1. Just Say No: Why Rafa Benitez Shouldn't Be Coaching at Juventus Next Season

    Even before Ciro Ferrara was sacked and Alberto Zaccheroni was brought in on an interim basis, the Italian media was having a field day speculating who would be Juventus' long-term coach...

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  2. The Loss of Samba: Amauri Has Gone from Good Striker to Totally Useless

    The No. 11 jersey will always have a special place in the heart's of the Juventus faithful. For eight years in the recently finished decade, Pavel Nedved was the man to wear that jersey. He embodied everything you wanted a Juventus player to be...

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  3. Coppa Italia: Mario Balotelli's Last-Gasp Goal Sees Inter Dump Juventus

    Just five days ago, Juventus lost in the closing seconds against Roma. A poor effort from the back four in terms of defending and John Arne Riise was celebrating a winner in front of a dejected Stadio Olimpico crowd...

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  4. Juventus-Roma: John Arne Riise's Last-Minute Header Stuns 10-Man Juve

    When it's going bad, it's really going bad. Juventus not only looked to end one of the worst spells the club has ever seen against an in-form Roma squad, but also saw former manager Claudio ...

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  5. Juventus-Roma Preview: Claudio Ranieri Returns Amidst a Crisis In Turin

    It's hard to remember the last time Juventus was on a roll and racking up victories. Horrible form, terrible luck in terms of injuries, and anything you can thinking of has contributed to the downfall of the beloved Bianconeri...

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  6. Juventus Sign Antonio Candreva: A Low-Risk Move for a Club That Needs Him

    A few weeks ago, Juventus Sporting Director Alessio Secco stated that his team had no money to bring in January reinforcements to a squad that desperately needed a spark...

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  7. Giants Re-Sign Bengie Molina: Brian Sabean Reminds Us He's Brian Sabean

    It's funny how things work. Just five weeks ago Brian Sabean was saying that the likelihood of Bengie Molina coming back to the Giants was basically nonexistent...

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  8. Juventus In Crisis: It's Time For Alessio Secco To Pack Up and Get Out

    Juventus are an utter and complete mess. There is no other way to describe how this team has been for the majority of the season...

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  9. Juventus-AC MIlan: Ronaldinho Bags a Brace As the Juve Disaster Goes On

    Some thought the Juventus ship couldn't sink any further. They thought a few weeks off would do some good to allow the players to forget the disaster that had become their season. Those people were wrong...

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  10. Juventus-AC Milan: Five Questions for Biaconeri Success at The Olimpico

    They may have both won on Wednesday, but the vibes surrounding Juventus and AC Milan couldn't be any different. As Milan look to continue the form that saw them thrash Genoa 5-2, Juventus will ...

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  11. Juventus-Parma: Old Lady Record Ugly 2-1 Victory, Get First Win of 2010

    With the way Juventus ended 2009, there was nowhere to go but up. A disastrous December, to say the least, has left the club with no real idea what the future holds and rumors of a coaching change dominated the press during the winter break...

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  12. San Francisco Giants Team of the Decade: The Infielders

    Our friends across the pond call them the Noughties. Us Americans would probably choose the Aughts. Either way, with the clock striking 12 and the calendar switched over to Jan. 1, the first decade of the 2000s has come to a close...

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  13. Legends In Black and White: Juventus' Top 10 Players of the Noughties

    To say that this decade for Juventus has been a rollercoaster ride would be an understatement. From the highest of highs of to the lowest of lows in Italy's second division, this decade has been ...

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  14. San Francisco Giants 2009 Prospect Rankings: Who Cracks The Top 10?

    It had been a long time coming since the San Francisco Giants had a winning season. One of the best pitching staffs around overcame major deficiencies on offense, and for the first time since 2004, the Giants found themselves above the ...

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  15. Juventus-Catania: The Ship Keeps Sinking As Juve Are Shocked 2-1 at Home

    When it rains, it really does pour down on your head like never before. Facing Catania was supposed to right the Juventus ship that was sinking as fast as humanly possible...

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  16. Juventus in Crisis: The Blame Has to Be Put On Everybody, Not One Person

    "We are Juventus and must live up to this name." These were the words of Ciro Ferrara when he was introduced as the next manager of Juventus this summer...

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  17. Juventus-Bayern Munich: Juve Thumped 4-1, Crash Out of Champions League

    After a huge win like Juventus got this past weekend in the Derby d'Italia against Inter Milan, you often fear there will be a drop in performance...

    Danny Penza Written by Danny Penza about over 4 years ago 1,226 reads 36 comments

  18. Juventus-Bayern Munich: Five Questions If the Bianconeri Want To Advance

    With just 90 minutes left in the Champions League group stages, Juventus and Bayern Munich are separated by one small point...

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  19. Juventus-Inter: Claudio Marchisio's Winner Claims Derby, Keeps Title Hopes Alive

    When Juventus needed to win to keep their season alive, they did just that. The season was seemingly on the line with Inter traveling to Turin for the season's first edition of the Derby d'Italia...

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  20. Juventus-Inter Milan Preview: Five Keys for Juve To Stay in the Scudetto Chase

    The Derby d’Italia is always one of the biggest games in Europe. Both Juventus and Inter Milan seem to be at the top of the Serie A table no matter what point in the season it is...

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  21. Kicking Tires: Would Signing Jermaine Dye Really Be a Giant Improvement?

    The arbitration deadline has come and gone and now is the time for the rumors to start to fly even more than they were before. For some teams, adding a veteran pitcher to the rotation or bullpen is priority No...

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  22. Stuck In Reverse: Why Can't Juventus Get Any Kind Of Consistency Going?

    They're searching for answers right now in Turin. Just a week before the Scudetto showdown with rivals Inter, Juventus are again stumbling out of the blocks after an international break...

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  23. Juventus-Bordeaux: Juve Fail To Do Anything Right, Lose 2-0 In France

    With Juventus needing just a win against Bordeaux to advance to the Champions League knockout round, they might have laid their biggest egg of the entire season. When the two teams faced off in Turin two months ago, it was a night full of frustration...

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  24. Juventus-Bordeaux Preview: Five Questions for the Bianconeri in France

    It's pretty plain and simple for Juventus against Bordeaux in Champions League action on Wednesday—you win, you advance to the knockout stages...

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  25. Juventus-Udinese: Fabio Grosso's Goal Sees Juve Stay Five Points Behind Inter

    As we have seen over the course of the season, when Juventus came out of the international break, they look like a completely different team compared to the one that entered it...

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