samedi 19 décembre 2015

Juventus XI in European Cups Finals + All Time XI.


Juventus XI in European Cup Finals. Formations + Road to the Final/ Run into the Cup.



Summary:
Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1965 runner-up team.
Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1971 runner-up team.
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1973 runner-up team.
UEFA Cup 1977 winning team.
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1983 runner-up team.
Cup Winners Cup 1984 winning team.
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1985 winning team.
UEFA Cup 1990 winning team.
UEFA Cup 1993 winning team.
UEFA Cup 1995 runner-up team.
Champions League 1996 winning team.
Champions League 1997 runner-up team.
Champions League 1998 runner-up team.
Champions League 2003 runner-up team.
Champions League 2015 runner-up team.
Champions League 2017 runner-up team.

As they lined in the Finals.

Juventus 1965
Fairs Cup runner-up 1965.
Run into the competition :
U. St.-Gilloise - Juventus : 0-1 (Combin)
Juventus - U. St.-Gilloise : 1-0 (Menichelli)
Stade Français - Juventus :0-0
Juventus - Stade Français : 1-0 (da Costa)
Juventus - Lok. Plovdiv : 1-1 (Menichelli)
Lok. Plovdiv - Juventus : 1-1 (Mazzia)
Juventus - Lok. Plovdiv :2-1 a.e.t (Sivori x2)
Atlético Madrid -Juventus : 3-1 (Combin)
Juventus - Atlético Madrid : 3-1 (Menichelli, Combin, Bercellino)
Juventus - Atlético Madrid : 3-1 (Stacchini, o.g, Salvadore)
Juventus - Ferencvaros : 0-1 



















Juventus 1971 1_H
Fairs Cup runner-up 1971.
Run into the competition :
Juventus - Rumelange : 7-0 (o.g, Bettega x2, Anastasi x4)

Rumelange - Juventus : 0-4 (Novellini x3, Landini)
Barcelona - Juventus : 1-2 (Haller, Bettega) 
Juventus - Barcelona :2-1 (Bettega, Capello)
Pecsi Dozsa - Juventus : 0-1 (Causio)
Juventus - Pecsi Dozsa : 2-0 (Anastasi x2)
Juventus - Twente : 2-0 (Haller, Novellini) 
Twente - Juventus : 2-2 a.e.t (Anastsi x2)
FC Köln - Juventus : 1-1 (Bettega)
Juventus - FC Köln : 2-0 (Capello, Anastasi)
Juventus - Leeds : 2-2 (Bettega, Capello)
Leeds - Juventus : 1-1 (Anstasi)

















Juventus 1971 2_A
































 
Juventus 1973
  Champions Cup runner-up 1973.
   Run into the competition :
   Ol. Marseille - Juventus: 1-0
   Juventus - Ol. Marseille : 3-0 (Bettega x2, Haller)
   Juventus - FC Magdeburg : 1-0 (Anastasi)
   FC Magdeburg - Juventus : 1-1 (Cuccureddu) 
   Juventus - Ujpest Dozsa : 0-0
   Ujpest Dozsa - Juventus : 2-2 (Altafini, Anastasi)
   Juventus - Derby County : 3-1 (Altafini x2, Causio)
   Derby County - Juventus : 0-0
   Ajax - Juventus : 1-0




Juventus 1977 1_H































Juventus 1977 2_A

UEFA Cup winner 1977.
Run into the competition :
Manchester City - Juventus : 1-0

Juventus - Manchester City : 2-0 (Scirea, Boninsegna)
Manchester Utd - Juventus : 1-0
Juventus - Manchester Utd :3-0 (Boninsegna x2, Benetti)
Juventus - Shakhtar Donetsk : 3-0 (Bettega, Tardelli, Boninsegna)
Shakhtar Donetsk - Juventus : 1-0
FC Magdeburg - Juventus : 1-3 (Cuccureddu, Benetti, Boninsegna)
Juventus - FC Magdeburg : 1-0 (Cuccureddu)
Juventus - AEK :4-1 (Cuccureddu, Bettega x2, Causio)
AEK - Juventus : 0-1 (Bettega)
Juventus - Athletic Bilbao : 1-0 (Tardelli)
Athltic Biblao - Juventus : 2-1 (Bettega)

















