The time has come. :fero:
I absolutely hate this club more than almost anything on the planet, and alot of its supporters aren't much better. Let's knock their asses down a beg or two.:boxing:
Juve ti odio, sei il ladro di calcio.
We haven't lost in five games, and in that time we've scored 10 goals and kept two clean sheets. Stellone and Di Michele are gaining their form. Our new signings are proving worthwhile, and now its time to put them to the ultimate test.
Rubin, Dellafiore, Oguro, and Bjelanovic are injured and Motta is suspended, but we can still field a strong lineup. Gazzetta projects:
I know Di Michele had a poor start, but he's scored three goals off the bench in the past month, I think it would be wise to start him alongside Stellone since they are both in form. Rosina for me hasn't been doing spectacularly, he showed his selfish side alot today versus Parma. If he starts up front he will drop slightly behind Stellone like he also did today. I'd rather see him on the wing instead of Lazetic. For our defense, its the best we can do with injuries, but despite today's showing I still have confidence in them. I don't really know what's been going on with Barone, but from what I saw of Corini today he might merit a start instead of Zanetti. Diana on the right wing is an obvious choice IMO, he's proven to be a great signing so far.
As for the cünts, they have a fairly long injury list. Iaquinta and Trezeguet missed today, but I think Trez will be back since he just had a fever. I don't exactly know about the rest of Juve's injury situation, but Buffon, Andrade, Marchionni, and Zebina were also all out during the Reggina game, with Nocerino suspended. He will be back from suspension, but Cristiano Zanetti will be suspended after being showed a red after the whistle today.
Cuore Granata. roud:
Juventino pezzo di merda! Chi non salta e' bianconero!!!
FORZA TORO I RE DI TORINO!!!
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