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Friday October 9 2020
Lukaku: 'I hate losing, just like Conte'

Inter forward Romelu Lukaku says he will ‘definitely return’ to Anderlecht one day and believes he ‘hates losing’ as much as coach Antonio Conte.

The Belgian moved from Anderlecht to England in August 2011 and played for Chelsea, West Bromwich, Everton and Manchester United, before he joined Inter in August 2019.

“I always follow Anderlecht,” Lukaku told VTM. “I will definitely return. The attraction for a player that wat there as a youngster is too big.

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Sunday August 23 2020
Capello: 'Coman another Juventus mistake'

Fabio Capello accuses Juventus of ‘repeating the same mistakes’ with Kingsley Coman as Thierry Henry by selling too early.

Coman started for Bayern Munich in tonight’s Champions League Final against Paris Saint-Germain in Lisbon, preferred to Inter loan winger Ivan Perisic.

“Coman is considered good enough to start in a Champions League Final for Bayern Munich,” Capello told Sky Sport Italia.

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Friday May 1 2020
Amoroso: 'Henry almost joined Udinese!'

Former Udinese star Amoroso has revealed that Thierry Henry rejected swapping clubs with him before his historic move to Arsenal in 1999.

Henry managed just three goals for Juve in the second half of 98-99, whereas Amoroso went on to finish the season as Serie A’s Capocannoniere with 22 goals, despite playing for an Udinese side unfashionable in comparison.

The Frenchman ultimately fared more successful, signing for Arsenal in the summer of 1999 and becoming their all-time top scorer.

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Sunday December 15 2019
Henry pays Bologna visit

Montreal Impact coach Thierry Henry is at the Stadio Dall’Ara today to watch Bologna and inspect their facilities with President Joey Saputo.

Canadian-Italian businessman Saputo owns both the MLS and Serie A clubs, who have been known to exchange players.

Henry flew in this morning and was greeted at the Stadio Dall’Ara by Bologna director Marco Di Vaio.

He will be able to observe this afternoon’s Serie A match between Bologna and Atalanta.

Henry spent six months in Italy playing for Juventus in 1999.

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Thursday September 19 2019
Moggi: Why Henry failed at Juve...

Luciano Moggi claims Thierry Henry failed at Juventus because he “suffered from tight marking and was sad when he had dropped to the bench.”

Moggi [pictured, left] was Juve’s general manager between 1994 and 2006, and he admits he had his eye on several Premier League stars before he left due to his role in the Calciopoli scandal.

“Both were great teams,” he told The Daily Mail, speaking of his Bianconeri side and Manchester United’s treble-winning team of 1999.

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Monday October 15 2018
Happy birthday David Trezeguet

Today is the 41st birthday of David Trezeguet, Juventus’ all-time leading foreign goalscorer.

Born in Rouen, France while his father Jorge was playing for FC Rouen, Trezeguet grew up in his parents’ native Argentina.

His father was a defender during his playing career, but would take the young David to watch River Plate matches and tell him to keep his eye on the strikers.

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Monday October 8 2018
Report: No Strama for Villa

Andrea Stramaccioni is unlikely to become Aston Villa’s next manager as the English club have reportedly targeted Thierry Henry.

Stramaccioni was said to be a leading candidate to replace Steve Bruce, but The Times claims Henry is the favourite to take over, with former Chelsea defender John Terry assisting him.

The former Juventus attacker has been part of Belgium’s backroom staff since 2016 and had been linked with the Villa job over the summer.

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Monday August 27 2018
Bordeaux: Henry no, Ranieri yes?

Bordeaux could reportedly turn their attentions to Claudio Ranieri as a deal for Thierry Henry becomes harder to clinch.

According to L’Equipe, Henry remains the ‘dream’ for Bordeaux, but negotiations for the ex-Juventus, Arsenal and France striker are getting ‘more complicated’.

Although Les Girondins ‘don’t seem ready to give up’, the newspaper claims they are carrying out a separate round of talks with Ranieri.

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Thursday May 31 2018
Serie A stars in ultimate French team

Sports newspaper L’Équipe has named the 100 greatest French players of all time, in a list dominated by Serie A stars.

With the World Cup just around the corner, the paper decided to name the greatest players ever to don the shirt, with Zinédine Zidane coming top.

The former midfielder, who resigned as Real Madrid Coach today, gets the nod for winning both the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000 with his country, both of which came when he was playing for Juventus.

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Wednesday May 3 2017
Lacazette: "Leaving for CL club"

Juventus target Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that the team he joins this summer ‘will have to be in the Champions League’.

The 25-year-old Olympique Lyonnais forward is under contract until 2019, but has repeatedly hinted that he will leave the club at the end of the season. A product of the team’s youth system, the France international joined the Ligue 1 side in 2003, making his senior debut in 2010.

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