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Old Lady needs to liven up

Juventus Oct 31, 2014

Horncastle: Title race wide open

Serie A Oct 31, 2014

Horncastle: Pelle takes his chance

Italy Oct 14, 2014
 By Mina Rzouki
1 day ago

Stephan Lichtsteiner is vital to Juventus' style of play

Stephan Lichtsteiner is an important cog in the Juventus machine.

International week is finally over, and while most are eagerly anticipating Juve's next game against Lazio, others enjoyed watching how certain players performed for their country.

Kingsley Coman played admirably for France at U-21 level and came on as a substitute to score the winner against an England side that had proved impressive prior to the defeat. Slowly developing, his talents are already appreciated in Turin, and one can only expect a bright future for the talented youngster.


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
3 days ago

Wenger tried to sign Pogba, Real Madrid open to Bale-De Gea swap

France midfielder Paul Pogba wants to make amends for their 1-1 draw with Albania by defeating Sweden in Marseille.

Now that the international break is upon us, the rumour mill is beginning to heat up! As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse. Here's today's batch of rumours and gossip.

Wenger wanted Pogba

Arsene Wenger opened up recently about his attempts to bring fellow Frenchman Paul Pogba to Arsenal when the attacking midfielder was leaving Manchester United.

In a report in The Mirror, Wenger said he tried to get him, but "it was complicated." Pogba left United on a free transfer to move to...

6 days ago

Football's finest rivals: Juventus vs. Roma 1980-84

ESPN FC assesses the greatest rivalries in football, focusing on the teams who, together, challenged at the very peak of the sport over a period of years. Just as now, Roma provided Juventus' main competition in the early '80s during a period in which two continental giants engaged in a bitter rivalry.


7. Liverpool-Everton 1984-89
6. Roma-Juventus 1980-84
5. Barcelona-Real 1958-60

4. To be revealed on Nov 15
3. To be revealed on Nov 15
2. To be revealed on Nov 16
1. To be revealed on Nov 16

The central power vs. the capital team

As a lifelong Roma fan, Francesco Totti is more aware than most footballers of the historical strands that drive his club, the issues that obsess the supporters....

 By Mina Rzouki
7 days ago

Rugani poised to become the next great Juventus defender

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri was full of praise for Carlos Tevez after the forward scored twice in the champions' 7-0 Serie A rout of Parma.

People often underestimate the value of an exceptional defence, rendering those who seek it, masters of negativity. The truth is, one can win without a brilliant offence but rarely can one experience success without the demonstration of excellence at the back.

Nowadays, Vincent Kompany is lauded as the best in the Premier League, Jeremy Mathieu is considered to be of Barcelona's level and David Luiz was sold for 50 million pounds. Not one of those players would have come within a mile of playing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Nov 12, 2014

Player of the Season: Who has been your club's best performer so far?

Cristiano Ronaldo and Manuel Neuer have started the season superbly for their sides this season -- but who else has shone in Europe?

With the season in full swing, who has shone in leagues across Europe? We asked our ESPN FC bloggers who has been their club's player of the season so far ...

- Premier League: 20 best players of the season so far

La Liga

Atletico Madrid: Koke

The 22-year-old has gone from strength to strength this season, showing why he is widely regarded as one of Europe's top talents, looking comfortable in a number of positions across the midfield. He has taken over dead-ball duty from skipper Gabi and the...

 By Mina Rzouki
Nov 9, 2014

Juventus impress in rout of Parma as Allegri gets comfortable in charge

Fernando Llorente showed more impressive form in front of goal as Juve humiliated Parma.

On Alessandro Del Piero's 40th birthday, Juventus rediscovered their efficiency against Parma, winning 7-0 at home to send a clear signal to their challengers. The last time the Old Lady managed such a score-line was 31 years ago, in 1983.

Deployed in a 4-3-2-1 formation, they played with Antonio Conte's intensity and Massimiliano Allegri's tactical intelligence, exploiting space, stretching the field and making the most of Parma's ineptitude at the back. The Gialloblu have never conceded more...