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Transfer Rumors 2014 – Arsenal Interested in Sebastian Giovinco

Posted on 10 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

The names of players Arsenal might try and sign this January transfer window continue to stream, with Sebastian Giovinco of Juventus being the next one that comes to light. More

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Juventus FC – Sebastian Giovinco Still Has His Uses

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

The deeper we go into the Serie A season, it’s quite clear that Juventus aren’t going to relatively comfortably win a third consecutive title. Teams are taking out Andrea Pirlo, the midfield isn’t finding the answers, and it seems that the team only starts playing with conviction after a substitution by Antonio Conte (this time Sebastian Giovinco) or conceding a goal that forces them to raise their game. More

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2013 Confederations Cup – Italy Survive Japan Thanks to Sebastian Giovinco

Posted on 19 Jun, 2013, by in Soccer

Starting with a very defensive lineup, it took Italy nearly an entire half and falling behind 2-0 in order to get a grip of the kind of opponents they were facing in Japan, but eventually, thanks to a lot more efficiency inside the box and one substitution, putting in Sebastian Giovinco, also scoring the winning goal, the Italians won 4-3 in the best match of the tournament so far, clinching a spot in the semifinal. More

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Claudio Marchisio & Sebastian Giovinco Owe Juventus a Title

Posted on 30 Jan, 2013, by in Soccer

The Coppa Italia isn’t as important as the league, but Juventus needed a win badly, especially against a rival like Lazio. Not just to clinch a spot in the final, but to get back to winning ways. With a chance to score a goal that would have put a happy ending on the semifinal, Sebastian Giovinco and Claudio Marchisio managed to miss two easy chances, resulting in another loss. More

Juventus FC – Cost of Building the Current Squad

Posted on 27 Sep, 2012, by in Soccer

The big Italian clubs hardly base their squads on home grown talent, and Juventus are no different, spending just under €200 million to assemble the current group of players, some on co-ownership deals, with Gianluigi Buffon, arriving back in 2001, still the most expensive player on the team. More

Potential Doesn’t Always Get You Very Far

Posted on 1 Mar, 2010, by in Soccer

Sometimes, being considered the new (fill in the blank) doesn’t promise you success. You may get a lot of praise and money, but there are many players who just never live up to their potential and the transfer fee paid for them. Here are a few, with some still young and could get back on the right track, but it seems like they won’t be the stars of today and tomorrow. More