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Torino Chat
GambaToro (Cambridge United) 4 years ago
FORZA TORO!
BruscoACM (AC Milan) 4 years ago
Si forza toro, it will be nice to see tem lay in seria A
Kaptn (Juventus) 4 years ago
Hell yes ranked #4, there is definitely a chance for Torino to be on top
JoshuaBrady (Juventus) 2 years ago
Looking forward to seeing you guys next year
Juventusfc (Juventus) 2 years ago
PROMOTION PROMOTION FINALLY NEXT YEAR DERBY!
Ellender (Bayern München) 2 years ago
Can't wait until ogbonna becomes a household name cb
UDECHILE (Univ de Chile) 1 year ago
LETS GO TORNINOOO! BIANCHI YOUR MY HEROOO
UDECHILE (Univ de Chile) 1 year ago
For a side that just came up, our performance is inspiring! Now all we have to do is turn those ties into victories! VIVA EL TORO!
Jasonjayo1 (Liverpool) 1 year ago
Viva el Toro
UDECHILE (Univ de Chile) 1 year ago
Forza Torino.... We've done good this season but too many unlucky games have cost us dearly. This ending of the season is taking my sleep at night, and if somehow we get relegated, I'll probably suffer from insomnia till I die. That being said (any sign of positivity is gone until we reach safety ;D) forzaaaaaaaaaa torinooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
UDECHILE (Univ de Chile) 1 year ago
We def need at least a win from these last three games. I think Chievo and Genoa are key games were points (any amount) would be gladly welcomed at this time. The injury to Ogbonna and the uncertainty surrounding Bianchi's future in Turin have been too much to bear as our form dropped from a wonderful start. C'mon Torino, we fought way too hard to be back in Serie A and be so damn close to relegation. I have faith in you, Torino, farewell
UDECHILE (Univ de Chile) 1 year ago
I can't wait till Genoa so I'm just going to post my insecurities here. Genoa comes into this game one point under us with a worst goal differential (although we share the exact same number of goals conceded, it's in goals scored where we are slightly better.... All because of Bianchi I'm sure ;D) BUT in the latest run of games, they have excelled. They come with confidence following two wins, one against a nothing-to-play-for Chievo and a crushing 4-1 routing of an already relegated Pescara, while we, the indomitable Toro from Turin!, have a miserable run of four straight defeats in our last five games, including a derby 2-0 loss, a ridiculously high scoring game full of wonder strikes against La Viola, a late strike from Balo against Milan and 2-1 versus Roma in which we couldn't capitalize after Balzaretti's red card.
Now I'm not going to lie and say I'm not anxious but they definitely come in this game more confident and at least scoring goals. In our last two matches we've failed to score (DAMN IT bianchi) at all giving away clean sheets. I hope for the love of god that we don't pull a Wigan (another team I support, I know I know, masochist much? Jaja) and lose concentration at key moments when we need it most, only to hoover around relegation and its impending doom! I know we are Torino and have a terrific tendency to do wonders and then shoot ourselves in the foot. We started strong this season, only to drop the intensity and find ourselves a mere FOUR points FROM THE DROP, I repeat, FOUR points. Please, please fight and find away to reach the golden forty before Palermo finish their daring comeback in the last couple of matches. I believe in you, il Toro, I believe in your resilience. This may be a slump in form but we will recover. Forza torino!
UDECHILE (Univ de Chile) 6 months ago
Excellent display, my beloved Torino! 6th is simply phenomenal!
Knownskate (PSG) 4 months ago
Ciro Immobile! Deserves a call up!



   
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