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SpanglyPrincess
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the tightness of the restrictions is the more odd given the total lack thereof, and general relaxedness about, our game on wednesday.

but I hope UM is excited and enjoys himself.

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Interesting interpretations of the offside law give Juve a goal lead.
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Suazo is looking like the Serie A Darren Huckerby. You point him in a direction and he runs and runs, without any understanding about the white sticks at either end, or the lines on the grass for that matter.
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Trezeguet: 2-0. Inter continue to look abject.

UM probably isn't enjoying himself any more.

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Del Piero seems to have been inspired by something that he lost about three or four years ago. He has been pretty outstanding in this game, and Materazzi doesn't seem to know what is going on at all.
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And as Del Piero blows a one-on-one, Maniche gets one back for inter. About ten minutes left (with stoppages).
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Inter 1 - 2 Juve Final.

Maniche got a chance at the end and hit the post. Juve probably edged it, but given their countless misses Inter could have sneaked a draw justifiably (in a 'serves them right' way)

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That wasn't much fun at all.

Mancini was his usual clueless self, Ibra didn't show up (again), Stankovic was dire, and only Julio Cesar kept it from being 4 or more for the Bianconeri. We can't even get that excited about the offside goal, because there was no way they deserved a point.

The lead is down to four, and if Inter don't turn things around quickly, it won't be that much for long.

And my, is Pavel Nedved a nasty piece of work.

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Palermo have fired Guidolin (again) and hired Colantuono (who was their manager at the start of the season and was still on the payroll).
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you are fucking joking me.
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No; it's been coming for a while. And re-hiring the guy whose contract you've still been paying out has become increasingly popular among trigger-happy presidents down here.
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