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well guys, I simulated the final twice in Fifa15 and we won both times :) Interesting for a game built on stats.

Clean sheet both though. So we stop MSN, we win.

simple.as.that.










:P
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In the name of Lord Bendtner, we pray. AMEN!
A bit late, but here's Barça's tweet on your Scudetto:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CFepgXcUIAAtgVY.jpg:large
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Ciao, Ti Aspettiamo as well!
+2
We are done with half our summer buys before the season is even over! Efficiency, I say!!!
+1
nice change of pace. we need defenders though
We'll get Berardi and Zaza for 30 mil before June 10th as well. It's the end of co-ownership deals in Italy.

For the defence, Rugani will come and Paratici is in Augsburg negotiating for Baba, thei highly rated LB.
The kid looks great both defensively and offensively, but the most recent rumors are that Chelsea will give 20m for him. Which is probably an instant NO for Marotta.

We can only hope the kid doesn't want Chelsea. EPL would suit him better though with his direct play and deep crosses.

Also he is African, so Italia will screw us over once again.


ps: maybe Asa can grease some wheels :P
Boy oh boy Konoplyanka is a pretty impressive player!
+1
Will be interesting to see where goes this year
Pls win against Barcelona!
+1
we'll get right on that :)
do it for Buffon
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So these Khedira rumors are gathering pace, It's at the medical stage albeit with his injury record this is the most important stage. This could mean either Pirlo might leave or the Pogba sale is more serious than we thought or could be just another quality midfielder added to our ranks but it is unlikely.
I can't imagine life ithout Pirlo even if it means one more year and Pogba well, you already know.
Some people think it's Vidal who will go. Would weird weird though. I mean the guy has Scudetto tattoos :)
I have learned better than to second-guess this board on players, even when I have my own skepticisms. Khedira is a serviceable player, who could return to his pre-Madrid form given a run of games and a period where he is injury-free.

Also, we are getting him for FREE. He is more than worth the risk if that's the case.

So my brother told me that Vidal already has a pre-contract agreement with Arsenal that will be finalized after the Copa America. Pogba, meanwhile, has stated that he would only leave for one of the Spanish giants.

I'll cross those bridges when we get there- for now, there is ONE game that I am focused on. Truth is, we'll probably get picked off with Pogba, Vidal and Pirlo going into retirement and +/- Tevez going back to Boca. This team will not be the same after the CL final. Appreciate each moment we have them as they exist right now.
i don't think either Vidal or Pogba will leave..Pogba probably, but i think not after the end of this season

as for Vidal, other than Marchisio, Chiellini & Buffon, i think he's the next guy who will play for Juve until it happen otherwise

Pirlo on the other hand, well i think he's the biggest candidate to leave. Nobody on this planet can replace Pirlo, but Matchisio is more than up for the task

Now regarding Khedira. The guy have major experience in the club/national team level. And acquiring him for free? I'm all on for this transfer move. And i would like to have some faith with Mr Marotta too..as he rarely did wrong when it comes to transfer business
BTW how great has Evra been for us this season, 34 and he was our only left sided player for the important half of the season. Our Man United connection has added true quality to the club :)
It took a while for him to get going, but he takes on players, delivers good crosses and is a threat at corners.

The problem is that he is a defender :) Hopefully he will use his experience to 100% in the final.
He is also good in defending them too for his age and his positioning is usually really good, as for the final he needs a lot more than experience at that game, he needs Vidal on his side.
And he seemed to fit right in with the other players. I have the impression that there are those who keep more to themselves or have a more serious demeanor (that's the vibe I get from Morata, for example). Don't get me wrong, I believe we have undoubtedly a very unified team and I see nothing wrong with more serious players. All I'm saying is that the goofiness and extroversion of a player like Evra can help the team a lot off the pitch.
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every once in a while u can get a "diamond in a rough" comment in the goal.com/LOL.com comment section

This was taken in Real sacked Ancelotti article;

"It's instances like this that make a person appreciate a properly run club. At the moment, I think Juventus should be the most respected club in football right now and an example for everyone.

The board don't spend a lot, they will never spend 100 mil on a single player, but they spend smart, they respect their coaches and after Conte resigned, they gave Allegri a chance to prove himself even though he was treated harshly at Milan and trash talked by so many Milan fans and the end result was it paid off.

They had faith in young players like Pogba and Morata who were not valued at their former clubs and it's paid dividends. They don't try to seduce rival players. They've turned a controversial and rebellious player like Tevez into an undisputed professional and he repaid them with a remarkable season.

They are a family, win together, lose together and leave their heart out on the pitch. Just look at how passionate players like Buffon celebrate a goal or a victory, it says it all. The fans respect and back their players even in hard times and in return the players want to repay their support. I could go on. This is how a football club should be run. In other words, this is exactly the opposite of how Madrid is run."
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We are a good bunch, aren't we? If the club and country can eradicate the racist behavior of the ultras then it will be perfect.
I would like to add Bayern too, they are a well oiled machine, although maybe a little too machine like :p
+1
juve per sempre :D

Though I hope we can spend a little this summer :P
Barzagli will most likely miss the final, I guees 352 is out of the qustion now, not that I think Allegri was gonna start with it but he usually subs him in later in games. We have Ogbonna still but Barzagli was so solid against Lazio as always.
Barzagli has been solid against every team since his return from injury a few months ago

There;s no man in this current Juve team u an rely more than Barza whenever Juve going to protect their goal lead
This never gets old!

