Curva Sud Milano (The A.C. Milan Ultras Thread)

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Can somebody translate tonights coreo of CS ?

Red like fire, black like your fear.

"Casciavit" is a reference to the whole casciavit/bauscia (working class "spanners" vs upper class "braggers") divide that used to exist between Milan and Inter fans. It doesn't anymore (economic differences have ceased to exist over time, becoming completely meaningless with Silvio's arrival, as the club shifted away from a left-wing political identity), but ahead of today's elections, I guess the irony lies in the fact that it would've been unthinkable for Milan fans to vote for someone like Berlusconi 60-70 years ago.
 

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The most epic win of our curva :D

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Red like fire, black like your fear.

"Casciavit" is a reference to the whole casciavit/bauscia (working class "spanners" vs upper class "braggers") divide that used to exist between Milan and Inter fans. It doesn't anymore (economic differences have ceased to exist over time, becoming completely meaningless with Silvio's arrival, as the club shifted away from a left-wing political identity), but ahead of today's elections, I guess the irony lies in the fact that it would've been unthinkable for Milan fans to vote for someone like Berlusconi 60-70 years ago.

i cant believe the entire curva agreed to do that banner.:eek::eek:
 

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Your reality

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Our mentality

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AVANTI CURVA SUD
 

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hahahah cool photos.
 

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@rossonero23 your sig is beautiful :proud:

I love this team, I bleed red and black :thumbsup:
 

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Curva Sud question Milan moves

“We have to have our say on the latest situation that could be detrimental to the future of our beloved and glorious Milan and which, because we love these colours, we can not accept,” it read.

Let's start from last year. In July we find ourselves supporting the club’s new project of focusing on youngsters to balance the books, seeing us say goodbye to some of the biggest champions of the last few years and the two best players from recent seasons,” referring to Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

We found all of the Rossoneri support against us, but we decided to embrace the forward-thinking line realising that there is a serious project behind it, made up of strong youngsters and a club with solid accounts.

The championship starts with great difficulty and Allegri’s Milan seems to be in a hole. We, aware that contesting would be detrimental to the environment, take a stand and decide to support Milan in the most difficult moment.

The choice works – a sort of tacit agreement between the Curva, Coach and the team to row in the same direction is made and, despite a team that in comparison to the Ferrari of the big European clubs is comparable to a 500, we begin to reap the benefits with the explosion of Stephan El Shaarawy and careful management of the players from Coach Allegri, who we recognize as having been the driving force of this project, and that with only one valued addition, Mario Balotelli in January, gave us the satisfaction of going from penultimate to third place.

Today we find ourselves with a project which has just started (one year in certain sectors is only a small step) which will soon be dismantled because of the choice of the President.

We understand, but do not share the idea, that who invests may decide to change Coach for personal reasons, but if we are talking about a project then you have to at least start with an affirmed Coach and not with people like Seedorf or others who have no experience and will take over a young side which is a month away from its first official engagement such as the difficult Champions League preliminary round.

We, at the very least, ask that Milan and its fans are respected, with decisions which are not made in the moment but with the continuation (if not with Allegri who we strongly support, then at least with a real Coach) of a project which a year ago we supported against everything and everyone.
 

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seriously? racism? when 5 to 6 black players regularly play for the club u suppose to support?

EDIT: nvm seems like it was against napoletans and not a skin color thing. still stupid, its bad enough balo got banned and tons are injured
 
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http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/08-10...ciamo-chiudere-tutti-stadi-201319286840.shtml

So it seems many of the Ultra groups in Italy are going to act in civil disobedience next round in solidarity to the punishment FIGC imposed over Milan. The link above is the statement made by Inter Ultras.

They're planning to make "geographically discriminatory" remarks in every game, get punished and force a whole round of Serie A under closed doors.



BTW, last game Napoli supporters already used the same banner that got Milan punished - yeah, it's self-insulting - "Napoli Colera - now close the curva!"

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Juventus ultras joined Milan and Inter with their invitation to break the rules, forcing the closure of all stadiums.
 

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http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/08-10...ciamo-chiudere-tutti-stadi-201319286840.shtml

So it seems many of the Ultra groups in Italy are going to act in civil disobedience next round in solidarity to the punishment FIGC imposed over Milan. The link above is the statement made by Inter Ultras.

They're planning to make "geographically discriminatory" remarks in every game, get punished and force a whole round of Serie A under closed doors.



