Claudio Marchisio (7 Viewers)

Alen

Ѕenior Аdmin
Apr 2, 2007
52,736
Milan fans in their forum were so excited that Juve is becoming their feeder club.

Poor fools. They don't seem to be aware that after giving them Bonucci below price, next year we'll feed them with another player, Szczesny, and Buffon will retire.

;)
 

Dostoevsky

Tzu
Administrator
May 27, 2007
88,530
Milan fans in their forum were so excited that Juve is becoming their feeder club.

Poor fools. They don't seem to be aware that after giving them Bonucci below price, next year we'll feed them with another player, Szczesny, and Buffon will retire.

;)
Pretty hilarious how they have their nose up in the sky because of the new signings. It's like they have forgotten how shit they were over the past 5 years.

IMO Juve are a lot weaker this season, unless we get some bomb til September. But even at this point we're like two levels above Milan. Next season we're getting a lot of youth that was loaned out and there's ton of potential here.

However, it's a pity we took this mercato so easily and weakened our team.
 

Zacheryah

Senior Member
Aug 29, 2010
42,251
Serie A Team of Week 1
By Football Italia staff

With all the big teams winning their games on the opening weekend, Dave Taylor picks out his best XI from Serie A’s return.

Gianluigi Buffon [Juventus]

What can you say about the boss? Always a protagonist and forever imposing at the back. Stood out with a sensational save from Diego Farias but it was his parried penalty from the same man that caught the eye and put a smile on his face. Magnificent.

Andrea Conti [Milan]

The 23-year-old right back who costing over €25m this summer from Atalanta seemed to settle in very comfortably and played in some dangerous balls. A valuable player for the future. Excellent.

Daniele Rugani [Juventus]

It was obvious from the kick-off the youngster knew his job. Keeping Cagliari locked down as if after a prison riot, his ability to take the pressure and return it in spades was very valuable, along with his coolness and confidence. Outstanding.

Faouzi Ghoulam [Napoli]

The 26-year-old Algerian celebrated his 100th appearance with a well-taken first goal for the Azzurri. He kept Verona’s right flank quiet and cherry-topped his game with an ever so subtle chip over the host’s keeper with ease. Exceptional.

Valter Birsa [Chievo]

Was always pushing up field, causing problems every time he got the ball, scoring once and producing an assist for the opener. Aware.

Claudio Marchisio [Juventus]

Controlled the midfield throughout, kept it simple and inspired the team to play as he did, with self-control and elegance. Showed off his marvellous engine and interpreted the game with intelligence. Gifted.


Frank Kessie [Milan]

A fine performance from the 20-year-old Ivorian, who scored an opening penalty to lead the way to the win. He played with personality, poise and his non-stop running caused lots of problems for the hosts. Intelligent.

Miralem Pjanic [Juventus]

A midfield master class, dictating the pace and style of play with some of his gorgeous passes causing problems for the visitors. It was from his perfect ball that saw Paulo Dybala score his goal. Totti-esque

Lorenzo Insigne [Napoli]

Another sensational performance from the local hero, who set up two goals and helped run the match from his advanced role. Worried the home 'keeper from the start and his duet with Dries Mertens saw Ghoulam profit with his goal. Elegant.

Mauro Icardi [Inter]

Two shots on target, two goals for the sparkling Argentinian, who commanded the front line from the word go. Winning and converting a penalty after just six minutes, he added number two with a superb header. Stylish.

Paulo Dybala [Juventus]

Always alert he drifted back into midfield at times, showing his technique with an elegant ease. His goal showed his abilities off superbly as he chested down a sublime pass from Miralem Pjanic to smack it into the roof of the net. Vigilant.

