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(03-11-2013, 10:46 AM)Nalx Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-11-2013, 02:58 AM)Aficio Wrote: [ -> ]Now Fio have emerged as most dangerous competitor. However, our aim is not 3rd anymore.

Montella hit the nail on the head when he said the table is so tight they could finish third or seventh. It's the same thing with us (and three or four other clubs) so we'd better be careful.

We need, more than ever, to win against Palermo and Chievo before facing Fiorentina at Artemio Franchi then !!

Fiorentina will face Genoa and Cagliari, and I don't know why, but I think Genoa are going to cause them some problems and could help us (a draw ?) ...

Next games :

Catania - Udinese
Milan - Palermo
Bologna - Juventus
Torino - Lazio
Sampdoria - Inter
Fiorentina - Genoa
Roma - Parma
Napoli - Atalanta

Palermo - Roma
Lazio - Catania
Cagliari - Fiorentina
Inter - Juventus
Chievo - Milan
Torino - Napoli

Bold : Games that could benefit us (games between direct rivals for the 2nd/3rd spot)
Italic : Games I think could turn at our advantage ...
(03-11-2013, 10:46 AM)Nalx Wrote: [ -> ]
(03-11-2013, 02:58 AM)Aficio Wrote: [ -> ]Now Fio have emerged as most dangerous competitor. However, our aim is not 3rd anymore.

Montella hit the nail on the head when he said the table is so tight they could finish third or seventh. It's the same thing with us (and three or four other clubs) so we'd better be careful.


I know we shouldn't be full of ourselves. However, we now sit at the 3rd, so the aim is normally somewhere higher.

And since Napoli's form is inconsistent, I think Montela's word can be change to any of the top 7 besides Juve can finish from 2 to 7 Big Grin
We should just continue to focus on ourselves. Set ourselves goals and not focus on others around us, as it normally leads to problems.
An article on a Chinese website claims that Juventus has scored winning goal in dying minutes in five occasions (and hence earned 10 extra points). I can't bother to verify but this is so pissing me off.
Wouldn't surprise me if it's true. Given Conte's never say die attitude it seems fairly normal
(03-11-2013, 05:29 PM)ACMILAN1983 Wrote: [ -> ]Wouldn't surprise me if it's true. Given Conte's never say die attitude it seems fairly normal

Some would dye to look younger, but Conte had too little hair left for that, hence his "never say dye" attitude.

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He went for a wig instead.

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Gasperini leaves Palermo...again
By Football Italia staff

Palermo have officially announced that Coach Gian Piero Gasperini has agreed to mutually terminate his contract.

The Rosanero lost a relegation six-pointer against Siena yesterday, which left them five points adrift from safety at the bottom of Serie A.

And President Maurizio Zamparini has decided to release the tactician for the second time this term.

Gasperini was sacked on February 4 to be replaced by Alberto Malesani, only to be re-hired 19 days later by the Sicilian side.

A statement on their website read: “Palermo Soccer, at the end of a meeting between director Giorgio Perinetti and Gian Piero Gasperini, can announce that there has been an agreement to mutually terminate the contract of the Coach.”

Reports have suggested that Giuseppe Sannino, who himself was sacked by Palermo on week three of this season, could, remarkably, be re-hired.

http://www.football-italia.net/31762/gas...lermoagain

LOL! Icon_lol2
Zamparini is one of the better examples of how not to run teams. Selling Pastore and Sirigu meant funds and a chance of being at least something like Udinese but he has no clue obviously.
(03-11-2013, 11:45 PM)reza Wrote: [ -> ]Zamparini is one of the better examples of how not to run teams. Selling Pastore and Sirigu meant funds and a chance of being at least something like Udinese but he has no clue obviously.

Exactly. A lot of people will say colourful presidents like him make Serie A a more interesting place, but Zamparini has long since crossed the line from eccentric to complete moron. If he's wondering how his club has been transformed from European contenders to relegation battlers, he needs only to look at himself.

I actually sort of like Palermo, but frankly I'd now love to see them go down just to screw over Zampa.
I never liked Palermo, and absolutely resent Zamparini. I have been waiting for their demotion to Serie B. Hopefully this will happen this May. Smile

Zamparini, Nicollin (or whatever his name is that runs the club of Montpellier) are both crazy, totally irrational, compared to them, Abramovich is such an easy guy to deal with.