BTW, last game Napoli supporters already used the same banner that got Milan punished - yeah, it's self-insulting - "Napoli Colera - now close the curva!"

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:thumbsup: Nice try. Hopefully FIGC realize their stupidity
 

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“I understand that racism is a big problem, a worldwide one,” said Vice-President Adriano Galliani. “However, territorial discrimination is something different.

“The rule on that needs to be abolished. All of the Presidents are in agreement with that and I’ve already called Italian Football Federation chief Giancarlo Abete to tell him that.”

FIGC President Abete agreed the rules are open to interpretation.

“I think it would be helpful if there were a period of reflection on the way to apply these rules. We are moving within the international rules, though there are contrasting approaches to different discriminatory situations.

“I want to point out the rules on territorial discrimination in the Italian code have been there for a long time. The only thing that has changed is the degree of punishment.”

http://www.football-italia.net/40383/fans-rebel-after-san-siro-closure

FIGC is kind of backing off already.
 

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Benvenuti nel paese dove la goliardia e lo sfottò sono motivo di sanzioni che limitano la libertà.

In italia si assiste in questi giorni alla messa in atto di una ridicola interpretazione della legge che ci rende i protagonisti di un attacco insensato e ingiustificabile.

è di ieri la notizia della chiusura dell’intero stadio in occasione di milan – udinese a seguito dell'intonazione degli ormai noti cori "razzisti" contro i napoletani durante la partita juventus – milan.

E succede proprio nel weekend in cui la stessa tifoseria presa in causa, ossia quella napoletana, celebra con notevole senso di mentalità e autoironia il fattaccio (la nostra curva è stata chiusa) sfidando di fatto i sedicenti esperti e facendo loro vedere quanto false e ridicole siano queste accuse, e insegnando così a tutta italia che cosa significa "sfottò" alla faccia dei falsi moralisti.

Sia chiaro che nessuno considera la legge contro il razzismo una legge inutile o sbagliata, non vogliamo passare per quelli che si oppongono alla condanna di ogni forma di discriminazione, il problema è che sul termine "ogni forma" si sta passando dalla ferma condanna di un fenomeno, per quanto ci riguarda inaccettabile, quale è il razzismo, all'impossibilità di essere goliardici, acidi e persino maleducati!

Questi signori non si rendono conto che con questo comportamento scriteriato e miope si rischia davvero di perdere la battaglia contro il razzismo, perché tutta italia sta ridendo all'idea che si possa squalificare un tifoso che prende in giro l'avversario.

Possibile che nessun giornalista si interessi all'argomento e faccia notare all'opinione pubblica questa situazione assurda?

Noi ci troviamo ancora una volta vittime di leggi che puniscono solo quello che dà fastidio, ovvero il tifoso allo stadio.

Noi non abbassiamo la testa di fronte a questi soprusi e ci auguriamo che tutta italia abbia presente a che cosa andiamo incontro: Ci stanno togliendo il diritto di esprimere il nostro tifo e saremo ben felici di scoprire quanto un campionato giocato a porte chiuse sarà interessante per i mercati esteri creando un buco al sistema calcio.

Facciamo un appello pubblico al personale delle istituzioni: Ora è arrivato il momento di schierarsi, l'appartenenza alla destra o sinistra non contano, è una battaglia di libertà!

Vogliamo proprio vedere chi ci sosterrà, non solo a parole, vogliamo che prendiate coscienza di quanto è stata sbagliata l'applicazione di questa legge per porvi rimedio quanto prima!

Perché quello che sta succedendo è l'ennesima e forse la più grave forma di limitazione della nostra realtà.

I napoletani hanno segnato la via...

A questo punto usiamo le armi che abbiamo a nostra disposizione, fiduciosi in una risposta da parte di chi davvero si sente ultras. Oltre la rivalità, oltre a tutto.
L'arma per sconfiggere il nemico ci viene fornita dal nemico stesso...

Curva Sud Milano
 

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Translation anyone?
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^ You invent cautions, spreading around repression to try to boycot our passion. And then you sell tickets based on regions.

Isn't this discrimination?
 

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Lame argument. Tickets are cheaper somewhere because people earn less. So mock their poverty.
 

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I don't like this. Always liked Milan's safe reputation when we have been in Europe. Ajax ultras going after scarfers in Amsterdam and attacking peaceful protesters in Milan were asking for trouble but nevertheless knife party is shameful.
 
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