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Saturday September 22 2018
Perotti: 'Easy to blame EDF'

Diego Perotti hit back at criticism of Roma and Coach Eusebio Di Francesco. “We must find ourselves again” after poor results.

The Giallorossi visit Bologna on Sunday at 14.00 UK time (13.00 GMT), click here for a match preview.

“I won’t lie, we did expect to have more points in the table at this stage and to be playing better football,” confessed Perotti to Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday September 22 2018
Marotta up for award

Juventus chief Beppe Marotta is battling his Real Madrid and Manchester City counterparts in the World Football Summit Industry Awards.

The trophy for Best Executive will be handed out in a ceremony in Madrid on Monday.

It goes to “the executive who has made a change for the benefit of the institution, has made the most efficient use of its resources and has achieved greater impact according to their capabilities.”

The candidates have been whittled down to just three and one of them is Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta.

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Saturday September 22 2018
No release clause for Milinkovic

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is set to sign a new contract with Lazio, earning a reported €3m per year, but with no release clause.

The Serbia international has been heavily linked with clubs including Manchester United, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Juventus and Inter.

However, the Aquile rejected offers believed to be in the region of €90m.

Director of sport Igli Tare confirmed on Thursday that a new contract with Milinkovic-Savic and striker Ciro Immobile had been agreed and was only days away from an announcement.

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Saturday September 22 2018
Balague: 'Ronaldo desperate for affection'

Cristiano Ronaldo’s biographer Guillem Balague believes the star will find the “unconditional and unanimous affection” he craves at Juventus.

The Ballon d’Or winner was distraught after the harsh red card in his Champions League opener against Valencia, bursting into tears.

However, the reaction from teammates, Coach, the fans and even President Andrea Agnelli – who tweeted an image of the others lifting a weeping Ronaldo off the ground with the caption: ‘One for all and all for one’ – seemingly surprised him.

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Friday September 21 2018
Perez: ‘Ronaldo wanted to leave’

Real Madrid President Florentino Perez says Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo “wanted to leave for personal reasons” but “this will always be his home”.

The Ballon d’Or left Los Merengues this summer in a €100m deal, ending his time in Spain as the club’s top goalscorer with 450 goals in just 438 games.

“The release clauses that Real Madrid set for our players are to be dissuading,” Perez told club delegates, as reported by OK Diario.

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Friday September 21 2018
Lopetegui: No Ronaldo red with VAR

Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui believes Cristiano Ronaldo would not have seen red against Valencia with VAR.

Juventus’ 2-0 win at Valencia in the Champions League was marred by Ronaldo’s controversial dismissal for pulling Jeison Murillo’s hair, and Lopetegui – who would have coached the No 7 had he not left Madrid over the summer – joined in on the criticism.

“I didn’t see it very well, but everyone’s told me it wasn’t one,” he said at a Press conference.

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Thursday September 20 2018
Monchi: ‘Glass half full’

Roma sporting director Monchi isn’t interested in criticism of the squad or Coach Eusebio Di Francesco - “I think it’s better to see the glass as half full”.

The Giallorossi have had a poor start to the season, and were easily beaten by Real Madrid last night, having reached the Champions League semi-finals last year.

“We’re professionals and we have to work,” Monchi told reporters in the mixed zone after the match.

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Wednesday September 19 2018
Ref didn't see Ronaldo incident

Cristiano Ronaldo was controversially sent off in the Champions League, but it remains to be seen how long the Juventus star will be banned for.

The Ballon d’Or winner was distraught at the red card just 29 minutes into tonight’s game against Valencia, which Juve eventually won 2-0.

He seemed to lightly tug or ruffle Jeison Murillo’s hair in an off the ball incident after the pair clashed.

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Wednesday September 19 2018
Juventus didn't need Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo's Champions League debut didn't go to plan, but Adam Digby notes it did remind Juventus of their pre-CR7 strengths.

Ever since he touched down in Turin at half-time of the World Cup Final, the talk about how Cristiano Ronaldo would help Juventus in the Champions League has not stopped. With CR7 in their lineup, the Bianconeri rightly looked towards this season as the one which would end their 22-year wait for European glory, the Portuguese megastar viewed as the man who could make the difference for a team who has constantly fallen short in UEFA’s elite competition.

Then he got sent off.

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Wednesday September 19 2018
Roma rout out of the way

Nobody expected Roma to get anything from the Bernabeu and evidently that included the Giallorossi players, writes Giancarlo Rinaldi.

If we thought the gap might have narrowed on the reigning champions of Europe after losing one of the world’s best players, there was no sign of it here. While Cristiano Ronaldo might have been having a tough night - at a personal level anyway - with his new club, his old employers had no such troubles. They dismissed Roma with an effortless ease that suggested any rumours of their demise may have been greatly exaggerated.

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