Juventus FC: THE RETURN [2007/2008]

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Juventus
Football Club S.p.A.



www.juventus.com



Founded
1897

Colours
Black and White

Nickname
La Vecchia Signora

President
Giovanni Cobolli Gigli

Manager
Claudio Ranieri

Stadium for the 07/08 season
Stadio Olimpico

Competitions 07/08
Serie A & Coppa Italia​



CLUB PROFILE


Juventus Football Club S.p.A. is one of the prominent professional football clubs internationally, boasting approximately 21 million supporters in Europe and some 10 million supporters, almost one-third of all football fans, in Italy.

Juventus' entire winning track-record is the richest among all Italian football clubs, with 27 Italian Championships, 9 Italian Cups and 4 Italian Super Cups domestically, and a number of international trophies, i.e. 2 Champions Leagues, 2 Intercontinental Cups, 2 European Super Cups, 3 UEFA Cups, and 1 Cup Winners' Cup.

Sporting achievements have greatly contributed to the Company’s reputation and prestige and Juventus' very name elicits perceptions of success, professionalism and tradition. The Company has successfully supplemented its core competitive sporting activities with a comprehensive effort to exploit its corporate name, which has become one of the world's best known and most popular brands, achieving significant economic results.

Juventus has become a "media company", well equipped to become part of the broader entertainment industry in ways consistent with its development strategy, and to take any opportunities for growth that will arise from its changing into a "entertainment and leisure group".

Excellent sports results and increasing profitability and shareholders value are the mission of Juventus Football Club S.p.A..



PALMARES





29 Serie A Championships
On the field

1904/05, 1925/26, 1930/31, 1931/32, 1932/33, 1933/34, 1934/35, 1949/50, 1951/52, 1957/58, 1959/60, 1960/61, 1966/67, 1971/72, 1972/73, 1974/75, 1976/77, 1977/78, 1980/81, 1981/82, 1983/84, 1985/86, 1994/95, 1996/97, 1997/98, 2001/02, 2002/03, 2004/05, 2005/06

1 Serie B Championship

2006/07

9 Italian Cups

1937/38 vs. Torino
1941/42 vs. Milan
1958/59 vs. Internazionale
1959/60 vs. Fiorentina
1964/65 vs. Internazionale
1978/79 vs. Palermo
1982/83 vs. Verona
1989/90 vs. Milan
1994/95 vs. Parma

4 Italian Supercups

1995/96 vs. Parma
1997/98 vs. Vicenza
2002/03 vs. Parma
2003/04 vs. Milan

2 European Cups

1984/85 vs. Liverpool
1995/96 vs. Ajax

1 Cup Winners Cup

1983/84 vs. Porto

3 UEFA Cups

1976/77 vs. Athletic Bilbao
1989/90 vs. Fiorentina
1992/93 vs. Borussia Dortmund

2 European Supercups

1984/85 vs. Liverpool
1996/97 vs. Paris Saint-Germain

2 Intercontinental Cups

1985/86 vs. Argentinos Juniors
1996/97 vs. River Plate

1 Intertoto Cup

1999/00 vs. Stade Rennais



Flashes from the past...



CLUB RECORDS
and Individual Awards


All-time Topscorer

Alessandro Del Piero, 241 goals

Best Seasonal Topscorer

Felice Borel, 32 goals (Serie A 33/34)

Highest Number of Appeareances

Alessandro Del Piero, 560

Highest Number of Appeareances in Serie A

Giampiero Boniperti, 444

Ballon D'Or Winners

1961 Omar Sivori, 1982 Paolo Rossi, 1983, 1984, 1985 Michel Platini, 1993 Roberto Baggio, 1998 Zinedine Zidane, 2003 Pavel Nedved

World Player of the Year

1993 Roberto Baggio, 1998, 2000 Zinedine Zidane



ROSTER 07/08


GOALKEEPERS

1. Gianluigi BUFFON
12. Emanuele BELARDI
13. Jess VANSTRATTAN
31. Cristiano NOVEMBRE

DEFENDERS

2. Alessandro BIRINDELLI
3. Giorgio CHIELLINI
5. Jonathan ZEBINA
14. Jorge ANDRADE
21. Zdenek GRYGERA
25. Guglielmo STENDARDO
28. Cristian MOLINARO
33. Nicola LEGROTTAGLIE

MIDFIELDERS

6. Cristiano ZANETTI
7. Hasan SALIHAMIDZIC
8. Mauro German CAMORANESI
11. Pavel NEDVED
22. Mohamed SISSOKO
23. Antonio NOCERINO
30. TIAGO Cardoso Mendes
32. Marco MARCHIONNI

