[Serie A, 28th round] JUVENTUS 2-1 AC Milan [10th March, 2017] - Juventus Matches - Juventuz Forums - Page 26

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandeGigi View Post
    Luckily the ref had the balls to follow through on it.
    The guy deserves a watch.


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    Conte - Brought us back to the top of Italy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero_Aus View Post
    So there's reports that Milan players smashed up the lockerooms and damaged signs with the Juventus logo Butthurt maggot vermin. I'm so glad that they are burning this badly.
    Disgusting behavior, the $#@!ing petulance in the fans is common but the players as well? so much for being role models for their ugly young fans. Milan better pay for the damages.

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    http://www.football-italia.net/99503...ventus-stadium

    $#@!ing hooligans.They imitate Napoli fans.That's all you can do scumbags .
    Repeat that Muntari ghost goal.It will help you to overcome the defeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhRoZeN View Post
    Disgusting behavior, the $#@!ing petulance in the fans is common but the players as well? so much for being role models for their ugly young fans. Milan better pay for the damages.

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    If the damage inflicted in juve lockers is considered vandalism, then Milan will pay the entirity of the damages. Vandalism is a punishable offense and Milan would not be interested in Juve handing the matter to the authorities.

    In the end, we are always the ones to collect. They, on the other hand, are the ones who stand in the streets and wait for a rich Chinese man to pick them up... I believe there is a word for that.

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    Respect to Montella for showing good sportsmanship in post match interview.

    He dismissed talks about the penalty, analyzed the game well and accepted defeat like a man.

    Can't remember the last manager who lost a derby to us and did not try to blame the reff.
    "Vincere non e' importante. E' l'unica cosa che conta”

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUKAC View Post
    http://www.football-italia.net/99503...ventus-stadium

    $#@!ing hooligans.They imitate Napoli fans.That's all you can do scumbags .
    Repeat that Muntari ghost goal.It will help you to overcome the defeat.
    Haha they are s$#@!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    Respect to Montella for showing good sportsmanship in post match interview.

    He dismissed talks about the penalty, analyzed the game well and accepted defeat like a man.

    Can't remember the last manager who lost a derby to us and did not try to blame the reff.
    True.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    Respect to Montella for showing good sportsmanship in post match interview.

    He dismissed talks about the penalty, analyzed the game well and accepted defeat like a man.

    Can't remember the last manager who lost a derby to us and did not try to blame the reff.

    Don't fall for that. He said "refs makes mistakes". That's basically saying that the penalty was a mistake.
    He is just playing the "please keep me in mind for the life after Allegri" card, while making a subtle statement that the ref made a mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art^ View Post
    Don't fall for that. He said "refs makes mistakes". That's basically saying that the penalty was a mistake.
    He is just playing the "please keep me in mind for the life after Allegri" card, while making a subtle statement that the ref made a mistake.
    Lol, when did you become his psychologist?

    I think he was quite respectable and even said it was a deserved result in the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Klovn View Post
    They used to be normal people no little whining girls... Being a poor side didn't justify them and I'm proud we didn't become like that after Moratti's show
    "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity". E.A.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    Lol, when did you become his psychologist?

    I think he was quite respectable and even said it was a deserved result in the end.
    Never said anything about me being a psychologist. But I do have a BA in Human Psychology, so you could argue that I am in fact qualified to follow that path if I wish so. Thank you very much.

    Anyway, interviews in football are like politics. Everyone plays mind games. If you think he didn't have an alternate motives, then I am happy for you bliss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUKAC View Post
    http://www.football-italia.net/99503...ventus-stadium

    $#@!ing hooligans.They imitate Napoli fans.That's all you can do scumbags .
    Repeat that Muntari ghost goal.It will help you to overcome the defeat.
    I hope they get any kind of infraction. Those guys r profesional for god sake and they r settling a very bad preceding
    "I became insane, with long intervals of horrible sanity". E.A.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art^ View Post
    Never said anything about me being a psychologist. But I do have a BA in Human Psychology, so you could argue that I am in fact qualified to follow that path if I wish so. Thank you very much.

