Italian Serie A 2013-14

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  1. Porthos

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    The odds of them being relegated are minimal if not non-existent. Milan is still the third most expensive team in Serie A (after Juventus and Napoli), and with bottom-feeders like Catania and Livorno who are virtually asured to get relegated (and the third team to be relegated will probably be one between Chievo, Sassuolo or Bologna), there is no way. Add to that that the referees in Italy (more so than in other places) tend to favor the top teams, as someone observed, and you get the picture.
    The question is not if they'll get relegated, the question is simple cost-effectiveness. Milan with an expensive team full of costly "black flops" will probably not even compete for a place in Europa League, and is completely out of the Champions League zone. Roma and Fiorentina with somewhat less expensive (and much Whiter) teams are in the Champions league area. Verona, with a almost entirely White team costing less than one fifth (20%) of what Milan's overrated "Black Stars" are supposedly worth - has managed to collect 7 points more and is 5 spots ahead of Milan (at the same level of Inter, another expensive hyper-diversified team which is doing badly).
    The same phenomenon can be observed in the EPL if you compare the cost effectiveness of Southampton with Manchester United, for example, and with all the top teams (Arsenal first and foremost, but also City and Chelsea) being significantly whiter that in years past.

    Contrary to what the media is saying, Investing in White pays off.
     
  2. frederic38

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    yes, but getting honda instead of a white italian pays more because of global appeal to AC milan, unfortunately
    they bought him to get more fans in asia
    he missed an easy goal in the latest match ,by the way
    i heard that he takes the place of a white player
     
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    Italian clubs are unable to compete financially with the top tier european sides for some time now, so foreign "investors" are being actively sought. When the Indonesian tycoon Eric Thohir (who is also a majority owner of the MLS club DC United), one of his primary stated goals was a large increase of the number of "fans" and viewership in Asia. Real fans in Milan were confident he was going to make massive investments in the club in the PSG/ManCity style. However, the transition was a dissapointment for the fans who yesterday gathered in front od Inter's headquarters to voice their protests.
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    Bleak times for Inter Milan fans:

    "Erick Thohir [who watches most matches on television in Jakarta] has already make it clear that Inter, beaten 1-0 at Genoa on Sunday, are in a “transitional periodâ€￾ and are more likely to offload players than sign new ones.
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    Former AC Milan, Juventus and England coach Fabio Capello joined the chorus of criticism... "When you talk about important teams, you expect that when a new president comes in, he will change things to reinforce the squad,â€￾ he said in an interview with Fox Sports Italia. “Thohir is not doing that, this is the truth... I am not convinced by Thohir because he is doing nothing. Inter are a patrimony of Italian football."

    "The transfer window has brought added frustration with Thohir making it clear that there will be no Manchester City or Paris St Germain-like injection of cash.“The next two or three years certainly aren’t going to be easy, but we need to make the club healthier...â€￾

    Inter fans blast Thohir, Moratti:


    ...the Curva Nord supporters' group have demanded Thohir be more of a presence at San Siro...[their] statement read: "We have had enough of the many rotten apples inside Inter. What we ask ourselves is, do we have a president?...It's nothing we'd wish for, but you are seconds from going from Superman to Super-loser. ...For Thohir we suggest he forgets baseball, American football, NBA and other realities that are far from ours.
    We'd rather see less smiles. We'd rather hear the word business less. We want concrete actions. And understand that all we write isn't b*******, otherwise we warmly invite him to stay at home."

    It seems that Moratti has sold the club with an option to buy the club back in 2 years if things don't quite work out, so there is still a hope that this "saga" can be undone. In the meantime, there are insistent rumours that the Chinese will acquire a minority stake in the American-owned AS Roma, while Arabs will do the same for AC Milan.
     
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    Honda's first game againsta Sassuolo (he played 20 minutes) was not bad. The second one against Verona was a dissapointment. We'll see what he can do. I would of course like to see more Whites and Italians, but I prefer to watch Honda and other token Asian players here-and-there rather than (for example) Urby Emanuelson and his ilk of African invaders. The other Japanese player in Serie A - Nagatomo from Inter, is actually having a pretty good season.

    In the meantime, there is a Seedorf-Balotelli love story in the making - seedorf and Balotelli give each other "you-da-man" salutes and were full of warm and fuzzy statements of appreciation of each other after the game:
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    interesting that that asian is also interested in NBA
    i see a lot of similarities between american leagues and what soccer is turning into
     
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    There I was,just the other day remembering Fat old Incey.
    And here he is,in the news again:

    http://anonym.to/?http://www.football365.com/news/21554/9126957/B-pool-Sack-Ince...

