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Juventus and Inter prepare for tense Derby d’Italia

Inter Milan will visit the Allianz Stadium on Sunday evening as Antonio Conte returns to the place where he won three league titles in a row. The usual questions would have been about what kind of welcome Conte would get from the home fans but this game will be played

Emre Can – Turning his blues to Black and Yellow

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Written by Adibir Singh Many fans around Europe seem to have forgotten the name ‘Emre Can’ in the last few seasons. From being one of the top upcoming talents in Germany to becoming a fringe player amongst a star-studded Juventus side- Can’s decline since leaving Liverpool in the summer of 2018 has

The Left-Overs – Experienced Free agents in the lookout for clubs

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Written by Manutd_analysis This summer managers around Europe had the chance to snap up some elite talent on free transfers. The names that come directly to mind are top players such as Adrien Rabiot, Aaron Ramsey, Ander Herrera, and Diego Godin. These players went to some of the best clubs in the

Matthijs de Ligt’s incredible journey to Juventus

Juventus have pulled off the transfer coup of the summer by signing Dutch wunderkind Matthijs de Ligt from Ajax in a €75million deal. The 19-year-old was the hottest property in world football and they saw off ferocious competition from Barcelona, PSG and Manchester United to capture his signature. It came

Hakim Ziyech Transfer Column | Part Two

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Giving credence to the idea that the prospect of signing a player of the ilk of Hakim Ziyech is an anomaly is not far-fetched, considering the juncture at which the transfer market stands. In a climate which coerces teams to pay a king’s ransom to acquire the services of princely

Biggest ever Champions League final wins

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This season’s Champions League has been nothing short of sensational, with plenty of shock results, breath-taking goals and individual moments of brilliance. As the competition comes to a close for another year, with Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool battling it out in an all-English final at the Estadio Metropolitano in Madrid,

What Constitutes Success for Juventus?

The Italian Serie A has stood for a long time as one of the best leagues in Europe, although over the past few years we have seen a change at the top, and the league has become less competitive. As a couple of the old guard have slipped away, Juventus

Ajax vs Juventus – Preview, team news & predicted lineups

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Ajax vs Juventus Competition: Champions League, Quarter Finals (Leg 1) Venue: Johan Cruijff ArenA Timings: Wednesday, 10th January 2019, 19:45 pm BST/WAT (UK and Nigeria), 13:45 pm EST, 11:45 am PT (USA), 12:15 am IST Ajax are set to host the first of the two legs of the quarterfinals in the Champions League against

Revisiting the greatest knockout round Champions League comebacks

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Manchester United and Juventus are staring down the barrel of Round of 16 exits in the Champions League following their 2-0 defeats in the first leg. United look like a team reborn under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the damaging first leg home defeat at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain - the

Valencia Prepare For Monumental Juventus Challenge

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Champions League - Group H - Valencia vs Juventus 8:00 pm BST  (00:30 am IST) Wednesday 19th September Venue: Mestalla   Valencia manager Marcelino cut a frustrated figure during the post-match conference conducted following a disappointing 0-0 draw at home against Real Betis. Valencia are currently placed 17th on the table with only 3 points in

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