Italian Serie A 2013-14

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  1. ThePhilosopher

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    Very true.
    Israel has always had but one God-
    the bill of Exchange.

    Most people worship it wholeheartedly now.
     
  2. frederic38

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    the jew karl marx was pretty wise on this:

    "What is the object of the Jew's worship in this world? Usury. What is his worldly god? Money.
    "Very well then; emancipation from usury and money, that is, from practical, real Judaism, would constitute the emancipation of our time." ("A World Without Jews," p. 37)
    "What was the essential foundation of the Jewish religion? Practical needs, egotism." (Ibid, p. 40)
    "Money is the zealous one God of Israel, beside which no other God may stand. Money degrades all the gods of mankind and turns them into commodities. Money is the universal and self-constituted value set upon all things. It has therefore robbed the whole world, of both nature and man, of its original value. Money is the essence of man's life and work, which have become alienated from him. This alien monster rules him and he worships it.
    "The God of the Jews has become secularized and is now a worldly God. The bill of exchange is the Jew's real God. His God is the illusory bill of exchange." ("A World Without Jews," p. 41)
     
  3. ThePhilosopher

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    Yeah,read that.My line -

    "Israel has always had but one God-
    the bill of Exchange.
    "

    is infact taken from that very page,as you can see.
     
  4. Porthos

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    Lazio supporters paying homage to Giorgos Fountoulis and Manolis Kapelonis, members of the Greek Golden Dawn nationalist organization, murdered by reds. The banners were shown during the Serie A match Lazio-Genoa in November. Tha banners read "Sunset is red, [but] the Dawn [will be] golden", "Magnolis and Yorgos - Present!"

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    Similar banners from fiercely right-wing Hellas Verona fans during Verona-Cagliari ("Free Grece", "Magnolis and Yorgos - Present!"):

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    In many areas of Southern and Eastern Europe (but not in the Northern/Western Europe and especialy not in the EPL which has been completely gentrified and commeercialized) football fans are still strongly politicized and radicalized, representing some of the last bastions of ethnic/national/racial solidarity, pride and self-defense.
     
  5. Porthos

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    Juventus extended the lead on Roma to 8 points and probably clinched another Serie A title after a 3:0 victory over Roma last Sunday. This will probably be another relatively boring championship.
    The only uncertainty now is over who will win the 2 Champions league spots (Roma, Napoli and Fiorentina are the main candidates) and possibly the relegation zone, where currently 7 teams are involved (Sampdoria, Atalanta, Chievo, Bologna, Sassuolo, Livorno, Catania).
    Several teams have performed well above expectations thus far. The all-White Hellas Verona first and foremost, which is currently in 5th place (Europa league area) despite being one of the "cheapest" teams in Serie A. The main contribution to this fantastic performance comes from the veteran Luca Toni who again scored 2 goals this weekend in the away victory against Udinese (1:3). With 9 goals and 6 assists, the 37 years-old Tony is going through a rennaisance and many want him in the World Cup squad. On the other side, Udinese's Antonio DiNatale (36) said he will stop playing at the end of this (for him very dissapointing) season.
    Parma (with the reborn Cassano) and especially Torino with the duo Cerci-Immobile are also doing considerably above expectations. Fiorentina is also doing great, despite risking to lose their top scorer Giuseppe Rossi due to injury in the last game against Livorno. Many feared the worst when Rossi had to leave the field after a tackle from Rinaudo (Rossi was out of the soccer fields for almost 2 years following a knee injury while playing for Villareal, just before joining Fiorentina). Fortunately the injury is not so severe and he should start playing in 6-7 weeks and also join the World Cup team.
    The biggest dissapointments so far are Inter, Lazio (which just replaced the coach) and especially Milan. These teams have fallen behind and are unable to compete despite having some of the most expensive teams in Serie A. Not surprisingly these are the most multi-kulti and least White teams in the tournament.
    The top scorer is still Giuseppe Rossi from Fiorentina with 14 goals and 2 assists (this is a player the media thought was finished only a year ago), followed by Carlos Tevez from Juventus (11,5), Rodrigo Palacio from Inter (10,5), Alessio Cerci from Torino (9,5), Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli (9,5), Ciro Immobile from Torino (9,2), Luca Toni, Verona (9,6). The young Domenico Berardi from the modest Sassuolo (together with Cerci and Immobile) is the surprise of the tournament for now, with 7 goals and 2 assists.

