Fabio Capello has reiterated his belief that Juventus' titles won during his spell were done so in a fair manner.
The England Coach was speaking to Sky Sports Italia at the Bianconeri's launch of their new stadium, which is a friendly with Notts County.
Capello took charge of Juve from 2004 to 2006 and won two Scudetti that were later revoked after the Calciopoli trial of 2006. The 65-year-old, however, remains adament that those titles were won fairly:
"We did everything we could on the field. As far as I am concerned, we won those two Scudetti on the field.
Asked of the strongest Juventus team in its history, Capello replied: "My Juve was very strong, but I think the side with Platini and Scirea, coached by Trapattoni, was really hard to beat. But then, the Zidane era saw a beautiful Juve."
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