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Juve this season will most probably win their fourth Scudetto in succession. This season though it will be gifted as the chasing clubs cannot win more than once before suffering a setback. This season like last season two clubs started well it seemed that they could give Juventus a good run for the scudetto but both clubs faded away with Roma forgetting how to win as they have now drawn [...]

Read More February 24th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

2- 2 Draw away to Cesena. Vidal misses a penalty. Summary & Player Ratings CESENA-JUVENTUS 2-2 (1-2) CESENA (4-3-1-2): Leali 6; Perico 6.5 (60′ Nica 6), Lucchini 5, Krajnc 5.5, Renzetti 6.5; Giorgi 5.5, De Feudis 6, Zè Eduardo 6.5; Brienza 6.5; Djuric 7 (83′ Rodriguez sv), Defrel 6.5 Bench: Agliardi, Moncini, Gasperi, Carbonero, Magnusson, Bressan, Mudingayi, Volta, Succi Coach: Di Carlo JUVENTUS (4-3-1-2): Buffon 7; Lichtsteiner 5.5, Bonucci 5, [...]

Read More February 16th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

JUVENTUS-MILAN 3-1 (2-1) Juventus (4-3-1-2): Buffon 7, Padoin 6.5, Bonucci 7, Chiellini 6.5, Evra 6.5, Marchisio 7 (39′ st Ogbonna sv), Pirlo 6.5, Pogba 6.5, Vidal 6, Tevez 7.5 ( 90′ Llorente sv), Morata 7.5 Bench: Storari Rubinho Pepe Coman Barzagli De Ceglie Sturaro Pereyra). Coach Allegri. Milan (4-3-3): Diego Lopez 6.5, Zaccardo 5.5 (78′ Rami sv), Alex 6, Paletta 6, Antonelli 7, Poli 6 (61′ Bonaventura 5.5), Essien 5.5, [...]

Read More February 9th, 2015 1 likes 0 Comment

Even when Juventus draw they stay well ahead of the chasers. Juve ended with sharing the points with Udinese in a goalless game, it was not for trying but if anything Udinese had the better chances to win the game. Juve fail to move further away from Roma the chasing team. Juventus can have no complaints over their 0-0 draw with Udinese on Sunday, according to Coach Massimiliano Allegri. Juventus [...]

Read More February 1st, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

Juventus-Chievo 2-0 (0-0). Juventus (4-3-1-2): Buffon 6; Caceres 5,5, Chiellini 6,5, Bonucci 6, Evra 5 (28’st Padoin 6); Pereyra 6,5 (40’st Pepe sv), Vidal 5 (63′ Lichtsteiner 6,5), Marchisio 5,5; Pogba 8; Morata 5,5, Tevez 5,5 Bench: Storari, Paulinho, Ogbonna, Coman, Giovinco, Llorente, Barzagli, Marrone Coach: Allegri 6,5 . Chievo (4-4-1-1): Bizzarri 7; Frey 6 (43’ Biraghi 5,5), Gamberini 5,5, Dainelli 6, Zukanovic 6; Birsa 5,5, Cofie 5, Hetemaj 6, [...]

Read More January 26th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

6 – 1 during midwwek in Coppa Italia and 4- 0 on Sunday night in Serie A. Juve showed their superiority against a rather poor Hellas Verona. Two goals in the first seven minutes by Pogba and Tevez followed by another two in the second hald by Pereya and again Tevez. Good to see Pepe back albeit for the final 15 minutes. JUVENTUS-VERONA 4-0 (2-0) JUVENTUS (4-3-1-2): Buffon 6; Caceres [...]

Read More January 19th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

Juve make an easy night against Verona, after the 6-1 defeat in the Coppa Italia Juve only scored four against their guests. The scoring opened fast with two goals scored in the first 7 minutes, the opener came from Pogba great ball from Morata and Pogba did what Pogba does best take a long range from outside the area to the keepers far left post and that’s 1-0 after 3 [...]

Read More January 18th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

Even without kicking the ball Juve are the winter champions as Roma went to Palermo and shared the points in a 1-1 game so this has left Juventus 2 points clear with the game against Verona pending Juve could move five ahead. Yes Juve beat Verona earlier in the week in the Coppa Italia 6-1 but it was a weakened team, so Juve must put that game behind them. The [...]

Read More January 17th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

It was described as almost a training match. In the end Juve won 6 – 1 against Hellas Verona whom they meet in Serie A on Sunday evening. Good to see Pepe playing again. Juve will meet Parma in the next round on 28th January. Juventus-Verona 6-1 (3-0) Juventus (4-3-3): Storari; Lichtsteiner (81′ Mattiello), Bonucci, Ogbonna (38′ Chiellini), Padoin; Pereyra, Marchisio, Pogba; Pepe, Morata, Giovinco (62′Coman) Bench: Buffon, Rubinho, Romagna, [...]

Read More January 16th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment

Sebastian Giovinco’s time at Juventus could be coming to an end, with one of either Tottenham Hotspur, Fiorentina or Toronto FC being his likeliest destination. The ‘Atomic Ant’ has a contract with Juve until June 2015 but the club and player have yet to come to an agreement on an extension meaning a sale in January looks possible. There’s been long-standing interest in the player from a number of teams, [...]

Read More January 14th, 2015 0 like 0 Comment