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This is from Popolo Giallo Rosso:

It is in Italian I know, but I will try to translate it later. Just look at the amount of games they either got helped or cheated in!:nono:

EMPOLI-INTER 0-2 E’ la seconda giornata
di campionato. E’ sabato primo settembre.
Sullo 0-0 Ayroldi non concede un rigore
ai toscani per una spinta in area su
Saudati. E il gol del raddoppio nerazzurro,
firmato Ibrahimovic, è viziato da un
netto fuorigioco.

INTER-CATANIA 2-0 Il 16 settembre 2007 è
Orsato a sbagliare. L’azione del vantaggio
nerazzurro (gol di Crespo) è infatti viziata
da un fallo di mano di Adriano.

LIVORNO-INTER 2-2Una settimana dopo la
svista di Orsato, il 23 settembre 2007, arriva
l’errore di Trefoloni. Sull’1-0 per la
squadra toscana, l’arbitro non concede un
rigore netto ai padroni di casa. Il fallo è di
Burdisso su Diamanti.

JUVENTUS-INTER 1-1 Il 4 novembre tocca
a Rocchi, chiamato a dirigere il Derby d’Italia.
Finisce 1-1, ma nei primi minuti di
partita, sullo 0-0, Del Piero viene cinturato
in area di rigore di Cordoba. E’ rigore
per tutti tranne che per l’arbitro.

INTER-ATALANTA 2-1 Non uno ma ben tre
gli errori di Banti, il 24 novembre. Il gol del
2-0 è irregolare: Cruz segna, ma prima
spinge Carrozzieri. Negato, poi, un rigore
netto all’Atalanta, per fallo di Maxwell su
Ferreira Pinto. Nel finale, viene espulso
Simone Inzaghi, ma il rosso è il frutto di
una simulazione del portiere interista Julio
Cesar, che finge di aver preso un colpo
dall’attaccante avversario.

FIORENTINA-INTER 0-2 Il 2 dicembre, il
giorno del primo spontaneo “terzo tempo”
sui campi da calcio italiani, Farina
convalida un gol irregolare. E’ quello di Jimenez,
al 10’ del primo tempo. La rete è da
annullare per un precedente fallo di Samuel
su Pazzini.

INTER-LAZIO 3-0 Tre giorni dopo la vittoria
al “Franchi”, l’Inter fa bottino pieno
con la Lazio. Peccato che il risultato si
sblocchi grazie a un rigore inventato: Burdisso
e Stendardo si strattonano a vicenda,
l’assistente De Santis segnala il penalty,
l’arbitro Damato lo assegna.

INTER-TORINO 4-0 Il 9 dicembre la riedi
riedizione di quanto visto in Inter-Lazio. Il vantaggio
nerazzurro arriva grazie a un rigore
che non c’è, per presunto fallo di Comotto.
L’arbitro della gara è Saccani.

INTER-MILAN 2-1 Neanche il derby di Milano,
giocato il 23 dicembre, fila via senza
sviste pro Inter. Sul punteggio di 1-0 per il
Milan, infatti, Morganti nega un rigore ai
rossoneri per un fallo netto di Cambiasso
su Kakà.

SIENA-INTER 2-3 Il 13 gennaio 2008, doppio
errore di Girardi. Sullo 0-0 viene concesso
un rigore ai nerazzurri per un fallo
inesistente su Cruz. Anzi, è l’argentino a
commettere un’irregolarità nei confronti
di Codrea. Non concesso, invece, un penalty
al Siena per un fallo su Locatelli.

INTER-PARMA 3-2E’ una delle gare che suscita
maggiori polemiche. L’arbitro Gervasoni
non concede un rigore al Parma per
un fallo di Cordoba su Corradi. Poi, sul 2-
1 per i gialloblù, dà un penalty inesistente
all’Inter: Couto, nel tentativo di deviare un
tiro di Ibrahimovic, tocca il pallone con la
testa e forse lo sfiora con la mano, peraltro
involontariamente. Il difensore viene anche
espulso. Collina, designatore degli arbitri,
parla di errore e punisce Gervasoni.

INTER-EMPOLI 1-0 Febbraio si apre con un
nuovo clamoroso errore pro Inter, simile
e allo stesso tempo ancor più grossolano
di quello visto nella sfida con il Parma. Sullo
0-0 Tagliavento concede un rigore ai nerazzurri
per un inesistente fallo di mano
di Vannucchi. L’empolese, in realtà, colpisce
il pallone con il volto. «E se ci fosse stato
un intervento di mano – chiarisce Collina
– sarebbe comunque stato involontario,
vista la breve distanza».

