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Post by Juveman17 Fri Jan 04, 2013 9:16 pm

Dam I feel bad for Boniperti. He has to live up to his grandfathers legacy, yet cant get playing time in Serie B.

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Post by S Thu Jan 10, 2013 6:39 pm

Boakye scored for Ghana against Egypt today after coming on as a sub..Game is going on currently in the 78th minute ,Ghana are leading by 2 goals to nil.

I'll post videos later on if they are available..Quite a neat finish from Boakye ,good goal.
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Post by thegutterpoet Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:29 am

Good spot, Surag...I hope he has done well enough to cement a place in the starting XI for the ACON when it starts properly...Asamoah also grabbed an assist in the same friendly.
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Fri Jan 11, 2013 3:33 pm

Richmond "Biggie" Boakye rofl
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Post by DeviAngel Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:25 pm

Boakye !! ONE LOVE !!
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Post by S Sun Jan 13, 2013 1:57 am

Gabbiadiani scored today vs Chievo.Like the commentator says in the video ,a brilliant piece of improvisation from him to nod home Bologna's 4th goal of the night.Its his 3rd goal of the season by the way.



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Post by DeviAngel Sun Jan 13, 2013 3:08 am

Our young ST's are proving a point to us
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Post by GIGItheBest Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:58 pm

Boakye scored the first goal today in the 5-0 win against Cesena. How come Boakye is playing for his club? I thought he was supposed to be with Ghana for the African Cup of Nations
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Post by DeviAngel Sun Jan 13, 2013 4:59 pm

GIGItheBest wrote:Boakye scored the first goal today in the 5-0 win against Cesena

That was on 30th December Smile he scored for ghana few days ago he is in the cup of nations Smile
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Post by GIGItheBest Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:10 pm

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GIGItheBest wrote:Boakye scored the first goal today in the 5-0 win against Cesena

That was on 30th December Smile he scored for ghana few days ago he is in the cup of nations Smile

Oh, ok now it makes more sence, thanks for clearing that up. Also, I know he scored against Egypt.
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Post by DeviAngel Sun Jan 13, 2013 6:17 pm

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GIGItheBest wrote:Boakye scored the first goal today in the 5-0 win against Cesena

That was on 30th December Smile he scored for ghana few days ago he is in the cup of nations Smile

Oh, ok now it makes more sence, thanks for clearing that up. Also, I know he scored against Egypt.

He is a beast ! Heart Boakye
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Post by thegutterpoet Sun Jan 13, 2013 10:55 pm

The Egypt game was a friendly...Still counts of course. Richmond has 2 goals in 2 games (the other came late last year in a friendly with China)
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Post by S Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:59 pm

MANOLO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

his goal got back Bologna into the game,playing brilliantly atm..I advise you guys to watch the match going on currently.

http://www.thefirstrow.eu/watch/163427/1/watch-inter-milan-vs-bologna-fc.html
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Post by DeviAngel Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:05 pm

Surag wrote:MANOLO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

his goal got back Bologna into the game,playing brilliantly atm..I advise you guys to watch the match going on currently.

http://www.thefirstrow.eu/watch/163427/1/watch-inter-milan-vs-bologna-fc.html

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Post by DeviAngel Wed Jan 16, 2013 9:55 pm

Boakye is injured
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Post by Juveman17 Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:19 am



Leali saves 12/12
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Post by thegutterpoet Sat Jan 19, 2013 12:00 am

juveman17 wrote:

Leali saves 12/12

Great find, Juveman. Cheers for that...