    Week 18 results:
    Milan – Atalanta 3:0
    Lazio - Inter 1:0
    Udinese – Verona 1:3
    Fiorentina - Livorno 1:0
    Chievo - Cagliari 0:0
    Napoli – Sampdoria 3:0
    Lazio - Inter 1:0
    Parma - Torino 3:1
    Catania - Bologna 2:0
    Juventus - Roma 3:0

    Standings: (games played played, goal difference, points):
    1.Juventus 18 31 49
    2.Roma 18 25 41
    3.Napoli 18 18 39
    4.Fiorentina 18 14 36
    5.Verona 18 7 32
    6.Inter 18 15 31
    7.Torino 18 4 25
    8.Parma 18 0 23
    9.Genoa 18 -1 23
    10.Lazio 18 -3 23
    11.Milan 18 2 22
    12.Cagliari 18 -6 21
    13.Udinese 18 -7 20
    14.Sampdoria 18 -8 18
    15.Atalanta 18 -10 18
    16.Chievo 18 -10 16
    17.Bologna 18 -16 15
    18.Sassuolo 18 -21 14
    19.Livorno 18 -14 13
    20.Catania 18 -20 13

    Great (and somewhat lucky) heel goal following a corner from Lucarelli (Parma) against Torino:
    [video=youtube;26ElMB933F8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26ElMB933F8[/video]
     
  6. ThePhilosopher

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    Poor Inter have tried everything but they cannot get rid of their problems.
    For that,they must rid themselves of their blacks Jonathan,Mudingayi,Guarin,Pareira,Rolando(what were they thinking with this one?) and muslims Tader & Belfodil.

    Even then,their squad is littered with too much mediocrity.
    Like Milan,they're in terminal decline.

    Milan already cannot wait to get rid of the black psycopath Balotelli.

    Juve,I feel will follow the way of the two clubs above,they're blackening by the day.Their midfield will fall apart once Pirlo leaves,leaving them with "runners" Vidal and Pogba(the best midfielder ever,according to jews).

    Angelo Ogbonna's wiki article is among the funniest I've ever come across:

    http://anonym.to/?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angelo_Ogbonna

    Talk about 'quotabacks'.
     
  7. Matra2

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    True, but OTOH almost every Serie A match I've watched since about early December has been more entertaining than expected - Inter v Parma and Napoli v Napoli come to mind. Maybe I've just got lucky as I don't watch that much but there seems to be a lot more attacking play this year.

    BTW it is being reported that Michael Bradley is moving from Roma (likely a Champions League team next year) to lowly Toronto FC in MLS. I don't get it.
     
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    Fantastic match between Sassuolo and Milan (4-3 to Sassuolo). Forget Honda and Balotelli (who was lucky not to be sent off) the star of the day with all four goals for the home team was the wonder kid Domenico Berardi.
     
  9. Porthos

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    Absolutely, one of the best games I've seen so far. Berardi (11 goals in 14 games, playing in a bottom-feeder team like Sassuolo) is definitely a top notch striker and a candidate for the Italian World Cup team. Berardi is owned by Juventus, but is on loan to Sassuolo... he will probably be called back to Turin after the end of the season, even though Llorente and Tevez are doing great there (Llorente again scored 2 goals today against Cagliari).
    Milan's defending once more was pathetic, but what do you expect from a team that has Cristian Zapata as their defensive bulwark... Bonera and the goalkeeper Albiati also did not shine. Even though he played only about 20 minutes, the Japanese midfielder Honda did well, hitting a post from a fine effort. Balotelli is basing his game on trying to obtain a penalty, flipping and flopping in the penalty area and complaining, but referees (who were so obliging at the beginning of the season) are not falling for his tricks anymore. He missed an easy header today, but using the head is not his cup of tea, both figuratively and literally.
    Verona fell badly against Napoli, using an attacking strategy that was not the best option against a team with so much firepower as Napoli. They are still in 5th place, at least until tomorrow when two more games are scheduled.

    Match day 19 Results:
    Sassuolo – Milan 4-3 (Berardi 15, 28, 41, 47 / Robinho 9, Balotelli 13, Montolivo 86)
    Atalanta – Catania 2-1 (Denis 67-11m, Moralez 86 / Leto 89)
    Roma – Genoa 4-0 (Florenzi 25, Totti 30, Maicon 43, Benatia 52)
    Verona – Napoli 0-3 (Mertens 27, Insigne 72, Džemaili 76)
    Cagliari – Juventus 1-4 (Pinilla 21 / Llorente 31,76, Marchisio 73, Lichtsteiner 80)
    Torino – Fiorentina 0-0
    Bologna – Lazio 0-0
    Livorno – Parma 0-3 (Palladino 2, Amauri 86,90+3-11m)
    Sampdoria – Udinese 3-0 (Eder 16-11m,47, Gastaldello 87)
    Inter – Chievo 1-1 (Nagatomo 12 / Paloschi 8)


    1. Juventus 19 17 1 1 46 12 52
    2. AS Roma 19 13 5 1 39 10 44
    3. Napoli 19 13 3 3 41 20 42
    4. Fiorentina 19 11 4 4 34 20 37
    5. Inter Milan 19 8 8 3 38 23 32
    6. Verona 19 10 2 7 34 30 32
    7. Torino 19 6 8 5 31 27 26
    8. Parma 19 6 8 5 29 26 26
    9. Lazio 19 6 6 7 23 26 24
    10. Genoa 19 6 5 8 19 24 23
    11. AC Milan 19 5 7 7 31 30 22
    12. Sampdoria 19 5 6 8 22 27 21
    13. Atalanta 19 6 3 10 20 29 21
    14. Cagliari 19 4 9 6 19 28 21
    15. Udinese 19 6 2 11 18 28 20
    16. Chievo 19 4 5 10 14 24 17
    17. Sassuolo 19 4 5 10 21 41 17
    18. Bologna 19 3 7 9 17 33 16
    19. Livorno 19 3 4 12 16 33 13
    20. Catania 19 3 4 12 13 34 13


