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    Juve and Legend

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    The Bianconeri are reborn under president Andrea Agnelli and tastes unprecedented success with six consecutive Scudetto titles

    The Bianconeri headed into the 2006/07 season with one objective and one objective only: to return to Italy’s top tier at the very first time of asking. 

    Under the guidance of Didier Deschamps and thanks to the core of champions who remained – most notably Alessandro Del Piero, David Trezeguet, Gianluigi Buffon, Pavel Nedved and Mauro Camoranesi – this quest ended in success. Juve were back in Serie A.

    By the Autumn of 2008, the Old Lady was lining up again in the Champions League too. Del Piero even received a standing ovation from all corners of the Santiago Bernabeu for his brilliant brace away to Real Madrid, but the best days were still to come.

     The arrival of Andrea Agnelli as president in the summer of 2010 and the opening of Allianz Stadium a year later, coupled with the arrival of Antonio Conte in the new dugout, helped to speed up Juve’s journey to the Serie A summit.

     On 6 May 2012, the Bianconeri were back where they belonged: top of the league and collecting their 30th Scudetto. After years of suffering, it was time to reap the rewards of hard work and planning under the new presidency.

    Season after season, title after title, Juventus were closing in on what nobody had ever thought would be possible after the 1930s. Could a second Quinquennio really be on the cards?

    25 April 2016 was the date that Juventus made history. Their fifth Scudetto title in succession was one of the most thrilling in recent times too. 

    11 points off the pace after only the 10th matchday, Massimiliano Allegri’s men would not put a foot wrong for the remainder of the campaign, as they completed a truly stunning fightback, never to be forgotten.

    However, when you then have the chance to go where nobody has ever been before, you simply have to take the opportunity with both hands. A sixth consecutive Scudetto had seemed the stuff of legend, but on 21 May 2017 Juventus made it a reality.

    Fino Alla Fine, Forza Juve

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