HJ Magazine is back and better than ever for the month of January, packed full of exclusive Juventus-related digital content for supporters to savour.
Adorning the cover complete with appropriate attire is the Bianconeri’s very own Superman Gigi Buffon, whose heroics between the posts have ridden to the team’s rescue on countless occasions since 2001.
His extensive and revealing interview, which features a video and photo gallery charting some of his finest saves, is flanked by a feature piece on team-mate Giorgio Chiellini, another player to commit his long-term future to the club in recent times.
On the subject of defensive pillars, there’s a fitting tribute to Buffon’s predecessor Sentimenti IV, a shotstopper with a knack for goalscoring who served the club so admirably between 1942 and 1949.
Sticking with the legends theme, eight-time Scudetto winner Giuseppe Furino forms the focus of an innovative interview piece in which he looks back on his incredible career with daughter Federica.
Heading back to the present, Roberto Pereyra is the subject of an interesting chat with Jtv presenter Paolo Rossi in the appropriate setting of one of Turin’s Argentine restaurants.
The midfielder, who recently opened his Juventus account in the Coppa Italia triumph over Hellas Verona, talks about his rise to the dizzy heights of Serie A stardom following his humble beginnings of playing football on dirt pitches.
The game has certainly evolved since Pereyra’s early days of barefoot action in Argentina, and HJ Magazine steps forward to the present day to examine how science and football combine to produce detailed match analysis for Massimiliano Allegri and his assistants.
Also working hard behind the scenes to guarantee a rosy future for years to come are Roberto Sassi and Federico Cherubini, head of Training Check and Primavera sporting director respectively.
Both explain how their daily work is geared to helping the club produce and refine the best sporting talents, 64 of whom are currently out furthering their sporting education at clubs in Italy and beyond.
A splash of glitz and glamour is provided in the form of Italian film star Valentina Lodovini, who talks candidly about her love for Juventus and highlights from years of supporting the black and white stripes.
An edition of HJ Magazine would not be complete without a comprehensive review of the team’s recent fixtures, including photos and match highlights, and snaps of supporters making their fortnightly pilgrimage to Juventus Stadium.
With all this on offer, and much more, HJ Magazine represents a must-have item for every Juventus fan. Available for just €4.99 per edition, or as an annual subscription, you can download your copy on App Store or Google Play.