Juventus F.C. Youth Sector

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Juventus Youth Sector
Full name Juventus F.C. Youth Sector
Nickname(s) La Vecchia Signora [1] (The Old Lady)
La Fidanzata d'Italia (The fiance of Italy)
I bianconeri (The white-blacks)
Le Zebre (The Zebras)
[La] Signora Omicidi ([The] Killer Lady) [2]
Founded 1 November 1897
Ground Juventus Center
Vinovo (TO), Italy
Chairman Andrea Agnelli
Head Coach Giovanni Rossi
Gianluca Pessotto
Fabio Grosso (Primavera)
League Campionato Nazionale Primavera
2015–16 Campionato Nazionale Primavera, 2nd

Juventus F.C. Youth Sector (it. Settore Giovanile) is youth set-up of Juventus Football Club. The Youth Sector is made up of various squads divided by age groups. All the Youth Sector squads currently train at the club's main training ground, Juventus Center, located at the piedmontese village of Vinovo (14 km at southwest of Turin).

In August 2007 the Juventus Under-19 team were runner-up in the inaugural edition of the Champions Youth Cup in Malaysia, intended to be a Club World Championship powered by G-14 [3] and hold the best defence of the tournament with only two goals conceded in six matches.[3] More recently, the Primavera (Under-20) squad won back-to-back Viareggio titles, successfully defending their title in a 4-2 win over Empoli in February 2010.

Structure[edit]

Like the Ajax youth set-up, the club maintains several soccer schools, some satellite clubs [4] and camps in Italy (addressed to 8- to 16-year-old boys who want to improve their own level of game), United States,[5] Mexico [5] and England [6] (all addressed to 11- to 16-year-old boys) and football initiatives like Juventus University, the first Football University in the world (run jointly with the University of Turin) [7] and Juventus National Academy, launched to creating a network of Juventus football schools (or academies) throughout Italy addressed to 8- to 12-year-old boys.[8]

Juventus College[edit]

The "Juventus College" (J-College) was opened in September 2012 and is a boarding school founded mainly to cater to boys who do not reside within the city. Initially it founded as a collaboration with the Istituto Edoardo Agnelli, a high school founded by the Agnelli family's charitable foundation in collaboration with the Salesians, who have a long tradition of education in Turin.[9] Since 2014, J-College has been overseen by the International School of Europe. Previously, the boys would have to drop out of school to avoid uprooting their entire family. J-College was modeled after Premier League clubs' youth academies, which cater to the educational needs of its youth players under age eighteen.[9]

J-College is an accredited scuola secondaria di secondo grado ("upper secondary school", ages 14 to 18) with two streams: a liceo scientifico offering the "applied sciences" option (opzione scienze applicate) and the liceo sportivo. Since 2014, it has been designated a liceo sportivo (sports school), the first of its kind in Italy, by the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research (MIUR).[10] It also provides practical vocational training for the youth sector players past the mandatory schooling age of 16, in particular older boys in the Primavera age group.[11]

History[edit]

Despite an extensive international scouting network, the club has historically placed importance on nurturing local talent and continues to do so.[4] One proof of this is the fact of the Italian national team, coached by Enzo Bearzot during the mid-1970s [12] and mid-1980’s,[13] was mainly composed of young Juventus players [14] -nicknamed the Blocco-Juve ("Juve-Block"), the backbone of the Italian squad [15]- like Roberto Bettega, Giuseppe Furino - two of the five Juventus players with most appearances and also two of the Italian footballers to have won more scudetti- and Paolo Rossi, Adidas Golden Shoe, Adidas Golden Ball and world champion in 1982 and European Footballer of the Year in the same year; them all former members at the Juventus youth program (then known as Nucleo Addestramento Giovani Calciatori or N.A.G.C.).

Graduates of the youth sector continue to ply their trade in other Serie A clubs and top-flight leagues around Europe. More recently the 2012-13 Scudetto-winning squad featured Paolo De Ceglie,[16] second vice-captain Claudio Marchisio,[17] Sebastian Giovinco and Luca Marrone; the latter three were born and raised in the Turin area.[18] The Primavera team also celebrated winning the 2012 Torneo di Viareggio, their most recent win, which ties them with Milan for the second most successful team (8 titles).