Juventus 1983
Champions Cup runner-up 1983.
Run into the competition :
Hvidovre - Juventus : 1-4 (Platini, Rossi, Brio, Cabrini)

Juventus - Hvidovre : 3-3 (Boniek, Platini, Rossi)
Standard Liège - Juventus : 1-1 (Tardelli)
Juventus - Standard Liège : 2-0 (Rossi x2)
Aston Villa - Juventus : 1-2 (Rossi, Boniek)
Juventus - Aston Villa : 3-1 (Platini x2, Tardelli)
Juventus - Widzew Lodz : 2-0 (o.g, Bettega)
Widzew Lodz - Juventus : 2-2 (Rossi, Platini)
Hamburger SV - Juventus : 1-0




















Juventus 1984
Cup Winners Cup winner 1984.
Run into the competition :
Juventus - Lechia Gdansk: 7-0 (Platini x2, Penzo x4, Rossi)

Lechia Gdansk - Juventus : 2-3 (Vignola, Tavola, Boniek)
Paris St.-Germain - Juventus : 2-2 (Boniek, Cabrini)
Juventus - Paris St.-Germain : 0-0
Haka Valkeakosken - Juventus : 0-1 (Vignola)
Juventus - Haka Valkeakolsken : 1-0 (Tardelli)
Manchester Utd - Juventus : 1-1 (o.g)
Juventus - Manchester Utd : 2-1 (Boniek, Rossi)
Juventus - FC Porto : 2-1 (Vignola, Boniek) Note : played in yellow jersey.




















Juventus 1985
Champions Cup winner 1985.
Run into the competition :
Ilves Tampere - Juventus : 0-4 (Rossi x3, Platini)

Juventus - Ilves Tampere : 2-1 (Platini x2)
Juventus - Grasshoppers Zürich : 2-0 (Vignola, Rossi)
Grasshoppers Zürich - Juventus : 2-4 (Briaschi, Vignola, Platini x2)
Juventus - Sparta Praha : 3-0 (Tardelli, Rossi, Briaschi)
Sparta Praha - Juventus : 1-0
Juventus - Bordeaux : 3-0 (Boniek, Briaschi, Platini)
Bordeaux - Juventus : 2-0
Juventus - Liverpool : 1-0 (Platini)






















Juventus 1990 1_H































Juventus 1990 2_A
UEFA Cup winner 1990.
Run into the competition :
Gornik Zabrze - Juventus : 0-1 (Zavarov)

Juventus - Gornik Zabrze : 4-2 (Schilacci x2, D.Fortunato, Marocchi)
Paris St.-Germain - Juventus : 0-1 (Barros)
Juventus - Paris St.-Germain : 2-1 (Galia, o.g)
Juventus - Karl Marx Stadt : 2-1 (Schilacci, Casiraghi)
Karl Marx Stadt - Juventus : 0-1 (de Agostini)
Hamburger SV - Juventus : 0-2 (Schillacci, Casiraghi)
Juventus - Hamburger SV : 1-2 (Galia)
Juventus - FC Köln : 3-2 (Barros, o.g, Marocchi)
FC Köln - Juventus : 0-0
Juventus - Fiorentina : 3-1
Fiorentina - Juventus : 0-0


















