1. AC Milan and Vincenzo Montella Show the Bravery Juventus Need

    Massimiliano Allegri must hate the sight of San Siro . While the old stadium is undoubtedly one of the most prestigious venues in world football, it has provided the Juventus coach with some painful memories...

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  2. The Best XI to Represent Both AC Milan and Juventus

    The first eight rounds of the Serie A season have passed as many expected. As they continually have in recent years, Juventus once again sit top of the table, with the reigning ...

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  3. Gigi Buffon Is Superman Once Again for Juventus Against Lyon

    Asked about criticism of his recent performances on Mediaset show Tiki Taka , Gigi Buffon offered a swift response...

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  4. Claudio Marchisio: The Return of Juventus' Unsung Hero

    Juventus ground out an unconvincing 2-1 victory over Udinese on Saturday, the Serie A champions falling behind at home against a team that had previously struggled to compete this season...

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  5. Paulo Dybala Returns to Form at the Perfect Time for Juventus

    Let's just get this out of the way: Juventus were terrible against Udinese on Saturday evening. Playing at home against a team that had not won a game since beating AC Milan ...

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  6. Juventus Midfielder Hernanes Thriving Despite Fan Apathy

    Discussions of Juventus ’ subpar performances this season generally return to one overarching solution: the return of Claudio Marchisio. Poor passing? Marchisio is missing. No creativity? Marchisio will fix it...

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  7. Zibi Boniek Should Be a Juventus Legend...but He Isn't

    When Zbigniew Boniek arrived at Juventus in 1982, his new team-mates included six members of the Italy side that had won that summer’s FIFA World Cup, plus the French maestro Michel Platini ...

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  8. Juventus' Moise Kean: The Youth-Team Star Ready for First-Team Action

    “Moise Kean is the name to watch in 2017, and I’m not just saying that because I’m his agent,” Mino Raiola told the Corriere dello Sport (h/t Football Italia ) last week...

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  9. Alex Sandro vs. Patrice Evra? Juventus' Left-Back Slot Should Be No-Contest

    This summer saw Juventus sign a number of players whose value was already fully evident. Gonzalo Higuain is a proven goalscorer, Miralem Pjanic has spent the past few seasons ...

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  10. Dybala and Higuain Look to Emulate Juventus' Legendary Strike Partnerships

    Paulo Dybala enjoyed a sensational first season at Juventus , adapting quickly after his move from Palermo in June 2015 and coping with the pressure that comes with playing for one of European football’s biggest clubs...

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  11. Alvaro Morata: Born at (Real) Madrid, Made by Juventus

    After the events of the past 18 months, Alvaro Morata needs no introduction. During that time, he has scored important goals at the UEFA European Championship, as well as the finals of both the UEFA Champions League and the Coppa Italia...

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  12. Daniele Rugani Learning At Juventus Or Stalling His Career?

    "Our strong point is the defence,” Beppe Marotta told Radio Anch’io Sport (h/t Football Italia ) on Monday, with the Juventus director general under no illusions about the quality of the back line he has assembled in Turin...

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  13. Gonzalo Higuain Showing Why Juventus Smashed Their Transfer Record to Sign Him

    Having struggled in their last Serie A outing against Palermo a week ago, the first half of Sunday’s visit to Empoli appeared to be heading much the same way...

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  14. Around J Gives Visiting Fans the True Juventus Experience

    For many supporters, watching their team play at Juventus Stadium is the ambition of a lifetime, and one small band of fans is working hard to enrich that experience and make a visit to Turin, Italy, truly unforgettable...

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  15. Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain Finally Click, and It's Huge for Juventus

    Having laboured in recent weeks, Tuesday night saw Juventus rediscover their cutting edge in attack, running out comfortable 4-0 winners away to Dinamo Zagreb in their second UEFA Champions League group game...

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  16. Remembering the Sheer Brilliance of Marcello Lippi's Juventus

    Italy has been creating and revering beauty for centuries, whether through grandiose art and architecture or expressing it with something as simple as a perfectly tailored suit...

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  17. Alex Sandro and Dani Alves: Juventus' Deadly Brazilian Duo

    Just as they have in each of the two previous seasons, Juventus have got off to a slow start in 2016/17...

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  18. The Strange Legend of Simone Padoin at Juventus

    As at most matches, the announcement of the visiting team’s starting XI is almost always roundly booed or whistled at Juventus Stadium...

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  19. Analysing Paulo Dybala's Difficult Start to the 2016/17 Season

    Having lost 2-1 to Inter Milan  on Sunday, the midweek round of Serie A action provided Juventus with an early opportunity to bounce back as Cagliari visited Turin...

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  20. Miralem Pjanic Is Being Wasted by Juventus Boss Massimiliano Allegri

    Having already registered one disappointing result in midweek—a 0-0 UEFA Champions League draw with Sevilla — Juventus travelled to San Siro hoping to rebound with a positive display against Inter Milan ...

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  21. Juventus Prepare for Latest Instalment of Derby d'Italia with Inter Milan

    The Serie A calendar has not been particularly kind to Juventus in the early part of 2015/16, already pitting them against three of last season’s top eight...

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  22. Juventus May Yet Benefit from Domenico Berardi's Decision to Stay at Sassuolo

    Ripping Gonzalo Higuain and Miralem Pjanic away from Napoli and AS Roma , respectively, Juventus seemingly dismantled all their nearest challengers in a ruthless summer transfer window...

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  23. Juventus Are Giants in Italy but Must Stop Shrinking on Champions League Stage

    Juventus began their UEFA Champions League campaign on Wednesday evening, taking on a familiar opponent in Sevilla , who were paired with the Turin giants in the group stage last term...

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  24. Paulo Dybala Adding to Juventus Legacy of Zinedine Zidane and Andrea Pirlo

    There is little doubt that Paul Pogba quitting on Juventus affected those he left behind in Turin, a squad of players working toward a common goal but seemingly blindsided by the Frenchman's decision to return to Manchester United ...

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  25. Juventus Beat Sassuolo as New-Look Midfield Thrives Without Paul Pogba

    This week saw the Italian champions celebrate the anniversary of their current home, September 11 marking five years since Juventus Stadium hosted its first official league fixture against Parma ...

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