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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Sun Nov 25, 2007 4:31 pm

no to silva, the guy is 96 years old. We don't need another emerson or vieira.
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:42 pm

Ranieri: I Only Signed Tiago After Sissoko Failure

Claudio Ranieri has made the startling
revelation that he only signed Tiago Mendes because of the failure to
get Liverpool’s Momo Sissoko.

Tiago signed for the Bianconeri in the summer from French champions Lyon in a big-money move.

The Portuguese international was expected to provide some much needed power and authority to the Juve midfield, however he has been a complete
disaster and has made only seven appearances, with just two of these
being starts.


His misery was compounded yesterday when he was brought on as a substitute against Atalanta in injury time.

“Tiago? I brought him on yesterday to hold the ball and he did very well,” said Ranieri.

“I wanted both Tiago and Almiron, no one is left out in the cold, but
Nocerino and Zanetti are playing very well. I play whoever gives me the
best possibility of winning.


“It is true that in the summer we spent a lot on Almiron and Tiago, but how much are Zanetti and Nocerino worth?

“With Tiago we were thrown into buying him after we were told we had to spend €32m on Sissoko.”

It will be interesting to see how Ranieri’s latest comments go down with
Tiago, but the 26-year-old is nevertheless expected to move on during
the January transfer window.



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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:45 pm

something tells me a deal might be struck next season, espcially if momo doesnt improve his passing and lucas keeps on improving...

i hope it doesnt happen... i still believe momo is potentially one of the best DMs in the world.. just needs to PASS like a football player!
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:46 pm

Juventus captain Alessandro Del Piero talked
about yesterday's 1-0 victory over Atalanta, which came courtesy of a
late goal by Pavel Nedved.
There's always talk surroundig the transfer market and new players,
but at Juventus time and time again it's the old guard that ends up
being decisive for the team's victories. The most recent example of
this came only lasst weekend, when a strike from distance by midfielder
Pavel Nedved a few minutes before the end of the match against Atalanta
handed the Old Lady a 1-0 win.
Captain Alessandro Del Piero, who started from the bench yesterday,
commented his performance: "I'm happy about my performance, but I'm
especially happy for Pavel and that he scored the winning goal: the
match was very tough because Atalanta were well organized and showed
they deserve to be in the position they are now."
Meanwhile, Inter are continuing to win and are 8 points ahead of
Juve, although both Roma and Fiorentina have slowed down. But Del Piero
thinks the victory against Atalanta can give the team a big morale
boost for the remainder of the season.
"We only broke the deadlock in the final minutes against Atalanta,
but this is a victory that gives us confidence and morale for the rest
of the season," he concluded.
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:46 pm

good job ... keep rollin rollin rollin
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Tue Dec 11, 2007 1:04 am





The Italian press have been covering this story for several weeks now, and
they are adamant that a transfer in the summer is virtually nailed on.

The goalscoring midfielder is ready to quit Stamford Bridge after the departure of Jose Mourinho and would like a fresh challenge in a foreign country.


Juventus have unsuccessfully tried to lure Lampard to Turin in the past but with his contract expiring in 2009, the Bianconeri would only need to fork out around £9m to get their man.

The key person in luring Lampard to Turin is Juve Coach Claudio Ranieri. It was the Tinkerman who was responsible for launching the East Londoner’s career when he signed him from West Ham in 2001.

The pair have an excellent relationship and Lampard was said to be devastated when Ranieri was axed by Roman Abramovich in 2004.
Juventus have made the signing of a top-class centre midfielder a priority as summer signings Tiago Mendes and Sergio Almiron have dreadfully failed to shine.

Cristiano Zanetti and Antonio Nocerino have done well in the middle-of-the-park but they do not posses the goal threat that Lampard brings to the table. The 29-year-old, who has scored 20-goals plus for the last two seasons, was on the scoresheet again at the weekend during Chelsea’s 2-0 home win over Sunderland.

