Juventus FC-All Time Best XI in European football History

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Juventus FC, Italy’s most successful club, have been blessed to have some of the greatest players in the history of football on that white and black shirts. Consistently breaking the world transfer record to acquire the game’s most exceptional talents. The La Vecchia Signora can proud of the list of Ballon d’Or winners and multiple winners of both teams and individual awards over the 118 years of her existence.

While supporters have been fortunate to cheer these global icons throughout that time, it makes selecting an all-time XI for the Bianconeri a challenging task.

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Gigi Buffon: The Juventus FC Goalkeeper

Who else could it be? He was voted as number 1 in the Top Five Italian Goalkeepers of All-Time.This  and the current Juve captain probably handed the gloves here as well. He join the club in 2001 and his €53 million purchase from Parma still persist as a world record for a goalkeeper. Despite this, La Madama has deffinitl receive a fine return on herenourmous money invested.

Buffon’s fifteen seasons have witnessed the club win a nine Serie A titles, and he also carry out a crucial  role in their 2006/07 Serie B crown. He was loyal to the club even when they went on relegation wheich serves as punishment for the Calciopoli scandal. That decision fastened his legacy as a Juventus hero. Despite this, two times winning of the Coppa Italia and playing in two Champions League Finals, his on-field performances certainly merit the statement here.

Stephan Lichtsteiner, Right Back Player

A deda table  selection here as it disregards any semblance of Sergio Brio, Gianluca Zambrotta and Lilian Thuram, yet the “Swiss Express” has ostensibly beaten every one of that trio in Juventus hues. His five seasons have each finished with the Bianconeri as heroes, including the Coppa Italia for progressive group and cup matches. Presently set to contend with Dani Alves in Max Allegri’s arrangements, his guarded strength and persevering hard-working attitude does not make it a simple contest for the Brazilian star.

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Gaetano Scirea, Juventus FC Central Defense Player

First name in the group sheet and the unchallenged pioneer of the side, the unflappable Scirea was the lynchpin of Giovanni Trapattoni’s all-conquering team of the 1970s/80s. He was a calming present for club and nation, once in a while committing errors and ready to bring out the ball easily out of barrier.

Focal Defense: Ciro Ferrara

From Napoli where he was a piece of those Diego Maradona aroused title-winning team, Ciro Ferrara was similarly basic to Marcello Lippi’s Juve during the 1990s. The present trio of Leonardo Bonucci, Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini are altogether authentic contenders for the spot close by Scirea, yet need European accomplishment to remove Ferrara. All things considered, his take of six Serie A titles best their count of five when he level up to score the first penalty. This constituted to the triumph of the club in the 1996 Champions League Final.

Antonio Cabrini, The Left Back Genius

Irrespective of the yardstick use to judge all Italian left-backs, only Paolo Maldini has ever excelled the absolute ability of Antonio Cabrini in history. His excellent crossing accuracy was always an addition to the attack. Also, He do showcase an incredibly high insignia of defensive excellence. This combination helped the 1982 World Cup winner to win fourteen major honour during his time with Juventus.

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