    Berardi's "poker" against Milan:
    [video=youtube;6CrqPCAtdTI]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CrqPCAtdTI[/video]
     
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  10. Porthos

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    After the defeat against lowly Sassuolo, Milan's coach Massimiliano Allegri was sacked.
    The new coach is Clarence Seedorf who was preferred to Pippo Inzaghi. This is weird on a couple of levels. First, this is Seedorf's first job as a coach. It is strange that they would let him "train on the job" with such a team and at such a critical moment. Not even legends such as Carlo Ancellotti (who started his coaching career with Reggiana, then a serie B team before moving to better things) or Alex Ferguson (who started with St. Mirren if I'm not wrong) achieved as much in their first managing jobs. Second, the position of coach has not (as yet) been "diversified" even near to the extent the players have been. The vast majority (maybe over 99%?) of the coaches are still White. As far as I can remember this is a first Black manager of an (until recently) top-tier European team. The times they are a-changin'?

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  11. ThePhilosopher

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    Its been clear that there has been some kosher influence at AC Milan for some time now.And they change their manager instead of shipping out half of their team to Africa.And they replace their manager with an African!:frusty:

    Clearly some jew,somewhere,who exerts his influence over the decision-makers at the San Siro has got his wish with this appointment.
    Don't worry guys,Seedorf will soon be the first managerial entrant in the 'black flops' thread.
     
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    Haha. I see this a good thing for our cause. AC Milan is currently a middling team full of over-payed, dark-skinned, hype-jobs. The only thing that could make a wretched unit like this work is an elite coach (skin color always the same). With a novice dimwit at the helm, we might see Milan fall to epic levels of failure while they wait for Seedorf's "upside" to kick in.
     
  13. ThePhilosopher

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    Exactly,the only reason there have been no failed black managers is because nobody was as stupid as AC Milan.Of course there's always Paul Ince and a few like him,but this is unprecedented.
    Never has a black been trusted with such power before(not without good reason,I might add).

    The fall will be epic.Wait for it.
     
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    Frank Rijkaard managed Barcelona for five seasons between 2003 and 2008...
     
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    I think we can all politely agree that he isn't a full-blooded "Neg$*".He's black no doubt,but Seedorf is the first "Nigg**".

    Also,Guardiola showed up Rijkaard to be a very poor manager.
     
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    I'm pretty sure he'll fail at the end, but I'm afraid he'll stick around for longer than many think, years rather than months. First of all, as a principle - Milan does does not sack managers very often, company policy. Second, according to rumors Seedorf was chosen personally by Berlusconi's daughter Barbara, which gives Clarence a definite edge - i.e. by sacking Clarence, Barbara will have to admit she made a mistake, not likely to happen very soon.
    Barbara is another inexperienced person making important decisions in a field she doesn't fully understand. Ultimately, however, the person who vetted this decision is her (increasingly senile) father Silvio.

    The old Sport director, Adriano Galliani (who will probably leave at the end of the season) wanted Inzaghi but lost the board struggle.
    It seems that Seedorf finished some sort of "University of Phoenix" on-line football manager school, so he gets to play with the big toy.
    The reason you don't get a lot of black managers is the same one you don't get a lot of black creative playmakers or software engineers for that matter. It's a brainer type of job, and it's not really their cup of tea. Barbara will ultimately learn this the hard way.

    Barbara Berlusconi and Clarence Seedorf, do we have a feeling?
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    Right... I stand corrected, this just didn't cross my mind. Still, it's a rarity. An exception that confirms the rule.
     
  18. Porthos

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    I remember this. Rijkard also started his managing career with a big team - Netherlands. Some people just don't have to start from the proverbial mail room, they are just catapulted to the top jobs.
     
  19. ThePhilosopher

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    The "Some people" sure as hell doesn't include whites.
     
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    i'm not sure of what exactly is the role of a coach today
    i saw PSG with carlo ancelotti as a coach, suposedly one of the best coaches in the world, the team looked like **** despite having a lot of talent, and most of his choices were obvioulsy heavily influenced by marketing (beckham starting against barcelona in the very important champions league match is the example the media will give because beckham is white so it's OK to say that a white player plays because of his name, marketing potential etc - but they never say it about benzema, the arabs, the asians etc, and ofcourse the token black players)

    here is ancelotti himself acknowledging it:


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    I'm pretty sure I could manage Barcelona and win things. It's not that hard if you have a great team. Rijkaard hasn't done anything since leaving Barcelona. He is now Advisor of Player Development at a Florida prep school. lol.
     
  22. ThePhilosopher

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    And even that job is a result of "Affirmative Action".
     
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    another thing is that seedorf gets AC milan in the right time, because i don't know how they could get worse than they are right now
     
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    Where can you get good odds for AC Milan getting relegated?
     
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    They won't get relegated. They get 50 penalties.
     

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