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Friday March 23 2018
Milan-Tottenham in Minnesota

Milan are due to play Tottenham Hotspur in Minnesota as part of the International Champions Cup this summer, it’s reported.

The U.S. Bank Stadium has been chosen to host the match, a source told the Pioneer Press today.

A date has not yet been confirmed, but Minnesota has already hosted two International Champions Cup matches in the past.

Manchester City drew 2-2 with Olympiacos in August 2015 and Milan were again involved, losing here 3-1 to Chelsea in August 2016.

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Wednesday August 2 2017
Ancelotti: 'Impressed by Italian sides'

Carlo Ancelotti was “impressed” by Napoli, Milan and Inter this summer, but assures Bayern Munich will pick up in the ‘real’ games.

It has been a disastrous pre-season for Bayern, who lost heavily to Milan, Inter, Liverpool and Napoli, suffering two defeats on home turf in the Audi Cup without scoring a single goal.

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Monday July 31 2017
Roma-Juventus: What we learned

Last night saw Juventus defeat Roma on penalties in the latest match at the International Champions Cup.

Edin Dzeko cancelled out a Mario Mandzukic opener and Federico Bernardeschi made his Juventus debut, but Douglas Costa defeated Roma in a penalty shoot-out.

As the Serie A season draws ever closer, what did we learn from the game, and where do both sides need to improve?

Words: Elio Salerno

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Monday July 31 2017
EDF: Roma glass half full, but...

Eusebio Di Francesco claims Roma’s glass is “half full” after their defeat to Juventus as “I still expect a lot more from this team.”

Roma lost to Juve on penalties in their final International Champions Cup game but leave the US without any defeats in normal time, having endured the same outcome against Paris Saint-Germain and beaten Tottenham Hotspur.

“We started very well and created a couple of important chances, knowing that Juve were very dangerous,” the Coach said after the game.

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Monday July 31 2017
Allegri: Like this new Juve

Max Allegri “likes this new Juventus” after their penalties win against Roma and believes the side “still have room for a lot of improvement”.

Juve prevailed 6-5 on penalties against Roma after a 1-1 draw in the final game of their International Champions Cup clash on Sunday, and Allegri singled out the likes of Douglas Costa and Federico Bernardeschi for praise.

“It was a good first half. We’re now preparing for the Supercoppa,” the Coach said after the game.

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Sunday July 30 2017
Buffon: 'Tougher for Juventus'

Gianluigi Buffon warned “it’ll be very difficult for Juventus this year, because Roma, Inter and Milan have strengthened.”

The goalkeeper spoke to Mediaset Premium after a 1-1 draw with Roma, with the penalty shoot-out going to the Bianconeri, in Foxborough.

“It was a good tour of the US and important for us to find our form towards the start of the season,” said Buffon.

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Sunday July 30 2017
ICC: Juve beat Roma on penalties

Edin Dzeko cancelled out a Mario Mandzukic opener and Federico Bernardeschi made his Juventus debut, but Douglas Costa defeated Roma in a penalty shoot-out.

This pre-season friendly took place in Foxborough, near Boston, the usual stadium that hosts the New England Patriots. Juve started Mattia De Sciglio, but Douglas Costa and Federico Bernardeschi were on the bench. As for Eusebio Di Francesco, he picked Gregoire Defrel and Aleksandar Kolarov in this International Champions Cup fixture, but Kostas Manolas, Emerson Palmieri and Alessadro Florenzi were injured.

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Sunday July 30 2017
Line-ups: Roma-Juventus

Roma and Juventus meet in Foxborough in a pre-Serie A showdown with Juan Cuadrado and Mattia De Sciglio starting against Aleksandar Kolarov and Gregoire Defrel.

The International Champions Cup tie kicks off in Massachusetts at 21.05 UK time (20.05 GMT).

Serie A begins on the weekend of August 20 and these teams finished in the top two last term.

Douglas Costa was the biggest summer signing for Juve and had been expected to receive his first start, but instead Cuadrado gets the nod, partnering Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic behind Gonzalo Higuain.

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Sunday July 30 2017
Fazio: 'Roma training well'

Roma defender Federico Fazio is looking forward to tonight’s International Champions Cup match with Juventus. “We’re training well.”

It kicks off in Foxborough, near Boston, at 21.05 UK time (20.05 GMT).

“Juventus work differently to Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham. These are important games for us and these pre-season friendlies are important for testing out what the new Coach is teaching us in training. It doesn’t matter who we are up against,” the defender told Roma TV.

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Sunday July 30 2017
Antonello: 'Inter reassured'

New Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello said the club has been “reassured” there will be no block on finances coming from China.

The Nerazzurri flew back this morning from the tour of Singapore, where they beat Lyon, Bayern Munich and Chelsea in the International Champions Cup.

“We met with the Chairman, this was a good start and prelude to the campaign,” Antonello told reporters at Malpensa airport.

“There is a lot of work still to be done on the market and I’d let the Coach make his evaluations.”

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