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Bonucci: «Maintaining concentration»

October 31, 2010

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The day after the victory against Milan at the San Siro, Leonardo Bonucci is already back to work with his team mates in Vinovo. There is not time for rest in fact. Next week two important home matches await the team. The mid-week one against Salzburg (on Thursday at 19:00hrs) and the one on Sunday […]

Felipe Melo: «Del Neri’s Juventus is like a family»

October 31, 2010

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The day after the victory over  Milan, Felipe Melo speaks exclusively for Sky, telling how the team lived this success: «We are all very happy for this victory that worth more than the gained three points. Beating Milan in front of more than 80.000 supporters, leaves you so charged for the future». He’s asked how […]

Fractures for De Ceglie and Martinez

October 31, 2010

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Paolo De Ceglie and Jorge Martinez sustained fractures during Juventus’ win at Milan and will be out for several months. Both players limped off in agony last night in the 2-1 victory at San Siro and this morning’s tests confirmed the worst expectations. De Ceglie clashed knees with Milan’s Daniele Bonera and tried to carry […]

Back the Bianconeri

October 31, 2010

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Serie A needs a strong Juventus to help the league as a whole and Dave Taylor feels everyone should hope they can maintain their recent upswing Except for the blips against Salzburg and Bologna, the Old Lady showed her rivals that she is definitely back at the ball by beating Milan at San Siro. Of course there […]

Felipe Melo praises Juve ‘lions’

October 31, 2010

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Felipe Melo believes that Juventus earned their victory in Milan “with more than 11 lions on the field. Nobody believed in us.” The Brazilian was one of the top performers in the 2-1 win at San Siro last night and performed a crucial goalline clearance. “Every time the fans ask us to be 11 lions […]

Del Piero: ‘My last San Siro game?’

October 31, 2010

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Alessandro Del Piero is now the all-time top Juventus scorer in Serie A, but admits “this could be my last game at San Siro.” The captain bagged the winner last night against Milan with his 179th top flight goal, a new record to overtake Giampiero Boniperti’s 178. “Anything can happen in these games, they have […]

(Pictures) Milan 1-2 Juventus [Serie A] 30/10/10

October 30, 2010

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