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Kompletna biografia legendy Arsenalu, Barcelony i reprezentacji Francji. Thierry Henry - utalentowany, charyzmatyczny, światowej klasy piłkarz. Zapisał się w historii futbolu jako legenda Arsenalu i bohater zabójczej drużyny Arsene’a Wengera, której udało się zakończyć dominację Manchesteru United, wygrywając dwa tytuły mistrzowskie i trzy Puchary Anglii. Odegrał również kl Kompletna biografia legendy Arsenalu, Barcelony i reprezentacji Francji. Thierry Henry - utalentowany, charyzmatyczny, światowej klasy piłkarz. Zapisał się w historii futbolu jako legenda Arsenalu i bohater zabójczej drużyny Arsene’a Wengera, której udało się zakończyć dominację Manchesteru United, wygrywając dwa tytuły mistrzowskie i trzy Puchary Anglii. Odegrał również kluczową rolę w zwycięstwie Francji w Mistrzostwach Świata w 1998 roku oraz Mistrzostwach Europy w 2000 roku. Swoją błyskotliwą karierę kontynuował w Barcelonie, gdzie już w pierwszym sezonie zdobył z drużyną potrójną koronę. Jednakże, co dzieje się teraz z Thierrym Henry? Czemu gra w mało znanym amerykańskim klubie, hańbiąc jednocześnie siebie i swoją drużynę podczas Mistrzostw Świata w 2010 roku? Kim jest prawdziwy Thierry Henry? Philippe Auclair stworzył najbardziej kompletny portret bohatera Arsenalu, jaki kiedykolwiek został napisany. Pisząc historię legendy Arsenalu przeprowadził niezliczoną ilość wywiadów, ale bacznie obserwował i analizował całą karierę Henry'ego. Autor uzyskał wyłączny dostęp do najbliższego grona bliskich i przyjaciół piłkarza, dzięki czemu mógł stworzyć biografię tak surową w wymowie, tak skłaniającą do refleksji i szokującą zarazem, jak radosny i wybitny jest talent oraz zamiłowanie do piłki Henry'ego.


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Kompletna biografia legendy Arsenalu, Barcelony i reprezentacji Francji. Thierry Henry - utalentowany, charyzmatyczny, światowej klasy piłkarz. Zapisał się w historii futbolu jako legenda Arsenalu i bohater zabójczej drużyny Arsene’a Wengera, której udało się zakończyć dominację Manchesteru United, wygrywając dwa tytuły mistrzowskie i trzy Puchary Anglii. Odegrał również kl Kompletna biografia legendy Arsenalu, Barcelony i reprezentacji Francji. Thierry Henry - utalentowany, charyzmatyczny, światowej klasy piłkarz. Zapisał się w historii futbolu jako legenda Arsenalu i bohater zabójczej drużyny Arsene’a Wengera, której udało się zakończyć dominację Manchesteru United, wygrywając dwa tytuły mistrzowskie i trzy Puchary Anglii. Odegrał również kluczową rolę w zwycięstwie Francji w Mistrzostwach Świata w 1998 roku oraz Mistrzostwach Europy w 2000 roku. Swoją błyskotliwą karierę kontynuował w Barcelonie, gdzie już w pierwszym sezonie zdobył z drużyną potrójną koronę. Jednakże, co dzieje się teraz z Thierrym Henry? Czemu gra w mało znanym amerykańskim klubie, hańbiąc jednocześnie siebie i swoją drużynę podczas Mistrzostw Świata w 2010 roku? Kim jest prawdziwy Thierry Henry? Philippe Auclair stworzył najbardziej kompletny portret bohatera Arsenalu, jaki kiedykolwiek został napisany. Pisząc historię legendy Arsenalu przeprowadził niezliczoną ilość wywiadów, ale bacznie obserwował i analizował całą karierę Henry'ego. Autor uzyskał wyłączny dostęp do najbliższego grona bliskich i przyjaciół piłkarza, dzięki czemu mógł stworzyć biografię tak surową w wymowie, tak skłaniającą do refleksji i szokującą zarazem, jak radosny i wybitny jest talent oraz zamiłowanie do piłki Henry'ego.

