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Re: Italian football

Postby ramsej84 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:10 pm

Valerio wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:@ramsej84 They're considered fascist so even if it's a good spot they will not get much out of it....


I know cause it is a trend nowadays ... who is worried for his family and country as a whole is a fascist.

So if they are considered as such what about casapound?

I know this is OT but it is interesting speaking to an Italian and since we have only two italiani in here it is not worth opening the Italian members thread. (maybe the general chat will do)

Casapound is extreme right wing party tough they don't discriminate gay people.
In Italy the right wing party are Forza Nuova and Casa Pound.
Forza Nuova is more christian/religious while Casa Pound is more liberal on.
While Fratelli D'Italia is a mid-right party
In Italy unless it's PD-PDL or M5s it's almost non existent.

But anyway Forza Nuova,Casapound and Fratelli d'Italia may not officially be "fascist" but their members are for sure.
But I think it's more nationalism than what fascism was.
I know all too well cause my father is on the list for Casa Pound and me and my sister had to go to their gazebo to give them our singnings
Dunno what for as in Italy we vote on 4th march.

I'm generally disappointed by politics and usually I void my vote by making a big X across the whole thing to not give my vote to anynone...
But you know blood is thicker than water so even tough I don't agree with many things.... anyway those party are so small that won't matter.
They'll hardly enter in the parlament or senate[/quote]

wow!

plus if Berlusconi wins he promised to expel 600 000 illegals (and rightly so) and all those who will enter our (Maltese) waters it us who have to take them,,,
If that happens we will be doomed...


IMO there is only one solution. Open centers in Libya & Tunisia - EU reps will run these centers were all those who want to travel to Europe will be screened , if they are eligible they will be flown to different countries those who do not qualify will be taken back from where they left...
those who will keep refusing to tell from where they left will stay in prison (in Libya / Tunisia) until they tell the truth.
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Re: Italian football

Postby Valerio » Tue Feb 20, 2018 1:39 pm

ramsej84 wrote:
Valerio wrote:
ramsej84 wrote:@ramsej84 They're considered fascist so even if it's a good spot they will not get much out of it....


I know cause it is a trend nowadays ... who is worried for his family and country as a whole is a fascist.

So if they are considered as such what about casapound?

I know this is OT but it is interesting speaking to an Italian and since we have only two italiani in here it is not worth opening the Italian members thread. (maybe the general chat will do)

Casapound is extreme right wing party tough they don't discriminate gay people.
In Italy the right wing party are Forza Nuova and Casa Pound.
Forza Nuova is more christian/religious while Casa Pound is more liberal on.
While Fratelli D'Italia is a mid-right party
In Italy unless it's PD-PDL or M5s it's almost non existent.

But anyway Forza Nuova,Casapound and Fratelli d'Italia may not officially be "fascist" but their members are for sure.
But I think it's more nationalism than what fascism was.
I know all too well cause my father is on the list for Casa Pound and me and my sister had to go to their gazebo to give them our singnings
Dunno what for as in Italy we vote on 4th march.

I'm generally disappointed by politics and usually I void my vote by making a big X across the whole thing to not give my vote to anynone...
But you know blood is thicker than water so even tough I don't agree with many things.... anyway those party are so small that won't matter.
They'll hardly enter in the parlament or senate


wow!

plus if Berlusconi wins he promised to expel 600 000 illegals (and rightly so) and all those who will enter our (Maltese) waters it us who have to take them,,,
If that happens we will be doomed...


IMO there is only one solution. Open centers in Libya & Tunisia - EU reps will run these centers were all those who want to travel to Europe will be screened , if they are eligible they will be flown to different countries those who do not qualify will be taken back from where they left...
those who will keep refusing to tell from where they left will stay in prison (in Libya / Tunisia) until they tell the truth.[/quote]
They can always lie about where they come from....
Most of them are just poor peoples that want to leave Africa but want to do it with the benefits of a refugee.
What I don't understand is why paying $$$$ some criminals instead of booking a flight or a legit boat?
Instead paying so much for shithole boats that usually sink after few hours?
I'd get my tourist passport and disappear somewhere.

Now most of people getting in Italy wanna go to Germany,France or UK but those countries refuse to let them pass (Austria,France and Swistzerland)
So they're forced to stay here and wait till they're expelled or get refugeè status. But that's take too many months usually 6-8months.
So Italy/ans has to pay to keep them here waiting and do nothing.

It's not cool but at some point you should say stop and send them back istantly.
At some point they won't have the money to try again.

The easier option would be use military boats to escort them back somewhere but then those countries where they departed from won't take them back and this is all complicated.
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Re: Italian football

Postby Fénix » Sun Feb 25, 2018 10:36 pm

Milan is getting closer to those on top.

Inter and Roma are such a disappointment this season. :roll:

What happened to Juventus - Atalanta clash? Why is postponed?
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Re: Italian football

Postby ramsej84 » Sun Feb 25, 2018 11:30 pm

Fénix wrote:Milan is getting closer to those on top.

Inter and Roma are such a disappointment this season. :roll:

What happened to Juventus - Atalanta clash? Why is postponed?
Snow.

I have said that Milan will surely be in the UCL next season.

