Italian Serie A 2015/2016

Scudetto winner?


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Dani Alves to juve is the latest rumour
 

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That rumour might have legs. I think he'd be a good player for them to interchange with Lichtsteiner. Whereas I think the Mascherano rumour is just BS
 

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That rumour might have legs. I think he'd be a good player for them to interchange with Lichtsteiner. Whereas I think the Mascherano rumour is just BS

I don't see Juve bringing in a 33 year old brazilian, just doesn't seem like them.

Then again, they did sign Lucio..so who knows.
 

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Juve have no problem with signing older players if it's a free transfer. Llorente, Pirlo etc
 

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they did sign a 33 year old evra who was still on contract at united. technically barzagli was still on contract at wolfsburg too.

the mascherano rumour claims that juve want to make a sizeable increase on his salary at barca, which stands at 6 mill after taxes. it's horseshit. if juve are signing cuadrado, i don't think it's probable they're signing another rightback (unless allegri plans on changing his tactics). at the same time, they've been heavily linked with de sciglio and vrsaljko. fuck the transfer market media shitshow.

anyways, bit of a late comment, but i sympathize with carpi even though my brain tells me not to (any team incapable of acquiring and/or supporting crowds of at least 20 thousand is a long term liability to the league's growth). but only judging their performances, they were a serie a team in the second half of the season. only seven losses since january which is fucking impressive with their players. had they not sacked castori in november, and had castori placed faith in his core from serie b earlier on, i see them finishing comfortably midtable.
 

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Juve have no problem with signing older players if it's a free transfer. Llorente, Pirlo etc

Inter have no problem with paying a few millions for Melo who they could have gotten free few weeks earlier.
 

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i was going to say, dont forget evra who has been good for them
 

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He was also bad at Serbia.

Although I wouldn't call his Milan stint bad. I'd say average. He improved the team in certain areas, but really struggled against teams they should have beaten.
 

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did someone already post it?

http://www.milannight.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Bilancio-Consolidato-AC-Milan-2015.pdf
http://www.milannight.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Bilancio-Esercizio-AC-Milan-2015.pdf

AC Milan 2015 bilancio (balance sheets) I definitely sure UEFA would sanction Milan for next European qualifying, IF THEY CAN EVEN QUALIFY DOMESTICALLY

Milan just simply broke, now just finding another sugar daddy

100m losses a season and a shitty team!
they will take years to go anywhere unless they are extremely lucky in discovering talents
 

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Maybe not. Rumours have it that their Chinese investors want to build a stadium asap, and by bet is that they'll have artificially inflated sponsorship deals to get around FFP
 

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No, but they could build a new stadium, and then get naming rights for that new stadium.
 

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ffp doesn't even know what is a fair price, only way to stop this evasion is to forbid owners from sponsoring own clubs
 

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No, but they could build a new stadium, and then get naming rights for that new stadium.

Naming rights when the stadium is finished (after a few years) and even then not 100m a year
 

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Serie A 'Italian' reform
Starting from next season Serie A will require squads to include four youth team players and four players with Italian experience.

The reform introduced by the Italian federation is modelled after a UEFA regulation that defines which players are eligible for European cups.

The reform had already been introduced last year, but the previous season was considered to be transitional, and its rules did not apply. The Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the norm will come into full effect for the 2016/17 campaign, when all Serie A teams must present squad lists inclusive of eight players with a background in Italy.

Specifically, every team must include four players who spent at least three years, between the ages of 16 and 21, with the club's youth team, and another four players who must have spent three years with any Italian club before reaching the age of 21. Both these categories may include foreigners, though in practice the vast majority of these players are likely to be Italian.

Players who are still below the age of 21 can be used freely, without being indicated in any of the lists.


The reform is aimed at increasing the number of Italian and domestically formed players in Serie A.

While the federation's move is likely to prove popular among the fans, it places many clubs in a difficult situation with regards to the transfer market, and has already been the object of some criticism.

“Italian football is not prepared for this rule,” said Juventus sporting director Beppe Marotta, as reported by the Gazzetta. “It would have been best to adopt some remedies first, and then action the reform.

“The squad has to be reduced, penalising players that are useful over the economy of a season, especially for a team like Juventus, that has to play in three tournaments and more than 50 games.”
Very stupid & shortsighted by FIGC.
 

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Very stupid & shortsighted by FIGC.

The FIGC has been very stupid & short-sighted in just about everything they've done for quite a number of years...
 

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Well, it is the same rule as Uefa has.
 

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Harmful policy. And the moment for it is especially bad for Serie A.
 
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