[JFC] Straipsniai, interviu ir kt.

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11 Oct 2018, 10:53

Mėgstantiems gilesnius taktinius analizus, nutmegas paserviravo tekstą apie Allegri.
NutmegAssist wrote:One of Massimiliano Allegri’s biggest attributes is his tactical intelligence, there are many managers who have come into already successful teams and attempted to change things too quickly. Initially after taking over at Juventus he capitalised upon Antonio Conte’s winning mentality and successful tactics, he continued to use the 3-5-2 formation set by the latter but having the tactical awareness to introduce his methods and philosophy and switching to a 4-3-1-2 throughout the 2014/2015 season. Allegri also changed their style of play and started focusing more on dominating possession being more flexible and adaptable with their approach, and allowing the players greater freedom to express themselves. This was the same approach as the AC Milan team he took to the Serie A title in 2011. Previously Juventus had been more direct with the ball, a lot more aggressive with their pressing style and more rigid with their shape.
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19 Oct 2018, 11:51

Thread'as iš Buffono interviu apie sprendimą palikti Juvę.
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25 Oct 2018, 18:24

Apie Juvės buhalteriją. Aš, kaip ir pats SwissRamble, labiausiai laukiu skaičių po Ronaldo impact'o.
Tuo pačiu Agnelli per šiandien vykusį akcininkų susirinkimą:
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Ne apie eurus, bet įdomesnis interviu su Pjaničiumi.
Paolo Bandini wrote:Fahrudin Pjanic knew war was coming. As a footballer for FK Drina Zvornik in the Yugoslavian third division, he travelled around the country enough to see the social and political tensions that were building in the early 1990s. As the father of a newborn son, Miralem, his instinct was to get his family out before the worst happened.

Friends in Luxembourg put him in touch with a semi-professional club, Schifflange, who offered him a part-time contract and help finding a job to pay the bills. To take up that opportunity, however, Fahrudin would need Zvornik to release him and provide the paperwork required to travel.

Twice he went to speak with the club secretary and twice he came away empty-handed. Desperate, his wife Fatima went to try for herself, carrying their baby in her arms.

Miralem Pjanic was too young to know what was going on, but the story has become family lore. “My mother wanted us to leave, absolutely, but still the club said no,” he recalls. “Then I started to cry. It upset the secretary so much that finally they said, ‘OK, I’ll do it just for this little kid’."
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10 Dec 2018, 09:41

Thread'as su Ronaldo interviu.

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10 Dec 2018, 10:07

Man stojasi labai svarbus klausimas. Ronaldo neturi lygių savęs-prižiūrėjimo pasaulyje, tą atsako ir interviu (eat well, sleep well, train well). Nevalgo saldainių, negeria alko ir taip toliau.

O kai baigs karjerą, ar Ronaldo šoks ant burgerių, taip norėdamas atsigriebti už visus prarastus metus?
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10 Dec 2018, 10:11

Furis wrote:
10 Dec 2018, 10:07
O kai baigs karjerą, ar Ronaldo šoks ant burgerių, taip norėdamas atsigriebti už visus prarastus metus?
Šnios koksą, siūlys fanams į barzdą ir visiems kartos, kad buvo geriausias visų laikų žaidėjas.
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10 Dec 2018, 11:46

:sci-fi-beamup: :sci-fi-beamup: :sci-fi-beamup:
The players here are humble
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10 Dec 2018, 14:39

Phect wrote:
10 Dec 2018, 11:46
:sci-fi-beamup: :sci-fi-beamup: :sci-fi-beamup:
The players here are humble
Plačiau, prašyčiau.
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10 Dec 2018, 15:56

Zebras wrote:
10 Dec 2018, 14:39
Plačiau, prašyčiau.
Tiesiog yra grupelė žaidėjų (su Costa priešaky) kuriuos apibūdinant humble tikriausiai būtų paskutinis žodis, kurį rinkčiausi.

Dabar atsiverčiau tą visą threadą, tai gerbiamas prelegentas ir daugiau neblogų perliukų ten pažėręs yra :lol:
At Juventus we really feel like a team, unlike elsewhere where some players feel like they are better than others.
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11 Dec 2018, 10:08

Costa visai kuklus, sakyčiau. Kad durnas tai čia kitas klausimas.
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12 Dec 2018, 09:12

Man atrodo, kad kolegos tą humble įvertino sakraliausia prasme. Nerenkant iš teksto vyšnių, nesunku suprasti, kad Ronaldo kalbėjo apie stiprų team spiritą, kas yra tiesa ir tai, kad niekas nebičina, kai kiti gauna daugiau spotlight'o.
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26 Jan 2019, 14:32

Bernardeschi rašinys žaidėjų tribūnai.
When I was 16, I was closing in on making the senior team with Fiorentina. I was playing some of the best football of my life. But during a routine physical checkup the medical team found something was wrong. So, a few days later, I went to see the doctor with my mum. There were some tests. Some Xrays. And a few minutes later the doctor briefed us.

“Federico, it looks like there’s an issue.”

I thought, I’m 16. I’m in the best shape of my life. There’s no issue.

“You have an enlarged heart. We’re not sure how bad it is. It’s possible you won’t be able to continue your football career."
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