Juventus Roster Players Squad 2018/2019 (18/19) Name List

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Juventus Roster Players Squad 2018/2019 – Juventus football club is well known for its alias name that is The Old Lady or in Italy La Vecchia Signora. This football club was founded in 1897. At its first appearance, they wore pink shirts for their jersey. They change the color of the jersey in 1903 after adopting Notts County’s colors that are black and white. Juventus football club started to gain its achievements in football club competition in 1905. Consecutively, this club won the title for five years from 1931 to 1935.

Many of Juventus players dominated the squad of Italian World Cup in 1934, 1938, 1978, and 1982. Such an excellent for football club portfolio, a scandal happened and gave an unpleasant record for this club. In 2005-2006 Juventus involved in the Calcio Poli scandal (Italian football scandal) that caused the Scudetto (the title of Italian football champion) went to Inter Milan, at that time in the third position for the league, by default.

This scandal also made Juventus had to be willingly been relegated from Serie A. it is such an irony, considering the achievements that had been made by the club. 29 championships, nine Italian Cups, two European Cups, three UEFA Cups, two Intercontinental Cups, two European Super Cups, four Italian Super Cups, and a Cup-Winners Cup are to name but a few. Not only being relegated, but Juventus also lose its title. If you want to know about Juventus players squad 2018/19, look this.

See: Juventus Players Salary

Juventus Roster Players Squad 2018-2019 (18-19):

No Name Birthdate National
Laurenţiu Brănescu 30/03/1994 Romania
32 Mattia Del Favero 05/06/1998 Italy
Timothy Nocchi 07/07/1990 Italy
Mattia Perin 10/11/1992 Italy
23 Wojciech Szczęsny 18/04/1990 Poland
12 Alex Sandro 26/01/1991 Brazil
15 Andrea Barzagli 08/05/1981 Italy
4 Medhi Benatia 17/04/1987 Morocco
Leonardo Bonucci 01/05/1987 Italy
3 Giorgio Chiellini 14/08/1984 Italy
Luca Coccolo 23/02/1998 Italy
2 Mattia De Sciglio 20/10/1992 Italy
Dario Del Fabro 24/03/1995 Italy
20 João Cancelo 27/05/1994 Portugal
Rogério 13/01/1998 Brazil
24 Daniele Rugani 29/07/1994 Italy
Stefano Beltrame 08/02/1993 Italy
30 Rodrigo Bentancur 05/06/1997 Uruguay
23 Emre Can 12/01/1994 Germany
36 Ferdinando Del Sole 17/01/1998 Italy
Grigoris Kastanos 30/01/1998 Cyprus
6 Sami Khedira 04/04/1987 Germany
Roman Macek 18/04/1997 Czech Republic
8 Claudio Marchisio 19/01/1986 Italy
Luca Marrone 28/03/1990 Italy
Matheus Pereira 25/02/1998 Brazil
14 Blaise Matuidi 09/04/1987 France
Nicola Mosti 07/02/1998 Italy
5 Miralem Pjanić 02/04/1990 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Tomás Rincón 13/01/1988 Venezuela
Leonardo Spinazzola 25/03/1993 Italy
27 Stefano Sturaro 09/03/1993 Italy
Mattia Vitale 01/10/1997 Italy
Claudio Zappa 30/03/1997 Italy
33 Federico Bernardeschi 16/02/1994 Italy
7 Cristiano Ronaldo 05/02/1985 Portugal
16 Juan Cuadrado 26/05/1988 Colombia
11 Douglas Costa 14/09/1990 Brazil
10 Paulo Dybala 15/11/1993 Argentina
Andrea Favilli 17/05/1997 Italy
Moise Kean 28/02/2000 Italy
Eric Lanini 25/02/1994 Italy
Leonardo Mancuso 26/05/1992 Italy
17 Mario Mandžukić 21/05/1986 Croatia
Paul Udoh 05/09/1997 Nigeria
Massimiliano Allegri 11/08/1967 Italy
Goalkeeper Coach
Claudio Filippi 07/07/1965 Italy

Due to this scandal, the new board for the Juventus squad players was established and there was a mass exodus of player, especially the star players. On its first attempt after the scandal, Juventus won the Serie B title. After being promoted to Serie A again they finished in the third rank of Serie A on their come back. Finally, they won Scudetto again in 2012, six years after the scandal. Under Antonio Conte coach Juventus won five consecutive championships.

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