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FINAL

 

Wednesday, may 9th 2018 - 9:00 p.m. CET 

8.00 p.m. UK time - 7.00 p.m. GMT
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Referee: Antonio Damato

 

 

 

 

‘Juve are men with a capital M’

 

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May 10, 2018

 

Gianluigi Buffon claims Juventus have done in seven years ‘what only men with a capital M can do’ after yet more domestic glory.

 

Buffon captained Juve to a fourth consecutive Coppa Italia, courtesy of Wednesday’s 4-0 thrashing of Milan, while the Bianconeri are on the verge of lifting a seventh Scudetto in succession.

 

“I’m very proud because we’ve done in seven years what only men with a capital M can do,” the goalkeeper told JTV.

 

“It’s incredible. At one point in the season, we said, ‘if we want to be monsters, we have to win the Scudetto again try to win the Coppa Italia and the Champions League.’

 

“We didn’t succeed in the Champions League, but we still did something unimaginable.

 

“I’m also sorry if anyone who isn’t a sportsman and has never tried to stay in a group doesn’t know how many sacrifices, how much energy, how much tenacity and how much damnation it takes to win like we have. It really is incredible.

 

“Letting Marchisio lift the Coppa? It’s a fair gesture because ultimately, I had the honour of being the captain of this team for seven wonderful years, but there were other guys with me…

 

“Chiello raised the Coppa in previous years and this time around, I wanted Claudio, Barza [Barzagli] and Stephan [Lichtsteiner] to do it because they’ve made my job easier and they deserve huge credit, so I owed it to them.

 

“Scudetto? It’s not ours yet, but we’re on the right track. We’re close.”

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Juventus ran riot to beat blundering AC Milan 4-0 yesterday morning (Singapore time) in Rome's Stadio Olimpico and lift the Italian Cup for a fourth consecutive year.:sventola2::sventola2:

Juve are now poised to become the first Italian team to complete the league and cup double four years in a row after their 13th Italian Cup triumph.

Massimiliano Allegri's side are one point away from claiming a seventh consecutive Serie A title with two games to play and could seal it against Roma in the same stadium on Monday morning (Singapore time).

"It's not that Juve have to win, but I'm now unfortunately used to the idea that people take our victories for granted," said Allegri.

"Nothing is to be taken for granted.

"The lads had an extraordinary game and deserved this win. Now we have to ensure the Scudetto mathematically and enjoy this extraordinary season."

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14 ore fa, football10 ha scritto:

Juventus ran riot to beat blundering AC Milan 4-0 yesterday morning (Singapore time) in Rome's Stadio Olimpico and lift the Italian Cup for a fourth consecutive year.:sventola2::sventola2:

Juve are now poised to become the first Italian team to complete the league and cup double four years in a row after their 13th Italian Cup triumph.

Massimiliano Allegri's side are one point away from claiming a seventh consecutive Serie A title with two games to play and could seal it against Roma in the same stadium on Monday morning (Singapore time).

"It's not that Juve have to win, but I'm now unfortunately used to the idea that people take our victories for granted," said Allegri.

"Nothing is to be taken for granted.

"The lads had an extraordinary game and deserved this win. Now we have to ensure the Scudetto mathematically and enjoy this extraordinary season."

Thank you football10 and welcome to the first Juventus' forum in the world!  

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Nicchi hits back at De Laurentiis

 

 

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May 11, 2018

 

The head of the Italian referees’ association, Marcello Nicchi, hits back at Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis, hinting he could be charged by the FIGC.

 

The Partenopei patron claimed that if Maurizio Sarri’s side finish within six points of Juventus they’ll been robbed of the Scudetto, insisting officiating errors cost them eight points.

 

“In my opinion such statements aren’t worthy of any comment,” Nicchi, head of the AIA said on Radio Sportiva.

 

“The Federation’s prosecutor wants to evaluate the Napoli President’s statements.

 

“VAR? The balance is positive and everyone can see that, so much so that everyone wants to emulate us and is coming to study with us.

 

“If in 5 months we have achieved these important results, I think we can limit these few errors next year.

 

“I won’t say that it’ll get to no errors, but very close. It has brought serenity, justice and respect for the rules.”

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37th Matchday

 

Sunday, may 13th 2018 - 8:45 p.m. CET 

7.45 p.m. UK time - 6.45 p.m. GMT
Olimpico Stadium, Rome
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento

 

 

 

 

Juventus squad for Roma

 

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https://www.football-italia.net/121259/juventus-squad-roma

 

 

May 12, 2018

 

Juventus named their squad to face Roma in the penultimate round of the Serie A season.

 

It kicks off on Sunday at 20.45 CET - 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

 

Max Allegri has called everyone for the trip to Rome, including injured Giorgio Chiellini and Benedikt Höwedes.

 

That is so the entire squad can be ready for the Scudetto celebration, which will be sparked if they avoid defeat or even if Napoli fail to beat Sampdoria.

 

They already celebrated at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday evening after a 4-0 Coppa Italia Final victory over Milan.

