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I like and dislike Buffon. He's a great player, but he's a bit like Ibra in that he says stupid things. He's a little less controversial with his comments, but they're stupid nonetheless.
That's true. He has caused trouble to himself for Nazi-related gesture (I believe it happened when he was still a Parma player), and on top of everything, gambling issue. Facepalm

Massimo Oddo just announced his retirement. Wonderful player. Too bad he came (back) to Milan many years too late. Okmilan
http://www.football-italia.net/21026/juv...ess-shirts

Quote:Juventus reveal star-less shirts

By Football Italia staff

Juventus have explained the reasoning behind their decision to withdraw the gold stars from their new jerseys which were unveiled on Wednesday.

The Old Lady were expected to add a gold star to their previous two after winning the Scudetto last season, but they’ve instead opted to take away the symbols altogether.

“We count our success and it equals 30,” President Andrea Agnelli noted. “Then we look at the calculations of the Federation and we realise that it comes to 28.

“As we don’t agree, we chose to take the stars away because we don’t recognise such arithmetic.”

The contentious two Scudetti are the 2005 and 2006 championships which were revoked as a result of the Calciopoli sporting trial.

Instead of gold stars – which represent 10 League titles – Juventus’ shirt now has the ’30 sul campo’ motto under the badge which translates as ’30 won on the pitch’.

“All the true Juventini feel like we have won 30,” Agnelli continued. “We have always accepted the decisions of the sporting justice system, but new facts have since emerged.

“The Federation, however, opted to not make a new decision and that is why a number of legal actions have been taken to defend our interests.”

The Juventus jerseys will also include a famous phrase from the legendary Giampiero Boniperti on the inside of its collar – ‘winning is not important, it is the only thing that matters’.

The home shirt will have white numbers on a black background, while the players’ names will appear in black on a white background.

The away kit will be all black, while the third will be the pink second strip from the 2011-12 campaign.

Agnelli was also questioned about whom would inherit Alessandro Del Piero’s No 10 shirt after his departure last month.

“The players will decide,” the President added. “We all know how much that particular shirt will weigh.

“We have had some excellent No 10s in our history and we hope that whoever gets it next can have the same amount of success in it, or perhaps just a little bit less than who wore it last.”

(07-11-2012, 05:25 PM)xudong Wrote: [ -> ]http://www.football-italia.net/21026/juv...ess-shirts

Quote:Juventus reveal star-less shirts

By Football Italia staff

Juventus have explained the reasoning behind their decision to withdraw the gold stars from their new jerseys which were unveiled on Wednesday.

The Old Lady were expected to add a gold star to their previous two after winning the Scudetto last season, but they’ve instead opted to take away the symbols altogether.

“We count our success and it equals 30,” President Andrea Agnelli noted. “Then we look at the calculations of the Federation and we realise that it comes to 28.

“As we don’t agree, we chose to take the stars away because we don’t recognise such arithmetic.”

The contentious two Scudetti are the 2005 and 2006 championships which were revoked as a result of the Calciopoli sporting trial.

Instead of gold stars – which represent 10 League titles – Juventus’ shirt now has the ’30 sul campo’ motto under the badge which translates as ’30 won on the pitch’.

“All the true Juventini feel like we have won 30,” Agnelli continued. “We have always accepted the decisions of the sporting justice system, but new facts have since emerged.

“The Federation, however, opted to not make a new decision and that is why a number of legal actions have been taken to defend our interests.”

The Juventus jerseys will also include a famous phrase from the legendary Giampiero Boniperti on the inside of its collar – ‘winning is not important, it is the only thing that matters’.

The home shirt will have white numbers on a black background, while the players’ names will appear in black on a white background.

The away kit will be all black, while the third will be the pink second strip from the 2011-12 campaign.

Agnelli was also questioned about whom would inherit Alessandro Del Piero’s No 10 shirt after his departure last month.

“The players will decide,” the President added. “We all know how much that particular shirt will weigh.

“We have had some excellent No 10s in our history and we hope that whoever gets it next can have the same amount of success in it, or perhaps just a little bit less than who wore it last.”

"The truth is that everyone is making a mistake – 28, 30, 31, 24, 25…Enough is enough. There is a body which will rule on it."

Allegri
I feel bad for Serie A : Leonardo is playing a very bad game against Italy by trying to get the best players in Paris ... If Lavezzi (official), Ibra (almost done) and Thiago Silva (to be confirmed) leave in this club, it will be a disaster !!

Some other people could say he's making a favour to the clubs by paying huge amounts of money to these clubs (if we include Pastore last season), but even if it won't drastically change the whole level of the championship, the fact that some of the stars leave is a very bad thing for the image of Serie A.
Hey, maybe PSG will buy all the stars (including TS and ZI) and then change its name to AC Milan. So we Milan fans can still have a superquality side to support, finally after years. :d
(07-12-2012, 03:32 PM)xudong Wrote: [ -> ]Hey, maybe PSG will buy all the stars (including TS and ZI) and then change its name to AC Milan. So we Milan fans can still have a superquality side to support, finally after years. :d

In order to do that, PSG also needs to buy the President + GM as well, otherwise, their fans will terribly miss out on the famous mercato drama. SagrinDevilol
Yep, we are going to miss the "drama". Big Grin Don't we all hate having all the money and throwing it around as we wish? Icon_lol2
I wonder the feeling of those PSG fans are having these days when their days are filled with big surprise, one day after another.
much be pretty similar with Milan fans decades ago when Berlu took over.?