Day: 22 September 2022

Full interview with former Juventus captain Gigi Buffon from the Trento Sports Festival
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Full interview with former Juventus captain Gigi Buffon from the Trento Sports Festival

Gigi Buffon, former Juventus captain, was a guest at the Trento Sports Festival. The current Parma goalkeeper has touched on many topics, but has decided to start from Federer's imminent retirement: "The criticisms? They are a gasoline, especially in old age. As a boy, on the other hand, they hurt and risk destabilizing you. When you are mature and you know what you are worth, criticism becomes an incentive. Sometimes I needed it. For example: when I played well I didn't read the newspapers, because maybe they took me out of balance. When it went wrong, I liked criticism, knowing who it came from also for, obviously in quotes, to hate him. The perfect parade? Those who look inattentively or as a layman fail to perceive the importance of saves or exits that seem obvious. Sometimes I thin...
Full interview with former Juventus player Vincenzo Iaquinta.
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Full interview with former Juventus player Vincenzo Iaquinta.

Former Juventus player Vincenzo Iaquinta spoke with TuttoJuve.com, here are his words. "When a great team like Juventus does not bring results, it is normal for there to be criticisms. I don't think, however, it is right to blame only Allegri . In these cases, the responsibility lies with everyone, even the players and the club. well to be able to compare and improve, in view of the recovery " JUVE' GAME - "What is missing from this Juventus? They don't verticalize much and play too much horizontally. Of course, goals can still come with great players. But I would like to see a more proactive, more offensive Juve. Vlahovic ? He's always very lonely there . up front. And everyone's faults, as well as the coach. A better game can guarantee many more goals. " SERIE A - "We are seeing...
Report: Antonio Conte is open to returning to Juventus
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Report: Antonio Conte is open to returning to Juventus

Former Juventus and current Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte is open to returning to Turin if Massimiliano Allegri is sacked. The Bianconeri are exploring the possibility of a sensational return and are encouraged that the Italian coach has not extended his current contract with the north London team. Allegri’s job is no longer safe after a string of disappointing performances and results. The Juventus board of directors is meeting on Friday to discuss the current situation going on with the team and could make some decisions with the coaching staff. Conte coached the Bianconeri from 2011-2014 but left the club on bad terms with president Andrea Agnelli after feeling he was not backed in the transfer market. The strongest supporter of the former coach is Pavel Nedved who tried to bring...