DevonGI found this incredibly difficult to decide on, as Juve have had an embarrassment of riches throughout the years. In the end, this was the best team I could reconcile with. I felt bad leaving out Rossi, Baggio, and Sivori, but even though John Charles was equally as adept at playing center half, he was mainly used as a striker at Juve and I simply can't leave him nor Del Piero out of this team, despite not having won a Ballon D'or. Perhaps the only "weak" spot in this team is with Ciro Ferrara, who despite winning 6 Scudettos in Turin, isn't particularly remembered as an all time great defender. However, Thuram and Cannavaro, while maybe having more noteworthy careers, spent only a handful on seasons with Juve, all whilst apart of the Calciopoli era. 1934 World Cup winner Virginio Rosetta could have been an option as well. Anyway, I'd love some feedback and discussion, especially from Juventus fans who would likely have better insight than I. Thanks!
chicarooney@DevonG You know loads about football because the only players I know in your team is Zoff, Zidane, Platini and Del Peiro. Despite you being an Arsenal fan I can't believe how much you know about football. I'm not a Juventus suppertor but I have a soft spot for them because I love watching Pirlo.
CrocoI really don't know that much about Juventus, but I would have a hard time picking between Zoff and Gigi Buffon to man the posts. Both are legends in their own right and would be worthy of any all-time teams.
EL NINO#9i dont know zoff since im only 13 lmao but i know buffon,kahn,cech and casillas have shown me what keepers are
DevonGWell the general consensus from those who saw Zoff seems to be that he is within the top 5 keepers of all time- in the same category with Yashin, Banks, Zamora, etc. It's always hard to compare between generations, but I doubt many Italians would pick Buffon over Zoff, if for nothing else the sheer legendary status he holds in Italian football.