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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Tue Dec 11, 2007 1:05 am

this seems more and more like a done deal.. especially since ranieri knows him pretty well.. and wouldnt splash the cash if he wasnt sure lamps would make it in the serie a.

so who else is on juve's shopping list?
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Wed Dec 19, 2007 12:32 am

this isn't a done deal by any stretch. Milito was supposed to be a done deal in the off season and that fell through. Until I see it on juventus.com, nothing is offical.
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:36 pm

Juventus will make an official transfer bid for Liverpool midfielder Momo Sissoko in January, according to the Daily Mirror.


The Mali midfielder is unhappy at his lack of playing time at Anfield, as he
currently finds himself behind Steven Gerrard, Xabi Alonso and Javier
Mascherano in the centre-midfield pecking order.


Bianconeri boss Claudio Ranieri is a huge admirer of the player, having worked with him at Valencia in 2004/05.

The Tinkerman is in desperate need of a top-class centre midfielder as big
money summer signings Sergio Almiron and Tiago Mendes have failed to
shine.


Sissoko, who had the chance to move to Turin in the summer before signing a contract extension at Liverpool, declared last week that he wanted to leave the club.

“I am sick and tired and want to leave,” the 22-year-old moaned.

“I am really disappointed because the game against Marseille [in the Champions League] I was counting on.

“I respect the choices of the coach but now I want to discuss my future
before the January transfer market. I am not happy about playing one
game per month.”


Meanwhile there are reports that Inter Milan may try to hijack Juventus’ deal for Sissoko. The Nerazzurri are currently in the midst of an injury crisis
in midfield, and seem certain to enter into the January transfer market.



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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Thu Dec 20, 2007 7:38 pm

FORZA EL PATRON Very Happy

i cant believe how much hate this guy has for juve
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Thu Dec 27, 2007 6:06 am

Juventus star David Trezeguet has set himself the target of equalling his best goal-tally for a season in Serie A this campaign.


The prolific Frenchman was joint-top scorer in Serie A with Dario Hubner in 2001-02 after scoring 24 goals.

Surprisingly he hasn’t been the Capocannonieri winner since, although this could all change this season as he has hit the back of the net 13 times in just 17 games.

“It will depend on my team-mates and hopefully luck can give me a helping hand,” said Trezeguet.

“I have not missed a game yet so to equal my 24 goals from my second season with the Bianconeri would be beautiful.”

Despite Trezeguet’s incredible form, he has been left out of France Coach Raymond Domenech’s recent squads for October and November.

“The European Championships? It does not depend on me, but it depends if I am wanted. Domenech will need convincing,” Trezeguet explained.

The ex-Monaco star finally spoke about Juve team-mate Tiago Mendes, a
player who has been hugely disappointing since his summer move from Lyon.


“Tiago is a champion, you will see he will give a large contribution to the
squad. All he needs is time, his quality is not in question,” the
30-year-old concluded.


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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:39 pm

The Portuguese international only signed for Juve from Lyon in the summer in a €13m deal, however he has been a huge flop in the Italian league.



Last Saturday he was offered a great chance to kick-start his career in Turin when he was named in the starting XI to face Catania, however after a disastrous first-half performance he was hauled off at half-time.



Tiago
also started Tuesday night’s Coppa Italia clash with Empoli, but he was
once again subbed at the interval with Juve trailing 4-3 on aggregate.




The
26-year-old has been linked with an exit from the club for several
weeks now, and he has told Tuttosport that this would be the best
solution to take.




"I can't stay here any longer,” Tiago said. “The best thing for me would be to leave."



Tiago has been associated with a number of clubs around Europe, including Tottenham Hotspur, who reportedly tabled a bid for the player last week.



Spurs
boss Juande Ramos is desperate to sign a centre-midfielder and may step
up his efforts to sign Tiago following these statements from the player.




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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:44 pm

The
Bianconeri are going well in Serie A in third position, however they
have had a less than smooth start to 2008, following a 1-1 draw at Catania and a see-saw 5-3 Coppa Italia win over Empoli.




“It’s an important time for us,” Del Piero told the Gazzetta dello Sport.

“We are in a good League position, but if we are to make an excellent season into a stupendous one we must give more.

