At the beginning, you were often compared to Guardiola, but it doesn’t seem that the comparison holds. The Catalan [Guardiola] didn’t coach his old teammates.
At the end, to have to coach some friends was a problem. I always (Read more...)
With the genuinely surprising amount of speculation over Diego’s future at Juventus in the media these days, I’ve decided to show a little love to one of my favourites. I find it very difficult to believe that anyone who’s watched Diego at some point last season can’t say he’s tried (Read more...)
♦ Will he stay, or will he go? Trezeguet’s ten-year relationship with Juventus might finally come to an end this summer after his latest decision to “step back” from wearing the captain’s armband in the Bianconeri’s first pre-season match against the Trentino Amateurs. Photos and more news after the jump.
Never a dull moment in the mercato with Trezeguet around. Seemingly certainly headed out for what, the 7th mercato in a row, it appears Trez could end up finishing the last year of his (very large) contract with Juventus.
Juventus are considering taking David Trezeguet off the transfer market at (Read more...)
While most fans would have liked Amauri to be sold, it looks likely that he will remain. It’ll be interesting to see what happens, though I’m not as opposed to the move as I was one month or three months ago. First, the coach is Delneri, a man who he (Read more...)
On the fourth day of their pre-season training, which took place Tuesday, Marotta was on hand to watch Siena-bound holding midfielder Luca Marrone and co-owned forward Davide Lanzafame shine in an 11-a-side mini-match on a 50 metre field. Lanzafame coolly finished in on goal against Manninger, whereas Marrone unleashed a (Read more...)
As many of you know, the group began it’s pre-season training on July 3rd and will remain in Pinzolo until the 18th. The team will practice twice a day, first at 9:30am then again at 4:30pm, when they aren’t playing any friendlies. So far there are two scheduled, one on (Read more...)