Juventus, understandably, could be doing a little planning for the future.
The month of February has seen Juventus’ Scudetto hopes come to an end — and then some — as they look to get their first win in four weeks and try to hang onto second place as they face another relegation battler at the Allianz Stadium.
Good January, bad February. Can Allegri’s men get back on track?
The Dutch midfielder is likely to draw plenty of interest from big clubs all around Europe — and Atalanta know it.
The only captain the Bianconere have ever had will be closing an important chapter of her career later this week.
The road ahead is riddled with difficulty, but that presents the Old Lady with an opportunity.
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Juventus’ horrid run in the month February rolled on this past Saturday, as their winless streak extended to four games with another draw against a relegation battler in Hellas Verona.
Juve’s captain is now at risk of missing some big March fixtures.
Another dud performance has suddenly turned what looked like a strong season into an out-and-out crisis.
Coach's comments after Juve's slump stretches to fourth game
Another weekend in February in which dropped points are the overarching theme of the day.
Let’s see if the month of February can get a little better.
Coach's comments as Juventus look to end slump against Verona
Max Allegri’s squad dropped points for the third straight game, with a 1-0 loss to relegation battler Udinese putting salt in the wound following last week’s Derby d’Italia loss to Inter that put a serious dent in Juventus’ Scudetto hopes.
An abysmal performance from the Bianconeri saw the other black and white team run out of the Allianz with a win.
Coach's comments as Juve fall further behind runaway leaders Inter after home loss to Udinese
So this could be something to monitor over the next few months.
With the title race all but out of the way, it’s time to turn our eyes to next year’s campaign.
The new Juventus midfielder was unveiled earlier today
The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 207: Looking at Juve’s quiet yet still a little surprising winter transfer window
Juventus are a club that historically never does many big things during the January transfer window, but they still added a pair of players in Tiago Djaló and Carlos Alcaraz that could very well be play some sort of part this season (and beyond).
A decent bit of good injury news, but we’re left wanting more.
Who’s ready for injuries to return to your Juventus state of mind? Because they’re baaaaaaaack!
Goals, goals, goals! The new year has seen Juventus score goals for fun and continue its fantastic run of form.
Rather than busting the Serie A title race wide open, Juventus couldn’t muster much at the San Siro on Sunday night, falling to league leaders Inter, who now have a four-point lead and a game in hand heading into the final 15 games of the season.
The league leaders were simply better, and it showed.
Coach’s comments as trip to Milan pretty much ends any chance of a Scudetto fight
Well, that could have gone a whole lot better, huh?