JUVENTUS NEWS

Marcello Lippi warns it would be ‘a glaring error’ to write-off Juventus after only two games.
Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini tells Juventus to ‘believe’ in Paulo Dybala.
Juventus Legends including David Trezeguet, Toto’ Schillaci, Pavel Nedved, Edgar Davids and Fabrizio Ravanelli played a 1-1 draw with Boca Juniors Legends.
Iago Falque felt Roma “sent a strong signal” with their commanding 2-1 victory over Juventus.
Carlo Ancelotti believes Juventus can win the Champions League and “threaten the Spanish hegemony.”
A new development in the Calciopoli scandal, as a judge ruled Inter’s Giacinto Facchetti “lobbied” referees the same way as Luciano Moggi.
Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has been appointed to the UEFA Executive Committee for 2015-17.
CONI has released a statement explaining the reasons for upholding a one-match closure of Juventus’ Curva Sud.
David Trezeguet believes former Juventus teammate Gigi Buffon is ‘the best goalkeeper of all time’.
Marcello Lippi believes Serie A is ‘more balanced’ this season, but cautions against writing off Juventus.
Former Milan defender Thiago Silva sees Roma as favourites for the Scudetto this season.
Chievo have their ‘feet on the ground’ despite topping the Serie A table, according to Simone Pepe.
New Chievo signing Simone Pepe says his time at Juventus was ‘a privilege’ and speaks about the ‘terrible’ feeling of losing the Champions League final.
Giovanni Trapattoni says Juventus are like ‘a dragon with seven heads’ and backs them to retain the Scudetto.
Juventus say they are ‘perplexed’ by the decision to close the Curva Sud in Juventus Stadium for Saturday’s match against Chievo.
Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici has thanked Juventus for allowing them to ‘bring Carlos Tevez back home’.
Cesare Prandelli believes the ‘solid structure’ at Juventus means they’re still Scudetto favourites.
Chievo defender Nicolas Frey says that Juventus are ‘to be feared’ despite his side’s stunning start to the Serie A season.
Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon defends Andrea Pirlo - ‘I don’t think it’s time yet for Andrea to hang up his boots’.
Massimiliano Allegri believes too much emphasis on tactics is holding back Italian football.