Mauro Camoranesi is delighted that former club Juventus are once again at the top of the Italian game.
The Argentine-born player was part of the squad who were stripped of two titles and demoted to Serie B following the 2006 Calciopoli probe.
“I’ve already congratulated Alex Del Piero for the Scudetto victory,” he noted to Sky Sport Italia. “It has been a six-year wait and I’m sure everyone is happy.
“There is little to say about their title triumph really this season seeing as they didn’t even lose one game…”
With the title now in the bag, the talk is surrounding the possible addition of a controversial third star to the club’s jersey.
“For the Bianconero people, the stars are three.”
A gold star on Italian club shirts represent 10 Scudetti. Juve still consider those two revoked titles as theirs, but the record books state that this season’s win was their 28th and not 30th triumph.
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