SoccerAge.com's exclusive network got its ambitious tentacles on Juventus general manager Luciano Moggi this afternoon, who kindly outlined his thoughts on the Champions League group Juve were placed in together with Feyenoord, Dinamo Kiev, and Newcastle United.
"It's hard to comment this draw. It will be a good group if we make it through. We will face teams that all have a great past, having won something in Europe. They are all difficult adversaries, who more, who less. However we have a serious danger to face, something that Inter and Milan don't have, as they partook in the preliminary phase. The Milanese teams are in fact already in-form; we instead, like AS Roma, have only played friendly matches so far, so we will have some difficulties against teams that already began their championship campaigns. Ultimately, it's not an impossible group," said Moggi.
On a separate note, the Juventus general manager also told SoccerAge.com sister site Rete.it that he expects the Serie A to start on September 15th.
"Yes, I believe it will start on that date. But it's impossible to predict things. That is the expected date, let's see what happens," added one of calcio's most powerful men.