Our football match prediction:
Gianluigi Buffon’s tremendous saves and, of course, Mandzukic’s and Pogba’s nettings secured an important triumph for the Old Lady in their clash against Milan (2-1), even though i Bianconeri were one behind Mihajlovic’s charges. Allegri had only words of praise for his captain, since Gigi was the main culprit for the points earned at San Siro. Now la Vecchia Signora host the fallen Palremo, which is once again without a manager. Walter Novellino has been sacked as coach of the Sicilians after just a month in charge. It is expected that Davide Ballardini will return to the club once again, but the notion is i Rosanero are heading to the Serie B next season, since they are on an eleven-game winless run. High-flying Juve are expected to achieve their thirteenth consecutive home victory, and the only question is the end result. We predict a high-scoring win with yet another clean sheet for the club from Turin.
Highlighted Player (Evra):
After playing for the likes of CO Les Ulis, CSF Bretigny and PSG during his youth career, Patrice Evra started playing for Marsala at senior level. The left-footed full back played for Monza in the 1999/2000 campaign and he returned to France in 2000. After making 40 league appearances for les Aiglons, he signed a contract with Monaco at the end of the 2005/2006 season. Evra played 120 league games for les Rouges et Blancs and on 3 January, 2006 he made probably the best decision of his career as he signed a deal with English giants Manchester United. The French footballer, who was born in Dakar, Senegal, clinched five Premier League trophies with the Red Devils, while winning the Champions League trophy in the 2007/2008 season. After spending nine season at Old Trafford, Evra moved to Italy in 2014 as he signed a contract with Juventus. He won his second Scudetto with Juve in the 2015/2016 season and, speaking of his international career, he played in the Euro 2016 final with France against Portugal, but les Tricolores failed to win the prestigious trophy.
Highlighted Team (Palermo):
US Citta di Palermo is an Italian footballclub which is founded in 1898 as Anglo Panormitan Athletic and Football club. Palermo is currently active in the Serie A. The club from Palermo hosts it’s games in the Stadio Renzo Barbero. The Palermo stadium is one of the most modern stadiums in Italy and holds a capacity of 38 000 spectators. Palermo is known for it’s kit: the club colours are black and pink. The home kit of the club is in flashy pink. One of the most famous nicknames of Palermo is Rosanero which means Pink black.Palermo managed to play 5 times in the UEFA cup in the club’s history. In 1931/1932, 1968/1969 and 2013/2014 the club won the Serie B title. In 1974, 1979 and 2011 Palerma ended as runner up in the Coppa Italia. US Palermo never won a title in the highest division of Italy. Amauri, Barzagli, Bresciano , Luca Toni and Cavani are the most famous football players that played for Palermo.