    No black has ever been handed more chances on a plate than this piece of feces.And not only has he been sacked from them all,he has destroyed all the clubs he's worked for,except the first two:
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    Another terrible signing by Milan which is fast becoming the garbage can of European football. This time it's Michael Essien, from Ghana, supposedly requested by Seedorf as a "reinforcement" at this critical juncture, on an 18 months contract. Even in his prime he never amounted to much (not sure what Mourinho/Chelsea/Real saw in this guy), but now at 31, with 2 knee ligament injuries in the last couple of years, this is another disaster waiting to happen and a prime "black flops" material. Essien is yet another black defensive middlefielder, the type of player Milan is packing the team with (De Jong, Muntari). Rumors are that Eissen will replace Antonio Nocerino who is on his way out, one of the few remaining Italian players after the recent departure of Alessandro Matri (on loan) to Fiorentina. It's a White flight from Milan, just incredible how low this once classy club has fallen.

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    now AC milan sign arab marketing player taarabt
     
  9. ThePhilosopher

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    AC Milan and Inter have gone mental.
    Its as if a synagogue runs the San Siro!

    They got shot of Nocerino(to West Ham) to buy Essien,Taraabt?

    Well,time to revisit an earlier post of mine:


    That'll reassure the Italians I guess.
     
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    that post about essien is gold :biggrin:
     
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    Like it is often said,the shi* writes itself.
     
  12. Porthos

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    Adel Taraabt - "I love Allah" goal celebration.

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    Scouting report on Taraabt:

    "When Taarabt has played for Fulham, he has only started 58.3 percent of Premier League games on a team [the whole team of Fulham] that has scored 22 goals in 23 league games. This is a red flag for Milan management... The pessimistic view Milan fans could hold is Taarabt has not established himself as
    an undisputed starter despite Fulham not having any world-beaters in his positions—what use is he to Milan?... Redknapp on whether Taarabt had a point to prove: "I don't think so. When he played against us at White Hart Lane he was useless..."

    AC Milan lunacy continues.

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    That^^ should be proof enough to arrest him as a terrorist.
     
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    AC Milan's actions are now re-defining the word 'insane'.


    Its as if they have this fetish for assembling the poorest team possible with a lot of cost.
    Of course,a poor team will always have blacks,muslims in hordes.

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    Has it got to do with this Femen who*e?
    She has a jewish lover(Not one I could find,mind you)?
    Is she a marxist(Again,she comes form a right-leaning family)?

    Its mind-boggling.
     
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    ...and another one? "AC Milan have made a deadline day bid to sign Manchester United winger Nani... they would be willing to pay the Portuguese's £80,000-a-week salary in full as part of a loan deal until the end of the season, with a view to a permanent signing in the summer."
    ... and I thought AC Milan under Allegri was depressing - mind boggling indeed!

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    Fortunately the Nani-Milan deal did not materialize. However, I expect the continuation of Milan's insane Seedorf-inspired transfer policy in summer. Stay tuned.
     
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    Another jew fu*k up.
    Remember,this guy was signed for 25m!
    The jew loves paying big bucks for blacks.
    This guy made 11 appearances last season and yet,was given a new five year contract in September.

    The jew indeed puts white-genocide above mere profit.
     
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    pogba did 6 fouls today (one of them leading to one of the two hellas verona goals) and didn't even get a yellow card
    in the match before he did a brutal foul that should have been a red card and only got a yellow card:

    [video=youtube_share;WtcQttL4rEo]http://youtu.be/WtcQttL4rEo[/video]

    are they people who watch matches to check if a player needs to be suspended for a brutal foul in italy?
    in another league pogba would be suspended for that foul
     
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    That is a red card and a six month ban!
    But of course,a black player gets away,as it is above the law.
    Also the fact that it was Hellas Verona could have had something to do with it....you know the jewish establishment just hates them.
     
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    Pirlo scores for Juventus in the 90th minute,in their match agaisnt Genoa,thus winning the game for Juve:


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    Other angles:

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    There is a reason such a gif will never be available for Pogba.
    A very good reason.
     
