Juventus currently sit a mere point behind league leaders Napoli 11 rounds into the season. Impressive, considering the lighting pace being set by Gli Azzurri. Yet it is only when you start to analyse the intricacies of each side’s performance every week when it becomes obvious exactly why Juventus are currently chasing their seventh consecutive 

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Juventus appear to be reaping the benefits of sprightly summer transfer activity, while Napoli has simply carried on their excellent form into the new season. Six wins from as many games have left both teams with the starts they would have been craving before the campaign got underway.   Hard-fought win Indeed it was mainstays 

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Blaise Matuidi’s reported £18 million/20 million Euros move to Juventus has represented a talking point surrounding the values of players in today’s transfer market. Good value? Yes, probably. Is it a risk for Juventus? At £18 million, one wouldn’t think so. The Serie A champions are strengthening their core with a reliable high calibre experienced 

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Last time out Recording a 6th consecutive and 33rd league title overall, the Old Lady’s dominance is looking hard to prevent. With Miralem Pjanic providing nine assists, not to mention his contribution to countless magnificent slick moves, and Gonzalo Higuain registering twenty-four goals, Juventus won the league by four points. Roma who gave the eventual 

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It has been a crazy, inflated transfer window for clubs around Europe. With the new season approaching, money has been splashed around, with 30 million pounds seen as a normal fee for players. This has been the same for Chelsea Football Club, who have spent over  100 million pounds on players this summer, with 58 

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If you were a Juventus fan, you’d be forgiven for feeling a little glum in recent weeks with the exit of central defender Leonardo Bonucci to A.C. Milan. A genuine Italian world-class star, leaving for an archrival is always going to be a bitter pill to swallow. But the blow has been softened somewhat with 

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