1. Wolfsburg Star Edin Dzeko: Old Lady or New World Order?

    Bosnian striker Edin Džeko is set to be the biggest transfer story of the summer, which is quite some achievement given that World Cup winners David Villa and David Silva have already left Valencia in pursuit of club glory...

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  2. Juventus and Beppe Marotta: First Impressions Count

    Following their disastrous season in 2009/10, Juventus moved quickly to make the best possible moves in order to ensure their swift return to the elite of both Italian and European football...

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  3. Sebastian Giovinco and Juventus: What's the Problem?

    More column inches have been devoted to Sebastian Giovinco not playing for Juventus than in review his performances for Turin's Old Lady...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about over 4 years ago 1,091 reads 47 comments

  4. Felipe Melo: Mental Week and Mentally Weak, Juventus To "Finish Him"?

    Perhaps we all misunderstand Felipe Melo. Maybe the top quality defensive midfielder on show in the early games of this World Cup and during his impressive spell at Fiorentina is his true self...

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  5. New Juventus Coach Is NOT Luigi Del Neri

    On May 19 of this year Juventus appointed a new coach, but chances are, you don't know his name. Sure you recognise the face, the scarf, those trademark glasses, and more than a few ...

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  6. 2010 FIFA World Cup: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Italy's Early Exit

    Four years after that glorious Berlin night of summer 2006, Italy went to South Africa dreaming of a historic repeat. Unfortunately, they were were eliminated in shame last night...

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  7. Serie A Co-Ownership: Fear Of The Envelopes

    Not unique to Italy, Co-Ownership is a system whereby two clubs own the contract of a player jointly - each having a half share, although the player is only registered to play for one club...

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  8. FIFA 2010 World Cup: Gigi Buffon Out Injured, So What Now for Lippi's Italy?

    Make no mistake, Gianluigi Buffon's back injury is a huge blow to Italy's hopes of defending the World Cup. Arguably the best goalkeeper on the planet, Gigi is the one player Marcello Lippi can ill-afford to lose...

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  9. FIFA 2010 World Cup: Italy-Paraguay Player Ratings

    Too old, too slow, too many injuries, notoriously slow starters, the wrong squad choices, too dependent on the injured Andrea Pirlo...

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  10. Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, and Goalkeepers: The No. 1 Priority

    On Saturday night, as the whole world watched Robert Green become the latest England goalkeeper to fail at the highest level, one man more than most will have been able to sympathise ...

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  11. World Cup 2010 Predictions: Place Your Bets for Top Goal Scorer

    The World Cup kicks off in South Africa on Friday, and apart from the eventual winners, one other man will take home a golden trophy on July 11...

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  12. Real Madrid, Liverpool, Juventus: Three Giants Looking for Answers

    Real Madrid, Liverpool, Juventus . Three of European and world football's biggest, most prestigious names. For all three, the 2009/10 season ended in failure and, worse, forced them to watch their rivals garner unprecedented success...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about over 4 years ago 2,019 reads 32 comments

  13. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Lippi Names Italy Squad...The Champ Is Here!

    Late on Tuesday evening, as the deadline approached, Italy coach Marcello Lippi finally named the 23 players he has selected to defend the World Cup title won four short years ago...

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  14. Juventus Coach Gigi Delneri: On the Eighth Day, the Future Began

    Gigi Delneri has not been coach of Serie A giants Juventus long. He was officially unveiled on May 19, little over a week ago...

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  15. Remembering The Heysel Tragedy 25 Years On

    On May 29 1985, 59,00 people attended the European Cup Final at Heysel Stadium, Brussels which had previously hosted six European finals and was Belgium’s National Stadium since its inauguration in 1930...

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  16. Inter Milan in Champions League Triumph, But Is It the End of an Era?

    A new era began last night, and it was a resounding triumph. UEFA's decision to move its showpiece event, the European Cup Final, to Saturday night was a huge success, and the match ...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about over 4 years ago 485 reads 2 comments

  17. Bayern Munich-Inter Milan Champions League Final: Look Out, Here Comes Trebles!

    Bayern Munchen and Internazionale both wrapped up their domestic league and cup doubles this past weekend in what has undoubtedly been a season of such triumphs across Europe...

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  18. Juventus Season Review (Part I) Player Ratings In Black and White

    This has been a season most fans of Juventus will want to forget quickly. The early season promise quickly faded, Ciro Ferrara and Alberto Zaccheroni both failed horrifically to restore ...

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  19. Juventus New Era: Agnelli Brings Marotta In, Del Neri To Follow

    In direct contradiction to the statement made by club President Riccardo Garrone, it seems the Sampdoria Supermarket is indeed open for business, with Juventus quickly becoming the most loyal of customers...

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  20. Milan-Juventus: Player Ratings In Black and White

    Juventus at San Siro. A heavyweight clash between two giants of European football. Yet tonight it was merely 3rd v 7th with absolutely nothing on the line. The 3-0 defeat hands them the unwanted title of the worst team in the club's history...

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  21. Juventus Coaching Search: How To Solve a Problem Like Diego (and Giovinco)

    It seems following the Juventus board meeting on Monday, all parties involved have finally admitted defeat in the quest to bring current Liverpool coach Rafael Benitez to the club for next season...

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  22. Juventus-Parma: Ratings in Black and White

    Juventus went into this final home game needing points to catch Napoli in sixth place and avoid the preliminary rounds of next seasons Europa League...

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  23. Coppa Italia: First Part of Treble Or the Birth of Roman Empire?

    Inter and Roma meet tonight in Rome's Olympic Stadium to contest the Italian Cup Final, but it easy to see why so much more is at stake. Jose Mourinho's side stand on the verge of a historic treble...

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  24. Juventus and Rafael Benitez: Maybe Not Such a Disastrous Decision?

    Over the past few weeks, speculation has been rife around the football world that current Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez is to walk away from Anfield after six years and head straight into the hot-seat at ailing Italian giants Juventus...

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  25. Catania-Juventus: Player Ratings in Black and White

    Juventus needed all three points here to keep alive the faintest hope of Champions League football for next season. It wasn't to be as Catania deservedly earned the point that ensures their Serie A survival...

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