  21. Porthos

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    AC Milan in huge trouble, they just lost their last match at home against Parma 2:4, their fourth defeat in a row.
    Rumours that the team is in financial troubles and might be sold soon, that both Seedorf as well as Balotelli are leaving at the end of the season. Gazzetta dello Sport titles "S-balo-ttati" (Sbalottati means "kicked around"), a play of words with Balotelli's name. Balotelli is supposedly heading back to the Premiership (Arsenal and Chelsea are mentioned) or Monaco. Seedorf described by journalists as an amateur that is not doing his homework and preparing his games. He tried to blame the previous coach Massimiliano Allegri for leaving him a "team in dissarray", but statistics show that Seedorf is doing much worse than Allegri ever did. Rumors are that the next coach will be Roberto Donadoni, current coach of Parma and Milan legend, or Pippo Inzaghi, but no official statements from the club have been released.
    In the past, some of the best players in AC Milan came from their own school (Baresi, Costacurta, Maldini), today they don't have a single one, with most players cheap (and not so cheap) Black substitutes. It's sad to see what type of sewer this once classy club has become.

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    "Corriere dello Sport" titling "Seedorf - its already over":
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    ... and the fans in open revolt against the management, the coach and players, shouting "Balotelli, get off our balls" after one more particularly bad miss yesterday where the ex-Supermario hit the post from 5-6 meters, virtually unopposed... Because any insult to Balotelli is nowadays considered "Racism", it is expected that the police will close the section of the stadium where Milan Ultras are located during their next home game.
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    Match Day 28:

    Roma - Udinese 3-2 (Totti 22, Destro 30, Torosidis 69 / Pinzi 51, Basta 81)
    Torino - Napoli 0-1 (Higuain 90)
    Fiorentina - Chievo 3-1 (Cuardado 11, Matri 39, Gomez 89 / Paloschi 62)
    Genoa - Juventus 0-1 (Pirlo 89)
    Livorno - Bologna 2-1 (Benassi 46, Paulinho 52 / Hristodoulopoulos 86-11m)
    Cagliari - Lazio 0-2 (Lulić 19, Keita 69)
    Milan - Parma 2-4 (Rami 56, Balotelli 76-11m / Cassano 9-11m,51, Amauri 78, Biabiany 90+5)
    Sassuolo - Catania 3-1 (Zaza 56, Missiroli 61, Sansone 89 / Bergessio 30)
    Atalanta - Sampdoria 3-0 (Carmona 36, Bonaventura 42, Denis 55)
    Verona - Inter Milan 0-2 (Palacio 14, Jonathan 63)

    1. Juventus 27 23 3 1 63 19 72
    2. AS Roma 27 18 7 2 52 14 61
    3. Napoli 28 17 7 4 53 29 58
    4. Inter Milan 28 12 11 5 46 29 47
    5. Parma 27 12 10 5 45 31 46
    6. Fiorentina 27 13 6 8 45 30 45
    7. Lazio 28 11 8 9 36 35 41
    8. Verona 28 12 4 12 43 46 40
    9. Atalanta 28 11 4 13 31 38 37
    10. Torino 28 9 9 10 39 36 36
    11. Genoa 27 9 8 10 31 34 35
    12. AC Milan 28 9 8 11 41 42 35
    13. Sampdoria 28 9 7 12 33 42 34
    14. Udinese 28 9 4 15 32 42 31
    15. Cagliari 28 6 11 11 27 38 29
    16. Chievo Verona 27 6 6 15 22 38 24
    17. Livorno 28 6 6 16 31 51 24
    18. Bologna 28 4 11 13 23 43 23
    19. Sassuolo 28 5 6 17 28 56 21
    20. Catania 28 4 8 16 21 49 20
     
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    and the top scorers:

    1- tevez (argentine mestizo) 15 goals
    2- higuain (white) 14 goals
    rossi (white) 14 goals
    4- luca toni (white) 13 goals

    etc etc, many other white players after that
     
  23. ThePhilosopher

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    Great post,Porthos,simply excellent.

    Of course,Milan have failed Seedorf by not giving him the right platform to showcase his 'skillz'!

    He was left with a team in disarray,FFS!

    Hmph.

    The fact that Milan's 'bad time' has started with its 'darkening' is lost on a lot of people....and its only going to get worse as they seem not to have a lot of money,and the value of their 'black stars' has diminished greatly,including Balotelli,who I think will move to a 'backwater league'(Turkish/Ukranain/Russian/French-yes PSG aside,its a 'backwater league',sadly),where he actually can score a few goals.

    Then the whole cycle begins again,the media will hype him up saying how he has matured and was a little naive back then...they'll get him a big move soon,and then............................... he'll flop again.:nod:
     
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    Roma defeated Cheivo 2-0 yesterday and during the game, Francesco Totti and Mattia Destro combined for one of the most delicious back heel and swiped volley passing combinations you are ever likely to see:



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    Just lovely :first: .
     
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    [h=1]Guarin's blunder costs Inter much-needed win[/h]

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