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    It says were going to break even, which leads me to believe that only a minor chunk of the £72m cash injection will be used for the debts. Maybe £10m for the debt, £12m for the stadium upgrade (according to Juventus), which leaves us with £50m for transfers, not including sales of players.

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    Juventus 104.8 mln eur capital increase runs May 28 - June 15


    The recapitalisation, aimed at relaunching the club and cutting its debt, is guaranteed by HVB Group AG, Banca IMI SpA, and Banca del Piemonte SpA.

    IFIL SpA, which has a 60 pct stake, and Libyan Arab Investments Company SA, which has 7.5 pct, will subscribe pro rata to the recapitalisation.

    The company will be offering two new shares for every three held, priced at 1.30 eur each. Shares in Juventus were traded today at around 1.84 eur.

    Juventus Football Club SpA said that its 104.8 mln eur capital hike will run from May 28 to June 15, while rights to subscribe to the capital increase will be traded between May 28 and June 8.

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    The shares are going crazy in the last days. They rose 8 percent after the resignation of coach Didier Deschamps.

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    so this is teh right time to buy a few eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBeL View Post
    The shares are going crazy in the last days. They rose 8 percent after the resignation of coach Didier Deschamps.
    It's gotta be Lippi speculation.

    As soon as they realize Lippi isn't playing coy with his sabattical, it will go in the toilet again.

    Doesn't matter unless we try to sell more shares of the company to raise more cash though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shyne View Post
    It says were going to break even, which leads me to believe that only a minor chunk of the £72m cash injection will be used for the debts. Maybe £10m for the debt, £12m for the stadium upgrade (according to Juventus), which leaves us with £50m for transfers, not including sales of players.
    and a majority of that 50 mill will go towards great champions like mesto,bianchi and iaquinta, any change left over, the fat cats will pocket for themselves
    ILLLLLL TRICOLOOOOOOOR ABBIAMO VINTO IL TRICOLOOOOOOOOOOOR ABBIAMO VINTO IL TRICCCOOOOLLLOOOOOORRRRRRRRR

    It's not Just a stadium - It's our Home. It's not just a kit - It's our Skin. We're not only Eleven - We're Millions. We're not just a crowd - We're a family. It's not just 90 minutes - It's a lifetime. It's not just a passion - It's an emotion. It's not just a game - It's our life. Juventus is not just a club - It's a lifestyle!

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    how can i buy juve shares? imagine what the shares will be like in a year from now if we make it to CL? it's an excellent investment IMO
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    I, for one, would like to buy a share just for the sake of it. Don't really care if the price would rise or lower in that sense (but of course I want them to go up for the benefit of Juventus).

    But I'm not really sure where I can buy a share(s) in Juventus when I'm in Iceland.

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    I think you can buy shares whereever you are. There are however rules of how to do so, I think u can consult your local broker or bank portfolios.

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    get 1 for me too
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    Quote Originally Posted by mambos View Post
    I, for one, would like to buy a share just for the sake of it. Don't really care if the price would rise or lower in that sense (but of course I want them to go up for the benefit of Juventus).

    But I'm not really sure where I can buy a share(s) in Juventus when I'm in Iceland.
    You can.. But as said before, you have to have a portfolio in a bank that has international broker or international stock trading facility. Some banks even offer online trading.
    Some banks require that you a certain capital in your chequing account or they require a certain amount to be deposited in your trading account to initiat it.
    Best thing is to contact your bank to do so.
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    Some stock info..
    Lowest ever 0.9623 June 2006
    Highest ever = 2.1954 @ august 2002

    Current price: 1.411

    Prices in Euro
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBeL View Post
    Juventus 104.8 mln eur capital increase runs May 28 - June 15


    The recapitalisation, aimed at relaunching the club and cutting its debt, is guaranteed by HVB Group AG, Banca IMI SpA, and Banca del Piemonte SpA.

    IFIL SpA, which has a 60 pct stake, and Libyan Arab Investments Company SA, which has 7.5 pct, will subscribe pro rata to the recapitalisation.

    The company will be offering two new shares for every three held, priced at 1.30 eur each. Shares in Juventus were traded today at around 1.84 eur.

    Juventus Football Club SpA said that its 104.8 mln eur capital hike will run from May 28 to June 15, while rights to subscribe to the capital increase will be traded between May 28 and June 8.

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    So, did this go as planned??

    Did they gather what they wanted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReBeL View Post
    So, did this go as planned??

    Did they gather what they wanted?
    The official site has just answered my questions

    96,37% of the amount equalling around 101 million euros was gathered by the subscription of the increase of capital. The rest is hoped to be gathered until 28th of June.

    http://www.juventus.com/it/news/deta...03000&ID=11522

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    In the meantime, Juventus have today received a £72m cash boost via an increase in capital which had been voted for in April.

    “We are pleased with this fact,” noted the President. “It is vital for us because it allows us to make important plans for our transfer campaign.”
    source: http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...ia/jun19m.html


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    newspapers headlines say we have 60M available for transfers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rscafan View Post
    newspapers headlines say we have 60M available for transfers.
    expected expenses:
    Iaquinta + Almiron =15m
    Milito =20m
    Tiago/Van Der Vaart =16m
    Huntelaar =16m

    Total=67m



    expected revenues:
    Camoranesi =8m
    Boumsong =3m
    Zalayeta =5m
    Total=16m
    ------------------------------------
    if most of the above cases come true, we can still afford to pay
    Forza Juventus !

