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In October 2010, a year after the end of his sports career, he joined the board of directors of Juventus. After a slightly better 1988-1989 season in terms of accounting for Juventus (fourth) and the player (6 goals in 26 matches), Laudrup left the Italian Serie A for La Liga and FC Barcelona. Ancelotti rectifies the position of the club which finishes in 12th place with 49 points for 2019-2020. The coach brought back renowned players like James Rodriguez and Allan Marques Loureiro for the following season and had a good 2020-2021 season with two quarter-finals in cups and a 10th place in the league, despite a total of 59 points. At first very full, it did not take off and closed at the end of March 2005. The supporters continued an encouragement strike until May 14, 2005. The signing of an agreement demanded by the supporters between them and the club and the ouster of the coach, the security manager and then the president defuse the conflict between the supporters and the club.
Four days later, August 5, 2007, he lined up for his first official competition, in the German Cup during a large victory (5-0) against Holstein Kiel. On February 12, 2011, he was suspended for three matches following an altercation and a spitting “contest” with AS Roma player Alessandro Rosi, and missed the clash against future champion AC Milan on February 28.. Due to too many foreigners in Turin (the Old Lady including Michel Platini and Zbigniew Boniek in its ranks) Laudrup was loaned to Lazio Rome, newly promoted to the Italian Football Championship. Despite these two mixed years at Lazio Rome, the departure of Zbigniew Boniek finally opened the doors to the Juventus first team, which he joined during the summer of 1985. During the 1985-1986 season, he became Champion of Italy and won the Intercontinental Cup alongside Gaetano Scirea, Aldo Serena and Michel Platini. Led by Johan Cruijff, the FC Barcelona team of the early 1990s is considered one of the finest teams in the history of the Catalan club. Transferred for $1 million, he then became the most expensive transfer in the Danish Championship.
He participated in several European Nations Championships with the Danish team, in 1984, 1988 and 1996. He did not play Euro 1992 due to a disagreement with the coach (the Danish team won the title without him). In 2016-2017, the club management entrusted control of the first team to Unai Emery. He resigned on September 27, 2011, his decision was taken following disagreements with the club's sporting director. Five days later, on September 23, 2018, he scored his first goal in Ligue 1, during an away match against Stade Rennais (1-3 victory at Roazhon Park) where he scored in the 83rd minute, on a cross from Thomas Meunier, five minutes after entering the field to replace Marco Verratti. Norberto Murara Neto, better known as Neto, is a Brazilian and Moroccan footballer born July 19, 1989 in Moulay Brahim, Morocco. In July 2014, he left for Qatar to train Lekhwiya where he won the championship title in 2015. Udinese for five years with whom he only played from July and over the matches became an indisputable starter with three goals for his team during the first part of the season.
Michael Laudrup made his debut for the Kjøbenhavns Boldklub first team during the 1980-1981 season and received his first under-19 cap in February 1981. He scored 3 goals during this first season with the pros before returning to Brøndby for the 1982-1983 season. Playing 38 matches and scoring 24 goals (including 15 goals in the Championship), he greatly contributed to the club's rise to the Danish First Division. He won the Confederations Cup in 1995 with the Danish team. During the 2007 season he reached the final of the Spanish Cup and the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup, but only ranked 14th in the league. At the age of 32, Michael Laudrup decided to leave Real Madrid to play during the 1996-1997 season for Japanese club Vissel Kobe. At the end of the 1993-1994 season, he chose to join FC Barcelona's rival and hated club, Real Madrid. Along with Bulgarian striker Hristo Stoichkov and Dutch defender Ronald Koeman, he was one of the club's three foreigners who won La Liga four times consecutively (from 1991 to 1994) and triumphed on the European stage.