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From: Bob on 16 Apr 2010 13:05
Marc Bonaldo wrote:
> I read Italian newspapers all the time and I've read the one and only
> press release Juve has issued on the subject. There's plenty of
> analyses on the whole topic and goal.com is hardly a reliable source.
> Are you really such a joke?
Please, don't feed the openly racist troll. Thank you.
From: Starcade on 16 Apr 2010 20:36
I think 200 million is actually a reasonable figure, depending on the
But this is football in Italy at it's "finest". Why FIFA hasn't
stepped in on the whole demimonde, I have no clue.
From: Lord of War on 19 Apr 2010 17:01
On Apr 16, 8:36 pm, Starcade <darkstar7...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I think 200 million is actually a reasonable figure, depending on the
> But this is football in Italy at it's "finest". Why FIFA hasn't
> stepped in on the whole demimonde, I have no clue.
Why should FIFA step in???? Unlke Spain and Portugal who have swept
their scandals under the rugs Italy has taken them on full swing. FIFA
has no say in Italy and if that swiss fuckj Blatter tries we will cut
his tongue out abd feed it to him,