CATANIA-INTER 0-2 Il 10 febbraio protagonista
in negativo è di nuovo Farina, che,
anche per colpa del suo assistente, convalida
il gol dell’1-0 dell’Inter nonostante il
netto fuorigioco di Cambiasso. Dopo i cori
ironici dei tifosi catanesi, l’arbitro lascia
il campo senza fare il terzo tempo.

ROMA-INTER 1-1 Dulcis in fundo, la partita
tra le prime due della classe. Storia recente.
Due episodi su tutti. Al 22’ del secondo
tempo Rosetti grazia Burdisso, già
ammonito: il suo duro intervento su Taddei
merita almeno il secondo giallo. Al 38’
della ripresa l’ingiusta espulsione di
Mexes, per un inesistente intervento su
Crespo.
 

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If he/you could actually prove these things by photographic/video evidence, rather than simply making a list that he could have pulled out of his ass, that'd be nice.

You lot are starting to sound like Juve this season (ironic that Totti a few days ago made fun of them complaining about referee errors and now has turned around and started complaining himself).

Fact is, if you had taken advantage of 25 minutes of numerical supremacy and, let's face it, a 2nd string Inter defence, as well as an injury-laden midfield, you would be celebrating a great victory that would have re-opened the scudetto race. But all you could muster was a few long range shots and one good chance from Aquilani, who proceeded to shoot it right at Julio Cesar.
 

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If he/you could actually prove these things by photographic/video evidence, rather than simply making a list that he could have pulled out of his ass, that'd be nice.
These of us who follow Serie A know the episodes. You don't even watch their games so that is why you request the videos.

You lot are starting to sound like Juve this season (ironic that Totti a few days ago made fun of them complaining about referee errors and now has turned around and started complaining himself).
You tell me I made things up when you just made THIS up. Seriously... if you are gonna come back... do it smart. Don't tell people they make things up when facts prove you different and don't make up shit.

Fact is, if you had taken advantage of 25 minutes of numerical supremacy and, let's face it, a 2nd string Inter defence, as well as an injury-laden midfield, you would be celebrating a great victory that would have re-opened the scudetto race. But all you could muster was a few long range shots and one good chance from Aquilani, who proceeded to shoot it right at Julio Cesar.
This is not another Inter Roma thread... so stop bitching.
 

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These of us who follow Serie A know the episodes. You don't even watch their games so that is why you request the videos.

You tell me I made things up when you just made THIS up. Seriously... if you are gonna come back... do it smart. Don't tell people they make things up when facts prove you different and don't make up shit.

This is not another Inter Roma thread... so stop bitching.
Are you on crack? I've watched every Inter game this season. What, do you have some big dossier at home while you watch every Inter game and mark down every call that goes our way? Please. Just because this one journalist is claiming such and such was offside or this shouldn't have counted, doesn't make it so.

What did I make up? Go to goal.com, when Juve sent their letter complaining Totti made fun of them. Then after the Inter-Roma match he said :

"If it wasn't a foul, then they had a big help," declared the Roma forward soon after the final whistle.

"Is the title race is over? It never started," concluded Totti, hinting at the referee mistakes which have favoured Inter this season.
 

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This reporter had to be sure of what he was writing, he can't make up things everyone saw, that is why all of them did occur. You are just pissed because you KNOW your team cheated and you are with lame ass excuses trying to make it seem its someone making shit up. Sorry buddy, accept the facts.

And that last part shows me you are just not bright.
Totti said that its funny Juve out of all teams complained since they are known to be thieves. He never said the Campionato was faultless. You need a brain and some facts and figures son... I provided them... where you at? PWNED! :finger:
 

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This reporter had to be sure of what he was writing, he can't make up things everyone saw, that is why all of them did occur. You are just pissed because you KNOW your team cheated and you are with lame ass excuses trying to make it seem its someone making shit up. Sorry buddy, accept the facts.

And that last part shows me you are just not bright.
Totti said that its funny Juve out of all teams complained since they are known to be thieves. He never said the Campionato was faultless. You need a brain and some facts and figures son... I provided them... where you at? PWNED! :finger:
LOL what planet are you from? Italian journalists? Are you kidding me??
So that 'alternate' Serie A table published by Gazzetta was 100% accurate? :dielaugh:

I'm pissed because my team cheated? That's what you inferred? You have the deduction skills of roadkill. I never said we weren't getting some favoured calls. Your team has gotten them too. Hell every team, from the bottom of the table on up gets them (ie Reggina was spared two blatantly obvious handballs that should have been penalties for Juve - omg Reggina are cheating! They're the masterminds behind everything :googly:)

But there's quite a difference between getting favored calls to a club actually cheating. And you've presented no evidence, not even remotely, of cheating.
 