30 review for Thierry Henry - Lonely at the Top: A Biography

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jon Arnold

    I’m not sure whether the French have a different approach to biography than the British or whether Phillipe Auclair’s style of footballing biography is unique. Auclair’s English language books have dealt exclusively with football, portraits of his two most successful countrymen to play in England. His first book on Cantona was a masterpiece of the genre, seeking to understand his subject rather than offer a simple overview of his career to date. Auclair’s book opened a whole new dimension of app I’m not sure whether the French have a different approach to biography than the British or whether Phillipe Auclair’s style of footballing biography is unique. Auclair’s English language books have dealt exclusively with football, portraits of his two most successful countrymen to play in England. His first book on Cantona was a masterpiece of the genre, seeking to understand his subject rather than offer a simple overview of his career to date. Auclair’s book opened a whole new dimension of appreciation; it had the form of a sports biography, a huge selling but seemingly universally derided form, and weaved literature, art and sport together into a dazzling tapestry. Cantona’s life ended up being merely the shape of the book – this was a character study disguised as biography. The logical follow-up was the other Frenchman who came to define his era in the Premier League, Arsenal’s avatar of grace and speed of thought. I confess that I still regard Henry as the best Premier League player I saw live. His game didn’t have the needy desperation that often marred Ronaldo and Gerrard’s play, and it had infinitely more grace than the more forceful likes of Drogba or Rooney. He made brilliance seem effortless, a flawless footballing machine. Auclair’s work makes it clear that the effortlessness was an illusion, that, beautiful as it could be to witness, Henry sweated hard to achieve that effect. Amidst what’s a football aesthete’s dream of a book it strikes a prosaic though true note and it’s to Auclair’s credit that it feels perfectly in keeping. With the surface nature of much football coverage and Henry’s diffidence we never actually understood Henry as well as we thought we did. Again, as with the Cantona book the career merely shapes the story, it’s not the essence of it. As with Dennis Bergkamp’s biography much of the meat here is his career defining spell at Arsenal. These books, along with Amy Lawrence’s 'Invincibles' show Wenger’s imperial phase (roughly speaking from Wenger taking over to the move to the Emirates) beginning to being put into their historical context. Obviously all three are positive – it’s notable how both Bergkamp and Henry eulogise Wenger, each other and their teammates. The book ends on a triumphant note – not for Auclair the ending of Henry winding his career down in what’s perceived as a lesser league, faded abilities still dazzling lesser mortals. Nor does he end by dwelling on France’s shambolic 2010 World Cup. Instead he ends it on the perfect note, the perfect image. He leaves it with Henry’s last hurrah at the Emirates, one last goal for the club. A moment of pure joy, perfect happiness, a goal at the venue he once imperiously strode. It’s a perfect ending, a release of the tension that’s been held back through the book by nature of the subject’s character. The footballer becoming the fan, understanding their emotion and what they get from the game, shedding the simple professionalism and cool demeanour. Finally he shares the joy that Auclair confesses punctured his professional journalistic etiquette twice. It’s the perfect ending note of the main symphony, everything following would be a mere coda.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kazi

    Pretty good as a biography, but the writer's love for literary extravaganza is irritating at times. Pretty good as a biography, but the writer's love for literary extravaganza is irritating at times.

  3. 4 out of 5

    John Anthony

    This is no run of the mill biography of a football star but then 'run of the mill' is the last term I'd use of TH, "Titi" to his friends. Enigmatic, to say the least, this remains the abiding impression I have of him by the end of the book. I learn much about him throughout the book though, which is packed with information. The tone of the book is the opposite of glossy, it's rather scholarly. Auclair is objective, almost to a fault, in his presentation and analysis. Philippe Auclair is painstaki This is no run of the mill biography of a football star but then 'run of the mill' is the last term I'd use of TH, "Titi" to his friends. Enigmatic, to say the least, this remains the abiding impression I have of him by the end of the book. I learn much about him throughout the book though, which is packed with information. The tone of the book is the opposite of glossy, it's rather scholarly. Auclair is objective, almost to a fault, in his presentation and analysis. Philippe Auclair is painstakingly honest and makes it clear to his readers that they won't be getting a paean of hero worship on his part. He is seeking to understand TH the man here from all angles. What makes it particularly interesting to me is that both men are French. Thierry's poll rating is very high this side of the Channel, much less so over there. The prophet lacks honour in his own country? Partly that, but much more besides - particularly French reaction to the shenanigans of its World Cup Team in 2010 and what they saw as Henry's abdication of responsibility and leadership. A fascinating read of a very interesting man, oh and a hugely talented footballer too by the way!

