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  1. Sabato, 26 maggio 2007 - ore 16:00 - Serie B - diciannovesima giornata di ritorno JUVENTUS - MANTOVA 2-0 Trezeguet (J. 55'), Nedved (J. 73'). JUVENTUS: Buffon, Zebina (Birindelli 81'), Boumsong, Chiellini, Balzaretti, Marchionni (Palladino 75'), Zanetti C., Marchisio, Nedved, Trezeguet (Zalayeta 87'), Del Piero. Allenatore: Deschamps. MANTOVA: Brivio, Sacchetti, Notari, Cristante, Rizzi (Franchini 20'), Tarana, Spinale, Grauso (Graziani 65'), Brambilla, Doga (Avanzini 83'), Noselli. Allenatore: Di Carlo. Arbitro: Romeo. La Juventus conquista matematicamente il primo posto definitivo della serie cadetta. Al termine della gara l'allenatore Deschamps si dimette dall'incarico. Auguri a Juan Guillermo "Il Serpente, La Vespa" Cuadrado Bello (Centrocampista Juventus dal 2015) - Necoclí (Colombia), 26.05.1988 a Luca "Toni e Fulmini" Toni (Attaccante Juventus dal 2010 al 2012) - Pavullo nel Frignano (MO), 26.05.1977 a Filippo Romagna (Difensore Juventus giovanili dal 2011 al 2016) - Fano (PU), 26.05.1997 a Massimo Orlando (Centrocampista Juventus 1990-1991) - San Doná del Piave (VE), 26.05.1971 e a Paolo Siroti (Difensore Juventus 1988-1989) - Macerata, 26.05.1970 Oggi sarebbe stato il compleanno di Ugo Rasetto (Difensore Juventus dal 1924 al 1926) - Torino, 26.05.1903 - ?, ?.?.? e di Renato Beccuti (Centrocampista Juventus dal 1920 al 1923) - Torino, 26.05.1901 - Loano (SV), 06.04.1968 Il 26 maggio sono nati fra gli altri Al Jolson, John Wayne, Peggy Lee, Horst Tappert (Isp.Derrick), Mike Bongiorno, Miles Davis, Bruno Nicolai, Carmen Scarpitta, Giovanni Minoli, Nicola Piovani, Stevie Nicks, Renato Brunetta, Mabel Bocchi, Gianni Cerqueti, Anna Carlucci, Black, Gatto Panceri e Lenny Kravitz.
  2. BOLOGNA - JUVENTUS MATCHDAY 38 Saturday, May 27th, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. CETDall'Ara Stadium, BolognaReferee: Maurizio Mariani Kean in Juventus squad May 26, 2017 Moise Kean is in the Juventus squad to face Bologna tomorrow, but he won’t start the match. The 17-year-old made his debut for the Bianconeri earlier this season, and has made a further two substitute appearances since. The striker has been named in Max Allegri’s squad for tomorrow’s match, but the Coach confirmed in his Press conference earlier today that Gonzalo Higuain would lead the line. However, Italy Under-20 international Emil Audero will make his debut in goal, with both Gianluigi Buffon and Neto to be rested. Giorgio Chiellini is also being rested for the match, and as such has been left out of the squad altogether. Juventus squad to face Bologna: Buffon, Neto, Audero, Benatia, Alex Sandro, Mattiello, Barzagli, Bonucci, Rugani, Lichtsteiner, Pjanic, Khedira, Marchisio, Lemina, Asamoah, Sturaro, Rincon, Cuadrado, Higuain, Mandzukic, Dybala, Kean
  3. Juve chief taunts Man Utd over €110m Pogba deal The CEO believes his club did some outstanding business by selling the Frenchman for a world-record fee and has called buyout clauses "madness". May 26, 2017 Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has revealed the Serie A champions felt €60 million was a good figure for Paul Pogba a few years ago and is pleased they never inserted a buy-out clause in the current Manchester United star's contract. The Bianconeri would eventually sell Pogba to United for an initial fee of €105 million which could potentially rise to €110m depending on clauses in the transfer. With Juventus getting an unexpected windfall - and potentially more to come - Marotta feels the France international's transfer is the perfect example why release clauses are a bad idea. "The value of a player is determined when you sell him," Marotta told Tuttosport. "Had we put a clause in Pogba's contract three years before we sold him, €60 million would have been a good number. But we now sold him for €110m. "Buyout clauses are madness. I will never insert one in a player's contract. A high clause is not an advantage. It puts you in a vulnerable position instead. "I don't know if Napoli would have sold Gonzalo Higuain for €90 million without the clause."
