Juventus vs Kiev (1 Viewer)

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#21
Yes,Dinamo get to score one...Hopefully we get to see another Gigi kung-fu kick!

Dinamo have a pretty good counter attack..I here that they will be playing defensively,but Del Piero,Nedved,Salas and Di Vaio will be able to break them down,I am sure.
 

Stu

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
17,556
#22
Soccerage haven't posted their preview for this match yet,I am hoping that they will have it up soon so that I can see what they think will be the starting lineup. I dunno why I am hoping this though,cause Soccerage are always wrong!:D:p
 

Al71

New Member
Sep 23, 2002
1
#23
++ [ originally posted by Paolo_Montero ] ++
this should be pretty easy, say a 4-0 win
Oh, yeah, baby!
I am glad you're thinking this way. In fact, I would like all your zerbas on the field to think the same. Dinamo would love you guys to underestimate us.
Yeah, sure, we probably will lose. After all Juve IS good and we are playing in Italy. But 4-0? You gotta be dreaming.
Since when did Italian clubs became so offence-oriented? And don't forget, Dinamo managed to put together pretty decent defence.
And one more thing. Michilichenko will NOT target a win, or even a draw. The coach will shot for a good game. And you should know what a relaxed team can do. Everyone expect Dinamo to lose, this loss in pragrammed in the plan for the group appearence.
So, the pressure is on you.
In any case, have a good game.
Alex
 

Layce Erayce

Senior Member
Aug 11, 2002
9,116
#25
I think this game is tricky because we dont know anything about this team. At least not as much as any team we've faced for the last 2 or 3 years.

I know for a fact that they have a very intimidating home-stadium atmosphere. Nothing like anyhting in the EPL and perhaps only matched by Gala's Ali Sami Yen.

They dont have a superstar player that we've all heard about, but you never know....
 

BigIzz

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
1,088
#27
Tough game to predict...I wouldn't be shocked to see us win easy and win big, at the same time I wouldn't be shocked to see us play poorly and even lose
 

hussain1982

Junior Member
Aug 22, 2002
56
#31
PROBABLE LINEUPS

DP's_Apprentice take that



JUVENTUS (4-3-1-2): Buffon; Thuram, Iuliano, Montero, Birindelli; Camoranesi, Davids, Baiocco; Nedved; Di Vaio, Del Piero


juventus will win 2-0 or 3-0

I hope Di vaio score his first goal to juventus. if juventus wont to go to the second stag they have win all home match .all all all
 

Febrina

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2002
2,011
#33
++ [ originally posted by hussain1982 ] ++
PROBABLE LINEUPS

DP's_Apprentice take that



JUVENTUS (4-3-1-2): Buffon; Thuram, Iuliano, Montero, Birindelli; Camoranesi, Davids, Baiocco; Nedved; Di Vaio, Del Piero
No Moretti?


juventus will win 2-0 or 3-0

I hope Di vaio score his first goal to juventus. if juventus wont to go to the second stag they have win all home match .all all all
I hope so :)
 
Aug 20, 2002
141
#36
I think we will win but it wont be easy if we dont get 2 goals in front ( it never is ) i think if we had a really creative attacking mid for arguments sake lets say ronaldinho we would tear their defence apart as he could slot in loads of clever through balls and little chips over the top maybe even dribble straight through them. anyway i say juve to win 3-1
 
Aug 20, 2002
141
#37
"PROBABLE LINEUPS

JUVENTUS (4-3-1-2): Buffon; Thuram, Iuliano, Montero, Birindelli; Camoranesi, Davids, Baiocco; Nedved; Di Vaio, Del Piero

DINAMO KIEV (1-4-2-1-2): Reva; Ghioane; Peev, Husin, Sablic, Nesmachnyy; Leko, Khatskevich; Cernat; Leandro, Shatskikh.


PLAYERS TO WATCH

Juventus: Mauro Camoranesi. The Argentinean winger was impressive last week against Feyenoord, and not only because of the superb goal that gave Juve the lead. The former Verona player is healthy and focused: I expect him to give Dunamo plenty of troubles with his speed and imagination.

Dinamo Kiev: Florin Cernat. Lippi is aware that the 22 year-old Romanian offensive midfielder is capable of creating some problem to Juve's defence with his imagination. "Dinamo are a well built team, and Cernat is the hub of their play" he said on Monday. "


I dont know why ale isnt the player to watch
and also the idiots at soccerage have spelt dinamo - dunamo which is quite cool because dinamo dun-amo what to do.
 

Martin

Senior Member
Dec 31, 2000
56,821
#39
I wouldn't prepare for an easy win if I were you. Dinamo Kiev may no longer have Sheva and Rebrov (and Kaladze) but they are still a good team. And they won their first match so they will want to continue with the good results.
 

MCPIERO

Senior Member
Jul 23, 2002
931
#40
We need to focus on the 3 points here, Juve have to top this group. The Newcastle game, I think it would be good 4 us if its a draw then we can thrash Newcastle next match:cool:
 

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