SiamoNoi WroteColonFFP do 2019.
Sta je to 2019.? Ukidaju FFP?
Mislim da necemo izborit LP ako se ne pojaca ekipa.
Biabianya ne zele u Sparti, eto nama pojacanja
Jericho WroteColonNe znam šta će nam Martinez kad se nema za kifle, bolje da se dadne prilika Pinamontiju, Odgaardu ili Colidiu..
Tritolone WroteColonKako nisi nista postigao? Zamjenio si igraca kojem nema mjesta u ekipi za onog koji bi igra u prvih 11. Mi nemamo trequartistu i moramo ga pronaci u ovom prijelaznom roku
Biscione WroteColonA zbog čega misliš da bi taj neko igrao u prvih 11? Zar se zadnjih par godina nisi uvjerio da se kod nas baca grah kada se određuje ko će bit prvotimac. Ne gleda se previše talenat i potencijal.
A i tog trekvartistu da smo htjeli imat ne bi otjerali Banegu, Joju, Ljajica...
A couple hours ago, Milan mayor, Giuseppe Sala, tweeted on his account, asking Milan publically that “when will Milan be able to tell me if they are available or not to invest in the stadium?”
Not only that, Sala also dragged Inter into the discussion saying that “this invite also goes to Inter, because this is the stadium of the Milanese people.”
The fact here is that Inter have always been clear about its position regarding the new stadium. The Nerazzurri want to renovate and it takes the opportunity to once again reiterate its intention.
“Dear Giuseppe Sala, if you recall, we have invested time and **** in the stadium for the Milanese people. Our plan has been clear to everyone for 18 months and has not changed. We are waiting for a round table discussion with all involved to speak about this with clarify.”
Famed singer Andrea Bocelli has revealed that “I've always been an Inter fan, but above all I'm anti-Juventus.”
With over 80m record sales worldwide, Bocelli is arguably the most successful crossover artist in history, but the 59-year-old lost his sight completely when a ball hit him in the eye during a football match, resulting in a brain haemorrhage.
“I've always been an Inter fan, but above all I'm anti-Juventus,” he told reporters.
“My passion for the Nerazzurri comes from my years at college, when the 'Grande Inter' [of the 1960s] won everything in Italy and the world.
“Only the youngest of my children, who is just five years old, hasn't yet developed a passion for Inter, but I'm working on it and I think I'll succeed.
“When Inter won the Champions League? I was with friends and the was TV on, but I was listening to the game on the radio and the reporter's voice came a few seconds before the images on TV.
“As such, I heard about the goals in advance, spoiling it for my friends. I was also moved by their tears.
“The treble was a joyous moment, which no-one in Italy will be able to match.”