The Juventus shirt is not used by the Italian national team at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
That was decided after the player received the jersey of the country he played for, and the decision was made after the first day of the World Cup.
It was a difficult decision, according to coach Maurizio Sarri, and it was made because of the jersey being worn by the Juventus striker Sergio Agüero, who scored in the 2-1 win over Celta Vigo.
The shirt was worn by Agüeros teammates, and was not meant to be worn by a player who did not play for Juventus.
It is important to note that the jersey was never worn by one of the team members who did play for the team.
The player who wore it, Agüeri, was a member of the Brazil squad, which is coached by the former head coach Paulo Bento.
It is understood that the Italian FA has been in contact with the Juventus president over the shirt and that it will not be used for the Olympics.
“The shirt has been the subject of discussion with the national association of the national team and its president, Silvio Berlusconi, but the decision has not been taken yet,” a source at the Juventus official website told AS.
“The decision was not taken for the World Cups, but for the Rio Olympics.”
The shirt was originally worn by Italy captain Gigi Buffon in the 1986 World Cup final against France.
The Juventus team has had some difficulties with the jersey since its introduction.
In 2011, the shirt was used by Italian international Simone Zaza as a symbol of respect to the Italian players during the World War II.
Zaza’s shirt was replaced by a blue jersey, but was replaced with a red jersey for the rest of the tournament.
After the 2011 World Cup, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) and the Italian Ministry of Sport decided to replace the jersey with a white shirt.
The decision was reportedly made after Zaza was criticised for wearing the jersey during the final against Spain.
While it is not known whether Zaza would have been wearing the shirt in the 2012 World Cup had he not been suspended for a year for biting Italy’s Gianluigi Buffon during the match.
This year, the jersey has been used by Gianluisi Buffon, who is also the player who scored the opening goal against France at the World Championship.
At the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the team wore a black jersey, and this year the shirt has not featured in any of the matches.