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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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Chibsah. Born in 1993 or 1963???

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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Post by DeviAngel Thu Feb 07, 2013 10:58 pm

Ouasim Bouy

broke the ligament on his knee


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Post by Juveman17 Fri Feb 08, 2013 3:49 pm

Shit good luck Bouy Sad
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Post by thegutterpoet Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:48 am

February proved an uneventful month for our co-owned/loaned players, with few gaining any extra minutes. Leali continued to excel in goal for Virtus Lanciano, and the reports from last season regarding his rare and special potential are gaining substance by the week. However, elsewhere in Serie B, our young juventini struggled to make the bench or escape the treatment room. Let’s hope for a more fruitful March…

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Gabriel 'Rasputin' Appelt...they thought they had finished him, but back he comes with a vengeance.

Finally, after a lengthy injury lay-off due to a fractured fibula, our Brazilian regista Gabriel Appelt, returned to the Pro Vercelli starting XI and played till the final whistle in their commendable 1-1 away draw to 7th place Juve Stabia. Vercelli have a hard task to reach safety, but with Vicenza and Bari doing their best to help them out, the present 6 points lying between relegation and safety is far from insurmountable, especially so now they have their midfield dynamo back in the mix. Gabriel was a first team regular prior to his injury and his re-involvement in first team affairs can only do the player and team the world of good. Attacking midfielder Elio de Silvestro failed to reach the field, watching the entire match from the bench. Although he has featured fairly consistently for Vercelli, racking up 3 starts and 10 sub showings.

Superstar in the making Nicola Leali clocked up his 25th appearance of the season, but was unable to stop high flying Brescia scalp Virtus Lanciano 0-2. Leali, as aforementioned, has been in brilliant form for Virtus and if he continues at his current rate of form and improvement, he could well be given a shot by a Serie A club next term. It’s likely he could challenge Rubinho, but what use is sitting 3rd choice for our first team when he could challenge for a starting place at a lower ranked serie a club potentially???? Missing from Brescia was the injured once again Ouasim Buoy, who has yet to really pick up momentum after suffering a few niggles since his injury lay-off in December. Meanwhile his juve team-mate Fausto Rossi started and finished the game helping Brescia maintain their charge towards the play-offs. Wide midfielder Rossi has made two assists in his impressive 19 matches so far this season, as well as continuing to feature in the Italy U21 set-up.

Richmond ‘Biggie’ Boakye continued his efforts to regain his starting spot for Sassuolo after his trip to Africa for the ACON, by entering the fray in the 68th minute of the league leaders’ shock 0-2 home defeat to bottom of the pile Grosseto. The Ghana international didn’t play in South Africa as Ghana struggled to finish fourth in the tournament, but the experience will certainly have proven rich and encouraging for a lad of just 19 years of age. His countrymen Chibsah missed this match entirely, through injury or suspension I am unsure…The striker will be hoping to add to his impressive 9 goals and 4 assists over the final third of what has been a wonderful season full of promise and power.

Highly thought of defender (Uncle) Albert Masi was a second half substitute for Ternana, for whom he signed on loan in January. The elegant defender could not prevent his side losing a potentially pivotal mid table clash with Citadella 1-0, and now must face the future with a bleaker demeanour, for the play-offs are close to out of sight. Still, all we care about is more playing time for a defender we own, who looked quality during our pre-season. We will hope for suspensions to injuries to Ternana centre backs…nothing too nasty, just serious enough to give Albert a chance to get a foot in the first team door and stay there until the end of the season.

Moving up to Serie A…

Freddy ‘the iceman’ Sorensen continued his successful season by starring in Bologna’s 3-0 extermination of a hapless Cagliari effort. Notching up his 14th start of the campaign, Freddy kept resolute watch alongside Cherubin at the centre of the home defence. Also in action was Manolo Gabbiadini, who lasted until the 86th minute before swapping kisses and caresses with fellow juventino Christian Pasquato who went onto to score a lovely goal from distance to put the icing on the cake for the home side. All three are enjoying a solid season, with the Danish star shining the brightest. I would very much like to see him back at Juve, but we will have to wait and see how Paratici and Beppe judge his development (as well his value to other sides who own players we desire) in the summer.

