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[FM13] Giuseppe Bergomi - The King of Calcio

The story of an Inter Milan legend taking his club back to the top of the world.
Started on 17 April 2013 by Neal
Latest Reply on 29 October 2014 by Neal
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Good luck in the UCL, hopefully you can overcome Conte's Arsenal! :)
I saw your Facebook reply, and I took time out from an extremely difficult schedule (GTA, GTA, GTA, GTA) just to wish you on here. Happy belated Birthday!
*Bump*
I have not caught up with this story and I will not because I am the laziest person ever but I just wanted to post here to say - holy fuck, 800+ posts!

I am proud <3

Happy late birthday!

I actually wished you happy birthday on Steam, but you didn't respond :(
Neal gets happy :P
If Bergomi doesn't win the Champions League, The Shade will be sent to "deal with him".

Great Update mate! :D
Arvind: Hopefully us :P

Walter: That's the plan!

Akash: Seems like a demanding workload Akash :)) Thanks for the wishes though :)

Justice: Always reliable, aren't you ;)

Glenn T: I didn't see it, I promise :/ thanks though! Get back on this site and be more regular, I miss you around here buddy!

Louis: Happiness is good ;)

Nathaniel: Uh-oh :O

May Results - Curtain Comes Down on Serie A


Udinese 1-2 Inter

Serie A
Destro (40)
Shaqiri (51)
N'Djeng (81)
Shaqiri

What possessed me to do this, I do not know, but I opted to start Xherdan Shaqiri at left back. This happened to be a stroke of genius as Xherdan repaid my faith with an assist and a goal. After this match we had 104 points, equaling our points record from before.


Inter 3-1 Atalanta

Serie A
Crisetig (23, 52)
Immobile (82)
Ademilson (83)
Crisetig

A great win for the fans to celebrate in the Derby Lombardo. Lorenzo Crisetig had a brilliant match and managed to find the net twice. Ciro Immobile's late goal set us up for a nervy ending, but Ademilson replied with a goal of his own right after to seal the deal. 107 points, a new record!


Pescara 1-3 Inter

Serie A
Bellusci (4)
Ademilson (25)
Maher (54)
Okaka (80)
Maher

A great way to finish off the Serie A campaign! Adam Maher made his return from injury with an assist and a goal, and Ademilson and Destro reignited their strike partnership which ended with Destro assisting an Ademilson goal. 110 points is the new official record, and we've also completed our third undefeated campaign in 4 tries!

Serie A Final Table



I will have a full length update or two to summarize this Serie A season. For now, however, a few words and numbers sum it all up: 110 points, 36 wins, 26 clean sheets, undefeated CHAMPIONS!
Congrats on winning the Serie A, great results too, huge point difference which is insulting for Juve, will they reply next season? We can only wait to see that! :P
I challenge you to win every match in the Serie A, achieving a 116 point record.
Mohamed: Juventus will likely come back with a passion next season and we need to be prepared. I think the next season or two could be far more difficult.

Pauker: 114* point record, and I will try, though I do not think it is possible :P

Serie A Season Review

The Serie A season is finally over, and we've enjoyed a record-breaking season. In this article, we'll analyze the Italian domestic campaign and take a look at awards, the champion, relegated clubs, and more.

Fourth Straight Scudetto for Inter


In perhaps the most incredibly one horse race Serie A has ever seen, Internazionale Milano stormed to their fourth straight Serie A title under manager Giuseppe Bergomi. This year, however, was special. Aside from being undefeated, they set multiple records in the process, being: greatest margin of victory (28 points), largest points total (110), and most wins (36).

The Agony of Relegation


Three teams must suffer the ignominy of relegation to the Serie B. This year, Siena and Empoli, quite honestly, went down without a fight, finishing with merely 16 and 22 points respectively. Genoa was sent down on the final day. They were tied with Catania on points but head to head sent them spiraling down to the second division.

Destro Defends Golden Boot Title


Mattia Destro stormed to his second straight Serie A Golden Boot award by scoring 30 times in 33 appearances, bettering his last season's tally of 29 by 1. Parma's two strikers Alberto Paloschi and Ishak Belfodil finished a distant 2nd and 3rd respectively, scoring 20 and 19 goals. Destro has fast become an Italian star, and with 10 goals in 10 caps for Italy, he will look to impress at this summer's European Championship.

Inter Dominates Team of the Year


No less than five Inter players worked their way into the Serie A Team of the Year. Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Giuseppe Bellusci, and Andrea Ranocchia were all picked, highlighting Inter's defensive brilliance, and Lorenzo Insigne and Mattia Destro exemplified the Nerazzurri's attacking potency. An important fact is that all of Inter's outfield Team of the Year players are Italian internationals that will hope to have impressed enough to make the squad for the European Championship this summer.

Still Ahead

Though the Serie A isn't over, the Italian domestic season isn't entirely over. The Coppa Italia final next Sunday will be contested between Inter Milan and Juventus and will fully wrap up Italian Calcio for the season as the final trophy is given. After that, the UEFA Champions League final on Saturday between our champions Inter and English giants Arsenal will warp up the season as a whole.
Very impressive I have to admit!
Haha Genoa, Siena & Empoli :P
Surprised Belfodil and Paloschi scoring so many league goals! Good luck against Arsenal, you have no chance against my beloved Juve ;). I challenge you to a network game! My Juve vs your stinky Inter

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