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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby prasun77 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:22 pm

JANCKER wrote:
prasun77 wrote:pochettino's work


IMO they should be doing better for the squad they got...


They are in the title race how much better do you want..
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby JANCKER » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:24 pm

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prasun77 wrote:pochettino's work


IMO they should be doing better for the squad they got...


They are in the title race how much better do you want..


Like being ahead of Leicester and not have some blowout moments against Klopp and some others for example?
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby MUTU » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:36 pm

Why is Juventus on just about everyone's list? It's not too long ago that they were relegated due to their management. Cheating, getting caught and punished is not what I consider being "well run".
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby Argeta » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:39 pm

1. Bayern
2. Arsenal
3. Dortmund
4. Juventus
5. Atlético Madrid

Barcelona shouldn't be on here.. Yes they might be winning alot but anyone can have a similar killer squad like Barcelona if they decided to go all in debt.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby JANCKER » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:51 pm

MUTU wrote:Why is Juventus on just about everyone's list? It's not too long ago that they were relegated due to their management. Cheating, getting caught and punished is not what I consider being "well run".


If you check the Calciopoli scandal to detail, they were only the biggest thieves amongst other thieves. Inter was deeply involved also but they never paid for it, on the contrary they profited from all that even if being maybe one of the guiltiest parties in all of it, which in book that tops Juve's thievery.
The year Juve was accused of thieving, they reached a CL final and the Italian NT won a WC with their players which means the quality was there despite cheating. Or there is cheating in the CL and WC as well?
They're well run... They're always making bargains and winning titles.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby #12 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:55 pm

They only won the WC because of the scandal...
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby MUTU » Sun Mar 13, 2016 5:56 pm

#12 wrote:They only won the WC because of the scandal...

And had Germany been awarded that handball penalty they may not even have made it to the final.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby JANCKER » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:00 pm

Juventus got played, opponents were ready to give away one of their legs just to see Juve down for once. IMO Inter and others are just sore thieves. Juve got back strong as it was before, isn't that being well run?
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby MUTU » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:02 pm

JANCKER wrote:Juventus got played, opponents were ready to give away one of their legs just to see Juve down for once. IMO Inter and others are just sore thieves. Juve got back strong as before, isn't that being well run?

Only because the other clubs got weaker. The traditional powerhouses like Inter and Milan are still picking up their teeth from the FFP blow to their operations.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby JANCKER » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:07 pm

The worst is that calciopoli continued after that scandal with Inter, there are incriminating registered phone calls between Inter president and the ref association but nobody paid for it.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby FCB general » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:16 pm

MUTU wrote:Only because the other clubs got weaker. The traditional powerhouses like Inter and Milan are still picking up their teeth from the FFP blow to their operations.

Yeah, but also their lack of youth products with focus on AC Milan which used to offer a lot of football legends to the world in the late 80's, entire 90's and 2000's.

Inter is a very special story when we take a look back in the last 2 decades and how much money they spent to become Italian champions, but completely failed and they only succeeded after Calciopoli. Real and Inter were the biggest spenders at that time. Then Abramovič joined them and then the rest of the crew from EPL.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby #12 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:21 pm

MUTU wrote:And had Germany been awarded that handball penalty they may not even have made it to the final.


We can start WAYYYY earlier... Australia, round of 16...?!
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby PunkCapitalist » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:21 pm

MUTU wrote:Why is Juventus on just about everyone's list? It's not too long ago that they were relegated due to their management. Cheating, getting caught and punished is not what I consider being "well run".

True, true, but they do make very very smart buys. The Pogba transfer was pretty epic and Dybala, Sandro, Mandzukic, Khedira, Vidal (back in the day). They also have a strong Italian core which is commendable.

The way they rebuilt after Calciopoli was also pretty outstanding.

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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby JANCKER » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:27 pm

Juve was damaged in 2000... and that thanks to the highly rated Collina, to whom DFB gifted a hair dryer once. :P
There are so many incriminating phone calls... Italy can't open that chapter again, it would be their end.
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Re: 5 most well run clubs in Europe

Postby FCB general » Sun Mar 13, 2016 6:34 pm

JANCKER wrote:Juve was damaged in 2000... and that thanks to the highly rated Collina, to whom DFB gifted a hair dryer once. :P
There are so many incriminating phone calls... Italy can't open that chapter again, it would be their end.

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What they manage to protect is Luciano Moggi. That guy is an absolute criminal and mobster. He got away too easily due to the statute of limitations or whatsoever.
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