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Milan: Galliani "Spero di evitare derby"
Gio 17 Mar, 4:17 PM

Alla vigilia del sorteggio dei quarti di Champions, il vicepresidente del Milan Galliani ha le idee chiare su chi non vorrebbe incontrare: "Mi auguro di tutto cuore di non incontrare le italiane, soprattutto l`Inter perché per me, per noi che viviamo a Milano, sarebbe un vero inferno - ha detto - La settimana del derby di Champions 2003 è stata la peggiore".


In brief: "I just hope that in tomorrows draw we'll avoid Italian teams, especially Inter. For us that live in Milano it would feel like being in hell" "I still have in mind the 2003 CL week, nerve wrecking"



I agree with Zio Fester :stress:
 

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Been a while since Inter defeated us so it would be good to avoid them in all honesty. Then again if we draw them then the worst we can expect is a draw. :D
 

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Ma Milano siamo noi ;)

I wouldnt mind them, though I am more excited by international matchups rather than all Italian matches.

If there is a team I'd like to avoid, it'd be Chelski. I also consider Bayern more unpleasant than the Italians.
 

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I'd prefer the Italian teams to avoid knocking each other out. I'd like Milan to knock out Liverpool out of several reasons, amongst them being some Liverpool fans that were really mean to the Man U fans when MU was eliminated.

I wouldn't mind Juve though.. it'll give Sheva a chance do what he did to Roma last season- the Serie A and Coppa victories against them affected their game in Serie A.
 

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Psycho said:
Ma Milano siamo noi ;)

I wouldnt mind them, though I am more excited by international matchups rather than all Italian matches.

If there is a team I'd like to avoid, it'd be Chelski. I also consider Bayern more unpleasant than the Italians.
So as I understand, basically you disagree with Zio Fester :eekani:

P.S. Ariedo Braida agrees with Vampirone too :stress:
 

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I have to agree with Galliani for various reasons. Many of their players are hacks who think defending is chopping attackers down which could result in long term injuries keeping our players out in the next round. The derby matches are always tight and anything can happen especially with Inter who is the most inconsistent team ..you never know when they will come out to play or decide to sleep through match. Same for their players. Milano the city must also be hellish during that week. That said I would love to play Inter in the final … we beat them every which way (comebacks, wide margins, goal ‘out of the blue’) why not let the slogan “non vincete mai” be carried on to Europe :D
 

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I have to agree with Galliani for various reasons. Many of their players are hacks who think defending is chopping attackers down which could result in long term injuries keeping our players out in the next round. The derby matches are always tight and anything can happen especially with Inter who is the most inconsistent team ..you never know when they will come out to play or decide to sleep through match. Same for their players. Milano the city must also be hellish during that week. That said I would love to play Inter in the final … we beat them every which way (comebacks, wide margins, goal ‘out of the blue’) why not let the slogan “non vincete mai” be carried on to Europe :D
It's happened once already ;)


Anyway, as said, I agree 100% with Zio Fester :stuckup:
 

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Diavolo said:
It's happened once already ;)


Anyway, as said, I agree 100% with Zio Fester :stuckup:
As the old proverb/saying goes:

History is a repetition of events...:smileani::lala: :stuckup::devil:

Cheers.;)
 

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I say feck it. Let's just draw Chelsea so we can all breathe a sigh of relief at not drawing our Cugini. :D
 

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Yes, Luciano, I disagree with Galliani... as much as I disagree with him regarding Esajas becoming our new star midfielder :tongue:

I wonder what motivation Glen got to vote for "disagree with Galliani" :tongue:
 

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Psycho said:
I wonder what motivation Glen got to vote for "disagree with Galliani" :tongue:
No need to wonder.

The best draw for Juve would be a quarter final derby. Milan will get all distracted with those two clashes and may lose some precious points in the title race. Not to mention that a euro derby means that Juve won't get to face an Italian outfit, yet.

Here ya go. ;)
 

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Nerazzurri4life said:
No need to wonder.

The best draw for Juve would be a quarter final derby. Milan will get all distracted with those two clashes and may lose some precious points in the title race. Not to mention that a euro derby means that Juve won't get to face an Italian outfit, yet.

