Italian Serie A 2022/2023

Who wins the Scudetto?


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Inter seems to have put Juve hex behind them, that's excellent. Unfortunately, with all the crap about who stays or goes at Inter being fluid at the moment, I'll wait until August ....l
 

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Juve starts at -10 for having bonucci as captain. A whole lot will depend if pogba can actually stay fit, his fitness record is worse then dybala in the last 3 years.
 

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So Lecce, Cremonese, and Monza are the teams promoted to Serie A . Only know of Lecce but these small teams will most likely get thrashed next season. Besides Lecce do the other 2 even have a substantial fanbase?
 

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So Lecce, Cremonese, and Monza are the teams promoted to Serie A . Only know of Lecce but these small teams will most likely get thrashed next season. Besides Lecce do the other 2 even have a substantial fanbase?
No. Lecce is great to have back, because they have better attendance records than some Serie A clubs. Pisa would have been much better to the league in that regard than Monza.
 

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monza has bettella i think, may he rise to be the next great defender after returning to INTER
 

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No. Lecce is great to have back, because they have better attendance records than some Serie A clubs. Pisa would have been much better to the league in that regard than Monza.
In their previous season in Serie A, Lecce had the 7th highest average attendance I believe - behind only the traditional big clubs. Great to have them back.
 

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So Lecce, Cremonese, and Monza are the teams promoted to Serie A . Only know of Lecce but these small teams will most likely get thrashed next season. Besides Lecce do the other 2 even have a substantial fanbase?
Cremonese have a small stadium but they fill it. 7490 seater with an average of 4183. 10th in serie b for average attendance.
Monza are disappointing. 18 568 seater but only averages 4012. 12th in serie b.

Lecce have a 31 559 seater with a average of 10 205. First in serie b.
 

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So Lecce, Cremonese, and Monza are the teams promoted to Serie A . Only know of Lecce but these small teams will most likely get thrashed next season. Besides Lecce do the other 2 even have a substantial fanbase?
Cremonese is decent enough but small stadium, Monza doesn't have much but maybe people will flock.

Meanwhile Salernitana is in Serie A top 10 in attendance.
 

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What happened to that qatari fund, they v been linked?

I mean right now they are in much better position then we are in terms of ownership, but It's still not fuck you money like we all thought it would be a couple of weeks ago. Americans are never doing business that way.
 

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I'd be happy with that too. Better than what we have right now.
 

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What happened to that qatari fund, they v been linked?

I mean right now they are in much better position then we are in terms of ownership, but It's still not fuck you money like we all thought it would be a couple of weeks ago. Americans are never doing business that way.
Americans offered more guaranteed money to Elliott.
 

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What happened to that qatari fund, they v been linked?

I mean right now they are in much better position then we are in terms of ownership, but It's still not fuck you money like we all thought it would be a couple of weeks ago. Americans are never doing business that way.
Elliot wanted extra bonuses up to hundreds of millions depending on future growth. Investcorp said no. Americans agreed with it.
 

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So RedBird is loaning 300m€ from JP Morgan and 600m€ from Elliott itself. They put only 300m€ their own money in.

It's reported the 600m€ loan from Elliott has 15% interest rate. That is a sick money making machine for Elliott. Dunno what is RedBird's plan but given that interest rate, I don't see how it's gonna work. Maybe the numbers are wrong. 15% out of 600m is 90m annually.

Can't see too much spending by Milan in the mercatos.
 
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