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Oh Callejon, say it isn't so!!

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juve & sampdoria first loss of the season....:P
He was the king of this league so I may as well post this here as well. Enjoy

Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Paranoid Android - Esoesgallo


https://vimeo.com/108502939
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Most unusual soundtrack I've ever heard for such a cool player.

(I kind of like Radiohead, maybe not matched with Ibra)
Any player that can survive and score goals in the Italian league is a beast that cannot be stopped. Zlatan showed his brilliance with three different teams, and pushed his own teammates to believe and fight. You put Messi or Ronaldo in Serie A, they will fade away after one season. Serie A, is not for talented boys its for gladiator men.
Saw Steven Gerrard tried to pull off the Zlatan (at 0.55min) against QPR, only to fail and look stupid.

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"Enthusiasm"

Opta's one-word summaries sound like perfume brands.
Florenzi, after scoring vs Cagliari ran out to the crowd and hugged his grandmother :)

classy celebration right there.
+1
salute to florenzi...
And then he got a yellow card for it!! Shame on these refs- no heart!!
Stupid rule
weird results so far.

Who would have thought that Torino would be last? Napoli total let down.
5 wins and a draw for Serie A in Europe this week.

Best week in years.
+2

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Just wondering if anyone knows where to watch good Serie A highlights, so hard to find, Cheers.
Reddit has some good highlights, so does footyroom.
European Football Show on BT Sport, so watch out for that whatever stream...that's the only thing worth watching on BT
let the Serie A season 2014/15 begin today.....!!!
Forza Juve...!!!
+1
Top 3 predictions anyone? I'm going with...

1. Roma
2. Juventus
3. Inter

Roma-Juventus will keep a close race, but Juve will get "Allegri'd" towards the last couple of matches and Roma will edge them. Inter to edge out both Napoli & Fiorentina for 3rd, hate to admit it, but they've done pretty good business this summer...
I don't get all the hype around Inter tbh. It's not like they had some sort of revolution with Vidic and Osvaldo...

IF I wanted to be optimistic I would say that the line up won't change. Roma will have more matches to play now with most of the squad new to CL. Fiorentina or Inter didn't improve enough to beat Napoli.
I see Roma very similar to last season Atleti, who also were introduced to the CL for the 1st time yet not only managed to reach the final but also won their league over the 2 horses... I think Rudi can lead them there, even with Juve looking like their normal selves under Allegri (the f**k ups will come soon enough though...)

Honestly, at this point 3rd place will be a toss up imo, but I'm still sticking with Inter, you're right that Vidic & Osvaldo aren't "some sort of revolution" but they are upgrades at what they had and also did very well to get M'vila & Medel in that midfield with Hernanes now getting a whole season to help Inter and Kovacic still growing... scary imo...

The only reason I left out Napoli was because Benitez literally did zilch to help out that horrible defense and didn't think they'll be able to fend off for long... so far that's looking like the case. Fiorentina didn't do anything to improve either, but they've also had poor luck with Rossi & Gomez, don't think they've seen much time together on the pitch because of injuries...
Unfortunately I agree with the original post that Inter will nail the top spots.
Udinese have no cups, a fit Di Natale guarantees competition, even on his last legs.
Fiorentina have bread but no teeth. Napoli can't defend, Milan can't earn a spot without a prolific striker, but again no cups mean they should stand a chance.
1. Roma
2. Allegrified Juve
3. Inter


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12
4
16
1
1
7
9
1
22
12
4
16
1
1
7
9
2
16
7
9
16
3
1
5
9
3
16
6
12
18
1
4
4
9
4
16
4
5
9
1
4
4
9
5
16
2
9
11
3
1
5
9
6
15
5
12
17
2
3
4
9
7
15
5
10
15
2
3
4
9
8
15
2
8
10
2
3
4
9
9
13
3
6
9
2
4
3
9
10
12
-5
15
10
3
3
3
9
11
11
-2
9
7
4
2
3
9
12
10
-5
15
10
3
4
2
9
13
9
2
12
14
4
3
2
9
14
9
-8
17
9
4
3
2
9
15
8
-7
11
4
5
2
2
9
16
7
-6
16
10
4
4
1
9
17
6
-9
15
6
5
3
1
9
18
4
-9
15
6
7
1
1
9
19
3
-9
21
12
8
0
1
9
20
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