Juventus fans have been dismayed by the fact that Luca Toni was signed when the club was strongly linked to Edin Dzeko. However, Giuseppe Marotta seems to have put enough thought behind the Toni transfer. An objective look at the deal can reveal that it is not as bad as it looks.
It’s often said that most battles are won in the midfield. Under the tutelage of Del Neri, the Juventus midfield has emerged as one of the strongest in Serie A. Here's a look at the men who have made the Old Lady's 4-4-2 work.
As the first half of the season came to a close, we take a look back at all the teams and how they have progressed so far in the topmost league in Italy. TheHardTackle presents the half-year report.
Juventus has been the most prolific team in Serie A so far. What this fact fails to hide is the club's weakness in finishing gilt-edged chances. Its quite clear that the Old Lady needs reinforcements in the striking department.
Juventus has made a decent account for themselves in Serie A. The team currently sits in 4th position, having not lost a match since September. However, the team still has weaknesses in more than a few areas. We take a look at the possible transfer targets of the Old Lady.
While Milan lost against Roma, which is only their second loss at home, Juventus was held to a draw by underdogs Cheivo. TheHardTackle reviews the week that went by.
After a last gasp win over Lazio, Juventus travel to Verona to take on Chievo. Chievo has performed well against some of the big teams this season, beating Inter and holding Roma. Will they perform another giant killing act, or will Juve win 3 matches in a row ?
Lazio and Juventus are two teams which have done suprisingly well in Serie A till now. The clash between these two may decide which team will challenge Milan for the title. This match is undoubtedly the most important fixture of the next matchday.
Juventus havent lost a match in one and half months while Catania havent lost a home game in Serie A. Sparks will fly when these two teams cross swords in Sicily.
Giampiero Boniperti and Alessandro Del Piero are both legendary 'number ten's for Juventus. Both have served the club long times while overseeing some of the most glorious times at Turin. This is a tribute to two players who represent everything special about The Old Lady.