Football Italian: Leggo vazzano della registrada in 2nd leg

Football Italian: Leggo vazzano della registrada in 2nd leg

In the 2nd Leg of the European Super Cup, the Juventus squad was beaten by the Razzelle della Repubblica in Turin.

The result means that Juventus will not be able to qualify for the knockout stages of the competition and, for the first time in a long time, Juventus will be relegated from Serie A. This comes after the club lost the last two games in the competition, including 2-1 at home against Napoli.

With the team struggling to cope with injuries, Juve have had to rely on the squad they had left in the squad of the squad to fight for the title.

However, after the result, the players who were injured were all replaced with the team of the same season.

The only players who remain will be Luca Moggi, Antonio Cassano and Gianluigi Buffon.

The Juventus squad who are not able to play in the upcoming Serie A games against Fiorentina and Lazio will be looking for the help of the fans, who have been calling for them to play.

With Juventus still struggling with injuries and injuries, it is hard to imagine them winning the league title.

But, in the meantime, it has been decided to play the game of the season, which will determine the position in the playoffs.

As the Razza Roma will play the first leg in Turino, Juventus are now able to enter the second leg at the Juventus Stadium, which has been chosen as the venue for the game.

In the last 10 years, Juventus have played in the Italian Super Cup and have reached the final once.

However to make this possible, Juventus had to sell the stadium, and the stadium was renovated.

In addition, Juventus won the title last year and were the only team to finish in the top half of the table.

With this in mind, the fans will be hoping that Juve will be able do the same this year.

As always, we will keep you updated on the latest news.

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