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    Prediction League 2016/2017 Week 29

    Saturday March 18
    Torino - Inter
    Milan - Genoa

    Sunday March 19
    Empoli - Napoli
    Sampdoria - Juventus
    Atalanta - Pescara
    Cagliari - Lazio
    Crotone - Fiorentina
    Bologna - Chievo
    Udinese - Palermo
    Roma - Sassuolo
    Atletico - Sevilla
    Quote Originally Posted by Arlen View Post
    The problem with this kind of site in english is the international brand of supporters from non-footballers or non-top-footballer countries..
    You see people from Colombia, Oceania, Ireland(i think) pretending that at least ONCE in their life they saw a young wc talent arriving and becoming a world star.

    Just a idea: if you want a serious debate about football, you should block everybody from countries that NEVER will win nothing and NEVER will have a balon d'or, for example.
    Whats the point about those guys opinions??? Can i go to some New Zealand chat and start to teach them how to recognize the better wc prospects among young Rugby players?
    Again, if you NEVER saw a young wc prospect struggling in his first years, like Kaka or Ronaldinho who were booed by they local supporters here, how could you judge????

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    Saturday March 18
    Torino 1 - 2 Inter (Icardi, Candreva)
    Milan 1 -0 Genoa

    Sunday March 19
    Empoli 0 - 4 Napoli
    Sampdoria 1 - 2 Juventus
    Atalanta 3 - 0 Pescara
    Cagliari 1 - 3 Lazio
    Crotone 0 - 1 Fiorentina
    Bologna 1 - 1 Chievo
    Udinese 1 - 0 Palermo
    Roma 3 - 1 Sassuolo
    Atletico 2 - 0 Sevilla
    Quote Originally Posted by Arlen View Post
    The problem with this kind of site in english is the international brand of supporters from non-footballers or non-top-footballer countries..
    You see people from Colombia, Oceania, Ireland(i think) pretending that at least ONCE in their life they saw a young wc talent arriving and becoming a world star.

    Just a idea: if you want a serious debate about football, you should block everybody from countries that NEVER will win nothing and NEVER will have a balon d'or, for example.
    Whats the point about those guys opinions??? Can i go to some New Zealand chat and start to teach them how to recognize the better wc prospects among young Rugby players?
    Again, if you NEVER saw a young wc prospect struggling in his first years, like Kaka or Ronaldinho who were booed by they local supporters here, how could you judge????

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    Saturday March 18
    Torino 1 - 2 Inter (Perisic, Kondogbia)
    Milan 1 - 0 Genoa

    Sunday March 19
    Empoli 0 - 2 Napoli
    Sampdoria 1 - 3 Juventus
    Atalanta 2 - 1 Pescara
    Cagliari 1 - 1 Lazio
    Crotone 0 - 3 Fiorentina
    Bologna 1 - 1 Chievo
    Udinese 2 - 0 Palermo
    Roma 4 - 1 Sassuolo
    Atletico 1 - 0 Sevilla
    Forza Inter

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    Saturday March 18
    Torino 1 - 2 Inter (Icardi, Perisic)
    Milan 2 - 1 Genoa

    Sunday March 19
    Empoli 1 - 3 Napoli
    Sampdoria 0 - 2 Juventus
    Atalanta 2 - 0 Pescara
    Cagliari 1 - 2 Lazio
    Crotone 0 - 3 Fiorentina
    Bologna 2 - 2 Chievo
    Udinese 2 - 1 Palermo
    Roma 3 - 0 Sassuolo
    Atletico 2 - 1 Sevilla
    Inter is an artistic venture, almost poetic. It is capable of provoking immense, unreachable joy and bitter disappointment. Itís never done by half-measures.
    For me, Inter is the opening to new worlds and courage. Itís a strong passion, a marvellous illness. You can put up with the weaknesses and admire the courage, the same way you would with a son.
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    24 10 years of FIF
    Saturday March 18
    Torino 1 - 3 Inter (Icardi, kondogbia, perisic)
    Milan 0-0 Genoa

    Sunday March 19
    Empoli 0 - 2 Napoli
    Sampdoria 1 - 1 Juventus
    Atalanta 3 - 0 Pescara
    Cagliari 1 - 2 Lazio
    Crotone 0 - 3 Fiorentina
    Bologna 1 - 0 Chievo
    Udinese 0 - 0 Palermo
    Roma 2 - 2 Sassuolo
    Atletico 3 - 1 Sevilla
    Which matches do you feel more, those with Juventus or Milan?
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