Italian Serie A - 2021-2022

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Just me or did he get the ball?
 

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Great save that one.

Both teams have been making stupid mistakes though.
 

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Dumfries came off from the bench now, I’m sure he will do something of stupid as usual

Imagine having a right side with bissaka and dumfries, would be the worst of all time for the next 200 yrs
 
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How Milan haven't won this in the last ten minutes is beyond me.
 

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Final 20 minutes of fury from milan, so close

Great game
 

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fair result... both sides with some amazing chances. wish my team won, and those last 15min im not sure how we didnt.... but a draw was the right result.

amazing match, start to finish
 

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An entertaining game. Milan resting some key players against Porto to go all in tonight was the right call, they looked much better towards the end of the game and could have won it.

They will probably exit their CL group in fourth place and that will give them an edge domestically over Inter and Napoli.
 

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Just got back from the San Siro, properly fierce atmosphere and a great game. Inter should have won it in the first half.

I was looking forward to seeing Kessie live. Penalty aside he really wasn't good. Dwells on the ball far too much.
 

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A draw that tastes like a defeat
 

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The one single thing where we will miss Lukaku all season like fresh air and water is penalty taking. =(
 

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Inter - Milan was pretty nice to the eyes, to be fair, with the former showing more individual quality and the latter more patterns and hunger. The draw clearly makes Milan the happier side, Napoli as well.

If you ask me, if you really really ask me, I would be fine with… Napoli… winning this scudetto. :wenger:
 

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1-1 FT
fair result I guess both sides were so wasteful
fair result... both sides with some amazing chances. wish my team won, and those last 15min im not sure how we didnt.... but a draw was the right result.

amazing match, start to finish
An entertaining game. Milan resting some key players against Porto to go all in tonight was the right call, they looked much better towards the end of the game and could have won it.

They will probably exit their CL group in fourth place and that will give them an edge domestically over Inter and Napoli.
Just got back from the San Siro, properly fierce atmosphere and a great game. Inter should have won it in the first half.

I was looking forward to seeing Kessie live. Penalty aside he really wasn't good. Dwells on the ball far too much.
A draw that tastes like a defeat
The one single thing where we will miss Lukaku all season like fresh air and water is penalty taking. =(
As you all can see, nobody gives a feck at these latitudes, so we may just leave this forum for good. The only fair chance to ignite some interest in our farmers league is one of our clubs winning the CL again. Other than that, it is just var, racism, referees and bad defending. :boring:
 

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My friend who is a milan fan is still more afraid of Juventus catching Milan than Inter.
 

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My friend who is a milan fan is still more afraid of Juventus catching Milan than Inter.
Milan's biggest enemy is injuries.
If this crisis continues then I'll happily take a top 4 spot.
 

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My friend who is a milan fan is still more afraid of Juventus catching Milan than Inter.
Allegri has done this before but the current Juve team is much weaker than the one that caught Napoli some years back.
 

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what happened to that infamous Milan lab?
that same milan lab saw milan and football lose one of the most naturally gifted players to ever play (pato)... revisionist mostly.
this season has seen some freak injuries (ex: maignan w a hand fracture v liverpool) and covid. ibra is 40 and had like a 6mos layoff... expected, unfortunately.
 

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Milan handed their first defeat by Viola. Vlahovic just keeps banging them in
 

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Could someone following Serie A shed some light on why Berardi has not moved to a club that at the very least is fighting for spots in Europe? Is it out of loyalty to Sassuolo or something else I'm unaware of?
 

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Could someone following Serie A shed some light on why Berardi has not moved to a club that at the very least is fighting for spots in Europe? Is it out of loyalty to Sassuolo or something else I'm unaware of?
he is a pussy afraid to fail at a bigger stage happy to be in his comfort zone
 

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Could someone following Serie A shed some light on why Berardi has not moved to a club that at the very least is fighting for spots in Europe? Is it out of loyalty to Sassuolo or something else I'm unaware of?
He was co-owned by and later (when co-ownership was abolished) subject to a buy-back clause on behalf of Juventus, but refused the move as he wanted to stay at Sassuolo. Their sporting director, however, mentioned that Berardi wanted to leave last summer, but Sassuolo did not get an appropriate offer. It's about time he moves on, if he ever wants to play for a bigger club.
 

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He was co-owned by and later (when co-ownership was abolished) subject to a buy-back clause on behalf of Juventus, but refused the move as he wanted to stay at Sassuolo. Their sporting director, however, mentioned that Berardi wanted to leave last summer, but Sassuolo did not get an appropriate offer. It's about time he moves on, if he ever wants to play for a bigger club.
well the club who wanted to buy him was Fiorentina (so not a step up) but Sassuolo asking price was to high for them (35m) so he stayed
 

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Inter 3-2 Napoli, had nearly 10 mins of time added on as Oshimen had to go off injured after head collision.
 

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he is a pussy afraid to fail at a bigger stage happy to be in his comfort zone
mmm, it's more like, when he was around 21-22 yo he was considered too moody off the pitch and too flammable and undisciplined on the pitch to fit in a big team.

With age he got much better at that but then he was well estabilished at Sassuolo, so his price tag rose, a bit too much for someone untested at high level.
Only serious offer came from Juve but he refused it because he really don't like them... Sassuolo club owner has a very close relationship to Juventus and he wasn't pleased to renounce the cash and goodwill of his sale to Juve, so he hasn't been willing to discuss lower offers from other clubs so far.
 

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Wow a star is born? Two fanstastic goals from 18 year old Afena-Gyan.
 

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Very significant win for Inter that gets closer to the top.

As usual we play very well but we last only 70 minutes: Inzaghi makes two stupid substitution (Gagliardini is useless, Vidal is too old and slow) and gives the lead of the midfield to Napoli.
At the very end Handanovic has been lucky on Mario Rui headbutt and Mertens miss a huge chance at 97'.

Best for Inter: Skriniar and Bastoni as usual, Darmian and Perisic on the wings.

We need a low-budget midfielder in the January transfer window.
 
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Do you now that at Inter, Darmian looks like Luis Figo?
No, he doesn’t…figo was a masterclass. Matteo is playing very well, he always does the right thing and plays with pace tough. Average skilled player with good attitude, we are very proud of him!!!