    Anyway, interviews in football are like politics. Everyone plays mind games. If you think he didn't have an alternate motives, then I am happy for you bliss.
    Well, with all these conspiracy theories and bitterness you sound more like a child than a person with a balanced view of what actually was being said.

    Most people I meet in university's these days are self important, narrow minded sheeps of the system anyway. So i don't envy your degree one bit.

    Enjoy your day.
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    I just re watch the game .From 88minute till the penalty we should put three at least. Higuain, that chances.Clear,very clear.He did everything rightly.And that penalty .Handball clear as clear water.Not a single doubt of that.And that penalty was given at 94 min and 16 sec.It was rightfully extended cause of Sosa red when he goes out for nearly a minute.So it wasn't at 97 minute like they say.They were arguing with
    Massa for two minutes.Suck it Milan,suck it deep.We should put 3-4 goals easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    Well, with all these conspiracy theories and bitterness you sound more like a child than a person with a balanced view of what actually was being said.

    Most people I meet in university's these days are self important, narrow minded sheeps of the system anyway. So i don't envy your degree one bit.

    Enjoy your day.
    Never in any words did I mention anything about being a psychologist. Nor have I ever expressed any conspiracy theories, merely skepticism towards semantics.

    You did however bring a smile to my face when you called me a child - and the very next second - you labeled the majority of post-grad students of being narrow-minded sheep in a system. That was so awesome, you insanely deep-minded, mature grown-up man!

    Enjoy your day.

    Is there an emoji of a wolf somewhere? I only get sheeps

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zacheryah View Post
    We wanted to rotate players agaist this lesser team to get them ready for the big european tie.


    Allegri decided to keep the 4-2-3-1 and played Pjaca, but re-inforced it significantly.


    Asamoah's huge workrate but no offence on the leftback, an ultra defensive barzagli on the rigtback, and a wingback on rightwing




    Dont expect this to happen in games were we arent rotating. But Pjaca played very good imo. He just decided to finish like Amauri
    You have no shame. Either you acknowledge your mistake and grow out of this or your opinion is invalid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Art^ View Post
    Never in any words did I mention anything about being a psychologist. Nor have I ever expressed any conspiracy theories, merely skepticism towards semantics.

    You did however bring a smile to my face when you called me a child - and the very next second - you labeled the majority of post-grad students of being narrow-minded sheep in a system. That was so awesome, you insanely deep-minded, mature grown-up man!

    Enjoy your day.

    Is there an emoji of a wolf somewhere? I only get sheeps

    Not an emoji, but seems fitting for a "psychologist"
    "Vincere non e' importante. E' l'unica cosa che conta”

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    Not an emoji, but seems fitting for a "psychologist"
    I liked the first one better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiocataGrande View Post
    Respect to Montella for showing good sportsmanship in post match interview.

    He dismissed talks about the penalty, analyzed the game well and accepted defeat like a man.

    Can't remember the last manager who lost a derby to us and did not try to blame the reff.
    Yeah, this should be highlighted. The Milan players, or at least a lot of them, are young kids aged 18-22. They left their hearts on the pitch and I can imagine how important it would have been for them to be the first team in a while to stop Juve in Turin. They wrongfully think that they were robbed by the ref and that's why they exploded like this, but I can forgive them with ease due to their age and the adrenaline.
    But the coach and the directors are there to calm everyone down, especially after they re-watch the incidents and realize that everything was clear. We need much more of these statements, like the one from Montella.

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    In Italy they're so desperate that they clearly ignore the first penalty and light offside by Bacca just to say the same things "robbers,end of football etc etc" they're so cute.
    They can't stand it that we over win year after year without signs of leaving a hope for the rest.

    hahahahhah

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