Serie A 2020-21 (72 Viewers)

streak over. tuZ ''preference'', scudetto .


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Nov 25, 2005
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Call it an experience of a long-time football follower. Since the first matches of the season, and even during their failed CL campaign, I couldn't see a team that is going to self-destruct later in the season. Only improve.
Inter were usually falling around December-January. Not this time. We are in almost in March and they're gaining form, just like any well-coached team does.
I agree except for one factor: if we get a break from injuries and keep winning games they might eventually crumble under pressure.
 

pavluska

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Apr 25, 2013
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16 rounds is a lot. Things can look diff in just a couple.

Whether inte* will implode is another matter.

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Call it an experience of a long-time football follower. Since the first matches of the season, and even during their failed CL campaign, I couldn't see a team that is going to self-destruct later in the season. Only improve.
Inter were usually falling around December-January. Not this time. We are in almost in March and they're gaining form, just like any well-coached team does.
This season did start a month or so late. But yeah, don't see a big drop like before, maybe a little drop.
 

Strickland

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May 17, 2019
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Call it an experience of a long-time football follower. Since the first matches of the season, and even during their failed CL campaign, I couldn't see a team that is going to self-destruct later in the season. Only improve.
Inter were usually falling around December-January. Not this time. We are in almost in March and they're gaining form, just like any well-coached team does.
Take a look at their last season, it was not December-January, Inter under Conte was going strong until mid-February, round 23, they were first in the table, their record was 16W-6D-1L which is 90 point season pace, championship winning stuff. Two losses in back to back 6 point games against Lazio and Juve, they drop to 3rd, Covid interrupts the league and bam Inter never recover from that blow, finishing the season with multiple slip-ups.

We need to steadily rack up our points, they'll eventually fuck up a game or two and when we close in on them panic sets in as usual, it's still in our hands. However, my gut feeling also is that Inter will win the league, but not because they're gonna run away with it on some championship winning form, Pirlo will just rookie his way to an embarrassing 2nd-3rd place finish.
 
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Orgut

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Dec 31, 2002
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Bookies made Roma favorite over Milan (at least at my country)
I also think Milan are going to drop points against Roma but I still rate the chances of a Milan win higher than a Roma win.

Meanwhile Inter should have it easy against sorry Genoa..
 

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