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View Poll Results: Select max. 3 - Who is your player of the season? (alphabetical order)
Bennacer 6 2.69%
Calabria 75 33.63%
Calhanoglu 1 0.45%
Castillejo 2 0.90%
Dalot 0 0%
G. Donnarumma 32 14.35%
Diaz 1 0.45%
Gabbia 0 0%
Hauge 0 0%
Theo 51 22.87%
Ibrahimovic 68 30.49%
Kalulu 0 0%
Kessie 205 91.93%
Kjaer 98 43.95%
Krunic 1 0.45%
Leao 0 0%
Mandzukic 0 0%
Meite 0 0%
Rebic 7 3.14%
Romagnoli 0 0%
Saelemaekers 2 0.90%
Tatarusanu 0 0%
Tomori 12 5.38%
Tonali 0 0%
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Old 08-05-2021, 07:49   #3221
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Spezia need to force Napoli to drop points. That's the least they can do after playing like fucking demons against us, and only us.
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Old 08-05-2021, 08:25   #3222
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Today, i would want him fired only for Allegri.

The next coach who comes will have to work with choices Pioli is making today... is a infinity circle at Milan and nobody is having courage to end this.
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Old 08-05-2021, 08:32   #3223
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If we get fined because of the ESL early participation, Gazidis should pay from his own pocket.
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Old 08-05-2021, 08:52   #3224
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Juventus lose Scudetto and could miss 2 years of European football.
Inter win Scudetto but are in a financial predicament that they may not be able to dig out of.

Then Milan... normal finances for once, can invest... but still here we are, from Winter Champs to battling out for 4th with 4 games to go. Can't anything just be easy for us?


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Old 08-05-2021, 09:15   #3225
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dude they're gonna challenge it on court, and UEFA will lose, as usual.
by that time we'll be listening to CL anthem
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Old 08-05-2021, 09:15   #3226
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If we get fined because of the ESL early participation, Gazidis should pay from his own pocket.
you think Elliot didn't know?
they pay for everything anyway
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Old 08-05-2021, 09:16   #3227
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Gazzetta - Gigio, a great desire for Milan: the Rossoneri's passion is intact, even the family votes for the renewal
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Old 08-05-2021, 09:17   #3228
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********** - Milan try again for Berge
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Old 08-05-2021, 10:02   #3229
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There are reports that Inter players have refused President Steven Zhang?s request to cut their wages, with even Antonio Conte and Beppe Marotta considering their future

So it begins
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Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona released a joint statement slamming ?unacceptable pressures, threats and offences? to abandon the Super League project, turning on the nine clubs that signed a deal with UEFA.

As reported earlier today by the New York Times, these three are refusing to let go of the Super League project and will not only take legal action against UEFA, but also the nine sides that backed out ? Milan, Inter, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid.

The three remaining giants released a joint statement this morning regarding the situation.


?In relation to the statement released by UEFA on the 7th May in respect of the Super League and the position taken by 9 of its founding clubs, F?tbol Club Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid Club de F?tbol state the following:

(i) The founding clubs have suffered, and continue to suffer, unacceptable third-party pressures, threats, and offenses to abandon the project and therefore desist from their right and duty to provide solutions to the football ecosystem via concrete proposals and constructive dialogue. This is intolerable under the rule of law and Tribunals have already ruled in favour of the Super League proposal, ordering FIFA and UEFA to, either directly or through their affiliated bodies, refrain from taking any action which may hinder this initiative in any way while court proceedings are pending.

