• Preview and Scouting: Juventus v Udinese
    » September 11, 2014

    Serie A's defending champions will be missing a whole host of first team players as they welcome Toto Di Natale's…


  • Preview and Scouting: Chievo Verona vs Juventus
    » August 29, 2014

    Serie A is back which means that the reigning three time Serie A champions are back. Juve have had a…


  • Scouting: Cagliari
    » May 17, 2014

    Final act of the season: Juventus parade against Cagliari before the great party at the Stadium and in the streets…


  • Scouting: Roma
    » May 10, 2014

    Roma will try to bounce back after the inexplicable loss against Catania that gifted Juventus of the title without even…


  • Scouting: Atalanta
    » May 4, 2014

    Lo Scudetto e’ nostro. We won. We did it, we outlasted a very good Roma side en route to the…


  • Juventus - Benfica Preview: All or Nothing in The Return Leg
    » April 30, 2014

    We’re here. This is it. After tomorrow’s game we will have a much better idea of what type team this…


  • Match Preview: Juventus vs Sassuolo
    » April 28, 2014

    By Hernan Busso and Enrico Passarella – Juventus will visit Sassuolo tomorrow in a match that can leave the team…


  • Preview: SL Benfica vs Juventus
    » April 23, 2014

    Spring has sprung and the latter stages of European competition are upon us. While the beginning of the week may…


  • Scouting: Juventus v Bologna
    » April 18, 2014

    Bologna, Sassuolo, Atalanta. If Juventus win these three matches, they will clinch Scudetto, regardless of Roma’s results and before the…

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    Match Review Serie A 45

    Post Match Review: Juventus 2-0 Udinese

    After a long week away from Juventus amidst the International break, The Old Lady again not only found victory, but did it with another clean sheet despite the absence of Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli in the defense. Ogbonna and Caceres are beginning to look like a worthy and very strong pair when called upon in the past two matches. Max Allegri ...

    On September 13, 2014 / By
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    Match Preview Serie A 109

    Preview and Scouting: Juventus v Udinese

    Serie A's defending champions will be missing a whole host of first team players as they welcome Toto Di Natale's Udinese to Juve Stadium. Arturo Vidal is set to miss the game and expected to be out of action for at least 10-15 days after he picked up a thigh injury whilst on international duty for Chile over the weekend. Andrea Barzagli and ...

    On September 11, 2014 / By
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    Week 1 – Chievo v Juventus Player Ratings

    You Voted, we counted – Here are the Ratings for Week 1 – 200 Votes Counted   Gianluigi Buffon A truly great reaction save late on from Lopez was an all too timely reminder of what a difference it makes to have this man in goal. 7.7 Martin Caceres Rose brilliantly to head the ball into the net, albeit off Biraghi. Hit ...

    On September 10, 2014 / By
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    5 Key Points from Chievo v Juventus

    The era of Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus has kick started brightly. Not conceding a goal and picking up three points is a good start to the new season.  We started really well away to Chievo Verona at the Bentegodi. Despite the fact that Allegri and our players were very cautious in the press conference about the Gialloblu being a tough opponent, we came out ...

    On September 10, 2014 / By
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    Features 11

    The Rise and Fall (again) of Sebastian Giovinco

    This time it was supposed to be different, It’s June 2012 and newly crowned Serie A champions Juventus announce that they have brought back Sebastian Giovinco from Parma, buying 50% of his contract for a reported €11 million. This time the Turin native was here to stay. With club legend Alex Del Piero having departed the previous month and his iconic no.10 ...

    On September 8, 2014 / By
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    Rating The Summer Acquisitions Of Juventus

    The following is a guest post from Arjun Pradeep – You can follow him here on Twitter   Arrivals Defense Patrice Evra Transfer fee:  €1.5 million plus an extra 0.4 m if we qualify for Champions League next season Yearly Wages: €3.5 million (reportedly) Grade: B- As a footballer, the former Monaco man has definitely regressed as a defender over a season or so. ...

    On September 4, 2014 / By
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    Match Review Serie A 206

    Post Match Review: Chievo 0-1 Juve

    After an excruciatingly long summer away from The Old Lady, Juventus and Massimiliano Allegri certainly did not fail to impress in Match Day 1 of the 14/15 season! From the first kick of the ball, Juve looked like a well-oiled machine with a staggering 72.4% of the possession after the first half-hour mark, something Allegri has been focusing on during preseason. Today ...

    On August 31, 2014 / By
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    Match Preview Serie A 222

    Preview and Scouting: Chievo Verona vs Juventus

    Serie A is back which means that the reigning three time Serie A champions are back. Juve have had a wild summer, and recently it seemed Juve may have a rough start to the season between injured players, suspended player(s) - it's just Giorgio Chiellini - and a bout of the flu that went around the team affecting both Fernando Llorente and ...

    On August 29, 2014 / By
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    Alvaro Morata and Juve’s Previous Five no.9s

    After being ‘expected to sign in the next 24-48 hours’ for what seemed like an eternity, on July 19th Alvaro Morata finally signed on the dotted line for La Vecchia Signora. The 21-year-old Spaniard was presented to the media holding aloft the no.9 jersey (with the truly horrible yellow-print-on-white combination). To honour our latest number 9 I decided to take a trip ...

    On August 29, 2014 / By
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    Juventus Drawn with Atletico Madrid in Group A: Thoughts On Our Draw

    After a year of arguing, excuses, and shame, Juventus finally have a mulligan on last year’s Champions League disaster. Former coach Antonio Conte has fled the Champions League for the allegedly greener pastures of the Italian national team’s bench, and Max Allegri has come to lead the Old Lady. Max will find himself in a manageable group for his first year in ...

    On August 28, 2014 / By