Juventus 1993 1_A































Juventus 1993 2_H
UEFA Cup winner 1993.
Run into the competition :
Juventus - Anorthosis F. : 6-1 (R.Baggio, Möller, Vialli x2, Conte, Torricelli)
Anorthosis F. - Juventus : 0-4 (Ravanelli, Kohler, Casiraghi x2)
Panathinaïkos - Juventus : 0-1 (Platt)
Juventus - Panathinaïkos : 0-0
Sigma Olomouc - Juventus : 1-2 (Möller, D.Baggio)
Juventus - Sigma Olomouc : 5-0 (Vialli x2, Casiraghi, Möller, Ravanelli)
Benfica - Juventus : 2-1 (Vialli)
Juventus - Benfica : 3-0 (Kohler, D.Baggio, Ravanelli)
Juventus - Paris St.Germain : 2-1 (R.Baggio x2)
Paris St.-Germain - Juventus :  0-1 (R.Baggio)
Borussia Dortmund - Juventus : 1-3 (D.Baggio, R.Baggio x2)
Juventus - Borussia Dortmund : 3-0 (D.Baggio x2, Möller)


















Juventus 1995 1_A































Juventus 1995 2_H


 
UEFA Cup runner-up 1995.
Run into the competition :
CSKA Sofia - Juventus : 0-3 awarded

Juventus - CSKA Sofia : 5-1 (Ravanelli x5)
Maritimo F. - Juventus : 0-1 (Ravanelli)
Juventus - Maritimo : 2-1 (Ravanelli x2)
Admira-Wacker - Juventus : 1-3 (Conte, R.Baggio x2)
Juventus - Admira-Wacker : 2-1 (Ferrara, Vialli)
Eintracht Frankfurt - Juventus : 1- 1 (Marocchi)
Juventus - Eintracht Frankfurt : 3-1 (Conte, Ravanelli, del Piero)
Juventus - Borussia Dortmund : 2-2 (R.Baggio, Kohler)
Borussia Dortmund - Juventus : 1-2 (R.Baggio, Porrini)
Parma -Juventus : 1- 0
Juventus - Parma : 1-1 (Vialli)














Juventus 1996
Champions League winner 1996.
Run into the competition :
Groups Stage :
Borussia Dortmund - Juventus : 1-3 (Padovano, del Piero, Conte)

Juventus - Steaua Bucaresti : 3-0 (di Livio, del Piero, Ravanelli)
Juventus - Glasgow Rgs : 4-1 (o.g, Conte, del Piero, Ravanelli)
Gasgow Rgs - Juventus : 0-4 (del Piero, Torricelli, Ravanelli, Marocchi)
Juventus - Borussia Dortmund : 1-2 (del Piero)
Steaua Bucaresti - Juventus : 0-0
Knockout stages :
Real Madrid - Juventus : 1-0
Juventus - Real Madrid : 2-0 (del Piero, Padovano)
Juventus - Nantes : 2-0 (Vialli, Jugovic) 
Nantes - Juventus :  3-2 (Vialli, P.Sousa)
Juventus - Ajax : 1-1 (Ravanelli); 4-2 p.s.o
 















Juventus 1997

Champions League runner-up 1997.
Run into the competition :
Groups Stage :
Juventus - Manchester Utd : 1-0 (Boksic)
Fenerbahçe - Juventus : 0-1 (Boksic)
Rapid Wien - Juventus : 1-1 (Vieri)
Juventus - Rapid Wien : 5-0 (Boksic x2, Montero, del Piero x2)
Manchester Utd - Juventus : 0-1 (del Piero)
Juventus - Fenerbahçe : 2-0 (Padovano, Amoruso)
Knockout stages :
Rosenborg - Juventus : 1-1 (Vieri)
Juventus - Rosenborg : 2-0 (Zidane, Amoruso)
Ajax - Juventus : 1-2 (Amoruso, Vieri)
Juventus - Ajax : 4-1 (Lombardo, Amoruso, Vieri, Zidane)
Borussia Dortmund - Juventus : 3-1 (del Piero)














