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Monday July 16 2018
Ronaldo: ‘Struck by Juventus applause’

Cristiano Ronaldo admits the “unique moment” where Juventus fans applauded his goal for Real Madrid played a part in his decision to move to Turin.

The forward scored a stunning overhead kick against the Bianconeri in the Champions League last season, drawing applause from the stands.

Today he was officially presented as a Juve player, and confirmed that moment played a part in his decision.

“It was a special moment,” Ronaldo told Sky.

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Monday July 16 2018
Ronaldo: ‘Aiming for Champions League’

Cristiano Ronaldo confirms the Champions League is “an objective” for Juventus, pointing out “I’m not here on holiday”.

The Bianconeri have been to the final twice in the past four seasons, but were beaten first by Barcelona and then by CR7’s Real Madrid.

The Portuguese has lifted the trophy five times, and his arrival in Turin is being seen by many as a sign the Old Lady is going all out for the Champions League.

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Monday July 16 2018
Ronaldo: ‘I’m not like the others’

New Juventus signing Cristiano Ronaldo insists “I'm different from all the other players who think their career is over at my age”.

The 33-year-old has joined the Bianconeri in a €100m move from Real Madrid, but he isn’t just in Turin to see out his career.

“In my opinion Juventus is one of the best clubs in the world,” Ronaldo said at his presentation Press conference.

“It was a well thought through decision, and my friends and teammates told me for a long time this was a club that would suit me.

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Monday July 16 2018
Perisic: Inter need more

Ivan Perisic is feeling confident about the new season with Inter but admits the club ‘need more’ to compete in the Champions League.

Perisic helped Inter end a seven-year absence from the Champions League last term, and the Croatia winger will return to San Siro as a World Cup runner-up.

“I’ve only thought about Croatia until now,” he said after Sunday’s Final, which France won 4-2.

“Now I’ll go on holiday and then my season will start. I hope to do good things.

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Saturday July 14 2018
Sean Cox regains consciousness

Liverpool supporter Sean Cox, who was attacked by Roma ultras outside Anfield, has regained consciousness after three months in a coma.

The 53-year-old Irish fan was struck on the head, seemingly by a belt buckle swung by one of two ultras, ahead of the Champions League semi-final on April 24.

Filippo Lombardi and Daniele Sciusco were arrested and charged with violent disorder and grievous bodily harm.

Roma and Liverpool fans worked together after the shocking incident to raise funds for Cox and his family.

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Friday July 13 2018
Serie A is stepping up

With a list of proven winners, emerging talent and four teams back in the Champions League, Serie A is making a huge step up, writes Vilizar Yakimov.

It’s been a while since there has been so much excitement before the start of a Serie A campaign. It’s only the middle of July, but there are plenty of reasons for optimism for Calcio fans, as putting Milan aside, all of the Serie A big guns have made a significant leap in quality compared to last year.

Carlo Ancelotti’s appointment at Napoli is expected to insert a much-needed winning mentality into the Partenopei’s game and is likely to tempt more top players at the club.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Cancelo: ‘Ronaldo the best in the world’

New Juventus signing Joao Cancelo calls Cristiano Ronaldo “the best in the world”, and thanks Inter after his loan spell last season.

The right-back has joined the Bianconeri in a €40m deal from Valencia, and his Portuguese compatriot CR7 has also signed for next season.

“It’s a pleasure for me and everyone to play with someone like Ronaldo, the best in the world,” Cancelo said at his presentation Press conference.

“He’ll definitely raise the quality of the team and I hope we can keep winning together.

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Thursday July 12 2018
Serie A gets Ronaldomania

Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival is not just a game-changer for Juventus, but for all of Serie A, off the field as much as on it, argues Emmet Gates.

Juventus fans were outraged. The club had again increased the prices of season tickets. This time however, there was a serious hike, with tickets rising by as much as €300. To sit in the Curva, generally amongst the cheapest seats in any stadium in Italy, was now costing in excess of €600, by far and away the highest in Serie A.

Fans protested, and many argued that for the hike in prices they wanted to see a Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi playing in black and white. Fast forward two weeks later and Juve, incredibly, delivered.

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Wednesday July 11 2018
Condescending Cristiano

Cristiano Ronaldo is undoubtedly a huge boost for Juventus and Serie A, but Susy Campanale doesn’t see this as a compliment.

The arrival of a reigning Ballon d’Or and contender for the title of G.O.A.T. has been called the biggest signing since Diego Maradona to Napoli or the original Ronaldo to Inter. Cristiano Ronaldo brings attention, respect and prestige to Juventus and consequently all of Serie A.

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Wednesday July 11 2018
Buffon cannot rue PSG move

The 2006 World Cup winner surprised many with his Paris Saint-Germain move, but Nick Valerio believes it was the best decision for goalkeeper and Juventus.

It is ironic that in the same week Gianluigi Buffon signed for Paris Saint-Germain to continue his Champions League dream, Juventus should bring in Cristiano Ronaldo, the man who has made European glory seem de rigeur.

After 17 trophy-laden years with the Italian giants, legendary shot-stopper Buffon called time on not only his illustrious Bianconeri career, but his time in Italy at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.

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