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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Ion Creanga on Mon Feb 06, 2017 8:17 am

great performance, hit the post twice, very solid at the back. We're unbeatable at home for like 2 years in all competitions rofl

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Vlad the Impaler on Mon Feb 06, 2017 9:13 am

@Ion Creanga wrote:great performance, hit the post twice, very solid at the back. We're unbeatable at home for like 2 years in all competitions rofl


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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by NeganIsco on Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:15 pm

brb when juve ever wins a treble :coffee: :coffee:

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Ion Creanga on Mon Feb 06, 2017 12:45 pm

brb when inter is relevant outside China
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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Lucifer on Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:40 pm

Brb when Mehrie A is relevant.
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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by InterMalia on Mon Feb 06, 2017 2:14 pm

Brb when its explained why satan is obsessed with serie A.

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by breva on Mon Feb 06, 2017 5:06 pm

@Warrior wrote:Haters should prepare their Porto avatars/club icon already Laughing
At the end of the day, the Old Lady is still on the road to success. 1st in the league and topping our CL group. What more can Juve do ? Provide you guys some tissues to wipe the tears away ? Or maybe we should hire Obsoletinho as a coach and spend a billion dollars in a four year span so we can pamper ourselves over our 6th place in the league and single Coppa Italia trophy ? We ain't as dominant as before but adjustments were made and Allegri is getting the best out of this group of players.


@breva wrote:On RAI the Domenica Sportiva people, without exception, all said there were three penalties in the area that should have been called in favor of Inter.  They also said that if Inter had won because of the calls, it would have not been a fair result in terms of play.  All said the fair result would have been a draw.  



Plain cazzate. Who and when, tell me please ?

Mandzukic on Icardi is controversial i admit it. I think it was right for Rizzoli to not call a penalty since our player touched the ball first and Icardi pop out while he already started to slide.

As for the fair result, no one will ever know. There are so many factors, not only refeering. Lack of finishing, excellent goalkeeping from both sides and the crossbars were the most decisive factors. If we go this way, i'd say a 7-4 win for Juve is the fair hypothetical result (no scientifical proofs)

I maintain my point of view though, Inter is quietly building a good team. A good summer mercato and next year it will be Juve vs Inter challenging for the title.


"... fallo di Mario Mandzukic su Mauro Icardi, che poteva valere un rigore per i nerazurri, è sicuramente al momento l’episodio più discusso da parte di ambedue le tifoserie. Un clima che però diventa di minuto in minuto più incandescente anche per altri episodi, come la trattenuta di Stephan Lichtsteiner su Danilo D’Ambrosio e la presunta trattenuta di Giorgio Chiellini su Icardi. Per il momento le moviole dei principali network televisivi fanno sapere che il primo episodio menzionato potrebbe essere quello in assoluto più problematico per il giudizio finale della prestazione dell’arbitro Rizzoli."

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by breva on Mon Feb 06, 2017 7:25 pm

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by dronte on Tue Feb 07, 2017 9:30 am

@breva wrote:
"... fallo di Mario Mandzukic su Mauro Icardi, che poteva valere un rigore per i nerazurri, è sicuramente al momento l’episodio più discusso da parte di ambedue le tifoserie. Un clima che però diventa di minuto in minuto più incandescente anche per altri episodi, come la trattenuta di Stephan Lichtsteiner su Danilo D’Ambrosio e la presunta trattenuta di Giorgio Chiellini su Icardi. Per il momento le moviole dei principali network televisivi fanno sapere che il primo episodio menzionato potrebbe essere quello in assoluto più problematico per il giudizio finale della prestazione dell’arbitro Rizzoli."



I would counter your idiotic claims but seeing that you are a blind hater anyway I won't even try.

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by NeganIsco on Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:50 pm

brb when Inter Spends more than 200 million on Higuain, Pjanic, Pjaca and Dybala...

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by rincon on Tue Feb 07, 2017 4:10 pm

@NeganIsco wrote:brb when Inter Spends more than 200 million on Higuain, Pjanic, Pjaca and Dybala...