 

Juventus squad for Roma: Buffon, Pinsoglio, Szczesny; De Sciglio, Lichtsteiner, Benatia, Barzagli, Rugani, Chiellini, Howedes, Alex Sandro; Khedira, Pjanic, Matuidi, Marchisio, Asamoah, Sturaro, Bentancur; Higuain, Dybala, Douglas Costa, Mandzukic, Bernardeschi

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37th Matchday

 

Sunday, may 13th 2018 - 8:45 p.m. CET 

7.45 p.m. UK time - 6.45 p.m. GMT
Olimpico Stadium, Rome
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento

 

 

 

 

Allegri: 'Napoli strong, Juve remarkable'
 
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May 12, 2018

 

Max Allegri praised Eusebio Di Francesco and Roma, insisted Napoli “deserve credit” for their season, but Juventus have been “remarkable.”

 

Roma-Juventus kicks off on Sunday at 20.45 CET - 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

 

The Bianconeri crushed Milan 4-0 on Wednesday evening at the Stadio Olimpico to win their fourth consecutive Coppa Italia and now return to the area, knowing a point against Roma will secure the Scudetto.

 

“It’s always Roma-Juventus, the stadium is practically full, they want to reach their target and so do we. I told the lads, if you want an extra week of rest, then you have to win tomorrow,” said Allegri in his Press conference.

 

“Before talking about how the season has been, let’s wait for the final game. We can talk about the Coppa Italia, won deservedly by the lads in a game that was balanced for 55 minutes, even if the sensation was the team was ready to step up a gear.

 

“Let’s not forget Juventus didn’t concede a goal in the five Coppa Italia matches, which was only achieved by Torino in 1942-43. I am happy with what we’ve done, we earned our first trophy and the lads deserved that.”

 

Gonzalo Higuain was surprisingly dropped in favour of Mario Mandzukic in that Coppa Italia Final.

 

“Higuain and Dybala will play tomorrow, then I’ll choose the others. I opted to have Higuain on the bench with Federico Bernardeschi for the Coppa Italia Final because it could’ve gone beyond 90 minutes. Higuain was a very important figure, as let’s not forget he scored the winners against Napoli and Inter.

 

“Wojciech Szczesny will start, not Gigi Buffon, while Juan Cuadrado is suspended, Benedikt Howedes and Giorgio Chiellini are injured. I still have to decide on Douglas Costa.

 

“When Mario Mandzukic comes off the bench, he’s a disaster. So either he’ll start or he’ll sit on the bench for the whole game. He’s been smiling a little more lately, as he’s going to the World Cup with Croatia…

 

“Roma are a strong side, with great technique, physicality and are well-coached. It wasn’t easy to come after Luciano Spalletti, above all to reach the Champions League semi-final.

 

“In his first year at a big club, I think Eusebio Di Francesco proved he is one of the best young Coaches in circulation.”

 

Allegri has been increasingly irritated at questions over Juventus style compared to Napoli, especially considering they’re on track to win the Scudetto thanks to a superior goal difference.

 

“Playing well or badly is relative, because the most difficult thing in the world is to win and combine it with good football. The season is made up of so many moments and incidents, ups and downs for teams and individuals, so you have to work towards the result.

 

“Nobody wants to play badly, but you have to make the most of the characteristics of the players at your disposal. Some Coaches are more suited to certain approaches, but the fact remains that when you’re at a big club, you have to win.

 

“I say that Juventus deserve credit for remaining calm after the defeat to Napoli. As things stand, they’ve still had an excellent season, keep improving their results and Sarri’s football is very pleasurable to watch. They’ve improved, as they won several games that they wouldn’t have won last year.

 

“They just happened to be up against a Juventus side that achieved remarkable results, but Napoli deserve praise for all they’ve done.”

 

President Aurelio De Laurentiis said Napoli would feel robbed of a Scudetto if they finished level on points with Juventus.

 

“I won’t reply to what the President said, because he can say what he wants. I think that in football you need a sense of balance and if we want to start a journey of civilising the whole environment, then we are responsible for what happens outside. We players, Coaches and Presidents are responsible for the attitude children have when they step on to the field.

 

“It’s an important step we must make, because otherwise we always talk and do very little, so that is wrong for the country.”

 

Juventus boss Max Allegri warned Roberto Mancini can’t be expected to “resolve every problem” with the Italy squad. “Football has to be restructured from the foundations.”

 

Multiple sources state Mancini will terminate his Zenit St Petersburg contract by mutual consent on Monday and sign for the Nazionale midweek.

 

“Mancini is a Coach who won a great deal, both within Italy and abroad, so he can be the right man,” Allegri said in a Press conference.

 

“The problem in Italy is that people think the CT of the Nazionale must resolve every problem. There are other things to be done that the CT on his own cannot resolve.

 

“Certain decisions need to be made for what the future of Italian football will be and they cannot be fixed in one day, even a year. Since 1970, Italy have always had good results, unfortunately this year we missed out on the World Cup, but it’s an aberration.

 

“The problem is not the Nazionale, it’s finding the solutions to ensure Italian football gets back to being what it was. First and foremost, we need passion and to make children fall in love with the sport again. In recent years, childhood obesity has soared in Italy and that’s terrifying. We need to get kids back into sport, all sport and not just football.

