Seeing Serbia and Italy a lot of bianconeri fans have made a question: what would the national team do without Buffon, Chiellini, Bonucci, Barzagli, Andrea Pirlo, Marchisio, and a half Giovinco?
What would Italy in 2006 do without those Juventus players in field. What would the Italian national team without the provision and the contribution of Juve? It ‘s a question that comes from so many readers.
Fair question.The answer is difficult to give. Surely it would be a heavy loss because we do not want to assume given players to the national team will never be a burden but an honor. That said, however, should be the responsibility of the Federation to appreciate the bianconero contribution and the least when you put in a hypothetical judgment to ensure standards of fairness and equal treatment.
Unfortunately this does not seem to be guaranteed, and nowadays, seeing how well we achieve certain processes seem to prefer those who have almost all foreigners in the field, rather than those who have 6 | 11.Bizarre as a solution and weird to be recorded.
The question that many people do is: how will react federation if a future Juventus would behave in a manner directly proportional to the treatment received?
The answer is simple, perhaps the players offered would be much less than the other party gives (2) …
adapted by: Mike Prise