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Modena 1 – 4 Juventus (primavera)

7 Apr

Vanucchi

Mattiello Varga Romagna Barlocco

Cevallos Sakor (Roussos 69′) Kabashi (Penna 89′)

Donis Beunacasa(Soumah 65′) Gerbaudo (c)

(4-3-3)

GOALS-

Dezai (M) 33′ 1-0

Gerbaudo 41′ 1-1

Donis 51′ 1-2

Cevallos 58′ 1-3

Soumah 94′ 1-4 (pen)

 

 

 

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Juventus 3 – 3 Sassuolo PRIMAVERA

2 Apr

Vykintas Slivka – The hero of last week become the villain of today. Continued his scoring run with his second in two matches, but followed it up with a headbutt and straight red. Amusing and certainly the sign of a strong will, but it didn’t help our cause.

Vanucchi

Tavanti Varga Pellizzarri Barlocco

Gerbaudo (Ceria 80′) Kabashi (Cevallos 67′) Sakor Alivka

Soumah (Roussos 57′) Donis

Scorers-

Slivka 18′ , Donis 22′, Sakor 52′

A topsy turvy game saw us fall behind as early at the 5th minute, with Slivka pulling us even in the 18th minute. Unfortunately Vanucchi soon turned the tie in our opponents favour with a haphazard own goal…

The see-saw nature of the match continued, with Donis scoring his tenth league goal of the season on 22 minutes to once again bring parity. Disaster struck early in the 2nd half with Slivka expelled for a filthy challenge on an opponent’s rib-cage. Which didn’t stop our midfield dynamo Vajebah Sakor driving forward and scoring his first of the league campaign to put us in the lead at 3-2.

Vajebah Sakor – Finally showing some solid form after been moved to his favoured regista role at the base of midfield.

Already down to ten men, Tavanti was also given his marching orders with 56 minutes on the clock, leaving us facing a testing final half hour. Bringing on three fresh strikers gave Sassuolo the impetus required and they broke our resolve on 74′. The game petered out to a draw.

Entertaining, yet the draw sees us drop down to 3rd place in the table, on equal points with second placed Sampdoria, but with a far inferior goal difference. Next up on the fixture list is a visit to bottom placed Modena, where surely we will pick up a much needed victory. With four games left to play until the finals (Modena A, Siena H, Sampdoria A, Novara H) we really need to be picking up momentum, aiming for the automatic qualification to the knockout competition and hoping to bring some success to an otherwise hugely disappointing season.

Grosso’s debut as Primavera coach…Carpi 0-3 Juventus

17 Mar

After a poor run of form which saw head coach of the primavera, Zanchetta, deposed and ushered into areas of our youth sector involving less responsibility, former world cup winner and despised Juve outcast, Fabio Grosso stepped up from Assistant to Allenatore and made his debut away to Carpi…

One goal from Gerbaudo and a double from Soumah was more than enough to achieve a 0-3 victory. 

The result keeps us in third spot of the table, 2 points off second, with 6 games left to play before the knock-out phase.

(more details to follow)

Primavera League Siena 1 – 4 Juventus U19

12 Jan

Our primavera squad returned to league action yesterday, after their winter break, lining up against Siena. Zanchetta opted for a 3-5-2 formation, mimicking the senior squad in shape.

Vannucchi 
Penna Curti  Garcia (c)
Mattiello  Slivka  Sakor  Gerbaudo  Barlocco 
Donis  Bnou-Marzouuk

The first goal came in the 6th minute from the nimble feet of greek striker, Donis, who was quickest to react after battling to get on the end of a wonderful cross from the left from Barlocco who had been sent hurtling down the left flank by Marzouk. Donis did well to get the ball down to feet, with two defenders upon him, and smashed a quality strike across goal giving the keeper no chance.

Moroccan front man Marzouk was again the instigator for the second, latching onto a poor backpass into the area, delivering a clever back hell to Donis. The Greek striker attempted to open up an angle, but noticed Gerbaudo in space, laid the ball off for the Italian to smash home a powerful left foot drive from the edge of the 18 yard box. 0-2 with 25 minutes on the clock.

The third goal flew in straight after the restart with who else but Donis, collected a cross from the left wing on his chest, then despatching a volley past the stranded keeper from 6 yards out.  Siena not long after managed to pull one back before big Soumah followed up to knock in the rebound with a header after the keeper parried a powerful drive from Mattiello.

Observations…

Future Juve Fantasista, Donis

Anastasios Donis has great talent, quick feet and an eye for goal. Definitely a cut above the normal at his present level (U19), all the more special considering he is yet to turn 18. He seemed to link up will with Marzouk, who was happy to track back to help connect the midfield and attack as much as put himself about in the final third.

Sakor’s role as regista is patient, defensive yet he seemed to move the play laterally rather than forward. Perhaps due to lack of movement.

Spanish CB and team capitano Pol Garcia was a rock, as was Curti alongside him. With Barlocco offering stability and useful distribution from the LWB position.

The fine result leaves us third in the table, having played 12 matches, on 24 points. Next weekend we are on the road again, this time to face Novara (9th position).