 
Juventus 1998
Champions League runner-up 1998.
Run into the competition :
Groups Stage :
Juventus - Feyenoord : 5-1 (del Piero x2, Inzaghi, Zidane, Birindelli)
Manchester Utd - Juventus : 3-2 (del Piero, Zidane)
Kosice - Juventus : 0-1 (del Piero)
Juventus - Kosice : 3-2 (del Piero, Amoruso, Fonseca)
Feyenoord - Juventus : 2-0
Juventus - Manchester Utd : 1-0 (Inzaghi)
Knockout stages :
Juventus - Dynamo Kiev : 1-1 (Inzaghi) 
Dynamo Kiev - Juventus : 1-4 (Inzaghi x3, del Piero)
Juventus - Monaco : 4-1 (del Piero x3, Zidane)
Monaco - Juventus : 3-2 (Amoruso, del Piero)
Real Madrid - Juventus : 1-0

















Juventus 2003
Champions League runner-up 2003.
Run into the competition :
Groups Stage (1) :
Feyenoord - Juventus :1-1 (Camoranesi)
Juventus - Dynamo Kiev : 5-0 (di Vaio x2, del Piero, Davids, Nedved)
Juventus - Newcastle : 2-0 (del Piero x2)
Newcastle - Juventus : 1-0
Juventus - Feyenoord : 2-0 (di Vaio x2)
Dynamo Kiev - Juventus : 1-2 (Salas, Zalayeta)
Groups Stage (2) :
La Coruña - Juventus : 2-2 (Birindelli, Nedved)
Juventus - FC Basel : 4-0 (Trezeguet, Montero, Tacchinardi, del Piero)
Manchester Utd - Juventus : 2-1 (Nedved)
Juventus - Manchester Utd : 0-3
Juventus - La Coruña : 3-2 (Ferrara, Trezeguet, Tudor)
FC Basel - Juventus : 2-1 (Tacchinardi)
Knockout stages :
Juventus - Barcelona : 1-1 (Montero)
Barcelona - Juventus : 1-2 a.e.t (Nedved, Zalayeta)
Real Madrid - Juventus : 2-1 (Trezeguet)
Juventus - Real Madrid : 3-1 (Trezegeut, del Piero, Nedved)
AC Milan - Juventus : 0-0; 3-2 p.s.o










Juventus 2015
Champions League runner-up 2015.
Run into the competition :
Groups Stage:
Juventus - Malmö : 2-0 (Tévez x2)
Atlético Madrid - Juventus : 1-0
Oympiakos - Juventus : 1-0
Juventus - Olympiakos : 3-2 (Pirlo, o.g, Pogba)
Malmö - Juventus : 0-2 (Llorente, Tévez)
Juventus - Atlético Madrid : 0-0
Knockout stages :
Juventus - Borussia Dortmund : 2-1 (Tévez, Morata)
Borussia Dortmund - Juventus : 0-3 (Tévez x2, Morata)
Juventus - Monaco : 1-0 (Vidal)
Monaco - Juventus : 0-0
Juventus - Real Madrid : 2-1 (Morata, Tévez)
Real Madrid - Juventus : 1-1 (Morata)
Barcelona - Juventus : 3-1 (Morata) 














Juventus 2017
Champions League Runner-up 2017
Run into the competition :

Group stage :
Juventus - Sevilla FC : 0-0
Dinamo Zagreb - Juventus : 0-4 (Pjanic, Higuain, Dybala, D.Alves)
Ol. Lyonnais - Juventus : 0-1 (Cuadrado)
Juventus - Ol. Lyonnais : 1-1 (Higuain)
Sevilla FC - Juventus : 1-3 (Marchisio, Bonucci, Mandzukic)
Juventus - Dinamo Zagreb : 2-0 (Higuain, Rugani)
Knockout phase :
FC Porto - Juventus : 0-2 (Pjaca, D.Alves)
Juventus - FC Porto : 1-0 (Dybala)
Juventus - fC Barcelona : 3-0 (Dybala x2, Chiellini)
AS Monaco - Juventus : 0-2 (Higuain x2)
Juventus - AS Monaco : 2-1 (Mandzukic, D.Alves)
Juventus - Real Madrid : 1-4 (Mandzukic)















