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  • Africa

    “Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team” 5th Anniversary Kicks Off & New Players Wearing the JUVENTUS Official Kit Debut

    Dubai, United Arab Emirates – KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, announced that its head-to-head football simulation game Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team kicked off its special 5th Anniversary with the JUVENTUS OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN: Gifts for All and more in-game campaigns on Friday, June 3. See the original press release (https://www.klab.com/en/press/) for more information. 5th Anniversary Campaign Part 1…

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  • Sports

    UEFA launch disciplinary action against Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus

    UEFA have begun disciplinary proceedings against European giants Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus over their role in the collapsed Super League. The announcement from European football’s governing body could result in heavy punishments for Spanish titans Barca and Madrid and Italian heavyweights Juventus. UEFA said in a statement: “Following an investigation conducted by UEFA ethics and disciplinary inspectors in connection…

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  • football

    Juventus manages to qualify for 2021/2022 UCL

    Juventus beat Bologna 4-1 to sneak in and qualify for the Champions League as Napoli slips off on final day. Andrea Pirlo surprisingly dropped Cristiano Ronaldo in the most decisive game of the season. The Portuguese striker was not injured but was snubbed due to technical reasons and because he felt tired. The Old Lady needed a win at the…

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  • Sports

    Chiesa seals Coppa Italia for Pirlo’s men

    Federico Chiesa scored the decisive goal as Juventus sealed a record-extending 14th Coppa Italia title with a 2-1 win over Atalanta on Wednesday. It has been a disappointing first season in charge for Andrea Pirlo, with the Bianconeri knocked out of the Champions League at the last-16 stage by Porto and their hopes of qualifying for next season’s competition hanging…

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  • Sports

    Real Madrid, Barcelona & Juventus defend European Super League plans

    Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus have defended their plans for a European Super League in the face of what they call “threats” from Uefa. They are the only clubs from the initial 12 yet to withdraw from the proposed ESL, and face disciplinary action from Europe’s governing body. The nine other clubs involved, including six Premier League sides, have been…

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