The Ghanaian believes the Old Lady can turn the tables around to reach the knockout stage of the elite inter-club competition of Europe.
Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah is optimistic Juventus can resurrect their dying Uefa Champions League fortunes when they play FC Copenhagen in Turin next week.
The Italian giants have their faith hanging by a thread in Group B after three draws and a defeat and have a great deal of work on their hand to do to survive.
We didn't start well this season. Last season was ok for us after what we did to Chelsea and the rest of the teams, but if you are playing against Real (Madrid) and Galatasaray you have to be at your best and that is what we are looking out for, Asamoah told Football411.
The past games are behind us and we are looking for the rest ahead of us. We want to beat the rest of the teams to pick one of the spot for the next round of the competition.
We want to play for our fans and that is what we will do against Galatasaray and the rest of the teams.
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