Bursting with Bianconeri treats for supporters to savour is October’s edition of HJ Magazine, the club’s official digital fanzine available to download today.
Geared especially towards users of tablets and smartphones, the 100-page quarterly publication is enriched by a wide selection of high quality photo galleries and videos, enabling readers to enjoy a generous selection of easily navigable content at their fingertips.
Adorning the cover is the main man in the dugout, Massimiliano Allegri, who lifts the lid on his beginnings, football philosophy and life away from the field of play in his first 360-degree interview since joining the club in July.
Newcomers very much take centre stage of the latest edition of the magazine, with Allegri’s interview supported by detailed profiles of summer captures Kingsley Coman, Patrice Evra, Alvaro Morata, Roberto Pereyra and Romulo.
One name that needs no introduction to Juventus supporters is Martin Caceres, who took time out during the club’s busy week in Australia to speak about his humble start to life in Uruguay and subsequent journey to the peak of international and domestic football.
Another incredible rise to stardom worth recounting is that of former Bianconeri defender and Champions League winner Moreno Torricelli. From the first steps made under Giovanni Trapattoni right through to his coaching role in the present day, the 44-year-old's revealing interview is a must-read every any Bianconeri fan.
On the footballing side, there’s just enough room for coach and fully paid up member of the goalkeeper’s union Claudio Filippi to talk about the innovative methods he uses to sharpen up the shotstoppers’ reflexes on a daily basis, before academy prospect Mattia Vitale looks back on an unforgettable summer spent on tour with the first-team squad.
No edition would be complete without the views of a celebrity supporter, and October brings the turn of eight-time Grand Prix Motocross world champion Antonio "Tony" Cairoli.
Elsewhere, there’s a statistical rundown on the giant strides made by the club in expanding its social media presence, plus a comprehensive look at the new applications designed to keep supporters constantly up to date on breaking developments in the black and white world.
With all this on offer, and much more, HJ Magazine represents a must-have item for every Juventus fan. Available for just €4.49 per edition, or as an annual subscription, you can download your copy on App Store or Google Play.