[Serie A] Juventus vs ASL Napoli [Game to be played at later date] (3 Viewers)

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Nov 25, 2005
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Taking the lord's name in vain.
'Porco dio' would be an example in Italian.
I don't know what Buffon said though.
Italy's blasphemy laws were introduced by Mussolini in 1930.
It's no longer a criminal offense, but you still have to pay a fine if you're caught.
Who gives a shit about religion in this day and age ffs?! :sergio:

This is some Middle East bullshit.
 

cimenk

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Jul 23, 2008
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And this decision came out just before our match against Fiorentina which make the suspension for Rabiot is in doubt.

He supposedly play this game as starter and then this came out of the blue without any decision regarding Rabiot suspension. If we play him, there will be someone appeal that we field a suspended player.
 

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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Taking the moral high ground here has done us absolutely no favours, but it is what it is. Let the stance of Napoli be official victims. What else is new?
 

Lion

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Jan 24, 2007
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you know, had it been any other team that did what happened and appealed, i'd be ok with it. even if it was inter or milan. i'd be ok with it, because they are not utter and complete scumbags

but because its de laurentis and napoli, i want them to get fucked royally.
 

s4tch

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Mar 23, 2015
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DUKAC

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Feb 29, 2012
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apparently according to some rule nipples didn't have the rights to appeal to that court...

but they still won.

LOL

:sergio:
Exactly the same was when Farsopolli happens.For that "offence " a club can only get punished by deducting 2 points but ,as we all know we were relegated.Only in Italy this farce could happened.Nowhere else.

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board are such incompetent fools for accepting this match to be played. bunch of pushovers.
Interested just about the shareholders and nothing else.
 
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