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(07-13-2012, 06:44 AM)edysim Wrote: [ -> ]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.?

Most of them aren't that optimistic, especially when the players they're linked with are from Milan (failed negotiations for Pato and Thiago Silva for the record) ...

Of course, you will always find some fans of Paris (a lot of them are stupid) who will think their club is the most powerful, the strongest, etc ... But the majority waits to see the things happen before enjoying.

They got some players, but they already failed to get Beckham, Pato, Thiago Silva, and another player I don't remember. The highest profile players Leonardo tried to take all stayed in their respective clubs until now.

The main problem I see with all that is not that Milan becomes a supermarket or other like some people said, but that with these players coming to Paris, some other big players could join them, and Paris will really become a strong team ... Sad

And like UEFA likes to put the teams involved in mercato stories in the same group in CL, we could well have to play against PSG in our group !!
Will this side win Scudetto?

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2012-13 Serie A finally opened. Fiorentina defeated Udinese 2-1 with a strong second half (particularly second part of second half). Jovetic scored twice to help Fiorentina come back from behind. What an amazing player. Heart
Fiorentina played quite well for a team that has just been through some major revamp and they kept Udinese on back foot almost the entire match. Even Aqua settled in nicely after coming in as a sub with several pinpoint long-passes. Jojo himself in on another level IMO. How much longer can they be able to retain him before the big clubs come with offers they can't refuse?
(08-25-2012, 07:11 PM)Nalx Wrote: [ -> ]Fiorentina played quite well for a team that has just been through some major revamp and they kept Udinese on back foot almost the entire match. Even Aqua settled in nicely after coming in as a sub with several pinpoint long-passes. Jojo himself in on another level IMO. How much longer can they be able to retain him before the big clubs come with offers they can't refuse?

If you are thinking "Milan" representing the "big clubs", the answer is never or whenever Berlusconi sells the club, whichever comes earlier. Icon_lol2 Grinundwech
Nope. Officially we've been a feeder club for big clubs since 2006.
Amazing. It seems that there was even more controversies in Juventus game, including Pirlo's second "goal".



Nice to know that not much has changed. I don't think the Pirlo goal was debatable, to me it was clearly kept on the line.
(08-25-2012, 07:11 PM)Nalx Wrote: [ -> ]Fiorentina played quite well for a team that has just been through some major revamp and they kept Udinese on back foot almost the entire match. Even Aqua settled in nicely after coming in as a sub with several pinpoint long-passes. Jojo himself in on another level IMO. How much longer can they be able to retain him before the big clubs come with offers they can't refuse?

It's what happens when the coach knows what he wants, and the project is done and accepted by both the coach and the management ...

It seems MOntella wanted a midfield full of players who are able to dribble and pass to hold the ball and play well, and with guys like Jovetic or also El Hamdaoui (he impressed me in the few I watched, being a threat for almost each time he touched the ball) who can dribble and create chances forward, FIorentina could be one of the teams to follow this season ...

Rumours talk about Huntelaar in Fiorentina (other names are Borriello, Berbatov and Bendtner).
-----Cassano------Milito-----------
-----------Sneijder----------------
--Cambiasso----Guarin---------
-----------Gargano--------------
Nagatomo-----------------Zanetti
----Ranocchia----Samuel--------
------------Handanovic-----------


They're not a little better, they're a lot better.... This is so sad...