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Juventus 1-1 Roma: different systems but an evenly-balanced match

November 14, 2010

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JUVENTUS: 30 Storari; 43 Sorensen, 19 Bonucci, 3 Chilleini, 6 Grosso; 23 Pepe, 14 Aquilani, 4 Melo, 8 Marchisio; 18 Quagliarella, 9 Iaquinta. ROMA: 27 Sergio; 77 Cassetti, 29 Burdisso, 5 Mexes, 17 Riise; 23 Greco, 16 De Rossi, 30 Simplicio; 94 Menez; 10 Totti, 9 Vucinic. Usual diagrams back ASAP. A cracker from Vincenzo […]

Match Analysis: Juventus 1-1 Roma

November 14, 2010

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It took a controversial penalty decision for Roma to break through a weakened but organised Juventus. It was apt of Juventus to be playing at home and wearing their away shirt, such was how Roma’s visit transpired. Luigi Del Neri, shorn of half his first team, set the Bianconeri up in a regimented 4-4-2 with […]

Match Analysis: Milan 1-2 JUVENTUS

October 30, 2010

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Against the odds, Juventus secured a vital win at San Siro, defeating Milan with a second-string, makeshift side A poor start by the Bianconeri saw the defence initially struggle to deal with the movement and pace of Milan’s front-play, but despite looking likely to concede and just as unlikely to create – Jorge Martinez and […]

Talking Tactics: Marchisio Not Missing, Just Busy

October 5, 2010

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Of the current players most beloved by Juventus fans, Claudio Marchisio is among the most dearly regarded. A Turin native who professes to have stood on the Curva Scirea as a boy, he is the epitomical “one of us”. His rise to the first team was stunning, & the way he seized the opportunity thrust upon him […]

Match Analysis: Inter 0-0 Juventus

October 4, 2010

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A disappointing Derby d’Italia saw neither side do enough to deserve the three points, even though they were there for the taking The first 20 minutes belonged to Inter and their front selection of single striker Samuel Eto’o, supported by Wesley Sneijder through the middle and wingers Philippe Coutinho, on the left, and right-sided Jonathan […]