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10 May 2021
The three clubs say they have received "unacceptable" threats from UEFA and FIFA since the project collapsed just two days after it was announced last month.
4 May 2021
With the exception of Germany, where Bayern Munich look favorites to win a remarkable ninth straight Bundesliga crown, the incumbents in England (Liverpool), Spain (Real Madrid), France (Paris Saint-Germain, winners of eight in nine) and Italy (Juventus, winners of nine straight has lost the crown) are all under serious threat of being surpassed in 2020-21.
8 Aug 2020
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20 May 2020
Cristiano Ronaldo returns to training with Juventus in Turin on after an absence of over two months because of the coronavirus pandemic. of Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Juventus Training Center.
15 Apr 2020
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17 Dec 2019
Solomon Fowowe and Denise Erezi discuss the UEFA Champions League round of 16 draws. Made predictions, likely winners, and losers.
17 Dec 2019
Paris Saint-Germain will face Borussia Dortmund, while Juventus will face Lyon when the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 kicks off in February. Real Madrid are up against Manchester City, Atalanta face Valencia, Atletico Madrid face Liverpool, Chelsea will play Bayern Munich, Tottenham face RB Leipzig and Napoli are facing Barcelona.
7 Sep 2019
Eni Aluko discusses what it was like to grow up knowing that she was both British and Nigerian. She talks about what the book "To Kill a Mockingbird" means to her and how it led to her law career. Aluko talks about wanting to be a role model for future footballers and what it was like to move to Italy.
29 Aug 2019
Half of Juventus' shots against Parma came from Cristiano Ronaldo.
9 Aug 2019
Soccer fans in South Korea are taking legal action to seek compensation after Cristiano Ronaldo failed to play in a friendly during Juventus' pre-season tour in Seoul last week.
22 Jun 2019
New Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri says he enjoyed his time in the Premier League but that the lure to return to Italy was too strong
20 Jun 2019
New Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri says coaching Ronaldo will be a "step up", as he jokes about what he will wear on the side lines

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