Over at Genoa, who now sit shamefully in 17th position, 5 points and only one place clear of the relegation rabble, Ciro Immobile persists in his struggle to get games in his best position. Arriving in their latest ruin, a 3-1 loss away to Roma, in the 61st minute, and proving unable to stem the tide of misery and failure. It must be galling for the young prima punta to be playing second fiddle to Borriello…such is the price of youth in Italy eh? or perhaps just the ability to beguile of the former fan favourite, just ask Conte and Matri what the hell was going on last season…

A quick comparison of the three major striking hopes presently on our books>

Gabbiadini – 188 mins per goal/assist

Immobile- 228 mins per goal/assist

Boakye- 104 mins per goal/assist



Clearly these stats do not tell the whole story. Gabbiadini has an easier time at Bologna, where his inclusion is more common in a position he enjoys. Richmond is playing only at Serie B level, for a team flying high near or at the top since early on this term. Ciro has a hard time, an impossible time dislodging Borriello who occupies his position, with Genoa coach Ballardini preferring to tighten up the team rather than open up offensively also making life harder for a player who so much was hoped for after his stunning 2011/12 season in serie B with Zeman’s free scoring Pescara side. Just to compare…in that period, Ciro managed a goal/assist every 85 minutes. Which suggests that he knows where the goal is, and that we shouldn’t be overly impressed with Boakye who we cannot judge accurately until he is playing in the top league.

PRIMAVERA
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Vajebah Sakor made his debut for the U19 primavera squad at the tender age of 16.

After our unexpected freak loss to Juve stabia dumped us out of the Viareggio tournament, Baroni had a fair amount of time to regroup the troops, integrate some of the new arrivals and prepare long and hard for the return to league action against Genoa last Saturday. Unfortunately, despite playing well from the start, creating several fine chances, and Beltrame giving us an early lead, we succumbed to two goals in quick succession after the break, and fight as we did, could not manage an equalizer. That 1-2 home defeat brought an end to a winning streak which reached back 12 games. Still, we remain in 1st place, 3 points clear of 2nd place Fiorentina on whom we have a game in hand.

Laurentiu Branescu - Jacob Laursen, Daniele Rugani, Joel Untersee - Elvis Kabashi, Hasan Pepic, Giuseppe Ruggiero, Andrea Schiavone - Stefano Beltrame, Edoardo Ceria, Stefano Padovan

GOAL- Beltrame 3’

SUBS –Garcia for Ceria 59’

Sakor for Schiavone 64’

Lanini for Ruggiero 76’.

Exciting Montenegrin left winger Hasan Pepic made his debut from the start, with fellow January arrival, the Norwegian wonder kid Vajebah Sakor also tasting his first piece of competitive action. Whilst Pepic, at 19 years old, is expected to be ready for this level, and will surely be loaned out in the Summer, 16 year old midfielder Sakor must be very highly thought of by the management to be thrust into the deep end so soon.

Thankfully we have the perfect opportunity to redeem ourselves next weekend, when the primavera play against our high flying city neighbours, Torino, who are in a rich run of form. Before the derby we have the small issue of Sakor’s former club Rosenborg to deal with in the do or die Nextgen knockout round this Thursday.

It’s great to see not just the increasingly expansive, efficient scouting network competing for and procuring the signatures of some top talent around the world, but also these same players been given a chance to fight for the cause as soon as they merit it in training.

My hopes are blossoming for Sakor…Kabashi, Beltrame, Rugani are all looking very promising and of the players at other clubs Leali and Sorensen seem the most consistent performers, with F. Rossi, Boakye, Appelt, Buoy and Gabbiadini all doing everything right in the journey from Exciting Youth Prospect to Established Senior Player.
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Post by DeviAngel Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:23 pm

BEltrame scored today against Rosenborg

Juventus 1 - 0 Rosenborg
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Post by DeviAngel Thu Mar 07, 2013 9:21 pm

And our young playera are trough to the 1/4 final they'll play against CSKA Moscow
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Post by thegutterpoet Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:54 am

SERIE B

Alberto Masi seems to be gaining momentum at Ternana, following up his début last weekend with a full 90 minutes under his belt in the 0-0 draw with Spezia. After spending the first month of his loan move to the rossoverdi on the bench, the central defender who showed so much promise in his pre-season at Juve last year must now push on, cement his name in the starting XI and perform well enough to encourage a team in the top flight to take a chance on him next term. Still…at only 20 years of age, he has time on his side. I am just keen to see another Italian defender step up to the senior ranks in the coming years and we will likely have to wait longer to see how Rugani and Magnusson fare when playing with the seniors. With his side sitting in 15th, its still possible for Alberto to dream of the play-offs which are only 7 points away. Recent form, however, suggests the 3 points standing between Ternana and the trap-door are more of a pressing concern.

