Allegri Beware of Sevilla as Juventus Chase Top Spot

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has Sevilla as a dangerous opposition, but he is confident that the club can get a positive result in Spanish.


Juventus will be making the trip to Sevilla in order to take on the Spanish club in the fifth match day of the Champions League group stages. After having taken only two wins from their opening four games, Juventus qualifying for the knockout stages is far from certain. The team needed a victory against the Spanish club and they need to do so while playing away from home. It is a difficult task, but Allegri reckons that it can be done.

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The Impact of Goal Line Technology

Goal Line Technology is arguably the biggest change to football since the introduction of yellow and red cards. In recent years, referees and their assistants have been under increased scrutiny due to high profile mistakes made in games.

The fast-paced nature of the modern game means that officials are struggling to keep up with the game, and often miss decisions which should have been given. Goal Line Technology is the first step towards minimizing the amount of errors in games, but has it had any impact since its introduction?

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GIAMPIERO VENTURA BEGINS WORK ON ITALIAN TEAM

Giampiero Ventura has begun work on the Italian national team since his announcement by the Italian Football Federation.

The 68-year old manager was unveiled following the departure of former manager of the team, Antonio Conte. Conte who used to manage Juventus decided to return to club football to manage Chelsea leaving the spot open. Ventura has coach a long list of clubs in Italy, spending five years in charge at Torino before accepting the two year deal from the Football Federation.

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Massimiliano Allegri soon to recieve two-year contract

Massimiliano Allegri set to be rewarded for his impressive season with Juventus by receiving a new two-year contract, according to general manager Beppe Marotta.

A fifth consecutive title victory in the Italian Serie A was confirmed after the defeat for Napoli on Monday night. Juventus were on course to securing this title for quite a while. After making a poor start to the season, they have been in an unstoppable run since September. Allegri was in danger of a sack at the start of the campaign, but the amazing U-turn that he has done is set to be rewarded.

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