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TMW - Juventus, MATUIDI: "I'm having fun here. But we need to improve a lot"

20.09.2019 09.16 by Claudio Colla  read 266

Interviewed by TMW Italy, Juventus and French NT defensive midfielder Blaise Matuidi, commenting upon the 2-2 draw Bianconeri accomplished at Wanda Metropolitano, against Atletico Madrid, stated: "Market rumours? It was all on media's account. Nothing changed for me, I just kept on working with the team. And I'm really happy I'm here. I'm having fun playing for Juventus, and this group helps me getting really confident. We played a good game, though we need to improve a lot, I myself included. Racism? We've got the technology to recognize who booes the players out of racism, it's not fair for the fans to be punished as a whole".

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