Juventus Month In Review
As Juventus returned to its pragmatic style of play, it also quietly climbed to second place in the league table.
Last month we saw Max Allegri and Juventus continue its transition to a more proactive and modern style of play. Is it working? Will it last?
The 2023-24 season has kicked off across leagues Europe and beyond. New season, new dreams, but, for the first time in over a decade, no European football for Juventus.
It has been a horrendous month of April for Juventus.
Two months ago we were talking about potentially fighting relegation. Now we’re talking about a surprising, though not impossible, push for a Top 4 spot.
Juventus has overcome a turbulent start to the new year and emerged from February with a near 100% record. Who cares if it was mostly boring to watch?
A World Cup, a revived Juventus, and creative accounting. Just another boring November for Juventus fans around the world!
The transfer window has closed and the new season is underway. Is this Juventus good enough to better last season’s results?
In March, we unfortunately said goodbye to the wearer of the special Juventus #10 shirt: Paulo Dybala.
The shortest month of the year was characterized by one word: injuries.
Not a lot happened in January until ... well, a lot happened.
Another eventful calendar year comes to an end. Goodbye, 2021!
Juventus has the honor of being one of the lowest-scoring teams in the Serie A. What’s going on?
Juventus continued its good run of form at the start of the month, but then crashed back down to earth in the last week of October.
Is Juventus slowly turning the corner after a horrendous start to the season?
Word of the month for August: Meetings
There’s no Juventus action to talk about in June, but we have the rescheduled Euro 2020 and Copa América tournaments to enjoy!
The month of February started very brightly for Juventus, but ended on a real downer.