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Wednesday May 1 2019
Berna: Feel like a leader

Juventus winger Federico Bernardeschi says he is now ‘a man and a complete player’ and that he feels like a leader.

Bernardeschi has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign with Juve, particularly catching the eye during their comeback victory over Atletico Madrid in the Champions League last 16.

“Juve make you grow, but only if you’re able to receive the messages they send you,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Wednesday April 17 2019
Juve and Allegri deserve every criticism

Ajax laid bare the worst defects of this Juventus side, as Elio Salerno saw a team running scared with a sense of inferiority that stems from their Coach.

There can be no excuses, no alibis and no hiding place for Max Allegri, his players and Juventus football club. Regardless of the opposition’s excellence on Tuesday night, exiting the competition was not an option. This was not an unfortunate defeat, where the underdog had defended for their lives and stolen victory. Juventus were dominated and were fortunate not to concede more. A scintillating Ajax team destroyed the establishment and deservedly progressed to the semi-finals of Europe’s elite competition, edging a step closer to legendary status.

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Tuesday April 16 2019
Bernardeschi: 'Juve will win eventually'

Federico Bernardeschi remains adamant “Juventus will win the Champions League. If it’s not this year, it’ll be the next or the one after.”

The Bianconeri were knocked out of the quarter-finals by Ajax, 3-2 on aggregate, after a 2-1 home defeat.

President Andrea Agnelli and Coach Max Allegri already said in their post-match comments that they are preparing for next term together.

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Monday April 15 2019
Kean the key to knocking out Ajax

Breaking records for club and country, growing in confidence each game, Anthony Barbagallo insists Juventus must start Moise Kean against Ajax.

Juventus will be preparing to go another round with a young talented Ajax side – who are looking to emulate the Bernabeu night in Turin – this Tuesday evening. For the Bianconeri not to fall into the usual trap of complacency and their conservative approach, the Italians must ensure they start in-form Moise Kean for this season-defining fixture. The versatility of the 19-year-old can add more dynamism in that frontline, making life more complicated for the Ajax defenders than in the first leg.

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Thursday April 11 2019
Bernardeschi: A good result, but...

Federico Bernardeschi believes Juventus picked up a ‘good result’ after their 1-1 draw with Ajax but admits ‘we could’ve done more.’

The Bianconeri hold a slender advantage going into next week’s Champions League quarter-final second leg in Turin, having bagged an away goal on Wednesday, but Bernardeschi alluded to mixed feelings after the game.

“We could’ve done more, but it’s a good result,” the winger told Juventus TV.

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Thursday April 11 2019
Ajax make Juve anxious

Juventus have an all-important away goal, but Elio Salerno notes the performance left many fans in a nervous disposition going into the second leg with Ajax.

The score draw says advantage Juve, but based on the 90 minutes we witnessed in the Johan Cruijff Arena, the Champions League quarter-final is very much in the balance, with both teams fancying their chances of progression.

Erik ten Hag’s exuberant Ajax team were yet again impressive on Europe’s elite stage. The expectation surrounding the Dutch team has significantly heightened and their players are clearly revelling in the spotlight. From the outset they were energetic, skilful, creative, and full of attacking intent.

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Wednesday April 10 2019
Nedved: 'Must do better than in Madrid'

Juventus Vice-President Pavel Nedved expects many goals against Ajax and reveals how they knew Cristiano Ronaldo “was ready to play.”

The Champions League quarter-final first leg kicks off at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT).

Click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

The Bianconeri lost the first leg of their Round of 16 to Atletico Madrid, 2-0 away from home, turning it around with a 3-0 home victory.

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Tuesday April 9 2019
Juventus face Ajax decisions

There are two big decisions yet to be made for the Juventus starting XI against Ajax, including Paulo Dybala and Rodrigo Bentancur in a 4-3-3 formation.

The first leg of the Champions League quarter-final kicks off in Amsterdam on Wednesday at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT).

Giorgio Chiellini and Emre Can are ruled out by injury, while Andrea Barzagli and Douglas Costa are not fit enough to start.

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Tuesday April 9 2019
Bernardeschi: 'Ajax full of talent'

“Ajax are a young side, full of talent and play good football,” warned Juventus star Federico Bernardeschi ahead of their Champions League quarter-final.

The first leg is in Amsterdam on Wednesday evening, kicking off at 20.00 UK time (19.00 GMT).

“They are physically and athletically strong, so it’s something we have to pay attention to, they have many good qualities,” Bernardeschi told UEFA.com.

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Saturday April 6 2019
Bernardeschi: 'Balanced Juve-Milan'

Federico Bernardeschi expects a “balanced encounter” with Milan today, but Juventus know they are “close to the objective.”

It kicks off at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“I expect a very balanced encounter. It’ll above all be a fascinating game between two strong teams, so I hope the fans will be entertained,” Bernardeschi told JTV and Sky Sport Italia.

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