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Juventus: Agnelli’s message to fans and reference to ‘G. karaiskakis’

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In a letter, Andrea Agnelli said goodbye to his Juventus friends, took stock of his tenure and referred to “G. Karaiskakis”.

A few hours after his resignation as Juventus President, Andrea Agnelli wrote his goodbye to friends of the team.

The former president of the Italy team took stock of his tenure and among other things he referred to the difficult places that Juventus were fighting for, mentioning “G. Karaiskakis” among others.

What he says in detail in his letter: “Dear ones, playing for Juventus, working for Juventus, there was one goal: to win. Anyone who has had the privilege of wearing the black and white jersey knows that. Anyone who works on a team knows that hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t. he works hard

Juventus is one of the biggest clubs in the world and everyone who works or plays there knows that the result is the result of the work of the whole team. We’re used to winning with history and DNA. In 2010, after celebrating our history with great results: the stadium, nine consecutive championships, the first team in Italy to become a series on Netflix and Amazon Prime, we founded J|Medical, we won five consecutive women’s championships from scratch .

Each of us can remember the moment before stepping onto the pitch, on all the scary pitches: Bernabeu, Old Trafford, Allianz Arena, Westfalen-Arena, San Siro, G. Karaiskakis, Celtic Park, Camp Nou: wherever always we were solid as a team, we weren’t afraid of anyone.

If the team doesn’t stick together, it could be fatal. I’ll keep imagining and working towards better football, and I’ll borrow a phrase from him: “And they danced, and those who saw them thought they were crazy, but they were the ones who couldn’t hear the music .” Remember, we recognize each other everywhere at a glance: we are the Juve people! Until the end”.

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Milan 2-5 Sassuolo: Tie at San Siro with five

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AC Milan were defeated 5-2 by Sassuolo on Matchday 20 of Serie A at the San Siro, with the Rossoneri missing a chance to overtake Atalanta in 3rd place.

Sassuolo threw a party at the San Siro on Sunday afternoon (29/01) against Milan, with Giorgos Kyriakopoulos’ team winning the 20th matchday of Serie A 5-2.


The game didn’t start well for the hosts, who conceded three goals (19′, 22′, 30′) from Defrel, Fratezi, Berardi in 11 minutes, while Giroud temporarily reduced the lead in the 24th minute.

In the second part, where he also passed the race George Kyriakopoulos, the guests won a penalty in the 47th minute, which Lorient converted to make it 4-1. It was Enrique who scored Sassuolo’s fifth goal in the 79th minute while Origi made it 5-2 in the 81st minute.

The results of the 20th matchday:

  • Bologna – Spezia 2-0 (37′ Pos, 77′ Orsolini)
  • Lecce-Salernitana 1-2 (23′ Strefeza / 5′ Dia, 20′ Filena)
  • Empoli-Turin 2-2 (37′ Luperto, 69′ Marin / 82′ Ricci, 85′ Sanabria)
  • Cremonese-Inter 1-2 (11′ Okereke / 21′, 65′ Martines)
  • Atalanta Sampdoria 2-0 (42′ male, 57′ Luqman)
  • Milan – Sassuolo 2-5 (24′ Giroud, 81′ Origi / 19′ Defler, 22′ Fratezzi, 30′ Berardi, 47′ PEN. Lorient, 79′ Enrique)
  • 29/01 16:00 Juventus-Monza
  • 29/01 19:00 Lazio – Fiorentina
  • 29/01 21:45 Naples – Rome
  • 30/01 21:45 Udinese-Verona

The highlights

Empoli – Torino 2-2


Lecce – Salernitana 1-2


Bologna – Spezia 2-0


Cremonese – Inter 1-2


Atalanta – Sampdoria 2-0



The program of the 21st game day

  • 04/02 16:00 Cremonese-Lecce
  • 04/02 16:00 Rome – Empoli
  • 04/02 21:45 Sassuolo – Atalanta
  • 05/02 13:30 Spezia – Naples
  • 02.05. 16:00 Turin – Udinese
  • 02.05. 19:00 Florence – Bologna
  • 02.05. 21:45 Inter Milan
  • 06/02 19:30 Verona-Laci
  • 06/02 21:45 Monza-Samdoria
  • 07/02 21:45 Salernitana – Juventus

Source: sport 24

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Atalanta – Sampdoria 2: 0: In Bergamo, the right of the favorite was on point

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Atalanta confirmed their role as favorites in the clash with Sampdoria as Gasperini’s side defeated Genovese resistance 2-0 to remain firmly in the top four.

Atalanta are among the teams who will fight hard for a place in the top four of Serie A and confirmed on Saturday night (29/01) that they are in excellent form as they celebrated their fourth win in the last five league games in the frame of the 20th game day.


