The 2013–14 season was the 82nd season in Málaga CF's history and their 33rd season in La Liga, the top division of Spanish football. [4] Conte and his assistant Angelo Alessio were handed ten-month and eight-month touchline bans respectively by the FIGC disciplinary committee and public prosecution office. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Source: Stadio Artemio Franchi – Montepaschi Arena, 2012–13 UEFA Champions League group stage § Group E, 2012–13 UEFA Champions League knockout phase, http://www.stadiapostcards.com/a12-13.htm, "Christian Stellini's letter to President Agnelli", "Five Primavera players have been included in the manager's selection: defenders Daniele Rugani and Pol Garcia, midfielders Andrea Schiavone and Elvis Kabashi and striker Stefano Beltrame", "Deroga art. Stellini, Bonucci and Pepe were later acquitted, but Stellini resigned from his position in August 2012. First team manager Antonio Conte, his assistant Angelo Alessio, technical director Christian Stellini and players Leonardo Bonucci and Simone Pepe were among the accused. Players and squad numbers last updated on 31 January 2013. Cristiano Ronaldo volvió este domingo a vestir la camiseta de la Juventus (2º), tras su ausencia por positivo al coronavirus, firmando dos goles en el triunfo 4-1 ante la Spezia (16º), y Zlatan Ibrahimovic dio el tanto de la victoria (2-1) al líder AC Milan en el campo del … The season starts on Saturday 25 August 2012 with Juventus taking on Parma at the Juventus Stadium, and ends Sunday 19 May 2013 with a match away against Sampdoria. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. 51 NOIF_Classifica avulsa Serie A 2012-2013", "Attendance Statistics of Serie A 2012-2013", "Coppa Italia, Round of 16, Juventus - Cagliari", "Coppa Italia, Quarter-final, Juventus - Milan", "Full Time Report – Juventus – Shakhtar Donetsk", "Full Time Report – Nordsjælland – Juventus", "Match Summary – Juventus – Nordsjælland", "Full Time Report – Shakhtar Donetsk – Juventus", "Full Time Report – Bayern Munich – Juventus", Summer 2012 co-ownership deal resolutions, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=2012–13_Juventus_F.C._season&oldid=979547498, 2012–13 UEFA Champions League participants seasons, Italian football championship-winning seasons, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using football kit with incorrect pattern parameters, Pages using infobox football club season with unknown parameters, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 September 2020, at 10:49. Source: Competitive matches. [5] Team coach Massimo Carrera was appointed caretaker manager for the duration of Conte's ban. [6] The club won their second Serie A title in a row. No one involved with Juventus at the time was implicated in the scandal. Last updated: 19 May 2013. 26 January 2013 22: Juventus: 1–1: Genoa: Turin: 20:45 CET : Quagliarella 54 ' Vučinić 90+3 ' Lichtsteiner 90+4 ' Report: Granqvist 25 ' Matuzalém 50 ' Borriello 64 ', 68 ' Antonelli 74 ' Stadium: Juventus Stadium Attendance: 36,668 Referee: Marco Guida Last updated: 19 May 2013Source: Competitions. The club won their third Serie A title in a row with a record 102 points and 33 wins, finishing 17 points ahead of second-place Roma [2][3] Club president Andrea Agnelli released a statement stating his support for the staff and players. Juventus started the Coppa Italia directly in the round of 16, as one of the eight best seeded teams. The club won their third Serie A title in a row with a record 102 points and 33 wins,[2] finishing 17 points ahead of second-place Roma. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. The fixtures for the 2012–13 Serie A were announced on 26 July 2012. Conte and Alessio were at Siena at the time the scandal took place, so Juventus itself was not penalized for any wrongdoing. Updated to match(es) played on 19 May 2013. The 2012–13 season was Juventus Football Club's 115th in existence and sixth consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football. The events were overshadowed by the recent Calcioscommesse scandals. Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Agnelli publicly announced the club's intention to appeal the charges. Conte returned to his position in December 2012 for the match against Palermo. The 2013–14 season was Juventus Football Club's 116th in existence and seventh consecutive season in the top flight of Italian football.
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