FORWARDS

9. Vincenzo IAQUINTA
10. Alessandro DEL PIERO
17. David TREZEGUET
20. Raffaele PALLADINO



TRANSFERS 07/08


IN:

Hasan Salihamidzic (Bayern Munich) - free
Zdenek Grygera (Ajax) - free
Domenico Criscito*** (Genoa) - €7.5m
Vincenzo Iaquinta (Udinese) - €11.3m
Cristian Molinaro (Siena) - €2.5m
Antonio Nocerino (Piacenza) - €3.7m
Sergio Almiron (Empoli) - €9m
Tiago Mendes (Olympique Lyon) - €13m
Daniele Gastaldello (Siena's ½) - undisclosed
Francesco Volpe (Ravenna's ½) - undisclosed
Cristiano Novembre (Fano) - undisclosed
Ciro Immobile (Sorrento) - undisclosed
Jorge Andrade (Deportivo La Coruna) - 10m €
Stefano Alba (Liventinagorghense) - undisclosed
Daniele Bompan (Focene) - undisclosed
Marco Bonassi (Pro Vercelli) - undisclosed
Amedeo Fabio Caiazzo (Rivoli) - undisclosed
Walter Carta (Ars Et Labor) - loan
Luca Giordano (San Lorenzo) - undisclosed
Matteo Liviero (Montebelluna) - undisclosed
Luca Promotton (Real Valee) - undisclosed
Davide Berto Boscolo (Venezia) - loan
Jess Vanstrattan (Verona) - loan
Carmine Esposito (Picentia) - undisclosed

OUT:

Igor Tudor (Hajduk Split) - 0m €
Robert Kovac (Borussia Dortmund) - 0m €
Federico Balzaretti (Fiorentina) - €3.8m
Andrea Masiello*** (Genoa) - 1.25m €
Abdoulay Konko*** (Genoa) - 1m €
Valeri Bojinov (Fiorentina) - returns from loan
Davide Chiumiento (FC Luzern) - undisclosed
Paolo De Ceglie (Siena) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Simone Bentivoglio (Chievo) - undisclosed
Viktor Boudianski (Ascoli) - undisclosed
Matteo Cavagna (Ravenna) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Stefano Dicuonzo (Ravenna) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Andrea Gasbarroni (Parma) - undisclosed
Douglas Ricardo Packer (Siena) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Andrea Rossi (Siena) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Giuseppe Sculli (Genoa) - undisclosed
Francesco Volpe (Ravenna) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Davide Lanzafame* (Bari) - loan
Andrea Luci (Ascoli) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Riccardo Maniero (Ascoli) - loan
Matteo Paro (Genoa) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Olivier Kapo (Birmingham City) - €2.3m
Landry Bonnefoi (Gijon) - undisclosed
Antonio Mirante (Sampdoria) - loan
Daniele Gastaldello (Sampdoria) - undisclosed
Rej Volpato (Empoli) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Sebastian Giovinco** (Empoli) - loan
Fabrizio Miccoli (Palermo) - 4.3m €
Dario Venitucci (Treviso) - loan
Pietro Zammuto (Piacenza) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Matteo Trini (Juve Stabia) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Francesco Volpe (Livorno) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Tomas Guzman (Piacenza) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Raffaele Bianco (Piacenza) - loan
Alessio Tacchinardi (Brescia) - released
Orlando Urbano (Potenza) - undisclosed
Andrè Cuneaz (Cremonese) - loan
Felice Piccolo (Empoli) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Claudio Marchisio (Empoli) - loan
Alessandro Bettega (Siena) - undisclosed
Andrea Pozzato (Tritium) - loan
Andrea Pisani* (Pistoiese) - loan
Stefano Di Berardino (Juve Stabia) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Alessandro Lepre (Vogherese) - loan
Samòn Reider Rodriguez (Cecina) - loan
Alessandro Rossi (Vogherese) - loan
Fabian Segale (Vogherese) - loan
Andrea Ciolli (Cecina) - loan
Francesco Camilli (Cecina) - loan
Giuseppe Rizza (Juve Stabia) - loan
Michele Paolucci (Udinese) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Giuliano Giannichedda (Livorno) - 0m €
Marcelo Zalayeta (Napoli) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Manuele Blasi (Napoli) - co-ownership(undisclosed)
Lorenzo Russo (Catania) - loan
Matteo Merlo (Vicenza) - undisclosed
Luca Lagnese (Bellaria) - loan
Domenico Criscito (Genoa) - loan
Ruben Olivera (Penarol) - loan
Sergio Almiron (Monaco) - loan
Jean-Alain Boumsong (Lyon)

* right to buy ½ of contract.
** right to buy 100% of contract with counter-offer of the player's ½ in favor of Juve.
*** counts in Juve's 2006-07 financial books.