  4. Benvenuto Filippo. Passo la palla ai fratelli bianconeri di Torino.
  5. Real Madrid 'eye Leonardo Bonucci' news/real-madrid-eye-leonardo-bonucci_299007.html May 26, 2017 Real Madrid are reportedly exploring the possibility of signing Juventus centre-back Leonardo Bonucci this summer. Bonucci, 30, who has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester City over the last 12 months, will go head-to-head with Madrid in the final of the Champions League on June 3. According to Don Balon, Los Blancos have identified the experienced Italian international as their leading transfer target for this summer, and will look to discuss a move following the European Cup final early next month. Bonucci joined Juventus from Bari in the summer of 2010, and the centre-back has made more than 300 appearances for the Turin giants, winning six Serie A titles in the process. Raphael Varane is currently Sergio Ramos's partner at the heart of the Real Madrid defence, but the Spanish champions are widely expected to lose experienced Portuguese Pepe on a free transfer next month.
  6. BOLOGNA - JUVENTUS MATCHDAY 38 Saturday, May 27th, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. CETDall'Ara Stadium, BolognaReferee: Maurizio Mariani Allegri: ‘I want to stay at Juventus’‘i-want-stay-juventus’ May 26, 2017 Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri is unequivocal over his future - “I want to stay”. It has been suggested that the tactician could walk away if the Bianconeri complete the Treble, with Arsenal mooted as a possible destination. General manager Giuseppe Marotta made it clear today that they want to continue with the Coach, and it appears the feeling is mutual. “I’m happy with the director’s words, but at the moment we haven’t met and we haven’t talked about it,” Allegri reiterated in his pre-Bologna Press conference. “We definitely won’t do it this week, because we’re going to Cardiff and it’s right that we’re focused on this global event, because after all the Champions League final is a world event, just like the Super Bowl. “So we have to face it with great enthusiasm and conviction, but we’ll talk about that next week. “As for my contract, at the right time the club will decide, they’ll call me because at the end of the day I have a contract until 2018. “So, as I’ve repeated 1500 billion times: I have a contract until 2018, the club can call me or not call me. After that we’ll see. “I want to stay, then we have to talk. We’ll see. “Will the Champions League final affect my decision? Absolutely not, I’ve already taken my decision so we’ll meet when the club deems it appropriate. “In five years I have a fairly clear idea [of where I’ll be] but I won’t say it now because it would cause a pandemonium. “So I’ll tell you later, but I think in five years my path will be completely different to what it is now.” A journalist then asked Allegri if that meant they’d be seeing him in Press conferences next year. “If they don’t sack me!” Allegri laughed. “In football you can be good today, and tomorrow you’re a little less good, do you understand? “In the end what matters are results and taking points home, then people can chatter about all the other things. “Football is great for that, because everything is up for debate so one person can say one thing, another person says another and there’s no proof. “There’s a lot of ‘if’ but you won’t get anywhere with ‘if’. I think it’s night and right that it should be this way.”