For those of you who missed it, the celebrations:


juve sudetto 2015 by www4444
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8 hours ago
The 30th anniversary of the Heysel tragedy should serve as a painful reminder that violence has not been eradicated from the game and more needs to be done to combat the problem, according to the secretary general of the Council of Europe
11 hours ago
Thirty years ago I went to Brussels to cover the European Cup final between Liverpool and Juventus for the Observer but I quickly went from being a sports photographer to being a news photographer
11 hours ago
Although 39 Juventus fans died at the Heysel Stadium in the 1985 European Cup final against Liverpool, it has taken 30 years for the club to come to terms with it
12 hours ago
Real Madrid have issued a statement denying a report in an Italian newspaper that they have agreed a deal to sign Paul Pogba from Juventus
13 hours ago
Featuring a volley from Sweden, a 40-yard drive from Bolivia, skill from Kenya, a dribbler in the Manchester derby and a couple of crackers from the Faroe Islands
Yesterday
The 1985 tragedy preceded Hillsborough by four years – but saw little of the same attention. Ed Vulliamy, who was there in the stands, reports on 30 years of hurt
2 days ago
Sami Khedira is set to sign for Juventus, disappointing several other clubs who had hoped to sign the Real Madrid midfielder on a free transfer this summer
3 days ago
Manchester United to move for Dortmund’s Ilkay Gundogan? | Liverpool to bring Aston Villa’s Christian Benteke to Anfield? | Arsenal to sign Porto’s Jackson Martínez?
1 week ago
Thoughts may naturally turn to Berlin and Barcelona, but the Bianconeri’s achievements already this season should not be understated
1 week ago
The Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini said he bears no grudge against Luis Suárez over the World Cup biting incident as he prepares to face the Uruguayan in the Champions League final against Barcelona
2 weeks ago
Juventus defeated Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final, which means Luis Suárez will face Patrice Evra and Giorgio Chiellini in Berlin on 6 June and Álvaro Morata has to keep scoring to earn forgiveness from his former club
2 weeks ago
The Juventus keeper stuck with his club during turbulent times after Italy’s 2006 World Cup win in Berlin – the stage for the Champions League final against Barça
2 weeks ago
Patrice Evra will greet Luis Suárez despite the incident that led to the Uruguayan being banned in 2011
2 weeks ago
Álvaro Morata equalised against Real Madrid in the second half to take Juventus into the Champions League final 3-2 on aggregate
2 weeks ago
Minute-by-minute report: Alvaro Morata returned to haunt his old club as Real Madrid were knocked out of the Champions League by Juventus, who will play Barcelona in the final
2 weeks ago
The forward was caught speeding after his influential display against Real Madrid but despite a reckless streak his sublime ability leaves him close to another final
2 weeks ago
Paul Pogba made a scoring return from injury against Cagliari on Saturday and the Juventus manager, Max Allegri, confirmed midfielder is likely to start against Real Madrid at the Bernabéu
2 weeks ago
Manchester City’s determination to sign Paul Pogba from Juventus has led to Yaya Touré being offered as a makeweight in a deal for the Frenchman
2 weeks ago
Thirty years after a night that scarred football, when 39 people died moments before the Italian side took on Liverpool in the 1985 European Cup final, there are moves to in Turin to mark the loss
3 weeks ago
Marco Verratti destined for Barcelona? | Marco Verratti moving to Bayern Munich? | Marco Verratti headed for PSG?

Serie A Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
86
48
22
70
3
8
26
37
1
70
24
29
53
5
13
19
37
2
66
31
36
67
11
6
20
37
3
63
18
50
68
10
9
18
37
4
61
12
46
58
10
10
17
37
5
59
17
44
61
10
11
16
37
6
55
6
40
46
8
16
13
37
7
52
10
45
55
11
13
13
37
8
51
-2
45
43
12
12
13
37
9
49
4
49
53
12
13
12
37
10
46
-3
54
51
13
13
11
37
11
46
-10
56
46
13
13
11
37
12
45
-16
63
47
14
12
11
37
13
43
-10
38
28
14
13
10
37
14
42
-5
48
43
11
18
8
37
15
41
-12
52
40
16
11
10
37
16
37
-17
54
37
14
16
7
37
17
31
-21
65
44
20
10
7
37
18
24
-32
68
36
21
12
4
37
19
18
-42
73
31
24
7
6
37
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
13
11
3
14
1
1
4
6
1
10
3
4
7
2
1
3
6
2
9
-3
13
10
3
0
3
6
3
3
-11
15
4
5
0
1
6
4

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