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Titelstrijd Serie A in coronatijd kan slijtageslag worden

Nog geen twee maanden na de coronapiek in Italië maakt een van de zwaarst getroffen landen in Europa zich op voor de hervatting van het voetbalseizoen. De ontknoping van de Serie A zal uitmonden in een slijtageslag waarbij de hegemonie van Juventus doorbroken kan worden door Lazio en Internazionale.
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