Daniele Rugani, Pol Garcia Tena, Andrea Schiavone, Elvis Kabashi and Stefano Beltrame are all called up for the senior squad's match against Udinese tonight. It would be great to see Rugani at the back for a late show, also Beltrame get a small opportunity in attack. I wonder why Padovan was omitted?? Perhaps he is more urgently required for the primavera game against Spezia. And will get his chance next time around. Not much chance of seeing Elvix or Schiavone I suspect...but at the back and up top, who knows.
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Post by S Sat Jan 19, 2013 4:24 am

^^I'm fairly certain none of them are going to play though,maybe an injury time sub appearance from one of them at best lol.They are just included in the squad to make up the numbers for the injured/suspended players imo.
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Post by Juveman17 Sat Jan 19, 2013 5:18 pm

What do you guys think about the whole Boniperti situation though? Does he have a future with Juve?
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Post by thegutterpoet Sun Jan 20, 2013 7:41 am

Our primavera team returned to action yesterday and proceeded to earn their first victory of 2013 with a well earned 2-1 home victory over mid table Spezia. With our nearest challengers, Fiorentina, winning 2-0 at home to Genoa, it was important to grab all three points. Second Striker Eric Lanini, mainly used as a sub previously took the most of his opportunity by cooly slotting home when put through one on one with the keeper in the first half. The oddly nicknamed 'squealing piglets' of Spezia recovered and pulled themselves level through a curling free kick hit by General Franco, but that man again, Lanini, was on hand to put the game beyond their sinister reach, when converting a penalty. Worth noting is that along those playing due to the absence of several key first team players, 15 year old ITaly u16 midfielder Fillipo Romagna made his debut. Mightily impressive to find someone of that age mixing it with the surely more physically developed mainly 18 and 19 year olds in the primavera league.

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Italy u16 international midfielder Fillipo Romagna made his debut for the Primavera (u19) in yesterday's 2-1 victory over Spezia

With 15 games played, we remain in first position, 4 points clear of Fiorentina.

Baroni's young warriors must now begin to prepare for the first leg of their coppa italia semi-final this coming wednesday, where they will face arch enemies, Torino. Hopefully, by then some of our star players will have recovered from their various stints in the medical ward...
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Post by thegutterpoet Thu Jan 24, 2013 2:04 am

First leg of the Primavera coppa italia semi-final yesterday against our cross town rivals, Torino. We mashed those red jerseyed mormons 0-2, with Gerbaudo and Schiavone doing the damage late on in the match. From what I have read, we had most of the pressure...team line-up to follow.

The second leg will be played on 30th January. In the other semi, Napoli drew 1-1 with Roma.
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Post by DeviAngel Mon Jan 28, 2013 5:00 pm

the ghana game is starting on tv Smile
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Post by thegutterpoet Tue Jan 29, 2013 12:37 pm

CO-owned/ Loaned Player Transfers update,.,.,

Spinazzola -> Virtus Lanciano
Spinazzola's move makes sense. He has 5 others in front of him in the Empoli midfield, and after his success last season as one of our finest primavera players he needs to be getting more than 7 games in 4 months. Virtus Lanciano have Nicola Leali, so there will be an immediate connection for the youngster, and we can only assume that they have asked for Spinazzola. In the relegation fight, in which they are doing very well, he is likely to get far more playing time. An expected move from Beppe and his team.

Alberto Masi > Ternana
Masi's moving to Ternana is more interesting and unexpected. Before his injury he was playing a a starter. In some ways it makes sense...Pro Vercelli are mired in the pit of doom near the bottom. whereas Ternana are mid table and still well within striking distance of the play off positions if they could put together a good run. We have to assume, again, that the Ternana management has seen a role for Masi, and if so, then its a move up for him. What causes slight concern is the report on FI I read which states that -
'Ternana have the option to sign the player outright in June 2013, but the Old Lady have a counter-option over his ownership.'
Originally, we purchased 50% of him, then quickly grabbed the remaining 50%. Which was last summer. We then loaned him back to Pro Vercelli (from whom we we buying him).
What does that FI gibberish mean???
He remains our player, likely on a 3-5 year contract. We have loaned him to Pro Vercelli, and now loaned him to Ternana. Ternana have the option to buy him at the end of the season, but whether they want him or not we can make a counter-offer...which makes things even harder to fathom. For to WHOM would be offering anything??? If I am mistaken on this, put me Right.

