Mauro Camoranesi might be a strong character and blessed with a massive figure but the Argentine born Italian international player is massively injury prone. He reluctantly remained with Juventus last season when the Italian giants were relegated to the Italian Serie A after being convicted in the 2006 summer’s Calciopoli scandal. The World Cup winner must have been eager to make a huge impression with Juve this season in the Serie A but that has been put on hold.
The player’s injury demons have once again reared their ugly heads and Camoranesi has been able to start just 6 league games so far this season due to string of thigh injuries and has been out of footballing action since November end. But according to Goal.com, Camoranesi is ready to return to the pitch and underlines February as the month when he makes his comeback from injury and help Juventus to another scudetto triumph.
I have to be ready for February. This time I don’t want to risk it. The other times I pushed a little to force an early return to the field and paid the consequences. I feel responsible for my mistakes and want to avoid them this time around. I had already had some problems over the summer and could not train the way I wanted to, but I have never dragged a muscular injury on for this long.
Camoranesi is confident that Juve can fight for the Serie A title till the end of the season and even win it. But would Juve indeed be able to? Well, they could do so should you remove a certain Inter Milan from the equation.