Remember another guy that played for both Milan and Samp?
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I feel like the point penalty will be reduced. I'm not going to get my hopes up. If the second case (which is far more serious) goes through...Juve has a bigger case in March as well
I pray they get relegated
Give me something to celebrate over the summer after Pioli misses on top 4
the prominent Italian defender at the time.Most people in here were jigging to Bonucci
Oh how quickly we clean up our past
What is the second case about? Is it relevant to sports law at all or only to criminal or civil law?I feel like the point penalty will be reduced. I'm not going to get my hopes up. If the second case (which is far more serious) goes through...
This is why it’s so important we curb lazio’s momentum on Tuesday. We need to create a top 4 cushion but it depends on how serious Pioli and these players are.With Juve out ,it's will be easier to stay in top 4. But other teams are playing better ,we are in worst form . Lazio away will be great test.
I honestly haven't paid attention to it, I know that Turin's public prosecutor is the one who is handling it, but whether it is criminal or civil, I genuinely don't know.What is the second case about? Is it relevant to sports law at all or only to criminal or civil law?
They aren't in the business of shitting on their own players, what do you want them to say about CDK? Tell him to be less Belgian?
Maybe Adli is a Gourcuff? Or a Saponara? Talented but flawed, or not good enough, who knows? Time will tell.
But it's weird how the management is described as incompetent, mistake-prone, etc but suddenly when it comes to Adli, they are dispassionate and objective professionals who are simply doing what is best.
Can there be nuance in contrast to the above statement, sure, but when we get to a place where everyone is willing to acknowledge nuance, then we can do that.
Once again - you are projectingI didn't know about the Hauge thing, honestly. If true, that surprises me. However, with regards to the other bits... where did I lump you in? I asked you questions based on your last responses lol.
Yes, so Brahim plays badly, and still gets to play... so why not Adli? You don't seem satisfied with how they are handling CDK, either. This treatment, as you said, seems justified for Adli, but you seem unsatisfied with Pioli's management of other players, so why isn't Adli's playing time part of Pioli's list of mistakes?
And I ask, yet again, if "seeing them in training" is your preferred defense of your stance on Adli, then shouldn't the management's handling of Kerkez be as equally intelligent as their handling of Adli now? I mean, if he can't give them more faith than FBT, Kerkez being sold was the right call, right?
What is the second case about? Is it relevant to sports law at all or only to criminal or civil law?
I honestly haven't paid attention to it, I know that Turin's public prosecutor is the one who is handling it, but whether it is criminal or civil, I genuinely don't know.
Even if they are just civil charges, they'd be serious charges.
Once again - you are projecting
I am just describing what is happening and what I believe is behind their decision.
But go fight the good fight
Juventus capital gains: Agnelli, Paratici and Arrivabene handed bans
Various directors are also set to receieve bans now, with Tottenham sporting director Fabio Paratici risking a 2 and a half year suspension, a two-year ban for Agnelli and Maurizio Arrivabene and an eight-month ban for Nedved. These suspensions would be extended to UEFA and FIFA, putting the Spurs director in a difficult spot.
Time to get Chiesa