Serie A 2018/19 (13 Viewers)

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Strickland

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May 17, 2019
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European DNA mutated lol

So happy they missed Top 4 -- half decent players are refusing them left and right.
They are definitely missing CL next season as well.
European DNA mutated lol

So happy they missed Top 4 -- half decent players are refusing them left and right.
They are definitely missing CL next season as well.
dunno, I like their new coach, I wouldn't write them off yet, they might be able to win the battle for 3rd and 4th with Napoli, Roma, Atalanta and Lazio. no way they finish ahead of us or Inter though
 

Ronn

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May 3, 2012
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Not sure what you guys are happy about. Milan got away with a slap on the wrist. Instead of signing a settlement that would limit their spending for several years they withdrew from EL which is really no big deal.
 

tosh_rose

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Inter Are Once Again Striking Fear Into The Hearts Of The Competition As Juve & Roma Collaborate

Gazzetta dello Sport are of the belief that Juventus and Roma are actively teaming up to try and stall Inter from achieving their transfer market ambitions.

The arrivals of both Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta and Antonio Conte at Inter shows the Nerazzurri’s intentions of putting an end to Juventus’s reign over Italian football.
Roma and Juventus have already agreed a deal which will see Luca Pellegrini go one way and Leonardo Spinazzola the other.
Roma have also joined the race to sign one of Inter’s top transfer targets Nicolo Barella and these moves have led to Edin Dzeko’s proposed move to Inter stalling.

The report then goes on to state that the comparisons between Beppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici have urged the two to try rise above one another.
In fact, talks for Mauro Icardi and Paulo Dybala have not yet taken flight due to the Bianconeri’s intention to slow down Inter’s progress.

Furthermore, more news has begun to surface regarding the possible transfer of Gonzalo Higuain to the capital as well. The Zhang family are aware of the challenges ahead of them but they trust Marotta. There is no longer satisfaction from simply qualifying for the Champions League and the rest of Serie A knows this.

fucking Rubentus slowin down Inter progress... :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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That is some tin foil hat shit from some spastic interista getting flustered in his bedroom.

The fuck Spina-Pellegrini has to do with Dzeko chump change, or Juve not trading Dybala to them.
 

Orgut

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Dec 31, 2002
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Inter Are Once Again Striking Fear Into The Hearts Of The Competition As Juve & Roma Collaborate

Gazzetta dello Sport are of the belief that Juventus and Roma are actively teaming up to try and stall Inter from achieving their transfer market ambitions.

The arrivals of both Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta and Antonio Conte at Inter shows the Nerazzurri’s intentions of putting an end to Juventus’s reign over Italian football.
Roma and Juventus have already agreed a deal which will see Luca Pellegrini go one way and Leonardo Spinazzola the other.
Roma have also joined the race to sign one of Inter’s top transfer targets Nicolo Barella and these moves have led to Edin Dzeko’s proposed move to Inter stalling.

The report then goes on to state that the comparisons between Beppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici have urged the two to try rise above one another.
In fact, talks for Mauro Icardi and Paulo Dybala have not yet taken flight due to the Bianconeri’s intention to slow down Inter’s progress.

Furthermore, more news has begun to surface regarding the possible transfer of Gonzalo Higuain to the capital as well. The Zhang family are aware of the challenges ahead of them but they trust Marotta. There is no longer satisfaction from simply qualifying for the Champions League and the rest of Serie A knows this.

fucking Rubentus slowin down Inter progress... :lol: :lol: :lol:
Inter striking fear?!
I dont know about that but I do know that a season is played over 38 games and in the end Juve win the scudetto..
 

Amer

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Feb 13, 2005
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Rubbish article.

But with Conte and Godin already in, they gained a lot and can easily finish 2nd.

If they want to fight us, Marotta will have to bring in lot more quality players. I expect him to do so in the next year and a half.
 
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