That feeling when we spent less then Inter last season rofl
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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by breva on Tue Feb 07, 2017 6:06 pm

@dronte wrote:
@breva wrote:
"... fallo di Mario Mandzukic su Mauro Icardi, che poteva valere un rigore per i nerazurri, è sicuramente al momento l’episodio più discusso da parte di ambedue le tifoserie. Un clima che però diventa di minuto in minuto più incandescente anche per altri episodi, come la trattenuta di Stephan Lichtsteiner su Danilo D’Ambrosio e la presunta trattenuta di Giorgio Chiellini su Icardi. Per il momento le moviole dei principali network televisivi fanno sapere che il primo episodio menzionato potrebbe essere quello in assoluto più problematico per il giudizio finale della prestazione dell’arbitro Rizzoli."



I would counter your idiotic claims but seeing that you are a blind hater anyway I won't even try.


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"... fallo di Mario Mandzukic su Mauro Icardi, che poteva valere un rigore per i nerazurri, è sicuramente al momento l’episodio più discusso da parte di ambedue le tifoserie. Un clima che però diventa di minuto in minuto più incandescente anche per altri episodi, come la trattenuta di Stephan Lichtsteiner su Danilo D’Ambrosio e la presunta trattenuta di Giorgio Chiellini su Icardi. Per il momento le moviole dei principali network televisivi fanno sapere che il primo episodio menzionato potrebbe essere quello in assoluto più problematico per il giudizio finale della prestazione dell’arbitro Rizzoli."



I would counter your idiotic claims but seeing that you are a blind hater anyway I won't even try.


Not my claims, although I tend to agree. In any case you are fascinating.

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Robespierre on Tue Feb 07, 2017 8:02 pm

and over the two penalty kicks, what about this ?

http://www.fcinter1908.it/video/video-rizzoli-ecco-lerrore-piu-grave-chiellini-manda-in-porta-icardi-lui-fischia/

Chiellini launches on pitch Icardi ... but the ref makes to shot again without reasons

Anyway I wrote few things after the Derby d'Italia because it is same story for us. I support Inter since 97 and it's always been same thing. Hard not be used to it. Even if it shouldn't be but ok... there is a reason why Juve is the most 'hated' team from us... At least the whole world watched this.
now I hope that Muller Neuer or others will get their mission also this year

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by breva on Wed Feb 08, 2017 12:54 am

@Robespierre wrote:and over the two penalty kicks, what about this ?

http://www.fcinter1908.it/video/video-rizzoli-ecco-lerrore-piu-grave-chiellini-manda-in-porta-icardi-lui-fischia/

Chiellini launches on pitch Icardi ... but the ref makes to shot again without  reasons

Anyway I wrote few things after the Derby d'Italia because it is same story for us. I support Inter since 97 and it's always been same thing. Hard not be used to it. Even if it shouldn't be but ok... there is a reason why Juve is the most 'hated' team from us... At least the whole world watched this.
now I hope that Muller  Neuer or others will get their mission also this year


Yup, Rizzoli saw the danger and whistled to insure that Juventus would not be scored on. That's why Juventus is hated.


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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by S on Wed Feb 08, 2017 7:43 am

Oh yeah , I've seen things since '97 too. Yep I do. I've seen Inter fans deluding themselves into thinking they're as good as Juve, deluding themselves with the notion that Juve get favors while they are the victims, deluding themselves into thinking they are a title contending team year in year out while it has been a rarity until for Calciopoli ofcourse. And typically, they had to kill all competition to win things and now we have Mr.Robes creating threads about how one sided Serie A is and how Juve are killing competition. Oh shut your mouth ! You crippled an entire league, stamped on the rest of the teams including your closest rivals Roma just so you could end your habit of losing. Where is the consistency?

And how come you people have become loud of all of a sudden ? Because you won a bunch of games ? Where was this voice all these years ?  Oh that's right, because you plebs were getting your candy asses whooped year in year out season in season out.


I've never seen a club like this with such a big stature just persistently whining about refs magnifying every single ref decision and direct all the blame towards them while ignoring the incompetency and the flaws in their own team. 'Nothing has changed since 97' , thats right nothing has changed. You continue to portray yourself as a provincial club. A provincial club that always portray themselves with a victim complex much like Liverpool in England. It's ingrained into your club's DNA. Such a small team ass mentality.

Since you have become a sellout now, why don't you go take that mentality to China, go create another Calciopoli, may be you might win something again.

*bleep* off


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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by S on Wed Feb 08, 2017 8:00 am

While these clowns continue moaning about refs, here's a sample which I bring from the Derby earlier in the season



Of course there's going to be no consistency. They're victims of Italy afterall. Proud

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by dronte on Wed Feb 08, 2017 11:01 am

It's been 3 days and Interistas are still moaning about a penalty Very Happy might have helped more to have more than 1 or 2 shots on goal to be honest.

