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Submitted by karim 774d ago | article

Elusive Vucinic sends Celtic a warning ahead of Juventus' Champions League crunch

Goal - The weekly debates over Juventus’ forward line take place on many a message board across the world and in countless bars and restaurants in Turin and beyond, but very few appear to end with the conclusion that Mirko Vucinic shouldn't be considered a virtual guaranteed starter amongst the current group.

While Sebastian Giovinco continues to frustrate more often than he delights, Fabio Quagliarella finds it difficult to earn more than one start on the trot, and Alessandro Matri wastes far too many good positions to command a regular place, Vucinic is the one man who seems to get the nod more often than not. And there is a good reason for that. (Celtic, Juventus, Mirko Vucinic, UEFA Champions League)

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