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ITALY/ JUVENTUS, Vucinic:"We can not afford any mistakes"

13.11.2012 16.42 by TM W  read 1398
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Here there are the words of the striker of Juventus, Mirko Vucinic in his own official website

Dear Friends I am going to write you after two small accidents.
The intestinal infection and injury to the calf remedied against Inter did not allow me to be 100%.
Anyway I am happy because we got our first success in Champions League, after an extraordinary proof of my companions.
I’m fine now, and in view of this week we can not lower the guard. Lazio, Chelsea and Milan: three games that probably will decide the destiny of our Serie A and Champions League.
We can not afford any mistakes, especially against Chelsea, because we want to continue to dream and above all keep winning, because we are Juventus!
A hug, Mirko

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