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JUVENTUS, Vucinic: "A great team must know how to suffer"

09.10.2012 19.58 by TM W  read 1838
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The striker of Juventus, Mirko Vucinic has spoken to his personal website about his situazione with bianconera jersey.

"Roma, Shakhtar and Siena. One week, three games, three different approaches. With Roma we made a perfect first time, playing a high level match. In Champions League home debut we never gave up even after the goal conceded. Sunday at Siena we fought until the end for a crucial victory. Because a great team must know how to suffer, fight and win in order to stand tall and show always a great character! Now with the national games I go back in Montenegro. See you on the 20th for the super match Juventus – Napoli!
Mirko"

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