2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4-0-0, 1st in Italian Serie A
Serie Awesome Podcast: Episode 2 now available (0:45)
More deserving of the Ballon d'Or: Modric or Ronaldo? (1:15)
Nicol: Ronaldo needs to accept his limitations (3:02)
Serie A Predictor: Juve to keep momentum in Week 5 (2:11)
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15hBen Gladwell

Can sorry for sexist answer to Ronaldo's red card

Juventus' Emre Can apologised for causing any offence after he said the red card shown to Cristiano Ronaldo was wrong because "we're not women."

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18hMark Ogden

Ronaldo must change his game to succeed at Juve

Cristiano Ronaldo is still a difference maker and a ruthless finisher, but he can't do what he did at 25. He must accept that and remodel his game.

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20hDale Johnson

UEFA opens disciplinary case against Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo left the pitch in tears after being sent off on his Champions League debut for Juventus. But how long is his suspension?

Allegri: Ronaldo's red card was unfair (0:41)
Will Ronaldo's red card vs. Valencia be rescinded? (4:11)
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Juve overcome Ronaldo red to beat Valencia

Juventus overcame a first-half Cristiano Ronaldo red card to beat Valencia 2-0 in their Champions League opener at the Mestalla on Wednesday.

Transfer Rater: Kante to Juventus? Ramsey to Milan? (2:56)
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Juve disturbed by firecrackers outside hotel

Cristiano Ronaldo and his Juventus teammates were the target of an attempt to disturb their Champions League preparations against Valencia.

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2dBen Gladwell

Costa defended by Allegri after spitting 'blackout'

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said Douglas Costa had a blackout when he spat at Federico Di Francesco and earned a red card against Sassuolo.

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3dBen Gladwell

Juventus plan to become world No. 1 - pres.

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has said signing Cristiano Ronaldo was just the latest step in his club's bid to become the best in the world.

Top 5 Serie A goals of the week (1:52)

RankingsItalian Serie A

Goal Difference5Tied-2nd
Goals Scored9Tied-1st
Goals Conceded4Tied-5th