- May 22, 2012
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Likewise brother! Just Norwegian and English, sadly.Thanks Hitch, the positive energy here is great--and you've been a big part of that, so thank you.
I'd say three? What about you?
I think he should and will stay, but i don't think he's that kind of runner. he runs with the ball also also to recover, but i don't remember him attacking space behind., making timed runs for a pass. that's the type of runner that Adli will make football porn with.
Serie A either needs star players coming in or the clubs have to do well in Europe. Without that, it will be very difficult to get people's attention.Indeed. I dont like the PL but its the best marketed league
espn on YouTube will do a 7 minutes episode on what klopp said but will do 2 mins segment about Serie a
and both (stars, Results in Europe) are results of a fix. they're not fixes themselves.Serie A either needs star players coming in or the clubs have to do well in Europe. Without that, it will be very difficult to get people's attention.
Even under videos posted by Serie A channel, you see Prem fans saying it's farmer's league and it is poor quality.. with such a reputation, it is very difficult to be marketable.
At least 2 Serie A clubs regularly need to make CL QF.
Yeah, I was just fucking with @WildI think he should and will stay, but i don't think he's that kind of runner. he runs with the ball also also to recover, but i don't remember him attacking space behind., making timed runs for a pass. that's the type of runner that Adli will make football porn with.
Yes.. we can afford to sign top players now.. Juve and Napoli to an extent, Inter and Roma need to sell.. so unless other clubs follow our model and gets the books in control, no stars will come.and both (stars, Results in Europe) are results of a fix. they're not fixes themselves.
fundamental fixes have to be done (at league and club level, luckily we have done our cure) culture has to be changed.
Told ya, it'll gone in a thin air before we're even realized!!
MN - Investcorp Ultimatum to Elliott: confirmations arriveInvestcorp gave the ultimatum to Elliott on his proposed purchase for Milan. After some checks carried out by our editorial staff, we can confirm what the Gazzetta dello Sport has relaunched regarding the state of irritation of the Bahrain fund regarding the conduct of the negotiation by Elliott and on presenting himself on the scene of Red Bird, which in his once made a purchase proposal worth 1.1 billion euros. The negotiating table is on fire, with Investcorp now wanting a response from the Singer family fund on its 1.2 billion offer for the AC Milan acquisition and, according to what filters, would like it in a relatively short time since it has already made the two. diligence that found no critical issues.
Investcorp ha dato l'ultimatum a Elliott sulla sua proposta d'acquisto per il Milan. Dopo alcune verifiche effettuate dalla nostra redazione, possiamo dare conferma su quanto rilanciato dalla...www.milannews.it
I'm on the East Coast. The country is gigantic, and you can live in the same city as someone and have a completely different experience, it all depends on your social circle. There are a lot of Latin fans, and I've seen several teams who use Milan kits in our league.Sam where are you in the US? I too play a ton, several times a week, and live in a statistically good market for the sport amongst other US cities.
Most everyone here is an epl fan, sometimes people just straight up ask “what’s your epl team” rather than your fave team in general. I sometimes see Hispanics wearing Milan shirts, and I met one guy I played with that was a serious Milan fan. A lot of fans look down on serie a, but I think it’s growing and more people know about it lately. Ronaldo to Juve brought more eyes to the league and some have stayed because of how dramatic and exciting it’s been, even with Ronaldo gone.
My Milan fan story kinda sucks lol. I am in my upper 20s so didn’t get fully introduced to watching until the 2006 World Cup. I loved watching Italy even before they won, I chose them in the group stages and particularly loved pirlo and his style of play. Really hate that he of all players drew me to the club lmao. What a shithead in hindsight
...and i hope the number of foreign owners, but more importantly business driven owners will increase to "take over" the league from the current retro-minded stagnant people in power to completely revamp the product "serie A"Yes.. we can afford to sign top players now.. Juve and Napoli to an extent, Inter and Roma need to sell.. so unless other clubs follow our model and gets the books in control, no stars will come.
Plus they need to trust youth players, again following our model.
DaPlan is the way forward for Serie A
I was listening to Carlo talk about his time at Milan (thanks to @ROSSONERI7 actually) and he talked about how at Milan the emphasis was on the CL over everything else. That was the priority, same at Real.True but if you look at other top clubs, say Real are no. 1 in terms of leagues and 3rd for Copa del Rey.. Barca are second in terms of league titles, first for Cups, United are first for league, second for Cup..
We should be the gold standard for Italian Clubs and we can't stay this much below Juve for league and cups.. we need to change that in next 10-15 years
I started to pick up Italian, I could speak it a bit because I went to Italy often, but also because like you I wanted to read the interviews and newspapers, but... Google translate transformed my Milannews experience, lol.Likewise brother! Just Norwegian and English, sadly.
I want to learn italian so I can read news and listen to interviews without needing help.
exactly what i feel about coppa...don't neglect it but def not in my start of the season ambition. nor do i feel defeated after exiting.I was listening to Carlo talk about his time at Milan (thanks to @ROSSONERI7 actually) and he talked about how at Milan the emphasis was on the CL over everything else. That was the priority, same at Real.
I don't think the Coppa Italia has ever been important to us, even during our banter era, it's not like we went all out for it. That's what Lazio and Roma do.
To me, the CL is the first priority, and my mindset for what we should do with this team is directed towards the CL at the expense of any other sporting considerations.
Milan is one of the most glamorous cities in Europe. Tourists flock to Florence and Rome. You have Ferrari, Lamborghini, fashion, wine (right? lol), food, all that soft power muscle, and you have history to push on the nostalgia, and there is just no content.Serie A needs more engagements for their non-Italian viewers. IFTV is doing a good job to fill some hype but it’s clearly not enough. They need more hype outside Italy. AC Milan can spearhead this by playing great in CL next season. We are ‘the Italian brand’ in that league.
I don't want smart, shrewd, data-driven investments. I want large investments. Money thrown at problems.As reported this morning by Tuttosport , the American fund interested in the purchase of Milan RedBird Capital Partners would also have two important figures among its shareholders. The first, Billy Beane is an executive of the MLB (professional league of baseball) who allowed the Oakland Athletics team to play at the same level as the battleships of the championship thanks to a massive and particular use of statistics. His story is told in the movie "Moneyball" with protaognist Brad Pitt. The second, Richard Scudamore , former CEO of the Premier League, was among the main architects of the boom in English league revenues over the past decade.
To think Paletta was the best of that bunch.Bakaye Traore, Taye Taiwo, Djamel Mesbah, Michael Agazzi, red card collector Palleta, Caldara, Matri (that’s ‘Tevez’ in an alternate world), Cerci, Bertolacci, Bocchetti tier 1 shit Milan players… worst of the worst. I’m sure I left out some obscure players.
I’m forever grateful to Elliot for cleaning this almost decade of mess. Picking Maldini was the best thing he ever did.