What’s next, Juve? (Part I)

1 March 2021

We witness the funny and historic moment of Juventini finally admitting that Juve may not win the Scudetto, may not knock out Porto, may not qualify for CL at all. Who would have thought that Sarri`s tenure would be a blessing compared Pirlo`s. Well, some of us were skeptical about changing coaches in august, with […]

A Toast To The Future Kids!

12 February 2021

Greetings, salutations, and Happy New Year! Albeit, belated. I hope this installation of my manic musings finds you and yours happy and healthy. I’ve finally carved out a pinch of time to haphazardly scribble some thoughts down on our beloved.  Away we go! Over the last decade, we’ve made quite a lovely habit of winning. […]

A gulf of class?

7 February 2021

I watch more premier league football than any other domestic competition. Makes sense given my upbringing is very much english and despite finding myself marooned here in Melbourne for the last decade, I have not lost that part of my nature and nurture, steadfastly consuming MOTD every weekend, and keeping abreast with the major happenings. […]

Juventus 0-3 Fiorentina…Any real surprise?

22 December 2020

Juan saw red, the rest of the side huffed, puffed and yet did far more to lose than win the game…with even our evergreen gilded superstar rather out of sorts. More to come…

Mes Que Un Partido, Round 2

9 December 2020

The Low Down: Of all the football joints in all the world, yesterday the historic, massive, and generally imposing Camp Nou was the scene of a mugging. A mugging that began almost immediately. In contrast to the sort of outcome Spanish fans have long been accustomed to witnessing, once Gigi Buffon, Cristiano Ronaldo, Weston McKennie, […]


Juventus vs Ferencvaros Player Ratings

5 November 2020

In a match that should have been as easy as one might have perceived, the scoreline was a bit flattering for the old lady on the night. It could have been much closer. It was nice to see Ronaldo in his first Champions League outing of the season, and for some others to get some […]


Juventus Vs Barcelona Match Preview

27 October 2020

By: Travis M. Gallardo Juventus Coming off a nervy draw at the weekend to a thorny Hellas Verona side, Juve will look to make amends once again midweek in the Champions League. As Pirlo himself said about the Verona and Barcelona ties, “They’re two completely different games, with two different styles of play.” Safe to […]

Chiesa Juventus

Juve Mercato Analysis (Indonesian translation)

19 October 2020

Berakhirnya Jendela Transfer… Akhirnya berakhir sudah masa jendela transfer yang selalu penuh intrik bak sirkus. Kini semua rumor mulai mereda dan penggawa Juventus dapat memulai musim dengan tenang. Sebelum saya memulai analisa saya, sambil sesekali melirik ke arah layar macbook agar terlihat peduli dengan zoom meeting pekerjaan yang diikuti kurang lebih 20 orang, pikiran saya […]

TIM Primavera Coppa Final 15/16 Juventus v Inter

TIM Primavera Coppa Final 15/16 Juventus v Inter

7 April 2016

After last season’s total failure in all competitions, primavera boss Fabio Grosso has turned the tables this term, not only leading his young charges to top spot in the league campaign but recently achieving victory in the prestigious Viareggio tournament. And now, with one piece of silverware already collected, the U19 side has the chance to […]

Juventus 1-0 Sassuolo Match Report

Juventus 1-0 Sassuolo Match Report

12 March 2016

Match Analysis Sassuolo, even absent of Berardi and Defrel, were always going to provide stern opposition. They are a carefully and successfully run club, with a strong focus on youth and maintaining an overwhelmingly Italian nature to their side. Di Francesco has overseen their development into a team deservedly challenging for a top six position through […]