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JUVENTUS, Agnelli commented on the referrals transmitted

27.07.2012 09.11 by TM W  read 1625
Source: Juventus.com
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Andrea Agnelli commented on the referrals transmitted by the Prosecutor’s Office of the Italian Football Federation: “Today’s events leave a bitter taste in our mouths, which is relieved only by the awareness that, as stated by the Italian sporting authorities, the rules of the sport action will certainly clarify the circumstances ahead of various status of case. On behalf of our club, I’d like to confirm that our full support lies with Antonio Conte, Angelo Alessio, Christian Stellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Simone Pepe: Juventus are a company quoted on the Stock Exchange, but people perceive us like a team, and all those involved who have devoted work and passion to the Bianconeri’s colours have an even stronger perception. In teams, people help one another while fighting, loosing and winning. But nobody is alone. And even now nobody will be abandoned.”

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