Italian Serie A 2023/2024

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I was reading my Georgian friends is their forum about Kvara. The discussioon was where he should move, Barca or stay in Napoli. Appearantly, he is making salary of only 1 million a year. That was the deal, when he moved from Dinamo Batumi. I suggested, if he stays in Italy, he should try for Inter or Milan. I think he is not a good fit in for us and we don't have the money, but Milan has the money and Kvara-Leao-Pulisic would be great attacking trio.

BTW, Juve could be an option too.

If Juve stick with 3-5-2 it makes no sense for Kvara to go there. He's best suited for 4-3-3. Also you need to be a masochist if you're a forward and you want to play for Allegri. :lol:
 

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Allegri will ruin Kvara just like Chiesa.
 

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If Juve stick with 3-5-2 it makes no sense for Kvara to go there. He's best suited for 4-3-3. Also you need to be a masochist if you're a forward and you want to play for Allegri. :lol:
That's why Milan is a good fit.
 

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Bologna only 4pts away and Milan might lose to Atalanta with current form!
 

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Motta gets most of the praise for Bologna results but it also needs to be said their sporting director, Giovanni Sartori (formerly of Atalanta), has done a great job building this team.
 

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This was the league table five rounds ago:
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Empoli in the last five matches: Draw against Fiorentina, win in three-pointer at Salernitana, draw against Genoa, draw against Juventus, crucial win against Monza to get them going.
Currently ahead away to Sassuolo, and as it stands, they're 13'th.

Davide Nicola is an incredible coach, idgaf.
 
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There was an interesting situation at Sassuolo Empoli. Maleh scored a second goal, but it was disallowed because the ball touched his hand. But, before that there was an ricochet at his chest. So, according to the new rules that shouldn't be a foul? Or not?
 

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This was the league table five rounds ago:
FgAbJvx.png


Empoli in the last five matches: Draw against Fiorentina, win in three-pointer at Salernitana, draw against Genoa, draw against Juventus, crucial win against Monza to get them going.
Currently ahead away to Sassuolo, and as it stands, they're 13'th.

Davide Nicola is an incredible coach, idgaf.
He really is. The man just excels at saving teams from the drop. One of the mid level Italian clubs needs to give him a job.
 

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Nice win by Empoli againts Sassuolo
Let's hope Sassuolo gets lost to Serie B


As much as anyone can appreciate the football project, unlike the dreadful Chievo Verona that looked like it was hiring a new team around Pelissier ecah season, they still don't play in their home town and they don't have any fans.

We need clubs like Bari, Palermo (with different owners), Parma, Brescia or relatively new blood like Catanzaro, Pisa to be that sort of club. But with fanbases there comes pressure and with Italian clubs that means that no one can do any productive work over the mid-term or longer. Such a shame...
 

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Let's hope Sassuolo gets lost to Serie B


As much as anyone can appreciate the football project, unlike the dreadful Chievo Verona that looked like it was hiring a new team around Pelissier ecah season, they still don't play in their home town and they don't have any fans.

We need clubs like Bari, Palermo (with different owners), Parma, Brescia or relatively new blood like Catanzaro, Pisa to be that sort of club. But with fanbases there comes pressure and with Italian clubs that means that no one can do any productive work over the mid-term or longer. Such a shame...
The problem with Sassuolo getting relegated is surely Berardi will end up at Milan or Juve.
 

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The problem with Sassuolo getting relegated is surely Berardi will end up at Milan or Juve.

Could be but he's gonna be 30 by then and I think he'll be open to a move abroad just to play in European tournaments.

Also, I think Sassuolo would be open to discussing with Italian clubs that can offer counterparts for them to return to Serie A, so we could be in the race if needed.

Obviously not first team guys, I'm talking about the likes of Fontanarosa, Esposito and Salcedo!
 
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