  4. 4 out of 5

    16simpsonf

    It’s a good book but can get boring at some points with not a lot going on but then something new can spring out at you and he could be moving clubs or his family could be getting involved with lots of twist and turns but very descriptive and informative about his life

  5. 5 out of 5

    JS Bournival

    Not so much about Henry The author is an Arsenal fanatic and it shows a lot. The book’s best passages are when it speaks about Wenger’s les invincibles. Could have been titled Arsenal Chronicles in the time of Thierry Henry.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Zeffery Soo

    great insight. could be perfect if it was written according to titi's timeline. too much french words, a bit burdensome to look up for the real meaning. great insight. could be perfect if it was written according to titi's timeline. too much french words, a bit burdensome to look up for the real meaning.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Abhishek Dafria

    Before I talk on this book, I must inform that I am an Arsenal supporter, and have been for more than a decade. And so I have seen this football club's dominance in the first half of the Wenger-era especially during 2001-04 which, in what is no coincidence, was the time when Thierry Henry peaked to such scintillating levels that would have made other great footballers look ordinary. He was a menace to other teams; unstoppable, fluid, intelligent, and most importantly a goal scorer. And to all su Before I talk on this book, I must inform that I am an Arsenal supporter, and have been for more than a decade. And so I have seen this football club's dominance in the first half of the Wenger-era especially during 2001-04 which, in what is no coincidence, was the time when Thierry Henry peaked to such scintillating levels that would have made other great footballers look ordinary. He was a menace to other teams; unstoppable, fluid, intelligent, and most importantly a goal scorer. And to all such lovers of Arsenal and Henry, this story of such an outstanding talent on the field but who not necessarily lived up to his responsibilities off it, is a definite read. The beauty of the story lies in the skill of the story-teller. And that line holds truest in the case of Thierry Henry: Lonely at the Top. Philippe Auclair, the author, is a French journalist with a love for Arsenal FC, the two key ingredients required to even attempt writing a book on Henry. And it this dual love for the French national team and Arsenal FC which allows Auclair to write the book with a passionate fervor, rather than going through the motions. This especially comes out on two occasions, one when he talks of the final match played at Higbury, Arsenal's old stadium, and secondly when he talks at length of the debacle of the French squad at World Cup 2010 and the hurt they caused the nation. But despite being someone who would have been crazily delighted with Henry's on-field performances, as most are, Auclair tries to paint an accurate picture of Theirry Henry, the man, where he does not disguise the ambivalence he holds. It would have been a tough task to showcase the human Henry rather than only the footballer Henry, given the relatively private life he lives. In those circumstances, Auclair has done a fairly good job. Supported by Auclair's knowledge of the game and his contacts in this sport, Henry's life itself holds enough fascinating twists and turns that provide enough drama to keep the attention of the reader. While many would always remember him for the godlike mastery on the football he displayed in the red and white of Arsenal, Theirry Henry: Lonely at the Top brings forth various other chapters in his life. His early childhood days driven by his father's strong desire to see him playing for France, his early days in Monaco which saw him groom as a footballer, his botched up transfer attempt to Real Madrid, his difficult brief stint at Juventus, his post-Arsenal exile to Barcelona, and in between all this, his contribution to the World Cup winning French team of 1998, his secondary position to Zizou, and the famous 'Hand of God II' against Ireland that allowed France to qualify for World Cup 2010. It's a long story, a story worth reading, which makes you fall in love with Henry's magic again, makes you know more about the man behind the footballer, and for someone like me, makes you feel proud to have been there to watch this genius provide so many delightful moments time and time again. Thank you Thierry Henry for the memories, and thank you Philippe Auclair for making us relive it again!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rohith

