fabio miretti JUVENTUS

The marvel of Miretti

8 April 2022

With the season expectations now narrowed to 4th spot in the table, with sole remaining potential for silverware in the coppa italia, many minds are moving to the Summer. When great hope abounds of further widespread renovation of the squad. Given the large bail-out bundle of cash injected by EXOR to manage our debts and […]

I hope I am wrong…

25 March 2022

The announcement from Arrivabene came as no major shock in it’s general message, though the explanation and details have led to much debate of how both the club and agent(s) involved have handled the affair. Before getting into the key points of the rumblings, mumblings, condemnations, support and horror, it seems prudent to look at […]

Juve mutterings (back from the brink)

17 December 2021

I have been out of sorts of late, due to an unexpected, certainly unwelcome, yet ultimately unavoidable motorcycle accident involving a three vehicle pile up in my intended direction of travel. Which has led to…a rather testing time all round. Throughout which however, supine demanded on a hospital bed, I kept track of Juve. Even […]

Open thread…Juve mutterings.

13 November 2021

First on the agenda must be Dejan Kulusevski. Who is rumoured to be on his way out, with none other than our old friend Paratici apparently eager to try pluck him from Turin and offer him a chance to shine in London. Arsenal also are in the mix, so say the usual suspects. This talk […]

Juve 1-0 Roma

Juventus 1-0 Roma

19 October 2021

This game provided us many a question mark going into it. From team selection, to formation, and so on. As things solidified, the dust cleared, and we took to the pitch. It could’ve been anyone’s match. Mad Max once again showed his tactical prowess. Showing that the sum of your parts can be far more […]

Paratici, Cherubini and Agnelli

The Paratici Legacy

14 October 2021

We sit in 7th after a haphazard start to the campaign which many of us felt so positive towards before the first game of the season. For Paratici had gone! Pirlo had gone! And yet then Ronaldo left in the final flurry, which most of us tried to look past, clung onto the hope that […]

juventus v Sampdoria

Juve v Samp

25 September 2021

With results of late showing signs of promise and most of the squad fit and fairly sharp, Juve welcome Roberto D’Aversa’s Sampdoria side to Turin in the hope of finding more elusive and hugely needed points. Samp sit in 13th currently, with one win, two draws and one loss, mirroring our own feckless form. Last […]

Spezia v Juventus

Spezia 2-3 Juventus – a classic relegation 6 pointer!

22 September 2021

Despite the dire state of our league position, both before and after, I was encouraged by the performance against AC. For whilst they were missing a few players, they are a team in superb form, with their away record certain confirmation of a settled system and deep imbued hardiness. For 45 minutes we actually looked […]

malmo v juventus

Malmo v Juventus (champions league)

14 September 2021

Preview We welcome back all the south american contingent to the squad – other than Arthur – and no doubt also to the first XI, as we head to Sweden to open our CL campaign against Malmo. The season has been appalling thus far. 1 point from 3 games. Glaring individual errors from our Pole […]

moise kean juventus

The return of the prodigal son…

7 September 2021

Whilst the mercato window closed shut with no last minute addition to the troublesome midfield area, or any serious challenge to the long jaded Sandro, this summer we did make one major signing other than the protracted Locatelli deal. As a former juventino was returned to the fold… Moise Kean was by far the most […]