Well, the first part of the season is over, and now it’s time for the club’s fans to wait impatiently for a restart that won’t come for 50 days.
This is certainly a depressing thought, especially when you’re an Italy fan, but clubs will still find a way to stay relatively active.
After winning six straight Serie A games, Juventus go into the break at a time when they were enjoying their best form since Max Allegri’s return to the club, or perhaps well beyond.
So what will the remaining Bianconeri stars do when their teammates take part in the 2022 World Cup?
According to Corriere dello Sport via JuventusNews24, Allegri’s men will continue training at Continassa until November 18.
The players will then enjoy a holiday, before resuming training on December 6. During his term, the club will participate in friendly tests, but the identity of the opponents has not yet been revealed.
Juventus could avoid Turin’s frigid December by staging a training camp in a warmer region.
By December 23, the team will once again disband for the holidays, before welcoming players back from Qatar after Christmas.
The Bianconeri will restart their campaign with a trip to Cremona on January 4.