Juventus are still the team to beat in Serie A, ending AC Milan’s perfect start to the season with a 1-0 win. Massimiliano Allegri returned to his former stomping grounds and has continued to impress as Antonio Conte’s replacement. 664 more words
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About two weeks ago, the A-League All-Stars were up for a big challenge against one of the most successful clubs in Italia, Juventus. Led by former Juve champion Alessandro Del Piero, the All-Stars gave it all they had against the Italian giants. 167 more words
The thing with fangirling is that it comes with a lot of luck.
I am now able to articulate this after a whirlwind weekend in Singapore that started out with a simple musing: Following the 2014 World Cup, I may never see Gigi Buffon or Andrea Pirlo at the top level soon. 1,282 more words
This is what weekend’s are all about.
One of many people’s complaints (myself included) about modern football is that it’s all completely money-orientated. In the past few years there’s been talk of a ’39th game’ in the Premiership that will be played overseas, and for as long as I can remember matches have been chopped and changed at the say so of Sky TV. 741 more words
After two underwhelming performances in Juventus’ opening preseason games, the bianconeri displayed their true championship quality in an 8-1 victory over the Indonesian Super League All Stars in Jakarta. 249 more words