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Old Lady seeks improvement

Juventus Aug 4, 2014
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 Posted by Mina Rzouki
1 day ago

Allegri starts to turn those who doubted him at Juventus

Carlos Tevez celebrates finding the net against Udinese in Juventus' 2-0 win on Saturday.

It was a potential banana skin against a side that always provides a challenge but Juventus defeated Udinese on Sunday with ease and sent a signal to fellow competitors that they are still the team to beat.

Managing a 2-0 score-line, the Bianconeri ought to have scored more but their intensity, intelligence and the innate understanding of their positions made it easy for them to defeat the tactician who was once the architect of their very first home defeat in Serie A.

Andrea Stramaccioni, eager...

 Posted by Mina Rzouki
2 days ago

Juventus face tough test in Andrea Stramaccioni's Udinese

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses his top matchups from around Europe and how they will affect their respective leagues.

They were undefeated, they seemed invincible, Juventus were the untouchables. That is, until, in November 2012, Andrea Stramaccioni's Inter came to town.

Deploying a trident up front, the Nerazzurri came from behind in remarkable fashion to punish the Bianconeri's laissez-faire approach to the game and destroy Juve's "invincible" reputation. They left Turin with a 3-1 win and Strama became the first coach to introduce the bitter taste of defeat to the Bianconeri fans.

In charge of Udinese now, Strama...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
5 days ago

#UltimateUCL Champions League vote: Round of 16

The ESPN FC crew decide on their favorite winner of the UEFA Champions League.

The search for the best team of the Champions League era continues with the round of 16, which sees the six teams that won play-in games join the top 10 seeds.

Voting is open until 9 a.m. ET on Thursday, and the eight winners will advance to the quarterfinals, which begin later that day.

UPDATE: Voting has closed -- thanks for taking part!

Concurrent votes are taking place across the ESPN FC network, and the results will be collated into the final totals, along with those from the polls below, to...

 Posted by Mina Rzouki
Sep 7, 2014

Why did Juventus sell Simone Zaza?

Antonio Conte debuts as Italy coach with a 2-0 win in a friendly match against the Netherlands.

It comes as no surprise that Juventus earn more in revenue than any other club in Italy thanks to their stadium, the years of continued success witnessed under Antonio Conte and management's diligent construction of the side. Yet the club still trails Europe's big boys and money is still tight, leaving the fans disappointed on occasion with the purchases or lack thereof made in the transfer market.

As a result, the development of youth talent is consistently looked upon as a way to generate...

 Posted by Mina Rzouki
Sep 3, 2014

Focus on youth is key for Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus

Kingsley Coman has been given a chance, and more new players will be at Juventus this season.

While certain sides are boasting about their summer market acquisitions, Juventus are proud they've managed to hold onto some of their top players. They should be, as many were worried the likes of Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba would be sold for the sake of improving the overall depth of the squad.

Instead Massimiliano Allegri has all his key men, while offering his side tactical flexibility and adding some depth too. Flexibility is the buzzword surrounding Allegri at present with many journalists...

 Posted by Mina Rzouki
Aug 30, 2014

Astute Juve easily handle Chievo

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri put the transfer speculation surrounding Arturo Vidal to rest, confirming the Chilean international will stay in Turin.

Picking up where they left off, Juventus were in excellent form for their first game of the season against a weak Chievo Verona side that barely provided the champions with a challenge. The only question on everyone's lips is how did Juve only manage a 1-0 scoreline?

- Report: Allgeri wins Juve opener vs. Chievo

Considering the absences and the fact that the squad and coach are recovering from the flu, Massimiliano Allegro thought it best to stick with the tried and tested 3-5-1-1 formation to...