Napoli play tomorrow vs Cagliari.

Btw I really loved Roma's kit... no ads...
Their young Turk was a Ghost today(Turgut Reis aka Dragut)

On the other hand Patrick Cutrone kept impressing

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Re: Italian football

Postby Isabella » Mon Feb 26, 2018 2:20 pm

Fénix wrote:Milan is getting closer to those on top.

Inter and Roma are such a disappointment this season. :roll:

What happened to Juventus - Atalanta clash? Why is postponed?

Snow. Milan directly in UCL look less impossible than at December but it is still improbable... At least two between Inter, Roma and Lazio need to continue to lose points...
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Re: Italian football

Postby Achilles » Mon Feb 26, 2018 2:54 pm

Isabella wrote:
Fénix wrote:Milan is getting closer to those on top.
Inter and Roma are such a disappointment this season. :roll:
What happened to Juventus - Atalanta clash? Why is postponed?

Snow. Milan directly in UCL look less impossible than at December but it is still improbable... At least two between Inter, Roma and Lazio need to continue to lose points...

Lazio is the best team while Inter has the best roster
Next match day Milan v Inter can get the Rossoneri -4pts from the 4th spot while Roma plays away at Napoli. If Milan wins then everything can happen, they are in a good streak with the momentum, Inter will collapse as always as the pressure increases in a possible derby defeat. AC Milan has a chance to get a good spot, I watched them against Roma and Gattusso has done a great job defensively and mentally too. Completely transformed!

IMO Juventus,Napoli and Lazio are the best teams in Italy overall and they deserve their spots. Out of Inter,Roma,Milan I'd like Milan to be in CL it's not like Roma,Inter are playing fantastic football but they where unlucky or whatsoever. We'll see, to be honest Serie A this season is very interesting.
Bundesliga would be exciting as well if we had a battle for the championship because for the UCL spots is already a massacre!
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Re: Italian football

Postby ramsej84 » Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:51 pm

Hot wk end in all aspects in italy is coming up...
Apart from the heated elections...
There are Lazio v Juve, Napoli v Roma
Inter v Milan, and some relegation clashes

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Re: Italian football

Postby ramsej84 » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:11 pm

Anyone watching Lazio v Milan (sec leg S/f italian cup)? 66min the score is still 0-0
Some quality football between the two.
Milan were lucky as the old times in the first half and had some Ref decisions going in their favor.
In Milan the match ended 0-0.

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Re: Italian football

Postby ramsej84 » Wed Feb 28, 2018 10:13 pm

Calabria is an amazing RWB
Saw him last Sun vs Roma, he had a tremendous match and also scored a cheeky goal

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Re: Italian football

Postby ramsej84 » Wed Feb 28, 2018 11:31 pm

Milan won the pen shoot out...

Final Juve v Milan

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Re: Italian football

Postby America USA » Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:05 am

Looks like Milan are back to being a strong side. Arsenal should be very very worried, another Ro16 elimination is on the cards for Wenger.
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Re: Italian football

Postby Valerio » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:14 pm

America USA wrote:Looks like Milan are back to being a strong side. Arsenal should be very very worried, another Ro16 elimination is on the cards for Wenger.

I don't think so nothing special about this Milan neither on men nor on strategy.



https://youtu.be/FGncqyV4Nbg?t=3m37s

Nice chat between Benatia and Matuidi
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Re: Italian football

Postby America USA » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:28 pm

Valerio wrote:
America USA wrote:Looks like Milan are back to being a strong side. Arsenal should be very very worried, another Ro16 elimination is on the cards for Wenger.

I don't think so nothing special about this Milan neither on men nor on strategy.



https://youtu.be/FGncqyV4Nbg?t=3m37s

Nice chat between Benatia and Matuidi


Milan are hitting form right now and Arsenal are in crisis. As an Arsenal supporter, I am afraid the writing is on the wall. 8th Consecutive Ro16 elimination in European competition. If that does happen, I hope Wenger is rightly shown the door.
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Re: Italian football

Postby Valerio » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:39 pm

America USA wrote:
Valerio wrote:
America USA wrote:Looks like Milan are back to being a strong side. Arsenal should be very very worried, another Ro16 elimination is on the cards for Wenger.

I don't think so nothing special about this Milan neither on men nor on strategy.



https://youtu.be/FGncqyV4Nbg?t=3m37s

Nice chat between Benatia and Matuidi


Milan are hitting form right now and Arsenal are in crisis. As an Arsenal supporter, I am afraid the writing is on the wall. 8th Consecutive Ro16 elimination in European competition. If that does happen, I hope Wenger is rightly shown the door.

looks good "in Italy"
See the mighty Napoli in Europe.
Milan vs Arsenal are in for a beating
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Re: Italian football

Postby America USA » Thu Mar 01, 2018 4:59 pm

TBF to Naples, they weren’t taking the EL seriously and they did win the Away leg as well. In the CL as well I felt they didn’t put in a lot of effort and instead focused on the Serie A. Arsenal right now, under Wenger, are a shambles. Arsenal do have the players to beat Milan but under the current management the team are miserable. Milan have beaten Roma and Lazio (two decent clubs) lately and if they win the upcoming derby then they would be favourites to go through in the EL.
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