 

“Decisions must be made, even if they are unpopular. Football has to be restructured from the foundations.”

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37th Matchday

 

Sunday, may 13th 2018 - 8:45 p.m. CET 

7.45 p.m. UK time - 6.45 p.m. GMT
Olimpico Stadium, Rome
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento

 

 

 

 

Line-ups: Roma-Juventus
 
 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/121320/line-ups-roma-juventus

 

 

May 13, 2018

 

Juventus need only a point to secure the Scudetto and go all-out attack against a Roma side celebrating the Champions League spot.

 

It kicks off at 20.45 CET - 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT).

 

The Bianconeri were already celebrating at the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday when they beat Milan 4-0 to lift their fourth consecutive Coppa Italia.

 

They’re back in this arena again and can spark the Serie A title party with a seventh straight title.

 

Thanks to Inter losing against Sassuolo last night, Roma are already sure of a place in the Champions League next season and can enjoy the evening.

 

It’s a fine way to end a campaign that saw them reach the semi-final, losing only 7-6 on aggregate to Liverpool.

 

Juan Cuadrado is suspended, with Giorgio Chiellini and Benedikt Howedes injured, but Mattia De Sciglio returns at right-back with Federico Bernardeschi getting a rare start in attack.

 

He joins Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic in support of Gonzalo Higuain.

 

Eusebio Di Francesco has his usual 4-3-3, but misses Bruno Peres, Gregoire Defrel and Rick Karsdorp.

 

Kostas Manolas and Diego Perotti are back in the squad, but not 100 per cent fit, so Juan Jesus and Lorenzo Pellegrini step in.

Cengiz Under and Stephan El Shaarawy flank Edin Dzeko.

 

Juventus have won six of their last nine Serie A meetings with Roma, losing two, and in that period kept five clean sheets.

 

However, the Bianconeri have lost their last two trips to the Olimpico.

 

 

Roma: Alisson; Florenzi, Fazio, Juan Jesus, Kolarov; Pellegrini, De Rossi, Nainggolan; Under, Dzeko, El Shaarawy

 

Juventus: Szczesny; De Sciglio, Barzagli, Rugani, Alex Sandro; Khedira, Pjanic; Bernardeschi, Dybala, Mandzukic; Higuain

 

Ref: Tagliavento

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37th Matchday

 

Sunday, may 13th 2018 - 8:45 p.m. CET 

7.45 p.m. UK time - 6.45 p.m. GMT
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Referee: Paolo Tagliavento

 

 

 

 

First Half 0-0: Roma-Juventus
 
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May 13, 2018

 

HALF-TIME! Well, that was rather drab. Roma have been the better side but they've failed to break down Juventus, who have offered barely anything going forward and will surely get kicked into gear by Allegri at the break. 

 

Victory for Roma this evening would secure third-place in Serie A, ahead of arch-rivals Lazio. They need to improve too though, as their creativity in the final third has been very poor.

 

Meanwhile Juventus, for the third league game in a row, have performed very poorly in the first 45 minutes. They've responded in previous weeks to go on and win, so Allegri will expect similar, but a point is enough to hand the Old Lady their seventh Scudetto in a row.

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37th Matchday

                  

Sunday, may 13th 2018 - 8:45 p.m. CET 

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Juventus in Seventh Heaven!
 
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https://www.football-italia.net/SerieA/match/106734

 

 

May 13, 2018

 

Juventus have won a record seventh consecutive Serie A title after this stalemate away to 10-man Roma, who saw Radja Nainggolan sent off.

 

The Bianconeri needed only a point to secure their seventh straight Scudetto and were fresh from Wednesday’s 4-0 Coppa Italia Final hammering of Milan, which was also played at the Stadio Olimpico. Juan Cuadrado was suspended with Giorgio Chiellini and Benedikt Howedes injured, then Sami Khedira pulled out in the warm-up to make way for Blaise Matuidi. The Giallorossi had already secured their Champions League spot, but missed Kostas Manolas, Diego Perotti, Gregoire Defrel and Bruno Peres.

 

The hosts had a more aggressive start, but Edin Dzeko blasted over from a promising position and Radja Nainggolan’s finishing also left something to be desired.

 

Cengiz Under saw his effort charged down by Daniele Rugani and Lorenzo Pellegrini turned the follow-up over, while Paulo Dybala rushed a potentially interesting counter-attack.

 

Alex Sandro was booked for hauling down Cengiz Under, who surprisingly out-sprinted him, and Aleksandar Kolarov’s free kick hit the side-netting.

 

Straight after the restart, Dybala had the ball in the net with a splendid left-foot volley, but only after he was flagged marginally offside.

 

Aleksandar Kolarov’s effort took a huge deflection off Miralem Pjanic to land on the roof of the net.

 

Radja Nainggolan received two yellow cards in the space of five minutes and left Roma down to 10 men for the final 20 minutes.

 

Nonetheless, Juve still didn’t really get a shot on goal, although Dybala did have penalty appeals when going down under a Juan Jesus nudge.

