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Thursday January 6 2011
Huntelaar staying at Schalke

Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has no intention of returning to Italy even amid interest from Juventus, according to his agent.

The Holland international left Milan in the summer after finding regular first team football hard to come by under Leonardo.

He appeared reluctant at first, but Huntelaar has since settled in Germany, scoring 10 goals in 21 games for the struggling Bundesliga side.

Juventus have been repeatedly linked with the 27-year-old prompting Gigi Del Neri to comment on that interest in a Press Conference yesterday.

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Thursday January 6 2011
Amauri plays for his future at Juve

The way Amauri plays over the next six games will decide his future at Juventus, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The 30-year-old striker is expected to start against Parma today after nearly two months out through injury.

Reports suggest Juventus have lost patience with Amauri given his poor goal-to-game ratio over the last two and a half years.

He is a high earner at the club and Beppe Marotta would ideally like to move him on.

However, the Brazilian has expressed his desire to stay and in order to do so he must start scoring.

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Thursday January 6 2011
Marotta: Juve will look to add quality

Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta insists the club are looking to improve the team's quality during the January transfer window.

However, the Old Lady's chief recruitment strategist reiterated the idea that he will only make a move if there is value to be found in the market.

Interviewed on Sky Italia, Marotta said: "In reality Del Neri's definition is realistic. We are considering making signings.

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Thursday January 6 2011
Agnelli plays down heavy defeat

Juventus President Andrea Agnelli has sought to play down the significance of his side's heavy 4-1 defeat to Parma this afternoon.

The Turin giants were unexpectedly humbled at home, suffering in particular after Fabio Quagliarella went off injured and Felipe Melo received a red card early in the first half.

"Our objectives and plans don't change. We have to stay united," Agnelli told Sky Italia.

"Today was a bad result, but losing 1-0 or 4-1 doesn't make a big difference.

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Thursday January 6 2011
Crespo hails 'great victory'

Parma striker Hernan Crespo has praised his side's performance after they recorded an emphatic 4-1 victory over Juventus in Turin.

The Argentine got on the scoresheet himself, putting away a second-half penalty to give his side a two-goal cushion.

Asked for his impressions after the game, Crespo said: "It was a great victory against a team fighting for the Scudetto.

"We had played good games against Inter and Palermo without getting anything out of them. We were fed up.

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Thursday January 6 2011
Del Neri: 'Juve, roll up your sleeves'

Gigi Del Neri says Juventus will roll up their sleeves ahead of Sunday's encounter with Napoli after their heavy home defeat.

The Bianconeri suffered an unexpectedly heavy 4-1 loss to Parma in Turin this afternoon.

Juventus' performance was conditioned by a serious injury to Fabio Quagliarella and Felipe Melo's sending off within the opening 16 minutes.

Interviewed on Sky Italia, Del Neri said: “Playing with 10 men is complicated enough, then losing Quagliarella certainly didn't help.

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Thursday January 6 2011
Del Piero: 'We're in the title race'

Alessandro Del Piero is confident Juventus “are not cut out of the Scudetto race” after their 4-1 home defeat to Parma.

The captain didn't even reach half-time in Turin, as he was substituted after Felipe Melo saw red 16 minutes in.

“Did I expect that substitution? No,” was his terse response to a question.

Today's results mean Juve slip down to fifth place and are eight points off leaders Milan.

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Wednesday January 5 2011
Juve to offer Del Piero a director's role

Juventus would like Alessandro Del Piero to become a director in a gradual phasing out of his playing career, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The 37-year-old is out of contract in the summer and it now appears likely that the two parties will sit down to discuss his future at the beginning of March.

Del Piero has shown no signs of relenting this season, making more appearances than any other Juventus player.

He has played in 26 of their 28 games, averaging 55 minutes per match.

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Wednesday January 5 2011
Del Neri postpones Buffon comeback

Gigi Del Neri insists Gianluigi Buffon will have to wait a little longer before making his comeback for Juventus.

The Italy international goalkeeper has yet to play this season after undergoing major back surgery in the summer.

Buffon recently returned to training and some reports claimed he would be ready for Thursday's encounter with Parma.

However, Del Neri feels Buffon needs more time to fully recuperate, meaning his comeback could be postponed until Juventus' clash with Catania in the Coppa Italia on January 13.

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Wednesday January 5 2011
Buffon Goalkeeper of the Decade

Gianluigi Buffon has been named Goalkeeper of the Decade by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics.

The Juventus and Italy shot-stopper was found to be the best in his field from 2000 to 2010, despite spending most of the last year on the treatment table.

Iker Casillas of Real Madrid and Spain came second, with Chelsea's Petr Cech in third.

The top 10 is completed by Edwin van der Sar, Oliver Kahn, Nelson Dida, Jens Lehmann, Roberto Carlos Abbodanzieri, Victor Valdes and Julio Cesar.

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