The season from hell for Juventus is over and done with.
Thirty-eight games league games—some good, most of them incredibly mediocre and bad—have come and gone with the aftermath being a massive one.
Records in both losses and goals allowed in a single season along with humiliation in not one, but two European competitions.
From big transfers flopping, defensive nightmare after defensive nightmare, a coaching change that had little impact at all, it all went wrong for Juventus this season.
No matter what button was pushed in hope of improving the Old Lady, it was the wrong one and seemed like it almost always had the opposite impact.
Despite the positive outlook of what is possible for the future with the return of an Agnelli to the all-important Triad and new transfer guru in Beppe Marotta, and a new coach in Gigi Del Neri, it is hard to ignore what has happened these last 10 months.
So much hope, money, and time was put in to supposedly building Juventus into a Scudetto contender in 2009-10, yet it all went terribly wrong.
And what do you do at the end of any season? Give out awards, of course.
With the good comes to bad. This year there has definitely been more bad than good. Either way, it's time to pass out some hardware.