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JuveZzZ 03-03-2011 08:14 AM

i hope he changes is for the better

dreamer75 14-05-2011 10:22 PM

Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has stated the club's disappointing form this season is not solely down to bad luck, with the side having to take responsibility for its performances.

The player was speaking after Juventus let a 2-0 lead slip against Chievo to draw 2-2 and all but end their hopes of Champions League football next season.

Bonucci was an unused substitute for the Turin giants but had plenty to say on the fixture.

"Once again we have to comment on a strange game where, despite going 2-0 up, [the game] ended in a draw that has ruined our hopes of reaching the Champions League," Bonucci told his personal website.

The former Bari player believes the club has suffered some bad luck, but that the club also have to look at other factors.

"From what we have seen on the field in this tormented year, it's obvious that even fortune has turned its back on us. Just look at the fact Giorgio Chiellini hit the upright, followed by Luca Toni soon after," he added.

"However, this must not release us of from our responsibilities. When a situation like this keeps happening, then it can't just be bad luck."

Juventus are back in action on Sunday against Parma where the club need a win to keep its hopes of qualifying for the Europa League alive.

excalibur324 15-05-2011 03:40 AM

i watched the match.. to be frank, the defence was all over the place. chievo also hit the woodwork twice and if not for marchisio who cleared the ball of the line on two occasions, the flying donkeys would have claim all three points.

JuveZzZ 16-05-2011 09:01 AM

another disappointing year for juve .........

dreamer75 07-06-2011 12:43 AM

Official: Antonio Conte appointed new Juventus coach

May 31, 2011 9:45:00 AM
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Juventus has confirmed Antonio Conte will be its coach for the next two years after the 41-year-old signed a contract in Turin on Tuesday afternoon.

"Antonio Conte has returned to Juventus," the team announced on its website. "This time to lead them not from the pitch, but from the bench. He is the new coach. Conte has signed a two-year contract that will tie him to the Bianconeri until June 30, 2013."

Earlier the club had confirmed that Luigi Del Neri left his post following one season at the helm. The former Sampdoria man was only able to lead them to a seventh place finish, leaving president Andrea Agnelli to consider his options.

"We want to win, and we want to do it with Conte. He is the first piece of the jigsaw to return to being successful," Agnelli said of Conte's arrival.

The new coach, who guided Siena back to Serie A last term, already has a few new names on his team sheet for the next campaign.

Andrea Pirlo arrived from AC Milan, while Reto Ziegler signed from relegated Sampdoria. The aims for Conte and Co. are to continue building as Juve hopes to return to the upper echelons of Serie A.

During his time with the club as a player, Conte lifted the Champions League and as many as 14 major trophies.

dreamer75 07-06-2011 12:44 AM

Antonio Conte has outlined his expectations for Juventus next term after being officially confirmed as coach for the next two years.

Having penned a contract which places him in charge of the first team until June 2013, the former midfielder is eager to revitalise the Old Lady.

"If there were no important bases and reassurances I would not have considered my project and I would not have chosen Juventus despite my great affection which ties me here," Conte told the press. "I have great motivation and feel the trust. We all know where Juve belongs in Italian football, in Europe and around the world.

"There is everything to do well and programme something that is important. We will need a little bit of everything to relaunch this Juventus. A winning mentality, determination, work culture, sacrifice and the will to play."

The Juve faithful want to know how the club will further reorganize from a squad perspective following the arrival of Andrea Pirlo and Reto Ziegler, and Conte discussed his transfer strategy.

"For the transfer market we will evaluate where we can improve the team with an excellent starting potential," he said. "We have spoken with the director [Giuseppe Marotta] and we will be working to identify the objectives."

The market claims were reiterated by Marotta, who jumped in with his view.

"We will speak with Fabio Paratici and Pavel Nedved and we will do all we can to keep Antonio happy. But a number of objectives are not possible because dialogue with clubs who hold the rights to certain players are not possible."

Conte then repositioned the microphone and gave an update on Gianluigi Buffon's future.

"For me Buffon and [Alessandro] Del Piero represent Juventus. They are an added value and they know what it means to win at Juve and what it takes," added the coach.

dreamer75 07-06-2011 12:44 AM

Former World Cup-winning coach Marcello Lippi believes that Juventus made the right decision to appoint Antonio Conte as the new boss.

Lippi was Juve’s tactician from 1994 to 1999 and then from 2001 to 2004, and won Serie A with them in 1995, ’97, ’98, 2002 and 2003 as well as the Champions League in 1996. He also led Italy to World Cup triumph in 2006.

Lippi also coached Conte during his time at Juventus and believes that the 41-year-old is suited for the job in Turin.

“Conte is the right choice,” Lippi told Tuttosport. “He strongly represents Juventus-ness, as a former player and a captain.

“He was a protagonist of a Juventus side which was a protagonist. He knows what to do and how to behave. He was a leader on the pitch; he’ll be one on the bench too.

“Conte can re-awaken the old spirit and teach it to the new players. I see the right amount of enthusiasm within the environment.”

Juventus endured a disappointing 2010-11 campaign under Luigi Del Neri in which the club failed to finish in the top-six and will not play in Europe next season.

helios467 04-08-2011 09:30 PM

Wow, didn't know that there's a sticky thread on my fav club here man.

Sarporks!:s12::s12:

Cissiboy 05-08-2011 11:01 AM

welcome to the sad club. future is gloomy

excalibur324 02-09-2011 02:39 PM

Alessandro Matri
Stephan Lichtsteiner
Andrea Pirlo
Fabio Quagliarella
Michele Pazienza
Mirko Vucinic
Reto Ziegler
Marco Motta
Simone Pepe
Marcelo Estigarribia
Eljero Elia
Emanuele Giaccherini
Arturo Vidal

http://blogs.soccernet.com/juventus/..._madness_1.php

Cissiboy 03-09-2011 01:24 PM

btw Stadio delle Alpi has been demolished and the new stadium will be opened on the 8th of september

so the title of the thread should be changed :)

JuveZzZ 04-09-2011 11:54 AM

yup, whats the new name going to be??????

Cissiboy 04-09-2011 12:54 PM

a bit paiseh to say but prolly it will get the name of the sponsors..so it may change often

now no name or "Conad Stadium"

we'll see after the opening ceremony

http://www.ilnuovostadiodellajuventu..._progetto.aspx

dreamer75 05-09-2011 12:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cissiboy (Post 59249868)
btw Stadio delle Alpi has been demolished and the new stadium will be opened on the 8th of september

so the title of the thread should be changed :)

will change after we have a official name :)

dreamer75 05-09-2011 12:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by excalibur324 (Post 59220989)
Alessandro Matri
Stephan Lichtsteiner
Andrea Pirlo
Fabio Quagliarella
Michele Pazienza
Mirko Vucinic
Reto Ziegler
Marco Motta
Simone Pepe
Marcelo Estigarribia
Eljero Elia
Emanuele Giaccherini
Arturo Vidal

http://blogs.soccernet.com/juventus/..._madness_1.php

Juventus have confirmed summer signing Reto Ziegler has joined Turkish side Fenerbahce on a season-long loan deal.

Ziegler only signed a four-year contract at Juve a couple of months ago to join from Sampdoria, but has been shipped out by coach Antonio Conte.
The Switzerland international had yet to make his Serie A debut for Juve and the loan has cost Fenerbahce a fee of €600,000 (£525,000).

The former Tottenham Hotspur player has reportedly failed to convince Conte that he is the solution to Juve's problematic left-back spot.

Meanwhile, reports are claiming another Juve player could head to Turkey with striker Carvalho Amauri attracting interest from Galatasaray.


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