(ii) The Super League project was designed jointly by its 12 founding clubs:

a) with the aim of providing solutions to the current unsustainable situation in the football industry. The 12 founding clubs shared the same concerns -as other stakeholders in European football do-, particularly under the current socio-economic context, that structural reforms are indispensable to ensure our sport stays appealing and survives in the long-term. To that effect, on 18th April, they announced their willingness to create the Super League and establish a channel of communication with UEFA and FIFA, in a constructive spirit of collaboration between the parties, as it was so notified to each of them on such date;

b) with the utmost respect for the current football structures and ecosystem. The founding clubs expressly agreed that the Super League would only take place if such a competition was recognised by UEFA and/or FIFA or if, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, it was deemed to be a competition duly compatible for all purposes with the continuity of the founding clubs in their respective domestic competitions. However, despite being aware of the above terms, UEFA and FIFA have so far refused to establish any adequate channel of communication; and

c) to bring financial stability to the entire European football family, currently under the effects of a deep crisis that threatens the survival of many clubs. Testament of it, the announced commitment to establish annual solidarity payments for guaranteed annual amounts that materially multiply those distributed by UEFA, and the obligation to reinforce financial sustainability rules, through the creation of a clear, transparent and effective control system verified by experts.

(iii) The 12 founding clubs also acknowledged that the Super League was a unique opportunity to offer fans around the world the best possible show and to reinforce global interest in the sport, which is not a ?given? and is challenged by new generational trends. Moreover, one of its main objectives was to promote women's football on a global level, a tremendous, but currently underestimated, opportunity for the sector.

(iv) We are fully aware of the diversity of reactions to the Super League initiative and, consequently, of the need to reflect on the reasons for some of them. We are ready to reconsider the proposed approach, as necessary. However, we would be highly irresponsible if, being aware of the needs and systemic crisis in the football sector, which led us to announce the Super League, we abandoned such mission to provide effective and sustainable answers to the existential questions that threaten the football industry.

(v) We regret to see that our friends and founding partners of the Super League project have now found themselves in such inconsistent and contradictory position when signing a number of commitments to UEFA yesterday. However, given that the material issues that led the 12 founding clubs to announce the Super League weeks ago have not gone away, we reiterate that, to honour our history, to comply with our obligations towards our stakeholders and fans, for the good of football and for the financial sustainability of the sector, we have the duty to act in a responsible manner and persevere in the pursuit of adequate solutions, despite the unacceptable and ongoing pressures and threats received from UEFA.

(vi) Mostly, we reiterate to FIFA, UEFA and all football stakeholders, as we have done on several occasions since the announcement of the Super League, our commitment and firm will to discuss, with respect and without intolerable pressure and in accordance with the rule of law, the most appropriate solutions for the sustainability of the whole football family.?

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Old 08-05-2021, 10:14   #3231
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Congo, what do you think about future italian coaches?



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Old 08-05-2021, 10:23   #3232
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Do you still think mourinho got it?

I think not. They want media attention and little credibility to the owners.

Weird little fun fact: if mourinho gets sacked from Roma, he would be making more money in severance than the money made by him actually training.

The guy only left Porto and inter on his own, the rest was him getting sacked and receiving hefty payments.

And isco would have been nice like 7 years ago.
yeah, i also believe mourinho's gameplay and vision on the game is outdated, as you can see how football is evolving every year, but then again, i also think italian football is old-fashioned compared to the PL or laliga: a lot slower, more focused on defense, so that's why i'm not 100% confident he would fail at roma, he might get away with it

and isco, he clearly has the talent, but it has always been a love-hate relationship at Real, with many ups and downs, no confidence, which is no shame when you're playing for Real of course, but i think Pep would have made a different player of him


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anyone that thinks donnarumma will not sign a new contract here is INSANE or MENTALLY ILL
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Old 08-05-2021, 10:28   #3233
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I never believe they are going to exclude juve, barca and real from international football for two years... it's just naive to think that. Just some verbal muscle roll, to make sure they won't consider a move like that again. That sword would cut both ways, and on too many different places.

A big fine, at best, yeah. Wish they would just cut this crap and move on, because we all know it's not going to happen


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Old 08-05-2021, 10:34   #3234
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to replace Pioli and lead us back to glory


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Old 08-05-2021, 10:35   #3235
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Old 08-05-2021, 10:49   #3236
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Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona released a joint statement slamming ?unacceptable pressures, threats and offences? to abandon the Super League project, turning on the nine clubs that signed a deal with UEFA.

