1998–99 Juventus F.C. season

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1998–99 season
President Vittorio Caissotti di Chiusano
Manager Marcello Lippi
Carlo Ancelotti
Serie A 7th
Coppa Italia Quarter-finals
Champions League Semi-finals
Supercoppa Italiana Final
Top goalscorer League: Filippo Inzaghi (13)
All: Filippo Inzaghi (20)

Juventus F.C. endured its worst domestic season since 1990–91, following a serious knee injury on superstar Alessandro Del Piero and a backlash for France's World Cup hero Zinedine Zidane. Contrary to the previous four seasons under the guidance of Marcello Lippi, Juventus' offense malfunctioned, and in February Lippi was let go by the club, with successful former Parma coach Carlo Ancelotti taking over.

With Ancelotti at the helm, Juve managed to salvage some respectability by reaching the semi finals of the Champions League, where eventual champions Manchester United just got the better of the Italian champions. But following that narrow defeat, Juventus had to settle for the UEFA Cup the next season, due to a lowly seventh place in the league.


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Italy GK Angelo Peruzzi
2 Italy DF Ciro Ferrara
3 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia DF Zoran Mirković
4 Uruguay DF Paolo Montero
5 Italy MF Fabio Pecchia
6 Portugal DF Dimas
6 France FW Thierry Henry
7 Italy MF Angelo Di Livio
8 Italy MF Antonio Conte (captain)
9 Italy FW Filippo Inzaghi
10 Italy FW Alessandro Del Piero
11 Uruguay FW Daniel Fonseca
12 Italy GK Michelangelo Rampulla
13 Italy DF Mark Iuliano
14 France MF Didier Deschamps
15 Italy DF Alessandro Birindelli
16 Italy FW Nicola Amoruso
17 Italy DF Gianluca Pessotto
No. Position Player
18 France MF Jocelyn Blanchard
19 Croatia DF Igor Tudor
20 Italy MF Alessio Tacchinardi
21 France MF Zinedine Zidane
22 Italy GK Morgan De Sanctis
23 Italy MF Simone Perrotta
24 Uruguay FW Marcelo Zalayeta
25 Italy DF Massimo Paci
26 Netherlands MF Edgar Davids
27 Italy DF Massimiliano Marchio
28 Italy MF Luca Pellegrini
29 Italy MF Marco Rigoni
30 Italy MF Salvatore Papa
31 Italy DF Francesco Scardina
32 Italy MF Manuel Sinato
33 Italy GK Stefano Pergolizzi
34 Argentina FW Juan Esnáider

Serie A[edit]


UEFA Cup Playoffs[edit]

Udinese qualifying for the 1999-2000 UEFA Cup on away goals. Juventus declared 7th in Serie A.

Top Scorers[edit]

UEFA Champions League[edit]

Group stage[edit]




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