2014 was another magical year for Juventus and their fans. Not only did they win another Scudetto in May and are on course to repeat the feat, but they broke both European and Italian records. Their win against Cagliari at the end of December ensured they had collected 95 points in one calendar year -- a record, while the 102 points they managed to collect last season under Antonio Conte, broke European records.
A prestigious club with a glorious history, neutrals hoped the change in coaches would increase competition in Serie A, lessening the gap between the Old Lady and her challengers and result in a new league champion. Yet Massimiliano Allegri, in certain aspects, has only enhanced Juve, evolving the side into one that is reliant on technique rather than hard-charging intensity.