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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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Great save fella.
Rablador: Denmark and Inter have been tests of youth, but I feel Italy will be a test of experience. And thanks, glad to know you enjoyed it :D

IanLenton: Thanks dude

International Break Results

Italy 2-0 Latvia

World Cup Qualifying
MARCHISIO (5)
GIOVINCO (8)
POLI

Slovakia 0-2 Italy

World Cup Qualifying
GIOVINCO (26, 37)
GIOVINCO

WORLD CUP QUALIFYING GROUP 3



INTERNATIONAL BREAK REVIEW

The side came out very strongly and played very well in both matches. Sebastian Giovinco looks like he will be a key member of the squad as he scored 3 goals in those 2 matches, dominating proceedings in his role behind the two strikers. Defensively we look very sound, as in attack. We averaged 64% possession and 14 shots on target in either match, a great return. If we keep playing like this, the World Cup in Russia 2018 looks a certainty.
Juventus players being key there.. :P
Pauker: Yes they are, I must be honest. Bonucci, Marchisio, and of course Giovinvo rock
Fantastic achievement taking Denmark to second in the world.
Sorry to see you leave but this is still a quality story.
Northwood: Thanks buddy. I absolutely loved every minute with Denmark and I'm happy to have taken them so far, but when Italy came calling I couldn't resist. I hope you continue to enjoy :)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUPS DRAWN


There was quite some anticipation among a number of clubs across Europe as UEFA drew the 8 groups for its annual UEFA Champions League. Last season's champions Inter Milan is faced with a relatively easy Group F consisting of Sevilla, Bayer Leverkusen, and Olympiakos. Arsenal, who fell in the final to the Nerazzurri, will play Valencia, Twente, and Red Star Belgrade in Group B.

There are no less than two so-called 'groups of death' this year, an exciting prospect for football fans across Europe. In Group D, Barcelona, Juventus, Porto, and Rapid Wien will face off while Group H boasts the likes of Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund, Galatasaray, and Lech Poznan. Real Madrid and Paris St.-Germain will also face each other in the group stages as they have both been drawn in Group E with Parma and FC Kobenhaven.

This year looks like it will be a very exciting season for all fans of European football. With the group stages set, the competition can finally begin. Can Inter be the first to retain their crown since AC Milan in 1990, or will there be a new giant to rise to the throne? There can only be one.
Group E and D look catastrophic. Parma and København always have the ability to surprise, who can forget Il Grande Parma... Especially with Palsochi frontlining. Is Destro terrible, or injured (as to your Italian national team)

Anyway, best of luck on your title defense. A treble perhaps? And naturally, the World Cup and Euro double... lest we forget the Italians
Groups seem to be fairly even this year, for once! :P
Interesting who will win the CL, *coughs* Juventus *coughs*
tbendis: Destro is still injured, sadly, though hopefully he will return soon. A treble is the target, of course, and as to the World Cup, you never know ;)

Justice: PSH, Sevilla, Leverkusen, and Olympiakos? As easy as ever :))

Pauker: No. :P

September Results


Inter 2-1 Roma

Serie A
INSIGNE (14)
LAMELA (19)
COUTINHO 29)
ISCO


Inter 1-0 Sevilla

UEFA Champions League
INSIGNE (59)
BELLUSCI


Inter 2-1 Pescara

Serie A
CAMPORESE (21)
ISCO (22)
INSIGNE (28)
BELLUSCI


Torino 0-4 Inter

Serie A
ADEMILSON (21, 45+2)
STEVANOVIC (71)
BELLUSCI (79)
HANSSON (85)
ADEMILSON


Inter 5-0 Cagliari

Serie A
ADEMILSON (1, pen 78)
SISSOKO (10, 41, 56)
MARCHESE (49)
SISSOKO


Leverkusen 1-2 Inter

UEFA Champions League
COUTINHO (4)
ADEMILSON (49)
ROLFES (54)
BENDER (79)
AYAS (80)
COUTINHO

SERIE A



UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE



PLAYER OF THE MONTH

Ademilson, who scored 5 goals and is our top scorer.



MONTHLY REVIEW

Six wins from six is always a good month for us. We started off a little slow with only 1 goal victories over Roma, Sevilla, and Pescara before really stepping it up against Torino and Cagliari and getting a strong 3 points in Germany against Leverkusen. The teams looks much stronger than last year in that we have so much more depth in every single position. This looks like it will be a great year!
Destro and Ranocchia are deeply missed :(
Great month, great results! Well done Neal! Where did you get those badges from?

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