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JuveYouth News Round-Up: U23’s & U19’s latest fixtures, transfers & injuries

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Last two fixtures of Juve U23

(01/02/2022) Serie C, Group A, 21st (postponed) round:
Triestina | 0 – 0 | Juventus U23

In the 51st minute, Triestina’s left-back, Walter Lopez, got sent off, and despite handing Juve this advantage, the town lying opposite Venezia still managed to secure a draw vs the U23’s ‘Old’ Lady. Matias Soule and Marley Aké both played till the 65th minute. Fabio Miretti completed the whole game.

(05/02/2022) Serie C, Group A, 25th round:
Giana Erminio | 2 – 0 | Juventus U23

Having lost twice and drawn once in the last 4 games in 2022, the U23 Juventus are on an unfavourable streak with only one win vs FeralpiSalo so far in this calendar year. Versus Giana Erminio, the young Bianconeri conceded two goals – one by Tremolada (47′) and the other by D’Ausilio (65′). Furthermore, this time, Juve U23’s left-back, Tommaso Barbieri, got sent off after receiving a second yellow card in the 71st minute. Soule played approximately 67 minutes and Miretti once again the whole match.

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Last two fixtures of Juve U19

(02/02/2022) Primavera 1, 16th round:
Juventus U19 | 2 – 0 | Sassuolo U19

Samuel Iling (34′) and A. J. Chibozo (45+2′) scored goals already in the first half. Both players continued to complete the whole game while the 3rd striker, Andrea Bonetti, was subbed off in the 83rd minute after also receiving a yellow card in minute 66.

(06/02/2022) Primavera 1, 17th round:
Spal U19 | 0 – 0 | Juventus U19

The last two games played between Spal’s and Juve’s U19s were both won by the club from Ferrara. This could have been changed today. Spal youngsters lost all of their last five games and the U19 Bianconeri won 3 out of the last 5. As you know now, however, none of the teams mentioned here managed to score today. Hence, a 0 – 0 draw left Juve in 3rd place in the table and Spal in 17th.

Latest Juventus Youth transfer news

  • Francesco Coppola, a defender born in 2005, goes to Pisa on loan with the right of redemption until the end of the season.
  • Brando Moruzzi, a defender born in 2004, is a new Juventus player. He comes from Sangiovannese, where he will close the season on loan.
  • Hamza Rafia returns to Italy. Returning from Standard Liege, he will wear the Cremonese jersey until the end of the current season.
  • Dario Del Fabro, returning from Belgium, specifically from Seraing, will play with the Cittadella until 30 June 2023.
  • Davide De Marino will close the 2021/22 season at Pisa, on loan with the right of redemption.
  • Alessandro Siano is a Juventus player. The goalkeeper, born in 2001, arrives permanently from Imola and signs a contract until 30 June 2022.
  • Radu Dragusin’s loan to Salernitana until the end of the season is also official, after him playing the first part of the season with Sampdoria.
  • Marco Olivieri has returned from the loan to Lecce. Until 30 June 2023, he will play for Perugia.

Latest injury reports of JuveYouth

  • Following the sprained right ankle reported during the match against Torino, Ervin Omic was subjected to tests at JMedical, which showed a capsule-ligament level involvement in the absence of bone fractures. The player began the rehabilitation process.
  • Following the dislocation of the left shoulder reported during the match with the FeralpiSalo, Koni De Winter was subjected to examinations at the JMedical with evidence of capsulo-ligament injuries. The definition of De Winter’s rehabilitation path has not been yet reported by Juventus.

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