1. Commitment, Passion, Brilliance: The Reasons Pavel Nedved Is so Loved at Juve

    Whether it is because they are superstitious or merely doing so out of habit, matchday rituals become part of the buildup for football fans across the globe...

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  2. Reflecting on Gigi Buffon's Career as He Makes His 600th Juventus Appearance

    Gigi Buffon wouldn 't have envisioned it playing out that way, but his 600th appearance for Juventus ended in a loss...

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  3. 4 Christmas Wishes for Serie A Giants Juventus

    With Serie A on its traditional winter break, the players are taking some much-needed time off. There are no matches scheduled until January 7, meaning the Juventus squad have ...

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  4. AC Milan's Supercoppa Win over Juventus Highlights Problems for the Old Lady

    “We had chances; so did they, and it ended like this,” Gigi Buffon told JTV (h/t Football Italia ) on Friday evening. “Our 2016 doesn ’t end the way we wanted it to, but that’s the nature of the game...

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  5. Juventus vs. AC Milan: The Supercoppa Italiana Adds to Historic Serie A Rivalry

    The 2002/03 campaign was a special one for fans of Serie A. For the second consecutive season, Juventus won the league title, re-establishing themselves as the peninsula’s ...

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  6. Analysing Juventus' Progress at the Winter Break

    Looking at Juventus from afar, it would be easy to assume that the team will—pending their Supercoppa Italiana result against AC Milan on Friday—arrive at Italian football’s traditional winter break in good spirits...

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  7. Remembering Claudio Ranieri's Time at Juventus

    In the summer of 2006, Juventus ’ world was torn apart. Found guilty in the Calciopoli scandal, they were relegated to Serie B with an 18-point penalty and stripped of two league titles...

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  8. Daniele Rugani Isn't the Future of Juventus, He's Already a Vital Player

    AS Roma visited Juventus Stadium on Saturday evening, the teams arriving for a top-of-the-table clash with just four points separating them in the Serie A table and with important wins under their belts...

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  9. Remembering the Overlooked Brilliance of Juventus Legend Mauro Camoranesi

    When remembering the list of legends to have worn the famous black and white shirt of Juventus , many obvious names leap out...

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  10. Porto Draw a Favourable One for Juventus, Who Now Need to Show Their Inner Steel

    Since returning to the competition in 2012/13, the UEFA Champions League has been difficult for Juventus ...

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  11. Juventus Flaws Remain, but in Gonzalo Higuain They Have a Man Who Can Mask Them

    Having secured top spot in their UEFA Champions League group just a few days earlier, Juventus made the short journey across Turin to take on neighbours Torino in the latest edition of the Derby della Mole...

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  12. Juventus Legend Gigi Buffon Set to Go Head-to-Head with Torino's Joe Hart

    On Sunday, the Stadio Olimpico in Turin sees the latest instalment of the city's underappreciated derby clash...

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  13. Picking a Best Juventus XI Using Only 1 Player of Each Nationality

    Massimiliano Allegri has had a tough time at Juventus in recent months. The coach has seen numerous players miss lengthy amounts of time with injury, losing Andrea Barzagli ...

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  14. Juventus Top UCL Group, but Paulo Dybala Return Is Their Biggest Boost

    Despite being held scoreless in the first half, Juventus will have enjoyed their final Champions League outing of the calendar year...

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  15. Stephan Lichtsteiner Is Fighting for His Future at Juventus

    Over the previous five seasons, Stephan Lichtsteiner had proved himself to be among the most important and consistent members of the Juventus squad...

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  16. Juventus Deliver Timely Reminder of Serie A Superiority vs. Atalanta

    Having been picked apart by Genoa last time out, Juventus needed to provide a swift response as they welcomed an in-form Atalanta side to Turin on Saturday...

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  17. Remembering Edgar Davids' Importance to Juventus' European Dominance

    He looked nervous. After taking much longer than usual to get the ball to sit perfectly on the penalty spot, he waited for referee Manuel Diaz Vega to finish speaking with Juventus goalkeeper Angelo Peruzzi before finally beginning his run-up...

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  18. Juventus' Defensive Crisis Gives Daniele Rugani Chance To Shine

    Tuesday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (h/t Football Italia ) spoke of a crisis meeting at Juventus , with Italy’s leading sports newspaper believing ...

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  19. Why 4-3-3 May Be a Solution to Juventus' Current Problems

    There is no getting away from it, Juventus flopped badly this week. Losing 3-0 away to Genoa , the Bianconeri were outplayed, out-thought and outfought at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris, their opponents simply the better side over the 90-minute nightmare...

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  20. Juventus and Massimiliano Allegri Must Stop Sleepwalking Through 2016/17 Season

    As they prepared to face Genoa on Sunday, Juventus were unsurprisingly in good spirits, the Turin giants having secured their place in the knockout rounds of the UEFA Champions League just a few days earlier...

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  21. Remembering Juventus' 1996 Intercontinental Cup Triumph

    Overcoming injuries and poor performances, the current Juventus side can reflect on a superb result against Sevilla a few days ago...

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  22. Big-Game Leonardo Bonucci Leads Juventus Past Sevilla in Champions League

    Needing to beat Sevilla in order to regain top spot in their UEFA Champions League group, it was an injury-ravaged Juventus squad that travelled to Spain for Tuesday night’s meeting at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium...

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  23. Analysing Potential Replacements for Juventus Goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon

    Over recent weeks, the idea of Juventus needing to replace Gigi Buffon has become increasingly prominent—fuelled largely by the 38-year-old admitting he will likely retire following next season...

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  24. Juventus' Priorities Elsewhere as They Register Ugly Win vs. Pescara

    Juventus welcomed Pescara to Turin on Saturday night, recording a routine 3-0 triumph over one of Serie A’s worst teams...

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  25. AC Milan's Gianluigi Donnarumma to Juventus? He Couldn't, Could He?

    Over recent weeks, there has been an increasingly growing rumour that Juventus believe AC Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma is the ideal replacement for Gigi Buffon. The chatter is becoming impossible to ignore...

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