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Juventus On The Right Track?

After a dismal run which included a series of disappointing performances and unacceptable results the Bianconeri management finally decided to replace the inexperienced Ciro Ferrara with Alberto Zaccheroni. It is unreasonable to question whether Zaccheroni could have won the title if he was coaching from the beginning of the season. However, he most likely would have achieved better […]

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Problems Persist After Juve Settle For Draw

Juventus were made to work for the one point in a clash against hosts Livorno. In Alberto Zaccheroni’s second match in charge, the Old Lady appeared toothless upfront and shaky at the back. The firing of Ciro Ferrara has not improved the performances while also not leading to a dramatic […]

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Juventus: New Coach But Same Old Results

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), the Old Lady lost both games after taking a 1-0 […]

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The Errors of Juve’s Management

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, in hiring Cirro Ferrara to lead the team and in […]

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Juve-Roma: Will Ranieri Have Last Laugh?

Juventus will take on Roma in Turin in perhaps one of the round’s biggest clashes and certainly only second behind the much-anticipated Milan derby. The Bianconeri have been struggling and the dismal run of results shows no sign of abating. Coach Ciro Ferrara has received much of the criticism but […]

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