Tag Archives: Juventus

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 95 (04/20/17)

Eric Krakauer, Paul Farrell and Sean Sedacca review the Champions League quarterfinals, that were not without controversy, and preview the FA Cup semifinals, which features a clash between Premier League title contenders, Chelse and Tottenham. The boys also discuss AC Milan’s new ownership, and wax nostalgic about Silvio Berlusconi’s 31 year club presidency. Follow Eric… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 92 (03/13/17)

Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere, and Paul Farrell welcome Jonathan Johnson (ESPNFC/BeinSports France) to discuss the fallout of Paris Saint Germain’s disastrous loss to Barcelona, as well as the upcoming Champions League clash between Monaco and Manchester City. Eric, Jason and Paul also review the FA Cup quarterfinals and matchday two in MLS, analyze a… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 88 (02/06/16)

With the Premier League title race essentially done and dustet, Eric Krakauer welcomes Kristan Heneage of Yahoo Sports to discuss the relegation battle, which promisses to be one of the tightest in years. Having reached its conclusion, Eric also talks to ESPN columnist, Jeff Carlisle, about the US national team’s January camp, as Bruce Arena… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 86 (01/16/17)

Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere and Paul Farrell discuss Liverpool’s Old Trafford visit, which put an end to Manchester United’s winning streak, as well Everton’s big home win against a struggling Manchester City. The boys also talk about the clash between Diego Costa and Antonio Conte, the end of Real Madrid’s unbeaten streak in Sevilla,… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 84 (12/19/16)

On the final podcast of 2016 Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere, and guest host, Sean Sedacca discuss the biggest soccer events of the year. From Leicester City’s unlikely Premier League title to the growing influence of the Chinese Super League, Bigsoccerhead explores the stories that mattered the most.   Follow Eric Krakauer on Twitter @bigsoccerheadny… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 78 (10/24/16)

Eric Krakauer, Paul Farrell and Jason Le Miere discuss Jose Mourinho‘s heaviest Premier League defeat, as Chelsea humiliated Manchester United at Stamford Bridge, and debate whether the Portuguese has lost his managerial mojo. The boys also analyze Liverpool’s title credentials, examine an unusually tight title race in La Liga, and talk notable absentees in France… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 74 – Season 3 Kick-Off (08/29/16)

Eric Krakauer and Jason Le Miere kick-off Bigsoccerhead’s 3rd season by discussing what they learned during the opening weeks of Europe’s top leagues. From the Premier League to the Champions League, Eric and Jason analyze the biggest events in the early goings of Europe’s beautiful game. Follow Eric Krakauer on Twitter @bigsoccerheadny Have your say… Read More »

Juventus heavy favorites to lift 6th straight Scudetto, but Serie A season looks promising

By Sean Sedacca Generally speaking, Italians are not early risers. Very rarely do they schedule anything important for the morning hours, preferring to ease into their day and pickup momentum as it moves along. The Serie A championship is a fairly accurate reflection of this national tendency. Analysis of and reactions to the first two… Read More »

Bigsoccerhead Podcast: Episode 69 (05/23/16)

Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere and Paul Farrell discuss Manchester United’s FA Cup win and subsequent dismissal of Louis van Gaal. The boys also review the big cup finals in Germany, Italy, France, and Spain, and analyze the Hudson River Derby, after the New York Red Bulls thumped New York City FC 7 – 0.… Read More »

Juventus, the anonymous dynasty

Normally, when you bring up the subject of sports dynasties, warm and nostalgic feelings are conjured up as everyone’s preferred examples come to mind. Regardless of the specific sport or team in question, all dynasties share some common characteristics. A star player that anchored the team during that era. Perhaps, a monarchical coach that defined… Read More »