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    I knew you would mention that.

    &^%$ you Arsenal, its players and the club. :!(



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    Originally posted by Craig
    [b[&^%$ you Arsenal, its players and the club.



    *$%^*@# &^%# you ^&*% Thierry Henry, #&^% you Arsenal. [/b]
    Originally posted by marc71178
    What a well thought-out balanced opinion.
    Sorry for stealing marc's post, but it fit in here. Inter were beaten fair and square (OK, I only watched the last 30 minutes, but they didn't have a chance)
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    Re: Anyone follow the Serie A?

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    Inter smashed Reggina 6-0 and we will smash Arsenal again at the San Siro. And this time we have Vieri back

    Arsenal's poor defenders will cost them again.
    I love it when this happens
    Or something.

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    So will you rub it in now?


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    Yay go us! Great win and good to see Ljungberg hit goal scoring form. he scored in the premier league too so its all godd..

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    Originally posted by Craig
    So will you rub it in now?
    We feel duty bound to!
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    Originally posted by Mr. Ponting
    Yay go us! Great win and good to see Ljungberg hit goal scoring form. he scored in the premier league too so its all godd..
    Dont you mean its all good? or do you mean something else?

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    hey craig, i noticed you called Inter's ground the San Siro, i thought only AC fans called it the San Siro. Or maybe ive got it the wrong way around, either way can someone remind me which way is right..........

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    Simple: AC ilan and Inter both share the same ground.

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    Yes i know that, my understanding is that Inter fans call it its proper name (cant remember what that is) and AC fans call it the San Siro......

    im not big on Italian football, im more into england and holland.

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    As I dont know Italian, I cant help you, but I will find out.

    Also if you follow a league that has an over-rated sook, then the Srie A and AC Milan are for you.

    The man I am talking about is Rivaldo.

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    I hope Rivaldo comes to play for liverpool, i think he will do quite well in the premiership, Liverpool really need another star to go with kewell, owen and gerrard if they want to challenge for the title in the next few seasons.

    If i had to choose a Serie A side to support it would probably be Parma cause Marco Bresciano plays for them.

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    You are supporting quite a good club in Parma. They would probably challenge many a EPL team and probably would do well there.

    BTW at Inter we have two members of the Australian u-20 team in our youth team.

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    I hope Rivaldo comes to play for liverpool, i think he will do quite well in the premiership, Liverpool really need another star to go with kewell, owen and gerrard if they want to challenge for the title in the next few seasons.
    Rivaldo wouldn't fit into the side with Kewell there already IMO. I also don't see what he would add to the team.

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