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Seven

In bocca al lupo, Fabio.
Jun 25, 2003
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corriere dello sport's last 3 days:
- allegri offered his resignation, agnelli had to convince him to stay
- dybala-icardi swap
- paratici wants conte for next season

i bet all of this is 100% bullshit. fuck you zazzaroni. @Mark
Trading Dybala for Icardi is like swapping your cute girlfriend of five years for a pornstar. It seems like it would be a thrill at first, but it would quickly prove to be the wrong decision.

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Wittl

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Feb 21, 2017
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Trading Dybala for Icardi is like swapping your cute girlfriend of five years for a pornstar. It seems like it would be a thrill at first, but it would quickly prove to be the wrong decision.

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Imo it's way worse, because I really don't see the thrill at first when signing Icardi.
 

Seven

In bocca al lupo, Fabio.
Jun 25, 2003
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Imo it's way worse, because I really don't see the thrill at first when signing Icardi.
You're telling me you're not excited about Icardi's dick sucking talents after all the training he got with Wanda's strap on?

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Kyle

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Sep 4, 2006
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You're telling me you're not excited about Icardi's dick sucking talents after all the training he got with Wanda's strap on?

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I dont see wanda as the strapon wielding type tbh though possibly bdsm oriented. She prefers to be the one receiving degrading sex for sure imo.
 

juve123

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Aug 10, 2017
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It is surprising that he was sacked since Roma are three points behind inter and most of the signings made by monchi have been flop

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EDF can be considered for the position of juve coach if Allegri leaves
 
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Ronn

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May 3, 2012
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who saw that coming

ranieri in stand-by
Honestly I was hoping they don't sack him. He couldn't do much with the squad he was given. If Monchi to Arsenal rumors are true, he was the one who should've been fired on the spot.

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When we wanted to appoint Allegri in 2014 everyone was saying the same thing
EDF is not the main party responsible for Roma's current situation, but he's not blameless either. He kept changing the formation.
 
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MikeM

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Sep 21, 2008
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Roma's back line under EDF has been all over the place. One CB is playing a trap, one is covering. Fullbacks are never in line. Sometimes they are playing high against a 9 man team and they concede. Sometimes they are playing 3 at the back with players who never play.

I thought Roma's organization all year has been really poor. Huge gaps in midfield every match.

I don't really know what the thought was against Porto. It was like a 3-4-2-1 and Porto scored almost immediately. Just play 4-5-1 and counter, game is over.
 

juve123

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Aug 10, 2017
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Honestly I was hoping they don't sack him. He couldn't do much with the squad he was given. If Monchi to Arsenal rumors are true, he was the one who should've been fired on the spot.

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EDF is not the main party responsible for Roma's current situation, but he's not blameless either. He kept changing the formation.
Obviously Roma midfield has been in disarray due to the signing of nzonzi and cristante plus dzeko has not been in the same form as well as the flop signing of Olsen and Schick
 

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