Juventus is one of greatest teams. Many of facts about the squad are widely known to you, but absolutely impossible to remember everything. We tried to collect the most interesting moments of Juventus history into one club profile. In any case a reminder of what was never interferes. In addition, this memo can serve as an excellent textbook for young fans of Juventus. And after 6 years in the final match of the European Championship 2012, the head coach of the Italian national team, Cesare Prandelli, identified as many as six in the starting lineup! Bianconi: Gianluigi Buffon, Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio.

  • After the famous Calcopoli scandal, Gianluca Pessotto jumped from the window of the Juventus office. In the hands of the found Gianluca was rosary. Doctors of the hospital, to which Pessotto was taken, stated that there were multiple fractures of the limbs. By the way, the height from which Gianluca jumped is approximately equal to fifteen meters. Fortunately, everything worked out.
  • As a result of the Calcopoli scandal, Juventus was deprived of two Scudetto seasons 2004/05 and 2005/06, after which Inter got two trophies. “Milan” also fell under the rule of law. “Inter” was elected by the court for the reason that, among other teams, the team was not convicted, and also had at its disposal the highest rating of the remaining teams.
  • In December 2006, the match between Juventus and Cesena was postponed after the tragic death of two pupils of the Juventus School, forward Alessio Ferramoski and goalkeeper Ricardo Neri. Both were 17 years old. Teens drowned in the lake, located on the territory of the training base, “Juventus”, trying to pull the ball into it.
  • His performance in Serie B “Juventus” finished with eighty-five points. This is six points more than the result of “Napoli” and seven more “Genoa”, who took, respectively, the third place.
  • In the 2005/06 season, Juventus went on an unprecedented action for girls and children. The subscription for the entire season to fans of this category cost only 19 euros. However, these measures did not help and Delle Alpi continued to be empty, as before.
  • The most famous fans of Juventus are Isolde Costner, Jean Alesi, Flavio Briatore, Eros Ramazotti, and also Mikhail Gorbachev.
  • Fans of opponents who come to Juventus matches are called Gobbo by the fans of Bianconeri. Gobbo is a plural form of the word Gobbi, which literally translates as a hunchback or a person with a bent gait.
  • The animal with which the Juventus emblem is compared is a zebra.
  • In May 2005, Juventus undertook an unusual move, called the “Silence of the Press”. Before the game with “Milan”, Bianconeri not only did not announce the composition of the game, but also forbade their players and coaching staff to communicate with the press. This decision was made after materials appeared on TV about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s deceitful three-match suspension and the publication of the home video of Fabio Cannavaro. After that, Juventus declared a boycott to the press. The only one who made a statement before the match was Luciano Modji, who condemned the Sky Sports channel, which is in the possession of Berlusconi for provocative activities.
  • In March 2005, Juventus and Tamoil signed an agreement under which the treasury of Juve was replenished by 74 million pounds. This deal was the largest title sponsor of the football club in terms of sponsorship. Thus, Juventus received 15.2 million euros per season from the sponsor. For comparison, Bayern gained 11.7 million pounds, Real Madrid was content with 9.7 million, and Manchester and its Vodaphone agreed on only 9 million pounds.
  • “Juventus” Primavera entered itself into history after winning the Viareggio Cup for the third time in a row – the most popular and prestigious cup among youth teams of clubs all over the world. Over the 57-year history, no one has been able to perform so successfully at this tournament.
  • In December 2004, Nicola Legrottaglie received the most unwelcome prize that you can get in Italy – it was “Bidone d’Oro” (“Golden Toilet”), as the worst acquisition of 2004.
  • 2004 and 2005 brought two griefs to the family of Juventus. First, Giovanni Aniely died, and a year later his brother, Umberto Anieli, died. The brothers were the leaders of the FIAT concern, and their contribution to Juventus history and its development is still considered invaluable.
  • Immediately five players of Club Primavera debuted in Serie A in the 2003/04 season. They were Bartolucci, Budianski, Palladino, Benjamin and Chimiento. This year Primavera dispersed very talented young people in different directions.
  • Juventus player Paolo Montero was recognized as the roughest player in the entire history of Serie A. In the 2003/04 season, he received his fifteenth red card. The fans of “Juve” have the slogan: “Montero, he cuts down for us.”
  • In the blood of midfielder Manuela Blazy, nandronol was found, as a result, the player was disqualified for half a year. It happened on September 14, 2003. Blasi, although he belonged to Juventus, but in September 2003, he played on loan from Parma.
  • In January 2004, the director of Juventus spent the last patience and sent Edgar Davids to rent to Barcelona. Edgar, in spite of the fact that he was the greatest player, was distinguished by extremely complex characters, as a result of which he often found himself in the center of scandals, playing for Juventus. Later, he was accused of beating his female partner in Amsterdam. After some time, Edgar was again accused of causing violence, but now as a result of a clash with two fans from Milan. Often, during the doping tests, Edgar’s blood showed signs of recent alcohol intoxication. Great player, but the leadership’s patience was not infinite. And yet, we miss our Edgar.
  • In the 2003/04 season, Juventus set two significant dates in Europe at once. First, the club achieved the biggest victory in the Champions League with a score of 7: 0 over Olympiacos (given that the Champions League trophy has been played directly since 2000, this was the first time that Juventus was able to establish this score). In that game, David Trezeguet distinguished himself. His goal was the 3000th for the entire time of the Champions League.
  • Despite all sorts of myths, recent studies show that in Turin there are more Juventus fans than Torino. There is a certain tendency, which shows that the majority of Juve’s fans are visiting Italians and foreigners, while the native people of Turin support Torino.
  • Juventus took over its Notts County t-shirt style in 1903. Sometimes, when Notts County itself managed great games, its fans chanted: “It’s like playing Juve! It’s like playing Juve!”
  • After Juve lost to Milan in the final of 2003, the club management decided to rent the entire last page on which the headings appeared, like in the magazine La Gazzetta dello Sport. “The Cup went to the Devil” (although, literally, translating the title itself from Italian, it has the meaning “The Cup went to hell”). “Next season, having won the trophy, we are ready to go down to hell!”
  • At the match, “Juventus” with “Real” in 2003, two records were set at once. First, the proceeds from the sale of tickets amounted to 3.2 million euros (67,229 tickets), and secondly, the audience of the TV-audience of this match amounted to 14 million 267 thousand 500 spectators from Italy alone.
  • In 2003, after months of doubt, Mauro Camoranesi preferred to appear in a T-shirt of the Italian national team. Grandmother and grandfather Mauro are Italians, and considering that they did not call for the Argentinean national team, Mauro decided to play for the country in which he is needed.
  • After the famous Calcopoli scandal, Gianluca Pessotto jumped from the window of the Juventus office. In the hands of the found Gianluca were rosary. Doctors of the hospital, to which Pessotto was taken, stated that there were multiple fractures of the limbs. By the way, the height from which Gianluca jumped is approximately equal to fifteen meters. Fortunately, everything worked out.
  • Felice Palasido Borel was one of Juventus’ best strikers, scoring a record number of goals for Serie A in one of the seasons – 32 goals. The record held 26 years, until Inter’s forward Angelillo broke the record, scoring 33 goals.
  • In May 2005, Juventus undertook an unusual move, called the “Silence of the Press.” Before the game with “Milan”, Bianconeri not only did not announce the composition of the game, but also forbade their players and coaching staff to communicate with the press. This decision was made after materials appeared on TV about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s deceitful three-match suspension and the publication of the home video of Fabio Cannavaro. After that, Juventus declared a boycott to the press. The only one who made a statement before the match was Luciano Modji, who condemned the Sky Sports channel, which is in the possession of Berlusconi for provocative activities.
  • In March 2005, Juventus and Tamoil signed an agreement under which the treasury of Juve was replenished by 74 million pounds. This deal was the largest title sponsor of the football club in terms of sponsorship. Thus, Juventus received 15.2 million euros per season from the sponsor. For comparison, Bayern gained 11.7 million pounds, Real Madrid was content with 9.7 million, and Manchester and its Vodaphone agreed on only 9 million pounds.
  • “Juventus” Primavera entered itself into history after winning the Viareggio Cup for the third time in a row – the most popular and prestigious cup among youth teams of clubs all over the world. Over the 57-year history, no one has been able to perform so successfully at this tournament.
  • In December 2004, Nicola Legrottaglie received the most unwelcome prize you can get in Italy – it was Bidone d’Oro (Golden Toilet), as the worst acquisition of 2004.
  • 2004 and 2005 brought two griefs to the Juventus family. First, Giovanni Aniely died, and a year later his brother, Umberto Anieli, died. The brothers were the leaders of the FIAT concern, and their contribution to Juventus history and its development is still considered invaluable.

