Juventus’ Paul Pogba reacts during a Serie A soccer match between Roma and Juventus, at Rome's Olympic stadium, Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015. (AP Photo/Riccardo De Luca)
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Juventus appear to be suffering from a predictable early season slump in the wake of a summer spent fumbling around the transfer market in a bid to rebuild a team that had grown to dominate Serie A.Juve have captured four straight league titles, including runaway wins in the last two seasons, but have seen their strangehold loosened in just eight days with back-to-back losses at the start of the 2015-16 campaign.The lackluster start, however, can hardly be deemed as that big a surprise following the loss of three influential players, and the heart of last season's team, during the summer.Khedira, sadly, has already suffered another of the nagging injuries which plagued his last season at Real Madrid and is out for another two months.
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