 


 
Roma: Alisson; Florenzi, Fazio, Juan Jesus, Kolarov; Pellegrini (Gonalons 73), De Rossi (Strootman 82), Nainggolan; Under (Schick 81), Dzeko, El Shaarawy
 
Juventus: Szczesny; De Sciglio, Barzagli, Rugani, Alex Sandro; Matuidi, Pjanic; Bernardeschi (Douglas Costa 66), Dybala, Mandzukic (Bentancur 81); Higuain
 
Ref: Tagliavento
 

Sent off: Nainggolan 68 (R)

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May 13, 2018

 

Juventus have won the Scudetto for a record-breaking seventh season in a row, one of the longest winning runs in Europe.

 

The Bianconeri drew 0-0 with Roma this evening to mathematically take the Serie A title.

 

Juve’s latest triumph means they extend their own record-breaking run of consecutive titles, with the previous record standing at five.

 

The Old Lady took five in a row in the 1930s, with Il Grande Torino achieving the same feat in the 1940s before the entire team was tragically killed in the Superga disaster.

 

Inter also won five Scudetti on the spin, though the 2005-06 title was awarded to them as part of the Calciopoli scandal after Roberto Mancini’s men had initially finished third.

 

Juventus’ latest win means they have one of the longest title winning streaks in Europe, with BATE Borisov currently way out in front on 12.

 

Basel’s eight season winning run came to an end this season when Young Boys took the Swiss title, while Olympiakos’ record of seven was halted by AEK Athens.

 

That means the Bianconeri are tied for second place in terms of the longest league winning runs in Europe.


Celtic won the Scottish Premiership for a seventh season in a row this year, while Ludogorets Razgrad achieved the same feat in Bulgaria.

 

In the Welsh Premier League, The New Saints have also won the title for seven years in a row.

 

Juventus still have some way to go to get close to Europe’s longest-ever winning run, which is shared by Lincoln Red Imps and Skonto Riga.

 

Lincoln won the Gibraltarian league for 14 seasons in a row between 2002-03 and 2015-16, while Skonto achieved the same feat in Latvia between 1991 and 2004.

 

Retaining the Scudetto also means the Bianconeri move into joint-sixth in terms of official league titles.

 

Their total of 34 matches Belgian side Anderlecht, lifting them above both Sparta Prague and Ajax.

 

Scottish side Rangers currently hold the European record for most titles on 54, followed by Linfield [52], Celtic [49], Olympiakos [44] and Benfica [36].

 

Juventus themselves count 36 Scudetti, as the club includes the 2004-05 and 2005-06 titles which were revoked in the Calciopoli scandal.

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May 13, 2018

 

Massimiliano Allegri believes Juventus got the better of Napoli by remaining “calm and not getting overwhelmed by enthusiasm.”

 

The Bianconeri were trailing for much of the season, and only a month ago were one point clear, but secured the Scudetto with a round to spare thanks to this evening’s 0-0 draw at Roma.

 

“I am happy because the lads closed this chapter and we have another week to rest. It’s been really tough and we have to compliment Napoli, as they kept the pressure on to the end and won at Sampdoria this evening,” Allegri told Mediaset Premium.

 

“We work hard, but when it’s time to celebrate after four extraordinary years, it’s right that everyone celebrates. It’s for everyone we worked with at the training ground, the fans too, but the lads are the real protagonists.

 

“I always thank the players and am sure that it’s easier to achieve objectives with a group of men with these values. It’s not easy to keep the right mentality just a few days after winning the Coppa Italia Final.”

 

This was not only the seventh straight Scudetto for Juventus, but also the fourth consecutive Double with the Coppa Italia.

 

“Motivation is always there at Juventus. Next year, there will be some players leaving, others arriving, and the objective will be to be in the running for every objective in March again.

 

“You have to work on yourself and find the motivation within yourself too, setting personal targets as well as those for the group.

“It’s a wonderful feeling, as it’s never easy to win. There are players here who won all seven titles and deserve Saturday’s salute in front of their home fans. We want to celebrate all together in Turin.”

 

Allegri was asked where Juve different from Napoli and he seemed to point towards the wild celebrations at the airport after the Partenopei won in Turin, followed rapidly by a 3-0 defeat at Fiorentina.

 

“I think the greatest strength was keeping calm in all situations. You reach the final objective with one small step at a time. If you get overwhelmed by enthusiasm, you’re going to collapse three days later.

 

“If you have too many surges and dips of mood, you’re not going to win. Balance is crucial.”

 

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Chiellini: 'Napoli celebrated too early'
 
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https://www.football-italia.net/121336/chiellini-napoli-celebrated-too-early

 

 

May 13, 2018

 

Giorgio Chiellini mocked Napoli for “celebrating too early” and not showing Juventus enough respect after a seventh straight Scudetto.

 

The defender did not play this evening due to an injury, but took part in the Scudetto celebrations and got a few things off his chest.

 

“A wonderful and important season comes to a close, yet we don’t get the credit we deserve for what we have achieved,” Chiellini told Mediaset Premium.

