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Handoyo said:
Asia is too big dude. :D You should move to Singapore and we can create Inter Club Singapore. :star:

Although me, Tim and some other guys have tried that and it failed miserably. :D


Hand;)yo

:D

You need to have long term plan ..... ever heard of the terms : Project / Plan ?? Learn from Inter :D

c'mmon .... you can do it ....

btw, what did you guys do :D :confused:

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Well, you should plan it then. :D I don't have any idea what can be done.

We did lots of ridiculous stuff. :D Nah, actually we set up some mailing list and forum. But there was not interested in this EPL-dominated country. :frustrat:


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Handoyo said:
Well, you should plan it then. :D I don't have any idea what can be done.

We did lots of ridiculous stuff. :D Nah, actually we set up some mailing list and forum. But there was not interested in this EPL-dominated country. :frustrat:


Hand;)yo

:D

EPL dominated country ;)
 

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Yeah, too little real time to the idea. To create(and run) fanclub must need a lot of commitment and time. At this moment I probably can't do shit but let's say two months forward I can maybe do something about the site thing. My little brother can do some kind of webpages and I could ask him to get them started. Then I could wacth how much time it takes to run website.

But the fanclub, hmm, I don't know. I mean of course I'm interested to be part of it but to take the first step... We have to have first good information about the whole thing (about starting registered company? = RY = rekisteröity yhdistys) or was that what you guys meant?

My FF-nick is Mogitus. (I've been a pretty active there now..I got out of the army..TJ0!! Yeah :) )
 

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Noodles said:
Jake said:
I wonder what your nick's are at FF?


Well, it ain´t so hard to discover yours ;)

Duh, that's why I didn't bother to mention it.

Still wondering what nicks you other finnish guys have.


About Nerazzurri Finlandesi, I don't think we'll need to put up a RY (rekisteröity yhdistys). Frankly, all that I have in mind is that we put up some web page about the fanclub and maybe some information about Inter in finnish. Then we could organize meeting every now and then (to watch an Inter match or so...), but the best thing (my main reason to organize the fanclub) would be travelling to Milano to watch a match and meet some players (like the swedes did).

I can travel there alone (and will too), but if we want to meet players in Appiano then we need to be organized.
 

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I´m going to Milano to watch some game this season fore sure. So I´m in..

Does anyone know when the fixtures will be published?

- Helenio
 

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Hey you fellows from Helsinki or near by. There actually are quite of us. Why don´t we come together and watch the slaughter of Roma on Sunday, October 3. There is a great place to do that in Alppiharju. A nice and hearty restaurant which is totally dedicated itself to football. It´s called Ravintola Majakka. There is space and lot of TVs.

How does this sound to you..?
 

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Noodles said:
Hey you fellows from Helsinki or near by. There actually are quite of us. Why don´t we come together and watch the slaughter of Roma on Sunday, October 3. There is a great place to do that in Alppiharju. A nice and hearty restaurant which is totally dedicated itself to football. It´s called Ravintola Majakka. There is space and lot of TVs.

How does this sound to you..?

This sounds good, I live close to Majakka. It would be nice if there were more than just the two of us, not that there's anything wrong with that.
 

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Hmmm...i could come.

I just usually like to watch these tough tough matches by myself. I´m too nervous to see other people. I´m just afraid when i go to bar to watch it, i´m too annoyed because there´s usually so much noise in the bars.

What kind of bar is that? Big, small? How big is their tv? Does the bar play music while the match is on?

Also, i don´t live that close. It takes me ´bout an hour to get there on sunday evening.

I have to think about this...
 

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Majakka is the greatest thing in Helsinki when you want to watch football. On Saturdays it´s usually full of Premiership-lovers and a great atmosphere, because the most of the people are just watching football.

Roma-Inter is on Sunday, so I guarantee that we can watch the game pretty much by ourselves. No backroundnoise and naturally, no music while the match is on.

They have a website where they advertise mostly just Premiership-matches. But the fact is that they show all the cames that Canal will broadcast.

Here´s a link: http://www.ravintolamajakka.com/
 

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Tommi, you can get there from Pasila station with bus nr. 23. I'm still interested to go there. Tommi and Noodles are you both in? Anyone else?
 

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Noodles said:
I´m there anyhow..

So I guess you don't have Canal+ at your place, do you?

I can watch the match from my sofa, but if we can gather some kind of meeting for Nerazzurri Finlandesi, I'm up for it.
 

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No, I don´t have. Majakka is my living-room when it comes to football. So, there is no-one but you and Tommi, who is still thinking, from Helsinki. I thought there were more..?
 

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I was just looking to the memberlist. What about Riku, oba or Johnny Ludlow...?
 

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Jake said:
Tommi and Noodles are you both in?
Sorry to say, but i just don´t know if i´m interested to travel so "far" in the middle of the night. Match ends in about 11.30-11.45 pm and i would be at home around 0.30-1 am. It depends on my sunday evening mood as well. :)

I can´t promise you anything, even tho i know you would :heart: to see me. :D
 

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We could ask whether some of the interisti at FF would like to come there. It's just that the crappy forum is down all the time.
 

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How about another try to gather and watch an Inter match. This time it would be no more than derby della Madonnina on Sunday evening 24.10.??? What do you think guys?
 

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I saw my father last weekend, he lives right across the Majakka and he basically said it´s a big...how do you translate "räkälä"?

He said that place is full of hobo´s and stuff. Is there any better place we could meet?
 

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Tommi said:
I saw my father last weekend, he lives right across the Majakka and he basically said it´s a big...how do you translate "räkälä"?

He said that place is full of hobo´s and stuff. Is there any better place we could meet?

I dunno how to translate "räkälä", but I don't think it's so bad. Yeah it's a low-class pub, but it's ok. Still I could go anywhere to see the match here's the list where you can see Canal+ in Helsinki:

http://members.surfeu.fi/finnsbury/pubit.html

Sports Academy is always a good choice, it's easy to go there and there are plenty of football fans.

I'm not sure about this place: http://www.chelsea.fi/
 
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