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Profile of the Italian footballer Simone Pepe, who currently plays as a midfielder at Juventus. The 31-year old player Pepe joined Juventus from Udinese and wears the number 7 shirt.

Simone Pepe
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        (Squad number 7)

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Simone Pepe Career
2001–2003Roma0(0)
2002Lecco (loan)5(0)
2002–2003Teramo (loan)31(11)
2003–2006Palermo22(1)
2004–2005Piacenza (loan)30(12)
2006–2010Udinese104(16)
2006–2007Cagliari (loan)36(3)
2010–Juventus73(11)

2001Italy U171(1)
2001Italy U199(6)
2002–2003Italy U2013(6)
2004–2006Italy U2112(2)
2008–2011Italy23(0)

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Simone Pepe : Juventus News
“The Uruguayan was shown a straight red card and also conceded a penalty, which was scored by the substitute Simone Pepe.”
 theguardian.com  Yesterday
“Juve ran out 3-1 winners on the last day against Napoli thanks to goals from Roberto Pereyra, Stefano Sturaro and Simone Pepe.”
 Mirror  Yesterday
“Stefano Sturaro's fine individual goal restores Juventus lead with 13 minutes to go. • Napoli have Miguel Britos sent off in added time and Simone Pepe converts resulting penalty. • Before game Juventus paraded the Coppa Italia they won in midweek.”
 UEFA  2 days ago
“Amongst all that there was time for Roberto Pereyra, Stefano Sturaro and Simone Pepe to earn Juve a 3-1 win.”
 Football365  2 days ago
“Roberto Pereyra put Juventus ahead before Napoli equalised when David Lopez scored on the rebound after Lorenzo Insigne's penalty was saved. But Stefano Sturaro's goal and Simone Pepe's penalty sealed the win for Juve.”
 BBC  2 days ago
“Amongst all that there was time for Roberto Pereyra, Stefano Sturaro and Simone Pepe to earn Juve the win.”
 Sporting Life  2 days ago
“The away side's night got worse in stoppage time when Miguel Britos was sent off for headbutting Morata, while Simone Pepe sealed the points for Juventus in the dying seconds when he converted the resulting penalty.”
 Sports Mole  2 days ago
“He head-butted Morata for a red card and, as the ball was still in play and it was in the box, Juve also received a penalty. Simone Pepe converted it to say goodbye to the club with his first Serie A goal for three years.”
 Yahoo Sport  2 days ago
Simone Pepe Career Honours
  • Palermo: Serie B: 2003–04
  • Juventus: Serie A: 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Juventus: Supercoppa Italiana: 2012, 2013
  • Juventus: Coppa Italia: 2014–15; Runner-up 2011–12

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Rubinho Gianluigi Buffon
    Marco Storari
    Defenders
    Patrice Evra Stephan Lichtsteiner
    Luca Marrone Martin Caceres
    Andrea Barzagli Leonardo Bonucci
    Angelo Ogbonna Giorgio Chiellini
    Midfielders
    Kwadwo Asamoah Simone Pepe
    Federico Mattiello Simone Padoin
    Marco Motta Roberto Pereyra
    Romulo Claudio Marchisio
    Arturo Vidal Andrea Pirlo
    Paul Pogba
    Forwards
    Alvaro Morata Kingsley Coman
    Fernando Llorente Carlos Tevez
    Sebastian Giovinco
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