Serie A Campionato 2022-23
Our yearly countdown returns!
WHAT? A FULLBACK SIGNING PERHAPS?
Max Allegri’s second season back with Juventus was a bumpy one.
The first expected sale of the summertime has gone through.
Juve look to go shopping at the "Just Relegated" bin.
Kulu is going to stay in London.
Another one secured for the future.
Is this farewell to two South American stalwarts?
There’s still some things to figure out.
The 2022-23 season is officially in the rear view mirror, so there’s only one thing to do now — look back on what went right, what didn’t and who Juve’s best and worst were.
Quick, tidy and smart business seems to be the norm here.
How did Juventus compare to Serie A’s best?
Pouring some water on the potential fire, it seems.
Another Juve player appears to be one and done.
Hey, Juventini: it’s not all doom and gloom. Here are five good things from this season.
Apparently it’s still very much #AllegriIn.
We’ve always said the way to keep Contract Year Rabiot around is to make every year a contract year.
Well, this is less than ideal.
The first weekend of June saw Juventus produce one final win but fall short of getting into the Europa League, ending a season in which a whole lot has happened — and not much of it very good.
Late goals in the other games Juve was watching condemned them to the Conference League—if they even get that far.
Juve got the win, but didn’t get any help when it came to potentially moving up the table on the final day of the season.