Welcome to my 10th FIFA 12 Player Ratings review article. So far, I've reviewed the "Big Six" of English football (Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC, Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal), the two La Liga giants (Real Madrid, FC Barcelona), and Bayern Munich.
The 2010-11 season was not a successful one for the Old Lady.
The club started the season with high hopes of a title run or at least qualification for the Champions League, on the back of a handful of large summer purchases.
However, things did not go as planned. After a strong run to the middle of the season, the team began to perform poorly in the league, slipping from second place down to seventh.
To make the season even more miserable, Juventus failed to emerge from the group stage of the Europa League, drawing all six of their group stage matches. Juventus found no respite in the Coppa Italia either, losing 2-0 to Roma in the Quarterfinals.
Going into this season however, Juventus fans were re-energized by the fact that Juve had signed a new coach, and had underwent an overhaul of their squad, signing no less than 17 new players and selling or loaning 17 players out.
How have all these results and changes in Juventus' squad factored into Juventus' individual player ratings?
Let's find out.
Note: Players rated below 70 are excluded.