Dea’s victim was Sampdoria, who is fighting for relegation (19th), with the Bergamaskis beating their opponents and going clean 2-0 every 45 minutes.

Male in the 42nd minute with a header paved the way to victory and Luqman with impressive individual energy and a strong diagonal shot in the 57th minute secured the three points for his team, who caught Milan in 3rd place and the expected results from Lazio and Milan, who are also fighting for a place in the new Champions League.

The results of the 20th matchday:

  • Bologna – Spezia 2-0 (37′ Pos, 77′ Orsolini)
  • Lecce-Salernitana 1-2 (23′ Strefeza / 5′ Dia, 20′ Filena)
  • Empoli-Turin 2-2 (37′ Luperto, 69′ Marin / 82′ Ricci, 85′ Sanabria)
  • Cremonese-Inter 1-2 (11′ Okereke / 21′, 65′ Martines)
  • Atalanta Sampdoria 2-0 (42′ male, 57′ Luqman)
  • 29/01 13:30 Milan – Sassuolo
  • 29/01 16:00 Juventus-Monza
  • 29/01 19:00 Lazio – Fiorentina
  • 29/01 21:45 Naples – Rome
  • 30/01 21:45 Udinese-Verona

The highlights

Empoli – Torino 2-2


Lecce – Salernitana 1-2


Bologna – Spezia 2-0


Cremonese – Inter 1-2



The program of the 21st game day

  • 04/02 16:00 Cremonese-Lecce
  • 04/02 16:00 Rome – Empoli
  • 04/02 21:45 Sassuolo – Atalanta
  • 05/02 13:30 Spezia – Naples
  • 02.05. 16:00 Turin – Udinese
  • 02.05. 19:00 Florence – Bologna
  • 02.05. 21:45 Inter Milan
  • 06/02 19:30 Verona-Laci
  • 06/02 21:45 Monza-Samdoria
  • 07/02 21:45 Salernitana – Juventus

Source: sport 24

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Cremonese – Inter 1-2: The unstoppable Martines takes them to 2nd place

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Lautaro Martinez scored twice to lead Inter to a surprise 2-1 win over Cremonese and second in the Serie A table.

Lautaro Martinez does with Inter what he failed to do with Argentina at the recent World Cup and his barrage of goals guided them to another victory. Away from home 2-1 across from Cremonese Matchday 20 was marked by an upset, sending the Nerazzurri to second place in Serie A, ahead of the derby with Milan, the side that can steal it from them on Sunday.


The hosts came into the field strongly and took the lead with a great shot from David Okereke in the 11th minute. The joy of the division bottom lasted ten minutes as it took Martines so long to get back on goal after a lull in play. A rebound from a shot by Edin Dzeko equalized to make it 1-1, scoring in the fifth game of the last six against Inter.

The field was… downhill but Simone Inzaghi’s players couldn’t find a goal. When they did, Marco Karnezeki saved his home until the 65th minute, when a Martines shot, which was countered by an opponent, went into the net. The advantage in the ranking led to a loss of attention from the guests, who avoided the shock in the last few minutes and achieved the “three points”.

The results of the 20th game

  • Bologna – Spezia 2-0 (37′ Pos, 77′ Orsolini)
  • Lecce-Salernitana 1-2 (23′ Strefeza / 5′ Dia, 20′ Filena)
  • Empoli-Turin 2-2 (37′ Luperto, 69′ Marin / 82′ Ricci, 85′ Sanabria)
  • Cremonese-Inter 1-2 (11′ Okereke / 21′, 65′ Martines)
  • 29/01 21:45 Atalanta Sampdoria
  • 29/01 13:30 Milan – Sassuolo
  • 29/01 16:00 Juventus-Monza
  • 29/01 19:00 Lazio – Fiorentina
  • 29/01 21:45 Naples – Rome
  • 30/01 21:45 Udinese-Verona

The highlights

Empoli – Torino 2-2


Lecce – Salernitana 1-2


Bologna – Spezia 2-0



The program of the 21st game day

  • 04/02 16:00 Cremonese-Lecce
  • 04/02 16:00 Rome – Empoli
  • 04/02 21:45 Sassuolo – Atalanta
  • 05/02 13:30 Spezia – Naples
  • 02.05. 16:00 Turin – Udinese
  • 02.05. 19:00 Florence – Bologna
  • 02.05. 21:45 Inter Milan
  • 06/02 19:30 Verona-Laci
  • 06/02 21:45 Monza-Samdoria
  • 07/02 21:45 Salernitana – Juventus

Source: sport 24

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