  7. BOLOGNA - JUVENTUS MATCHDAY 38 Saturday, May 27th, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. CETDall'Ara Stadium, BolognaReferee: Maurizio Mariani Allegri: ‘Audero plays in Bologna’‘audero-plays-bologna’ May 26, 2017 Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri reveals Emil Audero will play in goal against Bologna tomorrow. The Bianconeri have already won the Scudetto, and face Real Madrid in the Champions League final a week tomorrow, but there won’t be huge rotation for tomorrow’s match. “Tomorrow on the pitch, here’s who’ll play,” Allegri said in his pre-match Press conference. “Up-front [Juan] Cuadrado, [Paulo] Dybala, [Mario] Mandzukic and [Gonzalo] Higuain. [Giorgio] Chiellini won’t be there. “Between [Leonardo] Bonucci, [Andrea] Barzagli and [Medhi] Benatia, two will play. [Stephan] Lichtsteiner will play. I think [Kwadwo] Asamoah will play on the left. “In the midfield [Sami] Khedira will return from the first minute, at least for a while because I have to see what condition he’s in. “What’s lacking is the last piece, which will probably be [Claudio] Marchisio. Then I have three subs. “Tomorrow Audero will play in goal. "Is Chiellini a doubt for Cardiff? No, he's working well and there's no doubt about his availability for Cardiff. "He's on a booking, so he'd be risking next year's Supercoppa." Mandzukic yesterday renewed his contract with the Bianconeri, and Allegri was asked about the Croatian committing until 2020. “I’m happy for Mario because he’s renewed, like Dybala has renewed. “I think Juventus have made an important strategy, in the sense of keeping the great players, the champions. “When you keep the great players, the champions, you don’t have to talk about the Coach, because you have to keep the champions. “So I’m very happy, it shows Juventus are working for the future.”
  8. BOLOGNA - JUVENTUS MATCHDAY 38 Saturday, May 27th, 2017 - 6:00 p.m. CETDall'Ara Stadium, BolognaReferee: Maurizio Mariani Allegri: ‘Juventus have to win’‘juventus-have-win’ May 26, 2017 Massimiliano Allegri insists Juventus “have to win” at Bologna tomorrow, despite having secured the Scudetto already. The Bianconeri face Real Madrid in the Champions League final on June 3, but the Coach insists the final Serie A game is important for his side. “The first rule is to try and win the game,” Allegri said in his pre-match Press conference. “We can’t know what will happen tomorrow, never mind the day after tomorrow. We have a game to play tomorrow, the last of the League season, and we have to try and close our campaign in the best way, maybe with a beautiful win. “Then we’ll have a rest on Sunday, and after that we’ll prepare to play the last game of the season. Today is the last League Press conference of the season. “Right? There are no more? We’ll see each other for the next conference in Cardiff, or am I wrong?” It was then pointed out that there is another Press conference at Vinovo on Monday. “Ah, ok, I got a bit confused. That said, we have to win tomorrow.” Juve play tomorrow, but Sunday will see Francesco Totti play his final game for Roma… “First of all we have to thank him for what he’s shown up to this point, both in Italy and around the world. “After that I don’t know what he’ll do in the future, football is beautiful, especially for those who have played at the highest levels. “It’s a special moment, for him above all but also for the Roma fans because in the end they have been unforgettable years and Totti will remain a piece of Roma’s history. “So I want to offer a big good luck to him for what he’ll do in the future, whatever he decides. It’s an important moment because when a player comes to the end - or the end of one piece of his work - and there’s a change, that’s an important step. “So a big good luck to him.”
  9. Marotta: ‘Opponents make excuses’‘opponents-make-excuses’ May 26, 2017 Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta decries a “culture of excuses” among their opponents. The Bianconeri have secured the Scudetto for a sixth season a row, and the director discussed the achievement with Tuttosport. “I don’t agree that we’ve had no opponents,” Marotta said. “Roma and Napoli have always had positive results. I think whoever has come second in these years has lost at most five or six times, and those numbers show how competitive they are. “For 10 years I was a director of less important teams and I always saw Juventus as a strong and winning club. “When you’re strong and you win there’s a culture of envy and then your wins are denigrated or downplayed. “When you win it’s because you’re stronger in every respect, unfortunately in our football there’s a culture of envy and a bit of a culture of excuses. “In Italy our opponents have often lost and blamed the referee or something else. That’s the culture of excuses. “It’s a wrong concept that we need to eradicate, because it takes responsibility away from the players, feeding a losing mindset into them. “If we’ve taken almost 100 more points than Napoli and Roma over these six years, and I don’t know how many more than Milan, our clear supremacy is not up for discussion. “Juventus are always under attack because it’s a target which provides a lot of popularity and is therefore up there to be hit. “There are 14 million Juventini and the rest are against us.”
