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Leonardo Bonucci: I have the greatest respect for Roma


Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has apologised for his reaction following last Sunday's win at home against Roma.

The 27-year-old wrote "Rinse your mouth" on his Twitter account followed by a number of hash tags including "to the end Forza Juventus", "winning is the only thing that counts", "3 points" and "enjoy it now."

But speaking during a press conference for the Italian national team, the defender said his actions meant no harm.

"Whoever follows Bonucci and Juventus knows that the way I celebrate is dedicated to friends," Bonucci said during his press conference.

"I didn't want to attack anybody.

"I have the greatest respect for the supporters of Roma, the players, the club and their general manager Walter Sabatini."

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