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Juventus FC – Building for the Future Right Now

Posted on 19 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

It’s going to be very difficult for anyone to move Juventus from the top spot in the Serie A and deny them a third consecutive championship in Italy. However, the ‘Old Lady’ has bigger things in mind than just local domination, but for that to change some decisions have to be made. More

Juventus FC – Fernando Llorente With a Championship Goal

Posted on 2 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

It might be a bit too soon to crown the next Serie A champions, but there was something special about Fernando Llorente scoring a 90th minute goal for Juventus to give them the dramatic win in another lackluster display, which fit quite perfectly with the results around them, making it seem like it might once again be a Bianconeri season. More

Juventus FC – Arturo Vidal Can’t Keep Saving Them

Posted on 3 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

After waiting for so long to get their attack fixed and possibly succeeding by adding Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente, the usually impregnable Juventus defense has been looking awkward this season, while the midfield unit with Paul Pogba, Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal looks slow and predictable. More

Juventus FC – Why Fernando Llorente Isn’t Playing

Posted on 21 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

One of the surprising absentees from the Juventus lineups this season has been Fernando Llorente, signed this summer as answer to the club’s forward problems, but so far has seen only one minute of action in the Serie A and Champions League matches. More

Juventus FC – Fernando Llorente Needs to Start Playing

Posted on 18 Sep, 2013, by in Soccer

With Juventus playing in a two striker formation or something that’s very similar to it, it’s hard to understand why Fernando Llorente has seen only one minute of football so far this season, making way for small, quicker forwards, even though it might be better to try and combine the Spaniard with a different player in order to get the best out of both worlds. More

Fernando Llorente & Luca Antonini in a Bloody Clash of Heads

Posted on 24 Jul, 2013, by in Soccer

The first impression left by Fernando Llorente for Juventus? That he has a strong head, as the Spanish striker ran into Luca Antonini of AC Milan in a friendly match between the two teams, resulting in a bloody mess, with the Milan defender taking the worst of it. More

Juventus FC – Still the Strongest Team in the Serie A

Posted on 15 Jul, 2013, by in Soccer

While Juventus haven’t been the most convincing of teams last season as they won their second consecutive Serie A title in a mostly dominant fashion, there seems to be a pretty big gulf between them and the rest of the Serie A, both financially (bringing in Fernando Llorente, Carlos Tevez and Angelo Ogbonna) and in the remaining quality from past seasons, most importantly their midfield unit of Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Claudio Marchisio. More


Biggest Names in the January Transfer Window

Posted on 18 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

The only league in Europe that had more than one or two teams spending money this summer was the Premier League. Expect it once again to be the active one when the 2013 January Transfer window opens, with everyone looking for strikers, and Falcao of Atletico Madrid being the hottest name on the list. More

Transfer Rumors 2013 – Where Will Fernando Llorente End Up

Posted on 13 Dec, 2012, by in Soccer

Fernando Llorente is done with Athletic Bilbao. Come June, the 27 year old striker will be leaving on a free transfer instead of the club making money off of him last summer or this coming January transfer window. According to the striker, he prefers to land in the Premier League. More

Arsenal FC – January Shopping List

Posted on 30 Nov, 2012, by in Soccer

It’s very clear that Arsenal, currently out of a Champions League spot or even any kind of European qualification, aren’t very happy with their season. Not in the Champions League, not in the Premier League. Despite having a rather busy summer, bringing in Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla and Lukas Podolski, Arsene Wenger is most likely to bring in more during the January transfer window. More