An evening like this we expect it for years, since 2006 when they sent out Juve in B. We had an evening with Ranieri a 1-2 at the San Siro, but his words these days have made us think that that year was only a failure, as the choice of a coach, so changing his mind. Yesterday evening, there was the right joy but it is only the first step in a long run, long run to be taken if Juventus wants to be back Juventus. 


Tonight we give our votes and we will not be tender. 


Rating Zero: to the banner chanting the stadium, pulling out the dead of Heysel. Sorry, but the fans who wrote it worth zero, a zero as big as the San Siro stadium. 


Rating One: To Ranieri has tried to influence Rizzoli and is well managed but forgot that he had the penalties against when he was at Juve, very sad … 


Rating Two: To Paolillo, see under Ranieri … Same beach, same story, same sea. 


Rating Three : to Rizzoli, poor guy has been influenced does not see a penalty, does not see two sensational angles, vote? 3.  







































































Rating Four : to Snejider, a lot of running but poor performance, especially for the uselessrepeated protests , maybe it’s time for him to return to Holland.

Rating Five: to prescriti, you can not have eight points after nine games, as Ranieri as Gasperini has made ​​mistakes but the fault is of management.

Rating Six: To Vucinic plays well, makes a good goal, but in the second half was not bad and coy, however, positive evidence, sufficient, but Mirko can give more.

Rating Seven: to Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Bonucci and Chiellini. Good defense, good

Rating Eight: to Marchisio, the great prince.

Rating Nine: the determination, the struggle, the heart, we wanted lots of little William Wallace, and we’ve had.

Rating Ten : to Juventus, to whom is trying to bring HER back where it was. A ten to all those who know what Juventus means and now as then won the game because it is stronger and not for the referees … if you remember the people, now as then.

by: Massimo Pavan adapted by:Mike Prise