After being humbled by Fulham in the Europa League and having continued to suffer a miserable season in Serie A, Italian football giants Juventus have decided to do something about it. They clearly need cash for new players, not to mention a new coach, so have turned to betting company Betclic to “maximise their sponsorship revenues”. Intriguingly, Betclic will only sponsor their home shirts – the second kit sponsors remain unknown. There’s nothing like brand loyalty, eh? Read more.
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