Reserve team honours[edit]

Squads[edit]

The Youth Sector, according to the Italian football league system, is divided into six squads: 'Primavera', 'Berretti', 'Allievi', 'Giovanissimi', 'Esordienti' and 'Pulcini'.[19]

'Primavera' Squad[edit]

The Primavera Squad is the Juventus football team composed of footballers between 15 and 20 years old. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it is the main youth category and is thus above the 'Berretti' squad. Each season, the 'Primavera' squad is the experimental group for the trial and/or promotion of the future members of the first team before the beginning of the Serie A season. Players deemed ready for first team football are registered and given a first team squad number.

The team currently competes in the Italian Primavera TIM Championship. They are the fourth team in Italy with the most number of titles in the Primavera Championship [20] and the third team -join to Roma and Atalanta- for number of victories in the Italian Youth Cup.[21] The torinese side, join to Lecce hold de record of titles won in the Italian Youth Super Cup.[22]

Juventus also competes in the Viareggio World Tournament, one of the most prestigious U-20 championships in the world. In that competition, they are also the record holders for the number of consecutives titles won with 3 and also reached the record of 4 finals in row.[23] Overall, the club shares the best record of titles won (8) [23] and the second best record of finals played (13) in the competition.[23] It also holds the record of the most De Cecco Memorial titles won with 3 [24] in four appearances.

Current squad[edit]

As of 30 January 2017.[25]

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

No. Position Player
Italy GK Mattia Del Favero
Italy GK Leonardo Loria
Italy GK Filippo Marricchi
Sweden DF Mattias Andersson
Italy DF Pietro Beruatto
Italy DF Luca Coccolo
Brazil DF Rogério Oliveira da Silva
Italy DF Alessandro Semprini
Italy DF Alessandro Tripaldelli
Italy DF Alessandro Vogliacco
Italy MF Gabriele Bove
No. Position Player
Italy MF Luca Clemenza
Italy MF Leonardo Merio
Italy MF Nicola Mosti
Italy MF Simone Muratore
Senegal MF Moussa Ndiaye
Brazil MF Matheus Pereira
Guinea MF Oumar Toure
Italy MF Gabriele Galtarossa
Algeria FW Mehdi Leris
Switzerland FW Andi Zeqiri
Italy FW Moise Kean

Staff[edit]

  • Head Coach: Fabio Grosso
  • Assistant Coach: Giuseppe Zappella
  • Fitness Coach:
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Stefano Raponi
  • Accompanist Manager : Luciano Cerutti
  • Accompanist Manager : Alessandro Badii
  • Doctor: Dr. Stefano Suraci
  • Masseur: Fabiano Bonati
  • Masseur: Diego Prodoni

Honours[edit]

National titles[edit]
International titles[edit]

'Berretti' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Berretti Squad is the Juventus football team composed by Under 19 footballers. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it’s before to the 'Allievi' squads. The team currently competes in the Italian “Dante Berretti” Championship and they have the third most number of titles in that youth competition join to Fiorentina and Internazionale.[27]

Juventus are also the join record holders -with Internazionale- for the number of Carlin's Boys International Tournament titles won (6),[28] one of the most prestigious U-19 championships in the world recognized by FIFA and the oldest official youth championship organized in the Italian territory.[29] Juventus reached the San Remo Tournament final eleven times, which is more than any other club.[28]

Staff[edit]

  • Head Coach: Fabio Grosso
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Lorenzo Frison
  • Fitness Coach: Andrea Lamma
  • Chaperone: Enrico De Bonis
  • Doctor: Dr. Piero Negri
  • Masseur: Maurizio Delfini

Honours[edit]

National titles[edit]
International titles[edit]
  • San Remo Carlin's Boys International Tournament [28] (6): 1961; 1965; 1967; 1997; 1998; 2004 (record).
  • Salice Teme's International Tournament (1): 2003

'Allievi' Squads[edit]

The 'Allievi' squad is the Juventus football team consists for two age-group teams addressed to 15- to 17-year-old footballers. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it’s before to the 'Giovanissimi' squads.

