1. Serie A Team of Week 37: Buffon Blocks Napoli, El Shaarawy Surprises Torino

    Juventus' 3-1 home win over Napoli did their rivals Roma a favour by statistically guaranteeing the Giallorossi UEFA Champions League football in 2015-16 before their hotly anticipated derby game with Lazio...

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  2. Why Palermo Hotshot Paulo Dybala Is Taking a Huge Risk Going to Juventus

    It says a lot about football's  rapaciousness that Paulo Dybala 's current employers would rather not field their best player for fear that an injury might scupper a big transfer...

    Colin O'Brien Written by Colin O'Brien about 3 months ago 11,988 reads 36 comments

  3. Serie A Team of Week 36: Berardi Mauls Milan, Mertens Perfect for Napoli

    Juventus won the Derby d'Italia this weekend, continuing the festivities started by their Champions League final qualification by beating their bitter rivals Inter 2-1 at the San Siro...

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  4. Serie A Team of Week 35: Parma's Mirante Stops Napoli, Ilicic Fires Fiorentina

    Both Milan and Inter might be well off the pace set by Roma and Lazio in the league, but both came out on top at the weekend with the Rossoneri winning 2-1 at the San Siro while the Nerazzurri bagged a 1-2 away win in the Italian capital...

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  5. Why Adrien Rabiot Would Be a Dream Summer Transfer for Juventus

    Speaking to the press before Juventus ' clash with Real Madrid , Andrea Pirlo hinted at something obvious and inevitable, but something that Bianconeri fans would prefer not to think about...

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  6. Paul Pogba Return for Juventus Is Chance to Prove Champions League Credentials

    Paul Pogba is already one of football's most coveted young talents. He hasn't had many opportunities to impress on the biggest stage so far in his fledgling career, but that could all change soon...

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  7. Serie A Team of Week 34: Ilicic Inspires Viola, Padelli Keeps Empoli in Serie A

    Week 34 in Serie A saw Juventus secure yet another title—their fourth in a row—with a narrow win over Sampdoria in Genoa...

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  8. 5 Reasons Why Carlos Tevez Is Absolutely Vital to Juventus

    With a fourth consecutive Scudetto now in the bag, Juventus can focus their attention on the upcoming Champions League clashes with Real Madrid and start thinking about strengthening their squad in the summer...

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  9. Serie A Team of Week 32: Darmian Shocks Juventus, Toni Shines Against Sassuolo

    It was a weekend of upsets in Serie A as Juventus lost to Torino for the first time in 20 years and Fiorentina were torn apart by struggling Cagliari ...

    Colin O'Brien Written by Colin O'Brien about 4 months ago 1,370 reads 4 comments

  10. Comparing Keisuke Honda's 2014/15 Stats to His 2013/14 Numbers

    When Keisuke Honda signed for AC Milan at the end of 2013, the announcement was greeted with plenty of enthusiasm...

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  11. Serie A Team of Week 31: Bonucci and Tevez Stop Lazio, Dybala Drives Palermo

    Lazio stay ahead of city rivals Roma on goal difference despite losing to Juventus at the weekend. The Giallorossi stumbled to a lacklustre 1-1 draw at home to struggling Atalanta, and on current form, now look under threat from Napoli in fourth place..

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  12. Champions League: Why Monaco Goal Proves Juventus Still Need Arturo Vidal

    It hasn't been a vintage season for Arturo Vidal. Injury issues haven't been enough to keep him off the field—he's started 20 times in the league and come off the bench on four ...

    Colin O'Brien Written by Colin O'Brien about 5 months ago 1,926 reads 5 comments

  13. Serie A Team of Week 30: Denis Menaces Sassuolo, Florenzi Saves Roma

    Few would have predicted it at the start of the season, but thanks to an imperious home win over Empoli, Lazio leapfrogged Roma and landed in second place in the league...

    Colin O'Brien Written by Colin O'Brien about 5 months ago 1,249 reads 0 comments

  14. How Juventus Can Use Parma Loss to Sharpen Resolve in Champions League

    Juventus are first in Serie A with a goal difference of +42. Parma are at the other end of the table, with a goal difference of -30. It looked to be as straightforward a victory as the Bianconeri were ever going to have...

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  15. Why Paul Pogba Would Be Wise to Stay at Juventus Next Season

    The transfer window is not yet open and the frenzy surrounding Paul Pogba 's future has already become this summer's most tedious storyline...

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  16. 10 Star Names of Serie A Who Are Fading Away

    Sometimes, footballers mature like fine wines. Every year, the critics write some stars off as "too old," only to see them defy the ageing process and shine just as brightly...

    Colin O'Brien Written by Colin O'Brien about 5 months ago 6,428 reads 10 comments

  17. Calciopoli Still Haunts Juventus Nine Years Later

    Nine years on from the biggest scandal in Italian football history and the murk of Calciopoli still looms large over Juventus and Serie A...

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  18. Serie A Team of Week 28: De Rossi Rallies Roma, Menez Magic Sparks Milan

    Juventus extended their unbeaten home run with a 1-0 result over Genoa, while Roma finally returned to winning ways with a slim victory over Cesena away during Week 28 of Serie A...

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  19. AC Milan: Top Candidates to Replace Filippo Inzaghi

    Officially, Filippo Inzaghi still has the backing of Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani . Unofficially, however, it seems obvious that the writing is on the wall for the 41-year-old former striker...

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  20. Serie A Team of the Week 27: Sansone Stars for Sassuolo, Toni Shocks Napoli

    Sampdoria heaped more misery on Rudi Garcia's Roma with a surprising 0-2 win at the Olimpico on Monday night, while Juventus extended their lead at the top of the Serie A table thanks to a win away to Palermo...

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  21. How Long Can Andrea Pirlo Realistically Play on for Juventus?

    It's easy to look at a footballer in his mid-30s and write him off. But rather than focusing on  Andrea Pirlo 's longevity, any prediction on the midfielder's future should be based less on seniority and more on ability...

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  22. Serie A Team of Week 26: Lazio's Klose Sinks Fiorentina, Pogba Stuns Sassuolo

    Thanks to a Paul Pogba wonder-strike and another dull draw against Chievo Verona, Roma are now almost certainly out of the race for this year's Serie A title...

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  23. Juventus' Biggest Summer Transfer Window Priorities

    With an unprecedented fourth consecutive Scudetto all but won, it's been an impressive few years in the league for Juventus ...

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  24. Serie A Team of Week 25: Sampdoria Soar with Okaka, Anderson Inspires Lazio

    In a round where Juventus effectively ended Roma's Scudetto challenge and all but secured their fourth title in a row, there was plenty of action elsewhere in Italy as well...

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  25. Inter vs. Celtic: Mancini's Nerazzurri Show Signs of Promise in Europa League

    It wasn't Inter's finest hour. That they needed to labour to a 1-0 win at home to a side from the periphery of European football says a lot about how far the Nerazzurri still have ...

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