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(08-26-2012, 11:13 PM)ElMago99 Wrote: [ -> ]-----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...

Inter is so much better that it is scary. They just got 3 points, 3 goals, and a clean sheet away at Pescara. Damn.
(08-26-2012, 11:35 PM)ACM2012 Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-26-2012, 11:13 PM)ElMago99 Wrote: [ -> ]-----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...

Inter is so much better that it is scary. They just got 3 points, 3 goals, and a clean sheet away at Pescara. Damn.

Milan did not have much luck with newly promoted team... remember Livorno? Messina? Cesena? Sampdoria?
Quite a depressing day for Serie A. Just when you thought that Udinese got a favorable 1-1 away draw against a not-so-strong opponent in Praga thus should finally go through to the CL group stage, they again managed to get kicked out again. Icon_lol2Facepalm
It's Braga, 2012 Wink Anyway Guidolin conceded that Braga were the better team in both legs. They're just more spirited and fitter, which is funny because they're playing away and Udinese rested most of their 1st team players against Fiorentina last Saturday.

I don't know why Udinese insist on cashing in on their best players every summer instead of trying to get as much money as possible from the UCL group stage, but it's their call.
(08-29-2012, 01:08 AM)Nalx Wrote: [ -> ]It's Braga, 2012 Wink Anyway Guidolin conceded that Braga were the better team in both legs. They're just more spirited and fitter, which is funny because they're playing away and Udinese rested most of their 1st team players against Fiorentina last Saturday.

I don't know why Udinese insist on cashing in on their best players every summer instead of trying to get as much money as possible from the UCL group stage, but it's their call.

Maybe Udinese is secretly a club sent by La Liga giants or EPL board to sink Serie A.
If I'm not mistaken Udinese owner, the Pozzo family, also own Granada FC (Primera La Liga) and Watford FC (Championship League, England 2nd division). The last two clubs sort of act as feeder clubs for Udinese, receiving on-loan several players deemed not (yet) good enough for Udinese, so I don't see why they want to actually sink serie A.
(08-29-2012, 01:08 AM)Nalx Wrote: [ -> ]It's Braga, 2012 Wink Anyway Guidolin conceded that Braga were the better team in both legs. They're just more spirited and fitter, which is funny because they're playing away and Udinese rested most of their 1st team players against Fiorentina last Saturday.

I don't know why Udinese insist on cashing in on their best players every summer instead of trying to get as much money as possible from the UCL group stage, but it's their call.

Are you sure? Maybe they just changed their name too, from Braga to Praga, just like xudong is now 2012.

Grinundwech
I notice a change in the new season's schedule. There used to be a lot of games on Sunday afternoon, but all of them have now disappeared. This is certainly great news for West Coast Americans, but I wonder what's behind this change. Also, is it permanent or just for the first two weeks (doubt it)?
How about number of substitutes? I search for the substitutes for Milan in the last two games and we had more than 7 players. Is there any change regarding the number of substitutes in one Serie A game?
(09-02-2012, 05:30 PM)Siregar Wrote: [ -> ]How about number of substitutes? I search for the substitutes for Milan in the last two games and we had more than 7 players. Is there any change regarding the number of substitutes in one Serie A game?

Serie A bench now has 12 players, but the number of substitute is still limited to 3.

Anyway, vaffanculo rubentus, those cheating bastards are in action again tonight, damn.