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Cristiano Ronaldo Puts Juventus in a Forgotten Position – Champions League Favorites

Posted on 28 Jul, 2018, by in Soccer

Not since the early 2000’s has Juventus been regarded as one of the early favorites to win the competition, not even following the finals of 2015 and 2017. The club lost on both occasions, with their biggest signing of the summer, Cristiano Ronaldo, playing a huge part in their downfall in the second loss. More

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Napoli, Koulibaly Beat Juventus to Open Up Serie A Championship Race

Posted on 22 Apr, 2018, by in Soccer

A week ago, Juventus had a 6 point lead and looked like a comfortable Serie A winner again. But dropped points at Crotone while Napoli managed a massive comeback of their own resulted in a massive match at Juve’s stadium which surprisingly, ended in a 1-0 win for the visitors from the South thanks to a 90th minute header by Kalidou Koulibaly. More

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Comparing the Number of Champions in Europe’s Top Football Leagues Since 1993

Posted on 14 May, 2017, by in Soccer

When the European Cup was changed to include a group stage heading into the 1992-1993 season, began what can be referred to as the Champions League era, followed by perhaps an even bigger change a few years later with the Bosman rule. More

Longest Title Droughts in European Football

Posted on 1 Aug, 2016, by in Featured

When a season begins, opposing fans love to remind Liverpool supporters of how long it’s been since their last championship. Well, 26 years is quite a long time, but there are quite a few clubs in Europe’s top leagues, that have been waiting for a lot longer. Some of them are quite massive, and it’s surprising to find out they haven’t won a championship in such a long time. More

Serie A Goals & Highlights – Juventus vs Milan

Posted on 21 Nov, 2015, by in Soccer

What used to be the biggest match in the world resembles nothing like that, as Juventus claim an important 1-0 win over Milan through Paulo Dybala to get a bit closer to where they’ve been used to this season. More

Juventus FC Rumors – Replacing Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal & Carlos Tevez Isn’t Done Overnight

Posted on 31 Aug, 2015, by in Soccer

It’s still too soon to panic. Juventus losing their first two league matches of the 2015-2016 season is a first for the proud club, but the Serie A title isn’t out of reach. Patience, considering all the changes the Italian champions have gone through, and especially the loss of Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez, is the thing the club needs more than anything. More

Juventus FC – Serie A Championship in Photos

Posted on 4 May, 2015, by in Soccer

Another championship for Juventus, winning the Serie A for a fourth consecutive time and 31st overall, with Massimiliano Allegri as the new and successful manager, Carlos Tevez scoring at an incredible pace, Paul Pogba reaching a whole new level of excellence and distancing themselves even further from the rest of Italian football. More

Match Highlights – Roma vs Juventus

Posted on 2 Mar, 2015, by in Soccer

The nine point gap at the top of the Serie A remains, which makes Juventus the happier side after a 1-1 draw against AS Roma in Rome, although the hosts won’t be too discouraged after playing with 10 men for the final 30 minutes and getting closer to securing the second spot. More

Juventus vs Milan – Goals & Highlights

Posted on 7 Feb, 2015, by in Soccer

Nothing changes in the Serie A, as Juventus pull off another impressive win in a big match, this time 3-1 over AC Milan to take another step towards a fourth consecutive league title while the Rossoneri remain in the middle of the table, going nowhere despite all of the changes they’ve been making over the years. More

Francesco Totti Thinks Juventus Still Own the Referees of the Serie A

Posted on 6 Oct, 2014, by in Soccer

Lots of emotions and anger among the AS Roma players after losing for the first time this season, finding it too difficult to overcome Juventus in Turin. Francesco Totti didn’t hide his anger and feelings about the Bianconeri possibly still having more than a slight connection with officials to help them out when necessary, using Gianluca Rocchi as an example. More