 

JUVENTUS ALL-TIME XI

 
Juventus All-time XI

 A 15 players squad choice. Amongst many possibilites :
- From the team of Quinquennio d'oro with its defensive ensemble Combi (Goalkeeper), Rosetta (right back), Caligaris (left back), Monti (centre-half) plus the argentineans forwards Renato Cesarini (spearhead inside forward), Orsi (outside), the French-Italian Felice Borel (centre forward), Giovanni Ferrari (the double World Champion,conducting inside forward or "playmaker"). Also, Bertolini the left wing-half.
- Besides Boniperti, from the 50s, when the "fashion" but maybe most of all the necessity was to have Scandivian players in his ranks in the calcio, we'll cite the winger scorer of goals Praest, the capocannoniere 1952 John Hansen and another striker in Karl Aage Hansen, all Danes and strong that John Charles (Welsh) replaced at the end of the decade. Also, there was the legendary Italian defender Caro Parola, kind of Jerry West of Football as it is him who served as a  model for the footballer illustrating the Panini's albums.


Pietro Rava (1935-1946 and 1947-1950) is another defender we can think of thinking Juventus even if more known for his palmarès with the Italian National Team rather for his palmarès with Juventus as he played between those two golden eras of the club, the one of the first half of the 30s and the one of the late 50s-early 60s.
- For the period 58-61, apart from the duo Charles-Sivori wich was the main asset of the team with Boniperti as a regulator of the team's game, we'll cite the forwards Nicolé (centre forward) and Stacchini (winger), the defenders Castano (centre back) and Cervato (left back) even if not really candidates to make the All-time XI.
-Always with Castano (now captain) and Stacchini in the team, Juventus won the Scudetto in 1967 with the following notable players : Luis Del Sol (former Real Madrid, Spanish, piston of the midfield), the Brazilian Chinesinho (midfield), the defender Salvadore, future European Champion of Nations and the forwards Menichelli and Zigoni, whose names can't be forgotten even if the 15 are tranquilous concerning that "concurrence" that is not so high than the one of the Quinquennio d'oro, wich definitively constitue the most interesting panel of players as possible replacements for the first XI. But disavantaged by the era they belong to, surely.
-From the 70s (5 National titles and the first European win in '77 in UEFA Cup) and his vastly boring football, one artist's name stands out in Bettega's one. Roberto Bettega, an elegant and complete forward who could hold many, well all,  positions in attack and who could be the 16th man of the team. Another one technical (and hard-working enough) player was Causio, offensive midfielder/ winger. The names of Anastasi, Marchetti, Benetti, Capello and the names of Salvadore always, Cucurreddu, Furino, Morini who all fulfill their duty can't be ommited. Foreign players as Haller (West Germany) and the Brazilian-Italian Altafini also made an important contribution. Like Boninsegna who joined Juventus ranks coming from Inter.
-The 70s is also the decade of the Zoff, Gentile, Scirea, Tardelli then Cabrini who would know the big exposure of the 80s with the epxlosion of the medias as they would know the greatest serie of titles in the club's history with Platini as his technical leader on the pitch.
-The 80s, with Zoff (until '83, then replaced by Tacconi), Gentile, Scirea, Cabrini, Tardelli and of course Platini (all in the best XI) is also the decade of the Rossi (back in the club after several transferts, whilst he was Juventus' propriety at his very beginnings), of the Polish Boniek whose Platini has made good use of his speed. Bettega was, like Zoff, in the team until '83 and the lost against Hamburg in the Champions Cup Final. In the very early years of the decade, the Irish Brady, who did not demerit, held the role of playmaker of the team before being replaced by the French man number 10. 
-For his part, Platini, will not have a successor as Laudrup (1985-1989) was at this time more a forward and never really replaced the triple Ballon d'or after this one stopped his career.
