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Post by Robespierre on Sun May 13, 2018 9:59 pm

It changed nothing, but seriously I don't understand why Juve and Napoli were at same hour ( Scudetto already decieded on 99.9 % ) while Inter and Lazio not.
Inter lost yesterday so Lazio knew to have the match point today. Typical nonsense-decisions by FIGC

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by S on Sun May 13, 2018 10:02 pm

@Robespierre wrote:
@S wrote:
@Robespierre wrote:

It is impossibile you'll find Milan fans to hope Inter in place of Lazio , it is mainly a matter of rivalry and I can understand it. I'd do same thing


Was browsing some other forums and i saw some Milan fans going full breva mode

They hope Inter make CL , strengthen and make the title race a little bit more interesting Proud


Jesus Christ Laughing

I've seen this narrative of " supporting the league " just by some non Italian fans seriously


I dont think its particularly a non-Italian thing. If you browse BigSoccer forums that has a large Italian-American/Canadian contingent, most of them over there support all Italian clubs in Europe. I think its also more of a thing with Italians living abroad.
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by farfan on Sun May 13, 2018 10:11 pm

@Robespierre wrote:
@S wrote:
@Robespierre wrote:

It is impossibile you'll find Milan fans to hope Inter in place of Lazio , it is mainly a matter of rivalry and I can understand it. I'd do same thing


Was browsing some other forums and i saw some Milan fans going full breva mode

They hope Inter make CL , strengthen and make the title race a little bit more interesting Proud


Jesus Christ Laughing

I've seen this narrative of " supporting the league " just by some non Italian fans seriously


You should see " Italians " from France Laughing the absolute worst of the bunch. They just chauvinistically support anything Italy-related and talk about Serie A as if it's the 1990's. They're basically all Brevas.
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce on Sun May 13, 2018 10:12 pm

There's nothing worse than those horrible people who are not italians who call the transfer market "mercato".

Those people need to die in a fire imo.

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by S on Sun May 13, 2018 10:13 pm

@Great Leader Sprucenuce wrote:There's nothing worse than those horrible people who are not italians who call the transfer market "mercato".

Those people need to die in a fire imo.


Looking forward to the mercato this summer
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce on Sun May 13, 2018 10:18 pm


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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by farfan on Sun May 13, 2018 10:23 pm



WTF? rofl Wrestling is even sillier than I thought.
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce on Sun May 13, 2018 10:25 pm

They don't do stuff like that anymore, mainly because sponsors would never ever even consider allowing it.

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Warrior on Sun May 13, 2018 10:32 pm

🇮🇹 Scudetto !! 36 !! FORZA JUVE
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by S on Sun May 13, 2018 10:34 pm

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Firenze on Sun May 13, 2018 11:05 pm

@S wrote:


must feel prestigious for Juve to be put on the same pedestal as Lyon and Racing Club, ufff.
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Kaladin on Sun May 13, 2018 11:08 pm







Atalanta are an EL finishing team, Brighton are a championship team

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Robespierre on Sun May 13, 2018 11:08 pm

@Firenze wrote:
@S wrote:


must feel prestigious for Juve to be put on the same pedestal as Lyon and Racing Club, ufff.


The Treble Club is more amazing, there is Inter for Italy and Manchester United for England Proud :coffee:
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Firenze on Sun May 13, 2018 11:19 pm

true dat, when you win the treble as our temas have, you can claim to be the best team in the world at that point in time for certain

Juve's era of dominance when the league is at its weakest..

I'm not knocking the achievement too much as Juve can't make the other teams play good footbal, fans should feel happy. but I am not impressed.
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by rincon on Sun May 13, 2018 11:29 pm

Get that crap out of here.

We are beating teams that are collecting their all time record points. To win these scudettos there has been 0 margin for error.

We went straight out of consecutive 7th places to unbeaten to dethrone Milan.

We had to win almost a full round of Serie A (15 straight) to beat Roma, coming back from like 11th place.

We beat a team with the highest scorer in decades, basically all time of Serie A.

We beat one of the all time great Napolis that's getting to 90 points.

