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Saturday October 31 2015
Cuadrado: 'Fought to the end'

Juan Guillermo Cuadrado felt Juventus “deserved the victory” by fighting Torino to the final whistle.

The Colombian sealed the 2-1 victory deep into stoppages for his first goal in a Bianconeri jersey.

“The truth is that we fought hard to the end and when you work this hard, the results do come. I have to thank God, as it was so tough till the end against a great side like Toro,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Wednesday October 28 2015
Buffon: 'Juve got it so wrong'

Gigi Buffon slammed Juventus after a 1-0 defeat at Sassuolo. “We can’t get it as wrong as we did tonight.”

Giorgio Chiellini saw red early on and Nicola Sansone’s curling free kick proved enough.

“This defeat was something we really wanted to avoid, seeing as we were doing better recently,” the goalkeeper told Mediaset Premium.

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Wednesday October 21 2015
Buffon: 'Gladbach deserved point'

Gigi Buffon marked his new Juventus record, but conceded Borussia Monchengladbach “deserved the point.”

The goalkeeper has now been on the pitch for 48,885 minutes of competitive football, beating Alessandro Del Piero’s club record.

“It is satisfying, but the things that really gratify a player are the successes you can share with teammates and fans,” the captain told Mediaset Premium.

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Tuesday October 20 2015
Allegri: 'Only decisive if...'

Max Allegri said Borussia Monchengladbach “will only be decisive if Juventus win” and confirms Gigi Buffon will start.

It kicks off on Wednesday at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT) and the Bianconeri are looking for a third straight Champions League victory.

“I can tell you Andrea Barzagli, Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci will play. So that way you can start saying we’ll play with three, four or five at the back,” he smiled in a Press conference.

“I’ll be generous and give you a fourth: Buffon.”

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Sunday October 18 2015
Buffon: 'In doubt for Monchengladbach'

Gigi Buffon saw “progress” from Juventus against Inter, but admits he’s in doubt for Borussia Monchengladbach.

The goalkeeper performed a crucial fingertip save to turn Marcelo Brozovic’s effort on to the crossbar in the 0-0 Derby d’Italia.

“There is some progress,” he told Rai Sport. “I saw improvements tonight and we soon want to get back to being protagonists.

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Saturday October 10 2015
Buffon: 'Italy almost a Conte side'

Gigi Buffon said Italy are still en route to becoming “an Antonio Conte side” and is happy to be back in Azerbaijan.

The Azzurri play today’s Euro 2016 qualifier in Baku at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT) and a victory would secure their spot in the tournament.

“I know the Coach very well, I know the way we train, so seeing the intensity and energy we put into training bodes well,” the goalkeeper told Rai Sport.

“We are trying to simplify matters to make it an even shorter journey to becoming an Antonio Conte side.

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