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This page contains detailed information on the profile and career of Simone Pepe, Juventus midfielder

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Career

  • Season Team Category goals
    2013/14 Juventus A 2/-
    2012/13 Juventus A 1/-
    2011/12 Juventus A 31/6
    2010/11 Juventus A 30/4
    2009/10 Udinese A 32/7
    2008/09 Udinese A 33/4
    2007/08 Udinese A 33/3
    2006/07 Cagliari A 36/3
    Gen 2006 Udinese A 6/-
    2005/06 Palermo A 3/-
    2004/05 Piacenza B 30/12
    2003/04 Palermo B 19/1
    2002/03 Teramo C1 31/11
    Gen 2002 Lecco C1 5/-
    2001/02 Roma A -/-
    2000/01 Roma A -/-
  • Year of achievement Team National European
    2013/14 Juventus 1/- -/-
    2012/13 Juventus -/- -/-
    2011/12 Juventus 2/- -/-
    2010/11 Juventus 2/1 10/-
    2009/10 Udinese 4/- -/-
    2008/09 Udinese 1/- -/-
    2007/08 Udinese 5/2 -/-
    2006/07 Cagliari 3/- -/-
    Gen 2006 Udinese 3/- -/-
    2005/06 Palermo -/- -/-
    2004/05 Piacenza 2/1 -/-
    2003/04 Palermo 5/2 -/-
    2002/03 Teramo -/- -/-
    Gen 2002 Lecco -/- -/-
    2001/02 Roma -/- -/-
    2000/01 Roma -/- -/-
  • Competition Season
    Italian Championship 2013/2014
    Italian Super Cup 2013
    Italian Championship 2012/2013
    Italian Super Cup 2012
    Italian Championship 2011/2012    

Simone Pepe

A popular figure in the dressing room - famous for his wit and sunny disposition - but also highly regarded on the field itself, Simone Pepe’s personal and professional qualities make him a vital member of Massimiliano Allegri’s squad.

On the pitch, he is extraordinarily versatile, having featured as a striker, winger, central midfielder and even in both full-back positions. When added to his tactical intelligence and sheer determination, it is clear to see why he has won the approval of every manager he’s worked with.

Born and bred in Rome, Simone travelled all over the country ahead of his move to Juve, with spells in Lecco, Teramo, Palermo, Piacenza, Cagliari coming before his big break in Udine.

A total of 104 appearances and 14 goals at the Stadio Friuli earned him a place in Marcello Lippi’s 2010 World Cup squad. Shortly before departing for South Africa, Pepe confirmed his move to the Bianconeri, tasting Scudetto success two seasons later.

He has recently emerged from a nightmare injury layoff that has lasted the best part of two years, proving his fitness with goalscoring contributions during the club’s Asia-Pacific tour, and is now ready to continue to push Juve towards trophy successes.