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Hats Off To Del Neri; Juventus Have Finally Banished The Memories Of Ferrara & Zaccheroni

November 14, 2010

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Kris Voakes believes that the Bianconeri’s performance in the draw against Roma shows that the club is getting back on the right track. This time last year Juventus were just about to fall apart. From a position at the top of table, they soon nosedived so rapidly and so dramatically that the confidence of their […]

The Juventus Spirit Has Returned & So Has Felipe Melo The Halloween Monster

November 2, 2010

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Carlo Garganese believes he saw the return of a united Juventus at San Siro on Saturday night. But one man above all else stood out… Don’t go trick-or-treating around any old ladies houses this Halloween dressed as a devil because you will return home empty-handed. And certainly don’t go trick-or-treating at Felipe Melo’s door unless […]

Five Ways Juventus Can Beat Milan

October 28, 2010

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As the Rossoneri and Bianconeri resume their rivalry, Carlo Garganese offers five ways Juventus can beat Milan…. 1) Attack Full-BacksBoth teams are extremely weak in the full back areas, and although the loss of Milos Krasic through suspension is a huge blow weaker widemen than the likes of Simone Pepe and Jorge Martinez have penetrated […]

Why choose Ciro?

October 23, 2010

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Ciro Ferrara is the surprise new Under-21 Coach, but Susy Campanale wonders if this isn’t just more of the same failed policy After the 2006 Calciopoli scandal, the FIGC decided to make a clean sweep and bring in new faces. They were, in a nutshell, total failures. Roberto Donadoni was given the boot following the Euro 2008 […]

Calcio Debate: Liverpool ‘Flop’ Alberto Aquilani Is Reborn As Juventus Revival Continues

October 19, 2010

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Juventus continue to improve under Gigi Del Neri, as Alberto Aquilani shows Liverpool what fools they were for letting him go… On the weekend where the crisis of England’s most successful club went from bad to worse with yet another defeat to Everton in the Merseyside Derby, a result that sees Liverpool floundering in the […]

Juventus Are Improving, 5 Things We Learned From The Derby d’Italia

October 5, 2010

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1) Juventus are improving Juventus may not boast a title-winning team or squad this season, but there have been clear signs of major improvement. The Old Lady held both Manchester City and Inter to deserved away draws in the space of four days, and seem to be really working as a team once again. The […]

Five Ways Juventus Can Beat Inter

October 2, 2010

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Inter may be hot favourites to win the Derby d’Italia on Sunday night, but Carlo Garganese offers five ways Juventus can beat the Nerazzurri…  1) Give The Ball To Milos Krasic To Attack Christian Chivu Christian Chivu is not the exceptional defender he used to be, and has increasingly become a liability for Inter over […]