This week’s Al Volo sees Adam Digby look at Juventus and the Old Lady’s involved in the European Cup down through the years.
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In this week’s Al Volo column, Adam Digby speaks about Juventus and their seemingly endless search for adequate starting full backs, since the sales of Lillian Thuram and Gianluca Zambrotta to Barcelona in the summer of 2006.
The times they are a changing at Juventus, and Adam Digby brings us news of the possible return of a former favourite.
With just over a year left on his contract with the FA, Fabio Capello’s tenure as England boss gets the treatment from Ollie Jackson.
As Claudio Ranieri leaves Roma this week, Rory Hanna defends the Italian and believes that all he needs is to be given time to succeed.
It was another big weekend in Serie A as Claudio Ranieri departed the Stadio Olympico while Juventus faltered again, and Richard Chambers has all the details.
Juventus haven’t enjoyed the best of seasons so far, but Rory Hanna believes there is potential for the club to return to former glories.
Arsenal recorded a famous 2-1 win over Barcelona at the Emirates Stadium while Shaktar Donetsk defeated AS Roma 3-2 in a shock result at the Stadio Olimpico as the Champions League Round of 16 continued to shine following Wednesday night’s action writes Ger McCarthy.
Al Volo returns for another week, and Adam Digby looks at the club closest to his heart – Juventus.
In this week’s Al Volo, Adam Digby explains the importance and the revival of the Coppa Italia on the peninsula.