Gabriel Appelt continued to enjoy his return to first team action managing 53 minutes in Pro Vercelli’s disastrous but expected home defeat to Nicola Leali’s high flying in 11th Virtus Lanciano. The Brazilian midfielder put in a good shift until been hooked off in the 53rd minute with his Juve buddy Elio de Silvestro arriving late on in the game to make his 14th appearance of the season. Pro Vercelli find themselves further adrift of safety, with 10 points needed to catch Bari in 19th. An step too far for the newcomers to Serie B ,and we can only hope that they go down fighting for we need Gabriel to get as much work as possible as he bids to continue his development. On the other side of no-mans land, Nicola Leali continued his slow, steady march towards stardom. The goalkeeper said by many to be Buffon’s heir has made 26 appearances during the maiden serie B season of Virtus Lanciano. And surely there can be no doubt that come May, plenty of sides in the top flight will be eager to bring him into their ranks next season. Team-mate and former primavera golden boy Leonardo Spinazzola failed to add to his 7 starts for the season for the visitors.

22 year old wide midfielder Fausto Rossi started and finished Brescia’s annoying 1-1 draw with Novara. With Buoy once again in the treatment room, its encouraging to see Rossi flying the flag with pride in his absence. His contract is up in 2014 so it will be interesting to see what we do with him in the Summer. Brescia remain well placed for an assault on the top six, with our Dutch flair-merchant Buoy hopefully back in contention soon enough. Their opponents Novara are home to Albert Libertazzi, former prima punta star of the youth team who has managed a grand total of 17 minutes of the 2-0 coppa defeat to Fiorentina in August of last year coupled with two appearances on the bench since leaving the nest last year. Questions need to be asked…such as…if Libertazzi has no chance of playing at Novara, why did we not move him elsewhere in January? And…what the hell has happened to a player who was performing consistently well last season (9 goals in 14 games) and was earmarked for glory???

Sassuolo extended their dominance as Kings of the Castle, coming out on top in a 3-4 manic affair with Varese. It seems that Richmond ‘Biggie’ Boakye is having some trouble regaining his spot in the free scoring league leaders attack since returning from his observer status at the African Cup of Nations with Ghana. Plenty of time left for the powerful striker to add to his 9 goals and 4 assists for the season.

SERIE A
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Ciro Immobile v Apollo Creed

In the upper tier, Ciro Immobile continues to struggle at Genoa, forced to wait until the 59th minute before been called from the bench to play his part in the 0-2 home mauling by Milan. The striker’s team are now a mere 2 points away from the relegation scramble and yet still Ballardini seems unwilling to adopt a more adventurous line-up which is surely something to consider when goals are presently. so hard to come by. Over at Bologna, Freddy ‘kruger’ Sorensen continues his fine form in the heart of defence starting and finishing the impressive 0-1 away victory over our arch rivals Inter Milan. Manolo Gabbiadini also played the whole match, making his 23rd appearance of the season.

PRIMAVERA

Last Thursday, our primavera returned to Nextgen action with their second round do or die knockout match against Rosenberg. The big man up top, Padovan, was a steady thorn in the side of our foes, forcing three efforts on goal before the game was won by his strike partner Stefano Beltrame, who pounced on an error by the opposing defence, rounded the keeper and scored his 7th goal of the season. The Norwegians did have a chance or three, hitting the post in the second half, but Baroni's troops held firm and now face a glamour tie in London in the quarter finals where they face Chelsea who reached this stage by beating Barcelona 0-2 in Spain.

Branescu
Untersee Rugano Magnusson
Laursen Kabashi Cavion Gerbaudo Ruggiero/Tavanti
Beltrame Padovan/ Bonatini

GOALS- Beltrame

(for reports of our previous matches head here> http://tearsforthesheep.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=96)

After the shock defeat in the primavera league to Genoa last weekend which ended an astonishing run of 12 consecutive victories, it was important to produce a solid showing against local rivals Torino in the derby. Coach Baroni opted, probably wisely, to rotate the squad, with yet another big game coming this week against perhaps an even more hated rival, Napoli, in none other than the primavera coppa italia final.

For the Torino grudge match, all three of the January additions to the squad played from the start (Pepic, Cevallos, Sakor)


JUVENTUS (3-5-2): Branescu; Bertinetti, Magnusson, Pol Garcia; Tavanti, Cevallos, Sakor, Pepic, Mattiello; Lanini, Bonatini.

GOALS- Padovan (pen)
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Stefano Padovan -10 goals in 13 matches.

