Juventus Loan & Co-Ownership Review
Following on from a comprehensive look back at the players of the Juventus Primavera, we bring you a look at those players who spent 2012-13 away with other clubs. With this year’s co-ownership deadline set for June 20, many of these names may feature regularly in the coming days as management makes decisions on the immediate futures of many of the young talent currently on the club’s books.
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OTD 1995, #Juventus win the Coppa Italia. Here’s two legends you may recognise!
June 10. Always A Special Day For Juventus & Italy
1934. Italy win their second consecutive World Cup
1961. Juventus hammer Inter 9-1 in Giampiero Boniperti’s last ever game
1968. Italy win the European Championships on home soil
1987. Stefano Tacconi makes his Azzurri debut
Juventus Primavera Latest: 2012-13 Season Review & Pagelle
As you will hopefully have noticed, the JuventiKnows crew have been busy compiling our end of season pagelle for the first team. While Antonio Conte’s men are always the major focus, I also try to bring you coverage of the club you cannot find elsewhere with Youth Sector reports and here you’ll find ratings for the entire Primavera Squad.
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10,000 Lazio Fans Celebrate Their Coppa Italia Win
(Lots of Juventus chat from me in Part One)
Fernando Llorente: The Right Man for Juventus?
Those who hold Juventus close welcome the return to their old values under Antonio Conte and it seems they have taken that same approach into the transfer market. Having reclaimed their place at the top of the Serie A standings, the lack of a regular goal scorer was identified as their biggest weakness, and Beppe Marotta duly made a €16 million bid for Spanish striker Fernando Llorente. Along with Fabio Paratici and Conte, the Director had identified the Athletic Club striker as their chief target…
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Livorno Celebrate Promotion To Serie A
Some by painting cars, others climbing statues. Some chose t-shirts to remember a fallen hero, others wore Che Guevara ones…
La Partita del Cuore allo Juventus Stadium
2012-13 Serie A Team Of The Season
When it comes to selecting a team of eleven players to represent the best Serie A had to offer this season, it would be very simple to choose the Juventus midfield, defence and goalkeeper, before tagging two goalscorers on to lead the attack. The performances of Gigi Buffon, Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal would make such a decision entirely valid, but I’m told fans of other clubs would find it rather biased.
Read who I actually chose over on BettingExpert.com
Incredible images of Lazio’s Coppa Italia Triumph
RIP Umberto Agnelli [here with son Andrea] who died nine years ago today
Because you can never have too many photos of Gaetano Scirea
“Jovetic is a strong player and he has to be signed, without talking about it too much. Juventus have shown you need clear ideas to succeed, to be compact and have the hunger to win.
I like this Juve, they’ve won two titles over these years, it’s a very strong side, they have a Coach who has clearly shown that he is determined to go ahead and we have ambitions for the future.”
John Elkann, Juventino vero
May 24 1981, Bell’Antonio scores v Fiorentina to deliver the 19th Scudetto