Juventus start season in Turin (1 Viewer)

Stevie

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Mar 30, 2003
13,533
#1
1st round
1st leg 31/8 - 2nd leg 21/12

Juventus-Empoli

2nd round
1st leg 14/09 - 2nd leg 01/02/2004

Chievo-Juventus

3rd round
1st leg 21/09 - 2nd leg 08/02/2004


Juventus-Roma


4th round
1st leg 28/09 - 2nd leg 15/02/2004


Reggina-Juventus


5th round
1st leg 05/10- 2nd leg 22/02/04


Juventus-Bologna

6th round
1st leg 19/10 - 2nd leg 29/02/04

Ancona-Juventus


7th round
1st leg 26/10 - 2nd leg 07/03/04


Juventus-Brescia


8th round
1st leg 02/11 - 2nd leg 14/03/2004


Milan-Juventus


9th round
1st leg 09/11 - 2nd leg 21/03/2004


Juventus-Udinese


10th round
1st leg 23/11 - 2nd leg 28/03/2004


Modena-Juventus

11th round
1st leg 30/11 - 2nd leg 04/04/2004


Juventus-Inter


12th round
1st leg 07/12 - 2nd leg 10/04/2004


Lazio-Juventus


13th round
1st leg 14/12 - 2nd leg 18/04/2004


Juventus-Parma

14th round
1st leg 21/12 - 2nd leg 25/04/04


Lecce-Juventus

15th round
1st leg 06/01/04 - 2nd leg 02/05/04


Juventus-Perugia


16th round
1st leg 11/01/2004 - 2nd leg 09/05/2004


Sampdoria-Juventus


17th round
1st leg 18/01/2004 - 2nd leg 16/05/2004

Juventus-Siena
 

JuveBoy

Senior Member
Feb 4, 2003
5,022
#2
Damn,
2nd round
1st leg 14/09 - 2nd leg 01/02/2004

Chievo-Juventus

3rd round
1st leg 21/09 - 2nd leg 08/02/2004


Juventus-Roma

This is not good my friends, this is not good at the beginning!?
 
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Stevie

Stevie

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Mar 30, 2003
13,533
#4
++ [ originally posted by JuveBoy ] ++


This is not good my friends, this is not good at the beginning!?
i agree with you this is not good news, its gonna be a dificult season for juve :frown:
 

dpforever

Prediction Game Champ 2003 & 2005
Jan 12, 2002
3,794
#5
I think the schedule is good .. average matches at the beginning and the end too for us .. It's important we don't face teams participating in the Intertoto Cup (Perugia, Brescia) in the early rounds since their fitness levels will obviously be much higher than the other teams in Serie A .. The first thing I usually look for when the fixtures are released is that the last match would be a 'home' match so that we can celebrate the Scudetto at the Delle Alpi, but it won't happen this year coz we will celebrate it in Siena instead ..
 
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Stevie

Stevie

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Mar 30, 2003
13,533
#6
++ [ originally posted by dpforever ] ++
I think the schedule is good .. average matches at the beginning and the end too for us .. It's important we don't face teams participating in the Intertoto Cup (Perugia, Brescia) in the early rounds since their fitness levels will obviously be much higher than the other teams in Serie A .. The first thing I usually look for when the fixtures are released is that the last match would be a 'home' match so that we can celebrate the Scudetto at the Delle Alpi, but it won't happen this year coz we will celebrate it in Siena instead ..
I like your confidence:)
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#7
++ [ originally posted by Stevie11 ] ++
1st round
1st leg 31/8 - 2nd leg 21/12

