Serie A 2017/18

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by City_Sean, 12 Jun 2017.

  1. City_Sean

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    But it at least makes that league more competitive. Juventus being weakened by Mila makes for much better viewing. Napoli will improve again under Sarri, Inter have a fortune to spend,
     
  2. philiph20

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    They are not even the best supported club in their City, fingers crossed they don't get CL next season.
     
  3. BJL_City

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    yeah, the old guard get to spend but the likes of Roma have to sell anyone good because of the corrupt FFP rules. It's artificial and it stinks, I don't want to see AC/Inter artificially put back to the top, I want to see Napoli and Roma be able to keep hold of their stars and over a number of years build a squad to topple Juve, it's much better competition.
     
  4. Bilboblue

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    Not really sure how a City fan can criticise that, being honest.

    Back to Serie A, laughable situation with the crazy Antonio Cassano. Decided to join Hellas Verona on a free transfer, then got cold feet and decided to quit after a few days. The management at the club managed to change his mind and bring him back again after a couple of days.
    He went on to play in a couple of friendlies for the club, before deciding to quit again, and is now taking up studying an engineering degree, madness !
     
  5. Blue Hefner

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    That sums Cassano up. Could have been a great player, but he's mad as a box of frogs
     
  6. BJL_City

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    I can criticise because ffp is being used to artificially manipulate serie a in milan's favour, it's not a free market
     

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