Italian Serie A 2013-14

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  1. ThePhilosopher

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    Inter drew at Bologna because Rolando their black defender was pants.
    They took a 2-1 lead thanks to this goal by Icardi:


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    ....what a finish!
     
  2. ThePhilosopher

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    Its from the Europa League actually:


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    But is Pirlo class or what?

    Pogba can't get into the team nowadays,its a midfield trio of
    Pirlo-Vidal-Marchisio.
     
  3. ThePhilosopher

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    While Miralem Pjanic(who is the best muslim player out there?) was doing this:


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    Mario Balotelli was up to this:


    Mario Balotelli lost his temper and delivered an astonishing outburst aimed at the Italian TV pundit Zvonimir Boban after AC Milan’s 2-0 defeat by Roma.





    And the result is this:



    Mario Balotelli's World Cup place under threat as Italy boss Cesare Prandelli considers 'Plan B' after latest outburst



    I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
     
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  5. Porthos

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    Miralem Pjanic is a Bosnian, most of them don't take the Muslim religion too seriously. In the 90s during the war in Bosnia a good number of them got radicalized, but today most of them are back to their old ways, drinking rakija and eating pork without problems. You can count most of them as Whites, i.e. - white Slavs who half-heartedly converted to Islam for convenience during the Turkish domination, but never really bought into it 100%.

    Regarding Balotelli, he socred 14 goals this season, but only 7 from action and mostly against bottom-feeder clubs. He scored 4 from free kicks and 3 from penalties. Comapre that with Ciro Immobile (from Torino - a much more modest team) who scored all his 21 goals from play and should be the #1 candidate for the lead striker in the Italian national team (provided that the uber-"politically corect" coach Cesare Prandelli noticed). But for some reasons on specialized web-sites, Balotelli is valued 30M euros and is earning 4.5M Euros, while Immobile is valued 12M and is earning 700 thousands (more than *6 times* less). If this is not a typical "caste discrimination", I don't know what is.
     
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    Your tendency to give the benefit of doubt to many anti-whites is quite alarming,I must say.




    I think it is impossible for Prandelli to drop Balotelli,the jewish pressure is too much.It'll be seen as a failure of Multiculturalism!
     
  8. Porthos

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    From personal experience.
    Genetically the Bosnians are white, no doubt about it. A considerable part of them (maybe close to 30%) have blue eyes and light hair. So much so that Heinrich Himler developed a fascination with them and formed 2 Bosnian SS divisions towards the end of WW2.
    Culturally, the vast majority of them were secular before the war in the 1990s. Few went to mosques, most of them drinked alcoholic beverages, women were wearing western clothes, there was zero separation between men and women and many (most?) of them were eating pork. implementing sharia laws there would have been unthinkable. The war in the 1990s changed that somehow. Some of them (small minority) became radicalized, for others it re-kindled their interest in Islam (majority). However, their "brand" of Islam is definitely very bland compared to the Areb world, no comparison.
    Bosnia is one of the few very countries in Europe where you can still see kids playing football on the street in an "unstructured" environment, for fun! In other countries it's all become very structured and kids that want to pick up the sport must formally enroll in a club and be chaffeured around to practices and games by parents - very sad I have to say. Maybe that's one of the reasons why they managed to put together a decent team and qualify for the World Cup, despite being having a population of little over 3M and a completely collapsed economy.
     
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    a fascination, the world is strong :icon_grin:
    germany was looking for soldiers everywhere
     
  10. Porthos

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    Some "post-mortem" analysis of the 2013-14 Serie A season.
    Juventus is the champion with a record 102 points, Roma second and in the Champions League, Napoli third in the champions league qualifications, fiorentina goes directly to Europa league, while Inter and Parma will have to play qualifications. Catania, Bologna and Livorno are relegated to Serie B, while Palermo is promptly being promoted to Serie A after sinking last season. Tiny Empoli also will be promoted, while the third team to be promoted will come from the Serie B play-offs between Cesena, Latina, Modena and Bari. Final table:
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    The top scorer was Ciro Immobile from Torino (rumored to move to Borussia Dortmund next year) with 22 goals in 33 games. The most "efficient" striker - Giuseppe Rossi with 16 goals in 23 games mostly before his injury:
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    Again our predictions were pretty close to the mark. Expensive teams full of Black "talents" did poorly (Milan, Inter, Lazio), While relatively inexpensive, but overwhelmingly White teams did pretty good (Verona, Atalanta, Torino, Parma). A venerable institution - Inter Milan - became Indonesian-owned, following the trends in other championships, and I wouldn't be surprised if AC Milan also will soon be acquired by foreign owners with deep pockets. Juventus is already owned by the "hostile elites" through the Agnelli/Elkann family.
    Despite the presence of some higly hyped black stars (Balotelli, Ibarbo, Pogba), none of these managed to enter the top-10 list of scorers, which remains almost completely White (except for the Mesitzo Tevez). We've see the emergence of several interesting players - Immobile and Cerci from Torino, Destro from Roma, Berardi from Sassuolo. Some old stars still shine pretty strong (Pirlo, Totti, Toni, DiNatale). Internationally, Seria A teams continue to loose competitivity against Spanish, German and English teams. Juventus and Napoli failed to make it out of the Champions League group stage, and Juventus failing again to win the Europa League where they were clear favorites. AC Milan was expectedly humiliated by Atletico in the CL round of 16. This trend will probably continue due to the continuous orientation towards low-cost imported (mostly African and South American) players and due to dwindling financial resources.

    Next year there is an almost certainty that AC Milan will replace Seedorf as their coach (names that are circulating are Donadoni, Inzaghi, Spalletti) and there could be a significant change in the player cadre as well as a possible acquisition by a foreign owner as mentioned (AC Milan owner - the once mighty Silvio Berlusconi - is politically, financially and physically trending downwards). Juventus is appearently bleeding itself dry with trying to prolong Paul Pogba's contract and will probably have little resources to try to be more competitive on the European scene. There are talks of making the league smaller and more competitive because some pundits see 77 points of difference between the first Juventus and last Livorno as too much, but no official decisions have been taken. I also expect a more competitive tournament next year with Napoli, Roma and possibly Inter (Fiorentina as a surprise) making a more serious attempt to break Juve's 3 year long stranglehold on the "Scudetto". See you after the vacations with a new topic.
     
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    Next year neither Milanese team will be in the Champions League. It must be quite a few years since that happened. It's even possible that the city will have zero representation in Europe altogether if Inter fail to qualify for Europa, though I suspect they'll go through.
     
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    Last time AC Milan did not qualify for a European competition was 16 years ago.
    It would be a huge surprise if Inter doesn't qualify for the Europa League, but economically it is not a particularly good deal for big teams like Inter to play EL. According to some calculations a decent EL campaign may bring in around 10M Euros (CL around 30M), but may require considerably more investments to stay competitive in the last rounds, is a big distraction and introduces additional risks of player injury.

    The good news on the Milan side is that Seedorf has officially been replaced by Pippo Inzaghi as the AC Milan coach. From the rumors I hear Seedorf was brought in by Silvio Berlusconi himself, against the opposition from the sport director Adrian Galliani and even his daugther Barbara (obviously Berlusconi is having some serious bouts of senility). Another piece of good news is that Balotelli (another Berlusconi-inspired acquisition) will almost certainly go, probably to the EPL.
     
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    [h=1]Juventus appoint Allegri[/h]


    How this commie landed the job after his great results at Milan is beyond me.And this is bad news to us.It was Allegri who started the blackening of Milan.Commies....only jews are worse.
     

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