    Football books are more often than not hagiographies or takes on a theme of 'love him, hate him, but can't ignore him'. Both these types of books usually have banal descriptions of famous incidents that rekindles the nostalgia of fans. A lot of it inevitably will be fiction, more than fact. But when I saw a book on Thierry Henry in a second hand book store at a throaway price, I could not resist. Henry was one of my first football idols. He made me fall in love with Arsenal whom I am still marri Football books are more often than not hagiographies or takes on a theme of 'love him, hate him, but can't ignore him'. Both these types of books usually have banal descriptions of famous incidents that rekindles the nostalgia of fans. A lot of it inevitably will be fiction, more than fact. But when I saw a book on Thierry Henry in a second hand book store at a throaway price, I could not resist. Henry was one of my first football idols. He made me fall in love with Arsenal whom I am still married to. But that is not the reason why I bought the book. I was familiar with Phillipe Auclair's writings and have listened to him on several podcasts. He unlike,most football journalists, is a thinking person's writer. He is not just an Arsenal fan, but has followed French football for decades and is also known for the critically acclaimed biography of another French football legend, Eric Cantona. I was curious. The book, I must say, left me feeling ambivalent about Henry which probably means Auclair did a good job. Henry is a difficult person to write about. After having won the World Cup and the Euros at a very young age, he was led down a difficult path due to some bad decisions and fulfilled his destiny when a certain Arsene Wenger brought him to Arsenal and decided that he is a Centre Forward and not a Left Winger. But then followed the ignominies of the infamous 'Hand of Gaul' and the imploding of the 2012 French World Cup Team. Then came the unexpected return to Arsenal in 2012 to score against Leeds and Sunderland. Auclair does justice to the footballer that is Thierry Henry for sure, and tries to explain some of the questions people might have had about Thierry Henry the person through the personal trauma that he might have experienced in the rough world of professional football. And not just that, Auclair gives a fascinating narration of the evolution (and devolution) of French football and the roles played by several people in the process like Jean Tigana and Raymond Domenech (whom he clearly does not like!). Overall, a brilliant read and highly recommend it for football lovers.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Carla

    This is a very well written book by an excellent writer. It is obviously also an objective biography which I have no doubt is a very honest record of Thierry's life including the criticisms levied at him. As someone who has loved and admired him from the first time he put on the Arsenal shirt, I found this aspect of the book hard to read. I admit he can do no wrong in my eyes and I long for the day he is back where he belongs-at the Arsenal. This book has not diminished my admiration for the bes This is a very well written book by an excellent writer. It is obviously also an objective biography which I have no doubt is a very honest record of Thierry's life including the criticisms levied at him. As someone who has loved and admired him from the first time he put on the Arsenal shirt, I found this aspect of the book hard to read. I admit he can do no wrong in my eyes and I long for the day he is back where he belongs-at the Arsenal. This book has not diminished my admiration for the best player who has ever graced the Premier League but it has made me understand the nuances of his character a bit better. My overall feeling is of sympathy for him. I believe he has overcome major difficulties, not least the dominating character and influence of his father. It is a mark of his intelligence that he overcame this, took the good from it and followed his own path. He should not have left Arsenal. I also believe the French treated him badly and it is clear he became a scapegoat. As for the Ireland incident, if an England player had done the same he would have been defended by all.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Devnandan

    The book in itself is quite exhaustive. It starts right from his childhood days in the french concrete suburbs and includes the crucial role of his family especially his father. It goes on to talk about his early days in monaco, his first wc and his season in hell. The transition to his arsenal days is very good. His blossoming, reaching his peak and his gradual decline are pages which an arsenal or henry fan will just glide through. His exploits with his national team are well written too. Ther The book in itself is quite exhaustive. It starts right from his childhood days in the french concrete suburbs and includes the crucial role of his family especially his father. It goes on to talk about his early days in monaco, his first wc and his season in hell. The transition to his arsenal days is very good. His blossoming, reaching his peak and his gradual decline are pages which an arsenal or henry fan will just glide through. His exploits with his national team are well written too. There are however 2 things which i thought was , lets say unexpected, one is the campaign of 2010 WC and the controversy leading to it. This part was rather stretched to the extent that the writer could have easily avoided the chapter that talks about this. Secondly, this book talks more about him as a person , the enigma he was and his other traits like his loneliness. But, probably as Phillipe puts it, if one wanted , just a collection of his records or best goals scored it would not take more than a minute to search it out in the internet. The conclusion or postscript is short and crisp and befitting of player that is Thierry Henry: lonely at the top.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Binod

