Category Archive: Managers

Didier DESCHAMPS: “I Made a Mistake Leaving Juventus…”

Didier Deschamps, much like players like Zinedine Zidane, Edgar Davids, and David Trezeguet, is someone who always brings back fond memories for me. He represents the late 90s, a time where Juventus dominated Serie A and Europe and during which I followed Juventus with adolescent fervor, growing to love the team which I now dedicate …

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Marking Time: A Profile of Massimo CARRERA, the ‘Other’ Juventus Coach

Since we launched the site just over a year ago, we here at JuventiKnows have strived to bring you the very best in insight, opinion and information regarding the club we all hold so dear and would like to hope we have achieved just that over the last twelve months. However, with this season continuing …

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‘Juventus Primavera & Youth Sector’ Latest: A Great End to A Wonderful Year

The Settore Giovanile year came to an end last week, with the Primavera finally playing their postponed fixture against Sampdoria. In his final SGL piece of the year, resident Youth Sector expert Adam Digby wraps up all the action: the ‘Doria game, an insightful interview of coach Marco Baroni, as well as the Year in …

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Antonio Conte – The Player, The Manager, The Family Man, The Leader

Antonio Conte gave a long interview to Tuttosport this week-end, covering a variety of subjects. Contrary to their habit, the Turin-based newspaper decided to post the entire contents of it online. Some truly great insights into Conte the manager, the ex-player, the family man, the leader. Juventus have got themselves a great one folks! And …

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A Heart-to-Heart with Antonio Conte (Sky Sport)

The new stadium, his new adventure as Juventus coach after so many years as a player, his rapport with veterans Del Piero & Buffon, and the desire to become “Juve” again. Antonio Conte opens up to Sky Sport (via Tuttosport). A great read into the man of the dugout at Juventus Football Club, fully translated …

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VotD: Nike’s Inside Edge, Pre-season Training with Juventus

Nike Football has started a new marketing initiative dubbed “Inside Edge”, a video series where they interview players, coaches, and trainers regarding their club’s training techniques and philosophies.  According to Nike: Nike Football presents Inside Edge – pre-season with the world’s top clubs. Exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the pre-seasons of elite football clubs. Get a …

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Reinventing the Steel – Will Conte Bring Back Grinta & the Juve of Old?

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Artwork by sposato.al.nemico   When Antonio Conte was appointed coach at Juventus following yet another season of disappointment for the Old Lady, one word was repeated over and over again. Fans and media alike were convinced that even if Conte was not the most experienced of tacticians, he would at least reinstall into the team …

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Reinventing the Steel – Will Conte Bring Back Grinta & the Juve of Old?

Artwork by sposato.al.nemico   When Antonio Conte was appointed coach at Juventus following yet another season of disappointment for the Old Lady, one word was repeated over and over again. Fans and media alike were convinced that even if Conte was not the most experienced of tacticians, he would at least reinstall into the team …

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Changing Mentality: Conte Needs To Coach Winners

“For me, winning isn’t something that happens suddenly on the field when the whistle blows and the crowds roar. Winning is something that builds physically and mentally every day that you train and every night that you dream” – Emmitt Smith They left the field to rapturous applause having paid respect to their fans under …

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Antonio Conte: The Next “Great Italian Manager”

Note: This post was originally written on April 30th, 2009 Everyone loves former players going on to be coaches. Why? Because we can continue to follow our idols, they don’t die. Baggio just seems so distant to me, just a wonderful memory now. This, we can say, is then a preview to the wonderful career …

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Capello Sucks: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Calciopoli

This is kind of another reflection on Juventus history, but of a slightly different kind. Like all Juventini, two years ago I went from Nirvana to Hell in a matter of a month. In the greatest football moment I’ve ever witnessed, the Azzurri triumphed in Berlin, winning the first major silverware I’ve been around for. …

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