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dreamer75 13-05-2012 11:26 AM

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dreamer75 13-05-2012 11:27 AM

Both Conte and ADP are my heros!!!!

dreamer75 13-05-2012 11:32 AM

Juventus - Atalanta preview: Old Lady looking to finish Serie A season unbeaten as they host Stefano Colantuono's men

The Bianconeri have already secured the domestic title, but will be keen to keep their 37-game undefeated run as they host the Orobici in their final league game of the term

PROBABLE LINEUPS
JUVENTUS

Buffon
Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini
Lichtsteiner, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, Giaccherini
Vucinic, Borriello

ATALANTA

Frezzolini
Raimondi, Manfredini, Bellini, Peluso
Schelotto, Cigarini, Cazzola, Bonaventura
Gabbiadini, Denis


Juventus have lost Paolo De Ceglie for the rest of the season with a thigh problem, while Simone Pepe is doubtful for game. It is not yet clear who will partner Mirko Vucinic up front, with Marco Borriello and Alessandro Matri in contention to lead the front-line.

Atalanta have a number of injury concerns ahead of the match as first-choice goalkeeper Andrea Consigli is injured and will be replaced by Giorgio Frezzolini. Guglielmo Stendardo will also miss the game due to suspension after he received a red card in the game against Lazio in the last round of Serie A.

Defender Daniele Capelli, midfielder Matteo Brighi and attackers Guido Marilungo and Simone Tiribocchi are also out of contention as they are recuperating from knocks.

DID YOU KNOW?
Juventus have conceded just 19 goals, which is the best defensive record for a team in Europe's big leagues this season.
The Bianconeri have not lost to Atalanta in almost eight years.
Juventus have so far scored less goals than any other table-toppers in Europe's biggest leagues.
Atalanta have been defeated in their last two games in Serie A.
If they had not been penalised with a six-point reduction at the start of the season, the Orobici would be just seven points off from a spot in the Europa League.

Atalanta were promoted from Serie B last season, finishing first in the second tier of Italian football with 79 points.

dreamer75 13-05-2012 11:33 AM

Juventus looking to sign Borriello on the cheap

The Serie A champions are ready to snap up the Roma attacker on a permanent basis, but only if the Giallorossi drop their asking price for the Italy international

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By Romeo Agresti

Marco Borriello could stay at Juventus beyond his six-month loan spell if Roma are willing to drop their demands, Goal.com has learned.

The 29-year-old joined Juve on loan until the end of the season during the January transfer window, and has since netted twice in 15 official appearances.

Juventus have the option to make Borriello's stay at the club permanent for a set fee of 8 million, but the Old Lady are unlikely to exercise this option due to the relatively high transfer fee.

Nevertheless, the striker could still stay with the Bianconeri as the club are hopeful that Roma will let go of Borriello on the cheap because of his high wages. The striker, who is surplus to requirements at Roma, earns 5.4m per year.

Therefore, the Giallorossi could opt to off-load Borriello for a fee well below the amount they had previously agreed on with Juventus.

The permanent arrival of Borriello could mean the end of either Alessandro Matri or Fabio Quagliarella at Juventus Stadium.

The Bianconeri have set their sights on signing a high-profile striker this summer, and they are ready to cash in on one of the aforementioned duo in order to help generate the necessary funds to sign the big name forward they are after.

Players such as Robin van Persie, Fernando Torres and Gonzalo Higuain have all attracted Juventus' interest.

Juventus looking to sign Borriello on the cheap - Goal.com

JuveZzZ 13-05-2012 04:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dreamer75 (Post 66572795)
Juventus looking to sign Borriello on the cheap

The Serie A champions are ready to snap up the Roma attacker on a permanent basis, but only if the Giallorossi drop their asking price for the Italy international

http://u.goal.com/185100/185180hp2.jpg

By Romeo Agresti

Marco Borriello could stay at Juventus beyond his six-month loan spell if Roma are willing to drop their demands, Goal.com has learned.

The 29-year-old joined Juve on loan until the end of the season during the January transfer window, and has since netted twice in 15 official appearances.

Juventus have the option to make Borriello's stay at the club permanent for a set fee of 8 million, but the Old Lady are unlikely to exercise this option due to the relatively high transfer fee.

Nevertheless, the striker could still stay with the Bianconeri as the club are hopeful that Roma will let go of Borriello on the cheap because of his high wages. The striker, who is surplus to requirements at Roma, earns 5.4m per year.

Therefore, the Giallorossi could opt to off-load Borriello for a fee well below the amount they had previously agreed on with Juventus.

The permanent arrival of Borriello could mean the end of either Alessandro Matri or Fabio Quagliarella at Juventus Stadium.

The Bianconeri have set their sights on signing a high-profile striker this summer, and they are ready to cash in on one of the aforementioned duo in order to help generate the necessary funds to sign the big name forward they are after.

