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Derby Della Madonnina

Milan? What a slimy hell hole! Come to Lisbon, to see proper football - with Oriental Lisbon!
Started on 6 September 2014 by Feliks / First Post
Latest Reply on 7 October 2014 by Feliks / Last Post
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Serie A stories seem popular nowadays lol I kinda wished I had thought of something like this! I'll be looking forward to more :)
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After missing out on all European competition for the first time in more than a decade, Filippo Inzaghi has promised the club will improve on their performance last season. After finishing 8th last season, Milan has seen their worldwide appeal fall considerably and have brought in Inzaghi to replace Clarence Seedorf who was in charge of the club for six months.

“We must be realistic with our expectations, our fans are enthusiastic but we must focus on each game in order to get the club back to where it belongs.” Inzaghi told reporters. “The arrivals of players such as Torres and Van Ginkel are excellent but we must continue to bring in high quality players in order to compete.” he added.


http://s105.photobucket.com/user/chrisgriffin89/media/1409840483262_wps_87_Studio_Buzzi_via_Press_As_zps3d3dfde9.jpg.html After a poor stint with Chelsea, Fernando Torres is looking to resurrect his career at Milan


Putting Inzaghi in charge has been widely criticized by numerous people, many citing the fact that hiring a manager who has never managed a club failed last season. If Milan is any hope to return to their former glory, Inzaghi must install stability in and around the squad while ensuring they display enthusiasm for the game itself.

Despite all of the above and his iconic status at the club, Inzaghi must be successful in his first year and meet the expectations of the board and the fans or he will risk suffering the same fate that his former teammate Clarence Seedorf faced prior to Inzaghi’s appointment.
Nice update Griffo. Who is AC Milan ;). Despite the fact I don't like him, I hope Torres can score goals for you.
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Sad to see Torres at Milan as a Chelsea fan, but good luck! Will be very interesting with Inzaghi as manager since he has no managerial experience
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Hopefully you get the best out of 'El Nino'

FORZA MILAN
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Walter's avatar Group Walter
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fucccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkk I'm off for a couple days and this starts without me - good going you two...

In all seriousness, I have to back Feliks in this one as I'm a small time Inter Milan fan (have a couple of jerseys and scarves).

Edit: just an interesting fact. I think Milan call the stadium the San Siro and Inter the Giuseppe Meazza, might be vise versa, idk. Neal would.
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2014-09-07 02:36#193509 Walter : ferrrrrrrrrrrrrrkkkkkkkkkkkkkk I'm off for a couple days and this starts without me - good going you two...

In all seriousness, I have to back Feliks in this one as I'm a small time Inter Milan fan (have a couple of jerseys and scarves).

Edit: just an interesting fact. I think Milan call the stadium the San Siro and Inter the Giuseppe Meazza, might be vise versa, idk. Neal would.

This is correct. Though it is, in fact, the same stadium, AC Milan calls it the San Siro and Inter calls it the Giuseppe Meazza. Good catch, Walter :)
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I have to agree with everyone else that this story could be something great. I really do hope you both stick with it for the long term.
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Griffo's avatar Group Griffo
5 yearsEdited
Xander Hopefully, if he doesn't I may have to look at signing someone in January.

Trop Oh, but I have plenty of experience... at... Truro... ha!

Toonman Good to see I have at least one supporter, this forum is packed with Inter fans!

Walter So.. what you are saying is.. Feliks is the one that made the error, not me.. (it was me...) EDIT THAT FELIKS!

Neal Thank you for the clarification, oh wise Inter Milan god!

James Well, we are both going well with our existing story (one better than the other) but we came up with the idea and knew it was too good to not give it a go!
Feliks's avatar Group Feliks
5 yearsEdited


Mazzarri Looks Ahead With Optimism


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Walter Mazzarri has announced his optimism about the season ahead, saying that Inter is in a prime position to bounce back after last season's mediocrity. Mazzarri believes that the Milanese club can break back into the top 3 after their position was taken by Napoli and Roma. The 52 year old also says that Europa League qualification isn't enough and that they need to push for Champions League glory once more.


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Inter Milan are looking to go further this season


Once the powerhouses of Italian football, Inter will be looking to improve on last season's position of 5th, and Mazzarri seems to be the man to do so. Some new signings such as Nemanja Vidic should also bolster the Nerazzuri's chances. The pre-season heralds a new change for the Milanese club, and with a focus on Italian youth things look up for fans of Inter Milan.
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There's only Walter - and it's not him!!!!!

IT'S ME
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2014-09-07 16:45#193529 Neal :
2014-09-07 02:36#193509 Walter : ferrrrrrrrrrrrrrkkkkkkkkkkkkkk I'm off for a couple days and this starts without me - good going you two...

In all seriousness, I have to back Feliks in this one as I'm a small time Inter Milan fan (have a couple of jerseys and scarves).

Edit: just an interesting fact. I think Milan call the stadium the San Siro and Inter the Giuseppe Meazza, might be vise versa, idk. Neal would.

This is correct. Though it is, in fact, the same stadium, AC Milan calls it the San Siro and Inter calls it the Giuseppe Meazza. Good catch, Walter :)

This is because San Siro is, by far, the best name for that stadium
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Walter's avatar Group Walter
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2014-09-08 18:32#193577 tbendis :
2014-09-07 16:45#193529 Neal :
2014-09-07 02:36#193509 Walter : ferrrrrrrrrrrrrrkkkkkkkkkkkkkk I'm off for a couple days and this starts without me - good going you two...

In all seriousness, I have to back Feliks in this one as I'm a small time Inter Milan fan (have a couple of jerseys and scarves).

Edit: just an interesting fact. I think Milan call the stadium the San Siro and Inter the Giuseppe Meazza, might be vise versa, idk. Neal would.

This is correct. Though it is, in fact, the same stadium, AC Milan calls it the San Siro and Inter calls it the Giuseppe Meazza. Good catch, Walter :)

This is because San Siro is, by far, the best name for that stadium

http://gelessons.com/lessons/tricks/trickpix/incorrect.gif

2014-09-08 02:45#193529 Neal :Good catch, Walter :)

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Is this some banter I see? - well anyway good update Degs
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FOR A FULL CLARIFICATION:

The stadium is now officially known as the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, named after Inter Milan's LEGENDARY goalscorer from the 20's or 30's. However, as the stadium is built in the "San Siro" part of the city of Milan and Rossoneri fans don't want to call the stadium by the name of a rival player, they still use the old name of the stadium, San Siro.
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