“We have all worked so hard up to now. We can’t lose our intensity, as this can be an exceptional year.”




While
some players such as Del Piero, Gianluigi Buffon and David Trezeguet
have shone, others such as summer signings Tiago Mendes and Sergio
Almiron have flopped terribly.




“Maybe some players have given more than others,” Alex conceded.



“Some
players have had some difficulty settling in this year, but nobody has
been lacking in training and I don’t want to point fingers at anybody.

“Us older heads in the group have never stopped taking responsibility. It’s a positive thing to be able to set a good example.

“Compared to our rivals we have changed a lot since last year, but we have kept our pride, determination and will to win.”




Juventus will be keen to secure their first Serie A win of 2008 when they host Sampdoria at the Stadio Olimpico in Turin on Sunday.


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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Fri Jan 18, 2008 3:49 pm

I Guarantee You A World-Class Player, Promises Ranieri




Ranieri wanted to reassure all Juventus fans that the club will invest
in a world-class player over the coming months in order to build a team
capable of competing in Europe.

"Before signing the contract, I wanted to know the project," explained Ranieri to 'Tuttosport', "and this is a winning project.

"We shall work to bring to Juventus a real world-class player," he continued.

"Obviously
our situation is not that of a club with a Moratti or Abramovich behind
our backs, who can sign a cheque of 100m Euros.

"Also, the
others buy in order to remain at the highest levels, whereas we must
re-build a palace and do it as quickly as possible."

Ranieri mentioned three players he would like to have at Juventus, but Rafael Van der Vaart was not among them.

"I
would like to have Aquilani, but Roma will not sell him. Diego is a
great player and resembles Zola a bit, whereas Sissoko can run a lot,
has a great physique and interesting technique."

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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Tue Jan 22, 2008 3:13 pm

Juventus chief Secco in Germany for Diego, Van der Vaart talks


tribalfooball.com -
January 22, 2008




Juventus sports chief Alessio Secco is in Germany today for transfer talks.

Tuttosport says Secco has meetings with Werder Bremen to discuss Diego's situation and Hamburg over Rafael van der Vaart.Diego, the Brazil international playmaker, is
the midfielder Juve coach Claudio Ranieri would prefer signed after
admitting last week he didn't believe Van der Vaart would fit into his
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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Thu Feb 21, 2008 3:28 pm

Juve and Inter have developed into the bitterest of enemies ever since
the Bianconeri were relegated to Serie B, and had two Scudetti revoked
following the Calciopoli crisis.

Chiellini has been one of
the symbols of Juventus’ rivalry with Inter, and he notoriously roughed
up Zlatan Ibrahimovic during the 1-1 draw between the sides in Serie A
in Turin in November.

The Nerazzurri suffered their first
loss in five months on Tuesday night as they crashed 2-0 at Liverpool,
a result that leaves them on the verge of elimination from the
Champions League at the last 16 stage.

"For sure I was not unhappy with the Liverpool result,” smiled Chiellini.

“We all know that there is rivalry."

Juventus are currently in third place in Serie A, 12 points behind league-leaders Inter, but only one shy of Roma in second.

"The first place is possible,” Chiellini stressed.

“But to finish in second is a concrete objective and one that can be achieved.”

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PostSubject: Re: Juventus F.C. News   Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:27 pm

Disgraced former Juventus sports director Luciano Moggi has slammed Inter Milan after their defeat this week at Liverpool.

"Inter turned up at Liverpool with their head in
the clouds, thinking they had already won, just like they did in Rome
that famous May 5, 2002," said Moggi.That day all they needed was a win or
potentially even a draw away to Lazio in order to clinch the Scudetto,
but they lost 4-2 and finished third behind Juventus and Roma.On the phone tapping claims, Moggi also mocked:
"It was certainly easy for Massimo Moratti to think of conspiracies,
but the fact the current Juventus side is still making its presence
felt proves that these plots Moratti talks about simply didn't exist."I must compliment Claudio Ranieri and all the players of the old guard who remained at Juve."

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