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ITALY, Di Natale: "“It’s a good group made of good elements"

23.05.2012 08.48 by Redazione TMW  read 2618
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Udinese captain Totò Di Natale, has talked from Coverciano about the incredible season of Udinese: “It’s been an amazin season, it’s like winning the title for us. We’ve worked hard to reach this achievement, we’ve managed to do better and better thanks to the squad, who really believed in this dream”. Udinese captain has also had his say on Italian national team: “It’s a good group made of good elements. I’m not here on holiday, I’m here to work hard and do my best for my country”.

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