The match started at a frenetic pace with both teams playing with aggression and intensity. Clearly the spirit of the turn derby is not lost on the youngsters. Albanian Elvis Kabashi was the first to make it into the ref's book for a scything challenge on Gatto. After 20 minutes the sides seemed to be cancelling each other out with only one shot by Juve striker Lanini to shout about. Soon after, 16 year old Vajebah Sakor won the ball in midfield, released our new Ecuadorian wizard, Cevallos, whose charge towards goal was thwarted by the defence. Positive signs from the Norwegian midfield dynamo, still so young yet mixing it well enough with player several years his senior. Unfortunately, Sakor was soon after involved in the move which brought Torino's goal, losing the ball which was then delivered into the centre for Coccolo to finish past a stranded Branescu. 22 minutes gone and a goal down. What would the reaction be of Baroni and his beastly boys???

Mattiello and Tavanti had efforts blocked before Bonatini almost scores a freak goal! Torino goalkeeper Gomis cleared the ball into the body of our Brazilian front man with the ball rebounding just over the bar. The second half trod a predictable path with Juve chasing the equalizer and Torino attempting to sit back, absorb our attacks and hit us on the break.

Coach Baroni saw red when protesting too vehemently against a foul on Kabashi and soon after he was banished, Tavanti was replaced by ace goal-poacher Padovan. It took the burly striker just over 10 minutes to make his mark on the game, slotting away the equalizing penalty after Sakor was brought down in the box.

Chaos then rules as Lanini applies the pressure, leading to a corner, the clearance from which ends with a debatable foul by Kabashi, but the ref has lost his mind, and instead sends Ceria for an early bath! A manager down, and now a player down, Juve fight onwards, always onwards with their oars beating fiercely against the tide...Sakor smashes one towards goal late on but its turned away. Surviving the late onslaught from Torino, Juve emerge from a strange match with a creditable 1-1 draw.

We remain comfortably top of the league,-

1st Juve 45 points from 20 games.

2nd Fiorentina 44 points from 21games

3rd Torino 41 points from 19 games.


Which brings us up to speed...but before I end this rather clunky update on youth affairs, let's preview the coppa final against Napoli...which kicks off this Wednesday at 845pm in Turin.

Napoli lie presently 4th in Girone C of the primavera leagues. (juve play in Girone A. The 42 primavera teams are divided into three leagues of 14, with 16 qualifying at the end of the season for the knock-out competition which produces the season victors). They have amassed 43 points from 21 games, with a goal difference of +23.

Juve league form WWWWLD
Napoli league form WLLWD

The most obvious threat from Napoli comes in the form of Roberto Insigne, who has plundered a fearsome 17 goals in 21 matches so far this campaign. We will need to be at our best to keep him quiet.

Forza Juve.
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Post by Juveman17 Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:16 am

Nice post Very Happy
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Post by Juveman17 Mon Apr 15, 2013 2:48 pm

Gutter why did you stop these they are always a great read man. It's also the only English place to really find this information on these players. Keep posting cheers
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Post by thegutterpoet Tue Jul 23, 2013 5:32 pm

juveman17 wrote:Gutter why did you stop these they are always a great read man. It's also the only English place to really find this information on these players. Keep posting cheers

Cheers for the praise, juveman...I am 7 weeks through a three month break from my lair and life in Melbourne, visited the homeland and other parts of Europe, then Morocco, flew next to Bangkok, made my way through Cambodia and am presently in Hoi An, Vietnam. Another week or so here then off to Sri Lanka for three weeks.

I have, however, today chucked in a fair few updates on our youth sector to the site/ homepage found in my profile. I think I will get in trouble for posting it on here, so will leave it at that if you wish to take a peek.

Once I am settled back into Melbourne I will return to regularly sharing my lengthy rants and ravings in this thread.

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Post by Juveman17 Tue Jul 23, 2013 6:16 pm

No problem man cant wait to see you post regularly again
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Post by thegutterpoet Wed Jul 24, 2013 5:33 pm

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Roman Macek – Juve find their heir to Nedved’s crown…

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He comes with Nedved’s blessing…Roman Macek
A 16 year old Czech wonderkid winger, with blond hair and the blessing of Nedved himself has been snapped up for Juve and will join the club this month.

Hailing from a family of professional volleyball players, young Roman has chosen his feet, instead of his hands, to carve out a career. By nature a traditional winger, whose dribbling and hustling talents are married to a welcome determination to defend and create the bridge between defence and attack on the flanks.

FC Fastav gave him his chance, and it wasnt long before he moved up their U19 team and also became captain of the national side’s U16 outfit. He has since broken into the U17 national squad where as with the U16s he is utilized as a central midfielder. However his real strengths lie on the wings, where his ability on the ball and dynamo engine truly shine.

Fabio Paratici moved fast and with guile to secure his signature, beating off interest from the likes of both Man United and Arsenal.

