Primavera & Under 17 - 2017/18 (1 Viewer)


Mark

The Informer
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Dec 19, 2003
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#44

6 goals in 5 games at the Viareggio.


he's a couple of months older than Kean.

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kid's taller than Mandzu. Took him from Legia Warszawa.



now rocks longer hair.



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[video=twitter;977200786898915329]https://twitter.com/JuventusFCYouth/status/977200786898915329[/video]
 

jukazem

Senior Member
Feb 10, 2007
3,604
#50
Capello: Technique over tactics
https://www.football-italia.net/119666/capello-technique-over-tactics
Fabio Capello believes Italy must ease their emphasis on ‘tactics’ and teach their youngsters more about ‘technique’.

“I hear talk about football schools,“ he told Radio Anch’io Sport.

“At the age of 12, kids are always and only given the ball in Spain, while in Italy, it’s all about tactics.

“It’s much easier to teach tactics than technique: you can correct the tactics, but you can’t correct technique.”
I agree with this and I think it's the main problem for Juventus Primavera... although I think this obsession with tactics applies to main teams as well.
 

Nejc

Senior Member
May 13, 2006
1,615
#51
Allegri said the same thing years ago. Explains why there are barely any Italian players useful for top teams in past few years.
 

Juve_fanatic

Second coolest member!
Apr 5, 2006
6,135
#53
I dont get it really.....whats the point of having youth squads if you cant promoe a single young talent in your first team in the past 20-25 years and probably even more? Besides Giovinco and Marchisio, but thats just two players and Gio barely had any impact on the first team....
 

Mark

The Informer
Administrator
Dec 19, 2003
80,432
#54
This may be the worse Primavera edition I ever saw. Apart from Fernandes there's NOTHING. Olivieri started well.
 

tosh_rose

Senior Member
Aug 21, 2010
904
#55
Get ready for the first ever Juventus Academy World Cup!

From 11-15 June 400 players from 20 Juventus academies from around the world will take part in the first edition of the Juventus Academy World Cup.
400 players, 32 teams, 16 nations, one Bianconeri passion.

The first edition of the Juventus Academy World Cup will get underway on Monday 11 June until Friday 15 June, with Juventus Academies from all over the world taking part in the name of fun and friendship. 104 matches will be played on the football fields of Bardonecchia, Oulx and Sauze d'Oulx in the group stage running from 12-14 June. With the Juventus Training Center in Vinovo hosting the quarter-final, semi-final and final matches on 15 June. 32 teams from 20 Juventus Academies worldwide will be involved, as a total of 400 players look to take to the field with over 250 parents in tow.

The Allianz Stadium will host the opening ceremony on Monday 11 June, where the 16 countries of: USA, Canada, Guatemala, Colombia, Tunisia, Australia, China, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Sweden, Russia, Slovakia, Cyprus, Poland and United Arab Emirates will be in attendance. You can follow the Juventus Academy World Cup on Juventus.com and our social channels with daily updates provided, in addition to both the opening and awards ceremony being broadcast live on Facebook.

http://www.juventus.com/en/news/news/2018/juventus-academy-world-cup.php

Phew, a Juve team will finally win a final in an international tournament... :snoop::D:juventus:
 

Hustini

Optimist Prime
May 29, 2005
80,582
#56
Done deal: Juve steal 15-year-old striker from under Man Utd noses

09 June at 12:15
Juventus are on the verge of completing the signing of Lucas Gomes, a promising Portuguese striker with Brazilian passport.

Our own Nicola Balice writes on Ilbianconero.com that the Old Lady has basically completed the singing of this exciting 15-year-old who had been close to joining Manchester United.

Gomes had a few trial trainings with the Red Devils back in December but the Premier League giants were unable to compete his signing because of bureaucratic reasons. The 15-year-old is under contract with Swedish giants Malmoe and Juventus are now close to completing his signing.

The promising striker has already trained with Juventus’ youth team and this past Tuesday he was in Turin to undergo his medical with the bianconeri.

The deal between Juve and the player’s entourage is almost closed but being Gomes younger than 16 he may remain on loan in Sweden for one more season before moving to Turin permanently.

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@Albertmare
 
Feb 12, 2006
51,905
#57
Done deal: Juve steal 15-year-old striker from under Man Utd noses

09 June at 12:15
Juventus are on the verge of completing the signing of Lucas Gomes, a promising Portuguese striker with Brazilian passport.

Our own Nicola Balice writes on Ilbianconero.com that the Old Lady has basically completed the singing of this exciting 15-year-old who had been close to joining Manchester United.

Gomes had a few trial trainings with the Red Devils back in December but the Premier League giants were unable to compete his signing because of bureaucratic reasons. The 15-year-old is under contract with Swedish giants Malmoe and Juventus are now close to completing his signing.

The promising striker has already trained with Juventus’ youth team and this past Tuesday he was in Turin to undergo his medical with the bianconeri.

The deal between Juve and the player’s entourage is almost closed but being Gomes younger than 16 he may remain on loan in Sweden for one more season before moving to Turin permanently.

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@Albertmare
 

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