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Tag Archives: Juventus

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

UEFA Champions League Matchday 2 U.S. TV Information

Posted on by Ed Perovic
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This week sees the return of UEFA Champions League action to an ESPN english-language channel as ESPN2 will present live coverage of Atletico Madrid v Juventus on Wednesday, October 1st. Here is a detailed rundown of where to watch all … 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

Serie A Matchday Five Preview – Genoa And Sampdoria Derby A Must Watch Match

Posted on by Lorenzo Bettoni
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If you love Serie A, you will enjoy the weekend of day 5, that will be split into three days. Saturday is time to play for the two most accredited Serie A contenders, Juventus and AS Roma. The choices of … Continue reading

What We Learned From Week 3 Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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AC Milan and Juventus FC clashed in a sold out Giuseppe Meazza stadium, in what has been the first real big match of this term. With two victories in a row, both teams were at the top of the league … 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

What We Learned From The Opening Round Of The Serie A

Posted on by Luca Lollini
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The new season of Serie A began with no surprises and a low amount of goals – only 19. It is a sign that all defences are still a work in progress. Both Juventus and Roma, the two favorites teams … Continue reading

Striker May Be Needed If Juventus Want To Be Legitimate Champions League Contender

Posted on by Ben Rosener
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Does Juventus need another attacker? Whether it be a new striker or an additional attacking-minded midfielder, is one needed? It’s early in the Serie A season, but coach Massimiliano Allegri has already shown that he will at the very least, … Continue reading

Preview To The 2014-15 Serie A Season

Posted on by Anthony Pepe
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The new Serie A season is kicking-off this weekend, as Chievo Verona host holding champions Juventus on Saturday (Noon ET). Will the Old Lady retain the title for a fourth consecutive time or will the ever-improving Roma snatch it away? Can Napoli … Continue reading

Manchester United’s Old Trafford Is No Longer the Dream Destination for Young Talent

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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After Manchester United wrapped up a nervy three points against the Premier League’s bottom club on Saturday, many people were quick to praise the display of 18-year-old, Adnan Januzaj. The young Belgian showed a rare combination of skill and poise … Continue reading

The Ten Commandments for a Successful International Friendly

Posted on by Robert Hay

I had the fortune of attending the DC United and Paris Saint-Germain friendly this past weekend, one which this site has covered fairly extensively due to the debut of Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the French side.  The game, as has been noted, was … Continue reading

Juventus throw away 2-0 lead & chance to fight for 4th

Posted on by Rami Soufi

In what has become a habit for Juventus, the Bianconeri dropped two points and settled for a draw with Catania. Juve could not defend a 2-0 lead over the visitors who have yet to register their first away win of … Continue reading

Serie A’s best signings: Ibrahimovic, Cavani & Krasic

Posted on by Rami Soufi

The current Serie A season has seen a trio of clubs compete for the Scudetto with Milan ahead by a small margin over Inter and Napoli respectively. The Milan-Inter showdown, set after the international break, will determine to a large … Continue reading

Serie A clubs struggling in the Champions League

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Italy’s elite clubs are struggling in the Champions League and have struggled since 2000 despite two trophies won by Milan and one by Inter in the last decade. Italian clubs were the dominant force in the 1990s with Milan and … Continue reading

Will Juventus qualify for the Champions League?

Posted on by Rami Soufi

Juventus have struggled to find any consistency throughout another frustrating season which currently sees them sit in sixth place in Serie A with Lazio in fourth on 48 points, a full seven ahead of Juve. There is no point comparing … Continue reading

Buffon Called Up By Prandelli For Germany Friendly

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Cesare Prandelli has a big test coming up, when the Italian national team faces Germany in Dortmund on February 8th. His list of 23 called up players features some new faces, along with a few returning veterans. Yet the squad … Continue reading

Udinese Have No Fear Under Guidolin

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

When Francesco Guidolin left Parma to manage Udinese, I was disappointed. Guidolin had united a set of strong individuals, managing Parma all the way up to eighth in the table last season. Udinese finished 15th this past season, yet Guidolin … Continue reading