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Please continue, this is fun.
 

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There was definitely contact. It does look very weak tho. Anyway, referees do not get to watch replays and have to make split second decisions. The "foul" looks a lot harder without the help of replay and slow motion.
The ref made a mistake, but that doesn't mean inter is cheating. Please stop the accusations.
 

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OK, this will be the thread for discussions about Inter receiving help from the refs, Conspiracies involving Inter, etc. I am tired of this discussed in our match threads all the time (except Inter - Roma match thread, of course, where it's not offtopic).

Roma 2 2 Juventus . the throw in belonged to us.the ref reverses the throw in to juve's favor(cicinho didnt do foul throw)..and chiellini's leg passes the line(foul throw)..no call from the ref.
Of course you forgot to mention one of our goals was offside.
 

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This is our scudetto.
Really? Because I see Inter at the top of the table with a comfortable lead over Roma. My eyes must need checkups.

I seem to remember a 4-1 win away in Rome as well.

If it's any consolation, you're winning what really matters. The official unofficial Scudetto. That's what players really strive for.

:thmbup: Congrats!
 

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I refuse to believe Inter are cheats. They are just sh!t and have relied on refs too often this season. When a decision goes against them like against liverpool they get owned.
 

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I actually believe Inter is better than us, but is still getting all the calls, which is BS. Is Inter cheating? I don't know, but why should they get all the calls when they already have all the best players and the most money? Italy must allow Inter to win on its own. It probably could. But now thanks to inept and corrupt calls, the scudetto is tainted. Again. :frownani:
 

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I'm pissed because my team cheated? That's what you inferred? You have the deduction skills of roadkill. I never said we weren't getting some favoured calls. Your team has gotten them too. Hell every team, from the bottom of the table on up gets them (ie Reggina was spared two blatantly obvious handballs that should have been penalties for Juve - omg Reggina are cheating! They're the masterminds behind everything :googly:)

But there's quite a difference between getting favored calls to a club actually cheating. And you've presented no evidence, not even remotely, of cheating.
Indeed saying cheating is knee-jerk reaction, those saying it are deliberately exaggerating, just ignorant or joking. Mostly its exaggerating, a way to say Inter are being helped by the favourable calls, which you are as we seen them. But pretty silly to jump to the hail mary conclusions of cheating or whatever melodramatic way to put it.

But your bolded part, everyone gets mistakes in their favour. But the problem is, for whatever reason, Inter is defenitely and easily getting the biggiest lion share of favourable calls.

Doesnt mean its not bullshit though to say this and this team would win the scudetti due to this calls (Neither Roma or Juve are scudetti material, even if Roma are challenge worthy). Inter would win anyway, and are the strongest by far (you arent undefeated because you get calls every game). But its very unfortunate these calls influence too many games, because th other teams would be some points closer to you if it werent for the calls.
 

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Indeed saying cheating is knee-jerk reaction, those saying it are deliberately exaggerating, just ignorant or joking. Mostly its exaggerating, a way to say Inter are being helped by the favourable calls, which you are as we seen them. But pretty silly to jump to the hail mary conclusions of cheating or whatever melodramatic way to put it.

But your bolded part, everyone gets mistakes in their favour. But the problem is, for whatever reason, Inter is defenitely and easily getting the biggiest lion share of favourable calls.

Doesnt mean its not bullshit though to say this and this team would win the scudetti due to this calls (Neither Roma or Juve are scudetti material, even if Roma are challenge worthy). Inter would win anyway, and are the strongest by far (you arent undefeated because you get calls every game). But its very unfortunate these calls influence too many games, because th other teams would be some points closer to you if it werent for the calls.
I think that's up for debate. I think our favorable calls get shown on every highlight reel and written about in every newspaper. Meanwhile, for all I know Reggina or Empoli or whoever could be getting more calls than us, but those barely get any mention (or, even more laughably, when those teams are playing against one of the bigger clubs and get a favorable call, it's Inter who's behind it:wallbang:
 

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All you Interisti are seriously slow. I am not here to show proof that you cheated, I am here to show you when you got helped. I have no proof that you bribed the referee or the Lega Calcio, I am here to show you when you got helped and its not once or twice as you can see.
 
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