As reported earlier today by the New York Times, these three are refusing to let go of the Super League project and will not only take legal action against UEFA, but also the nine sides that backed out ? Milan, Inter, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid.

The three remaining giants released a joint statement this morning regarding the situation.


?In relation to the statement released by UEFA on the 7th May in respect of the Super League and the position taken by 9 of its founding clubs, F?tbol Club Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid Club de F?tbol state the following:

(i) The founding clubs have suffered, and continue to suffer, unacceptable third-party pressures, threats, and offenses to abandon the project and therefore desist from their right and duty to provide solutions to the football ecosystem via concrete proposals and constructive dialogue. This is intolerable under the rule of law and Tribunals have already ruled in favour of the Super League proposal, ordering FIFA and UEFA to, either directly or through their affiliated bodies, refrain from taking any action which may hinder this initiative in any way while court proceedings are pending.

(ii) The Super League project was designed jointly by its 12 founding clubs:

a) with the aim of providing solutions to the current unsustainable situation in the football industry. The 12 founding clubs shared the same concerns -as other stakeholders in European football do-, particularly under the current socio-economic context, that structural reforms are indispensable to ensure our sport stays appealing and survives in the long-term. To that effect, on 18th April, they announced their willingness to create the Super League and establish a channel of communication with UEFA and FIFA, in a constructive spirit of collaboration between the parties, as it was so notified to each of them on such date;

b) with the utmost respect for the current football structures and ecosystem. The founding clubs expressly agreed that the Super League would only take place if such a competition was recognised by UEFA and/or FIFA or if, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, it was deemed to be a competition duly compatible for all purposes with the continuity of the founding clubs in their respective domestic competitions. However, despite being aware of the above terms, UEFA and FIFA have so far refused to establish any adequate channel of communication; and

c) to bring financial stability to the entire European football family, currently under the effects of a deep crisis that threatens the survival of many clubs. Testament of it, the announced commitment to establish annual solidarity payments for guaranteed annual amounts that materially multiply those distributed by UEFA, and the obligation to reinforce financial sustainability rules, through the creation of a clear, transparent and effective control system verified by experts.

(iii) The 12 founding clubs also acknowledged that the Super League was a unique opportunity to offer fans around the world the best possible show and to reinforce global interest in the sport, which is not a ?given? and is challenged by new generational trends. Moreover, one of its main objectives was to promote women's football on a global level, a tremendous, but currently underestimated, opportunity for the sector.

(iv) We are fully aware of the diversity of reactions to the Super League initiative and, consequently, of the need to reflect on the reasons for some of them. We are ready to reconsider the proposed approach, as necessary. However, we would be highly irresponsible if, being aware of the needs and systemic crisis in the football sector, which led us to announce the Super League, we abandoned such mission to provide effective and sustainable answers to the existential questions that threaten the football industry.

(v) We regret to see that our friends and founding partners of the Super League project have now found themselves in such inconsistent and contradictory position when signing a number of commitments to UEFA yesterday. However, given that the material issues that led the 12 founding clubs to announce the Super League weeks ago have not gone away, we reiterate that, to honour our history, to comply with our obligations towards our stakeholders and fans, for the good of football and for the financial sustainability of the sector, we have the duty to act in a responsible manner and persevere in the pursuit of adequate solutions, despite the unacceptable and ongoing pressures and threats received from UEFA.

(vi) Mostly, we reiterate to FIFA, UEFA and all football stakeholders, as we have done on several occasions since the announcement of the Super League, our commitment and firm will to discuss, with respect and without intolerable pressure and in accordance with the rule of law, the most appropriate solutions for the sustainability of the whole football family.?

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Old 08-05-2021, 11:23   #3238
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Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona released a joint statement slamming ?unacceptable pressures, threats and offences? to abandon the Super League project, turning on the nine clubs that signed a deal with UEFA.

