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Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer, an extra motivation for the children at the Juventus Torino football camp

Juventus Torino fans have a new idol after Cristiano Ronaldo signed the contract with the Italian champion. The transfer of the world’s best football player is an extra motivation for the children participating in the Juventus Torino Training Camp Romania football camp, which begins on Sunday, July 15, in Bucharest. They will be trained for performance by three Italian coaches, who implement the Juventus Torino training methods in Bucharest. The training program takes place between July 15-27, 2018, at the Regal Sport Coresi sports center in Bucharest.


The football camp is brought to Romania for the first time by Luigino Pellegrini, the former agent of the great football player Roberto Baggio. “I am proud to bring Juventus Torino to Romania for a two-week football camp. Our goal is to support performance and young talents in Romania, and for this we brought some of the best Italian coaches for children and juniors. Juventus is the most famous team in Italy and is renowned for the Junior Academy. It is a plus for the Romanian children and for their future performance”, said Luigino Pellegrini. One of the three Italian coaches is Eugenio Astorino Tutoli himself, the Technical Manager of the Juventus Torino Football and Sports School, who holds the UEFA B license and studied at Juventus University.

He has trained children and teenagers in Juventus Torino football camps held in England, Slovakia (twice), the Netherlands, Belgium, Albania, Switzerland and the USA, the football camp in Romania being the 9th such experience for him. In his turn, Carlo Buonopane holds the UEFA B license, he studied at Juventus University and trained children and teenagers in 20 Juventus Torino football camps in Canada (Calgary, Montreal, Toronto), Chile, Tanzania, the Netherlands, Paraguay, Jordan, Macedonia, Belgium, Switzerland and participated in all the training camps organized at the Juventus Torino center between 2009 and 2017. Antonio is also a senior coach at the Juventus Football Academy in Dubai, holds the UEFA B license, has a Masters degree in Sport Business Strategy and Law Studies.

He also graduated from the Juventus Torino International Coach Academy (2017) and trained children and teenagers in football camps in the USA (Chicago), Albania (Tirana) and Italy. Along with the Italian coaches, Romanian coaches will also participate in the training program, for support. Juventus Torino Training Camp offers young football players aged 7 to 16 the chance of a unique experience: to spend one week in the equipment of the legendary Italian team and to learn some of the secrets of the famous football school. The program includes 22 technical and tactical trainings, some of which are open to the public. The Juventus Torino Training Camp will take place in two series, at the Regal Sport-Coresi Sports Center in Bucharest, from July 15 to 27, 2018.

For details, please access www.juventus.com/campromania and the Facebook and Instagram pages.

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