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milan supporters are so funny on their forum hahahhha pathetic

GRANDE INTER! GRAZIE
 

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An example of the kind of comments I stopped into when looking through couple of european clubs message boards:


good decision by the ref there.


And after a second:


I meant the booking for the dive of Lucio...

the sending off is insane.
 

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refs are always trying to screw us they all hate us what can we do its all jealousy because no one can stop us and because of that we steal all the competition
 

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This milan is sad to watch.

Leonardo could have done something by putting in Pippo or Hunt much earlier in the game. we weren't invincible in the beginning of the second half but he did very little to play to his advantage. Good for us.

They were outclassed, like comparing the UEFA President to me.
 

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It's quite disgusting to see Milanistas posting on their forum and Xtratime forum that Sneijder deserved the red. And how they're saying, "Ooh, Sneijder must have insulted the ref blablabla..." You could tell from the replay that he didn't even open his mouth, dumbass! And really, stop using the Rooney example cause he got a second yellow. Milanistas need to grow something we usually call a 'brain'.
 

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I've checked couple of forums, Man Utd, Barcelonas, JuBes, and on all of them people were pointing out how horrible that ref was.

Jose said it all what was there to say. The first minute, after the tackle from Dinho, he should got a yellow, but he didn't. From that minute, just like couple of guys here, that this ref will want to fuck us good today.

I'm seriously more angry about this shit, than happy about the result at this point, because this is another time "the Inter" factor comes to play.

Had this happen to JuBe, or Milan, you would find everybody commenting every mistake of the refferee to the fullest, and also criticising him. But since, it is Inter, and since we won, I bet we won't hear more of it past tomorrow.

This shit is fucked up. I hope that the european media will put some light into it, and show how attrocious the reffering was, if italian media can't do it right. Not only that, this succesfully killed of the great game, that we had prior to the incident.

I can't even show enough how this ref angred me!


You kept your word, and stopped by. You're a man of honor.

When you cure from this wound, will be time to tease you a bit ;)

After reading your post, then I sense another Mou's genius.. as he made such a straightforward comment that will probably make him banned for next matches. At least, he's gonna make people write about this things in media.
 

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Just dropped by to congratulate you guys..

Nothing much to say except that a better and more organized team won..I'm disappointed with the loss, but even more with the way Milan played tonight.. :(

i respect that even if i hate milan that takes a lot of balls and most milanistas would not say that bravo:star: goodluck against man u
 

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Forza Inter !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Milan is Zerooooooooo
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It's quite disgusting to see Milanistas posting on their forum and Xtratime forum that Sneijder deserved the red. And how they're saying, "Ooh, Sneijder must have insulted the ref blablabla..." You could tell from the replay that he didn't even open his mouth, dumbass! And really, stop using the Rooney example cause he got a second yellow. Milanistas need to grow something we usually call a 'brain'.

from what i saw on the replay, Sneijder applaud the referee for a long time..., not just a few second like Rooney did. Look like he is asking the ref to give him a straight red card...

if i'm the ref maybe i will do the same thing
 

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It's quite disgusting to see Milanistas posting on their forum and Xtratime forum that Sneijder deserved the red. And how they're saying, "Ooh, Sneijder must have insulted the ref blablabla..." You could tell from the replay that he didn't even open his mouth, dumbass! And really, stop using the Rooney example cause he got a second yellow. Milanistas need to grow something we usually call a 'brain'.

He doesn't hurl an obscenity but it's clear in the replay that he's mouthing 'Bravo' as he applauds the ref...So, he did open his mouth

It was excessive from the ref but in these situations, I believe you should never put a ref in a position to have to choose between red/yellow...Sneijder is no noob and should've shown better composure

Most importantly, Inter won the derby and swept AC for the season
 

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SPECTACULAR DERBY: The Nerazzuri (2-0) is at +9 over Milan.
Milito scores, Sneijder got sent off at the 26th minute. The team resists in 10 and closes out in 9. Pandev doubles.
Dinho misses a penalty at 92nd minute. Mou heavy accusations to the referee.

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The derby is Inter's.
Milito scores, Sneijder got sent off, Pandev closes.
The Nerazzurri were with 10 men from the 26th minute but Milan couldn't pass even on a penalty: Julio Cesar bewitches Dinho.

Milan - We usually don't like raging about the referees, but this time it is a mandatory prerequisite to mention the catastrophic performance from Rocchi, who clearly is unsuited for his first Milan derby. In such cases, there's should be another referee to replace him during the game just like the substitutions for the players. Yet, as it may seem paradoxical, at the end it was Inter that the referee did the most damage. And since there are many mistakes that go against them, its demonstration of extraordinary superiority becomes even more valuable.

The key Anger, strength, quality and counterattack. These are the ingredients of a successful and deserved victory and it is even more important thatn the 4-0 in the first leg, irrespective of the reflections in the standings. Because against an in form Milan especially since there are many mistakes from the referee, penalizing Inter, not only because the expulsion of Sneijder after half of the first half.

