Ranocchia firing up his team: “It all starts tomorrow”

Ranocchia firing up his team: “It all starts tomorrow”
August 22, 2015 22:27
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He might not play from the first minute in tomorrow’s clash, but that doesn’t stop Andrea Ranocchia from trying to get his teammates fired up on social media ahead of the first game of the season: “Sometimes, the winner is simply a dreamer who never gave up. It all starts tomorrow!“.

Source: FcInterNews.it

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