Juventus-Empoli

2nd round
1st leg 14/09 - 2nd leg 01/02/2004

Chievo-Juventus

3rd round
1st leg 21/09 - 2nd leg 08/02/2004


Juventus-Roma


4th round
1st leg 28/09 - 2nd leg 15/02/2004


Reggina-Juventus


5th round
1st leg 05/10- 2nd leg 22/02/04


Juventus-Bologna

6th round
1st leg 19/10 - 2nd leg 29/02/04

Ancona-Juventus


7th round
1st leg 26/10 - 2nd leg 07/03/04


Juventus-Brescia


8th round
1st leg 02/11 - 2nd leg 14/03/2004


Milan-Juventus


9th round
1st leg 09/11 - 2nd leg 21/03/2004


Juventus-Udinese


10th round
1st leg 23/11 - 2nd leg 28/03/2004


Modena-Juventus

11th round
1st leg 30/11 - 2nd leg 04/04/2004


Juventus-Inter


12th round
1st leg 07/12 - 2nd leg 10/04/2004


Lazio-Juventus


13th round
1st leg 14/12 - 2nd leg 18/04/2004


Juventus-Parma

14th round
1st leg 21/12 - 2nd leg 25/04/04


Lecce-Juventus

15th round
1st leg 06/01/04 - 2nd leg 02/05/04


Juventus-Perugia


16th round
1st leg 11/01/2004 - 2nd leg 09/05/2004


Sampdoria-Juventus


17th round
1st leg 18/01/2004 - 2nd leg 16/05/2004

Juventus-Siena
Chievo, Roma at the beginning and then Inter, Lazio and Parma in succession :eek:
 

Adrian

Senior Member
Jan 31, 2003
4,405
#10
i personally dont care when we play roma and inter etc...

Chievo wont be easy, but at the start of season, both teams will be still working towards being gelled again etc...

playing Roma early is good. i'd rather play them then, rather than playing them later when they hit top form.

As for Inter, Lazio and Parma, the same thing goes. by then, i think the teams are still working towards top gear if you get my drift.
 

dpforever

Prediction Game Champ 2003 & 2005
Jan 12, 2002
3,794
#11
++ [ originally posted by Adrian ] ++
playing Roma early is good. i'd rather play them then, rather than playing them later when they hit top form.
What makes you so sure Roma will hit top form later rather than early on? According to Capello, they are having the best pre-season ever since he arrived at the club ..
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#12
i think Roma will start very well but fade away because they dont have squad depth.

They're starting 11 are awesome, but an injury to totti or Cassano would ruin them.

BTW, Chivu and Samuel would be tough to beat :stress:
 

dpforever

Prediction Game Champ 2003 & 2005
Jan 12, 2002
3,794
#14
You're right Majed .. Roma do not look like a 'complete' side .. they still need 1 or 2 more signings ..

Anyway, if Emerson joins Chelski I think this will break their season .. I think he is the second most important player, after Totti ..
 

Majed

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
9,630
#16
actually, i heard Cappello is gonna go with a 3-man defence of
---Zebina--Samuel--Chivu---

Candella would then move to LM.
 

dpforever

Prediction Game Champ 2003 & 2005
Jan 12, 2002
3,794
#17
Hmm, interesting ..


But until now he was playing with 4 defenders in the pre-season matches:

(Candela-Chivu-Samuel-Mancini)
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#18
++ [ originally posted by dpforever ] ++


What makes you so sure Roma will hit top form later rather than early on? According to Capello, they are having the best pre-season ever since he arrived at the club ..
I think that Roma will indeed start strong, and I'm expecting Cassano to have a break-out season. Hopefully we sort out our defensive problems before we meet them and Neddy, Micco, DP and Treze will need to be on top form if we're to get passed Chivu and Samuel.
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#19
++ [ originally posted by Majed ] ++
actually, i heard Cappello is gonna go with a 3-man defence of
---Zebina--Samuel--Chivu---

Candella would then move to LM.
Where will Panucci play?
 

Slagathor

Bedpan racing champion
Jul 25, 2001
22,708
#20
Our Juventus will start the season at home in the Delle Alpi stadium where they will host Empoli.

Lazio Roma too will start at home, in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome where they will face promoted club Lecce.

Inter Milano start in the Giuseppe Meazza stadium, facing Modena.

Acona host giants AC Milano.

Udinese will host AS Roma.

The rest of the calender will follow soon :)
 

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