Juventus Fueled but What Occurred in the Past Season

Juventus are enjoying an excellent start to the season and, while they don’t boast the most good-looking style, they have been highly effective and determined. They won their fourth game on the trot against Fiorentina and gained separation on the standings. They are engaged in a two-man race with Inter at the top.

According to TuttoSport, Massimiliano Allegri is using last year’s ten-point penalization as a motivating tool. The players and the coach feel defrauded. The Bianconeri dropped out of the top four as a result of the fake ‘plusvalenze’ trial. Moreover, UEFA denied them the chance to play in the European Conference League due to financial misconduct.

Even though the Juventus brass didn’t fight the accusations as hard as they could have, the squad and the boss believe to have suffered an injustice. That’s part of what’s driving them on the pitch.

The Bianconeri have excelled in the back and haven’t conceded in the past six matches for a total of 540 minutes. They’ll host Cagliari in Round 12, the last one before the final international break of 2023.

Even though they tightened the belt in the summer, the exclusion from the Champions League has a massive impact on their balance sheets. Juventus lost €75M in the first three months of the current season, forcing the ownership to launch a capital increase.

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