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Tag Archives: Diego

10 Players to Watch in the 2013-14 Bundesliga Season

Posted on by Jad
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The 2013-14 Bundesliga season has already kicked off, and there are 10 months of intrigue ahead of us. Here are 10 players to watch in the 2013/14 Bundesliga season: 1. Thiago Alcantara Having been signed by Bayern Munich for £21.6million, … Continue reading

Serie A Preview – The Resurrection of Juventus

Posted on by Robert

Mention the 2009-2010 season to Juventus’ 170 million fans and they will shake their head in disgust.  Italy’s most successful and beloved soccer team was a shell of itself, missing out on a European tournament spot due to poor play … Continue reading

Juventus beats Shamrock Rovers 1-0 in return leg

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Juventus have passed their first test, they’ve qualified for the next round of the Europa League defeating Shamrock Rovers 2-0 away from home and 1-0 in the return leg at home. Now Juventus will play a play-off against Austrian side … Continue reading

Amauri scores double against Shamrock Rovers

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

While Juve’s main concern this season isn’t the Europa league, the European competition is helping Delneri build his team. So now that Juventus has played and won their first competitive match against Shamrock Rovers in Europa League qualification, Delneri will … Continue reading

Juventus defeat Lyon 2-1 in friendly

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Juventus have been preparing for their Europa League qualifier which will be played against Shamrock Rovers with friendlies against Hamburg (0-0) and Lyon (2-1 for Juventus). Juventus will play the Irish club over two legs, and the team with the … Continue reading

Juventus ready to sell

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Juventus had a disappointing 2009/10 season, last summer they signed Diego and Felipe Melo in hopes of ending Inter’s title run, but the two failed to deliver the scudetto. Now Juventus is beginning to change, with Andrea Agnelli as the … Continue reading

Juventus Finish Dismal Season With 3-0 Defeat To Milan

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Juventus finished their abysmal campaign with another humiliating defeat as they were brushed aside by a rampant Milan side 3-0 at the San Siro. The hosts did not do anything extraordinary but rather the visiting Bianconeri once again were deflated … Continue reading

Juventus: New Coach But Same Old Results

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New Coach Alberto Zaccheroni saw his first game in charge end in an unflattering 1-1 draw with Lazio. Just like in previous games, the Bianconeri conceded late in the match. Against Roma (in Serie A) and Inter (in Coppa Italia), … Continue reading

The Errors of Juve’s Management

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There has been widespread criticism of the Bianconeri board and its directors yet there are some obvious aspects which have been overlooked by the reporters and fans alike. The Juve management has actually erred in allowing Pavel Nedved to retire, … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 4

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For those who spent Saturday and Sunday away from the television and internet, or were too busy watching the Manchester Derby, here are some lessons we have learned (or in some cases relearned) from this past weekend’s Serie A action: … Continue reading

Serie A Game to Watch: Lazio v. Juventus

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The Serie A Game to Watch this week features the only matchup of two teams in the top four in the standings.  Although it is only the third week of the season (sorry Sampdoria fans), both Lazio and Juventus are … Continue reading

Interview with Raphael Honigstein

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Following a busy season, Raphael Honigstein of The Guardian and Footbo was kind enough to talk with me and address a few questions I had about the end of the season and the start to the silly season. Which player(s) … Continue reading

The Silly Season (€54.5 million! What Recession)

Posted on by Double Pivot

Armin Veh was announced as Wolfsburg’s new manager after their title celebrations. The ex-Stuttgart manager will now try and replicate his 2008 Champions League form. It should be easier with the imminent loss of Dzeko and Misimovic. Mario Gomez became … Continue reading

The Set: UEFA Cup Final

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For us fans of German football it was a sad night, but for us football fans, it wasn’t. The Ukraine won their first European title with a team that earned it’s victory. And they were an attractive team to watch … Continue reading

Bremen and HSV Prove Why the UEFA Cup is Better to Watch than UCL

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While yesterday’s antics by Chelsea and the drama in dying minutes get all the coverage, today’s semi-final matchup between Werder Bremen and Hamburg provided significantly more bang for the buck, and a real game to boot. And while there were … Continue reading

The Bundesliga Rumor Mill

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It has been an interesting week in rumors. First the managers! Hoffenheim will say goodbye to Ralf Rangnick because he wants to spend money this summer. They will then say hello to Jurgen Klinsmann, who is the epitome of frugality. … Continue reading

The Bundesliga Rumor Mill

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Here is this week’s round up of transfer rumors. Of course the big news has been about Klinsmann’s replacement. Wenger is probably off the table after Rummenigge’s pleasant comments about the Arsenal manager, but the list of manager’s linked is … Continue reading

Werder and Hamburg Both Win 3-1

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Werder Bremen went a long way to securing a spot in the semi-finals of the UEFA Cup with a 3-1 victory over Udinese tonight. Two brilliant goals by Diego and a third by Pizarro were enough to see off the … Continue reading