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PostSubject: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:03 pm

They gonne re-open Calciopoli again ... now part 2.

Inter is the 'big guilty' one, but even other teams can be dragged down in this.

To be continued ...
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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 2:19 pm

Where did you read or hear about that Pazke??

Over the last few weeks I also read something similar but didn't take it seriously.
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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 2:41 pm

goal.com yesterday - Inter rioma and some other clubs are under the microscope
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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 2:48 pm

There have been allegations that Rioma were trying to influence referees and at the Moggi trial, it was alleged that Inter were selecting 'favourable' referees.

My thoughts on calciopoli are simple; Juve should have kept their titles and anybody else found guilty should be fined millions, rather than deducted points. Serie A has taken a massive hit with this and needlessly so.

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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 3:45 pm

Think that Fiorentina is also in this sh*t ...

imagine a season without Inter - Riomma - Fiorentina drunken
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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 4:22 pm

Caxi wrote:
There have been allegations that Rioma were trying to influence referees and at the Moggi trial, it was alleged that Inter were selecting 'favourable' referees.

My thoughts on calciopoli are simple; Juve should have kept their titles and anybody else found guilty should be fined millions, rather than deducted points. Serie A has taken a massive hit with this and needlessly so.

So you were in favor of milder sentences only so the Serie A reputation stays intact?

If anything the punishments should have been harsher for the offenders, and the investigation should have been more thorough the first time around because as we see the ones implicated now have made a massive step forward in relation to those punished. Inter, merda and Fiorentina to an extent have profited most from Calciopoli. Now that the tables have turned I hope the investigation is honest and thorough as I'm sure there's no chance in hell merda and Inter are clean as a whistle.

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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:17 pm

pazke wrote:
Think that Fiorentina is also in this sh*t ...

imagine a season without Inter - Riomma - Fiorentina drunken

and Palermo winning the Scudetto. Twisted Evil

That would be weird.
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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:27 pm

Sile wrote:
Caxi wrote:
There have been allegations that Rioma were trying to influence referees and at the Moggi trial, it was alleged that Inter were selecting 'favourable' referees.

My thoughts on calciopoli are simple; Juve should have kept their titles and anybody else found guilty should be fined millions, rather than deducted points. Serie A has taken a massive hit with this and needlessly so.

So you were in favor of milder sentences only so the Serie A reputation stays intact?

If anything the punishments should have been harsher for the offenders, and the investigation should have been more thorough the first time around because as we see the ones implicated now have made a massive step forward in relation to those punished. Inter, merda and Fiorentina to an extent have profited most from Calciopoli. Now that the tables have turned I hope the investigation is honest and thorough as I'm sure there's no chance in hell merda and Inter are clean as a whistle.

Well, it is beginning to look like half of Serie A were selecting referees with Moggi only as the main protagonist. Hate to say it but if all 10 or so teams were punished at once, Italian football would have died, Sassuolo would be winning Scudetti and we would have had disarray.

Now, if a thorough investigation was conducted in the first place with mega-fines dished out for proven offenders, then we'd be ok. However, what reputation does Serie A have now? If Inter and Rioma have slipped through the net and picked up all honours as a result then this league has no credibility.

It means the last 4-5 seasons are void. Calciopoli part. II can only do further damage. It cannot rectify what has already been done...

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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:51 pm

It isn't about rectifying anything. Moggi is trying to clear his name but he will not shed a tear if other teams suffer the same or similar fate to Juventus'.
Inter have built their success on failure of others, as did merda. And probably the whole time they were as guilty as others. So out with the truth no matter the cost. Better that than an unjust league which favors the top 4 at the expense of others.

As for Serie A rep, it hardly matters what other nations think of it, when it is impossible to influence referees in European games, and italian teams had their fair share of success there. Other leagues should clean the mess in their own back yard, not worry about Italy.

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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Thu Apr 22, 2010 6:12 pm

Italian football needed a cleanout for years.

In 2006, they finally had the chance to do it but they botched the job.

I agree with what Sile says. Sadly, in Italy don't expect the truth will ever come out.

And I'd be very surprised if we see anymore teams relegated.

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PostSubject: Re: Calciopoli - Part 2   Tue Apr 27, 2010 3:09 am

i think that this is just the way to took some scudeto of inter(becouse there was no chance on the field to do that),if things goes like they needed inter will have 18 scudetos(one more than milan)-this can be danger for someone.
juve and milan cant stop them so this could be their best way to do it.
juve win 93 and 94 season(droping test wasnt in their side)-nothing
season 97-shame for italian footbal,colina give them scudeto-nothing
2002-preasure on us to win in last day of season or.....-juve again
1999-milan took the scudeto from us-nothing
during 80-s they kill napoli(watching some documentary when maradona talk how in that time they play against all italy)
every decade(without this one) 8 scudeto must goes for juve and milan,other two lets play.
i dont hate inter like rioma-milan or juve
it s time that milan-juve dinasty to failed,nothing else
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