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Juventus 2008/09 Away kit XXL

Juventus 2008/09 Away kit XXL

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Condition: ★★★★★

This one is a Juve classic ! It's in excellent codition and features Nike's Dri Fit Technology. The size is XXL.

During the 2008/09 season, Juventus, the Italian football club, participated in several competitions, including Serie A (the top-tier Italian league), the Coppa Italia, and the UEFA Champions League. Here's a summary of how they performed in each competition that season:

  1. Serie A (2008/09):

    • Juventus finished the Serie A season in 2nd place, behind Inter Milan. They accumulated 74 points, with a record of 21 wins, 13 draws, and 4 losses. Although they put up a strong performance, they couldn't secure the league title.
  2. Coppa Italia (2008/09):

    • In the Coppa Italia, Juventus reached the semifinals. They were eliminated by Lazio in a two-legged tie, with Lazio advancing to the final.
  3. UEFA Champions League (2008/09):

    • Juventus had a decent run in the UEFA Champions League that season. They progressed to the Round of 16 but were knocked out by Chelsea after a 3-2 aggregate defeat. Chelsea went on to reach the semifinals of the competition.

Overall, it was a fairly successful season for Juventus, as they finished as Serie A runners-up and had a decent showing in the UEFA Champions League. However, they couldn't secure any major trophies that year.

Some of the key players during that season included:

  1. Alessandro Del Piero: The club's iconic captain and forward, Del Piero was a talismanic figure for Juventus. He was one of the team's top scorers and a veteran leader on the field.

  2. David Trezeguet: The French striker was a goal-scoring machine for Juventus during his time with the club. He was known for his poaching ability and provided valuable goals throughout the season.

  3. Gianluigi Buffon: Widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, Buffon was a crucial part of Juventus' defense. He made numerous important saves and provided leadership from the back.

  4. Pavel Nedvěd: The Czech midfielder was known for his creativity and work rate. Even in the latter stages of his career, Nedvěd was a valuable asset to the team.

  5. Diego: The Brazilian midfielder was signed by Juventus ahead of the 2008/09 season and brought creativity to the team's midfield.

  6. Giorgio Chiellini: The Italian defender was a key figure in Juventus' defense, known for his toughness and ability to organize the backline.

  7. Mauro Camoranesi: The versatile Argentine midfielder was known for his work rate and ability to contribute both offensively and defensively.
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