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JUVENTUS, Storari: "A very exciting experience"

14.05.2012 12.00 by Redazione TMW  read 1793
Source: Juventus.com
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“I’ve had the good fortune to play at important sides, but this is one of the most beautiful experiences in my career. I’ll never forget it.” Marco Storari didn’t hide the emotions felt in the last weeks and peaked today, in a game whish saw him between the sticks: “I’m happy I’ve chosen Juventus and I stayed here - continued Storari - Today I was really moved, for both the Scudetto and Del Piero. I don’t know how Alex was able to choke back his tears.”

Today Marco showed again that he’s a reliable player, even if he’s often been obliged to sit on the bench: “Our manager has always spoken frankly: there are hierarchies to respect, and I’ve decided to be available to the team. I’m 35 years old, and I think to have enough experience to be able to help the group.”

But now it’s Marco time, and after today’s game against Atalanta, he’ll get on the pitch on next Sunday for the Coppa Italia final against Napoli: “I’m absolutely ready. I always trained as if I were to play every game.”

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