Scudetto 1930-31

      The extraordinary ‘Quinquennio’ (five consecutive league titles) period began on 28 September when Carlo Carcano’s side kicked off the season with a run of eight consecutive victories, including notable successes against Pro Patria (4-1), Milan (0-3), Roma (3-2) and Genoa (0-3).

      Juve then went on to strike a telling blow soon after the new year as they secured a 2-3 win against reigning champions Inter and really demonstrated their title credentials by establishing a bit of breathing space at the top of the table

      Despite a setback against Roma in mid-March, Juve held their nerve and went on to clinch the title on 21 June with a 1-0 home success against Inter in the penultimate matchday of the campaign. Three of Carcano’s men ended the season among the league’s top ten scorers as the trio of Orsi, Ferrari and Vecchina netted 52 of the club’s 79 goals throughout the season.




      Carlo Carcano

      Combi, Ghibaudo, Bodoira, Rosetta, Caligaris, Ferrero, O Barale, Varglien I, Rier, Vollono, Torriani, Mosca, Varglien II, Castellucci, Bigatto I, Munerati, Cesarini, Vecchina, Ferrari, Orsi, Vojak II, Pogliano, Crotti,
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