Saturday, August 11, 2012

2011-2012 Italian Serie A Season Review

There was some irony with Juventus winning the scudetto in 2011-2012, thier first since being relegated to Serie B in 2006 over the Calciopoli scandel, as current Manager Antonio Conte might be suspended over a current match-fixing scandal well he was Manager at Siena. Despite the these troubles Juventus played exceptional on the pitch going undefeated, the first time for a Serie A club since AC Milan did it in 1991-1992. SSC Napoli looks to be the team to challange Juventus despite selling Ezequiel Lavezzi they are still led by Edinson Cavani and Marek Hamsik well the Milan clubs both traditional title contenders struggled in 2011-2012 and may continue as AC Milan have sold their top players in Silva and leading goal scorer Ibrahimoivc, well Inter are still in a transition period.

Final Standings

Top Individual Player's Statistics for League based on Minutes Played

Other Statistical Leaders
Goals: Ibrahimovic (Mil) 28, Milito (Int) 24, Di Natale (Udi) 23, Cavani (Nap) 23.
Headed Goals: Budan (Pal) 5, 5 players with 4.
Free Kick Goals: 7 players with 2.
Goals Outside Box: Diamanti (Bol) 5, 4 players with 4.
Assists: Pirlo (Juv) 12, Miccoli (Pal) 12, Giovinco (Par) 11, 2 players with 9.
Shots on Target: Di Natale (Udi) 73, Ibrahimovic (Mil) 67, Cavani (Nap) 54, Jovetic (Fio) 51.
Game Winners: Ibrahimovic (Mil) 10, Di Natale (Udi) 10, Milito (Int) 7, 4 players with 6.
Fouls Committed: Mudingayi (Bol) 91, Destro (Sie) 90, Porcari 82, Nianggolan (Cag) 78.
Yellow Cards: Perez (Bol) 14, 5 players with 12.
Red Cards: 12 players with 2.

2011-2012 Top 10 Players based on Statistical Output & Long Term Player Value
 1. Edinson Cavani -
 2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic -
 3. Stevan Jovetic -
 4. Sebastian Giovinco -
 5. Marek Hamsik -
 6. Erik Lamela -
 7. Arturo Vidal -
 8. Mattia Destro -
 9. Gaston Ramirez -
10. Luis Muriel -

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