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    by Published on 12.09.2012 15:51

    Unfortunately, I forgot to open the Serie A betting for this season in time and for that reason I'm laying down some cash for a contest!The winner of the Serie A Betting 12/13 will receive an official Juventus Jersey. Obviously this will be at the end of the season so if you prefer you can wait and have the 13/14 jersey instead if you want before the beginning of next season. The jersey will be delivered from the official Juve Store:http://www.juvestore.com/en/juventus...sey-12-13.htmlNOTE: I have also opened betting of Champions League 12/13 but bets on that will not count in this contest. Only Serie A. Go ahead and place your bets!http://forum.juventuz.org/vbsoccer.php?do=bet&l=2 ...
    by Published on 13.05.2012 14:40

    A historic moment awaits all Bianconeri fans at Juventus Stadium this afternoon. Shortly after taking on Atalanta in their final championship fixure of the 2011/12 campaign, Juventus will lift Scudetto number thirty in front of a packed out arena.
    But the celebrations won’t finish there. Following the presentation of the trophy, Antonio Conte’s men will then board an open top bus to conduct a tour around the city of Turin, giving fans the opportunity to hail their heroes in person.
    The tour will commence from the stadium itself, with the bus expected to arrive at Porta Susa at approximately 8pm. The parade will then pass through Via Cernaia, Piazza Castello, Via Po, Piazza Vittorio Veneto, Corso Cairoli and Corso Massimo D’Azeglio, before concluding in Parco Valentino at 10pm.
    It looks set to be a memorable evening of celebration in honour of a magnificent achievement. And, in order to allow our loyal supporters to follow every second of the festivities, Juventus.com has arranged for the entire victory parade to be streamed live on the club’s official website from 7pm.
    Please note
    Any alterations to the planned route will be advertised on Juventus.com

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    by Published on 12.05.2012 21:50

    Atalanta manager Stefano Colantuono has demanded a strong performance from his side in Sunday afternoon’s clash with Juventus.
    The 49-year-old has worked wonders this year in Bergamo, hauling the Nerazzurri to a comfortable finish after recovering from a six-point deficit at the beginning of the campaign. However, he is fully aware of the Bianconeri’s strong desire to finish the season unbeaten, a desire championed by Antonio Conte.
    Speaking from a press conference, he said: “We’ll go and play without fear and try to put on a good display. But it won’t be easy. Conte’s a friend, I hold him in high regard. There’s a lot of him in their title success, because along with their technical qualities, Juve have found the right mentality. They are hungry and Conte’s been fundamental in developing this way of thinking.”

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    by Published on 12.05.2012 19:30

    Antonio Conte has named a 20-man squad for the Bianconeri’s final championship encounter of the season against Atalanta.
    Juventus will sign off their season in front of a packed out crowd at Juventus Stadium, with kick-off scheduled for 3pm.

    The full squad is as follows:
    1 Buffon
    3 Chiellini
    4 Caceres
    7 Pepe
    8 Marchisio
    10 Del Piero
    13 Manninger
    14 Vucinic
    15 Barzagli
    18 Quagliarella
    19 Bonucci
    20 Padoin
    21 Pirlo
    23 Borriello
    24 Giaccherini
    26 Lichtsteiner
    28 Estigarribia
    30 Storari
    32 Matri
    34 Marrone

    Source: Juventus.com ...
    by Published on 12.05.2012 17:30

    Atalanta manager Stefano Colantuono has named a 19-man squad for tomorrow afternoon’s championship encounter with Juventus.
    The full Nerazzurri squad is as follows:
    Bellini, Bonaventura, Carmona, Cazzola, Cigarini, Denis, Ferri, Frezzolini, Gabbiadini, Lucchini, Manfredini, Minotti, Moralez, Mutarelli, Peluso, Polito, Raimondi, Schelotto, Tiribocchi
    Schelotto has made the most appearances for Atalanta this season, featuring in 36 of the 37 championship games contested. As far as minutes played are concerned, however, the talented winger is beaten by goalkeeper Consigli and prolific frontman Denis.
    Four players have received their marching orders this season: Consigli, Lucchini, Stendardo and Denis. Cigarini has picked up the most yellow cards (12).
    Denis’ 16 goals make him the Nerazzurri’s top scorer. Trailing the striker are Moralez (6), Marilungo (4), Bonaventura, Schelotto and Tiribocchi (2), while Bellini, Manfredini, Masiello, Peluso, Cigarini, Carmona and Gabbiadini each have a single goal to their name.

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    by Published on 12.05.2012 17:00

    Atalanta have collected 19 points on their travels this season, winning four, drawing seven and losing seven encounters contested away from Bergamo.
    They got their away campaign off to a good start with an impressive 2-2 draw in Genova. A 2-1 victory over relegation strugglers Lecce then followed, with Denis striking a double for the visitors.
    October brought mixed fortunes for the Nerazzurri, who slipped to 3-1 defeats against both Roma and Bologna, but enjoyed a 2-1 success in Parma thanks to a brace from Moralez.
    The year drew to a close with three consecutive draws: 2-2 in Siena, 0-0 against Chievo, 2-2 in Florence.
    Atalanta saw in 2012 with a 2-0 defeat against Lazio. This was immediately followed by a third away victory of the season after Rossi put through his own net for Cesena.
    Colantuono’s men then slipped to a 2-1 defeat in Palermo, before grinding out three successive goalless shutouts against Novara, Udinese and Inter.
    The last four fixtures have produced three defeats and a single victory for the Nerazzurri. Cagliari, Catania and Milan all prevailed by a 2-0 scoreline, while Napoli were overcome 3-1 at the San Paolo.

