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    Episode 126: Positives, negatives from Juve’s first half

    Episode 126: Positives, negatives from Juve’s first half

    We’re done with the first week of the World Cup break, so we decided to talk about some Juventus things nonetheless — namely what has taken part over the course of the first half of the 2022-23 season.
    On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss:

    There are no takeaways this week! Because, unless you count Italy’s two friendlies, there were no games to discuss! (Gotta love Italy playing a meaningless friendly on the same day of the opening day of the World Cup, by the way.)

    We don’t know if you’ve heard, but Juventus went into the World Cup break on a six-game domestic winning streak. Because of that, we decided to start out with some positivity.

    What were some of the positives from the first half of the season?

    The kids — most notably Nicolo Fagioli and Fabio Miretti — have been doing pretty well.

    Juventus’ defense has played surprisingly well. So much so that they’ve allowed just seven goals all season — four of those coming in two games — and have the best defense in the league. They went into the World Cup break with six straight shutouts.

    Danilo is good. Bremer is good. Alex Sandro ... also fairly good lately, too?!

    And then the not-so-good stuff from the 2022-23 season. Yes, the Champions League might have been mentioned. Same goes for all those damn injuries Juve’s had this year.

    There’s also how Max Allegri has managed for much of the season — which was not great.

    Twitter questions — including if it’s time to truly move on from Leonardo Bonucci and if Danilo should become a full-time center back with how well he’s played there this season, allowing Juventus to focus on signing a new fullback or two.

    You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com.
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    • 53 min
    Episode 125: Juventus might actually be back

    Episode 125: Juventus might actually be back

    Following Sunday’s win over Lazio, Juventus has not lost a Serie A game in over a month and head into the World Cup break on a six-game winning streak that has put them into third place in the league table.
    On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss:

    Takeaways from the week that was — including Juventus is playing like a good team again, Arek Milik is becoming a Mario Mandzukic 2.0 kind of striker who does the dirty work and Moise Kean has been on a tear just when a lot of people were ready to throw him to the side.

    We take a brief look at Juventus’ win over Hellas Verona.

    Juventus beat Hellas Verona and that’s all we’re going to say about that. (We said it was brief, people!)

    A much more in-depth kind of look at Juventus’ win over Lazio that saw Max Allegri’s squad jump up into third place with their sixth straight victory.

    Juventus’ counterattacking style has had a little more bite to it in recent weeks — except against Hellas — and that’s starting to pay off well.

    We look at what’s changed for Juventus from the early months of the season when things weren’t going well to now when they’re going much better.

    Twitter questions — including what happens to Weston McKennie during the January transfer window, is the World Cup break a good or a bad thing for Juventus, if we trust Juve to keep this form going come the new year, what will be key for Juve to keep this run going when games resume in January and how happy are we that Juve’s suddenly in third place.

    You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com.
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 124: Juventus take the Derby d’Italia

    Episode 124: Juventus take the Derby d’Italia

    Juventus capped a week in which they played rather well with a deserved win over Inter in Sunday’s Derby d’Italia giving Max Allegir’s squad a big boost going into the final week before the World Cup break.
    On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss:

    Juventus beat Inter, and therefore we’re in a good mood!

    Takeaways from the week that was — including Nicolo Fagioli has arrived and it’s time to be extremely happy about it, we’ve reached the end of the road for Leonardo Bonucci being a regular starter for Juventus (and Sunday’s win over Inter proved that), and Juventus gave us a reminder that Inter are frauds — you better not forget that — while being fun to watch in two straight games.

    Let’s talk about the win over Inter! (And a little bit about the performance midweek against PSG, too, but mostly about the win over Inter.)

    Nicolo Fagioli has taken his chance to suddenly get minutes in the starting lineup and completely run with it. He’s already proving to be a big-time player and a breath of fresh air for a Juventus team — and especially midfield — that needed somebody like him.

    Seriously, Fagioli is really good already!

    Also, Federico Chiesa is back!

    And in his first two appearances since injuring his knee 10 months ago, Chiesa has looked pretty good — and more importantly incredibly lively — in his limited minutes on the field.

    How much did luck and how much did Max Allegri’s adjustments play into Juventus’ win over Inter in the Derby d’Italia?

    A Twitter question-a-palooza! (Everybody was in a good mood after the Inter win.)