 

“We are writing pages in the history books that can never be repeated. We must thank those who motivate us continually, as every year we want to keep winning.

 

“We might be hard to kill, ugly, old, whatever, but we still always win. We’ve achieved something incredible.”

 

A few weeks ago, Juve were 2-1 down at Inter and feared Napoli overtaking them, yet they fought back to win 3-2 at San Siro and the next day the Partenopei were beaten 3-0 at Fiorentina.

 

“We feared losing it in Milan, in the second half, but all those who criticised us were really just firing us up. They shouldn’t try to hurt our pride. That’s like a precious serum for us.

 

“Too many people lacked respect, now we can get a few things off our chest. We are the best. In life you need to show respect and they celebrated too early. And at the end of the day, we’re always the ones celebrating.

 

“Juventus lose Finals because we play Finals, whereas others choose to go out in the Round of 16 or the quarters. Every now and then it’s only right to make things clear.”

 

Chiellini also seemed to confess that Gianluigi Buffon will retire at the end of the season.

 

“I’ll miss Gigi a lot, but this team has always been able to find new motivation and new leaders. We must do the same next year. I have my style in the locker room and I’ll certainly bring it with me.”

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https://www.football-italia.net/121454/juve-fans-launch-kit-petition

 

 

May 16, 2018

 

Almost 15,000 Juventus fans have signed a petition for the black patch beneath the Jeep logo on the club’s new home shirt to be removed.

 

Juve confirmed the patch would return to their home jersey for next season, prompting not only one supporter to take matters into his own hands by creating a Change.org petition to have the strip alternated but also 11,300 to sign it.

 

“It seemed that with the 17-18 home shirt, the use of a sponsor patch on Juventus kits was finally abandoned,” it read.

 

“Well, from what appear to be the official leaks of the shirt next season, it seems Adidas and Juventus have inexplicably decided to retrace their steps, re-proposing it for the next season.

 

“The general discontent hasn’t been slow to arrive, and most of its feedback has tended to be negative.

 

“We ask Adidas and Juventus to review their idea and use the same typology used on the 17-18 shirts in order to avoid an excessive loss of potential buyers. #noPatch.”

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Capello: ‘Juventus can get eight’

 

 

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May 16, 2018

 

Fabio Capello warns “the Juventus cycle is not over” and they could win an eighth Scudetto in a row next season.

 

The Bianconeri have extended their own record run by securing this season’s title with a game to spare, not to mention winning a fourth Coppa Italia in a row.

 

However, Gianluigi Buffon will retire at the end of the season, while Kwadwo Asamoah and Stephan Lichtsteiner will leave, leading some to suggest a changing of the guard could see the Old Lady slip.

 

“I agree with those who say the Juventus cycle is not over,” Capello told Corriere dello Sport.

 

“Their rivals remain a long way behind and I think the Bianconeri can win an eighth Scudetto in a row, because in football what counts is organisation and desire that can never be satisfied.”

 

Capello won two Scudetti when he was on the bench in Turin, but those were later revoked in the Calciopoli scandal.

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Allegri: Juve stay ‘very likely’. Buffon the best ever
 

 

https://www.football-italia.net/121532/allegri-juve-stay-‘very-likely’

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May 18, 2018

 

Max Allegri says it is ‘very likely’ that he will remain Juventus’ Coach and that he will start planning for next season ‘next week’.

Allegri is reportedly one of the names Arsenal want to replace Arsene Wenger, but the 50-year-old gave his biggest indication yet – before Juve’s final game of the season against Verona on Sunday – that he would be sticking with the Bianconeri.

 

“The likelihood that I’ll stay at Juve? Very high,” the Coach said at a Press conference.

 

“I’ll meet the club and start planning for the future next week. If we don’t concede a goal tomorrow, we’ll be the least-beaten team in Italian football history."

 

Real Madrid and Liverpool both reached the Champions League final without competing for the domestic title, are Juve too focused on Serie A?

 

"Juventus always fight to reach all their objectives. We play every three days, and it’s only right that we go on like this.

 

"It's in the DNA of a great team, if you go out of the Champions League early or fall behind in the League then you lower your motivation and the season becomes a slog.

 

"Juventus will have to do it again next year. The eighth Scudetto will be even more difficult, as will a fifth Coppa Italia but they're not unattainable, we just have to raise the bar.

 

“It’s stimulating to be on track for every objective. Each of my four years here have been different to each other.

 

“The first saw us grow a lot in self-esteem, including the Champions League Final and Coppa Italia victory.

 

“The second saw us make an incredible comeback, with 25 wins out of 26, the Champions League quarter-finals and another Coppa.

 

“The third was a Scudetto of consistency, while this one was the most beautiful.

 

"We duelled with Napoli who had an extraordinary season and we have to compliment them for that.

 

"They reached their record points total and can still get to 91 points. Napoli can reach 91 points and Juventus can reach 95. That's a great result for both Juventus and Napoli.

 

“That said, I think it's a question of respect. Those who don't compliment Juventus do not, I think, have any respect for the work the players have done in the past four years and this year.

 

"You can't question it, because the best team always wins the League.

