Juventus legend Carl Aage Praest dies aged 89

Double Scudetto winner, who achieved fame and glory during the 1940s and 1950s, has passed away
Former Juventus winger Carl Aage Praest has died, aged 89.

Danish media outlet Sporten.dk reports Praest, who would have turned 90 in February 2012, passed away on Sunday.

Praest enjoyed an illustrious career which included winning a bronze medal at the 1948 Olympic Games in London with Denmark.

At a domestic level, the ex-midfielder played 232 games for the Turin-based giants before moving to Lazio, where he retired in 1957.

Praest, who played alongside fellow Denmark international John Hansen, won two Italian league titles during his time with the Bianconeri.

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