- 11 years ago today Juve won the Serie B title against Conte
- What happened next? The Juventus stars who left after relegation to Serie B in 2006
- 2006–07 Serie B
11 years ago today Juve won the Serie B title against Conte
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The Italian football scandal , or Calciopoli in the Italian -speaking world,  involved Italy's top professional football leagues, Serie A and Serie B. The scandal was uncovered in May by Italian police, implicating league champions Juventus and other major teams including A. Milan , Fiorentina , Lazio , and Reggina when a number of illegal telephone interceptions showed a thick network of relations between team managers and referee organizations, being accused of selecting favourable referees. The scandal first came to light as a consequence of investigations of prosecutors on the Italian football agency GEA World. Transcripts of recorded telephone conversations published in Italian newspapers suggested that, during the —05 season , Juventus general managers Luciano Moggi and Antonio Giraudo had conversations with several officials of Italian football to influence referee appointments.
It was the scandal that rocked Italian football. The aftermath of Calciopoli — as the scandal was referred to in Italy — also saw the Old Lady stripped of their and league titles, leaving the disgraced institution of Italian football in complete and utter disarray. These six stars stayed loyal. Somewhat inevitably, though, Juventus had to brace themselves for a number of high-profile departures, as clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona and most gallingly, domestic rivals Internazionale, cherry-picked some of their finest talents that summer. Ibrahimovic was regarded as one of the finest young strikers around at the time, despite scoring just seven goals in 35 Serie A appearances the previous campaign and Inter moved quickly to secure his services amid fierce competition.
What happened next? The Juventus stars who left after relegation to Serie B in 2006
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2006–07 Serie B
Indeed, he will spend the season at Juve having returned after a year out at Paris Saint-Germain. Just when you thought you couldn't love him anymore….. Buffon talking about staying with Juventus in Serie B… pic. Birindelli was 31 and closing in on a decade in Turin when relegation hit, and was able to use the season in Serie B to make a sustained comeback after missing the previous campaign through injury. The defender played 37 times, and scored his first league goal for the club since , and would not leave Juve until , retiring shortly after. His son Samuele, also a defender, was in the Pisa squad that won promotion to Serie B last season.
The —07 season was Juventus Football Club's th season in existence and first season in its history in Serie B following the Italian football scandal , leaving Internazionale as the only Italian club never to have been relegated. Juventus were docked nine points this season repealed from the original point deduction. Juventus finished the Serie B season in first place and promoted back up to Serie A. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. In July , former player Didier Deschamps was announced as the new manager following the resignation of Fabio Capello , who left for Spanish club Real Madrid. The club made its Serie B debut on 9 September , earning their first ever point in Serie B with a draw away to Rimini.
Perche la Juve fu distrutta nel 2006? (Calciopoli? No, Farsopoli!)