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Elkann dismisses Inter achievements

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Juventus chief Lapo Elkann has launched a stinging attack on Serie A leaders Internazionale - declaring that their past two Scudetti are "fake."

Despite finishing third in Serie A in 2006, the Nerazzurri took the title after Juventus were relegated and AC Milan docked points following the match-fixing scandal. While they won the trophy the following year on the field, some feel the achievement was tarnished as Milan started the season with an eight-point deficit and Juventus were in Serie B.

"Let´s see if this year Inter can win the Scudetto on the pitch," Elkann told Sky Italia. "Inter are fortunate to have a great squad at their disposal. I don´t want to criticise others but the only thing I feel like saying is that the Scudetto they won because of our misfortune isn´t a real Scudetto and they know it."

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