2011–12 Juventus F.C. season

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PresidentItaly Andrea Agnelli
CoachItaly Antonio Conte
StadiumJuventus Arena, Turin

The 2011–12 season is Juventus Football Club's 114th in Serie A. Juventus starts the season with a new Manager, Antonio Conte.[1]

On June 15, Former Juventus director manager Luciano Moggi has been banned for life from all Italian football.[2]

On July 8, Juventus start pre-season training in Turin.[3]

On October, President Andrea Agnelli said that Alessandro Del Piero will leave Juventus at the end of the season.

Transfers[change | change source]

In
P. Name from Fee
MF Italy Andrea Pirlo Italy Milan Free
DF Switzerland Reto Ziegler Italy Sampdoria Free Archived 2012-10-20 at the Wayback Machine
MF Italy Michele Pazienza Italy Napoli Free
FW Italy Alessandro Matri Italy Cagliari €15.5m Archived 2011-06-26 at the Wayback Machine
FW Italy Fabio Quagliarella Italy Napoli €10.5m Archived 2011-06-26 at the Wayback Machine
MF Italy Simone Pepe Italy Udinese €7.5m Archived 2011-06-26 at the Wayback Machine
DF Italy Marco Motta Italy Udinese €3.75m Archived 2011-06-26 at the Wayback Machine
DF Switzerland Stephan Lichtsteiner Italy Lazio €10m[permanent dead link]
MF Chile Arturo Vidal Germany Leverkusen €10.5m[permanent dead link]
FW Montenegro Mirko Vučinić Italy Roma €15m[permanent dead link]
MF Italy Emanuele Giaccherini Italy Cesena €6m
MF Paraguay Marcelo Estigarribia Paraguay Le Mans €5m
MF Netherlands Eljero Elia Germany Hamburger €9m
Out
P. Name to Fee
MF Bosnia and Herzegovina Hasan Salihamidzic Germany Wolfsburg Free[permanent dead link]
MF Brazil Felipe Melo Turkey Galatasaray €1.5m Archived 2013-06-30 at Archive.today
MF Mali Mohamed Sissoko France PSG €8m Archived 2011-07-28 at the Wayback Machine
MF Portugal Tiago Mendes Spain Atlético Madrid Free[permanent dead link]
DF France Armand Traoré England Arsenal End of loan
MF Italy Alberto Aquilani England Liverpool End of loan
MF Uruguay Jorge Andrés Martínez Italy Cesena Loan[permanent dead link]
DF Czech Republic Zdeněk Grygera England Fulham €3M[permanent dead link]
DF Switzerland Reto Ziegler Turkey Fenerbahçe €600,000
MF Italy Cristian Pasquato Italy Lecce loan

Pre-season[change | change source]

23 July 2011 Sporting Clube Portugal 2-1 Juventus Toronto, Canada
80' Del Piero
26 July 2011 Club América Mexico 0-1 Juventus New York City, United States
42' Pasquato
29 July 2011 Chivas Mexico 0-1 Juventus New York City, United States
12' Quagliarella
13 August 2011 Juventus 0-0 Spain Real Betis Salerno
21 August 2011 A.C. Milan Italy 2-1 Juventus Milan
57' Vučinić

Squad[change | change source]

Goalkeepers
1 Italy Gianluigi Buffon
12 Austria Alexander Manninger
30 Italy Marco Storari
Defenders
2 Italy Marco Motta
3 Italy Giorgio Chiellini
6 Italy Fabio Grosso
11 Italy Paolo De Ceglie
15 Italy Andrea Barzagli
19 Italy Leonardo Bonucci
26 Switzerland Stephan Lichtsteiner
33 Denmark Frederik Sørensen
Midfielders
5 Italy Michele Pazienza
7 Italy Simone Pepe
8 Italy Claudio Marchisio
17 Netherlands Eljero Elia
21 Italy Andrea Pirlo
22 Chile Arturo Vidal
24 Italy Emanuele Giaccherini
27 Serbia Miloš Krasić
28 Paraguay Marcelo Estigarribia
Forwards
9 Italy Vincenzo Iaquinta
10 Italy Alessandro Del Piero
14 Montenegro Mirko Vučinić
18 Italy Fabio Quagliarella
20 Italy Luca Toni
32 Italy Alessandro Matri
38 Italy Amauri

Serie A[change | change source]

1 Udinese Postponed [4] Juventus Udine
11 September 2011 2 Juventus 4 – 1 Parma Juventus Stadium
Lichtsteiner '17
Pepe '58
Vidal '73
Marchisio '83
18 September 2011 3 Siena 0 – 1 Juventus Siena
Matri '54
21 September 2011 4 Juventus 1 – 1 Bologna Juventus Stadium
Vučinić '29
25 September 2011 5 Catania 1 – 1 Juventus Catania
Krasić '49
2 October 2011 6 Juventus 2 – 0 Milan Juventus Stadium
Marchisio '87 '93
16 October 2011 7 Chievo 0 – 0 Juventus Verona
22 October 2011 8 Juventus 2 – 2 Genoa Juventus Stadium
Matri '6 '58
25 October 2011 9 Juventus 2 – 1 Fiorentina Juventus Stadium
Bonucci '13
Matri '65
29 October 2011 10 Inter 1 – 2 Juventus Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
Vučinić '12
Marchisio '33
6 November 2011 11 Napoli Postponed Juventus Napoli
20 November 2011 12 Juventus 3 – 0 Palermo Juventus Stadium
Pepe 20'
Matri 48'
Marchisio 65'
26 November 2011 13 Lazio 0 – 1 Juventus Stadio Olimpico
Pepe 34'

References[change | change source]

  1. "Juventus will appoint Antonio Conte as new coach". Welsfussball. 2011-05-30. Archived from the original on 2012-03-24. Retrieved 2011-05-30.
  2. "Moggi banned for life by Italy FA". XINHUANEWS. 2011-05-16. Retrieved 2011-06-27.
  3. "Juventus arrive at Bardonecchia training camp". AGI. 2011-07-12. Archived from the original on 2011-07-28. Retrieved 2011-07-08.
  4. "Italian players' strike delays start of Serie A season".