1. Juventus Ties Genoa 2-2: Giorgio Chiellini Falls Flat at Left Back

    Following a big win over Milan and a tortuously long international break, Juventus drew Chievo Verona 0-0 last week. The home side (Chievo) benefited from tight, hard working team that did not back down against the league leaders Juventus...

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  2. Juventus Disappoints Against Bologna, Catania. Why Conte They Win?

    Juventus started this "re-birth" season off in style, breaking in the new stadium with a 4-1 victory over Parma . This victory was followed by another victory, over manager Antonio Conte 's old team, Siena ...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about over 3 years ago 1,202 reads 14 comments

  3. Season Preview 2011: Juventus Restarts Again with a New Coach and a New Stadium

    It was deja vu all over again when Juventus announced the arrival of their new coach Antonio Conte. For the third time in as many years, they were beginning anew with a different coach...

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  4. Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and a Striker to Be Named Later: A Summer of Juventus

    The Calciopoli scandal—now celebrating its five year anniversary—rocked Italian football and thrust Juventus into perhaps the darkest period in the club’s history, starting with its demotion to Serie B...

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  5. Champions League Final 2012: Top 10 Dream Matchups We'd Love To See

    The 2011 Champions League final is finished, and Barcelona are kings of Europe. The Catalan side bested English stalwarts Manchester United, in spirited fashion. Pedro, Villa and Messi all helped to push Barcelona to a 3-1 victory...

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  6. Juventus Year in Review: Breaking Down the 2010-2011 Season for Juventus

    It's official, the old lady has sung. Juventus ' season is over. In a season that started with great change and promise, the team instead finished a disappointing seventh...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about over 3 years ago 1,591 reads 2 comments

  7. Andrea Pirlo to Juventus? Why a Move for the Milan Maestro May Be a Bad One

    The rumor wires (and some semi-reputable soccer websites) shot up this morning with news of a move to Juventus for Andrea Pirlo, A.C. Milan's veteran playmaker and star. Fellow Bleacher Reporter Tim Fontenault ( http://bleacherreport...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about over 3 years ago 3,404 reads 22 comments

  8. Juventus: Catania Comeback Dooms Champions League Chances...or Does It?

    I never believed the cliche that a two goal lead is the most dangerous lead to hold in soccer. Yes, there's the risk of complacency, but it is still a two goal lead...

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  9. Juventus: Third Win Is a Charm, and Now They Lay Six Points Out of Fourth Place

    Juventus has done it. They've won three games in a row for the first time in nineteen months. It started off with the team fighting out for a 2-1 win against Brescia , with Del Piero the hero...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about over 3 years ago 509 reads 2 comments

  10. US Men's National Team: 5 Things We Learned from Argentina and Paraguay

    The United States just finished off their second of two friendlies for the March international break. They tied Argentina 1-1 with a very solid result, although not necessarily an excellent performance...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about over 3 years ago 1,239 reads 15 comments

  11. Juventus Enters the Final Nine Games: Looking Forward Through the Season

    Champions League play begins again today, and as Juventus holds on for dear life in the current Champions League qualification race, I can't help but feel jealous...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about almost 4 years ago 467 reads 8 comments

  12. Juventus Struggles with Losses to Lecce, Bologna: Clash with Milan Lingers Ahead

    Thierry Henry is my friend. No, really, I met him on Sunday night. He was at the Knicks-Heat game in Miami (as was I), and though I saw many other celebrities, I specifically noticed him...

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  13. Prognosis: Champions League? With Derby D'Italia Victory Juventus Is In The Hunt

    There's an old expression saying that first impressions make everything. I, personally, tend to agree with said expression, but Alessandro Matri does not. In fact, he's recently devoted his life to proving it wrong...

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  14. Forza Matri: With Win Over Cagliari, Juventus Keeps Europa League Chase Alive

    I had a wonderful dream Saturday. I dreamed that Juventus had more than one effective striker, solid fullbacks and effective play on the wings...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about almost 4 years ago 422 reads 2 comments

  15. Juventus Loss to Udinese Brings On Visions of 2010

    Last year was tough for Juve fans. The year started off with some promise, as the 2009-2010 edition of Juventus had had a decent enough first half, beating Inter shortly before the break to open up the Scudetto race...

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  16. Juventus: Out Of The Coppa Italia, Now They Must Fight To Finish Fourth

    It was supposed to be the one. Juventus would finally get a trophy after this dark, dark period in the club's history. The Coppa Italia 2010-2011 belonged to La Vechia Signora. Or...

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  17. Juventus Loses to Parma, Loses Top Goal-Scorer, Gains Luca Toni

    Pop quiz! What do John Wilkes Booth and Felipe Melo have in common? Answer: They have both kicked people in the face. In Booth's case it was "Peanuts Burroughs" who was kicked in the face, right before Booth and his horse rode off from Ford's Theater...

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  18. Juventus in December: Wins Against Catania, Lazio Keep Title Hopes Alive

    The results earned during December serve as a perfect microcosm for Juve's entire season. The month started with an underachieving draw in the snow at Lech Poznan, eliminating Juve from the Europa League...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about almost 4 years ago 285 reads 1 comments

  19. Juventus-Fiorentina: Bad Luck, Bad Finishing Makes Juve Rue The Day

    Back in June, during the World Cup, Maicon scored a very unique goal against North Korea. You see, he attempted to play a cross to the other side of the field, but he didn't get the ball quite where he wanted, no, he got it somewhere better...

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  20. Waiting for the Man: Top 5 Targets for Juventus at the Striker Position

    Earlier this week ESPN Soccernet reported that Brazilian wunderkind Neymar was reportedly interested in a transfer to Juventus...

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  21. There Will Be Blood: Despite Injuries, Juventus Piles On The Wins

    Soccer (or Football, if you will) has its fair share of injuries, like any other sport, and, like in other sports, there are teams that will be ravaged with injuries, depleted of stars or even first team players...

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  22. Juventus Week in Review: Disappointment in Italy and Europe

    After three games played, Manchester City currently sits atop Group A of the Europa League, Lech Poznan comes in at second and Juve sits a lowly third, followed by FC Salzburg, who earned their first point on Thursday after tying Juventus 1-1...

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  23. Juventus at the International Break: A Progress Report

    Well, we've currently reached the second international break of the European season, this weekend has been jam packed with Euro 2012 qualifiers and friendlies between other non-European nations...

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  24. Manchester City vs. Juventus: Five Reasons Why It Could Be a Classic

    Thursday, September 30th. The City of Manchester Stadium.Manchester City vs. Juventus, on one side one of the greatest teams in Italian history, on the other, the 'ugly duckling' of ...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about 4 years ago 1,402 reads 2 comments

  25. Juventus-Udinese: Cautious Optimism

    What else can be said about the 2009-2010 Juventus season? It was a long, painful season, full of disappointments and defeats...

    David Tenenbaum Written by David Tenenbaum about over 4 years ago 343 reads 6 comments