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good thing Nesta was out.
Now on our attention to the no.6 team in the Calcio now.
 

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^^^ Completely agree. I had a type of serene confidence both before Pandev's freekick goal, and when Ronaldinho got ready for his penalty, and looked to the bottom left corner (JC's right) before kicking! I am sure forwards use that to throw goalies off sometimes, but this time JC was right, and man, what a stop, and what a time to do it!

Watching El Cuchu celebrate with JC after that was awesome.
 

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Not only were we playing with 10 men, Milan had 12 on the pitch
 

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Yeah, but Sneijder was telling the ref, "Look, you have been really poor."
He was not telling him anything in that situations besides the "BRAVO" the cameras shown. Besides that he clapped him ironicly for 10-15 seconds. That's it.

The red card for this is a Joke! I don't ever remember, someone getting straight red for discussing or sarcastingly saying something to the refferee without any insults at him, like "fuck off", "vaffanculo" etc.

I repeat, the red card for it is a joke, and this ref should be banned for big games for next 5 years, because he obviously can't handle the tension like that!

All the message boards I had a glimpse at, had comments like this:

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

the sending off is insane."

Also, many people said the ref didn't know how to react to intensity of such a game.

You even go to fuckin Milan forums, and you'll find people who said this card was fucking morronic thing to do!!!

...

Gazzetta lost many points in last couple of years, mostly with these "real tables after refs mistakes corrections" crap, but this time they got one point back. Very good words, and most importantly, somehow WROTE about Inter being DAMAGED by the ref yesterday.

Good job GdS.

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.
 
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It's all alright, the ref did us a favor - winning two man down and that penalty in dying minutes made this victory so much better. I just can't get over this great feeling, even today!

And Beckham said that Milan were unlucky to lose yesterdays match!? What match did he watch? Was he even there? Haha, what a moron! :D:D:D
 

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And here we go with sellective Sports Italia news. Jose accuses refs?

Didn't Gazzetta said something about that? What's the difference?

The difference is, that if they wrote that Gazzetta didn't like ref either, it would be a lot more objective news, to many people, than plain "Mourinho complains about the reffere", because there is never at least one coach in every Serie A week that doesn't complain at the ref!

What a JOKE of a site!!!

Remember how Jose said last year, in "zeru tituli" speach, how the media have talked for a week about how Balotelli "won" the penalty against Roma, but when JuBe/Roma/Milan get favours they don't talk about it as much?

And now look at how we hear close to nothing about this shamefull reffering last night.

It's sickening me so much, I want to put my dick into a grinder, so I feel more pain from something else than this motherfuckin shit !!!

Monday 25 January
Gazzetta dello Sport
Inter resists with 10 and then 9 men
Inter 2-0 Milan
Milito scores, Sneijder is set off
Pandev doubles the score, Dinho misses a 92nd minute penalty
Mourinho accuses the referee
Editorial: Stronger than everyone and everything
Ferrara is at risk but Juve can't find a substitute
Napoli fly and Palermo are super

Corriere dello Sport
Inter triumph with nine men
But how much venom is there in the derby!
Mou accuses the referee
Napoli and Palermo, the South is in the Champions League
Juve, ciao Ferrara

Tuttosport
Do what you have to do Bettega
Juve hold meeting today to discuss Ferrara's successor
Maggio enchants and Napoli fly
Hernandez show, Palermo overwhelm Fiorentina
Palacio-Crespo: Genoa's tango
 

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And we've got some praise from english media although they usually don't write about foreign football. Of course, it was due to the fact that Beckham performed in derby and Inter & Bilan will be challengers of Chel$ea & ManUtd respectively :)

Manchester United come to the San Siro next month and they will feel more optimistic about meeting the city’s red half than Chelsea will about encountering the blues the following week.

AC Milan’s humiliation was complete. But this night was not about them. This was all about Mourinho and Inter.

Source : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...Mourinho-s-Inter-sent-dismiss-Beckham-Co.html
 

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Even this fuckin dailymail know it was a disgrace. They don't say it straight in our faces, because they don't know the facts!!!

"Mourinho will have been feeling pretty good after that, but when Sneijder moaned about referee Rocchi getting in his way during an attack, the Dutchman was starting to boil. Lucio was then booked for diving, at which point Sneijder must have said something severe."

They can't accept he got a red for not saying anything severe. They subcionciously think it would be idiotic to do, so they don't believe it, and say "he probably said something severe".

He didn't. We know it, because of what Jose said to the cameras (he is not an idiot to lie in front of the cameras about something like that), and if they knew it, what do you think they would write?


Rocchi, you piece of shit!!!


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Piece of Shit!!!
 
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Even this fuckin dailymail know it was a disgrace. They don't say it straight in our faces, because they don't know the facts!!!

"Mourinho will have been feeling pretty good after that, but when Sneijder moaned about referee Rocchi getting in his way during an attack, the Dutchman was starting to boil. Lucio was then booked for diving, at which point Sneijder must have said something severe."

He didn't. We know it, because of what Jose said to the cameras (he is not an idiot to lie in front of the cameras about something like that), and ff they knew it, what do you think they would write?


