Juventus coach Antonio Conte signed
a new contract with the Serie A champions on Thursday which will
keep him at the club until 2015.
Conte, who returned to his old club last May after guiding
Siena to promotion from Serie B, enjoyed a spectacular first
season at Juve.
The Turin giants went the entire Serie A season unbeaten,
becoming the first team to do so in the current 38-game format,
and took the title from AC Milan in the penultimate round of
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