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Post by M99 Mon Jul 29, 2013 8:51 pm

http://www.football-italia.net/36940/serie-2013-14-full-fixture-list

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Post by RealGunner Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:23 pm

Livorno, Verona and Parma the 1st three games for Roma.

Top of the league :coffee:
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Post by Lupi Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:39 pm

RealGunner wrote:Livorno, Verona and Parma the 1st three games for Roma.

Top of the league :coffee:

That is not that easy as you think i wish it was , cant remember the season when Roma actually won the first game , last i think was 2007 or something
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:41 pm

Parma aren't normally a team to get past so easily

Now they have Fatboy Cassano too, who needs to try and prove himself over the likes of Di Natale for a 2014 WC place.
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Post by Lupi Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:52 pm

I think Cassano will help Parma and expect great performances from Him
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:53 pm

Yeah he'll thrive in a smaller team at this point tbh


If he can keep it up, he will definitely be in the WC squad. But as for him starting, it's hard to see past Di Natale if he has another 20+ season playing for the ever declining Udinese (Selling players all the time)
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Post by Lupi Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:58 pm

as long as they keep Gilardino away from the squad i'd be happy , Di Natale hasnt been the best for Italy either , he is a club player or whatever the term is
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Post by AltoZ Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:59 pm

Hellas - Milan 1st round.

So Balotelli will experience racist chant already from the start...
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:00 pm

Oh ffs if Gila gets a call up I give up trying to read Prandelli's mind

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Post by serieAkings Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:31 pm

3rd round vs Juventus, at least that will be over with quickly.
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Post by Kaladin Mon Jul 29, 2013 11:59 pm

Another late Derby...and right after Roma...
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Post by djfawnz Tue Jul 30, 2013 1:17 am

il gladiatore plz son, di natale was a late bloomer. he is an explosive player for his club and country.

This season, juventus has some really tough run of fixtures.
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Post by Lupi Tue Jul 30, 2013 2:28 am

djfawnz wrote:il gladiatore plz son, di natale was a late bloomer. he is an explosive player for his club and country.

This season, juventus has some really tough run of fixtures.

son?

he never was explosive for his country , was following Italy all my life
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Post by Luca Tue Jul 30, 2013 2:37 am

djfawnz wrote:il gladiatore plz son, di natale was a late bloomer. he is an explosive player for his club and country.

This season, juventus has some really tough run of fixtures.

Di Natale for the national team has always been a fish out of water, a mere shadow of him at Udinese. Shouldn't be in Brazil. Giuseppe Rossi could be if he puts together a good season for Fiorentina (just throwing his name into the mix, unsure if this is the appropriate thread).

Really tough start for Juventus though

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Post by B-Mac Tue Jul 30, 2013 2:41 am

Juve won't lose a game till week 12
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Tue Jul 30, 2013 2:44 am

The fixture list could do us some good, a flurry of huge games followed by months where most of our opponents are at the wrong end of the table. If we can carve out a lead early on, the big teams will be knocking points off of each other whilst any points we happen to drop will be considered a major upset.

Plus, it'll be a good warm up for the CL knockouts (Providing we make it there and I haven't just jinxed the club into hell)

It'll be good having the luxury to rest 5-6 first teamers including Pirlo whilst we prepare for a knockout round.
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Post by Tomwin Lannister Tue Jul 30, 2013 2:47 am

Meh, after a rough record against Napoli we established leadership over them

And whilst they are definitely capable of defeating us, I still like our chances.



Cavani was always a huge threat to us, Higuain is great but definitely not Cavani

Campagnaro > Albiol

Their wing-backs are going to struggle at full back, particularly if we opt for a 4-3-3

We have a much better strikeforce now

All in all I think we're even more capable of beating Napoli than the previous two seasons (One game they had 0 shots on target, and about 3 hopefull long distance shots in total rofl )
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Post by Ruud Gullit Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:02 am

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Post by Winter is Coming Tue Jul 30, 2013 9:04 am

Serie A will be the most competitive league this season.
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Post by M99 Tue Jul 30, 2013 11:13 am

Juve/Milan in October. This gonna be good.
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Post by M99 Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:44 am

The other things to look forward to in Italian Serie A

Much of the discussion on the upcoming 2013-14 Italian Serie A has centred around the Scudetto race, the new signings, who will win this year's Capocannoniere, the crop of youngsters, the battle for the Champions League spots and Juventus, AC Milan, Napoli and Fiorentina. There are some other interesting things that will be worth looking at this season.