And much more. To do it once, twice, or three times is impressive. To do it every time is hugely impressive. The team was built (remember how the clubs were positioned at the start of our run) and hit the ground running right away. Then rebuilt, and rebuilt again.

The unbeaten season vs Ibra. Conte's 102 record points. Allegri's ridiculous comeback in 15/16. Edging Napoli and Roma. The club has done a massive job.
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Post by Firenze on Sun May 13, 2018 11:51 pm

None of those teams, not even this 'all time great' tier Napoli side, have been relevant whatsoever outside of the league in that time frame. I never said you didn't have to work for some of the titles, I'm just not impressed with the overall level of competition you've faced - having grown up watching Serie A in the 90s and early 2000s - both Milan teams at by far their weakest ever for most of these league wins from you. Nobody is going to consider you an all time great team during this era of dominance, not even in Italy IMO.
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Post by rincon on Sun May 13, 2018 11:52 pm

Well you are just wrong about that. This team is deeply etched in Serie A history.

Never in the past did we (or anyone else in Serie A) build teams this deep. First 11 have been better than any of our 7 teams, but for a league run of 38 games having a second team that can challenge the top is rare now and almost non-existent before.


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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Luca on Sun May 13, 2018 11:57 pm

A lot of peanut butter and jealous in this thread

Winning the league is never easy

Fans of historic clubs who can't crack the top 4 in the same half a decade talking about how weak the league is. Family, stop this
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by McLewis on Mon May 14, 2018 1:20 am

Congrats guys. Would've preferred the celebrating been delayed to next weekend and not in the Olimpico, but oh well.

One of your toughest of the 7 I would imagine. I can only smh at Napoli.

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by breva on Mon May 14, 2018 2:16 am

What is "Breva mode"? Are you Robes and Farfan talking about "moi"? Very Happy
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Post by breva on Mon May 14, 2018 2:17 am

Any way, pazza Inter. Losing to Sassuolo to make the last day interesting.
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Warrior on Mon May 14, 2018 5:10 am

What can we say about Inter's 4 consecutive titles then ? Unimpressive ? Juventus at its worst level and Milan was starting to decline.
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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Kaladin on Mon May 14, 2018 5:33 am

@Firenze wrote:None of those teams, not even this 'all time great' tier Napoli side, have been relevant whatsoever outside of the league in that time frame. I never said you didn't have to work for some of the titles, I'm just not impressed with the overall level of competition you've faced - having grown up watching Serie A in the 90s and early 2000s - both Milan teams at by far their weakest ever for most of these league wins from you. Nobody is going to consider you an all time great team during this era of dominance, not even in Italy IMO.


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No one will remember this Juve team, its not a team that plays great football, its not a team that made European strides, its not a team that has likeable figures, its not a team that played in a tough league and its not a team that had historic games this period.

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Warrior on Mon May 14, 2018 5:41 am

Sore losers rofl rofl

I've found it quite misplaced, on the day of celebrations, to come here and downgrade the club's achievement because our opponents were supposedly too shit compared to us.

And the league argument is pointless in an era ENTIRELY dominated by Spanish clubs, me i remember how Leicester coached by Ranieri managed to win Premier League, before deadline day on top of that. La Liga #1, the rest is far below in whatever order depending on which year.


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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Doc on Mon May 14, 2018 5:58 am

I'll just say this 7 in a row, this sheer dominance would be remembered the same way we remember Lyon's dominance in Ligue 1. Without Googling, I reckon they won like 5 or 7 in a row. It's great but it's not exactly great great.

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Re: The 2017/18 Calcio Thread: Part 3

Post by Warrior on Mon May 14, 2018 6:20 am

Lyon fans remember damn well it was 7

Juve fans will remember it's 7 and not 5

The rest of you can pamper yourselves with your 6th places and your crappy transfers. Maybe Doc you have more to brag about but i've never understood what was your problem towards Juve anyway. My 5 cents that it's the new crest.

Always belittle Juve i don't frankly give 2 shits, but today it was lack of class by you guys. Give us a break for our celebration time.
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