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Serie A 2017/18 - 22^ Giornata [27/01 - 28/01]


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22^ Giornata
27/01/2018
Sassuolo vs Atalanta
Chievo vs Juventus

28/01/2018
SPAL vs Inter
Crotone vs Cagliari
Fiorentina vs Hellas Verona
Genoa vs udinese
Napoli vs Bologna
Torino vs Benevento
Milan vs Lazio
Roma vs Sampdoria
 

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Had a nice day with the family which meant watching zero soccer this morning.

However, no surprises today as Atalanta won 3-0, and Juventus won 2-0.

I'll be waking up early tomorrow around 6am for the 6:30am EST kick-off.

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Frustrating how poor we are going forward. It's like there is no option for us to take it and go. Our attack consists of long balls, go out wide, swing it in. Which would be sound if you had a good target man in the box, but we don't. Valero has been our best playmaker thus far, and SPAL has definitely had the better chances this half.

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Spaletti seems to have replicated his Roma form. Look good up until Christmas, fall apart in a big game, fall well behind, then have a good end to the season so it's looks like they were actually somewhat close to the top of the league.

I still think he is only a placeholder manager for Inter, but they need some inspiration quick.

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6 hours ago, ScoRoss said:

Spaletti seems to have replicated his Roma form. Look good up until Christmas, fall apart in a big game, fall well behind, then have a good end to the season so it's looks like they were actually somewhat close to the top of the league.

I still think he is only a placeholder manager for Inter, but they need some inspiration quick.

Yeah - I think this Inter side is also without a lot of heart. I'll be interested in seeing what Sturridge brings, but I'm nearing the end of my patience with the whole Icardi deal and his supposed desire to play for Real Madrid. Kid has a ton of talent, but long gone are the days that we had people who desperately wanted to be here - and Icardi is not that kind of player.

We need some changes, some new blood, and a new philosophy. This team has way too much talent, money, and resources for us to not in the Champions League.

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18 minutes ago, Stan said:

great weekend for Napoli and Juve. Not only because they both got 3 points themselves, but all 3 below them lost more points.

2 horse race now. 

It's been a two horse race for a few weeks I think.

Hugely missed opportunity for Inter. Couldn't get 3 points against SPAL, and Roma end up losing which would had really widen the gap for that last CL spot.

This was the start of a string of matches Inter HAS to be getting all 3 points in.

Next up are Crotone, Bologna, Genoa, and Benevento. Inter need at least 10 points out of these matches before the schedule gets significantly more difficult.

 

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