'Allievi Nazionali' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Allievi Nazionali Squad is the main Juventus 'Allievi' team composed by Under 17 footballers. The team currently competes in the Italian Allievi Championship, competition to have won in the 2005-06 season.
The club have been crowned Maggioni-Righi International Tournament winners 5 times, more than any other club [30] and hold the record of appearances in that competition with 24.[31]
The torinese team have won the City of Arco's International Youth Trophy -one of the top U-16 international competitions- 5 times, making them the second most successful club in the history of the tournament behind Milan (6 wins).[32] Juventus have appeared in eight City of Arco's finals, more than any other club.[32]

Staff[edit]
  • Head Coach: Stefano Guidoni
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Francesco Vono
  • Fitness Coach: Andrea Pertusio
  • Chaperone: Flavio Mantovani
  • Doctor: Dr. Marcello Valenti
  • Masseur: Leonardo Pellegrin
Honours[edit]
National titles[edit]
  • Allievi National Championship (1): 2005-06
International titles[edit]
  • Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament [33] (5): 1979; 1980; 1996; 1998; 2004 (record)
  • City of Arco's International Youth Trophy “Beppe Viola” (5): 1983; 1984; 1991; 1996; 2007
  • City of Rieti's International Trophy, “Manlio & Loris Scopigno Memorial” (1): 2003
  • "Nereo Rocco" Memorial International Tournament (1): 2005
  • City of San Bonifacio’s International Tournament, Ferroli’s Trophy (1): 2002
  • International Friendship’s Tournament (1): 1997
  • "G. Allemandi" International Tournament (1): 1984

'Allievi Regionali' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Allievi Regionali Squad is the second 'Allievi' team composed by Under 16 footballers. The team currently plays in the U-16 regional championships as the “Stefano Sardi” Memorial Tournament, competition to have won three times.

Staff[edit]
  • Head Coach: Gianluigi Gentile
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Marco Roccati
  • Fitness Coach: Augusto Achino
  • Chaperone: MatteoDe Marzo
  • Doctor: Dr. Angelo De Fino
  • Masseur: Cristiano Russo
Honours[edit]
National titles[edit]
  • “Stefano Sardi” Memorial Tournament (3): 1978; 1995; 1997
International titles[edit]
  • "Gaetano Scirea" International Tournament (2): 2003; 2008

'Giovanissimi' Squads[edit]

The 'Giovanissimi' squad is the Juventus football team consists for three age-group teams addressed to 12- to 14-year-old footballers. According to Italian Football’s hierarchy, it’s before to the 'Esordienti' squads.

'Giovanissimi Nazionali' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Giovanissimi Nazionali Squad, also known as Giovanissimi Professionisti, is the main 'Giovanissimi' team composed by Under 15 footballers. The team currently plays in the 'Giovanissimi Nazionali' Championship, competition to have won in the 1997-98 season.

Staff[edit]
  • Head Coach: Domenico Maggiora
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Guillermo Vignati
  • Fitness Coach: Duccio Ferrari
  • Chaperone: Massimiliano Ferrarotti
  • Doctor: Dr. Marco Cravero
  • Masseur: Fabiano Bonati
Honours[edit]
National titles[edit]
  • Giovanissimi Nazionali National Championship (1): 1997-98
International titles[edit]
  • City of Arco's Tournament (4): 1983; 1984; 1991; 1996
  • "Vespignani" Memorial International Tournament (1): 2004
  • City of Bastia’s International Tournament (2): 2004; 2006 (record).
  • "Michele Cara" Memorial (1): 2003
  • A.S.A.R International Tournament (1): 2002
  • "Tommaso Maestrelli" International Tournament (2): 2000; 2005

'Giovanissimi Regionali' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Giovanissimi Regionali Squad is the second 'Giovanissimi' team composed by Under 14 footballers. The team currently plays in the U-14 regional championships.

