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    26.11.2013 19:36 - in: Events S

    A special visit to J-Museum

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    Calabria-based team Koa Bosco, an amateur side made up of young African footballers, are guests of Pavel Nedved and Juventus at the club’s museum

    Koa Bosco, a team of African players from Rosarno’s refugee camps who compete in the Calabrian third tier, were welcomed to Juventus Stadium today to enjoy a special tour of J-Museum.

    Led by Roberto Benuti, priest at Padua’s Sant’Antonio church in the parish of Bosco di Rosarno and founder of the team, the entire group were in Turin to film a programme for television channel Rai.

    And whilst in the Bianconeri’s home city, they were given a tour of the club’s museum by an extra-special guest who was able to tell them from his own experience all they wanted to know about Juventus: Pavel Nedved.

    Their visit was topped off with an exchange of shirts, with a yellow Koa Bosco number 11 going to Pavel and a personalised Juventus number 10 handed over in return as a souvenir of an unforgettable day.

     

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