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Rugani a future star for Juve

Juventus Nov 13, 2014
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Old Lady needs to liven up

Juventus Oct 31, 2014
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Horncastle: Title race wide open

Serie A Oct 31, 2014
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21 hours ago

Can Juventus president Andrea Agnelli help save Serie A from itself?

Under Andrea Agnelli's presidency, Juventus have won Serie A in each of the last three seasons.

It is almost the first memory Andrea Agnelli has: It's the summer of 1982, Italy has just won the World Cup and the Agnelli family's soccer team, Juventus, is in preseason training at Villar Perosa, near the family's country estate.

Agnelli recalls: "We were at lunch and my father asked me 'Who do you want to sit next to?' I said Paolo Rossi, of course, the top scorer of the World Cup. I was 6 years old. And there my memories with Juventus started."

The Agnellis, often called the "Kennedys of Italy,"...

 By Mina Rzouki
1 day ago

Anxiety eases as Juventus' European road woes come to an end

Fernando Llorente helps Juventus get past Malmo as they look to advance to the round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.

At long last, Juventus managed an away win in Europe, defeating Malmo 2-0 to increase their chances of qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages.

The Bianconeri certainly don't like making things easy for themselves. Despite the beauty of their domestic game in which they rotate the ball with exceptional elegance, creating an abundance of opportunities on goal, in Europe, Juventus fans are regularly subjected to terrible performances. Ungraceful, erroneous and imprecise, it belies belief...

2 days ago

Paul Pogba is showcasing Ballon d'Or potential at Juventus

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri hailed the performance of Paul Pogba in Juventus' 3-0 victory over Lazio.

Miroslav Klose was taken aback.

Lazio's World Cup-winning striker left the pitch at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday night awestruck. He had been greatly impressed by one of his club's opponents, the Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.

Pogba is the only representative from Serie A to find his name on the shortlist for the Ballon d'Or, and Klose appreciated why the France international figured on the ballot papers. After playing with seven of the other 23 contenders either for Germany and/or Bayern Munich,...

 By Kevin Palmer
4 days ago

Champions League: English clubs reach last chance saloon

Liverpool travel to Bulgaria to take on a Ludogorets side who are in fine form at home this season.

As Manchester City and Liverpool prepare for a make-or-break week in the Champions League, here are five points to consider ahead of the action on Tuesday and Wednesday:

Man City enter last chance saloon

Manchester City appear to have developed a debilitating mental block as they continually fail to live up to their billing in the Champions League, with manager Manuel Pellegrini under increasing pressure to find a rapid solution to their European woes as he prepares for the daunting visit of Bayern...

 By Mina Rzouki
4 days ago

Pogba's performance has Juve purring as Old Lady batter Lazio

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri hailed the performance of Paul Pogba in Juventus' 3-0 victory over Lazio.

They were expected to suffer, but Juventus comprehensively defeated Lazio 3-0 on Saturday night to send a clear message to rivals Roma that the champions remain the best team in Italy.

Under Antonio Conte, we witnessed the emergence of a professional and determined Juve side who were both cynical and professional. Now under the tutelage of Massimiliano Allegri, we are witnessing an evolving side that is simply breathtaking to watch when in full flow. Impeccably intelligent, Juventus are not only...

 By Mina Rzouki
7 days ago

Lazio's master tactician Pioli sure to test Juventus

Juve's Massimiliano Allegri, right, will once again match wits against Lazio head coach Stefano Pioli, left.
Juve's Massimiliano Allegri, right, will once again match wits against Lazio head coach Stefano Pioli, left.

"I think Pioli's squad might put Allegri in difficulty," explained Corriere dello Sport writer Piero Torri. One is inclined to agree.

Torri is hardly the most objective journalist. A man who has consistently taken swipes at the Bianconeri, calling them 'arrogant' for their failure to realise how much they benefit from refereeing errors, he disagreed with Antonio Conte that the team he constructed in Turin was extraordinary. However, he is certainly made one accurate judgment and that is that Stefano...