Allegri manages to seamlessly carry over

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has managed to seamlessly carry over from his predecessor Antonio Conte by winning the opening two matches in the league. The opening day victory over Chievo was recently followed by a comfortable win over Udinese, which has put them as one of the three teams that have a 100% record after two games in the season. Juventus are one of the favourites to win the league title after having been champions three times in succession. More importantly, the club are also targeting a better European campaign this time around after having been knocked out of the group stages of the Champions League last season.

Rodwell Believes Lack Of Play Led TO Being Dropped From England

The play maker of Sunderland FC, Jack Rodwell, believes that his lack of match appearances at his former club Manchester City was the main reason why he wasn’t selected in the England national squad for the FIFA World Cup 2014.
Rodwell had got the opportunity to play for the Three Lions for the first time at the senior level in 2011. He was an Everton player at that point of time and had been a regular there.

Inzaghi Reveals Advice

New AC Milan manager Filippo Inzaghi has revealed that he has taken a lot of advice from top managers like Carlo Ancelotti and Antonio Conte. Conte is thought to enjoy a great relationship with Inzaghi, who is one of the revered strikers in the history of Milan. After spending the last few seasons coaching the youth team, Inzaghi was recently appointed as head of the Milan team. The club recently part ways with Clarence Seedorf – six months after his appointment. Inzaghi was favourite to take over the role even before Seedorf was sacked.

United Linked With Move For Vidal

Manchester United have become the latest club to be linked heavily with a move for Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal after their new manager Louis van Gaal confirm that the Chilean is one of his favourite players. The 26-year-old has been one of the best midfielders in the world over the last few years. However, his talents have not been used to the maximum at Juventus since the Italian club have been unable to make a switch impact in the Champions League. With the player at his best level, it is understood that he is keen on the prospect of lifting the European cup in his career.

Juventus Hopes Knocked At Semi Final

Juventus’ hopes of reaching the Europa league final were dealt a major blow after they were knocked at the semi-final stage after a 2-1 aggregate loss at the hands of Benfica. The first leg finished as a 2-1 win for the Portuguese outfit. This was followed by a 0-0 draw in Turin. Juventus were especially looking forward to reaching the final since it would be at their home patch. However, they are unable to find the crucial opening goal in the second leg and it finished as a draw.


Juventus are one of the teams to remain in the Europa league after having been knocked out of the Champions League at the group stages itself.

Recently, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho criticised the policy of sending teams knocked out from the Champions League into the second-tier competition since it was eliminating the chance of victory for the teams that had qualified into the competition in the first place. Despite this, Juventus are keen on winning the trophy, which was won by Chelsea last season.


Juventus are closing to sealing a third successive league title after the club managed to open a 11 point advantage in the Italian Serie A following this weekend’s results. Despite this dominant position, the future of manager Antonio Conte has come under renewed speculation in the last few weeks.

He has only just over 12 months left on his current contract, and he has been coming under interest from numerous clubs across the world. He has done extremely well to guide Juventus the second division of Italian football to the top position once again.


Juventus managed to progress to the last 16 of the Europa league after a 4-0 win over Trabzonspor on aggregate. After being knocked out of the Champions league at the group stages, Juventus will be hoping to lift the Europa league this campaign.

They have certainly not expecting an exit so early in the Champions league after especially placing this as the main target for this campaign. Juventus have won the league title for the last two seasons in succession, but the club remain distant in comparison with the clubs eyeing for a European win.


The manager of Juventus, Antonio Conte, has said that his team is not concentrating on records at the moment.

When Juventus takes on Cagliari this weekend, they will have the chance to create new record of winning the most number of matches in a row in the Italian top flight.

According to Conte, his players have their focus on becoming the league champion and not on setting records.

Juventus Target Bayern Munich Striker

Italian giants Juventus are reportedly aiming to have Bayern Munich's Mario Mandzukic. The Croatian player would be pushed out if Robert Lewandowski goes to Bayern Munich, and it is possible that the Italian champs could be a probable destination.

The arrival of former Barca coach Pep Guardiola and Bayern's new found style means that the twenty seven year old would struggle to get matches. A leading sports website stated that Juventus is all set to offer 20 million with a 4 year deal (around 3.5 million a season).