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Gianluigi Buffon: “The fire inside me is always blazing”

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Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has said that “the fire inside me is always blazing. It resembles I remember my adolescence”.

Buffon has as of late recharged his deal for another year and is relied upon to turn into the record holder of Serie A nearness as Juve meets Torino on Saturday in the Derby Della Mole.

The 41-year-old said on Instagram to Randstad Italia via Football Italia: “Despite everything that has, the fire is blazing inside me. I keep on playing because I feel better and I’m serious, and I always want to improve. The second I was a No 1, the passion became work, a dedication not to look bad and to stay at the peak. I put the fun in a safe spot for 15 years. Maybe I’m resuscitating my youth now as an ‘oldie.’ It is my key to how I will proceed onward.”

He continued saying: “I’ve celebrated small successes in the course of the last 12 years of my life, and learned a great deal about the misfortunes. It appears to be easy when you’re accustomed to winning. The successes have a small impact on you in that way yet the pain of failing endures. With this, I have to try to make peace, or I chance never leaving.”

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