Overwhelming Inter The team of Mourinho, which scored the total of 6 goals and without conceding 1 in the first and the return leg. Sneijder was the first with a chance to score just after 3 minutes but he hit the post. 5 minutes later, the Dida saved the second shot from the Dutchman. Not only that but Inter were the better team in the game and at the 10th minute, Pandev launches the ball to Milito, who takes advantage of a wrong engagement from Abate and put Inter up 1-0 with a perfect left-footed shot. Inter demonstrate its superiority, even psychologically, and it continues to make Milan dance all game long. Securing behind were Samuel, Lucio, Santon and with Maicon completes the back line. The leaders went back to the 4-3-1-2 which rely on the trident of Zanetti-Cambiasso-Muntari with Sneijder playing behind the immense duo of Milito and Pandev, who was perfect in the role of Eto'o. The first 20 minutes, Inter were borderline perfection, but they were marred by the expulsion of Sneijder. Mourinho leaves Pandev and Milito in an 4-3-2, which still holds up well. Difficulties were only starting after half-time, and the overwhelming Inter were back on the counterattack. Milito failed to make a double. Pandev was cursed when the post denied him the first goal in the derby, but he was back with a free-kick. And after 20 minutes in the second half, Pandev was replaced by Motta and the formation changed to a new 4-3-1-1. Inter were not even afraid when playing with 9 men in extra time because of the red card for Lucio, because Ronaldinho was rejected on the penalty kick by Julio Cesar.

Impotent Milan The absence of Nesta, Favalli, the 38 year-old, former Inter player was not sufficient to explain the difficulties of Milan that collapse without an excuse because they were the team that don't have the so-called approach to the game. A shot high in the middle of the storm by Borriello does not scare Inter, even when the Nerazzurri with one man disadvantage and only Pirlo tried to awaken his companions such as Beckham, Ronaldinho and Gattuso. So as Julio Cesar leaving the game at half-time without being bothered too much, the moves of Milan were made after the break. Gattusso went out for Seedorf who forms a trio of attack with Pirlo and Ambrosini, reassembled the 4-2-1-3 with the same Milan that initiated the great comeback at the Bernabeu. They finally earned a penalty for a possible 1-2 but Ronaldinho was so wrong that the touch of Julio Cesar is the ending theme of an evening that could decide the Scudetto.
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Yeah, but Sneijder was telling the ref, "Look, you have been really poor."

After 25 minutes it was totally clear that the ref was not consistent with his handing out of cards. Ronaldinho should have had one after 2 minutes, but it wasn't given, and the game spiralled out of control from there.

Maybe Sneijder should have used a bit more tact, but really, when could you have a better case to say what Sneijder was saying, "Hey, you are reffing badly, this needs to stop." Instead the ref compounds the problem by not giving him a yellow....
 

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No matter how much the ref feels insulted by Sneijder's response, giving him a straight red will be opening the floodgates for a whole lot of red cards in the future.

According to the FIFA Laws of the Game, "dissent by word of action" is a cautionable offence, while a sending off offence is "using offensive, insulting, or abusive words/gestures".

Sneijder was guilty of dissent, that's for sure. But technically, he definitely was not guilty of the latter, unless clapping and saying 'Bravo' has become offensive, insulting, or abusive. His sarcasm was a result of the referee's inadequacy, and was translated as overly offensive by the referee. If this decision is ever justified, refs will have, from this match on, authority to give straight red cards as long as they feel sufficiently insulted, which is too damn arbitrary.

I'm expecting Inter to appeal the red card, and get the ban reduced. Cause I can see the floodgates bursting open if it's not...
 

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Even if Sneider's red was justified, there's no justification to Lucio's red.

I like to see the Rocchi himself not put his hands up when someone is smashing the ball 5 feet in front of his head.
 

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lucio didn't even put his hand in front of the ball, it was already in that position before the ball was kicked
 

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the ref was crap.. if Meelan won tonight, Berlusconi would grant him handsome pay
 

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Oh What a game. We started of great with Sneijder testing Dida twice but I was worried about the gap between the 3 defensive mids and Sneijder. We seriously need to do something about that.

But then turned up Milito. Man, I haven't ever fallen for a player so quickly as I did for this guy. Fucking hero! Of course the Sneijder sending off made things very difficult for us. I was sure we would concede sometime late in the game. Not easy to hold on for 65 mins when your midfielders can't hold the ball for their lives.

The start of second half was really panicky. Borriello had a host of chances. Lucio especially should have done a lot better marking him. But the game looked more and more like 'good vs evil'. And as in the movies, good has to win. When we got the FK, I was praying for Pandev to take it and not Cuchu. I was so sure he would score. And then the good vs evil belief strengthened. When they got the penalty, I didn't worry for a second. JC turned up big time last night. Brilliant.

I was happy about two things - Santon playing and Pandev instead of Mario. Pandev is too intelligent a player. His runs and vision and very complementary to Sneijder.

Also a word for Muntari. He lost a lot of balls and fucked up our plays. But he was essential to our game last night. Without his workrate, we wouldn't have survived.
 
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