 

"You can't compare a team that has won seven Scudetti, four Coppe Italia and reached two Champions League finals to one which has done great things, got great results, but hasn't even reached a final.

 

“This season we’ve played 53 games and named 51 teams. These are important numbers and we’ve achieved results even in times of difficulty. I have to thank [the squad].

 

“Would you be surprised if some players asked to leave? I don’t know, Lichtsteiner and Asamoah, who have done so much for us, are already leaving.

 

“There’s a mess in every dressing room. Whoever stays will have to know that we’ll be going again for an important season in July.

 

“Players with character, who want to work and win, will arrive. Those with less of those things can acquire them at Juve, who are one of the eight biggest clubs in Europe.

 

“However, acquiring them is difficult. Working to make Juventus history is our objective. Without sacrifice, you don’t win.”

 

Max Allegri claims Gianluigi Buffon is ‘the best goalkeeper ever’ and admits he has ‘enjoyed the difficult moments more’ in his Juventus reign.

 

Buffon will play his final game for Juve on Saturday when they host relegated Verona in Serie A, while Allegri has guided the Bianconeri to a fourth-straight domestic double, despite being taken down to the wire by Napoli.

 

“For Gigi, it’ll be a historic day and tomorrow we’ll think about celebrating,” continued the Coach at a Press conference.

 

“After that, he’ll decide what to do. We have to celebrate the Scudetto and Coppa Italia first, as well as his 20 years at Juventus. He’s a champion, and I think he’s the best goalkeeper ever.

 

“Why we deserve to win so much? I’m proud of the fact that the team have come to win with me.

 

“The only credit lies with the players. As for myself, I sometimes helped them lose. I enjoy the difficult moments more.

 

“Monotony makes me lose my worst feature: cleaning up a mess. With a strong club like Juventus, it’s easier to win, which is always extraordinary.

 

“After Napoli, I was no longer considered good enough. Everyone gave [the title] to them. That was the most beautiful week of the season for us.

 

“We stayed grounded, with the belief that they’d drop points. Higuain? He was decisive with his goal at San Siro against Inter.

 

“Marchisio? It’s normal to be a substitute, he did his bit and it doesn’t mean a player should be put up for discussion.

 

“Next season more difficult? We say the same thing every year: new stimuli are always needed: a bit comes ‘from inside’ and a bit comes ‘from the outside’. Everyone’s ready to beat you every season.

 

“What can change my mind about staying? I don’t see anything that could. The club would be the first to know anything.

 

“Squad? "Cuadrado and Bernardeschi won’t make it. Buffon and Lichtsteiner will play, as well as two of Barzagli, Benatia and Rugani.

 

“After that, it’s out of Alex Sandro, Marchisio, Sturaro, Pjanic and Bentancur and then Higuain or Mandzukic with Dybala and Douglas Costa and [substitute goalkee[er Pinsoglio at the end.

 

“Our style? One of passion, sacrifice and hard work. We’ve had this DNA for 100 years, and I think it’s very important.

 

“Our standout performance? In London [against Tottenham Hotspur], you saw the difference when the ball goes in and doesn’t, the ruthlessless with which we attacked…

 

“Why should I stay after winning everything? I always have gains to make. After Koulibaly’s goal, we worked all week, knowing Napoli would drop points.”

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Bernardeschi out injured for Juve
 
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https://www.football-italia.net/121554/bernardeschi-out-injured-juve

 

 

May 18, 2018

 

Federico Bernardeschi is out of the final Juventus match of the season against Verona, as his tendonitis has flared up again.

 

It kicks off on Saturday at 15.00 CET - 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT).

 

This will be Gianluigi Buffon’s final match in a Bianconeri jersey.

 

Stephan Lichtsteiner and Kwadwo Asamoah have also announced they are moving on this summer.

 

Juventus squad for Verona: Buffon, De Sciglio, Chiellini, Benatia, Pjanic, Khedira, Cuadrado, Marchisio, Higuain, Dybala, Douglas Costa, Alex Sandro, Matuidi, Barzagli, Pinsoglio, Mandzukic, Howedes, Asamoah, Szczesny, Rugani, Lichtsteiner, Sturaro, Bentancur

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Juventus seek clean sheet record
 
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https://www.football-italia.net/121579/juventus-seek-clean-sheet-record

 

 

May 19, 2018

 

Juventus can set a new Serie A clean sheet record if they don’t concede against Verona this afternoon.

 

The Bianconeri have managed 22 games this season without conceding, which has already equalled the record.

 

Juve themselves achieved that feat in both 2013-14 and 2015-16, and Milan managed it in 1993-94, when Serie A was still 18 teams.

 

That record is all the more remarkable given the Old Lady started the season looking unusually shaky.

 

In the first 13 weeks of the season, Juventus kept five clean sheets, conceding a total of 14 Serie A goals.

 

That run culminated in a 3-2 defeat at Sampdoria, and since then they’ve conceded only a further nine goals in 24 games.

 

That defence has been the foundation of the Bianconeri’s seven Scudetti in a row, with 143 clean sheets over the past seven seasons.

