The three points today against Sampdoria came at a great cost
There was some good, there was some bad, there was Juventus doing plenty of both. Thus is the world we live in these days.
There will be squad rotation and a new goalkeeper between the sticks. What could possibly go wrong?
Could Juventus dare to win two Serie A games in a row?
Juventus’ tumble down the table continued this past weekend, with a third lead blown in four games resulting in Max Allegri’s squad finishing the fourth matchday of the 2021-22 season in — wait for it — 18th place.
No, really. They mean it this time.
No a goalkeeper controversy, but more squad rotation.
Another blown lead was nearly detrimental for the Old Lady on Wednesday but the visitors actually delivered in the final third and came away with three points.
Just what you thought — a desperate comeback against a potential relegation battler.
Coach’s comments ahead of midweek trip to Spezia
Juventus let their fullbacks do some of the dirty work against Malmo. What if that became a more permanent thing?
Juve controlled two-thirds of the game, but that last third undid it all and dropped Juve to their worst start since 1961.
Coach’s comments after Juventus again drop points from a winning position
Manager’s comments ahead of another difficult test against Milan
Gigi Buffon might have been mentioned once or twice.
Turns out playing in empty stadiums isn’t good for the bottom line!
The player spoke to the media during his second unveiling
Good injury news for once!
At long last, a victory and a clean sheet for the Bianconeri.
Coach’s comments after complete Juventus performance in 3-0 win away at Malmö
How Swede it is to win again AMIRITE!!!!
Injuries are dumb — and especially so when it’s arguably your best player.
Juventus’ season-opening struggles continued against Napoli this past weekend, and it’s not like they’re doing a whole lot to inspire confidence that they’ll turn it around any time soon.