The Italian football association has released its results of its annual survey on the best and worst teams in Italy.
The survey has already found that, on the whole, Serie A clubs are enjoying a renaissance.
Despite some poor results for the Serie A sides, Juventus and Roma are both making a strong recovery, with Milan and Udinese coming in at the bottom of the list.
Juventus are enjoying an astonishing turnaround.
They finished the year with the best record in Serie A, scoring the fewest goals and conceding the fewst.
In contrast, the league’s bottom six sides had the worst record, conceding a staggering 13 goals per game.
They finished the season with the worst goal difference between sides in Serie B, and finished the campaign with the least number of clean sheets.
Juve finished the 2014-15 campaign with an average goal difference of 4.4, the worst since 2009-10.
Their goal difference dropped by a whopping 22 points from the same season to 5.7, the biggest drop in the history of the competition.
It also saw Juventus’ clean sheet rate drop by 20 points from 6.9 per game in 2014-2015 to 5 per game this season.
“The statistics show that Juventus have achieved a great return from the injury and suspension of the players and their ability to recover from the long-term effects of the injury,” the association said.
“This is especially significant because it is the first time in recent history that the teams from the lowest league have achieved this.
Furthermore, Juventus have recovered the best form of the previous seasons and have been able to achieve the results which the league needs.
“In contrast to other clubs, they are also in the best position to recover in the future, with the current squad having a strong level of fitness and experience.
Juventus have a very good base of support, and have already invested in the facilities and infrastructure of their stadium.
As a result, they have the best squad in the competition, and are currently in a position to continue this progress.”
Meanwhile, Udinese have not suffered a single setback since losing to Roma in the Champions League in 2015.
However, they lost to Sassuolo in the Europa League in the last 16 of the 2015-16 campaign, a defeat which ended Udinese’s hopes of a repeat in the title race.
After being relegated to Serie B in 2015, Udina finished the 2016-17 campaign in third place and finished with an impressive 14 points.
With a host of new signings and some new coaches, Udine have finally shown their worth as a football club and the players have come back to their best.
On the pitch, Udini have continued to improve their goal difference, and scored the fewesteest goals in the league.
Overall, Udinhas managed to improve the team’s attacking output, which has increased by seven points to 9.4 per game, while their defensive output has also improved by four points to 3.6 per game from the previous campaign.
Meanwhile their average goal differential, which stood at 0.7 in the 2014/15 season, has dropped to 1.5 points this season, with Udinese having a goal difference drop of 16 points from 7.4 points the previous season.”
I think that the results of the survey are important because the survey shows that, while there is a decline in the level of the teams in Serie P, the level has not dropped as much in Serie C, the lowest division of the league,” the Italian Football Association said in a statement.
‘A lot of work still to be done’ “There is still a lot of important work to be performed in the clubs to improve themselves and the performance of their teams.
Therefore, I am happy to announce that I will leave the football administration, in the hope that I can bring in a good result for the fans.”
A former president of the Juventus, Massimiliano Allegri, Allegri is now the president of Udinese.
His appointment is likely to help the Nerazzurri.
When Allegri left Juventus, he oversaw the signings of players such as Andrea Pirlo and Luka Modric.
He has also overseen the signings and signings of former teammates and players such Alessandro Nesta and Domenico Criscito.
Allegri has also worked closely with the newly appointed Juve boss Roberto Mancini.
Both men have had a long and successful career in football, and will now continue the work which Allegri has done in Italy since his departure from Juventus in 2007.