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[IAOTTOLS Podcast] S2E12 – Coppa, Schmoppa…

After a short but sharp discussion at the Juventiknows HQ, it was decided that just because the players seemingly were too partied out to deliver on Sunday, there was no reason why the JK crew shouldn’t set aside the Prosecco for a moment in order to (over)analyse that ill-fated match. Consequently, two days after that …

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A new era is in the starting blocks. Juve’s newest addition to the ever-growing phenomenon that is Juventus Stadium has a name: JUVENTUS MUSEUM, the club’s official museum located on the Eastern side of the stadium (and a mere stone’s throw away from the Area12 shopping centre) has had its official unveiling earlier this week. …

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PotDs & VotDs: CAMPIONI D’ITALIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

IN THE LOCKER ROOM: ON THE FIELD WITH THE FANS(and PIAZZA SAN CARLO in TURIN): ON THE PLANE: THE RETURN TO TURIN:

 

Mirko Vucinic: NOT Just A Bad Case of PMS

This post was guest-blogged by Devin Kalinin. Follow him on Twitter (@KalininDevin) Contributions (tables, graphical data, editing) by Marco Pantanella.   Every man in the world has been in a relationship with an annoying girl in a phase of their life (if not, then as 9gag.com would say, you are a forever-alone guy). When her …

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ReJUVEnated: 10 Key Reasons Why Juventus Have Changed

This post was guest-blogged by Nick Barbieri. Follow him on Twitter (@probablybarbs). Contributions by Marco Pantanella (editing, image research) and Mike DG (ReJUVEnate artwork).   Juventus fans have had it hard in the last few years. Calciopoli, at the time it erupted, was thought to have crippled the team beyond repair: champions departed, the team …

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Re-Earning JUVENTUS

This post was guest-blogged by Bassel Barakat. Follow him on Twitter (@JuventusLebanon).   After an instant comeback to Serie A in 2007, it was engraved in every faithful Bianconero mind that Juventus is too big to be destroyed by a “scandal”, or as we now prefer to name it, Farsopoli. Instant comeback to the top …

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In recent years, Juventus have signed a number of top teenagers to the youth squad to bolster the team. Players like Antonio Nocerino, Raffaele Palladino, and Domenico Criscito (all from the Napoli region) joined the Primavera at a relatively late age, to add to the homegrown products like Claudio Marchisio, Sebastian Giovinco, and Paolo De …