The Seria A Thread


Icardi just won the Milan derby with a 92nd minute goal


Only because of a Donnarumma fuck up, he was out further than fucking Redmayne was the other night.

Either way we’re destined for another 5or 6th place finish anyway, we don’t have the defense nor pointy end to compete with the top 3/4 this season.


Federico Chiesa is going to be a baller. His close control while running at defences is up there with the best. He just needs to improve his decision making. He will be making a big money move in the summer but I won’t be surprised if it is in January.


His father was a pretty awesome player, too.

I have a question more directed at the Azzurri than the Serie A. Some of the Azzurri selections for the latest squad are majorly puzzling. No Cutrone, Belotti or Candreva in the squad, but uncapped 29-year-old Pavoletti, and Sandro Tonali, who has not even played a game of Serie A before, have been picked. What’s the deal? Additionally, why is it that guys like Immobile can’t recreate their goalscoring heroics in Serie A with the national team? Serie A surely hasn’t slipped that far quality-wise?


Tonali has huge wraps on him. Think it’s a bit like Ange selecting Ikon


Any Milan fans on this site? It all kicked off this morning and I feel Juve have wrapped up the league. As a Juve fan, it hurt to see Gonzalo leaving the field crying. He gave everything to our club and it seems that he was forced out by Marrotta and co.


There is. :slight_smile:



Suck my cock Inter.



As a Juventus fan, I was very pleased with this mornings games. 16 points ahead and cruising. Still on the Allegri out bandwagon though!