Here ya go. ;)
:thumbsup:

Where's the wisdom smiley when you need one!
 

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Diavolo said:
Milan: Galliani "Spero di evitare derby"
Gio 17 Mar, 4:17 PM

Alla vigilia del sorteggio dei quarti di Champions, il vicepresidente del Milan Galliani ha le idee chiare su chi non vorrebbe incontrare: "Mi auguro di tutto cuore di non incontrare le italiane, soprattutto l`Inter perché per me, per noi che viviamo a Milano, sarebbe un vero inferno - ha detto - La settimana del derby di Champions 2003 è stata la peggiore".


In brief: "I just hope that in tomorrows draw we'll avoid Italian teams, especially Inter. For us that live in Milano it would feel like being in hell" "I still have in mind the 2003 CL week, nerve wrecking"



I agree with Zio Fester :stress:

Zio Fester please do shut up. You don't know the meaning of nerve-wracking. I almost committed suicide after the derby loss. So don't talk to us about nerve-wracking. And yes I'm seroius.
 

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Pulsar36 said:
I almost committed suicide after the derby loss.

:eekani:

wackooooooooooooooooo :)
 

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Psycho said:
Yes, Luciano, I disagree with Galliani... as much as I disagree with him regarding Esajas becoming our new star midfielder :tongue:
The Esajas affair deserves a thread of it's own :stuckup:

You also disagree with Ariedo Braida then? :stuckup:
 

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San Siro said:
As the old proverb/saying goes:

History is a repetition of events...:smileani::lala: :stuckup::devil:

Cheers.;)
Or as good old Prince :shades: that devoted a song itself to the issue ;)

Prince "Joy In Repetition"

He like to frequent this club down up on San Siro :star:
Pimps and thangs like 2 hang outside and cuss for kicks
Talking 2 no one in particular, they say the baddest I am tonight
5 letter words are seldom heard with such dignity and bite (Milan, Milan) :heart: :proud: :heart: .
All the poets and the part time singers always hang inside
live music from a band plays a song called "Non vincete mai" :D .
The song's 17 years long and had been playing for ages ;) when he
walked into the place.
No one seemed to care, an introverted this-is-it look on most of their faces.
Up on the mic repeating 3 words, over and over again
was this deamon :devil: he had never noticed before he lost himself in the
articulated manner in which he said them.
These 3 words, a little bit behind the beat.
I mean just enough 2 turn u on.
4 everytime he said the words another one of his doubts were gone.
Should he try 2 rap with him? Should he stand and stare?
No one else was watching him, he didn't seem 2 care.
So over and over, he said the words til they could take no more ;) , (no more)
he dragged him from the stage and together they ran through Inter defence (Seedorf to Sheva ;) )
In the alley over by the curb he said tell me what's your name (Toldo looking at Sheva :eek: )
He only said the I'm going to score now again ;) and it started to rain (rain, rain, rain) :eek:
2 words falling between the drops and the moans of his condition
holding someone is truly believing there's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
He said love me, love me, what he say?
He say love me, love me.
Joy, why don't u love me baby, joy, why can't u love me baby
joy, come on and love me baby, joy in repetition
Alright, joy in repetition,
Alright, joy in repetition,
Alright, joy in repetition,
Alright, joy, all my wishes add up to one
Love me, joy, Love me, joy, Love me, joy
Love me, Love me, joy, joy, joy in repetition
joy, joy in repetition,
joy, joy (love me) in repetition,
Love me, love, joy, joy, joy in repetition
joy, and I'm gonna say it again, joy, joy, and I'm gonna say it again,
joy, I'd like 2 go way up high and say, Love me, joy
I'll say Love me, joy
Joy, joy in repetition, joy in repetition
There's joy in repetition



P.S. Still, I prefer no derby :stuckup:
 

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Lav said:
:eekani:

wackooooooooooooooooo :)
Ok maybe i'm exaggerating but i cried definitely

i vowed never to watch football again

i was in my friend's room
and it was there

we were lsoing
and i was so sad

and its a pity
cuz God hates us
 

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Diavolo said:
Or as good old Prince :shades: that devoted a song itself to the issue ;)

