Juventus Month In Review
It’s finally over, ladies and gentlemen. The tumultuous 2019-2020 season has finally come to an end.
After three long months of shutdown and quarantine, football in Italy has returned!
What is it about football, and sport in general, that makes us emotional enough to cry?
Since we’re unable to watch football, why not write a book about it?
The final monthly review of 2019 is here! Unfortunately, though, I have to dampen your spirits with a discussion about a sour topic: racism.
October is over as Juventus has been grinding out results and just about continue its unbeaten start to the season.
Juventus remains unbeaten in all competitions as the team slowly but surely gets used to a different style of football.
The 201920 season has officially begun! Competitive football is back!
What a bittersweet month it was. It’s hard to reconcile the conflicting emotions I have about Juventus these days, but I’ll try my best in April’s monthly recap.
Despite being the shortest month of the year, February was an emotionally-draining 28 days of Juventus action
Half of January was spent on holiday and the other half was spent playing 5 games in 18 days. So much to do, so little time!
The last monthly review of 2018! It was an action-packed month and was a fitting way to bring the calendar year to a close.
We’re almost at the end of the calendar year, ragazzi. While results have generally been good, there’s still more than enough to worry about when it comes to Juventus.
I was tempted to use a cheesy "Wake me up, when September ends" reference here, but I won’t. Except ... I just did. Oh well.
April was, honestly, one of the craziest and emotional months of action for Juventini. Let me try to make sense of it all...
The words of the great Sir Alex Ferguson seem to perfectly describe what was an absolutely enthralling month of action.
A short, wintery month of February comes to an end. Although we like to admire the snow falling from the heavens, it’s time to review the month of Juventus action!
Juventus has started 2018 in beautifully stable fashion — no goals conceded and an impeccable 100 percent record in all games. Not a bad way to ring in the new year, don’t you think?
December has been an extraordinarily fruitful month for our beloved Bianconeri. The year 2017 ended with lots of gifts and brilliant fireworks!