Juventus news: Juventus joined the fight for Ndombele

Turintsy have planned talks with the French club on the transfer of a 22-year-old tricolor player. Juventus wants to buy Ndombele at the end of the season. Previously there were interesting news in midfielder from the “Inter”, “Tottenham”, “Barcelona”, “Manchester United” and “Manchester City”. In September, Ndombele extended the contract with Lion until 2023.

Chelsea leases Higuain and will be able to buy it in the summer for 36 million euros

The transfer of the 31-year-old Argentine to the London club is postponed due to the fact that Milan has not yet registered the transfer of the forward of Genoa Krzysztof Pentek. In this regard, Higuain will pass a physical examination at Chelsea not earlier than Tuesday. Chelsea leases Higuain in January under the same conditions as Milan – at the end of the season, the Blue will have the opportunity to buy a player for 36 million euros. Moreover, Chelsea has the right to extend the lease for another year. Higuain’s semi-annual lease will cost Londoners, respectively, 9 million (Milan rented it for a season for 18 million).

Allegri, when he spoke about the success of the team this season, noted the coordinated action of all the components of the club. The Juventus coach is confident that without such a good base, which is now, winning the fourth championship would have been impossible. That is, I believe that it is worth talking here not only about the coach and the squad, but also about the overall picture. “Juventus” is now in Italy against the background of other clubs stands alone. Allegri can be considered one of the surprises of this championship. This coach was not met very well by both fans and experts. But not so much time passed, as they changed their opinion. If we evaluate the whole season as a whole, then Allegri with this line-up of Juventus has reached the highest point, and now the staff in the team must change, which is what the scouts of the Turin club are already active in.