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Juventus Unveils New Logo In Milan, Draws Mixed Reaction On Social Media

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 01 / 18 / 17

Juventus unveiled a "bold new club crest that will be officially adopted" in July, according to Callum Davis of the London TELEGRAPH. The "minimalist new design was revealed at a star-studded event" in Milan. Juventus President Andrea Agnelli claimed the logo was "over a year in the making" and...

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