Reading Time: 3 minutesWith Juventus‘ season over after a disappointing Round of 16 exit against Lyon, it is time to reflect on their dismal season, in which they did however win the Scudetto – for the 9th consecutive year. Before we dive into the specifics, it is important to look at what did go right for Juventus, however little that may be. Ronaldo had a record-breaking season, becoming the first Juve player to score 30+ goals in the 1955/56 season. He was their star performer. Dybala showed up during the restart and played a great role in Juve’s title-winning...Read More
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Reading Time: 4 minutesWith less than three weeks left before the restart of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, here is a breakdown of the big four matchups: Juventus vs Lyon With crowd noise and impact out of the question, it will be an even playing field in terms of the game setting. However, the game will be very intense as Lyon lead 1-0 on aggregate. Juventus, who do not have an away goal advantage, will have to keep a clean sheet in Turin. But, this may prove to be a daunting task, even for Juve’s backline. With...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesTaking Serie A and the Champions League by storm this season, Atalanta (Italy) is one of the best teams in Europe. Their success has seen them win games by as much as a seven goal win margin, on multiple occasions, giving them the best Goal Defecit in Serie A (+43). Led by their striker, Josep Ilicic, and others including Papu Gomez, Luis Muriel, and Duván Zapata, Atalanta sits comfortably at 4th and are in the last 8 of the Champions League. Their manager, Gian Piero Gasperini, has shown his brilliance in putting together one of the best...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesSearching for their 9th consecutive Scudetto, Juventus are leading with a comfortable 4-point lead. Leading their team is Cristiano Ronaldo, with 22 goals, and at the back the duo of Bonucci and De Ligt. Juventus still has matches against Atalanta and Lazio, who are both strong competitors. Here are possible reasons on why Juventus will come out as champions, or quite possibly, won’t: Reasons Juventus will be champions: It is rather apparent that Juventus were favorites at the beginning, and will remain favorites to win the league. Their attack led by Ronaldo has produced 52 goals...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Coppa Italia final is set kickoff on Wednesday – between league leaders Juventus, and 6th place Napoli. Here is a breakdown of both the team’s performances and what they need to hoist the championship trophy. The first semi-final’s second leg ended with a 0-0 draw. Juventus were very dominant and controlled the game through its entirety, but could not manage a single goal. Ronaldo who came the closest with a penalty hit the left post and was denied his 26th goal for the season (all competitions). Juventus had the ball in Milan’s half for most...Read More
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