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Di Livio talks up Juventus in 90 seconds

Published: Saturday 17 November 2012, 15.49CET
Angelo Di Livio tells UEFA.com what it means for Juventus to be back in the UEFA Champions League and rekindles fond memories of lifting club football's most coveted trophy.

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Published: Saturday 17 November 2012, 15.49CET

Di Livio talks up Juventus in 90 seconds

Angelo Di Livio tells UEFA.com what it means for Juventus to be back in the UEFA Champions League and rekindles fond memories of lifting club football's most coveted trophy.

UEFA.com caught up with former Juventus and Italian international midfielder Angelo Di Livio at the Palermo leg of the 2012 UEFA Champions League Trophy Tour of Italy. 

In a quick-fire interview, the 46-year-old stressed the "very positive impact" of the Bianconeri's return this season to the group stage of a "very important competition". He also cast his mind back to the 1996 UEFA Champions League final when Marcello Lippi's Juventus drew on all their resolve to overcome AFC Ajax in Rome. 

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Last updated: 27/11/12 9.09CET

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