The Old Lady Speaks Podcast
Coming off one of their best performances of Max Allegri’s second stint in Turin, Juve head back out on the road to Sassuolo in what is certainly a fixture that has a bunch of potential for a letdown kind of game this weekend.
After a week filled with more off-field drama and uncertainty, Juventus delivered their best performance of the season against a Lazio side that went into the international break with a win over the reigning champs.
Juventus’ international break has been suddenly dominated by off-field issues, but their first game in two weeks sees a direct rival for the top four roll into Turin this weekend.
The were plenty of players leaving compared to players arriving, as we take a look at how Juve’s Cristiano Giuntoli-led front office did during its first summer mercato.
This weekend, Juventus are heading back to a place where one of last season’s most forgettable nights took place, with a visit to Empoli being a complete letdown on and off the field.
The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 166: Juve can’t make it two wins in two games to open the season
Juventus’ second game of the season didn’t come anywhere close to the first, with the Bianconeri struggling for much of the first half and having to claw back to get a point against Bologna.
There were a lot of good things that happened last weekend in Udine, and the hope is that Juventus can keep the good things going to begin the 2023-24 season as the setting shifts to the Allianz Stadium in Turin.
It was hard to predict what kind of Juve team was going to show up at the Friuli on Sunday night. But, thanks to a first-half blitz, Juventus stormed to a season-opening win that saw a whole lot of good things happen along the way.
The start of the 2023-24 Serie A season is nearly upon us, and it just so happens that Juventus’ need for an influx of money has also kicked into gear as the middle of August has arrived.
The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 162: Juve return from U.S. tour as transfer window centers around Lukaku, Vlahovic
Max Allegri’s squad picked up a surprising win over Real Madrid to close out play in the States, but it’s what’s going on off the field on the transfer rumor mill that is what has people most interested in what’s to come.
The expected verdict by UEFA has come down and the schedule for the 2023-24 season will be a lot less busy than it has been in years. Is this a good thing? A bad thing? A thing in which the expected nature makes us feel totally indifferent about it all?
Juventus flew in for their first game of the United States tour and then saw said first game canceled because of Barcelona players being ill. Where to go from here? We take a look.
The Old Lady Speaks welcomed a special guest for this episode, as the crew welcomed TV presenter Adriano Del Monte to the pod for a chat about Juventus and the upcoming Women’s World Cup.
Things are getting very, very interesting — and maybe not for the better — on the summer transfer market as the Cristiano Giuntoli era gets underway at Juventus.
Even though Juve hasn’t made many official moves over the last few weeks, the official arrival of the summer transfer window means there’s plenty to talk about.
The summer transfer window is officially here, and the same pretty much goes for the guy who is expected to rebuild Juventus into a title contender in Serie A after he was freed from his contract with Napoli.
The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, Episode 155: Juve go for Tim Weah, Adrien Rabiot may be sticking around
Business is starting to pick up for Juventus, as an expected move has become official and another player who previously called Ligue 1 home is set to be moving to Turin.
The season is over and that means one thing and one thing only — the transfer rumors are flying and the first few lines of Juventus’ summer mercato are starting to be written.
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.
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.
For the first time in over a decade, Juventus won’t be playing Champions League football next season — which just so happened to be the cherry on top of a truly awful week for the Bianconeri on and off the field.
The last chance Juventus had to win a trophy this season officially disappeared Thursday, with Sevilla beating the Bianconeri 2-1 in the second leg of the Europa League semifinals. What does this all mean? We take a look.
Juventus and Sevilla are all square after the opening 90 minutes of the Europa League semifinal. Now things head over to Spain where Juve look to do what Manchester United wasn’t able to do in the quarterfinal round.
Juventus were able to slay one of their recent boogeymen with a successful trip to Bergamo, sending the Bianconeri into second place as the race for a top four spot heats up with four games to go in the 2022-23 season.
Things aren’t getting much better for Juventus, with Inter ousting them from the Coppa Italia and the overall product on the field making more than just supporters of the club grumpy and wanting a change for the better.
It was a wild week both on and off the field for Juventus, seeing their points penalty temporarily retracted right before their decisive Europa League quarterfinal and then falling at home in a controversy-filled loss to Napoli.
Juventus holds a slim lead over Sporting in the Europa League quarterfinals heading into Thursday’s second leg, but things domestically aren’t looking as great as we await word of the points penalty appeal.
Some of Juventus’ most notable qualities under Max Allegri — and maybe not in a good way — showed their faces this past week as Juve could only manage a draw with Inter in the Coppa Italia and lost to Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico.
Juventus returned to the field with a relatively bland win over Hellas Verona, but that doesn’t mean that there were a few players who continued their strong play as bigger and more important games approach.
Juventus finished its March slate of games on a high note. But the Bianconeri face a daunting month of April that will play a big role in determining whether or not they have a chance to win silverware this season.
With big wins in Serie A and in the Europa League, Juventus heads into the first international break of the calendar year feeling pretty good about things as the club awaits the points penalty appeal verdict to come down.
Juventus won both of its games this past week in very different kinds of ways, but face some tough sledding in the final stretch going into the first international break of 2023.