 

That’s 47 more than any team has managed in the same period, and today Serie A’s best defence faces the league’s worst attack, with Verona managing only 29 goals in 38 games.

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Juventus seek clean sheet record
 
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https://www.football-italia.net/121592/line-ups-juventus-verona

 

 

May 19, 2018

 

Gianluigi Buffon and Stephan Lichtsteiner start their final matches in the Juventus jersey, as they take on Hellas Verona in Turin.

 

It kicks off at 15.00 CET - 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT).

 

This is not only a chance to celebrate the seventh consecutive Scudetto and fourth Coppa Italia on the trot, it is also the time to wave an emotional goodbye to some of the stars that made it happen.

 

Captain Buffon is ready to move on after 17 years in Turin, though has not yet decided if he’ll hang up his gloves or go abroad for one last adventure.

 

Lichtsteiner is also in the starting XI and is expected to move to Germany, while Kwadwo Asamoah is in negotiations with Inter.

 

Hellas Verona are waving farewell to Serie A after just one season in the top flight, as their relegation was sealed a couple of weeks ago.

 

Coach Fabio Pecchia is without Moise Kean (who is on loan from Juve), Mattia Valoti, Matteo Bianchetti, Simone Calvano and Seung-Woo Lee.

 

Juventus: Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Rugani, Alex Sandro; Marchisio, Pjanic, Sturaro; Dybala, Mandzukic, Douglas Costa

 

Juventus bench: Pinsoglio, Szczesny, De Sciglio, Chiellini, Benatia, Khedira, Cuadrado, Higuain, Matuidi, Asamoah, Howedes, Bentancur

 

Verona: Nicolas; Romulo, Caracciolo, Ferrari, Souprayen; Aarons, Fossati, Danzi, Fares; Matos, Cerci

 

Verona bench: Silvestri, Coppola, Verde, F Zuculini, Bearzotti, Petkovic, Felicioli

 

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HT 0-0: Dybala rattles Verona
 
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https://www.football-italia.net/121597/ht-dybala-rattles-verona

 

 

May 19, 2018

 

Gianluigi Buffon waves goodbye, Stephan Lichtsteiner almost scores an own goal and Stephan Lichtsteiner risks an own goal in Juventus-Verona.

 

Not only was it the chance to celebrate a seventh straight Scudetto and fourth edition of the Coppa Italia in a row, it was also the farewell match for Juve legend Buffon after 17 years at the club. Stephan Lichtsteiner and Kwadwo Asamoah are also making their final appearances.

 

Buffon had to make his first save of the match after 15 minutes, beating away a curler after Mohamed Fares squirmed between two defenders.

 

Stephan Lichtsteiner also tried to mark his farewell match with a goal, but fired over the bar, and Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala aimed too close to Nicolas.

 

Dybala also drilled just wide, but Lichtsteiner risked an own goal by nodding a corner past the near post. Nicolas kept out both a Douglas Costa angled drive and fingertipped the Mario Mandzukic volley out from under the bar.

 

Dybala was unlucky not to open the scoring on 39 minutes with a delightful lob from a very tricky angle, but it bounced off the underside of the crossbar.

 

Mandzukic continued to waste chances, scuffing off target with only Nicolas to beat, but Stefano Sturaro limped off with an injury.

 

 

Juventus: Buffon; Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Rugani, Alex Sandro; Marchisio, Pjanic, Sturaro (Bentancur 44); Dybala, Mandzukic, Douglas Costa

 

Verona: Nicolas; Romulo, Caracciolo, Ferrari, Souprayen; Aarons, Fossati, Danzi, Fares; Matos, Cerci

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Buffon bows out with Juventus victory
 
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May 19, 2018

 

Gianluigi Buffon and Stephan Lichtsteiner waved goodbye to Juventus with a 2-1 victory over relegated Hellas Verona.

 

Not only was it the chance to celebrate a seventh straight Scudetto and fourth edition of the Coppa Italia in a row, it was also the farewell match for Juve legend Buffon after 17 years at the club. Stephan Lichtsteiner and Kwadwo Asamoah are also making their final appearances.

 

Buffon had to make his first save of the match after 15 minutes, beating away a curler after Mohamed Fares squirmed between two defenders.

 

Stephan Lichtsteiner also tried to mark his farewell match with a goal, but fired over the bar, and Mario Mandzukic and Paulo Dybala aimed too close to Nicolas.

 

Dybala also drilled just wide, but Lichtsteiner risked an own goal by nodding a corner past the near post. Nicolas kept out both a Douglas Costa angled drive and fingertipped the Mario Mandzukic volley out from under the bar.

 

Dybala was unlucky not to open the scoring on 39 minutes with a delightful lob from a very tricky angle, but it bounced off the underside of the crossbar.

 

Mandzukic continued to waste chances, scuffing off target with only Nicolas to beat, but Stefano Sturaro limped off with an injury.

 

Juve opened the scoring at the dawn of the second half, as Douglas Costa’s low drive went through a sea of legs and Nicolas could only parry it into the path of Daniele Rugani for the tap-in.