-In the 90s, the number 10s as they were known previously did not exist anymore and none of Zavarov or Aleinikov (more worker) took the succession. Forwards, or "9 and half" as Platini liked to say will do it with first Roberto Baggio then Del Piero for even greater effects, probably, from the last cited. But this decade has seen very good players at Juve though, like Vialli and Ravanelli who formed that tridente with Baggio then Del Piero. Like the foreign central defenders Kohler and Julio César or the midfielder Möller who all played for Dortmund as well, like the Portuguese Sousa who formed with Deschamps and Conte, Di Livio...a solid midfield - a bit later it will be Deschamps with Jugovic, Davids or Conte still. A midfield that will be topped by Zidane, in...n°10..after 95-96 for two other CL Finals but no win unlike in '96. That period was also the one of the veteran defenders Ferrara and Vierchowod, European Champion in '96 for their part.
-Other good soldiers "type Conte" for example, were previously in the 80s Brio (defender) and most of all Bonini (midfielder from San Marino). They did not had to be forgotten (some will be...there is also Pessotto and Tacchinardi, them will not be forgotten). 
In the early 90s, in attack, Rui Barros had an excellent first season and a way less god second one. He then moved to Monaco. And how to not cite 'Toto' Schillaci and as we are at it, why not Casiraghi? The question is asked now. Back to the midfielders, before joining Parma, Dino Baggio gave his services to Juventus.
-The 2000s are synonymous of the Nedved years (in replacement of Zidane who joined Real for a record break transfert-free). A better replacement as expected, assuringly even if the Czech has not been hasardly recruited, him who had beyond of a good offensive game (more winger, when Zidane was central in the old fashion) also had an atonishing work-rate at midfield. Like Zidane, Nedved would be only runner-up in the Champions League, and even, not disputing the Final for wich he was suspended (2003). A big miss certainly as this match with Milan ended on a 0-0 and has been lost on penalties by the Bianconeri.
In defense, Juve could count on the Uruguayan Montero (1996-2005), and on the French Thuram (2001-2006) one of the very best defender in the Serie A of the time, and in the world (world Champion '98, like Deschamps and Zidane and runner-up in the world tournament in 2006, with Zidane). On the wings, the Italian-Argnentinean Camoranesi, maybe not as extraordinary as Orsi was, in the 30s, but who was, very usefull. And Zambrotta, a side-defender or side-midfielder, very efficient offensively. As chasers of goals, the names of Pippo Inzaghi, Christian Vieri and David Trezeguet remains in the memories and should do still for some decades again. The Felice Borels of their time. Unless it is Borel who is them at his time. In the pack, Vieri was the more powerful when the two others are almost unequalled still today in terms of pure goal scoring. Sort of latin Gerd Müller.
-Since 2007 and the come back from the Serie B, Juventus always had the all-time great Buffon in his ranks, him who is still playing at the age of 37, and at a very high personal level (Zoff played until his 41). Before him in defense, Chiellini, Barzagli and Bonucci, three very solid and reliable defenders. At midfield, the iconic Italian playmaker Andrea Pirlo joined the club from Milan in 2011 and definitively marked the club's history, holding a role of emperor at midfield. Played alongside him the Chilean Vidal (now at Bayern Munich), the Italian international player Marchisio and of course one of the greatest revelations in the last years, the French Paul Pogba who is in line with Platini, Deschamps, Zidane in the rich club's history with French players. In attack, Tévez finally started to score goals in Champions League for Juventus to reach that runner's up place of 2015. Before moving back to Argentina. At least he left his mark even if he did not stayed a long time. He was at this occasion associated to the young Spanish Morata onto wich, jointly with new recruit Dybala (Argentine), much hopes lie today (dec. 2015).


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