Surag, they have absolutely short memory when it comes to fouls on their side, nothing new to see here Smile surprisingly noone complained about that for days, or against Milan when Pjanic's perfectly legit goal was taken away costing us points

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by NeganIsco on Wed Feb 08, 2017 7:58 pm

Inter will cleanse the evils of Juventus from italia

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Warrior on Thu Feb 09, 2017 1:45 am

@breva wrote:

Yup, Rizzoli saw the danger and whistled to insure that Juventus would not be scored on. That's why Juventus is hated.




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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by juve_gigi on Thu Feb 09, 2017 4:49 am

Marotta: 'Inter culture of alibis'
By Football Italia staff

Juventus director Beppe Marotta locked down Max Allegri and urged Inter to “accept defeat rather than the culture of alibis.”

The Bianconeri visit Crotone at the Stadio Scida at 17.00 GMT, follow the action as it happens on the Liveblog.

“When one is considered the favourites, it’s important not to underestimate the opposition. A lot depends on our attitude and motivation in this game, as we still remember the defeat to Parma and again today face a team with nothing to lose,” Marotta told Mediaset Premium.

Naturally, he was asked about the on-going controversy after the Derby d’Italia, as Inter continue to accuse the referee of favouring Juventus and publishing unseen video footage of incidents.

“I am slightly embarrassed to reply to questions about the Inter controversy. I didn’t think that after such a wonderful match they would go to analyse incidents that never happened.

“I think we should incentivise the culture of accepting defeat rather than the culture of alibis. I could list incidents that went against us, but it would be inopportune.”

Arsenal continue to be linked with a summer swoop for Juve Coach Allegri.

“Aside from the fact we have a contract with Allegri, I think there are still great targets we need to achieve together and our rapport is very good.

“There is no reason for him to leave Juventus, as there is great mutual admiration and affection.”

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by dronte on Thu Feb 09, 2017 9:46 am

Marotta is totally right:

Sections of Inter fans are planning a protest against refereeing decisions in last weekend's Derby D'Italia.

The Nerazzurri were furious after a series of calls made by whistle-blower Nicola Rizzoli went against them in the 1-0 defeat by rivals Juventus last Sunday, a result which ended Stefano Pioli's team's seven-match winning streak.

As well as turning down two penalty appeals for the away side, Rizzoli called play back for a free kick to be re-taken after Giorgio Chiellini played a careless pass that would have put Mauro Icardi through on goal. Ivan Perisic was also sent off as tensions threatened to boil over late on.

Now, it has been revealed that ahead of Inter's next match, a home meeting with Empoli, fans are being encouraged to wave white handkerchiefs at San Siro to show their discontent with Rizzoli's performance.

"We want to launch a protest after what happened on Sunday," Pietro Gallenzi, a fan leading the protest, told Gazetta Dello Sport.

"It is also a message to the club to raise awareness. So we ask all Inter fans to show up at the Meazza with a white handkerchief, that will be waved as a sign of protest."

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http://www.football-italia.net/98120/inter-fans-plan-referee-protest

Bunch of losers lmao

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Doc on Thu Feb 09, 2017 5:46 pm

So...rival fans doing rival fan things?

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Robespierre on Thu Feb 09, 2017 6:47 pm

@dronte wrote:Marotta is totally right:

Sections of Inter fans are planning a protest against refereeing decisions in last weekend's Derby D'Italia.

The Nerazzurri were furious after a series of calls made by whistle-blower Nicola Rizzoli went against them in the 1-0 defeat by rivals Juventus last Sunday, a result which ended Stefano Pioli's team's seven-match winning streak.

As well as turning down two penalty appeals for the away side, Rizzoli called play back for a free kick to be re-taken after Giorgio Chiellini played a careless pass that would have put Mauro Icardi through on goal. Ivan Perisic was also sent off as tensions threatened to boil over late on.

Now, it has been revealed that ahead of Inter's next match, a home meeting with Empoli, fans are being encouraged to wave white handkerchiefs at San Siro to show their discontent with Rizzoli's performance.

"We want to launch a protest after what happened on Sunday," Pietro Gallenzi, a fan leading the protest, told Gazetta Dello Sport.