    The book encapsulates the career of one of the great footballers of his generation. Starting with his childhood in France, his rise through the youth ranks, his short frantic stay in Italy with Juventus, his era defining performances in the premier league , his stay at Barcelona to that shameful night in Paris, the author presents the readers the life of great man who is often misunderstood for arrogance. The book is a must read for an Arsenal supporter as it shows what was right with the early We The book encapsulates the career of one of the great footballers of his generation. Starting with his childhood in France, his rise through the youth ranks, his short frantic stay in Italy with Juventus, his era defining performances in the premier league , his stay at Barcelona to that shameful night in Paris, the author presents the readers the life of great man who is often misunderstood for arrogance. The book is a must read for an Arsenal supporter as it shows what was right with the early Wenger era at the London club. The signings of players like Viera, Henry, Petit etc. in those years to the INVINCIBLES is depicted stupendously in the book. It also gives the glimpse into why the club is not successful in the field lately. Overall a wonderful book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chaitanya Lakkapragada

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is more of a biographical essay-as Mr.Auclair himself puts it-than a biography. Filled with anecdotes, the main thing that stood out for me was the influence Henry's father played in shaping his personality. Titi's time at Monaco is explained in great detail.The insecurities he faced as a young footballer-touted for great things- and his travails on the international stage make this book an essential read for all Arsenal and football fans. Also, the lack of chemistry between Zidane and Titi & This is more of a biographical essay-as Mr.Auclair himself puts it-than a biography. Filled with anecdotes, the main thing that stood out for me was the influence Henry's father played in shaping his personality. Titi's time at Monaco is explained in great detail.The insecurities he faced as a young footballer-touted for great things- and his travails on the international stage make this book an essential read for all Arsenal and football fans. Also, the lack of chemistry between Zidane and Titi & the passive role played by him in the Knysa fiasco portray a player for whom leadership did not come naturally and also helps explain his mixed record as captain of Arsenal and France(on rare occasions)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Balaji Ramamurthy

    Fantastic story-telling by Philippe Auclair that gives you a deep insight into the three decade long career of Thierry Henry. Instead of rattling down facts and figures, Auclair goes neck-deep into important events in Henry's life and career rather, events that shaped the maestro himself. From the highs and lows at Monaco and the French national team, to the nadir at Juventus, the ultimate resurrection at Arsenal, the eternal mentor-protege relationship with Arsene Wenger and the strange relatio Fantastic story-telling by Philippe Auclair that gives you a deep insight into the three decade long career of Thierry Henry. Instead of rattling down facts and figures, Auclair goes neck-deep into important events in Henry's life and career rather, events that shaped the maestro himself. From the highs and lows at Monaco and the French national team, to the nadir at Juventus, the ultimate resurrection at Arsenal, the eternal mentor-protege relationship with Arsene Wenger and the strange relationship on the pitch with Zidane - this book has it all. A must-read for any football fan.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aadil Saif

    Growing up I used to idolize Thierry Henry. He was my hero. He played for my favorite team which is arsenal. I used think he was the greatest striker that ever lived and I still do. The title of the book is very deceiving because the book is about his greatness and what an amazing player he was. The title is actually about his positioning on the field because he was a lone striker. This book is well written but it is not the best. I recommend this to all football fans.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Neil

    enjoyed the book that deals with the football life of Thierry Henry, as an english, Arsenal fan is was good to read about the largely (to me) unknown aspects of Thierry's career, such as his early years and years as a French international. The auther weaves a detailed analsysis of the subject matter, but I stil question whether the author was supportive of the footballer or not! enjoyed the book that deals with the football life of Thierry Henry, as an english, Arsenal fan is was good to read about the largely (to me) unknown aspects of Thierry's career, such as his early years and years as a French international. The auther weaves a detailed analsysis of the subject matter, but I stil question whether the author was supportive of the footballer or not!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Chris Jones

