1. Juventus-Siena: Player Ratings In Black and White

    Juventus went into this game needing to make up ground on fourth place, and were in good form following victories over Fiorentina and Fulham...

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  2. Love United, Hate Glazer: Nice Scarf, Where's The Protest?

    At the end of Manchester United's demolition of AC Milan on Wednesday night, returning hero David Beckham left the field to a well deserved standing ovation...

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  3. Juventus-Fulham: Much Improved Bianconeri Await Cottagers

    When the draw was made for the next round of Europa League ties, Fulham had every right to be optimistic when seeing the name Juventus pulled out of the pot...

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  4. Claudio Marchisio, Sebastian Giovinco and Juventus: Alternative Endings?

    In the late summer of 2006 Juventus were a club in turmoil. Relegated to Serie B following the Calciopoli trials, the club lost its coach and a number of first team regulars...

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  5. Fiorentina-Juventus: Ratings In Black and White

    With points desperately needed in the pursuit of fourth place, Juve headed to Florence for a tough test against a Fiorentina side who have struggled in Serie A as much as the Turin outfit...

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  6. Juventus Coach Alberto Zaccheroni: A Month of Good Decisions

    As Alberto Zaccheroni completes his first month as Juventus coach, Juventus had seemingly broken out of the slumber which enveloped the club in the final weeks of Ciro Ferrara's reign...

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  7. Aaron Ramsey, Ryan Shawcross, a Broken Leg: Blame Arsene Wenger!

    Handshakes that didn't happen aside, two things from this weekends Premier League action have been unavoidable. First is the challenge that left Aaron Ramsey with a badly broken leg...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about over 4 years ago 3,594 reads 67 comments

  8. Juventus-Palermo: Player Ratings In Black and White

    Juventus went into this game undefeated under new coach Alberto Zaccheroni, but missing an astonishing number of players due to injury...

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  9. Bologna-Juventus: Player Ratings in Black and White

    Juventus went into this game knowing a win might be enough to see them edge back into fourth place, and in contention for the Champions League berth they so desperately need...

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  10. Chelsea-Inter Milan: Mourinho Needlessly Controversial? No, Just Genius at Work

    In the aftermath of Saturday evenings tempestuous 0-0 draw with Sampdoria and ahead of their eagerly awaited Champions League clash with his old club Chelsea, Jose Mourinho has called for a complete press blackout...

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  11. Juventus: Time For The Football To Matter Again

    Juventus have seemingly been in crisis from the minute they arrived back in Serie A following the 2006/07 season. Following their relegation as punishment for the Calciopoli scandal, the club attempted to rid itself of all connections to the past...

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  12. Juventus-Ajax: The Europa League? It's a Start

    Juventus travel to Amsterdam on Thursday evening for the first leg of their Europa League tie against Ajax. With the club in sixth place in Serie A, and only a point off the Champions League ...

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  13. UNC Basketball at 100: The 10 Best Players Ever

    The University of North Carolina is celebrating 100 years of basketball history this season, and this is the first of a series of articles reflecting on the great players, coaches and games during that time...

    Adam Digby Written by Adam Digby about over 4 years ago 21,164 reads 8 comments

  14. Juventus-Genoa: Ratings in Black and White

    It has been a while, but fans of Juventus finally had reason to be cheerful Sunday afternoon, as the Bianconeri won for the first time since Jan. 6, handing new coach Alberto Zaccheroni a vital three points...

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  15. Livorno-Juventus: Ratings in Black and White

    Juventus stumbled to yet another disappointing result tonight, being held to a 1-1 draw away to Serie strugglers Livorno. Alberto Zaccheroni implemented his favoured three-man defence, yet the numbers never seem to quite add up for the Bianconeri...

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  16. Juventus-Lazio: Ratings in Black and White

      The Alberto Zaccheroni era began in Turin this evening, as Juventus played host to Lazio. It seems the more things change, the more they stay the same as the Bianconeri struggled yet again...

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  17. Parma-Juventus: Ratings In Black and White

    In the first game after the Winter Break it was vital Juventus picked up a win here in Parma. The three points were all-important, everything else could take a back seat...

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  18. In Batistuta's Footsteps: Luca Toni Joins Roma

    Roma have this week announced the loan signing of Bayern Munchen's Luca Toni. The Italian had fallen out of favour with new coach Louis Van Gaal and been told to find himself a new club...

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  19. Heroes In Black and White: Roberto Bettega

    Having recently being re-appointed as a director of Juventus, now seems like an appropriate time to look back at the career of Bianconeri hero Roberto Bettega. Born in Turin in 1950, he became one of the club's all-time greats...

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  20. Juventus: Assessing the Project at the Winter Break

    So the Winter Break is upon us, and for anyone associated with Juventus, it couldn't come fast enough. The team and manager need some respite from the seemingly endless criticism raining down ...

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  21. Juventus-Catania: Ratings in Black and White

    The crisis deepens for Juventus as bottom club Catania earn their first away win of the year in Turin. Looking like conceding a goal every time the opposition attacked and creating very little ...

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  22. Juventus and Ciro Ferrara: A Simple Solution

    There is no denying facts. Juventus are in a horrendous run of form. An embarrassing 3-1 loss at Bari, following the humiliating 4-1 Champions League defeat against Bayern Munchen, leaves no place to hide...

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  23. Juventus-Bari: Ratings in Black and White

    Juventus were coming out of one of the strangest weeks in a long time. Sheer inconsistency seems to be the only consistent thing about the team at the moment, capable of beating rivals Inter, then humiliated 4-1 by Bayern Munchen...

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  24. Juventus-Inter: Ratings in Black and White

    Following two disastrous 2-0 defeats the pressure was on Juventus to deliver in the "Derby d'Italia." Lose here and they would be eight points adrift of Internazionale FC...

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  25. Italy's World Cup Group F: A Good Place to Start?

    Following Friday nights World Cup draw, Marcello Lippi and Italy will now spend the next six months awaiting games against Paraguay, New Zealand and Slovakia...

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