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Serie A Matchday 4

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Saturday 16th September, 2017
Crotone vs Inter Milan, 14.00
Fiorentina vs Bologna, 17.00
Roma vs Hellas Verona, 19.45

Sunday 17th September, 2017
Sassuolo vs Juventus, 11.30
AC Milan vs Udinese, 14.00
Napoli vs Benevento, 14.00
SPAL vs Cagliari, 14.00
Torino vs Sampdoria, 14.00
Chievo vs Atalanta, 17.00
Genoa vs Lazio, 19.45

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Not very interesting weekend. All the big teams playing with weaklings. Where are the derbies?!

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Most boring game ever but Skriniar somehow managed to score even with six crotone players surrounding him.

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and another goal by Perisic! Peri helps Inter in every game, contrarily to Candreva who does NOTHING in every game.

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Expect Roma to hammer Verona. Dzeko with a couple no doubt. 

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I don't know why Roma aren't playing in their normal home kit but I do really like the black kit they're playing in. 

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19 minutes ago, Stan said:

Expect Roma to hammer Verona. Dzeko with a couple no doubt. 

Expect Verona to hammer Roma. Lee Seung Woo with a couple no doubt.

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lovely move from Roma finished off by Nainngolan. 1-0. 

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Florenzi does well on the right wing to set up Dzeko who's unmarked in the 6-yard box to nod in. Easy for Roma so far. 2-0.

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Dzeko gets his 2nd. 

Game over. 3-0. Verona have barely done anything to challenge today. 

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Good to see Florenzi back in action. Roma could be the strongest team in Italy if they still had Salah, Rudiger, Marquinhos, Paredes, Pjanic etc but they will always be stuck in mediocrity. This season I expect them to finish below the top 5.

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3 minutes ago, Dalmore said:

Good to see Florenzi back in action. Roma could be the strongest team in Italy if they still had Salah, Rudiger, Marquinhos, Paredes, Pjanic etc but they will always be stuck in mediocrity. This season I expect them to finish below the top 5.

Who's your other 4? Juve, Napoli, Milan clubs?

Florenzi was one of the best yesterday. Linked up well with attacks and helped out the defence where necessary too. 

Roma are like Liverpool/Arsenal in that sense - there are bigger clubs in the division who will finish above them, but they're not that bad that they'll drop out of the usual cluster of clubs seen at the top. 

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Dybala's just scored a beautiful curled shot from outside the box. Keeper didn't even move. 

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2 hours ago, Stan said:

Who's your other 4? Juve, Napoli, Milan clubs?

Florenzi was one of the best yesterday. Linked up well with attacks and helped out the defence where necessary too. 

Roma are like Liverpool/Arsenal in that sense - there are bigger clubs in the division who will finish above them, but they're not that bad that they'll drop out of the usual cluster of clubs seen at the top. 

Florenzi's my favorite right back not just from Italy but from the whole football world. (but my all time fav RB will always be Zanetti of course)

 

As for the final standings of this season I predict:

1) Rubentus

2) Inter

3) Napoli

4) Milan

5) Lazio

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Dybala rounds off his hat-trick with a free-kick just outside the box. 2nd hat-trick already for the season. 

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I watched the Sassuolo-Juventus match. Thoroughly enjoyable affair. Dybala's 2nd league hat-trick in as many games.

Mbappe and Dybala...can't wait to see them develop even further! Once Ronaldo and Messi reach their mid-30s/late 30s, the afore-mentioned two will defo be n the convo for the Ballon D'Or.

Dybala would be a perfect fit for FC Barcelona. Messi can't (and won't) continue at Barca forever.

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Napoli winning 4-0. At this rate they'll top the table over Juventus this week! Impressive, these Neapolitans are.

Can't wait for the Napoli-Manchester City matches in the Champions League! Defo circling those on the calendar.

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18 hours ago, 11Neymar Ousmane Dembélé11 said:

Napoli winning 4-0. At this rate they'll top the table over Juventus this week! Impressive, these Neapolitans are.

Can't wait for the Napoli-Manchester City matches in the Champions League! Defo circling those on the calendar.

to be fair, it was only Benevento, with all due respect to them. 

By far a stronger squad and the 6-0 result came as expected.

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A lot of goals for Napoli against Benevento...  That's fair enough but Benevento have come up for the first time in their history and are presently in turmoil unfortunately.  Napoli on the other hand were absolutely embarrassing against Shaktar, so they don't even merit a mention.

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1 hour ago, Stan said:

@Dalmore what was the reason for the minutes' silence before each game this weekend?

I believe it was for the victims in Afghanistan. There were a lot of Italian soldiers in Kabul when the bombing took place and as a result 6 of them died and dozens got injured.

there was also a tragedy with a family that passed out and died in a volcano in Pozzuoli after inhaling toxic fumes but that has nothing to do with the one minute silence I suppose.

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4 hours ago, ScoRoss said:

Floods in Verona that killed 6 people I believe.

Livorno not Verona, my mistake.

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