As reported earlier today by the New York Times, these three are refusing to let go of the Super League project and will not only take legal action against UEFA, but also the nine sides that backed out ? Milan, Inter, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Atletico Madrid.

The three remaining giants released a joint statement this morning regarding the situation.


?In relation to the statement released by UEFA on the 7th May in respect of the Super League and the position taken by 9 of its founding clubs, F?tbol Club Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid Club de F?tbol state the following:

(i) The founding clubs have suffered, and continue to suffer, unacceptable third-party pressures, threats, and offenses to abandon the project and therefore desist from their right and duty to provide solutions to the football ecosystem via concrete proposals and constructive dialogue. This is intolerable under the rule of law and Tribunals have already ruled in favour of the Super League proposal, ordering FIFA and UEFA to, either directly or through their affiliated bodies, refrain from taking any action which may hinder this initiative in any way while court proceedings are pending.

(ii) The Super League project was designed jointly by its 12 founding clubs:

a) with the aim of providing solutions to the current unsustainable situation in the football industry. The 12 founding clubs shared the same concerns -as other stakeholders in European football do-, particularly under the current socio-economic context, that structural reforms are indispensable to ensure our sport stays appealing and survives in the long-term. To that effect, on 18th April, they announced their willingness to create the Super League and establish a channel of communication with UEFA and FIFA, in a constructive spirit of collaboration between the parties, as it was so notified to each of them on such date;

b) with the utmost respect for the current football structures and ecosystem. The founding clubs expressly agreed that the Super League would only take place if such a competition was recognised by UEFA and/or FIFA or if, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, it was deemed to be a competition duly compatible for all purposes with the continuity of the founding clubs in their respective domestic competitions. However, despite being aware of the above terms, UEFA and FIFA have so far refused to establish any adequate channel of communication; and

c) to bring financial stability to the entire European football family, currently under the effects of a deep crisis that threatens the survival of many clubs. Testament of it, the announced commitment to establish annual solidarity payments for guaranteed annual amounts that materially multiply those distributed by UEFA, and the obligation to reinforce financial sustainability rules, through the creation of a clear, transparent and effective control system verified by experts.

(iii) The 12 founding clubs also acknowledged that the Super League was a unique opportunity to offer fans around the world the best possible show and to reinforce global interest in the sport, which is not a ?given? and is challenged by new generational trends. Moreover, one of its main objectives was to promote women's football on a global level, a tremendous, but currently underestimated, opportunity for the sector.

(iv) We are fully aware of the diversity of reactions to the Super League initiative and, consequently, of the need to reflect on the reasons for some of them. We are ready to reconsider the proposed approach, as necessary. However, we would be highly irresponsible if, being aware of the needs and systemic crisis in the football sector, which led us to announce the Super League, we abandoned such mission to provide effective and sustainable answers to the existential questions that threaten the football industry.

(v) We regret to see that our friends and founding partners of the Super League project have now found themselves in such inconsistent and contradictory position when signing a number of commitments to UEFA yesterday. However, given that the material issues that led the 12 founding clubs to announce the Super League weeks ago have not gone away, we reiterate that, to honour our history, to comply with our obligations towards our stakeholders and fans, for the good of football and for the financial sustainability of the sector, we have the duty to act in a responsible manner and persevere in the pursuit of adequate solutions, despite the unacceptable and ongoing pressures and threats received from UEFA.

(vi) Mostly, we reiterate to FIFA, UEFA and all football stakeholders, as we have done on several occasions since the announcement of the Super League, our commitment and firm will to discuss, with respect and without intolerable pressure and in accordance with the rule of law, the most appropriate solutions for the sustainability of the whole football family.?

Statement from Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid
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nah
it looks like they are protected by law
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nah
it looks like they are protected by law
But seems like Ceferin is actually trying to make sure all three will skip the next CL..that'd be sooo good if it happens
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