"It is also a message to the club to raise awareness. So we ask all Inter fans to show up at the Meazza with a white handkerchief, that will be waved as a sign of protest."

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http://www.football-italia.net/98120/inter-fans-plan-referee-protest

Bunch of losers lmao


rofl

Marotta is the same clown who acts ridiculously  way when , according to him , Juve gets robbed rofl



Marotta in Italian Foreign Minister-  mode Molenation
Here to cry after Bayern saying Juve was robben and that the Italian football is not protected in Europe rofl
or perhaps he just meant that Juve is not protected as in Italy?



Marotta in field - glasses mode.
Juve was robben in an Evident way



That's fantastic, Marotta in Northern League leader - mode.
According to him, Juve lost because the ref lived near Naples :bow:



Marotta in a weatherman - trade unionist mode
It was because of morass

This guy could be just the Juve sporting director Laughing


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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Arquitescu on Thu Feb 09, 2017 6:50 pm

To be very honest, both clubs are losers. & thats really about it.

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by FilthyLuca on Thu Feb 09, 2017 7:10 pm

Everyone at Inter thinks it was a penalty, except Icardi who was pointing to the corner.

Interesting

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Re: The Derby d'Italia hype thread

Post by Robespierre on Thu Feb 09, 2017 7:17 pm

@S wrote:Oh yeah , I've seen things since '97 too. Yep I do. I've seen Inter fans deluding themselves into thinking they're as good as Juve, deluding themselves with the notion that Juve get favors while they are the victims, deluding themselves into thinking they are a title contending team year in year out while it has been a rarity until for Calciopoli ofcourse. And typically, they had to kill all competition to win things and now we have Mr.Robes creating threads about how one sided Serie A is and how Juve are killing competition. Oh shut your mouth ! You crippled an entire league, stamped on the rest of the teams including your closest rivals Roma just so you could end your habit of losing. Where is the consistency?

And how come you people have become loud of all of a sudden ? Because you won a bunch of games ? Where was this voice all these years ?  Oh that's right, because you plebs were getting your candy asses whooped year in year out season in season out.


I've never seen a club like this with such a big stature just persistently whining about refs magnifying every single ref decision and direct all the blame towards them while ignoring the incompetency and the flaws in their own team. 'Nothing has changed since 97' , thats right nothing has changed. You continue to portray yourself as a provincial club. A provincial club that always portray themselves with a victim complex much like Liverpool in England. It's ingrained into your club's DNA. Such a small team ass mentality.

Since you have become a sellout now, why don't you go take that mentality to China, go create another Calciopoli, may be you might win something again.

*bleep* off


You said to follow since post-calciopoli anyway .. I've really followed football since 97 , so I can remind that season 97-98 under Ronaldo . It was so robbed that it was basically the milestone of recent anti-juventinismo in Italy. Not just Inter fans were upset for it. It wasn't a great show for the league..
But I don't need to remind what it was really happened, it's enough the process and the sentences around 10 years then. and they weren't made by me or by you , these are facts. Fachts.
Frankly, I always laugh when Juve fans want to remind Calciopoli.   It was easily the ugliest page of their history, Juve were convicted ( so the revisionism is ridicolous. but it can be tried just in Italy. Luckily just Juve fans do it really. . but here there are even neo fascist so I am not surprised ) and lost 29legal battle on Calciopoli and won 0 . Yet they insist with court cases ( how Elkann said ... learn to lose ?? Seriously ? http://www.passioneinter.com/mondo-calcio/calciopoli-juventus/ )

Do you say me to made another Calciopoli ? Meh, it is basically useless because there is not the will to face the problem then  
Why creating Calciopoli when  there is a structural problem first of all.
When you legitimate a club that - according to process 2006 created a " criminal conspiracy " , you will suffer the same oppression. You can't resolve the matter punish it ( even if the Juve lawyer negotiated for not going in C . but ok, it was a punishment. )

According to  judgements ( not by me etc ) we are talking about a club that manipulates the system for decades, we aren't talking only about arbitrages.

Two were the solutions for me . : Or radiation or  neutralization . I tended to 2nd thing. Juve would have had to pay war reparations for at least a decade imo .

It had  to be prevented to Juve to  take force - and this not for Inter good . This for the common good. It had to be done for the cleaning of Italian football. This  because a strong Juve implies a corrupt football, since the Evil is inherent in their DNA.

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