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    Giovanni Fabbian

    well itsU-23, but still, its professional football - everyone is on pro contracts, for example.
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    Samir Handanovic

    he was fine in the first season but rapidly went down hill. Kovacic was missing a lot of impact.
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    Giovanni Fabbian

    What do you mean Premier League 2 isnt professional? AFAIK any player in it should be on professional terms, for example.
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    Inter's Financial Situation

    I cant decide if the Juve situation is good for Inter, financially, or bad. On the one hand, it removes competition for the top 4, thus making it more likely we will be in the CL next season, and securing revenues. On the other hand, its worse for the league as a brand/reputation/etc overall...
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    Italian Serie A 2022/2023

    There was no precedence set in Calciopoli for contractual termination, as far as I'm aware, that being said, if you're joining Juve post calciopoli, it wouldnt be unbelievable to set that sort of contractual clause in the case the club is found of some degree of wrong doing.
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    Italian Serie A 2022/2023

    Liability is held with the company as well as the directors who do it. That's one of the things about being a director. Even if you entirely change ownership etc the operating company holds joint liability for the actions of its appointed directors.
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    Italian Serie A 2022/2023

    The company is liable as much as the directors are. I dont expect - yet - any major sporting punishments, but there will be fines etc for the company as well as potentially prison time for some of the directors. Not yet convinced itll actually go to prison time but the latest report is that...
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    Italian Serie A 2022/2023

    It won't matter. It's like me sharing an opinion on Trump's election. Irrelevant. The only thing that matters as far as I can see is what the Lega decide - there may be some reshaped FFP implication as well, but that'll come from UEFA. The overarching punishment will be Serie A though.
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    Italian Serie A 2022/2023

    If I had to guess right now, I'd guess sporting deductions, relegation, fines. I dont know what the Italian punishment is for misleading/fraudulent accounting on a club level but those are inlikely to have a sporting impact. I dont think there was a precedent set in 06 about contractual...
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    Oh 100%. I've said for a while that Inter - valuation aside - could actually be a super interesting investment and deliver great revenues and value increases to a good owner for example. I think we will see a lot of "second tier" investors taking over and trying to make money out of the league...
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    No, but if we base our view on the Ukranian war, they've been pretty much mirrors of each other. England may have been harsher in some individual cases but at a high level the sanctions are pretty uniform afaik.
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    Sorry my point was we are lumping "American investors" or rather "rich investors" into one bucket. My point is there's a huge difference between even Fenway, let alone the sovereign wealth funds of the Premiership, than the owners in Serie A
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    thing is, its not like most Serie A owners are even in the same league. Just going off Wikipedia quickly, owning anything like a mid to top level Premiership club would take the MAJORITY of the wealth of any of the US owners in the league. I mean, Fenway Sports Group is worth more than any...
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    the UK remains a far more attractive place for investment than Italy, though. English speaking (obviously), better connections, better financial sector, a (generally) growing economy, with links in to Europe, no longer constrained by the EU Anyone who thinks Italy is a more attractive place to...
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    Sanctions in Europe are enforced Europe wide. There's basically no scenario where Italy is safer for investments than England...
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    Football Manager

    Have you turned on the Africa league in detail?
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    The Suning Commerce Group

    from a balance sheet perspective, losing hakan, kessie, donna probably more than offsets the base financial performance between the two clubs in the last couple of seasons. Disgusting to lose 3 key players so quickly. Fine, Donna was probably a bit of a rip in terms of what he wanted money...
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    Simone Inzaghi

    sure, that could be a case, but clearly the results say otherwise :D we're one of the worst defenses in the league, we've lost more games less than half the season tha we have in any season since 18/19 total.
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    Simone Inzaghi

    I think that's exactly my point, though. I dont think its a failing of our 3 CBs, I think its a failing of their system. And the point is, Inzaghi is the guy responsible for that system. Sure, there are quite a few contextual changes between now and a couple of years ago - Hakimi, etc, sure...
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    Simone Inzaghi

    brill, then we can sell our 120m of CBs next summer, get 3 shitters in, and just get a couple of attackers who press more. Problem fixed.
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