It seems that what Juventus fans were unwilling to mention, what has been suppressed like an unpleasant thought is inevitably in front of us: Pavel Nedved is retiring!
There is not even a single gram of hope to make him reconsider like last year, the Czech has set his mind on retiring, thus arousing the suspicion in the hearts of Juve fans. It is enough to even take one glimpse at Chelsea game, Pavel was the best player on Stamford Bridge, his 36 years were flying across the turf easing...Read Full Story
Juventus midfielder Pavel Nedvěd has revealed that he will hang up his boots and retire at the end of this season.The 36-year-old nearly quit before the current campaign but instead opted to sign a new 12-month deal with the Bianconeri.But there is no turning back now and Nedvěd insists he will retire at the end of the season, no matter how well Juventus fares.He told uefa.com: "I'm still enjoying playing but considering my physical and mental condition I understand that the time has come to...Read Full Story
Juventus's title challenge was dealt a major blow as they were beaten 3-2 by Cagliari at the Stadio Olimpico.The Bianconeri could find themselves nine points behind Serie A leaders Inter Milan and behind AC Milan if results go against them on Sunday.In form Cagliari, which hasn't lost since returning from the winter break, took the lead with their first attack in the 16th minute when Davide Biondini headed in Michele Fini's cross at the far post.But the home side stormed back to lead at half...Read Full Story
Interesting news are out and it has been revealed that Juventus were willing to fast-track Pavel Nedved’s coaching career.
The 38 year old former Czech Republic international has revealed that he rejected the opportunity to become Coach of Juventus.
“I was offered the job, but I turned it down,” the former Bianconeri Golden Ball winner told Tuttosport.
“I don’t think this is the right moment for me to become a trainer. I won’t rule out that possibility in the future though.
“In fact, I’d like...Read Full Story
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The Pick: Pavel Nedved was undoubtedly one of the best midfielders of his generation, so I – the Bard – have decided to provide you all with a soliloquoy about his sizeable talents. The Czech checked into almost 500 matches in his pro career (499 to be exact) and notched 110 goals while on the pitch. He was also a fine international player, scoring 18 goals in 91 appearances for his homeland. He proved that Czech players could hold their own in Europe’s best...Read Full Story
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