  10. Marotta: ‘Dybala at Juventus long term’‘dybala-juventus-long-term’ May 26, 2017 Giuseppe Marotta insists Juventus and Paulo Dybala will have “a long journey together” and calls release clauses “madness’. The forward signed a new contract with the Bianconeri in April, and the club’s general manager doesn’t expect him to leave any time soon. “How do we choose a Juventus player?” Marotta considered in an interview with Tuttosport. “Two levels: we take someone who is already an established champion: look at Dani Alves, [Mario] Mandzukic, [Sami] Khedira, [Gonzalo] Higuain and so on. “Or, we look for talent. But, listen, a talent who can become a champion. That means someone who has not only the technical qualities but also the human values to turn into a champion, as happened with Dybala for example. “We have a Del Piero project for him, in his new contract we’ve taken into account the value of the player, which goes hand-in-hand with enhancing the brand of the club. “There’s common ground and the intention to have a long journey together. “A release clause? It’s madness, I’ll never put one on a player. It’s not an advantage, it puts you in a weak position. “If I’d put a clause on [Paul] Pogba we’d have said €60m was good, then we sold him for €110m. “Gonzalo Higuain? I still don’t know if [Napoli President Aurelio] De Laurentiis would have rejected €90m…” Marotta also discussed this summer’s transfer campaign, as well as the best signings of his reign so far. “Last summer was perhaps one of the best transfer campaigns in our history. I don’t want the expectation of something like that to happen now. We definitely want to strengthen the team though. “We want to strengthen the team and some tactical changes mean we need some adjustments, even if we have a strong squad. We won’t sell our champions though. “There’s something missing in attack, even considering [Marko] Pjaca’s injury. As for midfield and defence, we’ll see. “We’re following the market, but it’s not easy to find players who will improve the team. “Will we sell our top players? No, absolutely not. If there’s someone who wants to leave then it’s another matter, but right now I can’t see that. No-one wants to leave and we’re not trying to make quick profits. “My best signing? Andrea Pirlo. At the time most people thought he was a finished player.” The director was also asked about the future of 17-year-old Moise Kean, who made his first team debut this season. “I hope he’s not a victim of his contract, because the regulations don’t allow us to tie him down until an age where he’s deemed able to understand it [18],” Marotta said. “So we have to negotiate his stay with his agent, Mino Raiola. And it’s not possible for us to go beyond certain financial parameters on his salary, not least for ethical and moral reasons. “I actually really like Mino, you’d have to know him. He’s someone who can argue, fight even, but he only has one word. “I’d rather have that 1000 times than some of his colleagues who are more ambiguous.”
  11. Marotta: ‘Not thinking about Allegri change’‘not-thinking-about-allegri-change’ May 26, 2017 Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta says they are “not even considering” the possibility of Max Allegri leaving. The Coach is out of contract at the end of next season, and it has been suggested he could walk away if the Bianconeri secure the treble by winning the Champions League on June 3. “We hope it doesn’t happen, because we’d like to go forward with Allegri,” Marotta told Tuttosport. “He’s proven himself to be a great Coach and with us he’s gained a lot, now he’s one of the best in the world. “Right now this isn’t a priority, because everyone’s objective is to go to Cardiff and win, then after Cardiff we’ll sit around the table and listen to everyone, not just Allegri. “The ideal would be to keep hold of Allegri and we’re not thinking about changing. We’re not even considering it.” Marotta joined the Old Lady in 2010 after a seventh-place finish, and Juve are now just one game away from the Treble. “When we arrived at Juve in May 2010 we found a disheartened atmosphere, but above all there was a lack of football culture. That’s what the President [Andrea Agnelli] and directors tried to bring to the club. “The Cardiff final is the realisation of a project, we thought about it, put it into action and realised it. Berlin was a set of factors which weren’t all calculated, though that remains an important journey. “We were lacking in mentality and experience, and we’ve achieved those in two ways. “On the one hand with the growth of people who were already at the club and in the squad. On the other with the insertion of players like [Mario] Mandzukic, [Sami] Khedira and then Dani Alves.”
