Serie A Clubs in Europe (2012/2013) [R]

Discussion in 'Italy' started by Kqql, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. Kqql

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    CL
    Group Stage
    #1 Juventus​
    #2 AC Milan​
    Playoff
    #3 Udinese​
    EL
    #4 Lazio​
    #5 Napoli​
    #6 Inter​
    Total CL payout for 2011/12 = €754.1m
    Total fixed payment for 2011/12 = €413m​
    Total TV market pool in 2011/12 = €341.1m​
    Chelsea as CL winner made = €59.935m​
    Bayern as CL runner up made = €41,730m​
    - For each club = X Factor is = € for TV market pool​
    CL monies made by Serie A Clubs in 11/12
    AC Milan = €39,864m - Reached QF (of which €23,564m from TV market pool)​
    Inter = €31,569m - Reached Rd 16 (of which €18,569m from TV market pool)​
    Napoli = €27,734m - Reached QF (of which €14,334m from TV market pool)​
    Udinese = €2.1m = Lost in CL Playoff​
    For Playoff (2 games) = €2.1m​
    For Group Stage = €7.2m (6 games) + €800k for win or €400k for draw + € for TV market pool​
    +​
    For Rd of 16 (2 games) = €3m + € for TV market pool​
    +​
    For QF (2 games) = €3.3m + € for TV market pool​
    +​
    For SM (2 games) = €4.2m + € for TV market Pool​
    +​
    For CL runner up = €5.6m + € for TV market pool​
    For CL winner = €9m + € for TV market pool​
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  2. Il Ciuccio

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    this is going to be a long season...
  3. indestructible

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    Another miserable year for Italy in Europe.

    - If Juventus can get a top striker, then they will be Italy's only shining light.

    - Milan have already thrown in the towel on this season.

    - Lega Calcio should just do Italy a favor and relegate Udinese to serie B like....right now.

    In EL

    - I have no idea what Inter will look like this season. I doubt they will take this shit competition seriously.

    - Mazzarri has already said he will use the Europa League as a good place to make youngsters play......

    - I think Italy's best bet here is Lazio

    As for the Europa league in general :

    [​IMG]

  4. Daei_10

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    well i said this before, if the italian teams dont perform decent this year, by next year they will drop below france or portugal sooooooooooooo yea the teams need to actually take responsibility, u cant just throw everything on the federation


  5. Samora

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    stramaccioni and moratti have already expressed the desire to win the competition as well as several of the players, of coarse they can't say we're just going to puss around and see if our subs can get us through the group stage
    we still have to get through one or two qualification matches to get into the group stage
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  6. Samora

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    france has its own problems cause they already got taken over by portugal, france will have newcommer m'pellier and psg in cl and perhaps lille who performed horribly in a weak group last season
    they do have some formidable teams in EL worth looking out for
    portugal i'm more worried about
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    And a short thread...:)
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  8. Daei_10

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    ya same here, portugese teams do extremely well in EL at least. I hope at least inter or lazio take EL seriously and actually try to win a trophy....at the end of the day its a trophy, especially for lazio and napoli who usually dont have a shot at scudetto or CL...So why not win EL at least
  9. Il Ciuccio

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    the last italian team to win the el was parma.
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  10. Samora

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    ah but let's not forget, inter 2 finals in a row and managed to win the second one in 98, winners 3 times and runners up once tied with juve interestedly enough
    of coarse this was more than a decade ago
  11. KensingtonSC

    KensingtonSC THAT, MY FRIENDS, IS JUST INCREDIBLE

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    Italy will fall behind Portugal at the end of this year if Italian teams don't earn 2.277 coefficient points more than Portugal this season. Italian teams have a big number coming off the board next year, while Portuguese teams have a small number. France is also on a similar number to Italy after this season, so there is a chance that they could drop to 6th, which would mean that there would be two Group Stage spots, but no playoff round guarantee, as the 6th coefficient has to start in the third qualifying round.

    These next two European season are going to be crucial to staying close to third. If Italian teams have two bad European seasons, they could drop as far as seventh behind Holland, who put together a good European campaign last year.
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  12. Kqql

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    No goal-line technology for EL/CL for 2012/13​
    Imagine that, FIFA is > UEFA !​
    UEFA lives in the stone age !​
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    KensingtonSC THAT, MY FRIENDS, IS JUST INCREDIBLE

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    Inter will face the winner of Hajduk Split/Skonto FC in the third qualifying round on August 2 and August 9. Split is from Croatia, while Skonto is from Latvia. Currently, Split hold a 2-0 aggregate lead after their victory yesterday. I can see Inter easily brushing either of these teams aside.

    The draw for the playoff round in the Champions League and Europa League is in 3 weeks.
  14. indestructible

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    Inter to get a sure win vs. Split???

    Stranger things have happened .....
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    Just ask Bratislava...
  16. TheRossonero23

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    we've thrown in the towel. lol....[​IMG]

    at least we are in pot 1 again, with a decent draw we might get out of the groups! [​IMG]
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    KensingtonSC THAT, MY FRIENDS, IS JUST INCREDIBLE

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    I'm sure that Split will take the money, just like Dinamo Zagreb did with Lyon in the Champions League last year, to let Inter go through. I look for at least one game to finish with a scoreline of Inter winning by 3.
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    Good start for Inter who ripped Split 3-0
  19. TheRossonero23

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    good call.:cool:
  20. Daei_10

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    this could be the year italian league loses all respect completely

    with the bs juve has to go thru (thank you FIGC), udinese prob not gonna make it, milan still hasnt built a good team....yup its not looking good
  21. Samora

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    I would have thought so too but split looked like they were actually trying, that and the fans
    if they did they sold it very very well
  22. Il Ciuccio

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    Napoli will save us all:coffee:
  23. TheRossonero23

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    milan will save the day. like we always do...:cool:
  24. Il Ciuccio

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    yes Boetang will make a great center forward:coffee: he will score the most goals in the CL this seasons:coffee:
  25. Samora

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    why do you keep using the coffee smiley...:coffee:, or for that matter what does it even mean(non double rainbow guy)
    btw does inter/italy get points for the win today? or is that just for the group stage/knockouts

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