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Palermo 0 -3 Juventus

November 30, 2015

Palermo 0 – 3 Juventus Entering this game with a semblance of form and confidence after despatching Man City mid-week and our recent results – if not our performances – improving domestically Allegri decided to stick with the 3-5-2 swapping only the wide men. In came Evra and Cuadrado for Lichsteiner and Sandro. Setting themselves […]

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Is Conte’s 3-5-2 right for Italy???

April 1, 2015

I remember Conte as a player. A heartbeat of the side, who would give his all for every second of every match. He was not just determined, he was a berserker, who truly seemed to live and die by the shared cause of our success and failure. Never the most technically gifted, his game was […]

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Juventus 1-1 Sampdoria 14.12.2014

December 15, 2014

The 1-1 draw at home to Sampdoria was a testament to the timeless adage ‘a game of two halves’. So complete was our control during the first period, so intense our attacking waves and with our opponents penned into heir own half, often with ten men behind the ball; I was expecting an avalanche of […]

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Juventus Youth Update 4/11/2014

November 5, 2014

Out of his depth? Grosso’s primavera lads finally stopped the rot over the weekend with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Carpi. Which ended a largely uninspiring sequence of results beginning with the 1-0 defeat to Atletico in the UEFA League, followed up with a 0-2 home reverse tro Pro Vercelli. The 1-1 draw away to […]

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Juventus primavera open championship with 1-4 victory over Varese

September 9, 2014

TIM Primavera Champsionship. 29.8.14 HT – 0-1 FT Varese 1- 4 Juventus Scorers – Donis (21′), Hromada (63′ pen), Udoh (93′), Kastanos(95′) 4-3-3 Audero Granatiero Varga Blanco Severin   Hromada(sakor 87′) Vitale Pellini Donis(Udoh 82′) Soumah Buenacasa (Kastanos 67′)   Soumah Yellow 1t. Straight red 2t for reckless challenge in the opponents box.       […]

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So many questions///

August 27, 2014

With the dawn of the new season almost within sight, much remains unresolved with our beloved Juve. Why are we apparently seeking additions to the front line? True enough, Morata is injured. The official site suggested 50 days as his time away from potential selection. recent updates report that he is aiming for the Udinese […]

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Juventus Youth Report August 2014

August 20, 2014

With the start of the season finally looming large on the horizon and most mercato noise focused on Vidal and our final list of potential recruits for the senior squad, I shall endeavour to provide an update on the major happenings for our blossoming youth sector. In no particularly logical order whatsoever, I will highlight […]

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Conte accepts Italy Manager role

August 15, 2014

It is pleasing to find a man with phenomenal talent at motivating a team, instilling in their own veins his own ferocious desire to win…now manager of the national side which has lacked a semblance of grinta since 2006. parallels aplenty with own beloved juve, and rightly so, given the often large contingent of juve […]

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Juventus sign Adnan Curovic

July 25, 2014

Juventus have picked up Adnan Curovic on loan for the season from Danish side Lyngby. The 16 year old has played 6 times for the Danish U16 side and appears, as can be seen in the video below, comfortable on the ball and a strong physical presence. Adnan is our second signing from Lyngby in […]

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Italy 2 – 1 England World Cup 2014

June 15, 2014

When I hear people talking of the best leagues in Europe I often find myself failing to understand why when it comes to the premiership, nobody seems to have any interest in the English national team. Of the so called ‘strongest leagues’ the German and Spanish top tiers provide their national outfits with a steady […]