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excalibur324 12-12-2013 09:23 AM

although it was in our hands. but to drop points to copenhagen and galatasaray at home hurt too much.

JuveZzZ 06-03-2014 08:48 AM

Hope they will win Europa league.

dreamer75 28-03-2014 10:41 AM

Tevez is our hero!!!! :D

dreamer75 28-03-2014 10:43 AM

Juventus 2-1 Parma

PA Sport

Carlos Tevez scored twice to end Parma's lengthy unbeaten run as Juventus took another huge step towards retaining the Serie A title.

Sixth-placed Parma arrived in Turin having avoided defeat in 17 games but quickly succumbed to a first-half brace from Tevez, who recovered his position as the championship's leading scorer.

Cristian Molinaro turned the game into a contest for its final 30 minutes yet the dismissal of striker Amauri left Parma toothless and unable to force the draw late on.

Juve are now once again 14 points clear of second-placed Roma and look set to clinch their third straight Scudetto in a matter of weeks.

Parma regularly flirted with the idea of competing with the champions-elect - Antonio Cassano and Molinaro went close in the early stages - but Juve and Tevez would own the night.

The Argentinian matched Ciro Immobile as the league's top scorer in the 25th minute when he brushed off the attentions of Gabriel Paletta to slot the ball past Antonio Mirante.

Only seven minutes later, he reclaimed the provisional Capocannoniere title.

His 18th goal came after he drove at the Parma box before feeding Arturo Vidal down the right.

The Chilean midfielder took a first-time shot and Tevez was there to sweep home the rebound.

The visitors were shell-shocked and could barely respond before the break - Cassano's left-wing cross to Molinaro came to nothing.

Parma took full advantage of the interval to regroup and refocus.

The warning signs were there for Juve as Paletta narrowly missed the mark with a header from a corner and, on 62 minutes, Molinaro halved the deficit with a powerful left-footed drive.

If one former Juve player had wounded his old team, another would soon provide his former employers with a timely fillip.

Parma were already up against it and lost a key player when Amauri saw red after elbowing Giorgio Chiellini in the 65th minute.

Juventus switched things up by throwing Fabio Quagliarella into the fray for Fernando Llorente and veteran striker made an instant impact by forcing a low save from Mirante.

All seemed lost for Parma as time ticked away but Roberto Donadoni's men were determined not to relinquish their unbeaten status without a fight.

Molinari gave former Gialloblu keeper Gianluigi Buffon a late scare from close range and Leonardo Bonucci was lucky to not concede a penalty at the death when grappling with Marco Parolo in the box.

ends

dreamer75 28-03-2014 10:43 AM

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dreamer75 28-03-2014 10:45 AM

Next game away to Napoli on 30 March.

dreamer75 28-03-2014 10:46 AM

Juve break another record after securing 15 consecutive home wins

Champions know how to suffer, champions know how to exploit and champions know how to grind out important victories. Juventus force one to indulge in hyperbole.

Not only have they broken a record by collecting 15 consecutive Serie A wins, but they are a team that suffered and toiled to inflict a 2-1 defeat on a Parma side that has not tasted a league loss since the reverse fixture in November.

Parma are having a tremendous season playing the type of football worthy of a place in Europe. Tactically disciplined, Roberto Donadoniís men boast pace, the ability to work between the lines and players capable of making the difference. Most importantly, they are a side that work fluently and cohesively together meaning they are not dependent on any one player but on the teamís mental fortitude and organised game plan.

Having toyed with a 3-5-2 formation, Donadoni has focused on the 4-3-3 for much of the season. Tonight, as he did with Atalanta only a few weeks ago, he reverted to the 3-5-2 against Juventus in an attempt to have a foothold in midfield and not allow the Bianconeri midfielders the opportunity to overwhelm.

Organised and careful to close down spaces, the Ducali were quick to demonstrate the intelligence of their players. The particular characteristic of this side is their ability to create space for one another to exploit and it didnít take long before their excellent movement in attack allowed Cristian Molinaro the opportunity to attempt a right footed shot that forced Gianluigi Buffon into action.

Yet, despite the impressive movements, Parma were guilty of making a few too many errors which one can never do against this Juve. The Old Lady knows how to make the most of her chances and it didnít take long before Carlos Tevez held off Gabriel Paletta and shot from a tight angle to score the opener. As if that wasnít opportunistic enough, the second goal came only seven minutes later when the Argentine punished Antonio Mirante for parrying the ball to score from the rebound.

From there on, it was difficult for the away side to do much. Heads dropped and they didnít press high enough to cause the home side any distress thus allowing Juventus to effectively control the match.

However, the beauty of this Parma side is their mental fortitude. They are simply not a team that are willing to take a beating without giving a response. They started the second half with renewed enthusiasm and slowly but surely began to impose their style of play with Donadoni make a double change in the 60th minute.

Unfortunately for them, Amauri threw a spanner in the works. There must be something about Giorgio Chielliniís face that provokes an elbow as for the second consecutive game, Juveís opponents had a man sent off for elbowing the defender. Cataniaís Gonzalo Bergessio twice elbowed the centre-back to eventually get sent off while Amauri, a former Bianconeri striker, was shown a straight red for leaning into his elbow.

Down to ten men, the Gialloblu still played with hope, fought for possession and made the right runs to penetrate effectively. In fact in the second half, they managed a higher number of accurate passes and more of them in the final third that created more chances from open play. If we were to assess the average position of each player on the pitch overall, Parma played with more men siting in front of the half-way line than Juventus. As Donadoni said, ďIf we put our characteristics at the forefront then we can cause anyone problems.Ē Indeed they can and they remained focused and determined until the end in hopes they could make the most of Juveís exhaustion.

As for Juventus, what can one say about a side worthy of a symphony of compliments for the remarkable season they are having. It is true they suffered and failed to capitalise on the fact they played with an extra man for 25 minutes but there is only so much that can be expected from a side that is physically and mentally exhausted.

They are not only partaking in European competition as well as domestic games but they are facing Serie A sides desperate to make an impact against them. They are after all the most loved and hated side in Italy. Whether itís Cataniaís intimidation skills, Genoaís relentless style of play or Parmaís effective tactics, itís difficult to prepare, play and win all these matches. Itís a testament to both Antonio Conte and his men when one considers all their accomplishments, managing to break another record tonight: 15 consecutive home victories.

Up next is Napoli but sadly we wont be seeing Tevez flexing his goalscoring muscles after earning a yellow card that will see him suspended for the much anticipated match. Yet somehow the feeling is Juve will cope as they always do.

JuveZzZ 28-03-2014 12:33 PM

He will have a good rest before lyon game

jokerpoker81 26-05-2014 09:58 PM

Singapore vs Juventus tickets on sale May 27 - Goal.com

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JuveZzZ 08-08-2014 08:51 PM

anyone here got the tickets?

tarantila 14-08-2014 01:12 PM

Hi guys I have a pair of Cat 2 tickets for the Juventus vs Singapore Selection game on 16 Aug 14. Some last minute stuff cropped up and I can't go.

Good seats in Section 136 (right next to Cat 1 so u can get a good view of the players when they walk out). Original price $110 each.

Letting go at $199 for both. PM me if interested. Tks.

JuveZzZ 22-08-2014 03:15 PM

Anyway know where is the juventus fan club

daxiong88 05-09-2014 09:02 AM

Sad that Conte left us but happy that he lead Italy to win Holland :D

dreamer75 05-09-2014 09:25 AM

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