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Archives: Juventus

Top 3 Serie A Players Of Matchday 5

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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After Serie A matchday 5, Juventus and AS Roma are still watching everyone else from the top of the table, waiting for next week’s direct clash. Juventus won 3-0 in Bergamo against Atalanta, while AS Roma had to wait the … Continue reading

Juventus Manager Massimiliano Allegri Proving His Doubters Wrong

Posted on by Julian Delicata
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Massimiliano Allegri spent his last few months with Milan as a dead man walking with rumours circulating about his imminent sack hugging the headlines of Italian newspapers day after day. The results were simply not good enough. The once mighty … Continue reading

What We Learned From Week 5 Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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FC Juventus and AS Roma keep marching unstopped toward the big match of next Sunday at Juventus Stadium – five victories in five games for both team, which on Saturday defeated respectively Atalanta and Verona. The Giallorossi won against one … Continue reading

Champions League Re-Cap All The Winners And Losers From Day 1

Posted on by Cronan Yu
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Champions League football once again made a glorious return and it was last season’s victors, Real Madrid, who provided the biggest win of match day 1, defeating Basel 5-1. Elsewhere, Liverpool made a triumphant return to Europe’s premier club competition … Continue reading

UEFA Champions League Preview: Examining The Top 11 Contenders For The Title

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Europe’s club competition is back on our screens this week, as 32 teams go in search of UEFA Champions League glory. So on the cusp of the showpiece, lets take a closer look at some of the main contenders for … Continue reading

What We Learned From Week 2 Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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Twenty eight goals, many confirmations and one, big surprise – this is the second week of Serie A. Once again the two favourites teams in the Scudetto race, Roma and Juventus, both played on Saturday due to their upcoming Champions League … Continue reading

Here Are This Weekend’s Must See Games

Posted on by Robert Hay
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It’s over; the international break is finally over. We get teased by the start of league play only to have to put our excitement on hold for the week while the national teams potentially injure our favorite players. Starting this … Continue reading

Andrea Pirlo To Continue Playing International Soccer

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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In a summer which has seen the international retirements of Frank Lampard, Xavi Hernandez, Xabi Alonso and Franck Ribery; Italian great Andrea Pirlo has announced that he will continue on with the Italian national team for another year. The 35-year-old … Continue reading

Serie A day 1 – Are AC Milan Back?

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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The most important talking point of Serie A’s day 1 was the AC Milan comeback. The Rossoneri, leaded by club’s legend Filippo Inzaghi at his debut on the bench, won for 3-1 at home against Lazio. The Rossoneri side deserved … Continue reading

What We Learned From The Opening Round Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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The new season of Serie A began with no surprises and a low amount of goals – only 19. It is a sign that all defences are still a work in progress. Both Juventus and Roma, the two favorites teams … Continue reading

Striker May Be Needed If Juventus Want To Be Legitimate Champions League Contender

Posted on by Ben Rosener
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Does Juventus need another attacker? Whether it be a new striker or an additional attacking-minded midfielder, is one needed? It’s early in the Serie A season, but coach Massimiliano Allegri has already shown that he will at the very least, … Continue reading

Radamel Falcao Transfer Turns Into A Tale Of Twists And Turns

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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What was initially reported as another big-name signing by Real Madrid has turned into a compelling drama with more twists and turns than a daytime soap opera. Speculation of Radamel Falcao’s imminent transfer began to circulate following news of a meeting taking … Continue reading

Arturo Vidal To Stay At Juventus, Says Massimiliano Allegri

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Speaking ahead of his team’s Serie A opener against Chievo, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has responded to the latest rumors surrounding Chilean midfielder, Arturo Vidal. “He’s [Vidal] a fundamental player for Juve and he will stay with us,” Allegri said … Continue reading

Preview To The 2014-15 Serie A Season

Posted on by Anthony Pepe
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The new Serie A season is kicking-off this weekend, as Chievo Verona host holding champions Juventus on Saturday (Noon ET). Will the Old Lady retain the title for a fourth consecutive time or will the ever-improving Roma snatch it away? Can Napoli … Continue reading

Juventus Demand £39m Plus Players From Manchester United For Arturo Vidal, Says Report

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The speculation surrounding Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal refuses to die. With just over a week remaining before the summer transfer window closes, the expectation is the Chile international’s name will continue to circulate around the rumor mill. The Italian champions … Continue reading

Serie A Preview: Juventus is Still the Team to Beat

Posted on by Robert Hay
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As the trophy was hoisted and the players celebrated a third consecutive scudetto, you could forgive Juventus fans from feeling a little giddy.  With one of the best coaches in Italy, an ownership group that seemed interested in boosting the … Continue reading

Juventus Executive Puts a Stop To Any Arturo Vidal Transfer Speculation

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Speculation over the past few weeks was that Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal had left the door open for a possible move from Italian champions Juventus. The player had been linked with moves to Manchester United and Real Madrid in recent … Continue reading

Juventus Fever Grips Sydney, But A-League All Stars Push Bianconeri Close

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Sport is part of the fabric of Sydney, Australia, something that’s perhaps best illustrated by the multi-purpose ANZ Stadium—where five different sports are played—that was bristling with excitement as Juventus tackled the A-League All Stars this weekend. Indeed, even in … Continue reading