The regret of a European campaign ending right as it was getting started is still talked about, but there is also a league title to try and win back this year.
Not good. Not good at all.
These are the first-hand highlights (and low points) from New Zealand
Joe and his collection of scarfs aren’t going anywhere any time soon.
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.
A key figure in Juventus’ defense has extended her stay even further.
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.
Quick, tidy and smart business seems to be the norm here.
Trophy-less seasons aren’t the norm for the Bianconere, so here’s to one more chance to prevent that from happening.
Keeping good players is a sound strategy.
A childhood dream continues to be lived out in full.
It has been a horrendous month of April for Juventus.
All good things come to an end, unfortunately.
Is Joe Montemurro improving his Juve women’s squad in his second season at the helm?
That’s a lot of goals!
Sign good players, keep good players. It’s just that simple.
Another matchup against a European heavyweight ends in a draw.
One game to go. One win needed.
Goals and snow. A lot of goals and slow.
The Bianconere suffer their first defeat of the European season and now face an uphill climb to get into the knockout rounds.
Coming off another big result in Europe is nice, but there’s a whole lot of importance on what’s to come before Christmas.
The Bianconere continue to do good things against big-time opponents in Europe.
Another solid result against team that is pretty, pretty good.
It was nothing spectacular, but the Bianconere began the group stage with a win in Switzerland for the second straight year.
That’s how it’s done, folks.
The transfer window has closed and the new season is underway. Is this Juventus good enough to better last season’s results?
One league fixture down and there’s plenty of important ones waiting in the coming weeks.
If the Bianconere want to try and match what they did in Europe last season, it all starts Thursday night in Turin.