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(09-17-2015, 03:16 AM)somedevil Wrote: [ -> ]I find it hilarious that even Zaccardo is doing well after leaving Milan. There must something in the water at Milanello.

Galliani was able to intoxicate everything at Milanello. This old fart should be shown the door.  Angry

In Zaccardo's defense, first, he is a world champion; second, he was the only player that could score against Buffon through a non-dead ball situation in that entire tournament.  Sagrin Sagrin
Serie A launches streaming service
by Football Italia1

The Lega Serie A will launch an innovative new streaming service this weekend.
The new service will broadcast three live Serie A matches per weekend, with fans able to watch all three for €3.99, or €2 per match.
Presented by Laura Barriales of Juventus TV, the new Serie A tv will broadcast a pre-game and post-game show for each match featured.
During the live matches, a second screen will display stats and data about the match and individual players, while Pierluigi Pardo will provide commentary.
The matches will initially be free on the Serie A TIM app for the rest of this month, before a separate app is launched in October when the pay-per-view will come in.

This weekend’s matches will be Udinese-Empoli on Saturday, with Chievo-Inter and Genoa-Juventus being streamed on Sunday.


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Thanks for letting us know. An interesting service, though it'll be interesting to see what the take up will be.
Sassuolo with a couple nice goals so far vs Roma. Only watching on a Simulcast though so I'm not sure about the overall balance of play. Totti's goal looked offside as well..
Inter won again today. 12 points already, with four 1-goal victories so far.

Very annoying.
I saw most of the match, Inter were pretty lucky again. It's both strange and frustrating that Palermo scored pretty much every chance they got last night, yet teams (including us) fail to score against this Inter despite numerous chances. Got to give credit though, they keep grounding out the results and have only conceded 1 so far.

Saw a bit of the Juve game (the first 35 minutes or so), they don't look convincing either, though Genoa's a tough match.
(09-20-2015, 04:06 PM)ACMILAN1983 Wrote: [ -> ]I saw most of the match, Inter were pretty lucky again. It's both strange and frustrating that Palermo scored pretty much every chance they got last night, yet teams (including us) fail to score against this Inter despite numerous chances. Got to give credit though, they keep grounding out the results and have only conceded 1 so far.

How long can they keep that up?
they're gonna fall hard, and struggle to find that form again. I'm sure of that.

Mancini isn't even trying to change anything. or he's simply unable to!
The scary thing is that they're not even in form yet but they have a perfect record. One would expect them to get better as the season progresses..
Bloody Inter won again, if they keep going, they might really have a chance to win the title...
My view on Inter is still they're walking a tightrope. They are winning, but the way they are playing is still not good, it's pretty poor in fact. At this point I see no progression in their play, it's the same stuff every week, meaning unless they seriously start building their game, or they continue this good run for a decent period longer giving them a mental strength, this run won't last and eventually that bubble will pop. Usually when that happens in this sort of scenario, it's a bad defeat that has a big affect on the confidence often resulting in mixed results. I will give them credit where it's due, they grind out the results, which is something that we don't seem to understand how to do, in fact we can't even seem to win comfortably when we should.

We're somewhat fortunate actually, as despite the slow start we're in a position where none of our direct competitors barring Inter seemed to be taking any real advantage. Also as I said, I'm not convinced Inter will keep it up at all right now.