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REAL MADRID, Sahin: "I will remain here to win the Champions League"

31.05.2012 08.00 by Marco Gori  read 2567
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Interviewed by AS, Real Madrid midfielder Nuri Sahin has declared: "Unfortunately the last one was not a good season for me as I was often injured. In any case is not easy to do well at Real at the first season. I am sure that the next one will be my year. Now I am fine and I hope to win a lot with Real, who are a great club. Life has given me many things, but my dream is to win the Champions League with Real".

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