Scudetto 1933-34

      Juve kicked off the 1933-34 campaign in dominant fashion: winning against Roma (3-2) and then breezing past Torino in the derby (4-0). A loss in Milan against closest title challengers Inter proved to be just a minor hiccup in the grand scheme of things as the Bianconeri went on to assert their superiority in the second half of the season.

      A fourth league title in succession was all but secured following an impressive run of results which featured wins over Napoli, Roma and Bologna. Juve then really put the title race to bed with an imperious finish, winning each of their final six encounters by comfortable margins against Genova (0-2), Padova (5-1), Brescia (1-2), Milan (4-0), Pro Vercelli (0-2) and Lazio (0-2).

      Borel was once again a vital component of Carcano’s squad as he claimed the title of Italy’s leading goalscorer for the second successive year by finding the back of the net on 31 occasions over the course of the campaign. He was ably supported by the unlikely source of Ferrari, who was the club’s second highest marksman with 16 strikes to his name. While Inter concluded the season just four points adrift of the Bianconeri, the chasing pack behind (Napoli, Bologna, Roma) were well off the pace.

      It is worth noting that just 16 players were utilised by Carcano during a draining season. Also, starting in February 1934, the Bianconeri began to contest their home games at the Stadio Comunale.




      Carlo Carcano

      Combi, Valinasso, Rosetta, Caligaris, Ferrero, Varglien I, Monti, Bertolini, Depetrini, Sernagiotto, Cesarini, Borel II, Ferrari, Orsi, Varglien II, Mihalic,
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