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UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE, Juventus: The full squad against Shakhtar

02.10.2012 15.57 by TM W  read 1234
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Juventus completed their preparations for Tuesday night’s home Champions League debut against Shakhtar by holding a final training session in Vinovo this afternoon.

Once the workout had drawn to close, Antonio Conte confirmed his squad selection for the clash with the defending Ukrainian champions. The Bianconeri keep faith with the same group of players chosen for Saturday’s 4-1 victory over Roma.

The full squad is as follows:

1 Buffon
2 Lucio
3 Chiellini
4 Caceres
6 Pogba
8 Marchisio
9 Vucinic
11 De Ceglie
12 Giovinco
15 Barzagli
17 Bendtner
19 Bonucci
20 Padoin
21 Pirlo
22 Asamoah
23 Vidal
24 Giaccherini
26 Lichtsteiner
27 Quagliarella
30 Storari
32 Matri
33 Isla
34 Rubinho
39 Marrone

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