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      19.12.2019 16:00 - in: Serie A S

      Lifting the Super Cup: Lippi's era

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      The first four triumphs between 1996 and 2003, won in Italy and abroad

      There have been eight Super Cup triumphs: a feat no other club has achieved. The first four won by Juventus came under the tutelage of Marcello Lippi, who in those years won everything in Italy, in Europe and in the world.

       

      1996

      The first Super Cup won by Juventus took place against Parma in the umpteenth round of the two teams that competed in the season before the Scudetto, the Italian Cup and the Uefa Cup. The final act saw the Bianconeri prevail 1-0 thanks toa goal scored by Gianluca Vialli. The game was played on January 17 and it was the fog that dominated the Delle Alpi, making it difficult for spectators (even on TV) to watch the encounter. The photo of the award ceremony bears witness to this.

      1997

      The victory in August 1997 was the eighth title won by Mr. Lippi: three Scudetti, one Italian Cup, one Champions League, one Intercontinental Cup and two Italian Super Cups. This time the opponent is Francesco Guidolin's Vicenza, one which made miracles. The result was a 3-0 win courtesy of a brace from newcomer Filippo Inzaghi and a goal from Antonio Conte. It was he, the captain of the team, who lifted the cup in front of the Turin auidence.

      2002

      The year in which Juve won their first Italian Super Cup abroad. It was played in Tripoli and Parma was, once again, again the contender for the trophy, and this time they boasted a competitive team coached by Cesare Prandelli. The final result ended 2-1 in favour of Juventus, with two goals by Alessandro Del Piero and a momentary equaliser by Marco Di Vaio. Juve celebrated the victory with great enthusiasm

      2003

      Another trophy, another appointment outside of Italy. This time, the final was played in the United States, in East Rutherford. It was the revenge of another final played abroad, in Manchester. Just like that game in Old Trafford, that saw Milan crowned Champions League winners, it ended in penalties. From the spot, the Bianconeri triumph with five out of five penalties converted. Captain Ciro Ferrara was seen with a broad smile on his face: he ws the one who kicked the last penalty...

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