Friday, January 11, 2008

Juventus FC Serie A 2005-06 football shirt

In the Italian, Serie A 2005/2006 season,the 29th scudetto originally won by Juventus F.C.,this was later revoked due to the 2006 Calciopoli Scandal with Internazionale on July 26, 2006 declared champions by the Italian Football Federation. Serie A (the major professional football league in Italian) commenced on August 28, 2005 and finished on May 14, 2006 and was contested for the second year in a row by 20 teams.
Juventus were found guilty for their involvement in a major scandal involving its board of administration and its managing director Luciano Moggi. A number of wiretappings involving Luciano Moggi and some other leading figures of Italian football shows how Moggi managed and arranged several matches at the very least during 2004/2005 season. This lead to official FIGC tribunals being opened in both Rome and Naples to investigate the matter. Three other clubs. A. C. Milan, ACF Fiorentina and S.S. Lazioere implicated in the scandal when it broke, with Inter later being linked to the scandal but eventually being fully exonerated. Juventus, Fiorentina, Lazio and Milan were officially charged, while U.S. Lecce, Reggina, A.C. Siena, Empoli F.C. and Serie B side A.C. Arezzo have been the targets of new investigations 1.
After an initial trial, Juventus, Fiorentina and Lazio were relegated to Serie B for the 2006/2007 season with additional points penalties for the following Serie B season. The initial trial also stripped the last two Serie A championships from Juventus while AC Milan, Fiorentina and Lazio were all removed from entry to all European competition for the 2006/2007 (due to their new Serie A standing in the 2005/2006 not being high enough for European qualification).
Later Juventus, Fiorentina, Lazio and AC Milan appealed the decision, and their appeals all resulted in reduced punishments. Juve's reduction was by far the smallest. They were relegated to Serie B and had 17 points deducted from the next campaign (-30 before appeal), and two of their last Scudetti stripped.
Juventus FC 2005/06 facts
Juventus top scorer for 2005/06 is David Trezeguet with 232005/06 Serie A match with played 38, won 27, draw 10, lost 1, goalsscored 71, goalsconceded 24, goaldifference 47. Champions due to the 2006 Calciopoli Scandal relegated to Serie B
Name, D.O.B., Nat., joined, Previous Clubs
Goalkeeper: 32 Christian Abbiati* 1977-07-08 ITA 2005-07 Milan AC 22 Landry Bonnefoi 1983-09-20 FRA 2004-07 1 Gianluigi Buffon 1978-01-28 ITA 2001-07
Defender: 14 Federico Balzaretti* 1981-12-06 ITA 2005-07 Torino Calcio2 Alessandro Birindelli 1974-11-12 ITA 1997-07 28 Fabio Cannavaro 1973-09-13 ITA 2004-093 Giorgio Chiellini* 1984-08-14 ITA 2005-07 AC Fiorentina6 Robert Kovac* 1974-04-06 CRO/* 2005-07 FC Bayern Mchen7 Gianluca Pessotto 1970-08-11 ITA 1995-0721 Lilian Thuram 1972-01-01 FRA 2001-0719 Gianluca Zambrotta 1977-02-19 ITA 1999-07 27 Jonathan Zebina 1978-07-19 FRA 2004-07
Midfielder: 20 Manuele Blasi 1980-08-17 ITA 2004-07 16 Mauro German Camoranesi 1976-10-04 ITA 2002-07 8 Emerson 1976-04-04 BRA 2004-0723 Giuliano Giannichedda* 1974-09-21 ITA 2005-07 S.S. Lazio11 Pavel Nedved 1972-08-30 CZE 2001-07 24 Ruben Ariel Olivera 1983-05-04 URU 2004-074 Patrick Vieira* 1976-06-23 FRA 2005-07 Arsenal FC
Forward : 10 Alessandro Del Piero 1974-11-09 ITA 1993-079 Zlatan Ibrahimovic 1981-10-03 SWE 2004-09 18 Adrian Mutu 1979-01-08 ROM 2004-12 17 David Trezeguet 1977-10-15 FRA 2000-07 25 Marcelo Zalayeta 1978-12-05 URU 2004-07

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Football fan kits I'm back again

Today I'm back again and there's a lot stuff to be add. My first post to Juventus fan Club Malaysia.

Juventus FC Serie A 2004-05 football shirt

In the 2004-05 season, the Serie A, Juventus finished first in the table. However the club was subsequently stripped in 2006 of what would have been their 28th national title because of their involvement in the 2006 Serie A scandal. The Serie A also for the first time in several years, was composed by 20 teams.
The first two teams qualified directly to UEFA Champions League, teams ending in the 3rd and 4th places had to play Champions League qualifications, teams ending in the 5th and 6th places qualified to UEFA Cup (another spot was given to the winner of Coppa Italia), while the last three teams were to be relegated in Serie B, the Italian second division.

The 2004/05 fact
Juventus top scorer for 2004/05 is Zlatan Ibrahimovic with 23 goals2004/05 Serie A match with played 38, won 26, draw 8, lost 4, goalsscored 67, goalsconceded 27, goaldifference 86 first and champions league.

Name, D.O.B., Nat., joined, Previous Clubs
Goalkeeper: 22 Landry Bonnefoi* 1983-09-20 FRA 2004 FC Messina1 Gianluigi Buffon 1978-01-28 ITA 2001 12 Antonio Chimenti 1970-06-30 ITA 2002
Defender: 15 Alessandro Birindelli 1974-11-12 ITA 199728 Fabio Cannavaro* 1973-09-13 ITA Internazionale FC2 Ciro Ferrara 1967-02-11 ITA 19944 Paolo Montero 1971-09-03 URU 1996 7 Gianluca Pessotto 1970-08-11 ITA 1995 21 Lilian Thuram 1972-01-01 FRA 2001 19 Gianluca Zambrotta 1977-02-19 ITA 1999 27 Jonathan Zebina* 1978-07-19 FRA 2004 AS Roma
Midfielder: 18 Stephen Appiah 1980-12-24 GHA 2003 20 Manuele Blasi* 1980-08-17 ITA 2004 Parma AC16 Mauro German Camoranesi 1976-10-04 ITA 2002 8 Emerson* 1976-04-04 BRA 2004 AS Roma23 Olivier Kapo* 1980-09-27 FRA 2004 AJ Auxerre 11 Pavel Nedved 1972-08-30 CZE 200124 Ruben Ariel Olivera* 1983-05-04 URU 2004 Atlético Madrid 3 Alessio Tacchinardi 1975-07-23 ITA 1994
Forward: 10 Alessandro Del Piero 1974-11-09 ITA 1993 9 Zlatan Ibrahimovic* 1981-10-03 SWE 2004 Ajax Amsterdam30 Adrian Mutu* 1979-01-08 ROM 2004 Chelsea FC17 David Trezeguet 1977-10-15 FRA 2000 25 Marcelo Zalayeta* 1978-12-05 URU 2004 AC Perugia
ChairmanPräsident Franz Grande Stevens SecretaryManager Luciano Moggi ManagerTrainer Fabio Capello