Staff[edit]
  • Head Coach: Maurizio Molinelli
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Guillermo Vignati
  • Fitness Coach: Duccio Ferrari
  • Chaperone: Franco Martino
  • Doctor: Dr. Marco Cravero
  • Masseur: Rocco Giampetruzzi
Honours[edit]
International titles[edit]
  • "Piccoli Grandi Squadre" International Championship, Devid Beltramo trophy (2): 2005; 2008

'Giovanissimi Sperimentali' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Giovanissimi Sperimentali Squad is the third 'Giovanissimi' team composed by Under 14 footballers. The team currently plays in some U-14 international championships.

Staff[edit]
  • Head Coach: Attila Malfatti
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Guillermo Vignati
  • Fitness Coach: Massimo Berruti
  • Chaperone: Domenico Delfino
  • Doctor: Dr. Marco Cravero
  • Masseur: Roberto Spina
Honours[edit]
International titles[edit]
  • "Stefano Maggioncalda" International Trophy (2): 2001; 2002
  • "Carletto Annovazzi" Memorial International Tournament (2): 2005; 2008
  • De Cillis Tournament (1): 2000
  • Bergamin Memorial Tournament (1): 2001
  • "Gaetano Scirea" Memorial, Castiglio Balsamo’s Tournament (1): 2002
  • "Flavio Frontali" Memorial (1): 2005
  • City of Gallipoli's Carnival Trophy (2): 2003; 2004

'Esordienti' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Esordienti Squad is the Juventus football team addressed to 10- to 12-year-old boys. This category is part, join to the 'Pulcini' Squad, of the soccer school (called in Italy scuola di calcio [34]) and comprise two age-group teams ranging from Under-13's (on reduced and prescribed fields). Each year the 'Esordienti' squad competes in U-13 championships organized by the FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector.[35]

Staff[edit]

Esordienti Fair Play Staff (2 squads)[edit]
  • Head Coach: Antonio Marchio / Fulvio Casella
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Guillermo Eduardo Vignati
  • Fitness Coach: Massimo Berruti / Prof. Giuseppe Trucchi
  • Chaperone: Renzo Graziani / Eugenio Isola
  • Doctor: Dr. Gianluca Alunni
  • Masseur: Fabio Lanza / Giuseppe Ercole
Esordienti Fascia B Staff (2 squads)[edit]
  • Head Coach: Massimiliano Alunni / Augusto Dotto
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Guillermo Eduardo Vignati
  • Fitness Coach: Prof. Giuseppe Trucchi
  • Chaperone: Ivo Taverna / Roberto Bracco
  • Doctor: Dr. Gianluca Alunni
  • Masseur: Davide Dardanello / Stefano Rosso

'Pulcini' Squad[edit]

The Juventus Pulcini Squad is the Juventus football team addressed to 8- to 10-year-old boys. This category is part, join to the 'Esordienti' Squad, of the soccer school (called in Italy scuola di calcio [34]) and comprise three age-group teams ranging from Under-11's (composed by 5; 7 and 9 players). Each year the 'Pulcini' squad competes in U-11 championships organized by the FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector.[36]

Staff[edit]

Pulcini 97 Staff (2 squads)[edit]
  • Head Coach: Fabio Gregori / Mario Lebanti
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Alberto Borsero
  • Fitness Coach: Prof. Giuseppe Trucchi
  • Chaperone: Riccardo Scrivo / Matteo De Marzo
  • Doctor: Dr. Gianluca Alunni
  • Masseur: Massimo Rinaldi / Leonardo Colucci
Pulcini 98 Staff (2 squads)[edit]
  • Head Coach: Angelo Mirto / Lorenzo Gerbaudo
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Claudio Cavazzini
  • Fitness Coach: Prof. Giuseppe Trucchi
  • Chaperone: Massimo Bortone / Guglielmo Daini
  • Doctor: Dr. Gianluca Alunni
  • Masseur: Ferruccio Achino / Giorgio Alternini
Pulcini 99 Staff (2 squads)[edit]
  • Head Coach: Franco Perri / Giovanni Gallo
  • Goalkeeping Coach: Claudio Cavazzini
  • Fitness Coach: Prof. Giuseppe Trucchi
  • Chaperone: Giancarlo Zanardi / Teodoro Cisero
  • Doctor: Dr. Gianluca Alunni
  • Masseur: Cristiano Russo / Tullio Dessì

