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How Notts County Influenced Juventus’ Shirts

Notts County and Juventus are hardly two sides one would place in the same category of playing level, but once upon a time, the Old Lady and the Magpies’ paths crossed in a rather unusual set of circumstances, shaping one of the Turin club’s defining features – their jerseys. The video below by Gatorade explains that Juventus first wore pink …

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Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid – The One Minute Lowdown

John Murphy gives us the lowdown as Real Madrid and Juventus exchanged blows in a cracking encounter in Turin.   Analysis The first half kicked off with a bang as Juventus roared forward and pressed the visitors. Chance after chance came before a fine effort from Carlos Tevez was spilled at the feet of former Madrid man, Alvaro Morata. 1 …

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Bankers & Bonkers: Betting Preview For Juventus v Real Madrid

The bookies can barely split them, but we’ll try our best in our betting preview of Juventus v Real Madrid. The Juventus Stadium hosts the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final between Juventus and defending Champions Real Madrid tonight. Juventus have lost only one of their last 54 competitive games at home (won 45 and 8 draws), have just three defeats in …

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How History Makes This Year’s CL Final Pairing Difficult To Call

Although far from a deciding factor in terms of year on year success, history can often have an effect on the psychology within teams, particularly where we are now at in the latter stages of the Champions League. Real Madrid’s late win last night over Atletico places them back in a familiar position in the Champions League semi-finals. The managers …

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VIDEO: That Chiellini Handball From Monaco vs Juventus

In the opening minute of the Champions League quarter final between Monaco and Juventus, Chiellini had a little accident. Attempting to turn on the ball, the Italian defender slipped and miscontrolled the ball, almost sending Joao Moutinho in on goal. Realising the significance of his error, Chiellini rectified the error by executing a diving tackle which swept the ball away …

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No Separating Real & Atlético: Champions League Highlights

Two of the Champions League quarter-final first legs took place last night, with the Madrid derby ending scoreless, whilst Juventus now have the upper hand over Monaco going into the second leg. Atlético Madrid and Real Madrid’s first leg wasn’t the best game we’ve ever witnessed but it still sets up the second leg at the home of Real perfectly. …

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Dortmund Fans’ ’97 Tribute Reminds Us All They Are The Best In Europe

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That choreography though! Dortmund fans love some choreographed tifo’s to really hammer the point home that they’re the best in Europe.   Despite crashing out last night, Dortmund fans still managed to cover themselves in glory and acclaim. with only one Champions League medal to their name, it was last night’s victorious opposition; Juventus, who they beat to claim their …

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Five Reasons Why Juventus Can Win The Champions League

After an impressive 5-1 aggregate win against Borussia Dortmund in the last sixteen, we evaluate why Juventus can win the Champions League. Coached by Max Allegri, the two-time winners of the competition are now in the last eight after last night’s impressive victory. In Italy, they find themselves fourteen points ahead of second-placed Roma in the Serie A table, and the Bianconeri …

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Mats Hummels Makes Slide Tackling Look Oh So Graceful

Borussia Dortmund are enduring a nightmare season, but German juggernaut Mats Hummels is still portraying moments of defensive brilliance from time to time. Graceful and committed, if there was ever a tackle that summed up the playing style of the Dortmund captain it’s most definitely this clip from Wednesday night’s loss to Juventus. Despite conceding a woeful three unanswered goals, this tackle …

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XI Legends That Never Won The Champions League

This week’s Champions League football has inspired a walk down memory lane. The destination? An all-time best XI to never life the hallowed cup.  GK: Gianluigi Buffon (Italy) Buffon will easily go down as one of the greatest keepers of all time as he comes into his twentieth season as a professional footballer. The Italian keeper has had plenty of …

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