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Old 23-10-2006, 10:51   #1
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I couldn't seem to find any thread related to what I wanted to post so I thought I might start a fairly broad thread.


Aussie Marco Bresciano helped his cub Palermo to a 2-0 win over AC Milan by scoring the first goal.
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Old 23-10-2006, 17:35   #2
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Inter should be coasting to victory this year when you look at their squad but yet again they will probably bottle it. Roma look a top outfit this season as they looked to have continued their great end of season form into this campaign. Fiorentina would have been challenging too but their dodgy dealings have cost them.
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Old 28-10-2006, 01:33   #3
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CONI cuts Calciopoli penalties Friday 27 October, 2006


Juventus, Lazio and Fiorentina have had their Calciopoli penalties reduced, but Milan remain with an eight-point handicap.

The Biancocelesti and Bianconeri had the biggest discount, as both have had eight points handed back to them after tonight’s verdict from the CONI Arbitration.


Fiorentina were hoping for a substantial discount on their original 19-point penalty, but it has merely been cut to –15.


Milan’s appeal failed, as their eight-point handicap will stand for the 2006-07 campaign.


This means that the current Serie A table now has Lazio level with Milan on seven points and Fiorentina on 0.


In Serie B, Juventus leapfrog up to 10 points and 12th place.


The clubs lodged their appeals in front of the commission on October 11 and 12, but a decision was only formally announced this evening.


The original Calciopoli trial had inflicted more severe handicaps on the sides, as Juventus, Fiorentina and Lazio were demoted to Serie B with penalties of 30, 12 and seven points respectively. Milan stayed in the top flight with a 15-point penalty.


These verdicts were cut on appeal so that only Juve remained in the Second Division with a 17-point penalty. Fiorentina and Lazio returned to Serie A, starting from –19 and –11, while Milan went back into the Champions League through the preliminary round and began the campaign from –8 points.


This could well be the final act in the Calciopoli trial that has dragged on since the summer, amid wiretapping scandals, match-fixing allegations and claims of pressure put on referees to favour certain sides.


Yet there may be more on the horizon, as clubs still unhappy with their lot could in theory appeal to the TAR tribunal. As it is outside the jurisdiction of the sporting courts, this civil action would infuriate the Federation and might earn new penalties for the sides involved.


The CONI also decided to annull the planned bans on playing home games, translating that into a cash sum.


The proceeds from the first Milan and Juventus matches of the current campaign must be handed over to the Federation.


Lazio will do the same with their first two games, while for Fiorentina the penalty is three home gates.


http://www.channel4.com/sport/footba...ia/oct27o.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/foot...pe/6093348.stm
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Old 28-10-2006, 01:38   #4
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Why don't they just give Juve the title..........

Disgraceful!!!
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Why don't they just give Juve the title..........

Disgraceful!!!
Do you like Juve?
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When reading a post by Croc, it's a good idea to always assume they're sarcastic..
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When reading a post by Croc, it's a good idea to always assume they're sarcastic..
haha You are right Fabian, I didn't understand good Croc's intention
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Inter win the milan derby...

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It's a shame with these points! I'm really mad
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What a crazy day that was!!
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What a great derby. The best Derby I have seen in years (in any part of the world.....well, except my home drby when my team kick the rival's ass big time: 5-1, that was beautiful)
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That was the best game I have seen in ages last night!!!!!!

Wonderful goals, excitement, contoversy and great attacking football.
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Milan-Roma match presents some good watching play. Brocchi scored really terrific goal from 35 meter
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