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|Day's Range||1.4490 - 1.4910|
|52 Week Range||0.5900 - 1.8130|
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Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says his team were victorious against Manchester United because they played a more technical game
is pushing ahead with a controversial proposal to expand the Club World Cup, even as Europe’s biggest teams including the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus said they will boycott the competition. On Friday, international football’s governing body agreed to create a “pilot” to grow the annual competition currently played by seven of the planet’s top clubs, into a 24-strong tournament that will take place in the summer of 2021. “We will have a new, real Club World Cup which will certainly have a great impact on club football worldwide,” said Gianni Infantino, Fifa president, said following a meeting of the governing body’s ruling Council in Miami.
Nine months ago, as head coach of Los Blancos, he won a third successive Champions League title. Mr Zidane has long been a champion. Worse, the side was knocked out of the Champions League by Dutch team Ajax.
jumped by 30 per cent on Wednesday after a Cristiano Ronaldo hat-trick catapulted the Italian football club into the quarter finals of the Champions League. Three goals from the Portuguese striker in the second leg knockout fixture on Tuesday night meant Juve sent Spain’s Atlético Madrid packing from the competition, despite coming into the game with a two-goal deficit after a first-leg defeat. Qualification for the quarter-finals brings with it a €10.5m windfall, according to Uefa, the governing body for European football.
LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Juventus shares soared more than 20 percent on Wednesday after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick to overturn a two-goal deficit and defeat Atletico Madrid in a key Champions League match. The cash would be on top of the 9.5 million euros the Italian club received for reaching the last 16. Juventus are controlled by Exor, the investment holding of Italy's Agnelli family, which owns nearly 64 percent of the soccer team.
Investing.com - Shares of Juventus skyrocketed nearly 17% on Wednesday after a stunning comeback against Atlético de Madrid sent the Italian team on its way to the quarter-finals.
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Juventus coach Massimo Allegri says Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to play for the Serie A team against Udinese on Saturday. The 33-year-old soccer player on Tuesday denied rape allegations levelled against him by a woman who sued him in court in the United States. "Cristiano Ronaldo is fine," Allegri told a news conference in Turin.
(Reuters) - Shares in top-tier Italian football club Juventus fell sharply on Friday, with a trader attributing the move to rape allegations against its recently acquired star player Cristiano Ronaldo. ...
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Real Madrid star player Cristiano Ronaldo recently signed a four-year, $129.3 million deal with Italian club Juventus, jolting the soccer world.
On July 10th, it was announced that Cristiano Ronaldo had signed a multi-million dollar agreement with Italian soccer team Juventus , marking an end to his nearly decade-long career with Real Madrid. Juventus seduced Ronaldo with a contract worth well over $100 million, and the deal already seems to be paying off. According to The Guardian , the team sold 520,000 shirts bearing Ronaldo’s name within just 24 hours of the merchandise being released.
A strike called by a small union at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. to protest the purchase of Cristiano Ronaldo by Juventus Football Club SpA became viral news on social media last week. Only five workers showed up at the protest on Monday though. The labor group called the strike because it found “unacceptable that, while FCA workers continue to make huge economic sacrifices, the company spends hundreds of millions of euros on the purchase of a player," the union said last week.
Only five out of around 1,700 workers expected for Monday's shift at Fiat Chrysler's (FCHA.MI) Melfi plant in Italy participated in a walkout called by the small and independent USB union, a spokesman for the carmaker said in a statement. USB was protesting over the millions of euros spent by Juventus soccer club (JUVE.MI), which shares the same controlling shareholder as Fiat Chrysler (FCA), to buy Cristiano Ronaldo while workers at the carmaker were being asked to make sacrifices.
Unions representing the majority of workers at Fiat Chrysler in Italy rejected a strike called by an independent labor group in protest against the huge sums of money spent by Italy's Juventus soccer club (JUVE.MI) to sign Cristiano Ronaldo. The USB union, which represents only a small number of workers, called a strike at Fiat Chrysler's Melfi plant in southern Italy after Italian champions Juventus agreed to pay Real Madrid 100 million euros ($117 million) to secure the Portuguese striker for four years. Both Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and Juventus are controlled by Exor (EXOR.MI), the investment holding of Italy's Agnelli family, which owns nearly 30 percent of the carmaker and 64 percent of the soccer team.
Portuguese soccer superstar Cristiano Rolando just inked a €112 million ($131 million) deal to join the Italian side Juventus. Fresh off an impressive World Cup run that ended in disappointment, Ronaldo will switch from Spain’s Real Madrid, where he spent the last nine years, to Turin, where Juventus is based. But before Italy’s Serie A…
A small union has called a strike at Fiat Chrysler's (FCHA.MI) Melfi plant in Italy to protest against the huge sums of money spent by Italy's Juventus soccer club (JUVE.MI) to sign up Cristiano Ronaldo. Exor (EXOR.MI), the investment holding of Italy's Agnelli family, owns nearly 30 percent of Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and 64 percent of Juventus.