By Peter Wicks The Bianconeri were always destined for a new day at the top of Serie A but the transition from the last two seasons was a painful one.
With a record of six Serie A titles and three Champions Leagues under their belt, the Rossoneri now have the ability to claim the league title on the back of three straight league wins.
But how did they do it?
It’s all down to two key decisions that helped them stay on top of the game in 2016-17.
The team was always going to play at the highest level The Biancocelesti had one of the best squads in the world in the first half of the season, with Sergio Agüero, Alessandro Florenzi and Andrea Pirlo all having a big impact on the way the club played.
That was a result of Juve having to play with an attacking identity in the opening stages of the campaign, but the team always played at the best level.
They won four league games in a row and had the highest percentage of their possession in the final third.
The best player in the league was always in the side, so the team never lacked confidence.
That also helped the Bianconeri stay at the summit of the league, with all the talent at their disposal.
It’s a credit to their fans, and the coaching staff, for bringing the best out of the squad.
In a season where many were worried about a lack of quality on the pitch, the players managed to keep their heads down and not take it easy, playing a disciplined game in the way that only the best can.
The squad has been so strong since the beginning of the year Juventus won the title in 2015-16 with their new formation.
They were the only team to score more than 100 goals for the first time in the new season, and they have won the Champions League six times since then.
With new players joining the squad, the Biancoelesti now boast the strongest starting XI in Serie A. That meant that it was easy to switch to the same 4-3-3 system the team used at the start of the new campaign.
With so much talent and a new system in place, Juventus managed to get back to the top, and it’s been a massive success.
A different style of play means a different approach to the league Juventus won just three league games this season.
They have managed four wins in five matches, but that was still a very poor season.
There was never any pressure to win, which was why they won the Europa League on the last day of the Serie A season.
That gave the Biancoli the opportunity to start the season with a bang and put a new style of football to the test.
There’s no pressure to perform Juve’s new style means they don’t have to perform in the same way that other teams in the top tier do.
This has led to them playing a different style and has been hugely beneficial.
The Biancolini’s goalkeeping coach, Marco Vazza, is credited with making it possible to adapt to the new style, so there’s no need to worry about them losing their nerve.
A new system means the team has a lot of options in defence It was only a matter of time before the Bianclez would have to start playing in a 4-4-2 system.
They’ve done just that, but they still haven’t really adapted to the change.
The defensive midfield is still a lot more compact than the one that was used last season, meaning the Biancos will have to adjust to a lot faster than their opponents.
This is something that will only help their defence, as it will give them an advantage in the air and give them a chance to attack when they have the ball.
The coach is a true expert There were many doubts surrounding the Bianca squad in the second half of last season.
The club’s new coach, Giuseppe Marotta, has been credited with improving their performance after a poor start to the season.
It is important to remember that Juventus were always going the way of the old guard, but their squad is now more experienced and has the right people to succeed.
As a result, Juventus have found themselves in the Champions Trophy quarter-finals, where they will face AC Milan in the quarter-final.
This season, Marotta has managed to put a very good team under his wing, but he is still looking to find the next great team.