 

Soon after, Miralem Pjanic curled a trademark free kick over the wall and in at the near post to double their advantage.

 

The moment everyone was waiting for came at the 64th minute. Carlo Pinsoglio made his Juventus debut and Buffon left the field wearing this jersey for the last time. He went to hug every teammate, every member of staff, waved at the crowd until he got to the bench, rested his head back and sighed with eyes close. His work at Juventus is done.

 

Gonzalo Higuain came on and his header looped over the bar from a smart Dybala assist, but Verona weren’t there to be sacrificial lambs.

 

Alessio Cerci ruined their chances of making history by becoming the first side to keep 23 clean sheets in a single Serie A season. He got in front of Rugani to redirect a low Romulo cross from the right into the far bottom corner.

 

Marchisio’s snapshot was beaten away and Bearzotti charged down a Mandzukic effort with his arm for a penalty. The crowd called for Lichtsteiner to take it, but his spot-kick in his final game for Juventus wasn’t quite up to scratch and parried by Nicolas.

 


 
Juventus: Buffon (Pinsoglio 64); Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Rugani, Alex Sandro; Marchisio, Pjanic, Sturaro (Bentancur 44); Dybala, Mandzukic, Douglas Costa (Higuain 66)
 
Verona: Nicolas; Romulo, Caracciolo (Bearzotti 46), Ferrari, Souprayen; Aarons (Zuculini 62), Fossati, Danzi, Fares; Matos (Petkovic 80), Cerci
 
Ref: Pinzani
 

Saved penalty: Lichtsteiner 84 (J)

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Napoli: 'Juve players offensive'
 
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May 19, 2018

 

Napoli released a statement slamming Juventus players for “shameful and offensive” behaviour during their Scudetto celebrations.

 

The Bianconeri lifted the Serie A trophy along with the Coppa Italia today and then went on an open bus tour around the city.

 

During this event, some players including Blaise Matuidi and Douglas Costa made live Instagram videos that caught some distasteful banners.

 

There was a shirt that read ‘Napoli ****’ but above all cut-outs of coffin lids in Napoli colours with Lorenzo Insigne’s name on it.

 

“We are truly appalled by the shameful and offensive attitude shown by some of the Juventus players today,” read a statement from the official Napoli Twitter account.

 

“These are serious gestures that offend the dignity of a people and of a Neapolitan like Insigne. It is unacceptable.”

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May 19, 2018

 

There are six Juventus fans injured, two in serious condition, after their bus accidentally struck power lines during the Scudetto parade.

 

The team was on a different open top bus going through the streets of Turin this evening to celebrate winning the Serie A title and Coppa Italia.

 

According to news agency AGI, there are two ‘code red’ injured in hospital and four with minor injuries after the incident.

 

It’s claimed the unofficial bus full of ultras from the ‘Tradizione’ group tried to get too close to the team bus and accidentally bumped the tram lines that hang across the street in Corsa Grosseto, on the intersection with Via Chiesa della Salute.

 

It's reported one of the seriously injured ultras is a 38-year-old Italian and the other a 63-year-old Irish supporter.

 

Fortunately, there was no power in the tram lines at the time of contact, but they are believed to have suffered head and neck injuries.

 

This was the first Juventus open top bus parade for four years.

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Despite clinching a third successive European title just five days ago,
the Frenchman's tenure at the Santiago Bernabeu is at an end

 

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May 31, 2018

 

Zinedine Zidane has announced that he is leaving Real Madrid less than a week after guiding them to an unprecedented third successive Champions League title.

The club revealed on Thursday that Zidane was to appear in a hastily arranged news conference that caught many by surprise, fuelling speculation that his tenure at the Santiago Bernabeu could be coming to an end.

Zidane confirmed his departure at the start of the news briefing, just five days after he presided over the 3-1 Champions League final win over Liverpool .

"I have decided not to be Real Madrid coach next season," said Zidane, who was joined by club president Florentino Perez.

"I spoke to Florentino yesterday [Wednesday] to tell him my thoughts, my feelings. I know it's a strange moment for everyone involved, but I think it's the right decision.

"I think this team needs to keep winning but I think after three years a change is needed, something different, a different message, different ways of going about things.

"That's why I decided to take this decision. It's a club I love and I love the president too, he brought me to this huge club and I will always be grateful, but I think a change is needed so I will not be here next season."

Even European success, which he also managed in each of his first two seasons in charge of the team, has not been enough to persuade him to prolong his spell.

Madrid's third-place La Liga finish is likely the major factor in Zidane's departure, as Los Blancos ended the season 17 points adrift of bitter rivals and champions Barcelona.

He did, however, confirm that he was not pushed out of the exit door.

"It's my decision," he said. "For many people, this will not make sense, but it does for me. It's time for a change.

"There have been tough times, in the Copa del Rey notably, and I don’t forget those. This club is in my heart. It ended well for me when I was a player and it’s ended well for me as a manager."

Zidane was appointed as Real Madrid boss in January 2016 and took charge of Madrid 149 times. He won 105 of those games, and as well as three Champions League titles, he also enjoyed success in La Liga in 2016-17.

 

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