Friday May 15 2020
Football Italia calcio quiz - Serie A 2005-06

Think you know your Capocannoniere from your catenaccio? Test your Serie A knowledge with Football Italia’s calcio quiz, 2005-06 edition!

The 2005-06 Serie A season will ultimately be remembered for one thing: Calciopoli. The investigation exposed a web of contacts and undue influence, with Juventus general manager Luciano Moggi sitting at the centre of it.

Calciopoli only came to light in May 2006, at a time when Juve should have been celebrating the Scudetto. Instead they were relegated to Serie B and had two titles stripped from their record, with the fallout from that decision still causing controversy today.

Milan, Lazio, Fiorentina and Reggina were all implicated as well, and had to contend with points deductions and European bans in the following season. A number of administrators and referees were banned from football too, some for life.

On the pitch, though, it was a fascinating season. Luca Toni hit a landmark number of goals, Livorno threatened to break into Serie A’s upper echelons and Luis Figo, one of the greatest players of his generation, came to the peninsula. Meanwhile, Italy stood on the brink of World Cup glory.

So how much do you remember about the 2005-06 season? Click the quiz to get started, post your score in the comments below – and buona fortuna!

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Have your say...
16/20 sounds respectable but in truth I guessed most of the answers...what a fluke!
on the 17th May, 2020 at 10:43pm
Agggh yes 2005/06 I remember it well Totti broke his ankle 19 February 2006 and after one goal and four assists in the world cup he was a world champion in July...true story.
on the 17th May, 2020 at 11:30am
Milan won the CL league in 2007 and Inter in 2010 - Twice Italian clubs in the last 16 years. That is all. All because Juventus weakened the league with their cheating and the criminal Platini kept it week with his stupid rules. I guess Italian's love of corruption is only matched by their yellow streak
on the 16th May, 2020 at 8:45am
@ Anon. I understand that people like you are being neglected because of the crisis, but if you have run out of the green tablets, start taking the red ones.
on the 16th May, 2020 at 8:37am
20/20 (only guessed the who broke 30 goals record question)

05/06 was my favorite season of all times, it just missed some great teams like Napoli, Genoa, Bologna and Torino

Also it was a strange season for me for not featuring Brescia
on the 15th May, 2020 at 9:52pm
Moggi , I don’t think it has a way for you to ever redeem yourself. Just stop, ok, just stop . It’s ok it’s ok, there there now it’s ok. The world is not going to end just because you made some stupid comments and now you feel bad and just don’t know what to say. You have already been screen shotted and are now bringing many smiles to peoples faces all over the world. Thank you again. You are all the proof i will ever need lolol. Reply again pls
on the 15th May, 2020 at 9:11pm
15 out of 20 not too shabby
on the 15th May, 2020 at 8:07pm
wow !... i started off with 7 correct in a row...then got next 8 straight wrong. which 3 of them i had right but went against first instinct and chose wrong.

finished 10/20

forza Serie A
on the 15th May, 2020 at 7:21pm
I was then and still am against Inter accepting the 2006 championship for the simple reason I believe championships should be won on the park, without referees help, without rules made by corrupt official, to hamstring other clubs. This is why success in European competition is so important, it sorts the men from the boys.
on the 15th May, 2020 at 6:32pm
11/20. My best result but I will be better from season 2006/2007 if you make quiz for upcoming seasons. :)
on the 15th May, 2020 at 5:24pm
Also, how did you overcome juventini At 3rd place on the table after just being schooled by them, out of the CL and out of Coppa. You see people, this is what we have to deal with lol. I know covid has people indoors and bored but come on lol!! You are not serious? The sad thing is you can’t even use that as an excuse for your senseless hate. Keep it up haters as, II have said before. You make us Juventus fans feel so special. U have shocked me with your stupidity today.
on the 15th May, 2020 at 5:23pm
I went to a grocery store and Stole some candy. I got away with it. Another customer steals the same candy but gets caught. So by your logic Moggi? One thief is right for their actions and the other isn’t ? Well thank you very much for Making me laugh today. This has the be the best comment I have ever seen on this blog. I need to screen shot this level of idiocy lol
on the 15th May, 2020 at 5:14pm
I remember inter not getting relegated in the 60s or because of SOL. Anyone knows why? Oh wait. All in the past lol best to move along jealous and hateful for no reason ones.
on the 15th May, 2020 at 5:01pm
@ Mattin Leech - That is right Martin trying to implicate others in your guilt makes you innocent, it worked for soooooo many others. Inter may have called but the referees were only listening to Rubentus as always. Inter have now overcome corrupt Rubenti, Platini's Farcil Fair Play, what will Rubentus try next?
on the 15th May, 2020 at 2:20pm
No mention of Inter Milan being caught for Article 1 Sporting Fraud in 2006 yet saved by the bell of the Statute of Limitations because the evidence was hidden? Interesting...
on the 15th May, 2020 at 1:37pm
I rememeber Juventus not being relegated to Serie C. Anyone knows why? Oh, wait..
on the 15th May, 2020 at 11:56am

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