    You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com.
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    • 1 hr 11 min
    Episode 123: Bingeing the Europa League anthem

    Episode 123: Bingeing the Europa League anthem

    Juventus won’t be in the Champions League knockout rounds thanks to their loss to Benfica last week, and it’s not exactly like you like their chances in the Europa League these days, either.
    On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss:

    Takeaways from the week that was — including how the word “nadir” continues to come back in the fold even when you’ve though Juve has hit rock bottom, and how this season has basically forced us to run out of takeaways because it’s the same problems over and over again. (But we power on regardless!)

    No more Champions League after Juventus faces Paris Saint-Germain this week.

    That’s because Juventus’ latest Champions League loss, last Tuesday night against Benfica, means that they are officially out of the running for the knockout stages.

    You won’t believe this, but Max Allegri didn’t get a lot of things right against Benfica.

    So, it’s most likely the Europa League now unless something goes seriously wrong against PSG on Wednesday night. (Which, based on how Juve’s season has gone, you never know!)

    Juventus’ game over the weekend was absolutely terrible outside of Nicolo Fagioli’s stunning goal against Lecce.

    The kids, they’re doing pretty OK so far, aren’t they?

    Twitter questions — including why J Medical is so busy all the time, could the recent exploits from Juve’s youngsters light a fire under the veterans’ backsides, and what realistic expectations are for the rest of the season are.

    You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com.
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    • 51 min
    Episode 122: Juve pummel Empoli, deliver good vibes

    Episode 122: Juve pummel Empoli, deliver good vibes

    Juventus had one objective during the third week October — beat Empoli. And for one of the few times this season, Juve actually gave something to be happen about as we watched them play.
    On this episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss:

    Takeaways from the week that was — including Juventus giving us something fun to watch against Empoli, Filip Kostic being a dude who will cross and cross and cross and cross some more, and Moise Kean not being totally BACK but showing signs of improvement.

    Some thoughts on the win over Empoli and how Juventus actually played pretty well.

    We know, it’s hard to believe after what we’ve seen this season, too, but it actually happened. And we know the caveat is that “it’s just Empoli,” but that’s fine because it’s not like they can control who’s playing opposite of them.

    Some players who had been having some rough patches really did play well.

    Guess who looks like they’re going to be be coming back soon? Federico Chiesa and Paul Pogba.

    The thing is, though, just what should we expect from them upon their immediate return considering that we’re just a few weeks away from the World Cup break?

    Our lone Twitter question of the week — just how much Paul Pogba (and to a further extent Federico Chiesa) fit into things when he does indeed come back from injury?

    You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com.
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    • 54 min
    Episode 121: Juve’s UCL campaign is on life support

    Episode 121: Juve’s UCL campaign is on life support

    As much as the Turin derby win was a nice change of pace, it’s hard to get over just how bad Juventus has been in the Champions League this season, with a potential trip to the Europa League beckoning.
    On this week’s episode of The Old Lady Speaks Podcast, we discuss:

    Chuks is back from his honeymoon! He wouldn’t show us his fancy wedding ring, though. Probably because it’s a massive rock and cost thousands of dollars. Humble guy, he is.

    Takeaways from the week that was — including

    We work our way from backwards to forwards, starting the bulk of the show with a chat about Juventus’ latest Champions League disappointment against Maccabi Haifa midweek.

    We go through some of the tiebreakers that Juventus might need to simply finish third ahead of Maccabi and get into the Europa League.

    Seriously, tiebreakers for third place in the Champions League group. This is where things have gone.

    We switch over to the weekend’s action when Juventus actually got a win in an away fixture. It ironically came against a team that plays in the same city — which is another sign of how things are going so far this season.

    Not kidding, folks: Juve’s Derby della Mole win was the first away win of the season and it came within the city of Turin.

    Twitter questions — including Juventus’ potential Europa League hopes and how far might they go in the “other” European tournament going on, and what the heck is up with Fabio Miretti suddenly not getting any playing time as more than one Juve midfielder continues to struggle with his form.

    You can follow us — or send us questions — on Twitter @JuventusNation or on Facebook. You can also follow us on our new Instagram page, too! Get all of our match coverage, transfer rumors and much more at our website, blackwhitereadallover.com.
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    • 1 hr 4 min

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