Turin, February 21, 2013 – After eighty official games, the numbers certainly offer credible and practical information with respect to any project. And after 80 Juventus benches, Antonio Conte can objectively inflate the chest. His Juve is worthy of the great Lord of the past. He began to build on the ruins of two sevenths places, he immediately hit the Scudetto is in the running for bis tricolor and in fact has already entered the European G8, the strong conquered 3-0 in Glasgow, in the den of Celtic. In figures, Juventus branded Conte has so far put together, including cups, 50 wins, 24 draws and 6 defeats. In early streaks of the Juventus technicians, Antonio does not boast the most wins, but least defeated. Yes, less than Fabio Capello (10 losses in the first 80 games of his management, between August 2004 and January 2006) and less than Giovanni Trapattoni (nine stops between 1976 and 1978).

Capello commands in victories Conte chases instead in terms of victories, where  leads Fabio Capello (56) in front of Carlo Carcano (55 successes between 1930 and ’32), Carlo Parola (53, between 1959 and 1961), Trapattoni (52), Lippi (51) and precisely Conte (50). Very near the various Ancelotti, Ranieri, Zoff, Marchesi, Heriberto Herrera, Vycpálek and Rosetta.

But as for goals scored ... But there is another fact which highlights the work of Antonio Conte, as well as lower number of losses: in terms of goals scored, this Juve is indeed the best in the modern era, 151 goals, against 144 Capello, the 142 of Lippi and Ranieri. Top scorer Prince of the era Conte is Mirko Vucinic, at an altitude of 20: ten goals last season, the same number this year. Behind the Montenegrin chasing pair Alessandro Matri and Arturo Vidal with 17 goals, and Claudio Marchisio, the midfielder striker scored 16 times since the summer of 2011 to the present.