I guess we must await the finer details of the loan arrangement before passing judgement.

Prince Desir Gouano > Vicenza
As for the Prince...He has made just the one appearance for Virtus Lanciano, in which they were cut to slithers in a heavy loss. It was essential for the french defender to move elsewhere, hopefully to a club who will give him games. He needs chances to redeem himself. I could be mistaken, but I vaguely recall that in that particular game Prince was subbed on, and then subbed off...have I imagined that? Needless cruelty but worth mentioning, for the record.

This is probably not the end of the last minute movements of our various loaned/co-owned players, but for now, they all look sensible and positive.
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Post by juventus101 Tue Jan 29, 2013 1:20 pm

Pasquato and Gabbiadini both scored for Bologna against Roma on the weekend.
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Post by S Fri Feb 01, 2013 7:40 am

Reto Ziegler – The Swiss full-back has ended a loan spell at Lokomotiv Moscow and subsequently agreed a fresh loan deal with former side Fenerbache until 30 June 2013.

Manuel Giandonato – The midfielder has completed his loan period with Vicenza and now moves to Cesena on a temporary deal with the option to make the transfer permanent in the summer.

Salvatore D’Elia – The full-back has returned from a loan spell at Venezia and agreed terms on a permanent switch to Vicenza.

Nicolò Corticchia – The midfielder has completed his loan period with Carrarese and moved to Vicenza on a permanent basis.

Raffaele Alcibiade – The defender has returned to Juventus following a loan spell with Carrarese.

Hadrien Ingrassia – The youngster has sealed a switch to Pro Vercelli on a temporary basis.

Hasan Pepic – The Montenegrin midfielder has completed a permanent transfer after Juventus and Dinamo Dresda reached an agreement for the player’s services.

Michele Cavion – The midfielder has agreed terms on a permanent switch from Vicenza and has subsequently been loaned out to Carrarese until 30 June 2013.

From Juventus.com for just a round-up of what other deals we've done this window.

http://www.juventus.com/juve/en/news/31jan2013_Mercato
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Post by thegutterpoet Wed Feb 06, 2013 1:04 am

Brescia wasted a chance to dig their heels deeper into the play-off turf with a disappointing scoreless draw at home to mid table Spezia. Dutch midfielder Ouasim Buoy started and was subbed very late on, with his juve buddy Fausto Rossi entering the fray for the last 20 minutes.

‘Uncle’ Albert Masi failed to make his debut in another boredraw, with his new side Ternana failing to overcome the rear guard wall of a Bari team slowly sinking towards the trapdoor of Serie B. It may be a case of fitness, for Masi was suffering from injury for much of December and all of January. Let’s hope he recovers soon and gets given the chance to continue his development, for prior to his stint in the sick ward, he was a first team regular at Pro Vercelli, gaining solid experience. Ternana remain in 13th, distant enough from the relegation ménage a trois to feel comfortable, and within screaming distance of the promotion places.

The future is looking increasingly bleak for Masi’s former team-mates at Pro Vercelli, who continued their woeful form and steady march towards a swift return to the lower leagues with an expected 2-0 loss away to 2nd place Livorno. No sign of Elio de Silvestro and it appears that Brazilian regista Gabriel Appelt remains crippled and crying in the treatment room. 9 points presently stand between their present position and Safety. Far from insurmountable, but the situation is looking worse by the week…

Vicenza appear to be fighting tooth and claw against Pro Vercelli for the title of ‘worst form in Italy’, adding another defeat to their recent run of LLDL with their predictable 1-2 reverse to Juve Stabia. What the *bleep* do they expect when not only refusing to place new signing The Prince of Shit, Monsieur Gouano on the bench, but to add insult to injury, removing Carlo Pinsoglio from the starting role in goal. The young keeper was first choice for the pre Christmas period and we can only hope that he is injured, or if fit, that he regains what is rightfully his jersey sooner rather than later. Why any club would choose to sign prince Gouano is beyond my ken to fathom…This is the kid who gained infamy when caught reciting Rimbaud during his one and only appearance for Virtus Lanciano in the heavy 0-3 home defeat to Bari. A debut in which he was rightfully subbed, the manager opting to bring on a member of the crowd in his place…

