1. Standard memberasromacalcio
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    04 Jun '07 16:02
    CHE CAVOLO SUCCEDE?

    I mean, WHAT? Have they gone mad? Ranieri, manager of Juventus?

    IO NON CI CREDO! I do NOT believe it! I know he did well this season with Parma but the seat at Juve is a lot hotter!

    I simply do not get this at all!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/europe/6719901.stm
  2. Standard memberPocketKings
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    04 Jun '07 16:15
    Originally posted by asromacalcio
    CHE CAVOLO SUCCEDE?

    I mean, WHAT? Have they gone mad? Ranieri, manager of Juventus?

    IO NON CI CREDO! I do NOT believe it! I know he did well this season with Parma but the seat at Juve is a lot hotter!

    I simply do not get this at all!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/europe/6719901.stm
    I feel she is perfectly qualified to coach the little girls
  3. Standard memberasromacalcio
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    04 Jun '07 16:17
    Originally posted by PocketKings
    I feel she is perfectly qualified to coach the little girls
    Your post is less confusing than the Juve appointment, but I still don't understand it.
  4. Standard memberPocketKings
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    04 Jun '07 18:561 edit
    Originally posted by asromacalcio
    Your post is less confusing than the Juve appointment, but I still don't understand it.
    just making fun of the little girls that get carried off on stretchers for paper cuts. And run and kick their way through hours of endless boredom only to end in a 0-0 draw.
  5. Standard memberpulu2
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    04 Jun '07 20:36
    Originally posted by asromacalcio
    CHE CAVOLO SUCCEDE?

    I mean, WHAT? Have they gone mad? Ranieri, manager of Juventus?

    IO NON CI CREDO! I do NOT believe it! I know he did well this season with Parma but the seat at Juve is a lot hotter!

    I simply do not get this at all!

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/football/europe/6719901.stm
    Well, I'm still not sure why did they get rid of Deschamps? Good guy, nice record.. 😲 Seems rather odd.. maybe Agnelli's have some sort of evil plan..
  6. Standard memberRavello
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    05 Jun '07 01:23
    Originally posted by pulu2
    .. maybe Agnelli's have some sort of evil plan..
    Very little is left of Agnelli's legacy in this Juventus.

    If a real Agnelli was still alive they would never keep go away a good tranier like Deschamps : he left because the new staff is composed by a bunch of snob a-holes who don't know a damn on how to manage a football club.
  7. Standard memberasromacalcio
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    05 Jun '07 14:36
    Originally posted by Ravello
    Very little is left of Agnelli's legacy in this Juventus.

    If a real Agnelli was still alive they would never keep go away a good tranier like Deschamps : he left because the new staff is composed by a bunch of snob a-holes who don't know a damn on how to manage a football club.
    Well for the first time I found a mistake in your English (probably a typo), but other than that I find no fault in your post.

    But snobs or not, they still want to win. I don't see how this reflects that at all.
  8. Bramall Lane
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    05 Jun '07 19:26
    Originally posted by asromacalcio
    Well for the first time I found a mistake in your English (probably a typo), but other than that I find no fault in your post.

    But snobs or not, they still want to win. I don't see how this reflects that at all.
    Maybe Ranieri is on first name terms with more referees?

    😉
  9. Standard memberAmaurote
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    05 Jun '07 20:59
    I doubt he'll last long there, but if he doesn't he'll be in big demand over here: he's a much-loved figure in Britain. Although, truth to tell, I think the nation mourned when he learned English and ditched his fat comedy translator (who appeared to be making up Ranieri's post-match interviews as he went along).
  10. Standard memberRavello
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    06 Jun '07 00:29
    Originally posted by asromacalcio
    Well for the first time I found a mistake in your English (probably a typo), but other than that I find no fault in your post.

    But snobs or not, they still want to win. I don't see how this reflects that at all.
    Yes, tranier/trainer was clearly a typo.
  11. Standard memberasromacalcio
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    06 Jun '07 02:44
    Originally posted by Ravello
    Yes, tranier/trainer was clearly a typo.
    Anzi, intendevo che ti sbagliavi la forma del 'congiuntivo' inglese, ormai poco esistente, il nostro 'che fosse', If Agnelli were invece di was. Ma allora, non e' neanche uno sbaglio, solo che e' piu' corretto usare were.

    Altrimenti trovo difficile da credere che tu non abbia vissuto da noi per molto tempo, 10 anni, o che forse tu non abbia un genitore inglese. Sei veramente bravo.

    A presto, ciao.
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    06 Jun '07 11:34
    Originally posted by asromacalcio
    Anzi, intendevo che ti sbagliavi la forma del 'congiuntivo' inglese, ormai poco esistente, il nostro 'che fosse', If Agnelli were invece di was. Ma allora, non e' neanche uno sbaglio, solo che e' piu' corretto usare were.

    Altrimenti trovo difficile da credere che tu non abbia vissuto da noi per molto tempo, 10 anni, o che forse tu non abbia un genitore inglese. Sei veramente bravo.

    A presto, ciao.
    About half past seven I think.
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