Archives: Juventus

Juventus: The Old Lady Is Finally Smiling Again

Posted on by David McBride

You couldn’t have scripted a better beginning of this new era in the already storied history of Juventus Football Club. An incredible new stadium, a new coach, new signings, and they all came together beautifully this past weekend for a … Continue reading

Where Juventus Failed to Capitalize in the Market Ahead of Serie A Season

Posted on by Rami Soufi

While many supporters and pundits will stress on the missed opportunities to sign a top class striker such as Sergio Aguero and Giuseppe Rossi, Juve’s weaknesses might surface in the lack of a quality backup for the full-backs and the … Continue reading

Previewing Serie A’s Opening Weekend: Another “New” Juventus

Posted on by David McBride

It is a new season, and once again we have a new look Juventus to capture our interest.  In what has become a summer ritual, the Turin giants have turned over much of their squad and hired a new coach.  … Continue reading

Is Juventus’s Search for a Left Winger a Symptom of a Bigger Problem?

Posted on by David McBride

Juventus has been very busy this summer, something we are all used to by now, but it seems their business is not yet concluded. Earlier this week club director Giuseppe Marotta revealed the Turin giants are looking to sign at … Continue reading

Mirko Vucinic Signs With Juventus In £13.1m Deal

Posted on by David McBride

Juventus announced today the signing of Montenegro international Mirko Vucinic, ending the clubs long search for an impact striker. The former Roma star will cost the Turin club 15 million euro, a significantly smaller fee than the club had been … Continue reading

The Romance and Cliche of Antonio Conte Becoming Juventus Manager

Posted on by David McBride

Whenever a club appoints a successful former player as manager, many in the media wonder why clubs the world over turn towards what appears to be nothing more than sentimentality in the selection process for perhaps its most important employee. … Continue reading

Juventus To Face Last-Placed Bari

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

This upcoming weekend gives Juventus a great chance to bounce back from their bad run of defeats. Having only taken one point in nine the past three matches in the Serie A, Juventus need to pick themselves up if they … Continue reading

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

It had been a long time that the Serie A wasn’t as interesting as it is now. The vacuum left by Inter’s downfall  was filled with a tempestuous AC Milan which is now beginning to slow down. Along with AC … Continue reading

Juventus Replace Quagliarella With Toni

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

After the sad news that Fabio Quagliarella will be out for the rest of the season, Juventus got a replacement in record time. It’s Luca Toni who will be replacing Quagliarella (out for 4-6 months with a torn cruciate knee … Continue reading

Moves To Expect This January Transfer Market

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

With a new year upon us, the January transfer window will be opening up soon. While normally we don’t see super-stars switch allegiances in this period, but 2011 could be different. The names of Klose, Toni, Gilardino, and Kaka have … Continue reading

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

1. Juventus in second after 2-1 win over Lazio A fantastic match between two sides which battled for the win. Juventus took the lead in the first minutes with Chiellini powering his way through a weak Lazio defence on a … Continue reading

The Revival of Borussia Dortmund

Posted on by Mark McAllister

Dortmund’s form this season has been exceptional. In the early autumn, many people thought that perhaps they would start to fade away by now, but they’ve in fact managed to do the complete opposite. Incredibly, they now find themselves 11 … Continue reading

Napoli In Second Place After Win Over Genoa

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

The Serie A is getting more and more exciting, especially after these recent results, and the matches which will be played this Sunday. Napoli got an important 1-0 win away against Genoa, Palermo came back to beat Parma 3-1 at … Continue reading

Rafael Benitez running out of time at Inter

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Lazio inflicted another defeat on Serie A champions Inter with coach Rafael Benitez’s position becoming weaker and weaker with every passing week. The victory against Parma in the previous round was by a big score raising hope the Nerazzurri will … Continue reading

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

This weekend in the Serie A, among the results there were plenty of 1-1 draws, a goalless draw, a couple of 3-1 wins, and then a 5-2! Yes, a 5-2 win took place in the Serie A this weekend, and … Continue reading

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

The Serie A continues with much of the same; Benitez loses his second game in a row, Krasic cuts through defenders like a hot knife through butter, and Ibrahimovic provides a fantastic goal for us all to enjoy. This slate … Continue reading

Cagliari And Genoa’s New Coaches Will Be Tested

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

In this preview of the upcoming Serie A matches, I’ll be looking at the interesting matches, and the two teams which recently got new coaches, Genoa and Cagliari. Regarding Italy’s game against Romania, I was unable to watch it, and … Continue reading