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STUTTGART, Molinaro: "I have some regrets about Juventus"

06.10.2012 08.00 by Marco Gori  read 1861
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Interviewed by Tuttojuve.com, Stuttgart full back Cristian Molinaro has declared: "Two and a half years ago I made an important choice, at Juve the Executive board and the technical staff didn't appreciate me, so I decided to try an experience abroad: it has been the most important experience in my career: of course the Serie A remains an interesting league, and if I had a chance to move back I would evaluate it, but I have two more yeard on my contract with Stuttgart. The only regret I have is to have left Juve without winning a trophy, but I am happy of the choice that I made".

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