Roman’s first words after agreeing the deal…

“In Turin there is a great environment to play football,”

Our new baby goal machine, David Arras
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Next on the list of new additions to the youth roster is 15 year old front man Davide Arras. A Sardinian by birth, but after hitting an astonishing 51 goals for his local side in the 11/12 season the striker was picked up by Vicenza where he excelled last term in their giovanissimo side hitting the net 27 times. He has also recently been selected for the Italian U15 side.
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Post by Juveman17 Wed Jul 24, 2013 8:05 pm

Great post Thumbs up
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Post by thegutterpoet Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:30 am

(A week old, but still useful)

To cover each and every movement in and out of our youth sector – the loans, co-owns, sales, contract terminations and purchases – in any great detail would take longer than this Sunday afternoon affords me. And so rather than try to fit a mountain into a mole-hill I will focus on the main players of interest both those with our primavera and those plying their trade away from the club yet still owned by Juventus.

Let us begin with the progress report on ace goalkeeper, Nicola Leali. After a Summer spent fending off suitors, some from the top flight, the young shot stopper – who excelled hugely at Lanciano last term – signed with solid serie B outfit Spezia. The Aquilotti (Little eagles) of Liguria have a chequered history, having declared bankruptcy in 2008 after a lengthy partnership with Inter which saw them act as a feeder/ reserve club of sorts to the rightfully maligned by all juventini Milanese powerhouse. Returning to professional football the same year as A.S.D. Spezia Calcio 2008, the Ligurians were admitted to Serie D, from where they have quickly clawed their way back to the second tier, winning promotion to Serie B in the 11/12 season leading to a respectable finish of 13th in the table.

Joining Nicola from the Juve stable of hot prospects are Hordur Magnusson (free kick specialist, solid CB of our primavera) and more recently, brazilian regista Gabriel Appelt, who spent last season doing a fine job at the unfortunately relegated Pro Vercelli. Suffering from injury at key points in the season, Appelt clearly impressed enough to invite interest from Spezia. Too good to go down with that sinking ship.

Leali endeared himself to the fans with a match winning performance in the coppa italia against Genoa (5-4 on pens) with Magnusson also making his official debut, arriving as a second half substitute and scoring in the shoot-out. The keeper appears to have won the trust of Luigi Cagni and has remained between the sticks for Spezia’s first two matches in the league – An average 0-0 home draw with Cittadella followed up with a promising 1-2 away scalping of Juve Stabia. Icelandic U21 star Hordur has not yet debuted in the league but his time will surely come. The same can be said of Gabriel, who made the bench yesterday but couldn’t reach the field.

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Gabriel Appelt…can he make the grade???
After wowing spectators with his goal and all round performance in the Villar Perosa match, Swiss striker Zoran Josipovic moved on loan to Novara. Only recently turning 18 years of age, the forward has already made his debut for his promotion seeking new side, appearing as a substitute in their opening day shock 2-1 away loss to Avellino. A largely unknown quantity given his lack of games since joining Juventus, but the early signs of his loan move are certainly positive.

Over at Pescara, midfielder Elvis Kabashi and star prima punta of last year’s primavera Stefano Padovan are yet to make their competetive debuts. Both players only managing thus far a place on the bench for the 1-2 away coppa victory over Torino. After netting a phenomenal 16 goals in 16 matches last season, Stefano will be hoping to prove he can repeat such feats at this higher level. Elvis also featured regularly in Baroni’s talented midfield. High hopes for the duo.

Alberto Masi’s brilliant efforts in the Ternana back line after moving there on loan last January prompted the Umbrians to send 2m euros to Turin in exchange for a 50% stake in the promising defender. Having broken into the Azzurrini set-up, Masi has begun the season as he ended the last, putting in two admirable shifts in his sides opening league games. After finishing 9th last season Ternana will be aiming for promotion which can only benefit Masi’s development.

Daniele Rugani returned to Empoli after his sterling showing for our primavera in our last campaign, but with 50% of his registration now in our pockets we must keep an eye on the towering centre halve whose career at both international and domestic level is on a steady upwards trajectory. Its no surprise to see Daniele involved in all four games played by his club this season and with his recent call-up to the italian U21 side to boot, its fair to say that he is taking the step up from primavera level in his hefty stride.

The same cannot (yet!)be said of former primavera ace portiere, the romanian giant Branescu, who made his debut for new loan club Juve Stabia in a depressing 3-0 defeat to Pescara. Blameless for all three which passed him, let us hope that his confidence and chances haven’t been too badly dashed against the rocks.

