• 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)

  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)
  • 2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)

2006/07 Juventus Home Football Shirt. (L)


£39.95 GBP

Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Main sponsor has lifted slightly on one side

Size: Adults Large

Chest Measurement: 42-44 Inches / 105-112 CM

Manufacturer: Nike

Colour: Black & white stripes

Material: Polyester

Seasons: 2006/2007

Player: N/A

Patches: N/A

Official Nike Juventus home long sleeve football shirt from the 2006/2007 season.

Condition of this original football shirt is 8/10 - Excellent. Main sponsor has lifted slightly on one side (see photos).

All size and manufacturers labels present (see photos). Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.

In July 2006, former player Didier Deschamps was announced as the new manager following the resignation of Fabio Capello, who left for Spanish club Real Madrid.

The club made its Serie B debut on September 9, 2006, earning their first ever point in Serie B with a 1-1 draw away to Rimini. After that, Juventus won its next eight games, scoring 16 goals and conceding just one. The winning streak ended with a 1-1 draw at Napoli. In that game, goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon's streak of not conceding a goal ended at 733 minutes. Against Albinoleffe, Buffon was shown the red card for the first time in his career and conceded a penalty, but a 10-man Juve team managed to draw the game. They were undefeated in Serie B until the team lost at Mantova on Jan. 14, 2007.

On May 19, 2007, after a 5-1 away win at Arezzo on the 39th matchday, Juventus was mathematically promoted to Serie A. On Matchday 40, Juventus were then crowned Serie B champions following a 2-0 home win to Mantova On May 26, it was confirmed that Deschamps had resigned as manager due to differences with the club hierarchy, especially director of football Alessio Secco. His assistant Giancarlo Corradini was appointed caretaker for the last two games. On 4 June, Claudio Ranieri was announced as the new manager on the club website as Corradini stepped down to take up another management job full-time.


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