    Source: Juventus.com ...
    by Published on 12.05.2012 16:10

    Juventus has today become the first club in the world to launch its own channel on iTunes. And to celebrate its induction in the best possible way, the “Juventus Stadium Soundtrack” is now available to download. The exclusive playlist features tracks selected by the newly crowned champions, along with the classic songs played before, during and after home games at Juventus Stadium.
    Every fan should have the club’s official anthem ‘Juve, storia di un grande amore’ among their collection. This can be downloaded separately from the album for free by clicking here
    The CD can be purchased from iTunes and at the stadium’s ‘Vip Store’ on Sunday. It is also set to go on sale in all good record stores.
    Here is the official playlist chosen by the Bianconeri:
    1. Queen - Don't stop me now (Buffon)
    2. The Killers - When you were young (Vucinic)
    3. Kasabian - Days are forgotten (Marchisio)
    4. Coldplay - Every teardrop is a waterfall (Bonucci)
    5. The Verve - Lucky man (Borriello)
    6. Pearl Jam - Just breathe (Matri)
    7. Oasis - Whatever (Del Piero)
    8. Lady Gaga - The edge of glory (Pepe)
    9. Bob Sinclair - Love generation (Pirlo)
    10. Maroon 5 feat. Christina Aguilera - Moves Like Jagger (Storari)
    11. David Guetta feat. Usher - Without you (Quagliarella)
    12. Avicii - Levels (De Ceglie)
    13. Guru Josh Project - Infinity 2008 (Barzagli)
    14. The Black Eyed Peas - I gotta feeling (Padoin)
    15. Pitbull - Give me everything (Caceres)
    16. Marracash - Badabum chacha (Chiellini)
    17. Jennifer Lopez - On the floor (Vidal)
    18. Rhianna - Don't stop the music (Giaccherini)
    19. The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger (song played as goal celebration)
    20. Paolo Belli - Juve storia di un grande amore (official club anthem)

    Source: Juventus.com ...
    by Published on 11.05.2012 22:50

    Every fan dreams of wearing the black and white stripes. Above all the shirts donned by their favourite champions.
    And now this dream has become a reality thanks to a new Facebook application entitled ‘Tu nella storia’. The realistic technology enables supporters to wear the shirts of some of the greatest champions from Juventus’ history. From Bigatto to Boniperti, Bettega to Nedved, Platini to Del Piero.
    All you have to do is click www.facebook.com/juventus and upload your photo. The technology will take care of the rest, allowing you to admire yourself in the shirts, use the snaps as your profile picture and, above all, become part of Bianconeri history. Suitable photos will also be displayed in a separate section at the brand new J-Museum.

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    by Published on 11.05.2012 20:40

    Andrea Barzagli has told of his delight at winning his first Italian championship, but, ever the professional, is already looking ahead to Juve’s remaining two fixtures of the season. Fixtures that could round off the team’s magnificent campaign in style.
    This weekend sees the Bianconeri aim to go the entire season unbeaten when they play host to Atalanta.
    “It’s a great feeling to have won the championship,” the defender explained. “There are still two weeks to go until the end of the season, so we’ll remain focused, even though we’re enjoying the Scudetto victory. Sunday will be a parade for the fans. We want to put on a good show and remain unbeaten.”
    The 31-year-old is no stranger to success, having won the league with Wolfsburg in Germany and formed part of Italy’s 2006 World Cup winning squad.
    “I can’t compare the World Cup victory to anything else, but winning the Scudetto with Juve is certainly a strong feeling, much more so than it was with Wolfsburg.
    “Very few people expected us to lift the title, but we wanted to return to the top and have worked towards this since the first day of pre-season.
    “Juve shouldn’t be finishing where they did last season, so we immediately aimed high. Then, during the championship campaign, we began to increasingly believe that we could do it...”
    Barzagli then reflected on the timing of the victory itself.
    “I didn’t think we’d be celebrating in Trieste, but I was convinced that if we beat Cagliari, the Scudetto would have been ours. It would have been tough for Atalanta to play at our home, in front of our public...”
    Now all that remains is for the Bianconeri to end their Serie A campaign on a high before aiming for a historic double in the Coppa Italia final.
    “Anything can happen in a one-off game. You can’t put a foot wrong in such encounters. Napoli gave us difficulties at their place, while at home we put in a great performance.
    “They’re a strong side and have played with the same formation for two or three years, practically with the same personnel - and they’re very strong up front. We’ll have to remain alert and prepare for the game in the right manner.”

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    by Published on 11.05.2012 20:00

    Just one more hurdle remains for the Bianconeri to overcome before this season’s absorbing championship campaign draws to a close. With the Scudetto in the bag, Antonio Conte now has his sights firmly set on maintaining the team’s sensational unbeaten Serie A record, an achievement that only Atalanta can bring a stop to on Sunday.
    And with that in mind, Juventus returned to work on a glorious afternoon in Vinovo. A warm-up and passing exercises began proceedings, before attentions then turned to tactical work and a practice match contested on a reduced pitch.
    Tomorrow will see the Bianconeri apply the finishing touches to their preparations shortly after Conte and his entire backroom staff address the media. The pre-match press conference is scheduled to begin at 2pm.

    Source: Juventus.com ...