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Archives: Juventus

Top 3 Players Of Serie A Round 8

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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AS Roma were the big losers of the round, slipping a further three points behind Juventus after drawing 0-0 against Sampdoria. On the other hand, their direct title rivals won 2-0 at home, with Arturo Vidal and Fernando Llorente on … Continue reading

Paul Pogba Signs A New Contract Keeping Him With Juventus Until 2019

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Paul Pogba has signed a new contract with Juventus which will keep him with the Italian giants until June 2019. There had been speculation over the summer that the French midfielder had extended his contract with the club, but those … Continue reading

Time For Juventus To Make Their Mark In Europe Once Again

Posted on by Matt Jones
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The early concerns that accompanied Juventus’ start to the campaign were understandable following the departure of Antonio Conte.  Under the former boss, the Bianconeri had evolved into the most dominant side in Serie A, reflected emphatically by a trio of … Continue reading

Potential Arturo Vidal Sale Leaves Juventus With A Healthy Reinvestment Headache

Posted on by Ben Rosener
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Dating back to the summer transfer window, Arturo Vidal’s name has been mentioned more than most in transfer speculation columns. Juventus refused to sell the Chilean midfielder in the summer, but may follow a different line of thinking during the … Continue reading

Juventus Fed Up With Indiscretions And Could Be Ready To Sell Arturo Vidal

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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Last summer Juventus decided to keep hold of Arturo Vidal, despite rumors of a big-money offer from Manchester United. During last transfer market, Juventus Director General and Sport Department CEO, Giuseppe Marotta stood firm and claimed that the player never had … Continue reading

Top 3 Players Of Serie A Day 6

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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The polemic big match between Juventus and AS Roma was the most important clash of Serie A day six. Bianconeri took home a contentious three points, after two penalty kicks gave Massimiliano Allegri’s side and a thunderbolt strike from Leonardo … Continue reading

What We Learned From Week 6 Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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The main event of the sixth week of Serie A was the clash between Juventus and Roma, the only two sides with an open streak of five victories in the five opening games. The match did meet its lofty expectations, … Continue reading

Italian Football Federation President Calls For TV Replays After Juventus-Roma Clash

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Italian Football Federation President Carlo Tavecchio said he plans to request to FIFA the use of television replays for questionable calls following widespread scrutiny of officiating decisions during Sunday’s Serie A clash between league leaders, Juventus and AS Roma. The president also called for players … Continue reading

Serie A Matchday Six Preview

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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Serie A day six is the day of league leaders Juventus against AS Roma. The two major contenders for the Italian title are finally ready to battle face-to-face and provide us with more answers about who should be considered the … Continue reading

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