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After a merry go round which saw two handfuls of clubs at home and abroad vying for his signature, Richmond Boakye finally left the club a week ago. Swapping Italy for Spain, the up and coming ghanaian international joined primera liga newcomers Elche FC on a year loan deal. Much talked about over the summer as a possible inclusion in our senior squad after his second quality season in Serie B on the trot, the explosive front man announced his arrival in Spain by scoring a very late equalizer in his club’s hard fought 2-2 away draw with Almeria. Elche crunched the second tier last year, waltzing over the finish line an impressive 5 points clear of their nearest rivals. Its an interesting choice of club, given the interest from Serie A, but what has likely secured what must be seen as a coup of sorts, was probably the lack of a set price to purchase Richmond at the end of his loan. They need his goals and he needs playing time at a stronger level than Serie B. Long may his early success continue…

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Rich- mond by name, but will he be Rich by nature??? Only Elche will tell…
Sticking with Spain, Italy U21 regular Fausto Rossi has moved to Valladolid on loan. As the player himself noted, it is the best opportunity of his career and whilst I don’t expect to see him in a Juve shirt in the future, I hope he finds the strength of character to finally do justice to the talent he possesses. No doubt with the weaker defences in Spain his free flowing game will mature.
20 year old former primavera captain Andrea Schiavone moved to Siena on loan during the close season and has already made his debut for his new side in their two coppa italia triumphs. Yet to make his debut in the league, Andrea is another player who has left the youth ranks with high hopes for the future.
Other brief mentions go to…Christian Pasquato. Dropped down a league after his misadventures with Bologna, entered into a co-ownership agreement with Udinese and was promptly loaned out to Padova where he has been playing regularly and already notched up his first goal.
Fillipo Boniperti is flying high on the wing for Crotone, already establishing himself as part of their first team.
I could list more, but this article is in danger of becoming a novella. So i will quit whilst ahead and update soon-ish....
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Post by thegutterpoet Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:32 am

My other latest report can be found over at http://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2013/9/11/4718262/juventus-youth-update-recapping-transfers-and-loan-deals

Once I contribute to their site I cannot reproduce the work anywhere else...so apologies for the link, if its not allowed, although clearly..it for Juventini, not to make myself money or any kind of spam, just to share the news. My normal reports will still be coming in here, where I can be more colourful and cheeky!
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Post by Juveman17 Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:45 pm

Nice to see you posting again man Smile
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Post by DeviAngel Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:10 pm

thegutterpoet wrote:My other latest report can be found over at http://www.blackwhitereadallover.com/2013/9/11/4718262/juventus-youth-update-recapping-transfers-and-loan-deals

Once I contribute to their site I cannot reproduce the work anywhere else...so apologies for the link, if its not allowed, although clearly..it for Juventini, not to make myself money or any kind of spam, just to share the news. My normal reports will still be coming in here, where I can be more colourful and cheeky!
I love your posts but links are not allowed only from other forums, spamming is not allowed and kind of a marketing or sponsoring or luring members from here to other forums, so its good as it is in that post
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Post by thegutterpoet Tue Sep 17, 2013 11:46 am

Okay Devi...my apologies...I just found the information useful and my hands are tied in terms of reproduction. Let's get back to adhering to the rules...with the following...
Uefa Youth League kicks off today…Copenhagen v Juventus
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Can Sakor emulate his hero????

Whilst Vidal and Tevez launch themselves into battle against the Danish champions, their younger counterparts at Juve are set to do the same with the commencement of the Uefa Youth League ready to kick off today. The tournament, which replaces to some degree, the now defunct NextGen series, will run concurrently alongside the seniors champions league routine, that is, of course, until the end of the group stage when anything is possible.

So today at 3pm CET, Andrea Zanchetta and Fabio Grosso will send their young charges to the field in Copenhagen and hope for a promising start to the inaugural competition.

The squad is as follows-

Goalkeepers- Citti, Audero, Elezaj

Defenders- Bertinetti, Tavanti, Curti, Penna, Varga

Midfielders- Mattiello, Sakor, Gerbaudo, Cevallos, Di Benedetto, Roussos, Hromada

Strikers- Marzouk, Otin, Donis, Ceria

The notable absences of Barlocco, Marin and Beunacasa could well be explained by late arrivals at the club and also a decision of Zanchetta to avoid placing all of his eggs in one basket. It could also be more likely a case of having little time to judge his players and choosing the best of what he has seen since joining the club over the Summer. The regulations of selection demand that only players born after 1995 can take part and also, that 10 of the players per squad must have been with their club for at least 2 years.

Last weekend, we played our third game of the primavera league, beating a stubborn Empoli team 2-1, which leaves us third in the table after 3 games having won two, lost one. Donis was the star of the show scoring a wonderful solo goal as well as winning a penalty, which he missed, and causing the opponents constant trauma. Gerbaudo grabbed the other goal from the rebound and also hit the post late on.