Prince "Joy In Repetition"

He like to frequent this club down up on San Siro :star:
Pimps and thangs like 2 hang outside and cuss for kicks
Talking 2 no one in particular, they say the baddest I am tonight
5 letter words are seldom heard with such dignity and bite (Milan, Milan) :heart: :proud: :heart: .
All the poets and the part time singers always hang inside
live music from a band plays a song called "Non vincete mai" :D .
The song's 17 years long and had been playing for ages ;) when he
walked into the place.
No one seemed to care, an introverted this-is-it look on most of their faces.
Up on the mic repeating 3 words, over and over again
was this deamon :devil: he had never noticed before he lost himself in the
articulated manner in which he said them.
These 3 words, a little bit behind the beat.
I mean just enough 2 turn u on.
4 everytime he said the words another one of his doubts were gone.
Should he try 2 rap with him? Should he stand and stare?
No one else was watching him, he didn't seem 2 care.
So over and over, he said the words til they could take no more ;) , (no more)
he dragged him from the stage and together they ran through Inter defence (Seedorf to Sheva ;) )
In the alley over by the curb he said tell me what's your name (Toldo looking at Sheva :eek: )
He only said the I'm going to score now again ;) and it started to rain (rain, rain, rain) :eek:
2 words falling between the drops and the moans of his condition
holding someone is truly believing there's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
There's joy in repetition.
He said love me, love me, what he say?
He say love me, love me.
Joy, why don't u love me baby, joy, why can't u love me baby
joy, come on and love me baby, joy in repetition
Alright, joy in repetition,
Alright, joy in repetition,
Alright, joy in repetition,
Alright, joy, all my wishes add up to one
Love me, joy, Love me, joy, Love me, joy
Love me, Love me, joy, joy, joy in repetition
joy, joy in repetition,
joy, joy (love me) in repetition,
Love me, love, joy, joy, joy in repetition
joy, and I'm gonna say it again, joy, joy, and I'm gonna say it again,
joy, I'd like 2 go way up high and say, Love me, joy
I'll say Love me, joy
Joy, joy in repetition, joy in repetition
There's joy in repetition



P.S. Still, I prefer no derby :stuckup:
Presidente,
The San Siro being the Scala del Calcio has witness some truly unforgettable moments, moments that changed the course of History and gave a new meaning to football and life in general.

This forum, being the best of Xtratime, has seen some outstanding posts, but the above-quoted one takes the Pulitzer award of them all!:stuckup::thmbup: :star::star: :shades:

Reading that magnificiently sublime post, I felt the same way as when I witnessed the :heart: Divine Swan :heart: defy for the xth time, the laws of Gravity and Newton alltogether to score that breathe-taking bycicle kick against Ravanelli, in that (already) far away (but never to be forgotten by the Brotherhood nor by the collective memory!:stuckup: ) October 1992.

In one word: CHAPEAU!!!! :shades::cool: :thmbup::star: :stuckup::devil:

Cheers.;)

P.S. Who sings that fabulous song btw? :curious: :thmbup::star:
 

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Pulsar36 said:
Ok maybe i'm exaggerating but i cried definitely

i vowed never to watch football again

i was in my friend's room
and it was there

we were lsoing
and i was so sad

and its a pity
cuz God hates us
Not wanting to get religious but wouldn't God be more opposed to il Diavolo winning the derby? ;) :D
 

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I agree with Zio Fester for two reasons,


1. I prefer to watch cross-country matches rather than Milan-Inter or Milan-Juventus again. Most of the time these kinds of matches go to very tactical and cautious.

2. leave our cugini for Bayern and Juve-Chelski would be a cracker.

Just reserve Liverpool for us. As I have said before, Liverpool is a team with great history(Milan-Liverpool would be the clash of two titans in Europe), that will make our player concentrated. however, Liverpool is undergoing transition period and won't pose serious threat on us IMO. After a tough draw with ManUtd I'd like to avoid the toughest draws.
 
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