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Juventus goes trophy-less, Chiellini bids farewell

FOR the first time since 2011, Italian giant, Juventus, will end the season without a single trophy to be added to their cabinet this season.
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FOR the first time since 2011, Italian giant, Juventus, will end the season without a single trophy to be added to their cabinet this season.

The club that could have picked up a trophy yesterday and eventually lost to Inter Milan during the Italian Cup Final would again be forced to see two Milan clubs fight for the Serie-A trophy as they can only manage a third-place finish at most.

This is quite disappointing to the fans and players as Massimiliano Allegri, who returned as coach of Juventus in the off-season, was supposed to restore glory after the team’s dominance of Serie-A ended without victory.

To add insult to injury, one of the club's most faithful players, Giorgio Chiellini, will be leaving the club at the end of the season.

"We had 10 magnificent years and now it’s the turn of the boys to continue,” said Chiellini, "I think I’ve done everything I could have done. I hope to have left them with something”, he said recently in an interview.