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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 4:14 pm

What sort of attendance can we expect for this game?
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 4:17 pm

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Let's get back to the game.

Foggia and Lichtsteiner have been suspended, Zarate was not. However, Rocchi will miss this game through injury from what I've heard and Fiorentina too which means Zarate can't get booked tomorrow or we will only have Pandev and Inzaghi for Fiorentina.

Brocchi and Meghni are also in doubt. It's not that Rocchi can't play, but rather he risks being out for 2 months if the injury worsens so he misses 2 weeks as a precaution.

When it rains, it pours...
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 5:11 pm

Abbiati, Dida, Donnarumma, Antonini, Bonera, Darmian, Favalli, Jankulovski, Mattioni, Senderos, Zambrotta, Ambrosini, Beckham, Emerson, Pirlo, Inzaghi, Kaką, Pato, Seedorf, Shevchenko, Ronaldinho.

Milan squad
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 5:48 pm

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Abbiati, Dida, Donnarumma, Antonini, Bonera, Darmian, Favalli, Jankulovski, Mattioni, Senderos, Zambrotta, Ambrosini, Beckham, Emerson, Pirlo, Inzaghi, Kaką, Pato, Seedorf, Shevchenko, Ronaldinho.

Milan squad

NO KALAC!!! Donnarumma instead!

Is Kalac injured?
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 5:58 pm

Caxi wrote:
Biancocelesti wrote:
Abbiati, Dida, Donnarumma, Antonini, Bonera, Darmian, Favalli, Jankulovski, Mattioni, Senderos, Zambrotta, Ambrosini, Beckham, Emerson, Pirlo, Inzaghi, Kaką, Pato, Seedorf, Shevchenko, Ronaldinho.

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NO KALAC!!! Donnarumma instead!

Is Kalac injured?


Kalac has been dropped several times for Abbiati and Dida so i dont think he's injured. Donnarumma isn't a GK is he?
I thought it was normal just to call up 2 GK's to every game.

They have small defensive problems though, looks like Favalli will play center defender with Bonera, that doesnt sound too impossible for Zarate and Pandev!
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 6:02 pm

Rizmo wrote:
Caxi wrote:
Biancocelesti wrote:
Abbiati, Dida, Donnarumma, Antonini, Bonera, Darmian, Favalli, Jankulovski, Mattioni, Senderos, Zambrotta, Ambrosini, Beckham, Emerson, Pirlo, Inzaghi, Kaką, Pato, Seedorf, Shevchenko, Ronaldinho.

Milan squad

NO KALAC!!! Donnarumma instead!

Is Kalac injured?


Kalac has been dropped several times for Abbiati and Dida so i dont think he's injured. Donnarumma isn't a GK is he?
I thought it was normal just to call up 2 GK's to every game.

They have small defensive problems though, looks like Favalli will play center defender with Bonera, that doesnt sound too impossible for Zarate and Pandev!

Apparently Donnarumma is a GK.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 6:06 pm

Milan website says Kalac is "unavailable". Injured then, I assume...or is he?
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 7:22 pm

Kalac is injured. Bonera has flu. He might miss tomorrow's match. Senderos will play instead of him in this case.

Muslera apparently will again be in goals...that's FUCKING ANNOYING, ROSSI!!!!!!!


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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 7:25 pm

The Big Payback wrote:
What sort of attendance can we expect for this game?
What does it matter? In such games it's always almost full attendance.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 9:54 pm

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Caxi wrote:
Let's get back to the game.

Foggia and Lichtsteiner have been suspended, Zarate was not. However, Rocchi will miss this game through injury from what I've heard and Fiorentina too which means Zarate can't get booked tomorrow or we will only have Pandev and Inzaghi for Fiorentina.

Brocchi and Meghni are also in doubt. It's not that Rocchi can't play, but rather he risks being out for 2 months if the injury worsens so he misses 2 weeks as a precaution.

When it rains, it pours...

If it does happen then we could see a Pandev-Inzaghi partnership and with Foggia returning we just might see us either going back to 4-4-2 or playing a tridente with a natural box striker/vulture that is Simone. So no real worries, for the first time in years we have depth.

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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:01 pm

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It`s not about the points we have..it`s how we play lately. Not even in the last season we played that bad (althouth..). And considering that we still have to play Milan, Juve, Inter, Fiorentina, Genoa, Palermo, Roma (most of them away) .. our hopes were games like Cagliari at Olimpico. So i`m very afraid that the gap (wow 10-15 points..what a gap when there are 18 matches left or some!) will close. Very afraid..

10-15 points is a colossal gap when 8 out of 10 teams need to make up those points to get what we have at this stage. I don't know what the betting odds on us getting relegated are but I would give, say, 1 in a 100.

