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Italy legend Alessandro Del Piero backs team to 'do well' at Euro 2016

Alessandro Del Piero is convinced Italy can do well at Euro 2016 this summer.

Talking at the opening of an exhibition the 2006 World Cup winner said: "The Azzurri find themselves in the ideal conditions to do well.

"They are not favourites, but they have the right amount of pressure; the group is solid and has very clear ideas.

"A shared sense of purpose is fundamental, and everything's possible.

"This is especially true at a Euros, as demonstrated by Denmark or Greece. When the group is united...

Alessandro Del Piero backs A-League's plans to recruit more marquee players

World Cup winner Alessandro Del Piero is the biggest name to have played in the A-League.

Football Federation Australia's plans to help recruit and finance marquee talent has won backing from the biggest A-League player of all, Alessandro Del Piero.

The legendary Italian forward, lured to Australia by Sydney FC, says spending up big on elite talent is crucial to the growth of the A-League, which has stagnated this season going by crowd figures and armchair audiences.

"As a marquee player, you create a lot of energy," he said on Wednesday morning from Los Angeles.

"Having good marquee...

 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero denied Turin city honour

Del Piero joined Juve aged 19 and became a European champion at the club and a world champion with his country.

Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero has been denied honorary citizenship of Turin after a vote was snubbed by the opposition party in the Italian city.

The 40-year-old, who spent almost two decades on the books with the Bianconeri, scoring 208 goals for the club before moving to Sydney FC in 2012, was put forward for honorary citizenship last year and a vote was taken on Monday.

However, the entire opposition party in the Turin council abstained from the vote, meaning the required majority to honour...

 By Ben Gladwell

Alessandro Del Piero's move to Delhi Dynamos sparks diplomatic debate

Alessandro Del Piero has agreed to join Indian side the Delhi Dynamos.

Alessandro Del Piero's decision to join the new Indian Super League has sparked a political debate back home in Italy.

With two Italian military personnel currently being held in an Indian jail under suspicion of shooting dead two local fishermen, relations between the two nations are frayed.

And as a result, Del Piero's announcement on Thursday night that he had agreed to join the Delhi Dynamos has therefore drawn condemnation.

"He doesn't need the money or the fame," said politician Giorgia Meloni,...

 By Ben Gladwell

Alessandro Del Piero could move to Indian Super League

Alessandro Del Piero is still being feverishly pursued at the age of 39.

Alessandro Del Piero will reveal his future in the next few days with the former Juventus and Sydney FC forward now being linked with a move to India.

The 39-year-old recently insisted he can carry on playing for at least another year and he had been in talks with Hungarian side Honved, who had offered him the legendary No. 10 shirt worn by Ferenc Puskas.

The Delhi Dynamos are the latest club to have offered the 2006 World Cup winner a contract for their inaugural Indian Super League season, which...

 By Ben Gladwell

Alessandro Del Piero to play on

Alessandro Del Piero has revealed he is hoping to prolong his playing career.

Alessandro Del Piero has revealed he plans to play on for another year, insisting he is not ready to retire yet.

Del Piero's playing contract with Sydney FC expired earlier this year and the 39-year-old, who had worked as a pundit for Sky Sport Italia during the World Cup in Brazil, was expected to hang up his boots.

However, the former Juventus forward, who won the World Cup with Italy in 2006, told "I've now got to see exactly what's best for me, but I want to carry on playing....