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JUVENTUS, Caceres: "Hungry for more"

19.07.2012 16.15 by TM W  read 1468
Source: Juventus.com
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Martin Caceres believes the Bianconeri’s hunger for further success will help see them through next season’s demanding fixture schedule.

“It will be different to last year,” the 25-year-old said at a lunchtime press conference. “We’ll be playing in the Champions League and it’s a very difficult competition. Having said that, we’ve got great desire and hunger to do as well as possible.”

The versatile defender featured alongside new arrival Lucio in the first half of Juventus’ 7-1 win over Aygreville and tips the World Cup winner to be a hit after joining the Bianconeri on a free from Inter.

“He’s a great defender and has enjoyed success wherever he’s gone. He’s won everything in his career and wants to win more here at Juve. It’s important to have experienced champions like him around in order to face a long season.”

Caceres concluded by drawing comparisons between Antonio Conte and former Barcelona coach Josep Guardiola. The Uruguayan played under Guardiola at the Nou Camp and thinks the young managers share similar characteristics.

“I see similarities between them. Conte is a very ambitious manager and we can go far with him at the helm. Our style of play is different to Barcelona’s, but the ambition and desire to win remain the same.”

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