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Post by Kaladin Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:32 pm

Milan, for the bench bursts Mihajlovic is two-horse race with Sarri

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An early april fools joke, surely? Laughing

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Post by Robespierre Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:04 pm

Sinsia Mihajlovic " Never to Milan"
" As I am , I could never coach Milan . It is one of best clubs in the world but I was Inter player and coach (2nd) , I couldn't do it for respect towards Inter fans. I know this my way of thinking can rebound against myself but I am so ,  I could never coach Milan, Roma, Palermo and Genoa "  - ( or rather the rival teams where he was as a player or coach.)

(19 November 2010)

the lulz if he goes in Milan after it Laughing
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Post by Vibe Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:20 pm

A man who played for Roma and Lazio.
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Post by Robespierre Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:28 pm

Yes but there is a reason why Roma fans call him " Maialovic " and not " Mihajlovic " ( maiale = pig ). ... Both parts have removed that past.
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Post by M99 Wed Mar 18, 2015 6:17 pm

What the *bleep* happened to the Montella links
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Post by Kaladin Wed Mar 18, 2015 6:36 pm

The manager rumor merry go round went like this:

Spalletti>Conte>Brocchi>Montella>Sarri>Lippi>Donadoni>Sinisa

We still haven't been linked with Ventura, Stramaccioni and Mandorlini. I expect the links to emerge sometime next week lol
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Post by Andrew Wed Mar 18, 2015 7:38 pm

Guardiola to Milan

Simeone to Inter

Montella to Roma

Spalletti to Fiorentina

Mihajlovic to Napoli

dat Serie A Proud :bow:

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Post by salmano9 Fri Mar 20, 2015 12:12 am

We need a Rudi Garcia Denunciation thread.
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Post by BarrileteCosmico Fri Mar 20, 2015 12:15 am

Laughing

Football fans have such short memories.

I wouldn't be surprised if he gets sacked if he fails to make 2nd place, this is Roma after all, but I think even if he doesn't make the CL that he deserves one more season considering the promise he has previously shown.
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Post by Kaladin Fri Mar 20, 2015 12:33 am

Sinisa is the favorite for Milan's bench next season

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I wonder who's the favorite next week
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Post by Robespierre Fri Mar 20, 2015 12:41 am

Rudi Garcia is going to make same end than Spalletti and Ranieri

Rated from king to evil in a short time .
The most humoral environment in Italy. It's not a case Roma can passing from a great season to a crap season easily. And they give their best when there is not pressure and expectations ( as last year)
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Post by McLewis Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:24 am

For the record, I still back Garcia. As we saw today, many of the Ultras still back him. That's quite important.

I just think he needs to get over himself and shake up this squad. Sticking to the same formation, the same tactics and the same mentality will not get us where we're needing to go.
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Post by McLewis Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:25 am

And there should be no denunciation thread for him as there was no appreciation thread for him when he could do no wrong.

Consistency, lads.
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Post by farfan Fri Mar 20, 2015 1:41 am

Roma is better off without Wenger's clone .
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Post by Kaladin Fri Mar 20, 2015 2:39 pm

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Post by McLewis Fri Mar 20, 2015 2:55 pm

There are so many issues with this squad right now:

- Lack of solid goalkeeping. As I expected, De Sanctis declined noticeably this season. Skorupski is simply not ready. His mistake last night confirmed it.

- Lack of a solid defense. Exposed the above problem. No leaders back there, despite the experience on show. Only Manolas can hold his head high, but he still has a lot to learn. Cole is a pure flop, Holebas is very average, Maicon is crocked and will probably never regain the motivation he once had. Torosidis is also painfully average. Yanga-Mbiwa is not CL-quality and I really find it hard to consider Astori even Serie A-quality on evidence. As usual, Roma's defense is an absolute mess.

- Midfield has been absolutely abysmal -  Once our strongest area. Strootman's absence, De Rossi's indifference, and Pjanic's poor form have done this area in. Nainggolan has run himself into the ground and Keita has tried to provide stability and leadership, but has failed in both areas. That said, he has been our most consistent performer in midfield. Then there's the younger players. Paredes isn't ready for prime-time, but has shown great potential. Ucan....why did we sign him again? Rudi has completely ostracized him. Fenerbahce will be getting him back in 2 years, from the looks of it.