Rocchi, you piece of shit!!!


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Piece of Shit!!!

I think it's one from two:
1. They know what had happened and understand everything clearly but they don't write about that because of some kind of ethics or smth.
2.Like you've said, the don't know the whole situation so they're thinking that Wes must've said something really severe to deserve red card. In this case they understand that red card for a clapping is fucking ridiculous and they assume that reason for that kind of refereeing should be something Wes said.
 

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Well about Sneijder's sending off, firstly I've never seen someone get a yellow card for a so called "dive" in the middle of the pitch? Like wtf? Why would Lucio dive in a situation like that? Secondly I was watching Controcampo Sneijder deserved to be sent off he walked all the way from the middle of the pitch, the ref tried to ignore him but Sneijder kept on and he got the red. But also Sneijder was already pissed off at the ref because previously Sneijder was about to recieve the ball and as he moved for it the referee was in his way. But we can never justify what Sneijder did even though Lucio's booking was bullshit at its finest.
 

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All I have to say is WOOOOOW what a performance.For me it was beautiful,i was having a heartattack and a tear in my eye at the same time.Just amazing emotions.Ref was an ass but whats new is that it doesnt look like this was a mistake of a call here and there but more deliberate.We have to hand it to everyone on that field though,those we love and those we usually think that arent worthy of Inter,they were all MEN on a battlefield.

I cant describe all the emotional moments I had but JZ's passion and the way he went and jumped over Toldo was quite something.I mean this guy has seen more derbies than anyone,but his passion and drive just increase not to mention what he means to us,all of us.He practically took things in his own hands and dragged that midfield to defending our victory...

Special mention to the SPECIAL ONE.He did brilliantly too.If Sneijder was on there we would probably won easily...Mou got it right from the begining and despite the injustice was perfect in everything.

Everyone was superb i really dont know what to say after such an effort.An epic performance really from everyone.
 

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Secondly I was watching Controcampo Sneijder deserved to be sent off he walked all the way from the middle of the pitch, the ref tried to ignore him but Sneijder kept on and he got the red.
Toninu, that's a yellow man!!!

How many times, you've seen players arguing about a foul they commit. And what do they receive, when the ref doesn't like discussions ?

YELLOW

You don't get a straight red for something like that, that's insane!!!

Sneijder didn't offend this prick using any curse words or offensive gestures, which would explain the red card. Sarcastic clapping is not OFFENSIVE!!!

If he wanted to warn Sneijder for his behaviour, and NOT AGREEING with his decision (which is exactly what it was, Sneijder was not agreeing with the ref using sarcasm, but not something OFFENSIVE), he had every right to give him a yellow, and EVERYBODY here I've read AGREES WITH THAT.

BUT NOT A STRAIGHT RED FOR CHRIST SAKE!!!

...

Jose needs again a mention here, for his fantastic reaction :]

Have you seen something like that, from any coach in charge of a top team?

:star::star::star:

[youtube]DU_c3WMCWUc[/youtube]
 
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I smelled moggi shit of that ref last night

I knew he was a dud
 

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I remember occasions where sarcastic applause got red, I remember Beckham getting sent off for that once. But for his decision on Lucio, the ref deserved it :p
 

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Another for the collection:

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I remember occasions where sarcastic applause got red, I remember Beckham getting sent off for that once.
Hard for me to comment on something I didn't see happening.

Was it only the sarcastic clapping?

Was it straight red, not a second yellow?

How the press reacted, where they ok with it, or where they slamming the ref?

If it happend just like it happened yesterday, then the ref was as big of a morron as the one yesterday we witnessed.

And I expect him to be slammed by every english media there was.

Italian media is just too biased towards Inter to make it a big deal, but if it happened to Juve, or Milan in a game against us, there would be war against the "refs giving favours to us", and another "correct serie tables".

Count on it.

But for his decision on Lucio, the ref deserved it :p
What do you mean ?
 

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Jose needs again a mention here, for his fantastic reaction :]

Have you seen something like that, from any coach in charge of a top team?

:star::star::star:

[youtube]DU_c3WMCWUc[/youtube]

It made this match even more memorable. Jose was my MOM
 

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Hard for me to comment on something I didn't see happening.

Was it only the sarcastic clapping?

Was it straight red, not a second yellow?

How the press reacted, where they ok with it, or where they slamming the ref?

If it happend just like it happened yesterday, then the ref was as big of a morron as the one yesterday we witnessed.

And I expect him to be slammed by every english media there was.

Italian media is just too biased towards Inter to make it a big deal, but if it happened to Juve, or Milan in a game against us, there would be war against the "refs giving favours to us", and another "correct serie tables".

Count on it.


What do you mean ?

What I meant was that the referee deserved the sarcastic applause for that abysmal decision

Well Beckham's sending off was back when he was with Madrid, hmm after checking it was actually a second yellow for applauding the first yellow. It also happened to Rooney, hmm but still Sneijder shouldn't have gotten in the refs face like that even though I admire his passion.
 

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Jose about "The Idiot":

:star::star::star:

[youtube]LrLTdphcy5k[/youtube]
 
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