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Juventus Manager: Massimiliano Allegri
Juventus Captain: Danilo
Juventus Star Player: Dušan Vlahović
Last season was a difficult season for Juventus, they had a 10 point deduction in Serie A, which took their finishing position from 3rd to 7th, they were knocked out of two competitions in the semi-finals and they were informed that they would be disqualified from European competitions the following season. However, for those betting on Juventus, this doesn't change many things except you're not backing them against Premier League opposition in the Champions League, you're simply backing them against other teams in Italian football.
Betting on Juventus in Serie A
Juventus are known as the most successful club in the history of Italian football, they have won the division 36 times, 17 more than any other team in history. They won the Serie A title 9 years in a row between 2011 and 2019. However, since then, the "monopoly the 'Old Lady' had on the Serie A has been removed, with Inter Milan, AC Milan and Napoli winning the title since then. The most successful Italian club in Serie A history have struggled in recent seasons but many believe the lack of European football may aid Juventus in their pursuit of domestic glory once again.
Juventus win approximately 55-60% of their games in Serie A every season. However, they had difficulties against weaker opposition last season, with Monza doing the double over the Old Lady and an embarrassing 4-1 defeat to Empoli later in the season. Juventus are a patchy team, these are just some stats from last season
- Games 1-9: 3 Wins out of 9
- Games 10-17: 8 Wins out of 8
Following this point, they only followed an initial loss with a win once out of four attempts, beating Sampdoria after losing to Roma. However, every other streak ending loss was followed by another loss or a draw. We strongly recommend researching how Juventus are performing before you bet because of this.
Juventus may sit at the top of Italy once again soon enough but they will undoubtedly need to improve to do so.
Betting on Juventus in Coppa Italia
Juventus enter the Coppa Italia in the round of 16 stage almost every season. However, the have to go back to the 2006-07 to find the last time Juventus were eliminated before the quarter-final. That season they were in Serie B and were desperate to get promoted to avoid additional losses in revenue from missing out on Europe and Serie A football. In the last 11 years, Juventus have made eight Coppa Italia finals have have won the competition five times.
Juventus sit as one of the favourites for the Coppa Italia as they are the strongest club that will view the competition as a 'should win' competition at the start of the season as they aren't in European competition this season.
Betting on Juventus in Europe
In the 2023/24 season, Juventus will not be in European competition. However, once their suspension is lifted, we would bet that Juventus will sit in the upper echelons of European competition once again. The club are currently going through a rebuilding phase and were strong favourites for the Europa Conference League when they dropped into the competition. However, recent seasons show that the current Juventus side tend to fall short in these competitions and are difficult to bet on. Examples found below:
- 2022/23 - Lost to Maccabi Haifa, drew with Nantes in Turin. Eliminated in Europa League semi-final.
- 2021/22 - Dominated their Champions League group but were eliminated in R16 in a 4-1 defeat to Villarreal.
- 2020/21 - Dominated their Champions League group but were eliminated in R16 in after defeat to Porto.
- 2019/20 - Dominated their Champions League group but were eliminated in R16 in after defeat to Lyon.
- 2018/19 - Lost to Young Boys in group stages and eliminated by Ajax in Quarter-Finals.
Before this, we were used to seeing Juventus drop out of competitions against high quality sides but now they are too unpredictable to back in these situations.
Betting on Juventus transfers
Juventus are very much going through a rebuilding phase as it stands and that means that they'll be active in the transfer market. In summer 2023, they brought Manuel Locatelli, Moise Kean and Timothy Weah and the betting would indicate that their new signings are likely to be younger players from the Italian and French leagues rather than high-profile signings that Juventus would have been previously associated with.
Next Juventus Manager Betting
Who will be the next Juventus manager? Will Massimiliano Allegri ever leave? His two year departure in 2019 was met with criticism and some argue that the departure of Allegri for Maurizio Sarri and then brought in former midfielder Andrea Pirlo is the moment where Juventus started to decline. Allegri was brought back into the fold in 2021 but if Juventus don't perform, he could be out the door sooner rather than later.
The fan favourite would come in the form of a former player - Zinedine Zidane who has been out of a job since leaving Real Madrid in 2021. However, Juventus have had only one non-Italian manager since 1974 and that was a Frenchman - Didier Deschamps, could Zidane follow his lead and join the club?