  12. Milan to appoint Juventus scout? May 26, 2017 Milan will recruit Stefano Luxoro of Juventus to head up their scouting department, according to reports. A Chinese group, Rossoneri Sport Investment, has taken over the club and are putting their own team in place behind the scenes. Following on from CEO Marco Fassone and sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli, SportItalia reports that Luxoro will arrive from Juve as the new head of the scouting department. The scout currently works under Giuseppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici in Turin, and the Bianconeri have been praised for their canny transfer dealings in recent years.
  13. Dybala: ‘Working on my right foot’‘working-my-right-foot’ May 26, 2017 Juventus forward Paulo Dybala says he’s working hard on his right foot - “with one foot it’s easier for opponents to read you”. The Argentinian international is known for his cultured left foot, but the 23-year-old is aware he can’t simply rely on that. “I’m left-handed, I even brush my teeth with my left hand,” Dybala explained to Il Venerdì. “I take a pen every day and I try to write, but with my right foot, I put it between my big toe and the little one. “I work like a crazy person to have more sensitivity and ability. Not just that, I also train with my eyes; to see further, in different directions, to anticipate my opponents and see trajectories. “I’ve also started doing a lot of gym work, in Italy I’ve started learning to defend the ball. “[Gennaro] Gattuso, who was then the Palermo Coach, told me not to overdo the weights though, I don’t need to be Big Jim, the explosiveness in my legs is enough. “Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 360 goals, which is because he’s right-footed but also strong with his left. With one foot you’re easier to mark and it’s easier for opponents to read you. “In Italy the defenders don’t mess around, it’s a good school.” Dybala also discussed his life in Turin, which he sees as very different from Sicily and Palermo. “I don’t mind signing autographs or taking photos. Of course I can think of [Francesco] Totti, who I think of as a prisoner king. He can’t even move around in his city. “I noticed that there are different Italians when I came to the north, to Juve. At Palermo I lived in Mondello, I went bike riding, I’d go to the sea and the neighbours took care of me. “Even if my mum, Alicia, was there, whatever I was missing they’d be there. Turin is elegant and discreet, they leave you along but if you need sugar it’s pointless going to the neighbours, you’re better off just going straight to the supermarket. “We Argentines are affectionate, we need a family. So this reserved attitude was a bit difficult for me. “On the bus to the stadium, everyone puts their headphones in and listens to their songs, in Argentina we had a big speaker to blast out the music. It might be a bit ignorant, but it’s fun. “[Gianluigi] Buffon welcomed me to Juve last season. We were in trouble, four points from 10 games and we lost to Sassuolo, our fourth defeat. “Gigi spoke about humility, a sense of responsibility, shame for the bad performances. Right then I understood that Juve don’t apologise, and the code of winning never changes.” La Joya is known for his Gladiator mask celebration, and he explained how that came about. “It came from my mistake, in the Supercoppa final with Milan in Doha,” Dybala explained. “It wasn’t a nice time and I was disappointed, above all I was struggling to bounce back, I looked at the others and I felt guilty. “So I posted Michael Jordan’s quote: ‘I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed’. “The mask comes from Gladiator, a film I must have seen 30 times. In life you have to get up and fight. “I also understand though that there are unnecessary wars. They put me against [Lionel] Messi, in a confrontation, but I don’t have to dribble past him. He’s already done it all, I’m still doing it. “I want to win in the national team with Messi, not in place of him.”
  14. Bonucci Jr meets hero Belotti May 25, 2017 Leonardo Bonucci’s Torino-supporting son Lorenzo got to meet his hero, Andrea Belotti, after his reaction in the Juventus title party went viral. Bonucci has two sons and is a symbol of the Bianconeri throughout the world, yet eldest boy Lorenzo has chosen to support their city rivals Torino. The defender took him to a recent Granata game and the club sent him a special personalised jersey to wear. Lorenzo joined the other family members who walked out on to the Juventus Stadium pitch with their fathers last Sunday for the Scudetto ceremony. However, his face at being made to wear a Juventus kit was a picture that required no translation and quickly went viral. This evening, Bonucci made up for it by taking Lorenzo out to dinner for a meeting with his hero, Torino striker Belotti. “Tonight I really had fun, not like at the Scudetto party!” wrote Bonucci on Twitter and Instagram.