Mazzari's Inter: Inter Milan finished a disastrous 9th last season and to no one's surprise manager Andrea Stramaccioni got sacked and his replacement is Walter Mazzari. After Jose Mourinho left Inter for Real Madrid after winning the treble, Inter has signed and sacked Benitez, Leonardo, Gasperini, Ranieri and now Stramaccioni. Walter Mazzari has a good track record with Napoli and will likely continue the 3 man defence Inter employed last season. Inter has signed a talented young crop of players in Mauro Icardi, Ishak Belfodil, Diego Laxalt and is close to signing Wallace from Chelsea. They are also linked with Luiz Gustavo. Mazzari has a notorious record of not using youth but at Inter with these new signings and Kovacic, Mazzari will most likely use these youngsters effectively

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If Gustavo comes, then Cambiasso is replaced. Belfodil will rotate with Icardi and Palacio. I think they will finish much higher than 9th this season and Mazzari will not get sacked and stay on for some time and make Inter a CL qualifying side again.


Rudi Roma: Roma have also appointed a new coach in former Lille manager Rudi Garcia and will hope that he will not disappoint like Luis Enrique and Zdenek Zeman. Roma have had a big money departure in young defender Marquinhos and has acquired Dutch midfielder Kevin Strootman and two defenders in Mehdi Benatia and Tin Jedvaj. Maarten Stekelenburg has also been replaced by Morgan De Sanctis while Maicon has been signed form Manchester City. They are strongly linked with Gervinho while striker Pablo Osvaldo is tipped for an exit. With De Rossi, Bradley, Strootman, Pjanic and Florenzi, Roma arguably boast the best midfield in Serie A after Juventus and also have promising set of young players in Lamela, Destro, Jedvaj, Florenzi, Pjanic and Strootman. They could be a dark horse for Top 3 this year.


Development of Stephan El Shaarawy: After a huge number of high profile departures with minimal reinforcements is the summer of 2012, Milan looked to be destined for midtable mediocrity or even worse. Stephan El Shaarawy stepped up and carried Milan is his back and suddenly became top scorer and best player of Serie A after a series of game winning performances for Milan until the winter break. January saw the arrival of Mario Balotelli and El Shaarawy since then has not been able to replicate the form he had shown in the first half of the season. Some say it is because he is incompatible with Balotelli (who scored 12 goals in 13 appearances for Milan) while others have noted that he is simply physically and mentally exhausted after carrying a team in his back at such a young age and from starting nearly every game. This season he will play as a second striker in a 4-3-1-2 partnering Balotelli rather than in the left side of the attacking trio in 4-3-3 as he did last season with Balotelli in the centre and Niang or Boateng on the right. It remains to be seen whether he can play effectively as SS and whether he can truly co-exist with Balotelli.

Italian sides in Europe: Last year in the Champions League, Juventus had a respectable showing in the Champions League, losing 4-0 on aggregate to eventual winners Bayern Munich and AC Milan after a brilliant 2-0 victory against Barcelona at San Siro, was humbled to a 4-0 defeat on the return leg. This year sees the automatic qualification of Juventus who strengthened their weak line with Fernando Llorente and Carlos Tevez, and Napoli whose new coach Rafael Benitez wasted no time in acquiring Mertens, Callejon, Albiol and Higuain to cover up the departures of Campagnaro and Cavani. AC Milan has to win a playoff round to qualify for the group stages, while losing would see them qualify for the Europa League along with Fiorentina. Udinese also are in the playoff round for the Europa League.

Relegation battle: Last year saw Pescara go straight down after being promoted and a shocker in Palermo being relegated. This year's newly promoted sides are Sassuolo, Hellas Verona and Livorno. Sassuolo and Hellas Verona has a good chance of staying up while Livorno could easily go down again. There are the chances of another Palermo in Genoa while Torinho and Atalanta are also likely be in the battle.
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:46 am

If Inter get Gustavo they will finish top 3 at least.

Same goes for Milan if they get Honda and Ljajic.

What i'm saying is if these deals happen the top 3 will be Juve, Milan and Inter.

Just like the good old days Laughing 
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Post by S Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:49 am

They wont sign Gustavo.They cant afford him at this point.
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Post by M99 Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:51 am

Don't think Top 3, definitely 4th/5th. One DM will not make the difference, no matter how good he is.

Or hell they are gonna win the whole damn thing, dont wanna jinx them into finishing above us Laughing
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Post by Great Leader Sprucenuce Sat Aug 03, 2013 12:04 pm

M99 wrote:Don't think Top 3, definitely 4th/5th. One DM will not make the difference, no matter how good he is.

Or hell they are gonna win the whole damn thing, dont wanna jinx them into finishing above us Laughing

Will free up GOATvacic :coffee:

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