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Juventus are the only team in the world with a world class squad and a manager that has made it work.
There is nothing else in the sport.
Juventus have won Serie A seven times, three Champions Leagues and five Serie B titles since 2007.
They have won seven consecutive league titles since 2010.
They are the most successful team in Serie A history, having won Serie B and a Champions League twice in the last decade.
The Bianconeri have won four consecutive Serie A titles since 2013, with two more coming in 2018.
They won their third consecutive Champions League in 2020.
The team has won two Serie B trophies in the past five seasons, as well as two Serie A trophies in 2017 and 2017/18.
Juve’s coach was Reinhold Mattschke, a two-time Bundesliga and German Cup winner.
He has a wealth of experience, having previously worked with Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund.
The German club won the Bundesliga in 2003 and 2004, and Mattske was also the Dortmund head coach from 2004 to 2018.
Mattschkes three seasons at Borussia were the club’s longest and most successful, and he was also a member of the German national team that won the 2018 World Cup.
Mattsches first full season as a Borussia manager took place in 2020, and they have qualified for every Champions League since.
Matches last season was arguably the worst, but it was only the second time the Biancones failed to qualify for the Champions League.
Juventus have also missed out on four of the last five major competitions, including a play-off semi-final against Bayern Munich in 2017.
Matters have improved for the Biancons over the years, as the team has qualified for the Europa League every year since 2010 and reached the last 16 in 2016.
Matches success in 2018 has helped the Biancans push for the 2019 European Championships, which they will attempt to win in France.
The team has a record of 24 consecutive Serie B title wins.
The last time Juventus won the league in five years was 2011/12, and their record in the competition is currently 28-4-7.
Juve’s history of winning it all is the longest in the history of Serie A. They were also the first team in history to reach the Champions and the Super Cup.
Juvenian coach Roberto Mancini was a part of the Biancocelesti squad that won four successive Serie A championships in his first season in charge.
He also coached the national team from 2005 to 2011, which he helped Italy to two consecutive World Cups.
Mancini has won 11 trophies in total for Juventus, winning the Champions league twice in his four years at the club, as they won their fourth successive Serie B crown in 2018, and the Italian Cup twice in 2010.
Juventini have a record 15 consecutive Serie E titles.
They also won their first domestic cup in 2016 and reached an international final.
The Bianconese have reached the Champions, Europa League and Copa del Rey in the same season.
Mancinis record at the helm of the club is a total of 20 wins, 10 draws and one defeat.
Juvia’s history with the Biancos comes from the 1966/67 season, when they won the Serie A title, but lost in the final to Inter Milan.
They had two Champions League triumphs and three consecutive league crowns in their first five seasons.
The next five seasons were marred by domestic disappointment, but Mancines final season at the team is remembered as one of the most enjoyable in club history.