Trofeo Berlusconi (1 Viewer)

May 30, 2004
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Welll ... are we good enough.. we did beat djurgarden and played a very good game but is that good enough to give the Milan giants competition on the trofeo berlusconi .. well tomoro we find out .. am pretty confident with the current team... but a couple of addiions wouldnt upset me....
what are the lineups for tomoroow and wht are ur probable result for our match with milan.. will trezeguet and del piero still score and keep their streak of playing well going .... will the defence hold on agains scheva crespo tommasson ? Lets jus waot and see
 
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Modo Bianconero
May 30, 2004
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i dont kno guys am very confident for a win for juve like 3-2 or 4-3 something close but juventus will definitely win this match so dat moggi can say .. this team is good enough and not buy ne1 else
 
May 4, 2004
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++ [ originally posted by Modo Bianconero ] ++
i dont kno guys am very confident for a win for juve like 3-2 or 4-3 something close but juventus will definitely win this match so dat moggi can say .. this team is good enough and not buy ne1 else
if thats so, then i hope we lose 5-2 or something, so that we get at least 1 new defender (cannavaro) ! :)
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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I'm not sure Capello will play all of the first teamers so soon after our European exploits in midweek. Sure, we cruised through that game, but we don't want anyone to get injured competing for a trophy such as this one.
 
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Modo Bianconero
May 30, 2004
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good point stuart but do you really think that is a good idea to play da subs.. instead of playing with the main ones to see how good juve reely is when da opponent is such a team as ac milan
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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I dunno. I was thinking that Capello would want to give Appiah, Camoranesi, Kapo, Miccoli and the other guys that didn't feature against Djurgarden a run, but... It's a call that we can't make because we don't know how tired the players are or whatever. We'll just have to wait and see.
 

kaizer

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Nov 1, 2003
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if we win, moggi will again say we're good enuff :groan:

this is not important, but if we win it will give a morale boost for the players. win or lose, doesnt mean much......to me :D
 
Sep 14, 2003
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1 BUFFON
2 FERRARA
3 TACCHINARDI
5 TUDOR
6 LEGROTTAGLIE
7 PESSOTTO
8 EMERSON
9 MICCOLI
10 DEL PIERO
12 CHIMENTI
15 BIRINDELLI
19 ZAMBROTTA
20 BLASI
21 THURAM
22 BONNEFOI
23 KAPO
24 OLIVERA
25 ZALAYETA
26 BAIOCCO
27 ZEBINA

No Trez, Montero or Nedved
 

Seven

In bocca al lupo, Fabio.
Jun 25, 2003
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It's absolutely necessary we lose this game. Doesn't anyone remember the curse of the Trofeo Berlusconi?
 

The Arif

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Jan 31, 2004
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#16
Trez misses Milan trophy clash
Friday 27 August, 2004


David Trezeguet is out of tomorrow’s Trofeo Berlusconi match with Milan, but Fabio Capello is adamant he wants his first Juventus trophy.


“This will be another step towards the Serie A season,” assured the Coach, “but we need to understand whether the side we saw against Djurgarden was the real Juve or a performance created by the emotion of the night.”


The Bianconeri earned their spot in the Champions’ League with a confident 4-1 victory in Sweden, silencing many of their critics.


David Trezeguet bagged a brace during that tie, but he has not even made the trip to the San Siro due to a fitness worry. Paolo Montero and Gianluigi Buffon are also out of action, so Fabrizio Miccoli should partner Alessandro Del Piero.


Capello has already lifted the Champions’ League trophy with both Milan and Real Madrid, but faces a tricky Group phase in this year’s competition.


“When you start such an important adventure,” noted the experienced tactician, “the most difficult game tends to be the first one, and we’re opening our campaign away to Ajax. The Dutch giants are at a more advanced level of fitness and we know their strengths well.”


“Bayern Munich were already a strong side and have since signed some important players to make them competitive in Europe. Maccabi Tel Aviv are the least recognisable outfit, but they are a good outfit.”


“These are all difficult opponents,” concluded Capello, “but Juventus will also be considered a threat by any other club in Europe.”


Their entrance to the Champions’ League has unlocked new transfer funds and this evening director general Luciano Moggi confirmed that Fabio Cannavaro was on his way.


“We have not completed any deal,” noted Moggi, “but we are very close to a conclusion.”


Inter defender Cannavaro is expected to arrive in exchange for cash plus goalkeeper Fabian Carini. The deal could be made official over the weekend.



Juventus squad for the Trofeo Berlusconi:

Buffon, Chimenti; Ferrara, Birindelli, Tudor, Thuram, Zebina, Legrottaglie Pessotto; Emerson, Zambrotta, Tacchinardi, Blasi, Bonnefoi, Baiocco, Kapo; Olivera, Zalayeta, Miccoli, Del Piero
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
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#18
++ [ originally posted by Seven ] ++
It's absolutely necessary we lose this game. Doesn't anyone remember the curse of the Trofeo Berlusconi?
We broke that curse in 02-03 :)
 

Stu

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Jul 14, 2002
17,556
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++ [ originally posted by Arif ] ++
Trez misses Milan trophy clash
Friday 27 August, 2004


David Trezeguet is out of tomorrow’s Trofeo Berlusconi match with Milan, but Fabio Capello is adamant he wants his first Juventus trophy.


“This will be another step towards the Serie A season,” assured the Coach, “but we need to understand whether the side we saw against Djurgarden was the real Juve or a performance created by the emotion of the night.”


The Bianconeri earned their spot in the Champions’ League with a confident 4-1 victory in Sweden, silencing many of their critics.


David Trezeguet bagged a brace during that tie, but he has not even made the trip to the San Siro due to a fitness worry. Paolo Montero and Gianluigi Buffon are also out of action, so Fabrizio Miccoli should partner Alessandro Del Piero.


Capello has already lifted the Champions’ League trophy with both Milan and Real Madrid, but faces a tricky Group phase in this year’s competition.


“When you start such an important adventure,” noted the experienced tactician, “the most difficult game tends to be the first one, and we’re opening our campaign away to Ajax. The Dutch giants are at a more advanced level of fitness and we know their strengths well.”


“Bayern Munich were already a strong side and have since signed some important players to make them competitive in Europe. Maccabi Tel Aviv are the least recognisable outfit, but they are a good outfit.”


“These are all difficult opponents,” concluded Capello, “but Juventus will also be considered a threat by any other club in Europe.”


Their entrance to the Champions’ League has unlocked new transfer funds and this evening director general Luciano Moggi confirmed that Fabio Cannavaro was on his way.


“We have not completed any deal,” noted Moggi, “but we are very close to a conclusion.”


Inter defender Cannavaro is expected to arrive in exchange for cash plus goalkeeper Fabian Carini. The deal could be made official over the weekend.



Juventus squad for the Trofeo Berlusconi:

Buffon, Chimenti; Ferrara, Birindelli, Tudor, Thuram, Zebina, Legrottaglie Pessotto; Emerson, Zambrotta, Tacchinardi, Blasi, Bonnefoi, Baiocco, Kapo; Olivera, Zalayeta, Miccoli, Del Piero
Didn't we win the Trofeo Birra Moretti? :undecide:
 
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Modo Bianconero
May 30, 2004
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#20
we did .. but i dont think dats not good enough for proffesseur cappelo.. i hear buffon and montero will miss da match too is it confirmed.... for buffon dat is montero can sit this one out ... we ll do better with no penalties
 

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