Players such as Robin van Persie, Fernando Torres and Gonzalo Higuain have all attracted Juventus' interest.

Juventus looking to sign Borriello on the cheap - Goal.com


No Please do not keep him

JuveUltra 19-05-2012 04:04 PM

Hey guys,
I will be arriving in Singapore tomorrow (from Sydney) and I'm a massive Juve fan. Are there any cable networks showing the Coppa Italia Final?

Thanks in advance :)

Cissiboy 20-05-2012 01:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JuveUltra (Post 66749504)
Hey guys,
I will be arriving in Singapore tomorrow (from Sydney) and I'm a massive Juve fan. Are there any cable networks showing the Coppa Italia Final?

Thanks in advance :)

internet :)

JuveZzZ 12-06-2012 03:11 PM

juventus all the way !!!!!

JuveZzZ 21-07-2012 09:48 AM

keep this going ..........

Cissiboy 21-07-2012 10:24 PM

dont think they should sell Matri to Milan. WOuld be covering one of their soft spots..

excalibur324 22-07-2012 02:10 PM

I thought Matri is good for us. at least better than Borriello

Cissiboy 28-07-2012 03:28 PM

matri is good, but conte is very stubborn

conte & bonucci by the way should get a ban. maybe 3 months for conte and 1 year for bonucci. let's see

playboysg 12-08-2012 04:16 AM

SoccerPunter.com - Juventus coach Conte banned for match-fixing

Juventus might have difficulty to retain Serie A title in the new season after their manager was banned for 10 months!

dreamer75 26-12-2012 09:41 PM

Juventus 3-0 Chelsea: Blues on the brink as pressure piles on Di Matteo
Goals from Quagliarella, Vidal and Giovinco compound a disastrous night in Turin for the European champions, who are just one game away from bowing out of the competition

A first-half goal from Fabio Quagliarella was doubled by Arturo Vidal's second-half strike before Sebastian Giovinco rounded off the win to ensure that, combined with a victory for Shakhtar Donetsk, Juve leapfrogged Roberto Di Matteo's team. A draw or Shakhtar win when the Italians travel to Ukraine on the final matchday would now confirm Chelsea's elimination.

The Blues were under pressure after just four minutes as Mirko Vucinic's clever back-post cross required Petr Cech to pull off a stunning point-blank save from Stephan Lichtsteiner to turn it onto the post.

The giant Chelsea goalkeeper was at the heart of the action, parrying well from Claudio Marchisio's first-time effort on 15 minutes.

At the other end, Oscar carried Chelsea's threat as he burst from the left flank to the middle, taking two Juventus defenders out of the game as he glided across the box. He released Eden Hazard, who seemed certain to score until Gianluigi Buffon's trailing leg diverted his low shot just wide. It was to prove their best chance of the match.

As the game settled, it was not until the 35th minute that Chelsea mustered another clear-cut chance. Ramires burst through midfield challenges and released Oscar into the box. The Brazilian was only stopped by Leandro Bonucci's well-timed tackle.

But, soon after, the deadlock was broken and there was a touch of fortune about it as Quagliarella diverted Pirlo's tame 25-yard effort past a sprawling Cech to give Juventus the lead. It was the Italian striker's sixth goal in six games.

The hosts nearly made it 2-0 immediately afterwards but for Ashley Cole's alert goal-line clearance as Lichtsteiner headed past Cech.

As if prompted by the threat on their own goal, Chelsea responded. Hazard outpaced the Juve defence and squared to an unmarked Juan Mata but, by the time that he had controlled the ball, Buffon had smothered him.

Di Matteo declined to make half-time changes, with the benched Fernando Torres continuing to look on, but it was his defensive line who came under question as Gary Cahill appeared to tug the tricky Vucinic to the ground. Fortunately for the visitors, referee Cuneyt Cakir chose to wave play on rather than signal for a penalty.

The Juventus attack continued to trouble Chelsea and Quagliarella had two fine chances to double his haul but he was left rueing Cech's determined keeping.

But, as Di Matteo chased the game, introducing Victor Moses for Cesar Azpilicueta, Juventus struck again. Vucinic's pass allowed Kwadwo Asamoah to drive into the box and his cutback fell for Vidal, who saw his 20-yard shot deflect off of Ramires' heel and through Cech's legs. It was the 20th goal that the Stamford Bridge outfit had conceded in 10 games.

Chelsea continued to chase, finally introducing Torres for John Obi Mikel, but it was the hosts who looked more dangerous, Vucinic criminally knocking a shot from 10 yards out over the crossbar. But, as the clock rolled into injury time, substitute Giovinco prodded past Cech to cap a fine night in the Juventus Stadium.

Match Report: Juventus 3-0 Chelsea - Goal.com

dreamer75 26-12-2012 09:41 PM

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