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Wednesday December 2 2015
Hysaj: ‘No easy opponents’

Napoli full-back Elseid Hysaj discusses the win over Inter, and says Juventus are still in the Scudetto race.

The Partenopei defeat Roberto Mancini’s side 2-1 at San Paolo on Monday night, but the 10-man Nerazzurri came very close to equalising.

“I feel really good,” Hysaj told Panorama Sport.

“We’re ready to face the next games, but I must admit it wasn’t easy against the Nerazzurri. We knew it wouldn’t be though, so I’m not surprised.

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Wednesday October 7 2015
Elkann: 'Juve don't miss anyone'

Lapo Elkann assures Juventus “do not miss” Arturo Vidal, Andrea Pirlo or Carlos Tevez and can still win the Scudetto.

One of the heirs to the Agnelli fortune celebrated his 38th birthday and spoke to Sport Mediaset about his beloved Juve.

“Do I still believe in the Scudetto? It’s a long battle and you only win it at the end. We have a strong squad, so we can face and win this battle.

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Wednesday October 7 2015
Tevez linked with Juventus return

Reports in Italy link Carlos Tevez with a possible shock return to Juventus, as he hasn’t been paid by Boca Juniors.

The forward left the Turin giants this summer to realise the dream of playing for his boyhood team again, but the move has turned sour, with reports he has not been paid in three months.

La Repubblica, SportMediaset, ItaSportPress and others speculate that this could open the door to a shock Bianconeri return, though there would be a number of obstacles.

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Monday September 28 2015
Tevez ‘dreamed about Bombonera’

Carlos Tevez says he ‘dreamed about returning to Boca’ but that he is ‘suffering to see Juventus like this.’

The Argentina international left the Old Lady in the summer to re-join his boyhood club, but since his departure the champions have struggled for form.

“I love Boca, I saw that they were going through a difficult phase and then chose to come back and give them a hand,” he told La Cornisa TV.

“Being the most loved player helps you, but if you mess up you get fiercely criticised.

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Monday September 21 2015
Pogba: ‘Juve play as a team now’

Paul Pogba says the departures of Carlos Tevez, Andrea Pirlo and Arturo Vidal have made Juventus ‘play as a team.’

The influential trio left Turin in the summer and the Bianconeri have got off to a slow start in the league without them, but the France international believes it has made the team more united.

"With Tevez, Vidal and Pirlo we were all more individualistic,” Pogba told Tuttosport.

“Thanks to their quality we could decide a game at any moment, but now we have to play more as a team.

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Monday September 14 2015
Allegri: ‘It was time for change’

Massimiliano Allegri says ‘it was time for change’ over the summer and discusses Juventus’ new-look attack.

The Bianconeri lost influential trio Carlos Tevez, Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo in the off-season and have started the new campaign slowly, picking up one point from three Serie A matches.

They begin their Champions League campaign away to Manchester City on Tuesday evening, with kick off at 19:45 UK time.

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Monday September 7 2015
Angelici: ‘Juventus, thank you’

Boca Juniors President Daniel Angelici has thanked Juventus for allowing them to ‘bring Carlos Tevez back home’.

Angelici was speaking ahead of a Unesco Cup match tomorrow between the two sides’ ‘legends’ teams at the Juventus Stadium.

The President was grateful to the Old Lady, particularly President Andrea Agnelli and director general Beppe Marotta, and underlined the potential of new Bianconeri arrival Guido Vadala.

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Monday September 7 2015
Camoranesi: ‘Juventus can win again’

Former Juventus winger Mauro Camoranesi insists they have ‘the potential to win again’ this season.

The Bianconeri have suffered two defeats in their opening two games for the first time in Serie A, but the 2006 World Cup-winner is not overly concerned.

“I really like the project,” Camoranesi explained in an interview with Tuttosport.

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Sunday September 6 2015
Tacchinardi: 'Pogba not a leader'

Alessio Tacchinardi believes Paul Pogba “is not a leader and Juventus must reconstruct without Carlos Tevez.”

Pogba has been given Tevez’s Number 10 jersey, but former Bianconeri star Tacchinardi is unimpressed.

“Pogba is not a leader, both for his age and the position he holds on the field. At 22 we cannot expect him to carry the team on his shoulders,” Tacchinardi told the Corriere dello Sport.

“Last season Tevez did exactly that, turning many games and keeping the ball even when it was under pressure.

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Sunday September 6 2015
Marotta: Cuadrado 'like Tevez'

Beppe Marotta sees “analogies” between Carlos Tevez and Juan Cuadrado, then explained Juventus’ Hernanes swoop.

The general manager spoke to the Corriere dello Sport newspaper about the many changes in Turin over the summer.

“I do see analogies between the arrival of Cuadrado and those of Tevez and Andrea Pirlo, as they too were signed amid scepticism and did great things,” said Marotta.

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