SCHEDULE



Coppa Italia:
3rd round: Parma 1 - 3 Juventus
Last 16 leg 1: Empoli 2 - 1 Juventus
Last 16 leg 2: Juventus 5 - 3 Empoli
Quarter final leg 1: Inter 2 - 2 Juventus
Quarter final leg 2: Juventus 2 - 3 Inter



SCORERS

Serie A
21 Del Piero
20 Trezeguet
8 Iaquinta
5 Camoranesi
4 Salihamidzic
3 Legrottaglie
3 Chiellini
2 Nedved
2 Palladino
1 Marchionni
1 Sissoko
1 Grygera

Coppa Italia
4 Iaquinta
3 Del Piero
1 Boumsong
1 Nedved
1 Marchionni
1 Salihamidzic
1 Molinaro
1 Almiron






FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORZA JUVE
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RuiCosta_10

Starting XI
Guys, first of all, congrats for being back where you belong.

Second, looks like we are making all forces to have Fabrizio with us again, apparently, José Veiga (our football director) is in a reunion in Turin today, i just hope he doesn't go to Porto, anything else it's fine with me.
 

theo

VII
Awesome job, Jeroen! (Y)

Really good that Trezeguet extended his contract, hopefully Nedved won't retire and maybe we could make a couple more transfers.
 

RuiCosta_10

Starting XI
mark77;2349910 said:
How much Benfica are willing to pay?

i don't know well, rumours say that Miccoli will serve as a trade with Luisão and you will give us 13M €.

Other rumours say Miccoli alone will cost about 5M, other (stupid) rumours say that we will buy Antunes (Portuguese young left-back) which you were supposedly interested in (don't believe that), and we will trade him with Miccoli and no cash involved... :S

In the next days there will be more news about this issue, one thing is sure tho, with the renewal of Trez, Miccoli space in Juve is decreasing.
 

mark77

Transfer Guru
13m € + Miccoli for Luisão? no offense but ouch!!! :D

I hope we finalize the G. Milito deal.

other rumors about Miccoli is a swap deal for Barzagli and we give them 5m €.
 

Rocky

Forza Suarez! (ps brotha can you spare a dime?)
Serie A, finally. @Deisler I don't think we'll see Iceblu for a while. We all know how much you miss him.
 

italianstyle87

Starting XI
Theo;2349912 said:
Awesome job, Jeroen! (Y)

Really good that Trezeguet extended his contract, hopefully Nedved won't retire and maybe we could make a couple more transfers.

http://www.channel4.com/sport/football_italia/jun25o.html
Nedved to play on
Monday 25 June, 2007
Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli is confident Pavel Nedved will play on for at least one more season.

“In my opinion, Nedved will play for at least one more year,” said the Bianconeri chief.
 

BayernBoz

Senior Squad
Never thought I'd say this, but it feels right to have you guys back in the top flight.

And no, I'm not just saying that because you have Salihamidzic now.

Respek'.
 

big al

Senior Squad
mark77;2349905 said:
Great job Juventino!

Yes, back where we belong. :D

congrats mates on beeing back , like juventino says its were you guys belong, and about transfers i think you guys still need at least 1 or 2 new CB's, milito could be a good choice as is barzagli, maybe chivu too, you guys need to get another DM too , gilberto silva i think could fit emerson and vieiras place like a glove, i dont like sissoko that much,.
 

4ndr3i

SG's van Bommel
Awesome job Juventino.. gr8 thread.
Nice to be back in Serie A.. here is were we belong.. but i don't really see us champions at the end of next year.. we must make some more quality transfers. Let's hope we will finally get Milito.

Trez extended his contract for 3 or 4 years?
 

italianstyle87

Starting XI
trez on to 2011

his contract was to expire in 2008

he's at juve for life, might end up as close to highest ever goalscorer too, if he keeps up his 20 goal per season average
 

djperthglory

Starting XI
oh and how sweet it feels!!!!!

Bast......A!


in my honest opinion we have a team that can challenge for the scudetto. i mean we have a few great signings and really i have soo much more respect for the way our new triade are doing things... the football world has started to respect juve again. and it is great to see...

who knows how many more signings theyll bring or if they will sell anyone... we should know soon.
 

jani

Fan Favourite
I dont know whether you guys will agree, but instead of having separate Inter, Juve, Roma and Milan etc threads, why not just have one Serie A thread.

I dont think we have enough posters. And probably with just one thread, people would look into it more thus reviving interest in Serie A.

Look at the Milan thread, the Inter thread, the Roma thread, and more most periods before the last week, the Juve thread.

No one posts.

Of course, just a suggestion.
 
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