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Discussion in 'Football' started by nt89, 19 May 2007.

  1. nt89


    14 February 2005
    L'Aquila (Italy)
    FC Juventus
    yes we are...
    after a season that was more like a nightmare...
    sorry capitan antonio, we had to win today.



    the best is yet to come...
  2. Juninho_GER

    Juninho_GER Ánimo Puerta!

    31 January 2007
    Borussia Dortmund
    Congratulations :)
  3. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    I'm going to turn this one into a sticky :mrgreen:.
  4. nt89


    14 February 2005
    L'Aquila (Italy)
    FC Juventus
    it deserves a sticky thread imo :P
  5. miguel.

    miguel. International

    29 March 2004
    SL Benfica
    Great news, Juventus are back to the place they belong to. :mrgreen:

    By the way, let us keep Miccoli! :D
  6. nt89


    14 February 2005
    L'Aquila (Italy)
    FC Juventus
    hola amigo, keep miccoli if you want, we have sebastian giovinco ^^
  7. lo zio

    lo zio International

    24 October 2005
    welcome back guys :applause: :applause:
    it was a looong year without u :)

    and a special mention to those great champions who sacrificed themselves by playing in a lower league (even if calling "lower" this serie b is really an insult) and carried on their shoulders la vecchia signora, bringin' her back in serie a. :applause: :applause: :applause: :applause:
    today is a romantic day for football :D

    and now it's napoli and genoa turn ;)
    can't wait for next season...... as nt89 says, the best is yet to come :D
  8. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Finally! Needed some real competition! :D
  9. PoRkO

    PoRkO Non-League

    4 January 2005
    finally! congratulations juve!
  10. SPiTFiRE

    SPiTFiRE Eusébio forever

    6 April 2004
    SL Benfica
    Congrathuylations, it will be interesting to see Juve in Serie A next season!
  11. tonikboy

    tonikboy Red Religion

    5 July 2005
    Moscow, Russia
    Manchester United
    Welcome back
  12. umarnino

    umarnino Non-League

    19 May 2007
    Do u want to get rid of Camronesi now?
  13. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    Welcome back Juve!!!!!! :applause: :applause: :applause:

    Serie A wasn't the same without them.

    Looking very much forward to next season in Italy and yes, like, lo zio, I hope to see Napoli and Genoa ultimately there as well. ;)
  14. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003
  15. curswine

    curswine Premiership

    3 May 2004
    Get Bari, Bologna and Brescia in there too, it really isn't the same without them also.
  16. Bule

    Bule Leoni Rossi

    20 March 2004
    Istanbul, Turkey
    Galatasaray SK
    Congratulations. Good to see Juventus again.

    Anyway, In next season, which stadium is Juventus gonna play? Torino or Delle Alpi?
  17. Cloud1863

    Cloud1863 Premiership

    10 December 2004
    Stoke City
    Have top admit Serie A has been a bit of a non-event this season. Will be good to see Juventus back and also a league that has teams without point deductions at the start of the season.
  18. Adonis

    Adonis Guest

    Welcome back lads!

    Can we have Buffon now? ;)
  19. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    Now Inter won't ever win a scudetto again.
  20. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan

    hahahaha:lmao: Coppa Italia... *ahem* i mean the Champions League will become a regular again.
  21. marukomu

    marukomu Ecchi otoko

    26 November 2005
    Okayama, Japan
    Man Utd, Stockport County
    this time... no cheating!
  22. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    I don't see Inter ever winning any major trophies again. They'll make the Supercoppa their priority now.
  23. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Cheating or not, Juve still were a strong team. Just by looking at the players they had and the coach in power, they were a tough team to breakdown.

    Credit to the loyal players who sacrificed a year in Serie B with Juve. Especially the international regulars such as Trezeguet, Buffon, Camoranesi, Zebina and Del Piero. Showed how much they supported the club. Nedved was wanted by top clubs such as Manchester United yet he decided to go to B and bring the side up.... will always remain as one of my favourite players.
    Last edited: 20 May 2007
  24. mad87mad

    mad87mad Legend!

    25 December 2006
    congrats guys !
    we will see how is juve without moggi oh i 4get he still there
    otherwise it will be great season next season
  25. lo zio

    lo zio International

    24 October 2005
    got to be honest. if i were a juve supporter, i would be very tired of theese "aggressions".
    Don't misunderstand me Marukomu, i'm not talking about u, u look like a nice person and i always like to read your posts :) (even when i disagree with u), but u know, it's almost 1 year that juve supporters are some sort of "natural targets" for jokes, aggressions and insults, and i think it's not fair at all.
    what happened to juve supporters could happen to any supporter (u just need to have a "Moggi" inside your club board).

    juve players, society (except moggi and giraudo, of course) and supporters paid the consequences OF OTHERS PEOPLE ACTIONS, they paid for others people faults. An entire society (management, coaches, players, suppoerters) carried on their shoulders others people responabilities, with a dignity, with a sense of honor that HAS TO BE REMARKED. They went through a hell (THEM, NOT MOGGI, NOT GIRAUDO) and they gave a new meaning to the "juventinity".

    What happened last year was not a cannavaro, zambrotta, nedved, del piero, lippi, elkann, agnelli, secco responsabitity.... they didn't know anything about moggi and giraudo dirty tricks.
    they just made their work, by playing football, coaching, "managing"... and then someone told them that all their achievements, all their victories had no meaning, coz they were "polluted" by 2 men's actions. Just think wich would have been your feelings, your disappointment, if u would have been a juve player, a juve supporter.

    so, now that they cleaned their image, now that they regained their honor, let's give them the credit and the respect they truly deserve. ;)

    Once again, Marukomu, i don't mean to talk to u in particular (;) )... i just "used" your post to say something that had to be said, imo. :)
  26. mad87mad

    mad87mad Legend!

    25 December 2006
    lo zio i understand what you are saying but did believe that juve
    is cleaned now the problem not in moggi or giraudo or agnelli family there are alot of moggi's there.. the problem bigger than this you know juve anyway i hope that we see clean nice football
  27. lo zio

    lo zio International

    24 October 2005
    of course mate, the world is full of "moggis", but not the italian football.... or at least not anymore.
    our "problem" wasn't just moggi. we had a lot of bad apples (Giraudo, mazzini, carraro, bergamo, pairetto, that secretary at figc... can't remember the name, and a couple.... well more than just a couple, of refs)... but now we kicked them asses out of italian football.

    i think now it's time to move on :)
  28. Aboutreika18

    Aboutreika18 Too Black, Too Strong

    5 September 2006
    Long time no see! :) Welcome back!!! :applause: Hope to see you lot in the Champions League soon. ;)
  29. juveboy

    juveboy Juve con te!

    3 January 2003
  30. pk9

    pk9 Did you Say BOOTS - Pk

    9 January 2004
    in the boots thread
    Lille, de oranje!
    The old lady returns forza juve!!

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