Report: Juventus looking at Michele Di Gregorio as long-term replacement in goal
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by Danny Penza
1d ago
Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images Juventus, understandably, could be doing a little planning for the future. There are a lot of areas of Juventus’ roster that needs updating come the summer months this year, The midfield is an obvious one, but it appears that Cristiano Giuntoli and Giovanni Manna — the two men tasked with reshaping said roster — are planning on finding the next man to protect Juventus’ goal. And it just so happens one of the names picking up steam is somebody who spent his youth career likely rooting very hard against Juve. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport on Thursday ..read more
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The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 210: Can Juventus actually get a win in February?
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by Danny Penza
2d ago
Photo by Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images The month of February has seen Juventus’ Scudetto hopes come to an end — and then some — as they look to get their first win in four weeks and try to hang onto second place as they face another relegation battler at the Allianz Stadium. So, February has been bad. Very, very bad. Juventus, in this month of struggles galore, have collected all of two points in their last four games. That is ... not good. It’s not good at all! And that is coming from a team that a few short weeks ago that were considered true title contenders and were just a couple of points ..read more
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Assessing the Juventus panic meter and 3 things to do about it
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by Hunter_Sharpless
3d ago
Photo by Daniele Badolato - Juventus FC/Juventus FC via Getty Images Good January, bad February. Can Allegri’s men get back on track? Two points out of 12 is bad. Really bad, even, especially considering the competition — a who’s who of relegation battlers — and the context — a dramatic and irrevocable fall from title contention. What is arguably even worse is that Max Allegri’s Juventus appear to have gotten worse as these four games have progressed. The Old Lady did not deserve a point against Hellas Verona, and were it not for a penalty and a wonky goal from Adrien Rabiot she would’ve left ..read more
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Report: Juve target Teun Koopmeiners prefers staying in Serie A this summer
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by Danny Penza
3d ago
Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images The Dutch midfielder is likely to draw plenty of interest from big clubs all around Europe — and Atalanta know it. At this point, Juventus being interested in signing Atalanta midfielder Teun Koopmeiners this coming summer is no real surprise to anybody. The Italian press has already gone so far to say that the 25-year-old Dutchman has already been tapped as the Bianconeri’s top choice when it comes to summer targets — something that would certainly come with a big-time price tag. And staying in Italy may well be Koopmeiners’ preference, to ..read more
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Juventus Women captain Sara Gama set to retire from Italian national team
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by Danny Penza
4d ago
Photo by Simone Arveda/Getty Images The only captain the Bianconere have ever had will be closing an important chapter of her career later this week. After nearly two decades since her debut with the Italian women’s national team, Juventus Women captain Sara Gama has announced the current international break will be her last as a member of the Azzurre. In a lengthy post on social media Monday, the 34-year-old Gama said that this Friday’s game in Florence against Northern Ireland will be the last time she leads Italy out of the tunnel and wears the captain’s armband at the international level ..read more
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The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 209: Juventus’ month of February has only gotten worse
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by Danny Penza
5d ago
Photo by Alessandro Sabattini/Getty Images Juventus’ horrid run in the month February rolled on this past Saturday, as their winless streak extended to four games with another draw against a relegation battler in Hellas Verona. So ... things aren’t very good right now. It’s the opposite of good, in fact. And when you go from competing for the Scudetto to essentially seeing those hopes dashed in a couple of weeks, you’re left to cope with the serious blow that comes with it. Saturday’s draw against Hellas Verona extended a winless streak to four games that has seen Juve go from barely trailing ..read more
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Manu’s Grab Bag: Spiral
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by Sergio Romero C.
5d ago
Photo by Alessandro Sabattini/Getty Images We talk the continuing slump, dropping more points and quality. Remember January? Things were good in January. So much fun, so much hope. We are now in the middle of February and Juventus has now strung together their fourth game where they’ve dropped points after another disappointing outing in Verona. It was a 2-2 draw Saturday night that only accentuated the suddenly developing crisis the Bianconeri have on their hands. AC Milan had a chance to leapfrog Juventus for second place in the league this weekend, fighting back from a two-goal deficit only ..read more
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Juventus 2 - Hellas Verona 2: Initial reaction and random observations
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by Danny Penza
1w ago
Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images Another weekend in February in which dropped points are the overarching theme of the day. Heading into the final weekend of January, I sat here and wrote about how Juventus had enjoyed quite the pleasantly surprising runs that we’ve seen from them of Max Allegri’s second stint in charge. They were winning, they were scoring goals galore and they were racking up shutouts and they were putting serious heat on league leaders Inter Milan so much that they were spending a short time actually atop the table. All of three weeks and four games later, Juve ..read more
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Game Time Thread: Juventus vs. Hellas Verona
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by Danny Penza
1w ago
Photo by Filippo Alfero - Juventus FC/Juventus FC via Getty Images Can Juventus get back on the horse and get a win? It’s been nearly a year and a half since Juventus made the trip to Verona to play at the Bentegodi, a place where winning hasn’t exactly been as routine as one might think over the last handful of years. That game was nothing of serious note — something that we can say a lot of the time last season as Juve put in a whole lot of performances that can be filed under the “not great” tab in your filing cabinet. Care to guess the final score, friends? I know you might have a guess ..read more
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Round 25: Juventus vs. Hellas Verona match preview
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by Danny Penza
1w ago
Photo by Fabrizio Carabelli/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Let’s see if the month of February can get a little better. No matter what the result of the second Derby d’Italia ended up being, the next few games after that massive rivalry matchup for Juventus were looked to be very favorable ones. They were not only against provincial sides, but also ones who were very much struggling and toward the bottom of the Serie A table. It was, in theory, a way to either keep pace with Inter or potentially change the scope of the Scudetto race. Well, my friends, the plans from a few weeks ago s ..read more
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