We've had many bad games this season but even Inter will tell you they've had the same. S**t happens and the most important thing for us is that we minimise the s**t.
Yeh,but instead of minimising it, we're increasing it at the moment.

Anyways, today I understood this all doesn't matter...Lazio never was a GRANDE and probably will never be...we will never get the same quality of play as Milan or Juve do. And as throughout the 109 years of our history we've got only 2 Scudettos, if football exists yet another 100 years, probably in our account we will have no more than 4 Scudettos.

Once in a very rare period small teams have successes...like we did in 2000. But we don't have money (and never will) and Delio Rossi is the coach of Lazio's level...unfortunately. We will always have crappy players in our team because better ones don't wanna play for us.

We're LAZIO...and yes, we're proud and loud and all that kind of sh*t, but we are not GRANDE. Our max. happiness is reaching a CL place...Milan's or Inter's maximum SADNESS is reaching a CL place. How sad, but that's life! There have to be winners and there have to be losers.

P.S. Today I finally realised that all the ones that went to the rally in Formello to chant against the team are wrong...they don't get ONE thing: the fact that defeats from Cagliari 1-4 and Sampa 1-3 must be considered as totally NORMAL, and the fact that we're 10th now is totally fine.

How sad, how sad...to be honest, I can't even blame Lotito...I can blame only god, to which I don't believe.

P.P.S. Let's wait till Sunday, when, if luck is by 100% on our side, we score a flucky goal against Milan to equalise so that all of us can celebrate the miserable draw that Lazio got against Milan. How sad, how sad...
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:31 pm

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Forza Lazio wrote:
Caxi wrote:
Kurama_SSLazio wrote:
It`s not about the points we have..it`s how we play lately. Not even in the last season we played that bad (althouth..). And considering that we still have to play Milan, Juve, Inter, Fiorentina, Genoa, Palermo, Roma (most of them away) .. our hopes were games like Cagliari at Olimpico. So i`m very afraid that the gap (wow 10-15 points..what a gap when there are 18 matches left or some!) will close. Very afraid..

10-15 points is a colossal gap when 8 out of 10 teams need to make up those points to get what we have at this stage. I don't know what the betting odds on us getting relegated are but I would give, say, 1 in a 100.

We've had many bad games this season but even Inter will tell you they've had the same. S**t happens and the most important thing for us is that we minimise the s**t.
Yeh,but instead of minimising it, we're increasing it at the moment.

Anyways, today I understood this all doesn't matter...Lazio never was a GRANDE and probably will never be...we will never get the same quality of play as Milan or Juve do. And as throughout the 109 years of our history we've got only 2 Scudettos, if football exists yet another 100 years, probably in our account we will have no more than 4 Scudettos.

Once in a very rare period small teams have successes...like we did in 2000. But we don't have money (and never will) and Delio Rossi is the coach of Lazio's level...unfortunately. We will always have crappy players in our team because better ones don't wanna play for us.

We're LAZIO...and yes, we're proud and loud and all that kind of sh*t, but we are not GRANDE. Our max. happiness is reaching a CL place...Milan's or Inter's maximum SADNESS is reaching a CL place. How sad, but that's life! There have to be winners and there have to be losers.

P.S. Today I finally realised that all the ones that went to the rally in Formello to chant against the team are wrong...they don't get ONE thing: the fact that defeats from Cagliari 1-4 and Sampa 1-3 must be considered as totally NORMAL, and the fact that we're 10th now is totally fine.

How sad, how sad...to be honest, I can't even blame Lotito...I can blame only god, to which I don't believe.

P.P.S. Let's wait till Sunday, when, if luck is by 100% on our side, we score a flucky goal against Milan to equalise so that all of us can celebrate the miserable draw that Lazio got against Milan. How sad, how sad...
Have you recently become Romanisti or something?
No man, unfortunately I've recently become more rational.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sat Jan 31, 2009 11:54 pm

you can be rational in the real world..but in this our special Lazio world, theres is no place for that..we all cant ever stop dreaming and hoping for Lazio to fly as much as Lazio can... Football, fans, Lazio world is a special place, when we think, feel and talk about our Lazio (at least I do) I forget for that moment about the "real" world, tasks, life routines, problems etc...:) If my Lazio is struggling at the moment oh well so be it, not a good feeling true but.. there were always bad and good times, that makes it all worthwhile and interesting.. I feel your love for Lazio too guys, dont say or write something against SSL 1900 if you dont mean it Wink no matter what! FORZA LAZIO NON MOLLARE MAI!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 12:52 am

Mauri, Siviglia, Rozehnal, Radu and Zarate are all one booking away from suspension. They are all expected to start tomorrow.

