Adidas - Juventus 2021 Pre-Match Football Shirt
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All products are brand new unless else stated. The condition of our used products are rated according to a 6-9 scale,
9/10 - Very good condition, almost new. Few signs of wear.
8/10 - Good condition, used but maintained well. Signs of wear.
7/10 - Used with love, clear signs of wear such as scratches, star loss etc.
6/10 - The last dance, looks for a new owner for the last time.
We call our used items "Pre-Loved" as they have been worn with care and love.
Juventus Football Club faced a challenging year in 2021, as the club navigated through a series of on-field and off-field issues. Here’s a look at some of the key aspects of Juventus’s 2021:
End of the 2020/21 Season: In Serie A, Juventus ended the 2020/21 season in 4th place, which was a significant drop compared to their nine consecutive titles prior to that season. This finish just secured them Champions League football for the next season but marked the end of their domestic dominance. They managed to win the Coppa Italia, beating Atalanta 2-1 in the final, which added a silver lining to an otherwise disappointing season. They also won the 2020 Supercoppa Italiana against Napoli, a positive start to the year. In the UEFA Champions League, the team was eliminated by FC Porto in the Round of 16, which was considered a premature exit given the club’s high standards and expectations.
Management and Coaching: The coaching changes were significant, with Andrea Pirlo, the legendary former Juventus midfielder, being sacked at the end of his first season as head coach due to the team's underwhelming overall performance. Massimiliano Allegri returned to Juventus for the 2021/22 season after a two-year absence, having previously led Juventus to five straight Serie A titles and two Champions League finals during his first stint.
Player Movements: The year 2021 saw Cristiano Ronaldo's departure from Juventus to rejoin Manchester United at the end of the summer transfer window, marking a significant shift in the team's dynamics. The club brought in new players, including Manuel Locatelli, a highly regarded Italian midfielder who joined from Sassuolo.
Financial and Off-Field Issues: Financially, Juventus, like many other clubs, faced challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, impacting their transfer strategy and wage bill. The club was also involved in the controversial European Super League proposal, which faced immense backlash from fans and governing bodies when it was announced and quickly collapsed in April 2021.
2021/22 Season Commencement: As the new season commenced, Juventus had to adapt to life without Ronaldo and under the returning guidance of Allegri. The start of the 2021/22 season saw Juventus facing difficulties, including a slow start in Serie A, which put them in an unfamiliar position outside the top four.