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Archives: Juventus

Carlos Tevez’s Father Kidnapped, Held For Ransom And Released

Posted on by Peter Quinn

The father of Juventus striker Carlos Tevez was kidknapped, held for ransom and released after eight hours. Italian media were reporting that Tevez immediately left club training in order to return to his home country. But that news has since … Continue reading

Paul Pogba Renews Contract With Juventus, Say Italian Reports

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport, two of the three major Italian sports newspapers, are reporting that Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has agreed to a contract extension with the Seria A giants. What the media outlets disagree on is the length … Continue reading

Patrice Evra Leaves Manchester United For Serie A Giants Juventus

Posted on by Jord Willis

Manchester United full back Patrice Evra has secured a move to Italian giants Juventus, with United and Juventus both confirming the deal. Evra, 33, spent 8 years at Old Trafford, and signed a contract extension severals weeks ago, but with the … Continue reading

Real Madrid Striker Alvaro Morata Looks Set To Complete His Move To Juventus

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is poised to complete a move to the Italian champions, Juventus, either tomorrow or in the coming days. Reports this afternoon from the Spanish newspaper AS  are saying that the 21-year-old forward flew to Turin … Continue reading

Juventus Home, Away and Third Shirts for 2014/15 Season: Kit Review and [PHOTOS]

Posted on by Ben Weich

This week Italian giants Juventus released their home and away kits for the 2014/15 season. Nike, who have made Juventus kits since 2003, are teaming up with the Turin club for a final season, before the “keys” are handed over … Continue reading

Why Antonio Conte Should Take the Italy National Team Job

Posted on by Ben Rosener

With Juventus coach Antonio Conte’s departure from Juventus sending shockwaves around the soccer world, there is one silver-lining to be taken from the situation. Yes it will be a quick period of change for Juve, but considering the experience of … Continue reading

Massimiliano Allegri Appointed Juventus Boss

Posted on by Colin Wright
Massimiliano Allegri

Massimiliano Allegri’s tenure at AC Milan was abruptly ended in January with the Rossoneri languishing midtable.  Allegri had announced just two weeks prior to his sacking that he planned to step down at the end of the season. The 47 year-old … Continue reading

Antonio Conte’s Departure Could Signal The Start Of A Player Exodus At Juventus

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Juventus head coach Antonio Conte’s shock resignation on Tuesday has left the club’s supporters asking many questions. The most worrisome of the fans’ issues is whether the Italian giants are facing a demoralizing player exodus following the departure of their … Continue reading

Antonio Conte Departs Juventus By Mutual Consent, Says Club

Posted on by Peter Quinn
Juventus FC v S.S. Lazio - TIM Cup

Juventus Head Coach Antonio Conte has left the club by mutual consent, according to a statement issued by the club. Less than two months ago, Italian giants Juventus announced that Antonio Conte would be staying on for another season as … Continue reading

Patrice Evra Likely Heading to Juventus After Requesting Manchester United Departure

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

Despite signing a recent contract extension, Patrice Evra has requested to be able to leave Manchester United and is likely heading to Juventus in a deal for £2 million. Evra has been with United for the past eight seasons and … Continue reading

Paul Pogba Beginning To Find His Feet On The World Stage

Posted on by Matt Jones

Soccer is a sport punctured by “what ifs” and “if onlys”. Stories have been around for decades about teams that missed out on certain players, only to see them go and become superstars. For example, Diego Maradona nearly signed for … Continue reading

Daniel Osvaldo Reportedly Heading to Inter Milan On Loan From Southampton

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni

Southampton striker Daniel Osvaldo is a target of FC Internazionale, the Italian press reports. The 28-year-old striker played the last six months for FC Internazionale’s most hatred rivals and Serie A champions, FC Juventus. The Argentine born striker joined Southampton … Continue reading

Ciro Immobile is Dortmund’s Ideal Replacement for Robert Lewandowski

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
Ciro Immobile

Borussia Dortmund is looking to replace senior forward Robert Lewandowski, who will join Bundesliga’s rivals Bayern Munich this summer. The German giant’s likely number one target is Torino forward Ciro Immobile, the Serie A’s top scorer. The 21 year-old striker … Continue reading

How Juventus Starting XI Will Change for the European Comeback

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni

Roma’s heavy defeat against Catania last Sunday has given FC Juventus their 30th Serie A title and the 3rd straight under manager Antonio Conte. While the Serie A path has always been pretty easy for the Bianconeri in the last … Continue reading

Liverpool, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Other European Teams That Capitalized on Recent Transfer Windows

Posted on by Ben Rosener
Everton signs Gareth Barry

For a team to improve over the course of a few transfer windows, they often must bring in key players who greatly improve the team while also letting the right players leave in order to make way for upgrades. Tottenham … Continue reading

Why Serie A Needs The Azzurri To Be Successful

Posted on by Robert Hay

At first glance, all seems right in Serie A this season.  Traditional power Juventus is atop the league table with the scudetto seemingly in hand, a resurgent traditional power in A.S. Roma sits behind them, and in third is big-spender … Continue reading

Why Juventus Should Prioritise the Europa League?

Posted on by Alex Muller

Very often, European football teams treat the Europa League as an inconvenient afterthought. It’s a competition frequently used to give squad players and youngsters a run out, while a team’s stars put their feet up and relax ahead of more … Continue reading

Juventus’s 3 Biggest Challenges in Switching to a 4-3-3 Formation

Posted on by Ben Rosener

Juventus has run rampant through Serie A by employing a 3-5-2 formation that utilizes wing-backs. However, this formation has haunted the Italian giants in Europe as it failed to produce against Bayern Munich in last season’s quarterfinals. It was also … Continue reading