It's time for Stramaccioni's Udinese

They were undefeated, they seemed invincible, Juventus were the untouchables. That is, until, in November 2012, Andrea Stramaccioni's Inter came to town.

Deploying a trident up front, the Nerazzurri came from behind in remarkable fashion to punish the Bianconeri's laissez-faire approach to the game and destroy Juve's "invincible" reputation. They left Turin with a 3-1 win and Strama became the first coach to introduce the bitter taste of defeat to theBianconeri fans.

In charge of Udinese now, Strama will be back in Juve's stadium on Saturday night looking to serve the "Old Lady" with another defeat. A man who derives pleasure from inflicting pain on teams he studies in great detail, the tactician is renowned for his love of observing the opponent -- searching for ways to expose the smallest of flaws in their game.

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