The Old Lady Speaks Podcast
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.
Juventus used a furious comeback to get a win in the Turin derby earlier in the week but couldn’t replicate things when the Bianconeri made the trip to Rome on Sunday night.
In the one game that Juventus played last week, Juventus’ veteran Argentine winger was at his world-class best, with Angel Di Maria showing just how good he can still be in leading his team into the Europa League Round of 16.
It was a week in which Juventus didn’t lose either of its two games, but it’s not like Max Allegri’s squad was all that great, either, with European hopes again down to one singular 90-minute stretch.
Juventus picked up wins over Salernitana and Fiorentina, but they were two very different kinds of victories with two very different kinds of performances from Max Allegri’s squad.
Paul Pogba was arguably the biggest name that Juventus brought in this past summer, but the Frenchman’s injury troubles have only continued since returning to Turin. And now, with February here, we still have yet to see Juve’s No. 10 play in a competitive game this season.
Juventus’ winless streak was extended to three games after Monza rolled into the Allianz Stadium and claimed another historic win over the struggling Italian giants.
A week that started with us hoping Juventus needed to pick itself up off the floor following a terrible loss to Napoli only saw things get worse off the field when it comes to the ongoing capital gains investigation.
On a night in which Juventus had the chance to show that it belonged in the Scudetto race, Max Allegri’s squad went out against Napoli and suffered its worse loss in three decades, falling 10 points behind the league leaders in the process.
Things might not have been very pretty, but Juventus has taken advantage of Napoli’s first slip up and moved into second place in Serie A entering this week’s big showdown in Naples.
We’ve all been (hopefully) waiting patiently for club football to return again, and Wednesday marks the day in which Juventus will play its first game since the middle of November.
The World Cup in Qatar has officially come to an end with arguably the best final any of us have ever seen. And that means that we’re just that much closer to Juventus coming back into our lives.
With plenty of talk swirling off the field, Tuttosport reminded us that there can potentially be some good developments to come out of Juve’s current legal mess.
Your favorite Juventus-related podcast took a break because we were very tired and upon hearing this apparently the board of directors wanted us to have something to talk about. How nice of them, right?
We’re done with the first week of the World Cup break, so we decided to talk about some Juventus things nonetheless — namely what has taken part over the course of the first half of the 2022-23 season.
Following Sunday’s win over Lazio, Juventus has not lost a Serie A game in over a month and head into the World Cup break on a six-game winning streak that has put them into third place in the league table.