[Serie A] Juventus - Lazio (1 Viewer)

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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Lazio are struggling atm following back to back defeats against Cagliari. In truth their position in the league speaks for itself and three points is what we require after letting a two goal lead slip away to Inter. Del Piero should be back but whether he'll start or not remains to be seen.
 

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Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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    On paper it looks like we should run out winners and comfortably too but I don't really care about the scoreline. A thrashing would be excellent, but as long as we come out on top I'll be satisfied.

    It would be nice for DP to return and get on the scoresheet.
     

    Pete

    Senior Member
    Nov 23, 2003
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    A big win would be a dream. A confidence boost after that last 20 minutes in Milan. 3/4-0 please.
    Zlatan to get a few from open play. He deserves it.
     

    kaizer

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    Nov 1, 2003
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    ++ [ originally posted by Muscolino9 ] ++

    Zlatan to get a few from open play. He deserves it.
    yes, IMO he was good tonite....causing problems for Cordoba and Mihajlovic. but he needs to improve, especially on ball-hogging
     

    swag

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    Sep 23, 2003
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    We should grind this ailing Lazio side into a fine paste. Anything less than 2-0 should be considered a failure. :fero:
     

    GRK

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    Oct 19, 2004
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    #17
    ++ [ originally posted by sehnsucht79 ] ++
    well. december's our worst month. anyhow, I'm confident we'll win. although I've always thought Juve performs better away than at home.

    You're right. Juve are better away. We should win by at least 3 goals.
     

    Eire

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    Mar 1, 2004
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    #19
    we will beat lazio they have lost the players who used to frustrate us fiore stankovic and corradi

    juve will win 2-0

    and gilardino and frey and co will at least hold milan
     

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