Line-up against Empoli

Vannucchi; Marin, Curti, Pol Garcia, Joel Untersee Sakor, Di Benedetto, Russo, Gerbaudo, Marzouk, Donis.
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Tassos Donis, prima punta for Juventus Primavera…Can he mix it with the best of his generation????

The squad contains a large offering of players brimming with promise. Curti, Tavanti and Penna have all impressed in defence. The midfield dynamo Vajebah Sakor will lead the side from the centre of the park alongside the highly thought of Ecuadorian winger Cevallos and italians Gerbaudo and Mattiello. In attack, Marzouk has already opened his account and with rising Greek star Donis in fine form, the omens look generous…
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Post by Juveman17 Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:27 pm

Great post again, thanks!
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Post by DeviAngel Tue Sep 17, 2013 5:44 pm

thegutterpoet wrote:Okay Devi...my apologies...I just found the information useful and my hands are tied in terms of reproduction. Let's get back to adhering to the rules...with the following...
No need for apologies bro you didn't break the rules it was treated like article or news that's allowed, if its a forum than no Smile enjoy and great posts so far keep it up
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Post by DeviAngel Sun Nov 03, 2013 5:29 pm

Berardi scored a hattrick today
last week Zaza scored
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Post by thegutterpoet Sat Nov 09, 2013 1:15 am

Juventus Youth and Primavera UPDATE November 8th, 2013
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Since returning from injury, Luca Marrone has played well in the 2-1 home win over Bologna, creating a goal in the process, playing the Pirlo role in a familiar 3-5-2 formation. Fought well enough, did little wrong, but nothing wonderful in his side’s 1-2 loss to Udinese, again as part of a midfield trio flanked by wingbacks. His latest outing was solid and industrious with the ball, managing a superb 93% accuracy with his 41 passes over the 90 minutes.

Many believe, myself included, that Marrone possesses some real class. Now that he is fit, and gaining match sharpness, acclimatizing to his new surroundings, and has an in form Berardi in front of him, and the chance to play regularly in his favoured midfield berth…its time he proved himself, and I think he will. Maybe we won’t need to look too far in terms of a Pirlo apprentice, or even challenger…

There has been a change in fortunes for Sassuolo since Berardi returned from suspension and Marrone from the treatment room. Without the striker, of whom we own 50% registration rights, they played four games, lost them all, with a goal difference of -12. With Domenico back in the side, they have won a couple of games, and only lost twice in seven, producing a goal difference of -1. Two assists and five goals in those seven games represents a major attacking threat. At 19 years old, making his debut in the top flight, we are potentially looking at a real gem here…Especially when we compare his stats (a goal every 94 minutes) and form seen with the eyes with our other players established/establishing themselves in Serie A…


Gabbiadini- 2 Goals in 10 serie a starts. One goal per 400 minutes.

Zaza- 3 goals in 10 serie a matches (7 starts). One goal per 234 minutes.

Immobile- 3 goals, 2 assists, 9 serie a matches (6 starts). One goal per 210 minutes.

Manolo is the one who is lacking, and yet arguably playing in the most settled and well seasoned side of the four youngsters in question.


Further afield…

Our surprise signing from Bra, Mbaye Diagne, has yet to make his debit for Ravanelli’s struggling Ajaccio of France, who remain as they have been since the opening few fixtures, perilously loitering near the trap-door.

Moving across the border, bypassing those gritty basque tribes and finding ourselves in the sunny South-east, so close to the sea we can feel it in our lungs when we take our first full breath of fresh morning air…but no, we are not here to swim, to relax in the soothing gaze of the sun goddess. We are here to check on the progress of Richmond Boakye. Who has been in solid form for the struggling newcomers to la Primera. The explosive young striker has scored just the two goals from eight matches, but 6 of those performances have come off the bench and he remains the club’s second top scorer. Too hard to gauge much, but no reason to worry. Yet, his promise remains secure.

With the primavera still to cover, the wind howling not quite as loudly as my hellhound desperate for attention and my desperation to be outside, strident and demanding, after spending too much time today stuck in the anemic atmosphere of my office, I will focus on not only my three favoured loanees cutting their teeth in the second tier, but also perhaps the presently most promising. Thankfully, for the purpose of brevity of research, they are all at Spezia. Who are enjoying a promising start to the season, presently sitting 9th, just outside the play-off zone, on 17 points after 12 games.