With Rocchi, Meghni, Del Nero all injured and doubts over various other players, we need to avoid a player crisis. Although I do agree with Sile, we have great strength in depth in relation to previous seasons.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 1:41 am

Mendicino has been called up!!

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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:57 am

cant believe Muslera is going to actually be the gk.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 4:39 am

Tonight, I sat down and witnessed Cagliari defeat Juventus 3-2 away from home. I was watching a well organised team with a great coach, fantastic team spirit and a horde of jubilant fans. This was the team that supposedly "humiliated" and "embarrassed" us last weekend.

We should follow their example. If you discount the first 5 weeks of the season and visualised the league table from matchday 6 onwards, Cagliari would be a mere couple of points off Inter. We lost by three goals at home to the two in form teams in the league. So what.

What makes Cagliari's run more remarkable is that they picked up 0 points from their first 5 games. Perhaps critically, the club stood by their coach, Allegri and the team and the fans allowed them to get on with the task in hand.

So as a fellow Lazio fan, here's what I ask of you. Get behind Rossi, get behind the team and anything is possible. Rossi was the man who sped us to the Champions League with an incredible run of results so why not again? Let's start with Milan. Come win, lose or draw, let's show Italy and the world what we're made of, who we are and what we can do.

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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 7:12 am

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Tonight, I sat down and witnessed Cagliari defeat Juventus 3-2 away from home. I was watching a well organised team with a great coach, fantastic team spirit and a horde of jubilant fans. This was the team that supposedly "humiliated" and "embarrassed" us last weekend.

We should follow their example. If you discount the first 5 weeks of the season and visualised the league table from matchday 6 onwards, Cagliari would be a mere couple of points off Inter. We lost by three goals at home to the two in form teams in the league. So what.

What makes Cagliari's run more remarkable is that they picked up 0 points from their first 5 games. Perhaps critically, the club stood by their coach, Allegri and the team and the fans allowed them to get on with the task in hand.

So as a fellow Lazio fan, here's what I ask of you. Get behind Rossi, get behind the team and anything is possible. Rossi was the man who sped us to the Champions League with an incredible run of results so why not again? Let's start with Milan. Come win, lose or draw, let's show Italy and the world what we're made of, who we are and what we can do.

Forza Lazio! Non Mollare Mai!

well said man!!
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:31 pm

valdanito_10 wrote:
cant believe Muslera is going to actually be the gk.
Muslera was gk in coppa against Milan.

For the first time im gonna watch lazio game without any expectations....without trembling and dreaming.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:33 pm

Caxi wrote:
Tonight, I sat down and witnessed Cagliari defeat Juventus 3-2 away from home. I was watching a well organised team with a great coach, fantastic team spirit and a horde of jubilant fans. This was the team that supposedly "humiliated" and "embarrassed" us last weekend.

We should follow their example. If you discount the first 5 weeks of the season and visualised the league table from matchday 6 onwards, Cagliari would be a mere couple of points off Inter. We lost by three goals at home to the two in form teams in the league. So what.

What makes Cagliari's run more remarkable is that they picked up 0 points from their first 5 games. Perhaps critically, the club stood by their coach, Allegri and the team and the fans allowed them to get on with the task in hand.

So as a fellow Lazio fan, here's what I ask of you. Get behind Rossi, get behind the team and anything is possible. Rossi was the man who sped us to the Champions League with an incredible run of results so why not again? Let's start with Milan. Come win, lose or draw, let's show Italy and the world what we're made of, who we are and what we can do.

Forza Lazio! Non Mollare Mai!

Yeah, but you forget that Alegri is new coach from this season at Cagliari and Rossi is here 4 years already.
Ive seen enough of him.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:54 pm

Rossi Vattene....nothing more or less.........
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:13 pm

LazioS70 wrote:
Rossi Vattene....nothing more or less.........
Before the match is perfect !
A great way to support La Lazio!

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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:26 pm

It'll be interesting to see Muslera between the post, the last time he played against Milan, we conceded 5 goals affraid

Normally, when we are underdogs, we performs better..

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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:33 pm

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It'll be interesting to see Muslera between the post, the last time he played against Milan, we conceded 5 goals affraid

Normally, when we are underdogs, we performs better..

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he played against Milan in the Coppa and was very decent indeed. I'm sure those bad memories are erased afther the cup win.
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PostSubject: Re: Serie A: LAZIO - AC Milan, Sunday 01-02-09   Sun Feb 01, 2009 3:38 pm

yeaah... vs Milan in Coppa, Muslera was LAZIO GK, i hope he dismiss self error, and of course LAZIO defence well organized.

I hope we not lose again, two defeat in a row is enough, DRAW is realistic target vs Milan tonight.
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