- The forwards just can't finish - It's really that simple. Gervinho's a known quantity so his poor form doesn't surprise me. Totti has had fitness issues and simply isn't getting on the ball anywhere near as much as we need him to, that's down to teams not allowing him space because Rudi keeps deploying the same exact way every game.  Iturbe looks limited without a definitive reference point like he had at Verona with Toni up front. I can't really judge him further than that. Ljajic has been good, but he's not a natural finisher and he shouldn't be expected to be. The fact that he's our top scorer says it all. Florenzi has been probably everyone's favorite Roma player this season and he has emerged surprisingly as Totti's natural successor ahead of DDR as the captain, especially due to his latest performances and his passion. He's done everything asked of him to the best of his ability. One of the very few outfielders who can hold his head high over these past few months.

The Coach - Rudi comes in for blame for failing to deal with the obvious morale issues and more importantly, with the fact that this squad has been found out by everyone they've played against this year. Sports and many other Ligue 1 aficianodos have pointed to his time at Lille as the blueprint for what we're seeing now and everyone of them were right on the money. What's worse is that he may have lost Totti's support, which means the rest of the locker room might just follow sooner or later. His days are likely numbered in Rome unless he can keep us in the CL...even then, that might not be enough to save him. Worse than his tactics though.....the single worst thing Rudi did to this team was filling their heads with the nonsense that we "will" win the scudetto this season. That was absolute poison. I firmly believe we had a great chance for challenging Juve all the way for the scudetto, but to outright win it? That was never a certainty and Rudi never should've treated it as such. This created unimaginable pressure on the players, who just weren't going to be able to live up to it. That hurt us more than any amount of goals scored ever could.

Transfers - Finally, Sabatini will likely fall on his sword and leave at the end of the season, but I honestly don't think he can be blamed for what's happened here. I didn't agree with him selling Destro, but I understood why he did it. That was 100% Rudi's fault. On paper, signing Doumbia should've solved that problem, but Walt couldn't have predicted Doumbia's poor fitness, form, and utter lack of interest when he's played. Ibarbo is probably going to be flop though, but Walt's entitled to his duds as well, as is every DS. Most importantly, I don't blame Walt for failing to sign Salah. Yes, he tore us apart yesterday for the 2nd game running, but I want to see what his long term return will be. Will he be this world-beater next season when Fiorentina have shelled out the huge sum of money for him? I really don't know. He's in a purple vein of form right now so it's hard to draw meaningful conclusions.

Like I said....this squad has many, many problems right now. Togetherness, chemistry and teamwork got us where we were last season. All of it is gone now this season and that's more damaging than any injuries or tactical setback.
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Post by Vibe Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:06 pm

Is Castan nearing a comeback?
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Post by salmano9 Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:10 pm

McLewis wrote:And there should be no denunciation thread for him as there was no appreciation thread for him when he could do no wrong.

Consistency, lads.

Lol, at some point he was considered to be a 433 genius lol
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Post by McLewis Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:13 pm

Vibe wrote:Is Castan nearing a comeback?


He's been training pretty regularly, but his return to action is still uncertain.
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Post by McLewis Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:14 pm

salmano9 wrote:
McLewis wrote:And there should be no denunciation thread for him as there was no appreciation thread for him when he could do no wrong.

Consistency, lads.

Lol, at some point he was considered to be a 433 genius lol


And now it's the bane of every Romanista's existence Laughing
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Post by farfan Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:16 pm

that 7-1 destroyed the team .

it all went downhill from there .
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Post by McLewis Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:19 pm

farfan wrote:that 7-1 destroyed the team .

it all went downhill from there .


I think it slowly sapped us of morale, belief, and confidence. More than anything, it gave the rest of Europe a blueprint on how to stop Roma effectively. That was the worst damage.
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Post by McAgger Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:58 pm

We're buying Pjanic in the summer Neal. I hope his current form is just due to the whole club suffering and not something lingering.
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Post by Vibe Fri Mar 20, 2015 4:14 pm

It's astounding how much bad luck can one team have as Roma do,hence I got inspired.Here we go...

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Would have made more but I'm working night shit at the hospital Laughing


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Post by McAgger Fri Mar 20, 2015 4:21 pm

rofl
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Post by M99 Fri Mar 20, 2015 5:15 pm

Laughing
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