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Opinion: Juventus played good football on Sunday, it’s time to come together!




Juventus’ recent 3-3 draw against Atalanta has raised questions about the team’s ability to overcome their current 15 point deduction in the standings and qualify for the Champions League. However, despite the disappointment of the result, it is important to remember that there is still a long way to go in the season and Juventus has the potential to make a comeback.

One of the key factors that will determine whether Juventus can make a comeback is their style of play. In the match against Atalanta, Juventus showed that they have the ability to play an attacking and exciting brand of football. This attacking style of play will be crucial if Juventus hopes to overcome their current deficit and make it into the top four.


Another important factor that will play a role in Juventus’ success is stability. The team has already been through a lot of changes this season, and it would be unwise to make any more drastic changes at this point. This means that now is not the time to sack coach Allegri, as stability and continuity will be crucial in the final stretch of the season.

Of course, there is always the possibility that Juventus could bring in a new coach such as Zinedine Zidane, but it is important to remember that this would be a major change that could disrupt the team’s momentum. Unless Zidane is truly ready to take the job and can step in seamlessly, it would be best to stick with Allegri until the end of the season.

While the 3-3 draw against Atalanta was a disappointment, it is important to remember that there is still a long way to go in the season. If Juventus can continue to play the attacking brand of football they showed in the match and maintain stability, they have a good chance of overcoming their 15 point deduction and making it into the top four and qualify for the Champions league.

In conclusions, people need to relax, as GJustJuve would say, “it is what it is” and now isn’t the time to even consider sacking the manager, if Juventus play the way they played on Sunday, I believe they will finish inside the top four. I urge all Juventini to stop being cynical for the moment, come together and rally around Juventus, because if you have noticed online, if we don’t who else will?

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