Italian Serie A 2021/2022

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Nedved's face when Cuadrado scored

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Did he get banned from doing his reactions?
 
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Dumbest argument ever. I’m not sure which dickhead keeps hyping Biraghi but at no point has he ever been better than Perisic. Even when they were children.

As a sidenote, fuck Juventus. Fuck Fiorentina too while we’re at it.
Should have added /s
 

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Cuadrado, Chiesa, what a couple of degenerates lol even if they played for Inter I'm not sure I could tolerate their transparent pretending. They are at home though.
 

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Juve doing Juve things.
I literally just came to post this, I only saw the result though, didn't even surprise me when I saw the score before I clicked on stats I said to myself 90th minute no doubt and probably Chiesa.. Cuadrado, close enough.
 
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I was thinking Spalletti Napoli and Pioli Milan more motivated to win Serie A than Rube this year.

First, Pioli and Spalletti is ex Inter coach, did they want revenge to us?
Second, Napoli and Milan not win title for long time. The player is hungry.
Third, Inter and Rube are weakened, there is no perfect chance than this year.
 

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First, Pioli and Spalletti is ex Inter coach, did they want revenge to us?

They never (officially*) won it, why would Inter be a thing on their mind if they have the slightest chance now?

*Spalletti was robbed of it once.
 

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How much longer we giving Jose?? One win in 6
 

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For what it's worth, isn't doomsday yet. As long as Mourinho doesn't throw his players under the bus and lose the locker room, there is still plenty of time to easily finish top 4.
 

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For what it's worth, isn't doomsday yet. As long as Mourinho doesn't throw his players under the bus and lose the locker room, there is still plenty of time to easily finish top 4.
How the hell they will finish easily top 4? Napoli and Milan are already far ahead and I don't see them collapse so much to afford Roma to catch them. We are also looking stable enough even if we lose games against Roma, Milan and Napoli, Inter is still convincing against the small teama. There are Atalanta and Juventus as well. And both of them seem much more capable for top 4 than Roma, so I don't see how easily they will make top 4 this year.
 

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Top 4 my ass.Only shitty thing that Mou can do now is to hurt us,hope we beat those miserable romamerda cunts.
 

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Considering how poor this Roma squad is, fifth would be an accomplishment. Unless they spend some serious cash it's going to be more of the same for a long time.
 

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Considering how poor this Roma squad is, fifth would be an accomplishment. Unless they spend some serious cash it's going to be more of the same for a long time.

You say this now but what were you all saying back in the mercato? Weren't they serious contender for top 4 and did a great job signing that English striker? Shouldn't we follow their model?
 

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For what it's worth, isn't doomsday yet. As long as Mourinho doesn't throw his players under the bus and lose the locker room, there is still plenty of time to easily finish top 4.
He already done that after the bodo glimt loss. Dropped like 6 players or something and didn't even have them in the match day squads.
 

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How the hell they will finish easily top 4? Napoli and Milan are already far ahead and I don't see them collapse so much to afford Roma to catch them. We are also looking stable enough even if we lose games against Roma, Milan and Napoli, Inter is still convincing against the small teama. There are Atalanta and Juventus as well. And both of them seem much more capable for top 4 than Roma, so I don't see how easily they will make top 4 this year.
We are only 12 games in. How can you make any credible prediction based on that? A 10+ points lead can diminish within 2-3 weeks. There's plenty of time to get even this mediocre Roma side working well together.
(Same goes for any predictions about our team - 11 games are barely any evidence for how "convincing" we are vs small teams.)

It's really up to Mourinho how he handles these crisis weeks.
 

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How the hell they will finish easily top 4? Napoli and Milan are already far ahead and I don't see them collapse so much to afford Roma to catch them. We are also looking stable enough even if we lose games against Roma, Milan and Napoli, Inter is still convincing against the small teama. There are Atalanta and Juventus as well. And both of them seem much more capable for top 4 than Roma, so I don't see how easily they will make top 4 this year.
There's also Lazio. They have their issues but you can't underestimate them. Btw we only consider Juventus in the mix because of the past. Their performances are pathetic and without refs help they would have been in the bottom half. Allegri is lucky media are protecting him from criticism. If this was happening at another team, media would have eaten the coach alive.
 
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