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Juventus lose Marchisio for a month

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Rome (AFP) – Juventus’ goalscoring midfielder Claudio Marchisio will be out for up to four weeks after suffering a knee injury, the Italian champions said Friday.

Marchisio has been suffering pain in the same left knee that was operated on in 2016 after he ruptured ligaments.

“He will be unavailable for three to four weeks,” Juventus said.

Juventus lose Marchisio for a month

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Rome (AFP) – Juventus’ goalscoring midfielder Claudio Marchisio will be out for up to four weeks after suffering a knee injury, the Italian champions said Friday.

Marchisio has been suffering pain in the same left knee that was operated on in 2016 after he ruptured ligaments.

“He will be unavailable for three to four weeks,” Juventus said.

English clubs top Euro 2016 compensation list

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Nyon (Switzerland) (AFP) Liverpool led English clubs in taking the lion's share of the 150 million euros ($162 million) compensation handed out by UEFA for freeing players for Euro 2016.

Yet while 60 English clubs shared 38.2 million euros ($41.3 million), Icelandic clubs whose country humiliated England at the tournament got just 118,712 euros.

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‘Serious And Professional Soccer Player And Strong!!!’ – World Cup Winner Cristian Zaccardo Posts Job Plea On LinkedIn

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A member of the Italian squad which lifted the 2006 World Cup, Crisitian Zaccardo has taken to LinkedIn in search of a new club.

The wing-back appeared for Serie B side Vicenza last season, with the team ultimately relegated at the end of the campaign.

Now, the 35-year-old has posted a come-and-get-me message on LinkedIn, in the hope of securing a new team ahead of the new season.

Italy Manager Cesare Prandelli Resigns After Rant Against Fans And Italian FA

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After a controversial 1-0 loss to UruguayTuesday in the Group stages of the World Cup, Italian manager Cesare Prandelli has resigned from his position. His Italian squad came in third in the group after two consecutive losses against Costa Rica and Uruguay.

In 2010, Prandelli replaced Marcelo Lippi as head coach of the Azzurri after the 2006 World Cup.