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Watch out Juve are planning their return!

Post by Luis on Thu Nov 23, 2006 4:51 pm

Juventus boss Didier Deschamps has revealed that the club are already making plans for their proposed return to Serie A.

The Bianconeri look set to win back instant promotion to the top flight after demotion and the tactician wants a reinforced squad following last summer’s mass exodus of players

“We have already started talks with the club with regard to the new squad,” the former Monaco boss stated on Monday.

“I don’t need any more than three French players and I want the rest of the group to be made up primarily of Italians.

“Fortunately I have a flexible club behind me, one which is ready to listen to my ideas.

“I have the clear sensation that the owners want to immediately put together a squad of the highest calibre.”

Juve were dropped into the Second Division as part of the Calciopoli probe, a verdict which saw the likes of Fabio Cannavaro, Lilian Thuram, Gianluca Zambrotta, Patrick Vieira, Emerson and Zlatan Ibrahimovic move on.

There were suggestions that the club could take up to five years to return to its previous competitive level, but Deschamps has warned that isn’t good enough.

“I wore the Bianconeri shirt myself as a player and I know how much it weighs,” he warned. “People expect success from us.”

Juventus could have moved to the top of the table on Saturday with a win at Albinoleffe, but they were held to a 1-1 draw following Gigi Buffon’s controversial dismissal.

“Gigi should have perhaps been booked, but not sent-off,” noted the 1998 World Cup winning captain.

“But it is normal now that when a referee is in doubt when it comes to Juventus then they will go against us.”

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I never thought Juve would take that long to come back up, I dont want to jinx anything but i can see them coming back up to Serie A next season.

Forza Juve!!
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Post by bluenine on Thu Nov 23, 2006 5:45 pm

I think he means Juventus coming back too their level last season... ie winning the scudetto might take 5 years of rebuilding a squad in Serie A....

Nah, I think Juve with all that money and quality of players on their rolls could challenge for the scudetto next season, and sure by the year after.

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I never thought Juve would take that long to come back up, I dont want to jinx anything but i can see them coming back up to Serie A next season.

Forza Juve!!

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Post by Luis on Thu Nov 23, 2006 5:46 pm

challenge? they'll be runaway leaders Very Happy
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Post by La Saeta Rubia on Thu Nov 23, 2006 5:49 pm

I wonder if they would want to buy Emerson back ? Razz

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Post by waft the on Thu Nov 23, 2006 6:50 pm

Juve extend Miccoli deal

Juventus have extended Fabrizio Miccoli’s contract until 2010, confirmed sporting director Alessio Secco.

The striker, currently on loan to Benfica, scored an impressive brace in the Champions League 3-1 win over Copenhagen on Tuesday.

“That is why we renewed his contract until 2010,” said Secco to Tuttosport, adding that the agreement was finalised a few months ago.

Miccoli, who joined the Bianconeri in 2003, did not have an easy time with the Turin outfit, as his relationship with Coach Fabio Capello soon turned sour and he was excluded from the starting line-up.

He then moved to Fiorentina in 2004 on loan, scoring 12 goals in Serie A before transferring to Portugal in 2005 again on a loan deal, which included a £3.5m buy-out clause.

“I like it here in Lisbona, I have adapted well to the lifestyle and the football they play here. And people love me,” said Miccoli.

“I don’t think this the right moment to talk about my future, but the fact is that I am owned by Juve,” added the 27-year-old.

“Against Compenhagen it was very important to put on a good show and get a good result and I hope we can continue to play like we did tonight.”

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Post by Luis on Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:12 pm

good news waft?

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Post by waft the on Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:18 pm

A little strange.

There's no doubting Miccolis talent, but we have Delps, Trez, Bojinov, Palladino.

I like him though, so I'm happy.

Lu, we have probably already signed Barzagli for next season, who will be fantastic.

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Post by Luis on Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:19 pm

how many more seasons will we get out of Del Piero?

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Post by waft the on Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:26 pm

I think he's good for another 2 or 3 seasons in Serie A, eventually he'll be used sparringly, but he has become the club, so can never leave.

Once his legs go, he'll take a role within the set-up, (though he doesn't seem the management type). I'm sure he'll be named honorary chairman one day, and the stadium named Stadio Del Piero.

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Post by Luis on Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:27 pm

i think a statue of him is on the cards Very Happy
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Post by Ä on Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:04 pm

Juve have opened their new stadium

bizarrely, it only has a capacity of 41.000

which is slightly more than Werder Bremen, and should be around the Bundesliga attendance average

is Juve not Italy's BIGGEST and most popular club ?

VERY STRANGE

and why is the name of the club in English?

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Post by S4P on Fri Sep 09, 2011 12:11 pm

The Italian giants played their first match in their new stadium against lowly-ranked English club Notts County and the star-studded team of Del Piero, Buffon, Pirlo, Luca Toni could only produce a 1-1 draw with Toni scoring for Juve, while Grand Theft Auto specialist Lee Hughes scored for County.

Has the gulf in class become that great that sides from the English 3rd tier can now get results all over the world? It's a shame for you otto that this result doesn't count towards the coefficients.

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Post by stinger on Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:36 pm

Ä wrote:Juve have opened their new stadium

bizarrely, it only has a capacity of 41.000

which is slightly more than Werder Bremen, and should be around the Bundesliga attendance average

is Juve not Italy's BIGGEST and most popular club ?

VERY STRANGE
They are very popular... just not in their own city. They will be struggling to gets tickets sold out quite aften IMO.
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Post by Tarun on Sat Sep 10, 2011 12:44 pm

To answer this I will quote from a recent article that I wrote at Footballspeak.com. Here it goes -

Most people would be surprised at the capacity of the new stadium but it is a lesser known fact that Turin is a very cold place for most part of the year and many games are played in sub zero conditions making it very difficult for the fans to attend games. Statistically, Juventus enjoys more fans in the southern Italy and abroad than it does in Turin and most of them have no choice but to watch their team on away games, where they turn up in numbers, or watch on TV
Ä wrote:Juve have opened their new stadium



bizarrely, it only has a capacity of 41.000

which is slightly more than Werder Bremen, and should be around the Bundesliga attendance average

is Juve not Italy's BIGGEST and most popular club ?

VERY STRANGE

and why is the name of the club in English?

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Post by blutgraetsche on Sat Sep 10, 2011 7:30 pm

Ä wrote:
bizarrely, it only has a capacity of 41.000

which is slightly more than Werder Bremen, and should be around the Bundesliga attendance average

Err...no?


Kapazität 42.000 Plätze

http://www.werder.de/de/stadien/weser-stadion/index.php


And it's always sold out, of course, e.g. today.
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Post by Tarun on Mon Sep 12, 2011 10:55 am

Attendance for yesterday's match against Parma was 55,000...though the stadium capacity is 41000! Don't know how that's possible but that was reported somewhere.

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