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Lacking Richmond Boakye, Sassuolo missed the chance to extend their lead at the summit of Serie B when engineering a 1-1 draw at home to fellow promotion rivals Empoli. Ghanian midfielder Rahman Chibsah, the kid who looks at least 40, appeared in the second half to shore up the midfield, which he did with aplomb.

U19

Our primavera took advantage of Fiorentina’s slip up in their home draw with basement dwellers Cagliari…Making it 5 wins on the trot, Baroni’s bashers poleaxed poor Grossetto 3-1…extending their lead at the top of the primavera championship to an impressive 6 points.
Federico Gagliardini - Francesco Bertinetti, Hördur Björgvin Magnússon, Christian Tavanti - Matteo Gerbaudo, Filippo Romagna, Giuseppe Ruggiero (SUB- Di Benedetto), Andrea Schiavone(SUB-josipovic) - Edoardo Ceria, Eric Lanini(SUB – Braccini), Léo
The goals came from Gerbaudo, Lanini and Magnusson.

Before this convincing execution of a team which looks destined for more doom and gloom, the lads conjured a tight 0-1 victory away to Cagliari, with Schiavone’s first half penalty deciding the affair.
Federico Gagliardini - Jacob Laursen, Filippo Penna, Daniele Rugani, Christian Tavanti(SUB- Ceria) - Elvis Kabashi, Federico Mattiello, Giuseppe Ruggiero(SUB- Gerbaudo), Andrea Schiavone - Eric Lanini, Léo
Goal – Schiavone (pen)

Heading back even further…

12th January, 2013 Pro Vercelli 0 – 1 Juventus (Gerbaudo)
19th January, 2013 Juventus 2 – 1 Spezia (Lanini 2)

With several key players to return to the squad, (Branescu, Beltrame, Padovan), and the additions of Cevallos and Pepic, perhaps also Sakor, the immediate future for the primavera appears wonderful. The Viareggio tournament kicks off on February 11th, with our primavera as reigning champions, kicking off their campaign with a tie they will very much be expected to win, against Slovenian slouches Maribor. Two days later on the 13th we face Avellino, with the final group game falling on the 15th, pairing us with Sydney’s A.P.I.A. LEICHHARDT.
We have won the prestigious tournament 8 times alongside perennial rivals AC Milan and Fiorentina. With midfielder Spinazzola winning the golden boy award in last season’s competition, the stage is set for Bonatini and company to step up to the challenge and retain the title as well as the player of the tournament accolade.

Serie A

Finally, a quick peek at our investments placed in Serie A reveals a great month for Gabbiadini at Bologna with 3 goals in his last 4 outings, where Sorensen has also been playing regularly and Pasquato impressing when given the chance. The same cannot be said of Immobile, whose is getting the games but not the goals. Since we were apparently attempting to prize one of the two strikers away from their present clubs during the recently shut January marcato, a quick comparison of their fortunes this season seems of interest…

Ciro Immobile- Played 22 (4 SUB ON, 6 SUB OFF) 5 goals, 2 assists. 1633 minutes. 326 minutes per goal.
Manolo Gabbiadini – Played 19 (9 SUB ON, 7 SUB OFF) 6 goals, 1 assist. 946 minutes. 157 minutes per goal.
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A quick peek at the African Cup of Nations, where our support lies firmly with Ghana. Asamoah has, as expected, played a prominent role in his team’s progress to the semi-finals. And young Richmond Boakye, after been ruled out through injury for the 3 group games, made the bench for the victory over Cape Verde, but found no action. Let us wish Richmond the best of luck with selection for today’s crunch match against Burkino Faso.
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