1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. As the BBC Breaks Down, What's the Future of the Juventus Defence?

    The strength of the current Juventus side is easy to see. Over the past five seasons—each ending with the Bianconeri being crowned champions of Italy—the reputation of their vaunted back line has continued to grow...

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  6. Celebrating Paulo Dybala on the Juventus Star's Birthday

    While currently out injured, the importance of Paulo Dybala to Juventus simply cannot be understated...

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  7. Remembering Alessandro Del Piero's Tumultuous International Career

    Alessandro Del Piero is often identified as the greatest player ever to pull on the famous black-and-white-striped shirt of Juventus , a living embodiment of the spirit and style of Turin’s grand Old Lady...

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  8. Alessandro Del Piero's Top 10 Goals for Juventus

    There is little doubting the fact that Alessandro Del Piero remains a beloved figure for Juventus supporters...

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  9. Juventus Supporters Will Never Stop Loving Alessandro Del Piero

    When looking back at the long and successful history of Juventus , it ought to be extremely difficult to identify the club’s greatest player...

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  10. Fringe Role or Starting Spot, Mario Mandzukic Must Consistently Deliver His Best

    In their last match before the November international break, Juventus travelled east to Verona to take on a Chievo side renowned for its defensive solidity at the cavernous Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi ...

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  11. Juventus vs. Chievo in 2001: The Start of Something Special in Serie A

    Sunday sees Chievo take on Juventus . The Flying Donkeys are now regulars in Serie A and have enjoyed a fine start to the 2016/17 season, with the Verona -based club occupying their now-customary spot in mid-table...

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  12. Juventus' Four-Man Defence Opens Up Attacking Options That Must Be Taken

    Seeing Juventus ease to victory over Serie A title-rivals Napoli should have been the start of a strong week for the Bianconeri , but a woefully negative UEFA Champions League outing darkened the mood...

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  13. Juventus' Negativity Once Again Proves Costly in Champions League

    Everything was there for the taking. As they prepared to take on Olympique Lyonnais on Wednesday night, Juventus knew a victory would secure their place in the knockout stages of this season’s UEFA Champions League...

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  14. Analysing Miralem Pjanic's First 4 Months with Juventus

    Let’s start at the beginning. Juventus fans were never under any illusions about Paul Pogba. The Frenchman may have been transformed from an under-utilised player in the ...

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  15. Gonzalo Higuain Decisive as Juventus Defeat Napoli Once Again

    As their team ventured north to Juventus Stadium on Saturday evening, fans of the southern club would have had two major fears...

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  16. Juventus vs. Napoli: The Fixture Where Diego Maradona Vanquished Michel Platini

    Saturday sees Napoli travel to Turin, looking to knock off Juventus in their own stadium. To do so would see Maurizio Sarri’s men not only establish their own title credentials ...

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  17. Juventus' Juan Cuadrado Continues to Thrive Away from Chelsea and Mourinho

    It must be something about Italy. All across the peninsula, Colombian stars are thriving, with Carlos Bacca perhaps the most prominent example of a player from the South American nation enjoying life in Serie A...

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  18. Andrea Barzagli: The Best €300,000 Juventus Ever Spent

    Since director general Giuseppe Marotta arrived at Juventus in May 2010, he has carved out a reputation as a smart operator capable of building hugely successful teams...

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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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