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Comunque lo stadio pieno, di giorno,

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In curva sud la gente sta in piedi e lascia vuota la zona tiranti...non dico altro .asd Peccato perch

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Su sky si sta parlando del terreno che non era proprio il massimo, non all'altezza dello stadio..

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Su sky si sta parlando del terreno che non era proprio il massimo, non all'altezza dello stadio..

Mi sembra anche normale...

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Mi sembra anche normale...

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Il nostro AD Mazzia intervistato dalla Reuters

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Small stadium, big plans, says Juve CEO

By Richard Allen

ROME, Sept 10 | Sat Sep 10, 2011 3:40pm BST

ROME (Reuters)- It may not rank among the world's largest football arenas but

Juventus's new stadium could herald a renaissance for the Old Lady of Italian

soccer, the club's chief executive said.

The Juventus Arena, which hosts its first Serie A match on Sunday when Parma

visit, has a capacity of just 41,000, a figure which pales in comparison to

the grounds of rivals Milan/Inter (80,000), Barcelona (99, 000), Manchester

United (76,000) and Bayern Munich (70,000).

But Aldo Mazzia, the man recently entrusted with boosting the once mighty

club's fortunes following the after-effects of a 2006 match-fixing scandal,

reckons size is not everything as Juve become the only Italian club to own

their own ground.

"We believe that it's better to have a stadium that's a bit smaller but

almost always full and closer to the team than to have a much bigger one that

only gets sold out for a few games, " he told Reuters in an interview.

Juventus, who have traditionally gained country-wide support from migrants

working in Turin for their sister company Fiat, hated their old Stadio Delle

Alpi home (69,000 capacity) because of a lack of atmosphere caused by a

running track and empty seats.

Since 2006 Italy's best supported and most successful domestic club have

shared the Stadio Olimpico with Torino and their new ground, which has yet to

be given an official name despite a long search for a sponsor, has been built

on the site of the Delle Alpi.

"The Stadio Olimpico has a 25, 000 capacity and a very limited number of

premium seats," said Mazzia, who replaced Jean-Claude Blanc as CEO in May

after succeeding Michele Bergero as chief financial officer a month earlier.

"Stadium revenues for last season were 11.5 million euros ($15. 8 million) of

which 9.8 million euros came through ticketing and 1.7 million euros for other

services, an amount that was around 7. 5 percent of total revenue.

"The new stadium offers a completely different scenario. Among the 41, 000

there are around 4,000 premium seats. There will be great views because there

is no track and fans are close to the pitch (7. 5 metres) creating a special

atmosphere.

"Stadium facilities will be open seven days a week and there will also be

plenty on offer for fans, families and companies looking for commercial

activity. The idea is to increase income and diversify revenue streams. "

Along with shops, restaurants, bars, parking, conference and banqueting

facilities, a Juventus museum will open in early 2012.

"We predict stadium revenues to increase to 15 percent of commercial income,

which is double the current amount, with revenue rising to 32 million euros of

which 20 million will come from ticketing and six million from naming rights, "

said Mazzia, adding there was scope to increase the number of premium seats in

future seasons.

The Turin side have won a record 27 scudettos as well as two European Cups

but have struggled since the Calciopoli scandal in 2006 when they were demoted

to Serie B and stripped of the 2004/5 and 2005/6 titles for influencing the

selection of referees.

Last year they dropped below AC Milan (7th) and Inter Milan (9th) to 10th in

Deloitte and Touche's Football Money League, suffering even more than other

Italian clubs from poor attendances.

MODERN ARENA

Matchday revenue accounted for just eight percent of total income, well below

the 22 percent average Deloitte calculates for Europe's big five leagues

(England, Germany, Spain, France and Italy).

But Mazzia believes the club's modern arena will now help push Juventus ahead

of the Serie A pack in generating money and make them better able to compete

in Europe.

"Today Juventus is the only Italian club to own its stadium, " said the

55-year old.

"While it's probable that others will follow our lead, I haven't see any new

plans, so from that point of view Juventus has a competitive advantage of at

least four or five years.

"International football has in recent years attracted huge investment from

new operators who have enabled certain teams to compete in a short space of

time.

"It's no surprise that Italian football has been affected, seeing stars leave

and failing to attract big names to Serie A. Investing in youth is the only

way to go forward."

In their bid to get back to the big time, Juve may also be aided by UEFA's

Financial Fair Play rules that restrict a club's spending according to its

revenue and which come into effect in the 2013/14 season.

"If Financial Fair Play is correctly applied it will undoubtedly contribute

to a more healthy system of international football, " said Mazzia.

"However it could help increase the chasm between clubs with the highest

revenues and all the rest."

Friday's decision by the Italian Olympic Committee's National Court of

Arbitration for Sport (TNAS) that it was competent to judge on Juve's bid to

revoke Inter's 2006 scudetto -- handed to the Milan club by default after the

Calciopoli scandal -- has been welcomed.

Juve say Inter were also involved in the scandal, something their rivals have

always denied.

"Our president (Andrea Agnelli) is personally following the latest

developments to make sure there is fair treatment regarding the 2006 scudetto,"

said Mazzia.

Mazzia sounds confident about the stadium, finances and the bid to have

Inter's 2006 title stripped but matters on the pitch look less secure.

If the enigmatic Mirko Vucinic and injury-prone Fabio Quagliarella fail to

fire in attack, new coach Antonio Conte may again have to rely on the legs of

36-year-old Juve stalwart Alessandro Del Piero.

Edited by Ghost Dog

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Mi sembra anche normale...

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commento di una m***a intertriste trovato su un blog:

ciao a tutti,

ho visto 90

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foto juve parma QUI

T'ho inviato un messaggio privato. ;)

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commento di una m***a intertriste trovato su un blog:

ciao a tutti,

ho visto 90

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commento di una m***a intertriste trovato su un blog:

ciao a tutti,

ho visto 90

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Io posso solo dirvi che in tv lo stadio viene una schifezza a confronto di come effettivamente

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Io posso solo dirvi che in tv lo stadio viene una schifezza a confronto di come effettivamente

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Su sky si sta parlando del terreno che non era proprio il massimo, non all'altezza dello stadio..

come se non sapessero quello che

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GRANDE PRINCE :sventola:

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Io posso solo dirvi che in tv lo stadio viene una schifezza a confronto di come effettivamente

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Poi:

Se potete evitate la prima fila!

I vetri permettono di vedere tutto e cmq la profondit

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