Juventus coach Antonio Conte celebrates at the end of the Serie A soccer match between Udinese and Juventus at the Friuli Stadium in Udine, Italy, Monday, April 14 2014. Juventus won 2 - 0. (AP Photo/Paolo Giovannini)
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On the verge of winning a third straight Serie A title, Juventus have two further objectives – winning their first major European trophy in nearly two decades and keeping hold of coach Antonio Conte.Juve host relegation-threatened Bologna on Easter Saturday having won all their 16 home games this season before Roma, eight points behind the leaders with five games to go, face fourth-placed Fiorentina in Florence. Should Juventus win Saturday and then away at struggling Sassuolo and at home to Europa League-chasing Atalanta, the league title will be theirs. Juve are by far the biggest and best-supported club in Italy but lag way behind seven-time European champions AC Milan in terms of continental honors.A domestic and European double would be especially sweet for captain Gianluigi Buffon, who was close to leaving Juve for Roma in 2011 after a decade at the club.
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