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Discussion in 'Italy: Clubs' started by ChicagoAzzuri, Jul 20, 2007.
Amazing juve away support vs. Fiorentina :
Could have been an away fan ban.
Wouldn't be surprised if it wasn't
yea you're right, my bad...
and FNU, forza granata! forza salernitana!
it definately was an away fan ban
and yes Forza Salernitana
Ultras Reggio, Bari and Salerno = Brothers forever!!!
Yup, forza serie B!
Emphasis on the B.
c'mon Napoli don't be jealous because you don't have any friends
You mean gemellaggi?
Yup, no friends.
it was a joke but if you want to cry some more that's fine by me
Of course every team has some friendship but...I think perhaps Napoli is the team most Ultras hate all over Italy (not including Juve, Milan, Inter...) and that's why i said it...So relax.
Roma ultras have to be more hated than Napoli's by now. Every where they go they seem to stab somebody, like the Catania fans last season.
Just to add:
http://www.corrieredellosport.it/Fo...I funerali di Sensi, contestazione a Galliani
Roma tifosi = no class.
Yeah, that's crap. Even if I am a long way from being a Galliani fan. They should have unfurled big, 60' billboards of Totti in a Speedo to keep the Roma tifosi mesmerized and peaceful.
Do you not think it may have something to do with the threat of life time bans for fans who continually stand? Moron.
Indeed many ultras are in the range below.
even with the problems of the new laws have been many changes in many of the supporters of all Italy.
Unfortunately in recent times the warnings have had to resize and in particular struck the heart of the curve, or the ultras.
every Swiss has its own style and way of seeing, and living "being ultras", and unfortunately there are those who have ruined a few things in the same ...
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These are my folks
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Sorry, here's the link!
isnt Pisa in serie D or something?
serie D, exactly. After being relegated to serie C at the end of may, it came out that the club had huge debts (16~17 mln Euro) and it went bankrupt during the summer. We had to restart with a new club called Associazione Calcio Pisa 1909. Camilli (Unione Sportiva Grosseto's president) and other two folks have the club in hand. Camilli is the one who takes the decisions and throws the Euros in, however he only has 20% of the shares since he's already U.S. Grosseto's president and he can't be president of 2 clubs at the same time. He's trying to sell U.S Grosseto so that he can finally concentrate more on Pisa. The crowd at the stadium is still good, for serie D. Five thousand spectators on average, 3,100 season card holders. Useless to say that no other team in D makes these numbers (and most of serie C teams don't either). I am pretty confident in the future
Pisa is registered to the Eccellenza, that is the sixth football division in Italy....in July 2009 the club was excluded by the Italian Football Federation for the second time in its history. Pisa has been refounded with the current denomination of A.C. Pisa 1909 S.S.D. to start again from Serie D under a new property.
that sucks for you guys..... Edgar Alverez played their! what did you think of him?
I know Alvarez is a decent player but he did not play well in Pisa at all; people in Pisa are really mad at him, as well as to all the other players who took us into relegation. In reality, the biggest mistake of the management was to fire Ventura (the coach, today at Bari) to substitute him with Bruno Giordano, a good ex player of Lazio in the eighties but a disaster as coach (fired 9 times in 11 experiences). That was the coup de grace that brought us to free fall to serie C, with a relegation arrived at the 94th minute of the last game (0-1 to Brescia). Our best moment recently has been 2 years ago, our first year of serie B after a long parenthesis (13 years), with the team offering a spectacular play with players of the caliber of Castillo (today at Fiorentina), Kutuzov (today at Bari), and Cerci (today at Roma), making the most away wins in serie B that year (together with Lecce) and reaching the play offs, unfortunately lost to Lecce who then went on to the play off final and to serie A. Who would have ever imagined that one year later we would have been relegated?