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[FONT=&quot]La Juventus - [/FONT][FONT=&quot]The Youth[/FONT]​
The Old Lady - La Vecchia Segnora -La Bianconeri - Historically one of the best teams in Serie AJuventus, the resilient club that lies within Italia, home of the catenaccio or Defensive Football, which has led many Italian sides to European glory be it in the Europa League, the Champions League, the World Cup or the Euro Cup.

Exactly what has happened to the Bianconeri?


Over the course of ten years Juventus was endured its worst form for its expectations, with 8 managers in that unstable timeframe.
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[FONT=&quot]1998.[/FONT]​
[FONT=&quot]Champions League Final.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Amsterdam.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]Real Madrid vs Juventus[/FONT]
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Pablo Sicius, the Real Madrid playmaker, advances on the exhausted Juventus defense.
Mijatovic signals for him to advance.
Karembeu follows Sicius through the midfield as Zinedine Zidane hopelessly attempts to retake possession.
Several tackles later, in the 66th minute, Sicius.
The through ball that perfectly slips into Mijatovic's feet.
Mijatovic takes a strike and Los Merengues claim the winning goal!

Pablo Sicius
Pablo Sicius lived in a cozy Romanian villa where he lived alongside his childhood friend, Edmund Rejalka.


Both footballers, yet with stagnant paths:

Pablo
was given a trial with Benfica at the age of 16 where they took interest and he continued training with them and regularly played practice games with the team. His family lived in Western Spain in a small province to the north named Galicia. He spent summers over in Lisbon where the Youth Coach extended his trials and commented on his great natural fitness. His work at the youth level in developing his balance and strength alongside ensuring his speed is great led him to catch the eye of Atletico Madrid, who had an amazing youth program that created quality first team members. But it wasn't merely his fitness and ability to break through tackles, but a sheer knowledge of every event on the pitch whilst he played. It was as if he had an angelic being that uttered the positions of the opposing team and of his own, so he could
create judgment of where best to pump his crisp through balls and tantalizing lobbed passes.

The man was destined to be a playmaker.


He left Benfica after trials and training sessions for 3 months over 2 years in the Atlantic Sun.
Atletico Madrid greeted him into their home, their dominion of their Youth Academy. His promising athletic abilities and matured decisions led him to start most games for the Youth squad, where his influence was made as he created many chances against the opposition for his strikers at his first game against the Celta Youth team. Sheer greatness was his potential. His performances were always top-notch, and Atletico kept the lad for three years before he was handed over to the city rivals - Real Madrid, where his career grew wings and took off.


Edmund, too, was offered a trial, but at San Cristobal des Aviles, a Christian Youth group bent on allowing teenagers to play team sports like football. He enjoyed his first few years from age 14 to 16 developing himself physically and getting used to being a Centreback. San Cristobal had given him the opportunity to play for a Semi-Professional team in Extremadura. So he spent 2 months training with Rimaures FCJ, a football club more known for its willingness to let young players partake in high intensity fitness training. Yet the unspeakable happened - his Achilles tendon - within his right leg -had been undone after rigorous training. He could be back on the pitch after 7 months due to his age and the lack of fortitude in his development, but his injury was not the last of its kind - he injured his same leg when playing for Rayos C.F. U-20s for a trial, and at 18, his form grew weak and his ligaments faltered: he was advised not to play anymore. Distraught, Edmund was still an avid football fan and kept in touch with

Pablo as he did wonders with Real Madrid.

And so Pablo looks to taking on
Italia with eyes set on finding a assistente nella gloria.
 
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It is good mate. Your setting out could do with some changes though. IMO don't use so many different sizes/styles of font and with the paragraphs, let the text go to the edge of the page.
 
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Yea I tinkered with the format not sure about it any feedback on the new format kept the normal text at size 3 and same font alternated with bigger texts

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Anyone got any suggestions for the format
 

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You've bumped your own story which you haven't updated for a week. Maybe just do another update rather than bumping it? I am sure if it is any good, people will take notice :)
 
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