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Tuesday October 3 2017
Cambiassio reveals coaching plans

Inter legend Esteban Cambiasso has revealed he wants to go into coaching following his recent retirement from playing.

The 37-year-old opted to end his playing career in early September after his most recent club, Greek champions Olympiacos, did not renew his contract.

And speaking to Il Nuovo Calcio, the ex-Argentina midfielder said he views his transition from player to Coach as ‘natural.’

“I have always thought with the brain of a Coach, even when I was playing,” Cambiasso began.

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Thursday September 28 2017
Pjanic: 'Higuain shook off frustration'

Miralem Pjanic discussed his thigh injury, the Juventus win over Olympiakos and how Gonzalo Higuain “shook off his frustration.”

The midfielder pulled out during the warm-up of last night’s 2-0 Champions League victory over Olympiakos and has been diagnosed with a Grade I-II strain, which will likely mean 10-15 days out of action.

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Thursday September 28 2017
It had to be Higuain

Despite Gonzalo Higuain breaking his drought, Juventus remain in first gear in the Champions League with their win against Olympiakos, says George Rinaldi.

Of course, it had to be Gonzalo Higuain. Regardless of whether or not Max Allegri is simply benching an underperforming player or was resting one of his star men, it would have to be Higuain who came off the bench and gave the Bianconeri a vital win in a less than convincing performance at the Allianz Stadium.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Chiellini has eight stitches

Giorgio Chiellini needed eight stitches for a cut to his head after a nasty clash of heads in Juventus 2-0 Olympiakos.

In the final minute of the Champions League game in Turin, Chiellini knocked heads with Bjorn Engels.

Both were left bleeding, but able to continue playing to the final whistle.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Higuain: 'Among best career moments'

Gonzalo Higuain “not disturbed by criticism or insults” and the Juventus hug was “one of the most wonderful moments of my career.”

Pipita had been benched for two consecutive matches, but came on as a substitute to score the opener and help set up the second for Mario Mandzukic in the 2-0 victory over Olympiakos.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Lemonis: 'Olympiakos troubled Juve'

Olympiakos Coach Takis Lemonis explained their game plan against Juventus and was pleased to “cause Juve problems.”

The tactician, in his fourth stint at the club, only took over on Monday evening after Besnik Hasi was sacked.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Barzagli: 'Never worried about Higuain'

Andrea Barzagli insists Juventus “were not remotely worried” that Gonzalo Higuain would break his drought after a 2-0 win over Olympiakos.

“It was very difficult. Olympiakos are a very physical side, they defended well and we had decent possession in the first half, but not quick enough, so we struggled to find the right gap,” the defender told Mediaset Premium.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Allegri: 'I made Higuain decision'

Max Allegri explained his decision to drop Gonzalo Higuain against Olympiakos and why Stefano Sturaro can become a fine right-back.

Surprisingly, Higuain was on the bench for the second consecutive match, but came on as a substitute to score a goal and help create another in the 2-0 Champions League victory.

“I made a choice. Higuain was in less good shape compared to the others, but already tonight he was moving his legs quicker and had the right determination.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Buffon: 'Higuain deserves credit'

Gigi Buffon said Gonzalo Higuain “deserves credit, as only he could give a response on the field” after Juventus beat Olympiakos 2-0.

Pipita was on the bench for the second game running, but came on as substitute to score the opener and help set up the second for Mario Mandzukic.

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Wednesday September 27 2017
Liveblog: Qarabag-Roma, Juve-Olympiakos

Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Champions League games, as Roma visit Qarabag and Juventus host Olympiakos.

If you are on a mobile device or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

The action begins in Azerbaijan at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT) with Roma seeking their first Euro victory of the season.

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