    In depth, critical and revealing. Monsieur Auclair is a top class football journalist, and it's refreshing to read a biography which isn't afraid to be critical of its subject, especially one of my favourite ever players. Gripping read which adds to the enigma of Henry. One drawback - disappointed that there was nothing written about Henry and New York Red Bulls. :( In depth, critical and revealing. Monsieur Auclair is a top class football journalist, and it's refreshing to read a biography which isn't afraid to be critical of its subject, especially one of my favourite ever players. Gripping read which adds to the enigma of Henry. One drawback - disappointed that there was nothing written about Henry and New York Red Bulls. :(

  17. 4 out of 5

    Varis

    A very good book for football fans. This book gives an insight into one of the greatest player of this century, showing his struggles to rise to the top of the game. This gives a very detailed background of Henry, his childhood, and what made him the player he is today. Recommended for Arsenal fans and any football fan in general who appreciates the beauty.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Marcus Borup

    Very insightful and well-written book which attempts to describe the relationship Henry had with the rest of the world. Sometimes he is revered and is treated as a god in the book, however, other times he is looked down upon, and criticized. Very good, well written - but lacks consistency.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mohamed Ahmed

    i Like it But Didn't Enjoyed it as Much as i Enjoyed The First Book For The Writer ( Cantona ) i Read it in a Perfect Timing as My Favorite Striker Retired Few Weeks Ago The Writer In many Occasions Stray Away From Henry And Write About Other Staff and THat Explains the 3 Stars i Like it But Didn't Enjoyed it as Much as i Enjoyed The First Book For The Writer ( Cantona ) i Read it in a Perfect Timing as My Favorite Striker Retired Few Weeks Ago The Writer In many Occasions Stray Away From Henry And Write About Other Staff and THat Explains the 3 Stars

  20. 5 out of 5

    Dirty Harry

    Really really DULL. It never got going - maybe lost in translation? I was really getting irate when reading this book....just hoping for some sense of fun, horror or anything to inspire me. Not to be.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Abhigyan

    Insight of Henry's personality and all the circumstances that made him what he is.Worth a read to get a brief glimpse on the thought process of a great great footballer! Bonus : A really good ending that can make a fan real emotional. ! Insight of Henry's personality and all the circumstances that made him what he is.Worth a read to get a brief glimpse on the thought process of a great great footballer! Bonus : A really good ending that can make a fan real emotional. !

  22. 5 out of 5

    Richard Leeming

    Auclair uses too many words to say not quite enough. But overall it's a good picture of an enigmatic sportsman who was one of the most effective strikers ever to grace the game. Auclair uses too many words to say not quite enough. But overall it's a good picture of an enigmatic sportsman who was one of the most effective strikers ever to grace the game.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stephen

    the author looking back at the career of Thierry henry, felt book was okay nothing special but an easy going read

  24. 5 out of 5

    Anish

    Fantastic. Was great to read a Sports Biography where the author highlighted the dark side of the Player's character as well. Fantastic. Was great to read a Sports Biography where the author highlighted the dark side of the Player's character as well.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Roger

    I expected a lot more. It was just a boring book that felt like it could have been a lot shorter. A shame for such a great player.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ray Ray

    if you want to read a book about football then this is the one for you. if you want a book about thierry then this isn't the book for you. if you want to read a book about football then this is the one for you. if you want a book about thierry then this isn't the book for you.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Aik Lim

    A thinkers footballing read

  28. 4 out of 5

    Cantona222

    I liked the book. I may be a biast since I love Henry as a player. However, the book has details of an events that I am not aware of.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lane

    interesting biography of one of soccer's greats. felt the story was well balanced and did not go overboard on the soccer events like listing of goals scored. interesting biography of one of soccer's greats. felt the story was well balanced and did not go overboard on the soccer events like listing of goals scored.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Marko

    I felt that the book was really well made with Henry. It talks about all of the emotion that he went through when he was a little kid. When he was twelve he had to move from his little village in France to a big city in Italy where he trained wit an academy team name Juventus.

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