Contribution to Italian national football youth teams[edit]

Just as its senior team, the Bianconeri youth system also has a notable contribution to the Italian national youth teams. The youth system holds the record for supplying Italian national youth teams with the most players. As of 10 March 2008, 48 youth team players have played at U-21 level, 19 at U-20 level and another 35 at U-18 level in official internationals, and from 2015, Juventus B Team[37][38]

Youth Sector B Juventus General Staff[edit]

  • Head Coach:Italy Claudio Gabetta
  • Youth Sector Manager: Italy Luciano Bruni
  • Director of Youth Football & Reserve Team Coach: Italy Michelangelo Rampulla
  • Under 19 and Under 21 Head Coach: Italy Massimiliano Maddaloni
  • Athletic Head Coordinator: Italy Antonio Pintus
  • Technical Skills Development Coach: Italy Adolfo Sormani
  • Juventus Soccer School Manager: Italy Marco Marchi
  • Head of Medical Staff: Dr. Riccardo Agricola
  • Club coordinator and doctor: Dr. Bartolomeo Goitre
  • Club doctors: Dr. Michele Manlio Albano (Physiatry), Dr. Gianluca Alunni (Cardiology), Dr. Angelo De Fino (General medicine), Dr. Paolo Gola, Dr. Piero Negri, Dr. Luca Stefanini and Dr. Marcello Valenti (Sports medicine)

Notable former Youth Team players[edit]

Below is a list of some footballers who have played at some Juventus youth squads:

Senior internationals[edit]

Italy
Other countries
  1. ^ a b c Player already made his professional debut before joining Juventus and had spent some time in the Primavera team.

Notable Former Coaches[edit]

See also[edit]

