JUVENTUS NEWS

Andrea Pirlo is already looking ahead to next week’s clash against his old club Milan. “I won’t be emotional, as the game is too important.”
Antonio Conte is pleased Juventus ended their dry spell and passed the Catania test. “We’d never gone behind at home before.”
Vincenzo Montella has “regrets” about Catania’s missed opportunities in the 3-1 defeat, but praised the Juventus mentality.
Juventus fought back from a shock early Catania goal to win 3-1 thanks to Andrea Pirlo’s first strike for the club, but ex-Juve defender Marco Motta saw red.
Juventus welcome Catania this evening with Marco Borriello and Fabio Quagliarella in the starting XI.
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni is “nauseated” by the Juventus refereeing controversy and insists his men will remain focused on Roma.
Simone Pepe returns to Juventus for tomorrow’s match with Catania, but Alessandro Del Piero is in doubt after suffering from flu symptoms.
Milos Krasic “does not want to go to Zenit,” confirmed the Juventus outcast’s agent, as the Russian club begins to wind down its transfer bid.
Zdenek Zeman has waded into the controversy between Juventus and referees, insisting “the only penalty was for the foul on Sebastian Giovinco.”
Antonio Conte has responded to the growing number that have criticised his outburst about refereeing after Juventus’ midweek match in Parma.
Catania boss Vincenzo Montella has rejected the theory that there is a conspiracy to stop Juventus from winning.
Parma director general Pietro Leonardi has criticised Juventus for the way they have conducted themselves since Wednesday’s 0-0 draw.
With Juventus struggling to score and Milan facing a tricky away trip to Cesena, there is no guessing who will be top of the pile after Week 24.
Mattia Destro says he’s delighted to have caught the interest of Juventus – the club he supported as a boy.
Juventus have released a statement backing the comments from Coach Antonio Conte and midfielder Andrea Pirlo, that the club deserve equal treatment.
Claudio Ranieri does not follow Antonio Conte’s assertion that only Juventus are suffering at the hands of referees this season.
Luciano Spalletti has revealed that Milos Krasic could join the club from Juventus – but only on a loan deal.
Parma boss Roberto Donadoni thinks that Juventus’ refereeing protests show a lack of class.
Soon to be Milan President Silvio Berlusconi insists his side are a stronger outfit than title rivals Juventus.
Inter and Juventus look to return to winning ways with home fixtures in Week 24, whilst Lecce and Siena face off in the relegation battle.