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    I have found in www.forbes.com some interesting news for the economical views of football teams. I will post some interesting stuff about Juve.


    The Most Valuable Soccer Teams





    Manchester United is the most valuable soccer team despite $64 million less in revenue than Real Madrid due to superior growth prospects for Premiership teams-witness the hefty multiples paid for the Premiership's Aston Villa and Liverpool during the past year. Top value gainer Olympique Lyonnais went public in February.

    1. Manchester United :1 $1,453 mil
    2. Real Madrid :1 $1,036 mil
    3. Arsenal :1 $915 mil
    4. Bayern Munich :1 $838 mil
    5. AC Milan :1 $824 mil
    6. Juventus :1 $567 mil
    7. Internazionale Milan :1 $555 mil
    8. Chelsea :1 $537 mil
    9. Barcelona :1 $535 mil
    10. Shalke 04 :1 $471 mil
    11. Liverpooll :1 $454 mil
    12. Olympique Lyonnais :1 $343 mil
    13. Newcastle United :1 $260 mil
    14. Tottenham Hotspur :1 $243 mil
    15. AS Roma :1 $224 mil
    16. Hamburg SV :1 $221 mil
    17. Manchester City :1 $208 mil
    18. Borussia Dortmund :1 $199 mil
    19. Ajax Amsterdam :1 $196 mil
    20. Celtic :1 $185 mil

    1 Forbes estimates based on past transactions, enterprise values (market value plus debt) of publicly traded teams and current stadium deal (unless a new stadium is pending).
    Sources: Deloitte & Touche; Company Documents; Forbes;
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    League: Serie B, Italy
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    Founded by Turin high school students, Juventus was turned into the most successful team in Italy by the Agnelli family fortune. In one 15 year spell (1972 to 1986), Juventus won all of the most important international competitions, a feat matched only by Ajax. Juve and Internazionale were the only clubs never to have been relegated from Serie A since the league's formation in 1930 — until this season when Juve was demoted to Serie B in punishment for match fixing. Listed on the Milan bourse in 2001, Juventus is developing itself as a media and leisure business.

    Team Value 1 $567 mil (€443 mil / £306 mil)
    (2006: #6)

    Owner/Major Shareholder:
    Agnelli family

    Chief Executive:
    Jean-Claude Blanc

    Head Coach:
    Didier Deschamps

    Club President:
    Giovanni Coboli Gigli (Chairman)

    European Trophies:
    2 European Champions Cups: 1984-85; 1995-96; 3 UEFA Cups: 1976-77; 1989-90; 1992-93; 1 Cup Winners Cup: 1983-84; 2 Intercontinental Cups: 1985; 1996

    Domestic Championships:
    27: 1905; 1925-26 [33]; 1930-31; 1931-32; 1932-33; 1933-34; 1934-35; 1949-50; 1951-52; 1957-58; 1959-60; 1960-61; 1966-67; 1971-72; 1972-73; 1974-75; 1976-77; 1977-78; 1980-81; 1981-82; 1983-84; 1985-86; 1994-95; 1996-97; 1997-98; 2001-02; 2002-03

    Domestic Cups:
    9 Italian Cups: 1937-38; 1941-42; 1958-59; 1959-60; 1964-65; 1978-79; 1982-83; 1989-90; 1994-95; 4 Italian Super Cups: 1995; 1997; 2002; 2003


    Iconic Star:
    Gianluigi Buffon

    Legend of the Past:
    Michel Platini, rated as the best footballer France has produced, scored 68 goals in 147 games for Juventus from midfield and won the European Footballer of the Year award in 1983, 1984 and 1985.

    Main Sponsor/Uniform Sponsor:
    Tamoil/Nike

    Founded 1897
    1-Yr Value Chg. -18%
    Debt/Value 2 17%

    Revenue $321 mil (€251 mil / £174 mil)

    Income 3 $45 mil (€35 mil / £24 mil)

    Home Uniform
    Black and white striped shirts, white shorts

    G14 Member 4 Yes
    Stadium

    Stadio Delle Alpi
    Capacity: 71,000








    Revenues and operating income are for the 2005-2006 season and converted into U.S. dollars based on June 30, 2006 exchange rates.
    1 Forbes estimates based on past transactions, enterprise values (market value plus debt) of publicly traded teams and current stadium deal (unless a new stadium is pending).
    2Includes stadium debt.
    3Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
    4G14 is a business association to advance the interests of 18 leading European football clubs.
    NA: Not available.
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    Who's Hot And Who's Not



    #1) Alessandro Del Piero – Hot



    Earnings: $13.2 million, £7.2 million, €10.5 million
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    The 32-year-old Juventus captain has gained hero status in Turin by returning for his 14th season with the Old Lady, even though the club was demoted to Serie B of Italy’s league at the beginning of this season following a match-fixing scandal that triggered an exodus of big names. Del Piero has played with youthful exuberance, leading his club into position for promotion back to Serie A next season. He also happens to have published an autobiography telling his story through a series of Top 10 lists, helping him to No. 1 on our list.
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