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Juventus Football Club finally managed to regain the European Cup trophy after 11 years, winning the Champions League final against Ajax on penalties in Rome. That was the climax of a successful season, that saw Juventus winning the Supercoppa Italiana in the late summer of 1995, before going on to finish second in the league. Following the Champions League title, strikers Gianluca Vialli and Fabrizio Ravanelli were unceremoniously sold to Chelsea and Middlesbrough, respectively. The club also dropped Pietro Vierchowod and Paulo Sousa, much to the surprise of outside observers, since they both were established in the first team. Also Massimo Carrera, who had lost his regular place in the first XI left. Instead, Juventus decided to sign playmaker Zinedine Zidane from Bordeaux, along with yo

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  • Juventus Football Club 1995-1996
  • Saison 1995-1996 de la Juventus FC
  • 1995–96 Juventus F.C. season
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  • Questa voce raccoglie le informazioni riguardanti la Juventus Football Club nelle competizioni ufficiali della stagione 1995-1996.
  • Juventus Football ClubSaison 1995-1996 Maillots Chronologie Saison précédente Saison suivante La Saison 1995-1996 de la Juventus FC voit le club s'engager dans quatre compétitions que sont la Serie A, la Coupe d'Italie de football, la Ligue des champions et la Supercoupe d'Italie. Les bianconeri, champions d'Italie en titre, débutent la saison en remportant leur première Supercoupe d'Italie face au Parme FC. En championnat ils ne réussiront pas à défendre leur titre et finiront à la deuxième place derrière le Milan AC.
  • Juventus Football Club finally managed to regain the European Cup trophy after 11 years, winning the Champions League final against Ajax on penalties in Rome. That was the climax of a successful season, that saw Juventus winning the Supercoppa Italiana in the late summer of 1995, before going on to finish second in the league. Following the Champions League title, strikers Gianluca Vialli and Fabrizio Ravanelli were unceremoniously sold to Chelsea and Middlesbrough, respectively. The club also dropped Pietro Vierchowod and Paulo Sousa, much to the surprise of outside observers, since they both were established in the first team. Also Massimo Carrera, who had lost his regular place in the first XI left. Instead, Juventus decided to sign playmaker Zinedine Zidane from Bordeaux, along with yo
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