Pirlo wins first trophy as Juventus beat Napoli in Italian Super Cup
Andrea Pirlo won his first trophy as a coach on Wednesday as Juventus beat Napoli 2-0 in the Italian Super Cup.
Clash of moods as Pirlo seeks first Juventus trophy against Gattuso's Napoli in Italian Super Cup
Andrea Pirlo seeks to ease fears his Juventus lack the killer instinct of his predecessors as the fledgling coach targets his first trophy against Napoli in the Italian Super Cup, days after a damaging league defeat to Inter Milan.
'Painful' as Juve beat 10-man Sassuolo to move fourth in Serie A
Andrea Pirlo's side won their third straight league match for the first time this season to move fourth, seven points behind leaders AC Milan with a game in hand.
'Maestro' Pirlo faces mentor Lucescu in Champions League opener
Andrea Pirlo takes his first managerial steps in the Champions League at Dynamo Kiev on Tuesday, a game which pits the fledgling Juventus coach against his vastly experienced former mentor Mircea Lucescu.
Pirlo's debut, Mbappe's return and the Bayern juggernaut: European football talking points
Football across Europe is well and truly up and running again after the Italian Serie A and German Bundesliga seasons kicked off over the weekend. AFP Sport rounds up some of the main talking points from the action across the continent:
Dybala stays, Higuain out as Pirlo vows to bring joy back to tired Juventus
Paulo Dybala will remain at Juventus but fellow Argentinian Gonzalo Higuain will not, new coach Andrea Pirlo revealed on Tuesday, as he vowed to bring joy back to the Italian champions' game.
Andrea Pirlo named new Juventus coach
Former Italy and Juventus star Andrea Pirlo was Saturday named as the Italian champions' new coach, just hours after Maurizio Sarri's sacking. Sarri, 61, leaves Juventus after just one season, a day after the Turin giants crashed out of the Champions League in the last 16 to French club Lyon. The 41-year-old Pirlo, who has…
Football greats who retired in 2017
AC Milan hero Kaka, charismatic World Cup-winning magician Andrea Pirlo and Roma icon Francesco Totti all hung up their boots.
Champions League final: Win it for me, Pirlo tells Juve
"Here we are: Juve-Real in the Champions League final. I say 'we' because even if this time I will not be on the pitch, I will be the number one supporter," the veteran midfielder wrote in a column for La Stampa, the daily based in Juventus's home city of Turin.