Serie A 2023-24 (47 Viewers)



Sep 23, 2003
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    did you know that he used to be a juventino?

    So you're saying he's trans?

    It was clear that Maldini wanted investment to remain competitive

    And the owners basically said, "F dat. We blew our wad already on this club just to score some punani at parties as if we're interesting, relevant people. But this s%*t is worse than owning a yacht with all its upkeep."

    by any chance it be worse than 2022-23 season? :shifty::scared::wallbang:
    To be honest, I'm not sure. I think we have a good chance of worse results (-10 penalty aside) but better play, if that makes sense.


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    Mar 23, 2015
    so roma - as any other club - need some plusvalenza to balance the books. with a wild guess 32m is like 10% of their revenue probably. (juve was bullied for ~3% of their revenue.) and of course it's not illegal. and of course nothing will happen to them.

    and it's fine like this. that's how football works.



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    May 17, 2019
    + our deal with Spinazzola and Pellegrini is not the only time it looked like Roma was engaging in plusvalenza. they signed Kumbulla for 25m in 2021 from Verona and sent three guys with a combined TM market value of <3m to Verona, for whom Verona "paid" 14.1m.

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