Footnotes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Also Madama in Piedmontese language.
  2. ^ "La Juventus torna tra le grandi". corriere.it (in Italian). Retrieved 28 April 2008. 
  3. ^ a b "Champions Youth Cup". Champions Youth Cup Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-07-06. Retrieved 2007-08-19. 
  4. ^ a b "6 questions to Camillo De Nicola (former Juventus Youth Sector manager)" (in Italian). FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector Official Website. Retrieved 2004-04-10.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Satellite" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  5. ^ a b "Juventus Soccer Schools: JSS International" (in Italian). Juventus FC Official Website. Retrieved 2008-02-14. 
  6. ^ (English) (Italian) "Juventus Summer Camp". Juventus Soccer School Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-07-08. Retrieved 2007-08-15. 
  7. ^ (English) (Italian) "Juventus University". Juventus Soccer School Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-07-08. Retrieved 2007-08-15. 
  8. ^ (English) (Italian) "Juventus National Academy". Juventus Soccer School Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-07-08. Retrieved 2007-08-15. 
  9. ^ a b "Alla Juve lo scudetto della scuola — Ecco il primo liceo per calciatori" (in Italian). La Stampa. 13 September 2012. 
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  12. ^ "Italy - International Matches 1970-1979". RSSSF Official Website. Retrieved 2006-07-07. 
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  14. ^ "FIFA Classic Football - Coaches: Enzo Bearzot". FIFA Official Website. Retrieved 2006-07-07. 
  15. ^ "1982-2006: The 'azzurri' bianconeri". Juventus FC Official Website. Archived from the original on 2006-07-14. Retrieved 2006-07-07. 
  16. ^ "La Signora ha la cattiveria della gioventù" (in Italian). Il Giornale. 16 December 2008. 
  17. ^ "Decide Marchisio, Inter raggiunta ma la Fiorentina si sente scippata" (in Italian). La Repubblica. 25 January 2009. 
  18. ^ "Champions of Italy: Luca Marrone". juventus.com. 28 May 2012. 
  19. ^ "Juventus Football Club: Team and Staff". Juventus FC Official Website. Retrieved 2007-09-28. 
  20. ^ Juventus is the fourth most successful club in the history of the Primavera National Championship with 4 titles won, only behind Torino (8), Roma and Internazionale, (all with 6) according to "Primavera TIM Honours". Lega-Calcio Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-06-27. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  21. ^ Juventus is the third most successful club in the history of the Italian Youth Cup with 3 titles won, only behind Torino (7) and Internazionale (5) according to "Primavera TIM Honours". Lega-Calcio Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-06-27. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  22. ^ a b Official Italian youth cup since 2004 according to "Primavera TIM Super Cup finals". Lega-Calcio Official Website. Archived from the original on 2006-07-06. Retrieved 2006-07-07. 
  23. ^ a b c "Viareggio World Tournament Roll of Honour" (in Italian). Viareggio World Tournament Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-07-03. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  24. ^ "Juventus at the De Cecco Memorial" (in Italian). Juventus FC Official Website. Archived from the original on 2007-08-31. Retrieved 2007-08-28. 
  25. ^ http://www.tuttojuve.com/altre-notizie/ufficiale-arriva-matheus-pereira-dall-empoli-355940
  26. ^ Youth championship recognized by Italian Football Federation since 2002 according to "City of Gubbio Youth International Tournament" (in Italian). City of Gubbio Youth International Tournament Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  27. ^ Juventus is the third most successful club in the history of the “Dante Berretti” National Championship with 3 titles won, only behind Torino (8) and Milan (5) according to "Dante Berretti National Championship Roll of Honour" (in Italian). Lega-Calcio Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  28. ^ a b c Also known as San Remo U-19 Tournament or Memorial Rino Grammatica from 2000 according to "San Remo U-19 Tournament". RSSSF Official Website. Retrieved 2007-08-01.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Carlin.27s_Boys" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  29. ^ The Carlin's Boys International Tournament is organized by Associazione Scuolastica Carlin's Boys since 1947 according to "History of Carlin's Boys International Tournament" (in Italian). Carlin's Boys International Tournament Official Website. Retrieved 2006-08-01. 
  30. ^ "Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament Roll of Honour" (in Italian). Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  31. ^ "Curiosities from the Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament" (in Italian). Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  32. ^ a b "City of Arco's International Youth Trophy "Beppe Viola" Roll of Honour" (in Italian). City of Arco's International Youth Trophy “Beppe Viola” Official Website. Retrieved 2007-02-01. 
  33. ^ During 1979 and 1980 the Maggioni-Righi International Tournament was known as “Mario Maggioni” National Championship according to "History of the Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament" (in Italian). Maggioni-Righi International Football Tournament Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  34. ^ a b The activity of the soccer schools in Italy has promotional, ludico and didactic disposition, on technical and formative deepening in the 'Esordienti' group and on closely local base in the 'Pulcini' group.
  35. ^ "Soccer Schools Profile: Esordienti squads" (in Italian). FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  36. ^ "Soccer Schools Profile: Pulcini squads" (in Italian). FIGC Scholastic & Youth Sector Official Website. Retrieved 2007-07-04. 
  37. ^ "Italian Club: National team in figures - the call-ups to the Italian national football team (Major, Olympic and Under) by clubs" (in Italian). FIGC Official Website. Retrieved 2007-08-15. 
  38. ^ "National team in figures - the call-ups to Italy (details)" (in Italian). FIGC Official Website. Retrieved 2007-08-15. 
  39. ^ "La signora Juventus è ringiovanita bene" (in Italian). Gazzetta dello Sport. 21 January 2009. 
  40. ^ a b c "Marchisio: 'A win for Juve's academy'". juventus.com. 20 August 2012. 
  41. ^ "It's time to salute La Signora". The Guardian. 22 May 2007. 

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