How to avoid the ‘crisis of the moment’

Infront of the football stadium in Turin, the Italian football team is preparing to face the biggest game of the season on Saturday, the Champions League Final.

It’s going to be a big game, as it has been for the last two years.

With four games left, the team has won three and drawn two.

Last season, they were beaten 4-1 at home by Juventus, and their fans have been left to speculate whether that could be the end of their Champions League campaign.

At the end, they have been able to say that they will be in Turino for the final, which will be played in front of a sell-out crowd of around 25,000.

The club’s owner is Italian, and he’s been talking about a possible move away from Turin for some time, but this is the first time he’s officially made his intentions public.

“It’s the biggest club in the world, it’s the best in the league, and it’s a great club,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

I will stay with the club for a few more years. “

But I’m in Turini and if I want to stay, we need to have a dialogue.

I want it to be something that is fun for everyone.” “

I’m not going to leave because I want a job, I just want to be able to support the team.

I want it to be something that is fun for everyone.”

The atmosphere at the Bernabeu is not the same as it was last season, and that’s the main reason why fans are leaving.

It has been an amazing run for the club, winning six league titles, three European Cups, and a World Cup in recent years.

However, they lost a very important player in the summer.

The player is Giorgio Chiellini, who joined in 2009.

Chiella left for Juventus and was a great player for the team, but the club did not give him a contract extension.

In the end they gave Chiello another chance, and in 2013 he was the player who helped the team to the title.

This year they won two trophies and have the second-best defence in the Champions the League.

But that’s not enough for the fans.

“We’re not happy with the way things are going, and we have the possibility to move.

I can’t change it, but we’ll see what happens,” said Antonio Gazzi, the former player.

“At the moment, we have two strikers who are out of contract.

It is a pity because I’ve had the best season of my career.

We’re talking about the team with all the problems we have in front.

I think we’ll be fine.”

Chielli is one of the key players that have contributed to the success of the team in recent seasons.

He was a key part of the midfield in the years between 2012 and 2016, but he’s left for Manchester United.

“Chiella was the main man for the past two years,” explained Gazza.

“He was a very special player for us, he’s still a very good player, but for him it’s not a good moment for Turin.”

And that’s where the problem lies.

The fact that the team does not have the funds to pay him is one factor, but also the fact that he is no longer at the club.

The team has had to borrow money from other sources, which they’ve managed to do, but they also have a debt of €40 million.

“They have already been paying for Chie’s salary for five years,” said Gazzia.

The money has been given to Inter, but no one has managed to get the money to repay the loan. “

All this is going to happen because they have no money.

The money has been given to Inter, but no one has managed to get the money to repay the loan.

It will happen because the club has not been able find a buyer.”

As the season ends, Gazzie will have a final chance to make a final decision, but if he can’t do so he will have to leave the club and sign for another club.

It might not be a bad decision for the players, but it will be a tough one for fans, who have been waiting for him to make the move.

“The only thing we need is a coach, so he has to be very well respected by the fans,” said Gianluca Sforza, the current owner of the club with his brother Francesco.

“There are a lot of people who are happy for him, but not everybody is.

It can’t be easy.

He has to understand his place and do everything for the Turin team.”

Gazziani did not respond to a request for comment.

“In the end we will decide,”