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Those who said Napoli will strugle were right
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Lazio made even 33 shots and won 2-0 against Verona
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Milan struggled AF, scored one goal, scored one more but goal wasn't accepted by referee, got a penalty and missed it. Still won 1-0
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eight wrote:

Milan struggled AF, scored one goal, scored one more but goal wasn't accepted by referee, got a penalty and missed it. Still won 1-0

They are happy with this win, they need many 3 points as they can get
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AS Roma won against Napoli today 4-2, wow
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Very sad news today :(

Fiorentina captain Davide Astori found dead in his bed this morning.

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All today's Serie A games should be postponed due this.
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And he became father 2 weeks ago. It's disaster for the family. RIP :(
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arv wrote:

Very sad news today :(

Fiorentina captain Davide Astori found dead in his bed this morning.

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All today's Serie A games should be postponed due this.

The life is so fragile, I can't believe this happened...
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eight wrote:

And he became father 2 weeks ago. It's disaster for the family. RIP :(

We can't even imagine the pain that his family feels....
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Great animation of Serie A league table this season

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Benzema wrote:

Great animation of Serie A league table this season

Wow, this was really a good idea, thanks for sharing!
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Someone want to repeat what Salah did yesterday against Watford. Impressive.

Mauro Icardi hadn't scored for two-and-a-half months for Inter.

He's just scored a hat-trick in 14 minutes and seven seconds.
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Benzema wrote:

Someone want to repeat what Salah did yesterday against Watford. Impressive.

Mauro Icardi hadn't scored for two-and-a-half months for Inter.

He's just scored a hat-trick in 14 minutes and seven seconds.

He finished the game with poker and also joined to the list of players who scored 100 or more goals in Serie A. Great achievement.
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Arsenal target Massimiliano Allegri is set to have talks with Juventus about his future at the club, once the Serie A campaign comes to an end.

Juventus are six points clear at the top of the table with only two games to play. They need a point at Roma next Sunday to win their seventh successive title.

Allegri is one of the names on Arsenal's shortlist of candidates to replace Arsene Wenger, as the club look set to begin a new era under fresh leadership.

Sky Sports News understands the Gunners want to appoint a new manager before the World Cup starts on June 14.

Allegri is set to sit down and undertake talks with Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli and chief executive Giuseppe Marotta.

Juventus want Allegri to stay but they would not stand in his way if he told them he wanted to leave and seek a new challenge.

Allegri has one year left on his Juventus contract, and has been linked with a series of European clubs.

Juventus are playing Allegri's former club AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday, as they bid to end their season on a high with double silverware.
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JUVENTUS BECAME THE CHAMPIONS OF SERIE A 7 SEASON IN A ROW
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Gianluigi Buffon has announced he will be leaving Juventus at the end of the season after 17 years with the club.

The Serie A champions host Verona on Saturday in what will be the 40-year-old goalkeeper's last game for the Italian side.

Buffon captained the club to a seventh straight title and fourth consecutive Italian Cup triumph this season.

"Saturday will be my last game for Juventus," Buffon, who has won the Serie A title nine times, said. "I think it's the best way to end this wonderful adventure.

"For now I only know that Saturday I will play a game. Until a few days ago it was certain that I would stop playing. Now there are some interesting proposals.

"In Wojciech Szczesny, Juventus have an excellent goalkeeper, who also has 13 years less than me. Giorgio Chiellini is the perfect example of how a Juve captain should be.

"He has always been a reference for me. I wish him all the best."

During his time in Turin, he has continued to break league records which include going 974 minutes without conceding a goal, 292 clean sheets and nine championship titles.

Buffon joined in 2001 from Parma and is Italy's most capped player with 176 caps. He was in goal when they defeated France on penalties in the 2006 World Cup final.

He had planned to end his career at the 2018 World Cup, which would have been his sixth world football tournament.

But after losing their World Cup play-off to Sweden, the Italian retired from the national side in November. However, he made a comeback during the international friendlies in March.

Buffon has never won the Champions League, losing three finals, and in April was left irate by referee Michael Oliver when he awarded Real Madrid a late penalty in their quarter-final which saw them lose 4-3 on aggregate.

He was sent off for arguing with the English referee before stating Oliver had "a bin for a heart".
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Massive rescpect for the biggest goalkeeper ever - Gigi Buffon
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PSG make offer to double Buffon's salary

PSG have taken the first steps in trying to entice the 40-year-old to France, with the Ligue 1 champions having made an offer of €8 million-per-year (£7m/$9.4m), almost double his current salary at Juventus.
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PSG make offer to double Buffon's salary

PSG have taken the first steps in trying to entice the 40-year-old to France, with the Ligue 1 champions having made an offer of €8 million-per-year (£7m/$9.4m), almost double his current salary at Juventus.

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Yeah, I heard about it but I wouldn't like seeing him there.... I hope this will not happen
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