Arturo Vidal & Juventus Stadium
Arturo Erasmo Vidal Pardo (born 22 May 1987) is a Chilean footballer who plays as defensive midfielder for Juventus and Chile. Juventus Stadium is an all-seater association football stadium in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, and the home of Serie A club Juventus Football Club./5
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Arturo Vidal returns to Juventus Stadium beating Cesena at the score of 3-0. Watch the match @
Ferguson asked Conte by Vidal as Mediaset Sport The player also wanted by Real Madrid and Barcelona, would cost around 40 million euros to Manchester, you want to renew your equipo.Alex Ferguson , who was invited yesterday to Juventus Stadium to watch live final of the Europa League match between Sevilla and Benfica and sat next to the current Juventus coach Antonio Conte, have offered 32 million euros for Arturo Vidal on behalf of Manchester United, according to the Italian newspaper Sport Mediaset. The Red Devils , whose main mission to undertake a major renovation of its workforce, are ready to fight with Real Madrid and Barcelona for the signing of the star of Chile. The conversation between Ferguson and Conte hinted that the transfer will not be easy , but the main objective is to retain Pogba Juventus , Vidal and selling could be realized if Manchester reaches 40 million he wants the team Turin by your player .
Juventus moved nine points clear at the top of Serie A with a comfortable home victory over Inter Milan. With second-placed Roma's match abandoned earlier on Sunday, Juve took full advantage to further distance themselves from their closest rivals. Stephan Lichtsteiner headed home the opener for the hosts before Giorgio Chiellini drilled in the second. Arturo Vidal made it 3-0 with a close-range shot, with Rolando firing in from the angle for Inter's consolation. Defeat leaves the 18-times Serie A champions without a victory in five league matches, while coach Antonio Conte's Juve recorded their 11th successive home win of the season. They dominated inside the Juventus Stadium, with Samir Handanovic making three great saves to prevent Inter from going down to a bigger defeat. The Slovenian goalkeeper twice denied Carlos Tevez and also thwarted Mirko Vucinic. Inter's leading scorer Rodrigo Palacio wasted three good chances to add to his 10 league goals this season, the best opportunity a header from six ya ...
Juventus moved eight points clear at the top of Serie A after beating second-placed Roma, who were reduced to nine men. Arturo Vidal stabbed in the opener with Juve's first attack before Leonardo Bonucci volleyed home a second. Roma had two players sent off within a minute as Daniele De Rossi fouled Giorgio Chiellini before Leandro Castan handled on the goalline. Mirko Vucinic then scored from the penalty spot to complete the win. Roma finished 2013 somewhat disappointingly after a blistering start to the season, drawing five of their last seven games, but they arrived at the Juventus Stadium without a defeat in their first 17 matches. Initially, they looked more like the side that won their first 10 games as they kept Juve back inside their own half, confidently passing the ball around as they patiently searched for an opener. In contrast, Juventus offered little in the opening 15 minutes, but their first attack produced the game's first goal as Carlos Tevez spun superbly before threading the ball to Vid ...
JUVENTUS UNSTOPPABLE! The champions saw off the previously unbeaten Giallorossi to march eight points clear, but Garcia's men remain ahead of target as they look to challenge. Juventus are winter champions and already on the verge of waltzing off with a third straight Scudetto. Sunday’s game against Roma at Juventus Stadium should have been their toughest test yet, but the Bianconeri simply proved that substance will beat style every time. A 10th successive league victory was always on the cards from the moment Arturo Vidal poked home a goal completely against the run of play, and was secured thanks to second-half goals from Leonardo Bonucci and Mirko Vucinic. That Roma’s two minutes of madness which saw them reduced to nine men finally ended the contest should not be used as evidence that Juve were anything but the better side. The truth is that the champions remain a step ahead of the rest. Rudi Garcia’s men arrived in Turin with an unbeaten record to protect and the undisputed crown of Serie A’ ...
Juve hold Real in 2-2 thriller Arturo Vidal and Fernando Llorente wiped out Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale in a sparkling Juventus 2-2 Real Madrid. It can still be a positive result, as Copenhagen beat Galatasaray 1-0 in the other game. This means Juve are bottom, but only one point shy of the other two teams. This was a must-win game for the Bianconeri, who had just two points from three Champions League Group B games. Giorgio Chiellini was suspended after his controversial red card in the 2-1 defeat at the Bernabeu, so Kwadwo Asamoah was used on the left to counter Gareth Bale in a 4-3-3, but Mirko Vucinic and Stephan Lichtsteiner were still sidelined. Carlo Ancelotti benched Raul Arbeloa, moving Sergio Ramos to right- back. Paul Pogba’s screamer from distance flashed wide after four minutes, while the packed Juventus Stadium crowd jeered loudly whenever Real’s players – dressed all in orange – had the ball. A Cristiano Ronaldo angled drive was inches past the far post, while Fernando Llorent ...
Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio has denied suggestions that his current war of words with the club is over wanting more money. On Friday, the 27-year-old had hinted at an exit from the Bianconeri this summer due to not knowing whether he was still considered an important player to Antonio Conte's men. With the transfer window a fortnight away, the midfielder has insisted that his reason for questioning the Turin-based club's intentions are not down to financial gain. Marchisio told Sky Sport: "It is not for this reason. For me, it is not about money." The Italy international, who is currently at the Confederations Cup with Cesare Prandelli's men, has been a key member of the squad in both of Juve's back-to-back Scudetto triumphs in the last two seasons. However, he has the likes of Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Paul Pogba to compete with in midfield and it has been suggested that he could depart the Juventus Stadium ahead of the new Serie A campaign.
There are reports Giorgio Chiellini might not be fit enough to start tonight’s Juventus-Torino derby duel. The defender limped off during the final minutes of the win over Chelsea and skipped the defeat to Milan last week. He had reassured fans that he was fully recovered and ready to play this evening, but rumours in the Italian media suggest his calf problem has flared up again. Martin Caceres had filled in for Chiellini, but is also injured, so Antonio Conte could pick either Luca Marrone or Lucio in the three-man defence. Arturo Vidal is expected to rest in order to give Paul Pogba a rare start in midfield with Emanuele Giaccherini tipped to replace Kwadwo Asamoah. Mirko Vucinic and Sebastian Giovinco are the current favourites to lead the attack. Kick-off at the Juventus Stadium is at 19.45 GMT.
Giorgio Chiellini admits he was surprised by the tactical approach Inter took at the Juventus Stadium. “They deserved the victory.” The Nerazzurri adopted a 3-4-3 system with Rodrigo Palacio, Diego Milito and Antonio Cassano upfront. “In all honesty, I expected them to man-mark Andrea Pirlo but wasn’t sure if it’d be Fredy Guarin or Palacio. That’s how they approached Fiorentina with Coutinho coming back, but this time they seemed to alternate,” he said after the 3-1 defeat. “Inter are very strong on the counter and until we kept our balance to lock down those spaces, we were in control and had the chances to add a second goal. “As soon as we lost our unity and started to leave more spaces, Inter took advantage and deserved the victory.” Arturo Vidal had given Juve the lead after 18 seconds, but it should’ve been ruled offside. “At half-time we were thinking of other things and not whether the goal was offside. In the second half Inter were able to stretch us out and that created t ...
Arturo Vidal wanna stay at Juventus Stadium forever :-)
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