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Leali (GK)-
Surely destined for Serie A sooner rather than later Nicola Leali has been in fine form. Fast establishing himself as the number one choice between the sticks and continuing where he left off last term when he won an award for best goalkeeper in Serie B. Played 9 in the league, 2 in the coppa.
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Magnusson (CB)-
Already a regular in the Icelandic U21 set-up, Hordur the Iceman Magnusson has worked his way into the starting line-up. No mean feat for his debut bow in professional football. With more competition for his place, his 9 appearances so far represents wonderful progress for the stopper with great free kick skills confirmed by his 3 assists for his country over the last 3 months.
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Appelt (DM)
After impressing in the ill-fated Pro Vercelli campaign of last season, Gabriel has already managed 9 full games for his club. With only 2 losses in those 9 games it seems his value to Spezia is growing steadily, and in turn his value to us. His position, as a deep lying regista with sound defensive zeal, is surely of interest to us, for we have only Marrone in the Pirlo role with any chance of staking a claim for a chance in our senior squad in the near future.

Briefly, I will mention our two Stefanos, who worked so well together in Baroni’s primavera before the Summer, when both moved on to mix it with the men…

Beltrame-
The race for the cultured second striker’s signature was hot over in the close season, with his final destination ending up in Bari whose wretched form finds them languishing in 20th position. 3 starts and 5 appearances from the bench isn’t terrible, but with just the one assist to show for his efforts, its no surprise that he is struggling for a spot in the first XI. With such high promise shown in the recent past, Beppe and Paratici will need to seriously consider finding him a stronger club if Bari continue to falter. On a more positive note, Beltrame continues to play a regular role for the Italian U20s notching up 2 goals in his last two showings.

Padovan-
Our primavera top scorer decided to head to Pescara. And what a shame that Zeman isn’t still at the helm…The Turin born prima punta has been given just the four substitute appearances, setting up a goal in the process, but clearly hungry for more. As with Beltrame, he continues to prove useful for the Italian U20s, scoring once in his last 2 games at international level.

Room for improvement for them both. Yet the season remains young, and their situations can be reconsidered during the Winter mercato if an upturn in form and fortunes fails to appear.

PRIMAVERA

Led by Zanchetta and Grosso, our youngsters have been toiling away on two fronts. Firstly domestically, slowly finding their rhythm after a topsy-turvy start, which was to be expected with so many changes to the squad. At this stage of the campaign, we are third in the table after 6 games. Our latest fixture in the league was a hard fought 2-3 away victory against Parma. Otin, Penna and Tavanti grabbing the goals.

In Europe, Zanchetta has had to negotiate our efforts in the inaugural UEFA Youth League, which marries itself for the group stage to the senior Champions League competition. Our fortunes there have been mixed to say the least.

We began by mirroring our senior side with a 2-2 away draw to Copenhagen. Dynamo midfielder Vajebah Sakor and towering centre back Pol Garcia scored the goals. Following this, we smashed the turks, Galatasaray, 3-1 at home, thanks to strikes from Marzouk, Gerbaudo and Soumah.

Unfortunately that is where the good news ends, for our last two matches in the Youth league have seen us face off against Real Madrid, and lose horribly in the first game 6-2 (Buenacasa, Soumah), then lose yet again at home in the follow-up, somewhat more respectably, 0-2.

With a home tie against the Danes still to come, and an tasty adventure in Turkey, our future progress in the competition remains in our own hands. We sit third presently, with 4 points from 4 games.

In terms of a favoured first XI…very tricky to discern, but the following seems as strong as anything else
Citti
Untersee Garcia Curti
Emmanuello Slivka Sakor Gerbaudo
Otin
Donis Souma

Other regulars include Marin, Cevallos, Barlocco, Marzouk. Audero, Marin.

It seems that Zanchetta is still seeking his best first eleven, and whilst our league form is enough to keep us near the top, we really must improve in Europe.

Overall, a few bumps on the road, the Spezia lads are doing well and I will hope to feel more upbeat when I concoct the next report before Christmas.
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Vajebah Sakor – The brightest prospect from our primavera.

(peek at this recent interview with the rising star of Zanchetta’s midfield->

http://www.juventus.com/juve/en/news/sakor_interview )
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Post by DeviAngel Sat Nov 09, 2013 8:21 pm

Boakye scored again
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Post by DeviAngel Sun Nov 10, 2013 3:59 pm

domenico berardi scored again taking him to 6 goals so far this season
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Post by elm_baraja_shaman Sun Nov 10, 2013 11:11 pm

Gabbiadini also scored....
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Post by DeviAngel Sun Nov 24, 2013 4:27 pm

Luca Marrone 2 assists to Simone Zaza and Domenico Berardi ! Very Happy
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