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Totti relishing Juve clash

Francesco Totti is relishing the chance to take on Juventus this weekend.

Roma face the Serie A leaders hoping to end their 44 match unbeaten run domestically.

“It is going to be a little strange to play Juventus-Roma without Del Piero. I would’ve liked to face him again so we could retire together," said Totti.

“Without doubt Del Piero will be missed by Italian football. The important thing is I’m still here!

“Of course there is rivalry with the Bianconeri and that’s only normal. After all, this is not a game like any other. I’d put it as the second most important fixture, right behind the derby.

“We will try to face it with a carefree attitude so we can put in a great performance.”


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