Special mentions: Albert Gomis [Spal], Alexsandr Kolarov [Roma], Suso [Milan], Sergej Milinkovic-Savic [Lazio], Fabio Quagliarella [Sampdoria]
 

Klovn

#MakeTuzGreatAgain
Jul 28, 2011
21,859
So this awful tense day has a happy ending? :touched:




@Azzurri7 :touched:




























You cant get rid of one of your torch bearers, you just cant.:touched: :star:


I did not watch his games for 12 straight years (all Empoli and Azzurrini games included), for us to throw him away to friggin Milan or their likes.
You only did with Giovinco :seven:
 

Zacheryah

Senior Member
Aug 29, 2010
42,251
I'll never understand how you people with high income have some shit stuff like we do have here.

I don't mean the jersey but the monitor.

When i was 23 years old (2008) i had been dropped out of university(04) and collegue(05), lost 3 jobs, had an ugly breakup and had to move back to my father cause finances were overwhelming
Went back to study in 09. Barely any cash. But i got the Marchisio Jersey. Finished professional bachelors degree in chemistry(12), academic bachelor of biochemistry (14) and master of applied science in biochemistry (15).
During those 6 years, i had a massive struggle with finances, and that shirt has been the only fancy piece of clothing i bought myself in all those years

The 'shitty monitor' is actually a pretty great TN panel i bought from my first paycheck.



But i'm sorry if it offended you.
 

Fr3sh

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2011
36,964
Serie A Team of Week 1
By Football Italia staff

With all the big teams winning their games on the opening weekend, Dave Taylor picks out his best XI from Serie A’s return.

Gianluigi Buffon [Juventus]

What can you say about the boss? Always a protagonist and forever imposing at the back. Stood out with a sensational save from Diego Farias but it was his parried penalty from the same man that caught the eye and put a smile on his face. Magnificent.

Andrea Conti [Milan]

The 23-year-old right back who costing over €25m this summer from Atalanta seemed to settle in very comfortably and played in some dangerous balls. A valuable player for the future. Excellent.

Daniele Rugani [Juventus]

It was obvious from the kick-off the youngster knew his job. Keeping Cagliari locked down as if after a prison riot, his ability to take the pressure and return it in spades was very valuable, along with his coolness and confidence. Outstanding.

Faouzi Ghoulam [Napoli]

The 26-year-old Algerian celebrated his 100th appearance with a well-taken first goal for the Azzurri. He kept Verona’s right flank quiet and cherry-topped his game with an ever so subtle chip over the host’s keeper with ease. Exceptional.

Valter Birsa [Chievo]

Was always pushing up field, causing problems every time he got the ball, scoring once and producing an assist for the opener. Aware.

Claudio Marchisio [Juventus]

Controlled the midfield throughout, kept it simple and inspired the team to play as he did, with self-control and elegance. Showed off his marvellous engine and interpreted the game with intelligence. Gifted.

Frank Kessie [Milan]

A fine performance from the 20-year-old Ivorian, who scored an opening penalty to lead the way to the win. He played with personality, poise and his non-stop running caused lots of problems for the hosts. Intelligent.

Miralem Pjanic [Juventus]

A midfield master class, dictating the pace and style of play with some of his gorgeous passes causing problems for the visitors. It was from his perfect ball that saw Paulo Dybala score his goal. Totti-esque

Lorenzo Insigne [Napoli]

Another sensational performance from the local hero, who set up two goals and helped run the match from his advanced role. Worried the home ‘keeper from the start and his duet with Dries Mertens saw Ghoulam profit with his goal. Elegant.

Mauro Icardi [Inter]

Two shots on target, two goals for the sparkling Argentinian, who commanded the front line from the word go. Winning and converting a penalty after just six minutes, he added number two with a superb header. Stylish.

Paulo Dybala [Juventus]

Always alert he drifted back into midfield at times, showing his technique with an elegant ease. His goal showed his abilities off superbly as he chested down a sublime pass from Miralem Pjanic to smack it into the roof of the net. Vigilant.

Special mentions: Albert Gomis [Spal], Alexsandr Kolarov [Roma], Suso [Milan], Sergej Milinkovic-Savic [Lazio], Fabio Quagliarella [Sampdoria]




























@Post Ironic
 

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