Category Archive: Serie A

Afterthoughts: The 2012-13 Season – The Home Front: Serie A and Coppa Italia

The human mind and soul are indeed two strange and wondrous things… For example: One year removed from the tear-provoking, chest pounding and overwhelmingly empowering ecstasy of witnessing the Old Lady finally take home her 30th Scudetto last May in Trieste, most Juventini (myself included) were closer to ”rather pleased” than “in borderline psychopathic overdrive” …

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Sampdoria 3-2 Juventus REVIEW: Day Off Mister Conte? Just This Once!

Juventus travelled to Sampdoria on Saturday for the final game of the 2012-13 season and bring an end to what had been a truly remarkable campaign. With the Genovese club already safe from relegation and the Scudetto sealed for the Bianconeri, there was very little to play for on either side… Most eyes were focused …

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[STTBS] Juventus News – Reservoir Dogs, Samp Match Moved, Scudetto Celebrations

This post was guest-blogged by Vittorio Pazzini. Follow him on Twitter (@vittoriopazzini) This is it, friends. Time to round up the gang for One Last Job. That’s if the Bianconeri can be persuaded to actually show up on the last day of the season, as many of them are probably still hung over from celebrating …

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Juventus 1-1 Cagliari REVIEW: Sardinians Show Up For Party But Leave Early

Juventus hosted Cagliari on Saturday afternoon in a game which kicked off with the Bianconeri having already secured their second consecutive Serie A title and the visitors comfortably safe in mid-table. Here’s Adam Digby and Aaron Giambattista with the round up of events from Turin. MATCH ANALYSIS      by Adam Digby Antonio Conte and his …

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Atalanta 0-1 Juventus REVIEW: Forget The Kitchen Sink, Throw The Toilet!!

Juventus, having sealed their 31st (yes that’s right, I said T-H-I-R-T-Y O-N-E, count ‘em and shove your asterix) Scudetto last weekend, they dragged their partied out and hungover selves to Bergamo for a match against relegation threatened Atalanta. Here’s what unfolded at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia. MATCH ANALYSIS      by Adam Digby The Bianconeri …

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Scouting Report: Atalanta – Serie A, Round 36

This post was guest-blogged by Matt Statto. Follow him on Twitter (@ilStatto) For the 31st time, Juventus are Serie A champions. The 1-0 victory against Palermo courtesy of an Arturo Vidal penalty proved enough for Juventus to see off the challenge of the Rosanero. Now the job is simply to see out the rest of …

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Atalanta vs. Juventus PREVIEW – The Hangover Part 3: Battling an Indifferent Atalanta

Just year ago, Atalanta showed up to party at the Juventus Stadium as the Bianconeri celebrated their 30th Scudetto. The Bergamo-based club had a great first season back in Serie A, under the direction of Stefano Colantuono. The Bianconeri had already sealed the title that day, but wanted to maintain their unbeaten streak. Colantuono admitted …

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Juventus 1-0 Palermo REVIEW: Procession Turns To Coronation On The Most Fitting Date

TThey kicked off needing just a point. A single point that would see Antonio Conte’s men named champions for the second straight year and the only thing standing in their way was a troubled Palermo side who themselves were desperate for points in order to avoid returning to Serie B for the first time since …

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Scouting Report: Palermo – Serie A, Round 35

This post was guest-blogged by Matt Statto. Follow him on Twitter (@ilStatto) The 5th of May is upon us, the day in which Juventus have the opportunity to retain their scudetto crown, a day in which Juventini worldwide hold so close to the heart after the Scudetto finale epics of the 2001/02 season (if you …

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Juventus vs. Palermo PREVIEW – Mimosas, Anyone?

Do you hear that? I’m not referring to the sounds of warm spring breezes, birds having just awoken from their winter hibernation, and the excessive sneezing from the pollen-saturated air. No, it’s May and that means only one thing for Juventini – the sound of CLAMOROSO – the summer market is ready to come back …

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Scouting Report: TORINO – Serie A, Round 34

This post was guest-blogged by Matt Statto. Follow him on Twitter (@ilStatto) On Sunday, the Derby della Mole rolls into town. Torino and Juventus go head to head, up against each other at the Stadio Olimpico di Torino. Of course, the Olimpico holds bad memories for Juventini. The stadium in which Juventus departed to after …

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Torino vs. Juventus PREVIEW – Almost there… Almost there…

You may have forgotten it between all the talk of Zlatan, Suarez, Sanchez et al. this week, but here’s a reminder: Juve still have games to play this season, involving actual players currently employed by the club. In light of the commanding lead the Old Lady has established in the league, the urgency is obviously …

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Juventus 1-0 Milan REVIEW: Impotent Devils Fall at Juventus Stadium

Milan needed to win this match. While unbeaten in calendar year 2013, the Rossoneri only sat 1 point ahead of 4th-placed Fiorentina going into this match. Milan were no longer trying to meet Napoli in 2nd to avoid the Champion’s League preliminaries, but now attempting to preserve their status in the elite competition for the …

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Juventus vs. Milan PREVIEW – Devils Meet Zebras In Fight for Third

Juventus welcomes Milan to the Juventus Stadium this weekend in a clash between 1st and 3rd place in Serie A. At the beginning of the season, this was seen as a potential Scudetto showdown, but with only 6 games left in the season and a massive 15 points separating the two, it’s hardly the epic …

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