There is Juventus and Juventus, there is season and season. It must be said. Relying solely on statistics can produce partial results if the many variables that characterize and influence a football year are not taken into account. I’m going to analyze Percentage of seasonal defeats in the last thirty years for Juventus You can find yourself running into some surprises – the obvious. This is the case of the 1995/1996 season, which was triumphant and ended with the victory in the Champions League in Rome: well, Juventus, led by Marcello Lippi, lost 11 matches out of 48, that is, just under 23% of the matches played. A higher percentage than in 2011/12, a disappointing season with Luigi Delneri on the bench, in which Juventus lost 11 games out of 50 (22%). It’s proof of how necessary it is to contextualise, balancing wins and defeats, to get an idea of the season’s ultimate direction and balance. So let’s review the fileand 5 worst and best 5 years in terms of percentage of games lost.
Juventus, the five worst seasons for losing matches
11 defeats in 48 games
Top scorer: Radish, 12 goals
Italian League: second place
UEFA Champions League: Winner
Italian Cup: Eliminated in the round of 16
Italian Super Cup: Winner
The summer transfer market is saying goodbye Roberto Baggio with the destination of Milan. Vierchowod, Jugovic, Padovano, Pessotto and Lombardo arrive in Turin. A season that will conclude with a Champions League victory in Rome, but sees Juventus He lost seven league matches, five of which are in the first round. Lippi’s team finished second with 65 points, a result that would be enough for them to win the scudetto the following year, demonstrating the high level of competitiveness in the Italian league at the time. Three setbacks in the Champions League: one on the penultimate day of the group stage (against Borussia Dortmund) with full points for Juventus, two in the knockout stage (against Real Madrid in the first leg of the quarter-finals and one painless in the second leg against Nantes).
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