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Italian Super Cup between Juventus and Lazio will be in Riyadh with no restrictions for women

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Stewart Robson believes Juventus have lacked "fluency and urgency" all season under Maurizio Sarri.

The 2019 Italian Supercoppa between Juventus and Lazio will be held in the Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh, where there will be no limitations on the entry of women to the ground.

Serie A announced the match, which pits together the league winners against the Italian cup holders, will take place on Dec. 22 2019 at the King Saud University Stadium.

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AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso banned one game for referee protest

AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso has been given a one-game touchline ban for confronting the referee at the end of Wednesday night's Supercoppa.

Gattuso protested with the officials for not giving what he felt was a clear penalty for a foul by Emre Can on Andrea Conti late on in his side's 1-0 defeat to Juventus.

The Lega Serie A released their disciplinary statement on Thursday and it stated that Gattuso would be banned for one game and fined €15,000 for "shouting at the referee at the end...

Floyd Mayweather celebrates with Ronaldo and Juventus after Supercoppa win

Cristiano Ronaldo secured his first silverware since leaving Real Madrid on Wednesday evening as his Juventus side emerged victorious in the Italian Super Cup.

The Portuguese superstar scored the only goal of the game as Juve narrowly beat AC Milan out in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia to claim the trophy for the first time since 2015.

After the final whistle, Ronaldo was joined by none other than retired boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. as the Bianconeri celebrated in their dressing room at the King...

Cristiano Ronaldo secures Italian Super Cup glory for Juventus

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Cristiano Ronaldo's second-half goal secured a record eighth Italian Super Cup victory for Juventus as they beat AC Milan 1-0 in the Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah on Wednesday.

The trophy, which was being contested outside of Italy for the 10th time, is traditionally a clash between the Italian league and cup winners, but Milan qualified as Coppa Italia runners-up after Juve clinched the domestic double last season.

Striker Gonzalo Higuain was dropped to the Milan bench amid media rumours of an imminent...

Serie A defends 'men only' sections for Juventus vs. Milan Supercoppa final in Saudi Arabia

The Italian Supercoppa match between Juventus and AC Milan in Jeddah will have sections reserved for me in the crowd
The Italian Supercoppa match between Juventus and AC Milan in Jeddah will have sections reserved for men in the crowd.

Serie A have defended the decision to have sections reserved solely for men at the Supercoppa final between Juventus and AC Milan in Saudi Arabia.

The league's decision to host the event in the Saudi city of Jeddah caused controversy with Amnesty International calling upon the two clubs to boycott the match following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

However, it was confirmed the match would be played on Jan. 16 -- and information on the event released by Serie A said...