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European Giants Reportedly Interested In Tottenham’s Troy Parrott

Maurizio Sarri’s Juventus have reportedly entered the race to sign highly-touted Tottenham and Ireland striker Troy Parrott.  They will join Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in pursuit of the Irishman – something that speaks volumes about the 17-year-old’s clear talent and potential. Parrott has been attracting interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs on the back of his impressive pre-season with …

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Stephen Kenny Unfazed By Hype Surrounding “Level Headed” Troy Parrott

Irish U21 manager Stephen Kenny isn’t overly concerned about the level of hype surrounding Tottenham striker Troy Parrott, despite the 17-year old’s tender age. Parrott has been considered an incredibly promising prospect over the last year or so thanks to his sensational goalscoring record at underage level for Spurs, but he has come under increased scrutiny as of late, due …

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Ronaldo Seals Italian Super Cup For Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo scored the only goal to hand Juventus their first trophy of the season with a 1-0 win over ten-man AC Milan in the Italian Super Cup on Wednesday in Saudi Arabia. Ronaldo – signed by the Italian giants last year from Real Madrid as they target a first Champions League title since 1996 – headed in a 61st-minute …

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Ramsey Set To Become Juventus Second-Highest Earner

Aaron Ramsey

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey is set to seal a money-spinning move to Italian champions Juventus when his contract expires with the Gunners in the summer, according to reports on Thursday. The Welsh international will bring to an end 10 years at Arsenal at the end of the season after talks over a new deal broke down with the Premier League …

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Cristiano Ronaldo Insists He Is “Not Obsessed” By Individuals Awards

ronaldo not obsessed with awards

Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo has insisted that he is “not obsessed” by individual trophies, having missed out on winning this year’s Ballon d’Or for the sixth time. The Juventus striker also missed out on FIFA and UEFA’s player of the year trophies as former Real Madrid team-mate Luka Modric, a World Cup runner-up with Croatia, swept all before him. “I’m …

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Cristiano Ronaldo Brace Seals New Serie A Record For Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo bagged a brace as Italian champions Juventus finished 2018 on a high with a 2-1 win over Sampdoria giving the Italian champions a new record of 53 points before the winter break. Ronaldo curled in the opener after just two minutes in Turin adding a second from the penalty spot after 66 minutes, putting the Portuguese top of …

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European Round-Up: Monaco In Crisis, Juve See Off Roma

Mario Mandzukic scored the only goal for Juventus to dump further hurt on crisis club Roma and keep the champions unbeaten and on track for an eighth straight Italian league title. The Croatian World Cup runner-up headed in the winner 34 minutes into the match in Turin to put Juventus back eight points clear of Napoli. The defeat could have …

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Paul Ince Tears Into “Bang Average” Paul Pogba – “He’s An Idiot”

Former Manchester United captain Paul Ince has slammed current Red Devils midfielder Paul Pogba following the French international’s poor run of recent form at Old Trafford. Pogba put in a below-par performance in United’s 2-2 draw with Southampton at St Mary’s on Saturday and was subsequently dropped by Mourinho for their crunch tie against Arsenal in midweek. The Frenchman did …

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Gianluca Vialli: “I Hope My Story Can Inspire People”

Gianluca Vialli

Former Chelsea striker and manager Gianluca Vialli revealed on Monday that he has been battling cancer for the past year. Vialli, 54, who also scored 16 goals in 59 games for Italy and is now a popular TV pundit, told Italian daily Corriere della Sera that he hoped that his story would “inspire people”. “I’m fine now, very well indeed,” …

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Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Slams ‘Disgraceful’ Higuain After Meltdown

Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini criticised Gonzalo Higuain on Tuesday for the AC Milan forward’s meltdown after he was sent off for verbally abusing a referee. In Sunday’s 2-2 draw with his parent club Juventus the on-loan Argentinian responded aggressively to being shown a yellow card for a dangerous tackle on Medhi Benatia. That led referee Paolo Mazzoleni to …

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Juventus Fightback Hands United Timely Boost Ahead Of Derby

Evoking memories of their astonishing Champions League win in 1999, Manchester United breathed new life into a stuttering season by improbably turning around their match against Juventus in the final five minutes to win 2-1. Not since the Nou Camp final of 1999, on arguably the club’s greatest-ever night, when the Red Devils scored twice in stoppage time against Bayern …

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Watch: Ronaldo Breaks Deadlock Vs Man United With Stunner

It’s been clear from the outset that Manchester United were holding out for a draw in Turin. The Red Devils were a point behind Valencia in Group H after the latter’s win over Young Boys in the early evening kick-off. By virtue of their three wins so far, Juventus were all but assured of progress to the last 16 stage …

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Juve Are Champions League “Super Favourites”, Says Mourinho

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho claimed that Juventus are “super favourites” to win this season’s Champions League ahead of their clash in Turin on Wednesday. Three-time winners United are second in Group H after three games on four points – five behind leaders Juventus who are poised to qualify for the last 16. Mourinho said that United would not be …

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Watch: Ronaldo Brace Gives Juventus 2-1 Win Over Empoli

Cristiano Ronaldo struck twice, including a thunderous 25-yard drive, as Italian champions Juventus surged seven points clear in Serie A on Saturday following a battling 2-1 victory at Empoli. Empoli, without a win since the opening weekend of the season, grabbed a 28th-minute lead at the Stadio Carlo Castellani as Francesco Caputo curled home following a lung-busting run by Afriyie …

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Report: Juventus Planning January Loan Move For Paul Pogba

Juventus are reportedly planning a move for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in January on loan following the Frenchman’s recent struggles at Old Trafford. Italian publication Tuttosport claim that Juve will make an offer to sign their former midfielder on an initial six-month loan deal with an option then to buy Pogba for a fee in excess of €70 million. …

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Mourinho Says United Not On Same Level As “Top Teams”

Jose Mourinho has attempted to deflect from another drab display by citing Manchester United’s lack of transfer activity as the reason for the club’s poor form. In a rant reminiscent of David Moyes’ time as manager of United, Mourinho conspicuously referenced Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid and rivals Manchester City as the world’s “top teams”, and suggested that United are not in …

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