Messina vs. Roma [R]

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  1. SoccerFan8270

    SoccerFan8270 New Member

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    At half time it's 1-1. Messina's goal was by Parisi in the 20th minute by a penalty kick. Roma's goal was by Montella in the 35th minute.


  2. SoccerFan8270

    SoccerFan8270 New Member

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    FINAL:
    Messina: 4
    Roma: 3

    Parisi(pen.) 20', Sulli 47', Zampagna 77', Giampa 80', Montella 35' 72' 75'

    Wow what a game. A hat trick by Montella but Roma still couldn't get the win.
  3. mritalian1210

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    wow Roma is not looking good this year.
  4. romagol10

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    This coming from an Inter fan whose team has 2 points. Remember Totti, Cassano, and Chivu didn't play, Roma scored enough goals but Totti and Cassano would have given Roma more possession and Chivu would help in defense.
    I didn't like that penalty call against Mexes.


  5. mritalian1210

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    roma was picked to be in the top 4 this year. but with this result to Messina (just came up 2 serie a). with all the name players, and with the campion leg. loss (plus maybe a ban), they arent looking good. 2 straight games, they should of won, or even should of tied, yet lose.
  6. romagol10

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    Inter tied two teams they should have beat with just about all their players available and are behind Roma, so you really can't talk.
  7. Carletto Mazzone

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    we're only two games in. i think it is hard to say that a team is not looking good when they have 3 points in two games. certainly, roma are not looking good when you look at a disgraceful week regarding the frisk incident (and what they will probably face in terms of sanctions), cassano's behavior and being only 3 weeks in with a new coach. throw in all that happened this summer and yeah, things have been better, but to say they are not looking to good based on one result only 2 weeks into the campionato is being a bit harsh.

    it sounds like rudi's decision to take montella out (after 3 goals!?) was a big mistake and the turning point in the match.........but it's good to know he is getting ready to fly again!
  8. romagol10

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    Montella went out due to injury
  9. Carletto Mazzone

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    thanks romagoal. i did not watch any games or highlights today. i saw the tabellone on line with only line-ups, goalscores and substitutions. i'm only getting to read about the games now.

    it seems like montella went out right after his 3rd goal. i hope that the injury is not serious. it sounds like he is in form and we'll definately need him on wednesday when we play lecce (still without cassano and perhaps totti).

    any news on what the injury is? hopefully not his knee!
  10. mritalian1210

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    i am very disappoined at inter too ok.
  11. TxTechGooner

    TxTechGooner we're having fun here, no?

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    all about the positivity and all.. but be serious... conceding 4?????? not good enough... period.. i dont care if you have the reserves in vs. this side~
  12. dela

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    No worries. Its only week two people. The Giallorossi will prove themselves. The Thoroughbreds come through in the end. ;)
  13. frostdude1

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    Stuiped satellite problems didnt allow anyone to watch this game outside of Italy :mad:

    But after I read the game summary I was flying like montella :D He's back and if Totti and Cassano are on form this year ... we're taking the title for sure ;)

    One thing about Roma that always pisses me off is they always lose to small teams ... last year they hammered Juve then lost meaningless games to those little teams that are in Serie B now ... thats the only problem they have they are too cocky but I hope Voller gets that fixed before its too late
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    You could have watched it for less than 4 Euros anywhere where there is a broadband internet connection...

    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=137905
  15. obernunes

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    I just want to reiterate, don't despair. Neither Totti nor Cassano played. The defense is young and will come together when Chivu and Dellas get back. Voller just stepped in.

    Also, all this raving about Juve is a little too much. They have beaten 2 horrible teams (Brescia and Atalanta). Brescia lost to Lecce Saturday 4-1 and the Italian commentators are already talking about Serie B for them next year. I watched the game against Atalanta and I can't see this team doing anything either. They were simply horrible. They made mistakes that youth teams make, but Serie A teams should never make, particularly on the 2 Juve goals (both flukes/gifts).

    I am starting to worry a little about Palermo. They stood there ground and even took it to Inter (in Milano), even with Adriano playing great. This guy Luca Toni is going to be great. You have to respect him for sticking with Palermo and not going to the big money teams like too many of these whores do. In this respect, he reminds me of Totti (so far).
  16. mritalian1210

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    yes Toni is looking great, hes helping palermo and the NT.
  17. frostdude1

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    With the way its going right now ... Toni and Montella have to be the strikers for Italy in October's WC Qualifiers with Totti behind them leading the charge :D
  18. GianPaolo

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    This loss to Messina was not good. Hey at least we lost to a Sicilian team and not a Northen team.:)

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