The Old Lady Speaks Podcast
The month of February continued to be a successful one for Juventus over the weekend, with a solid win over Roma as Andrea Pirlo showed his adaptability as a manager Saturday night.
As the month of January comes to a close, Juventus shows signs of starting to figure things out under the watchful eye of their first-year manager Andrea Pirlo.
Just as the midway point of the season arrived, Juventus got a couple of breaks to go in their direction — which, for this 2020-21 season, was a change for the better in our eyes.
Juventus-related venting. A whole lot of Juventus-related venting.
The second game of 2021 brought us one of Juventus’ biggest wins of the season to date just when they needed it the most.
We take a look back at the year that was, and the year that a lot of us would like to forget as much as possible.
Welcome to the podcast’s first official therapy session.
Juventus delivered an unexpected treat to close out the Champions League group stage against Barcelona on Tuesday night, and we were quite happy about it.
Andrea Pirlo is still learning on the job, and it’s not like the schedule and his team’s performances are doing him any favors these days.
Where we discuss Juventus moving on in the Champions League, Andrea Pirlo’s tactics and Matthijs de Ligt’s quads.
With not much in the form of Juventus happenings over the past week, we decided to take things in a little bit of a different direction.
Juventus went into the international break on a disappointing result, but what’s the temperature around the club as some of the team’s best players appear set to return in a couple of weeks?
Juventus had the chance to make an early-season statement against Barcelona this week. Instead, the Italian champions and their first-year manager laid an absolute egg on their home field Wednesday night.
Crotone was crappy. Kyiv wasn’t crappy. You can figure out what we chose to focus on.
The Champions League is about to make its return again, and that means the schedule is going to get a whole lot busier than it has been.
It’s the international break, so we decided to bring in a couple of friends of the blog to help you all kill some time before Juventus plays again.
The first weekend of the season brought lots of excitement and optimism. The second weekend brought a dose of reality.
Let the optimism flow as we discuss Juventus’ season opener and a very impressive debut for Andrea Pirlo.
JUVENTUS HAVE A GAME THIS WEEKEND! JUVENTUS HAVE A GAME THIS WEEKEND!
Our buddy Chuks is coming out with his book in early December. We decided to talk to him about it and what it was like putting something like this together.
It’s transfer season and there are no games being played, so you can probably guess what we talked about.
Say hello to the offseason, everybody. It will be a short one.
The dust has settled on Juventus’ newest managerial hire. Now we’re able to have some coherent thoughts about it.
Over the course of this hour-long episode, we went from talking about Juventus’ former manager, not knowing who’s replacing him and then knowing who exactly will replace him. What a ride.
Bye bye, Serie A. Hello again, Champions League!
SIAMO NOIIII SIAMO NOIIIII CAMPIONI D’ITALIA SIAMO NOIIII
Juventus’ defense is leaking goals right and left, and a step up in competition is now exposing season-long issues again.
Juventus was good ... until they weren’t.
For the second straight week, Juve’s struggles coming out of the coronavirus break dominate the conversation.
We wanted to get some outside opinions on the Serie A restart, so we called in a couple of friends and SB Nation brethren for a little calcio chat.