International breaks. Injury worries. Collision course.
Went things went bad, things went bad in very quick fashion — and that was not a good thing to see happen.
The Azzurre had quick the reason to celebrate after the final whistle against Argentina.
The games are about to begin in Australia and New Zealand, and there’s 13 players who call Juventus their club ready to make a big impression on the international level.
Just like four years ago, it’s not necessarily a surprise, but it’s still pretty damn cool to see.
It also means somebody other than Gama will be wearing the captain’s armband for the Azzurre n a few weeks.
And Freddy Church is back in the fold, too!
Who is in and who is out
Italy’s manager left one of her best players on the bench to start, but luckily it was Bonansea time in the second half.
France was quite good. Italy ... not so much.
The games are about to begin in England, and there’s 16 players who call Juventus their club ready to make a big impression on the international level.
It’s going to be a summer full of watching the Bianconere play on one of the biggest international stages, especially when it comes to the Italy women.
Freddie Cats did good. Freddie Cats did very good.
Giorgio Chiellini’s Juventus career is now, unfortunately, only something we can refer to in the past tense. But what was it like to be there as Chiello said goobye?
A thrilling summer has resulted in some deserved recognition.
Italy had a lot of good players at Euro 2020, and these guys just so happened to be two of them.
‘Twas a good tournament for many players who wear bianconero nine months out of the year.
Well, that was fun!
It’s been a long road to get Italy back to where it currently is, and Chiellini is still
We talk a little Italy, we talk a little Juventus, we talk Juventus players who are Italian. It’s just that kind of podcast when you’ve got a major international tournament going on.
Just your average international semifinal where Federico Bernardeschi scores the go-ahead penalty in a shootout.
It’s back to Wembley we go after one hell of a quarterfinal win.
We talk a little Juventus, a lot of Euros and remain hopeful that this summer of tournament madness continues to deliver.
Well, that was more exciting than we thought it would be.
Italy is in the midst of a monumental run, but with a tougher path ahead, is it time to dial back the hype train?