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Seria A standings "Without the Referee's Errors"

Sebastian2010-05-04 23:50:21 +0000 #1
I have seen a lot of weird and pretty peculiar aspects of seria A,but this is probably the most pathetic attempt to discredit Inter supremacy...This is beyond insult and offensive articles about Inter's dominance.

I have never seen something like this before Inter become a Force in seria A...

Juve top ‘corrected’ table

La Gazzetta dello Sport has created an alternative Serie A table where refereeing errors are corrected and Juventus lead the pack.

As controversy rages over alleged ‘favouritism’ in Inter’s favour and confidence in the officials plummets, a survey was undertaken to see which sides have suffered the most at the hands of the referees.

Research showed that Milan had been treated most harshly and would be sitting in fourth place, were it not for questionable decisions.

Inter were awarded eight points fewer after review and lose their supremacy at the top to Juve, who have benefited six times from errors but been unjustly penalised on nine occasions.

La Gazzetta dello Sport’s Serie A table:

Juventus 48 points

Inter 45

Roma 45

Milan 41

Fiorentina 36

Atalanta 33

Palermo 28

Sampdoria 28

Udinese 28

Napoli 27

Genoa 26

Reggina 25

Lazio 24

Livorno 23

Catania 21

Siena 21

Parma 19

Torino 18

Cagliari 16

Empoli 15

Can you believe this crap???Why no one made stuff like these when Juventus was winning every single game with a penalty in the 90 min. + a player more than the opponent???Whenever Inter played against Juventus,there were always penalties and free kick "penalties",it was ridiculous....

Inter have ass kicked pretty good teams with 10 players for practically the whole match and someone has the cheek to call Inter an undeserving leader of seria A????I am so proud that Inter are doing so great,but the jealousy of these patehtic medias makes me smile with devilish facial expression ...I couldnt be more satisfied than this...

There's a saying People feel sorry for you for free,while Envy should be earned

I mean the penalty against Empoli was a referee's mistake,but so was the yellow card when Viera was sent off,which was a compensation + the Materazzi penalty wouldn've been whistled at normal conditiones as it was evident that the guy fell by him self and Materazzi was aiming at the ball.The referee made a whole mess of mistakes and that's what happens when you put an idiot on the field...But the Couto one was a pure penalty and even him self admited that.

So why dont they set sensors on the place of the side referee's and install a super computer to be the main referee...That will be no big deal for the Japs ...Inter isnt affright of that.There's everything in place with this team and everyone knows who is the best team in seria A...When Roma who is on the second place can not hide their overwhelming impression of this incredible team,then it is obvious that Inter deserves lot more respect than this...

But football isnt Formula 1 so that it's president can make it a Theater or a Circus and change the rules whenever and however he pleases...

Things arent that simple when football is concerned...

Whatever happens,Inter will only improve and become better and better...These envious dudes,will keep on comforting them selves with excuses such as this one...

Ryan272010-05-05 00:04:05 +0000 #2
Well, Italy is so used to having a cheater (Juve), that the press doesn't know what to do with itself when there isn't one. So they try and create these polemics.

Let me guess...this table strips Inter of 3 points against Parma? What a joke, especially when no one was 100% sure of the Couto incident even after 50 replays, let alone live-action for the referee. At least 2 more lost points against Empoli? Okay, but like you say elcino, the first yellow to Vieira was faulty.

Amazing that they use such incidents to fabricate some sort of conspiracy. I just hope Inter are doing their best to make sure they don't make any mistakes, even accidental or unintentional ones, that might give someone any excuse to take legal action.
Sebastian2010-05-05 00:36:00 +0000 #3
Legal action is out of the question...No one would risk the Italian credibility after what happened last year...

You have Milan who is virtually Berlusconi's "baby"who has been ass kicked,i mean all teams are.Referee's are human and especially in seria A there's immense pressure and stress,for everyone affected with the league.But that doesnt mean that they go completely headless and that they will allow stuff like on the biggest EPL derby when Manchester and Chelsea played against each other and when the referee booked Essien twice,he somehow forgot to sent him off ...I would really want to see what will happen to the referee if that happens in seria A...

I never expected Inter to generate such hatred and envy from our opponents...This is really a great time to be alive ...
MalluPride822010-05-05 00:18:46 +0000 #4
I can undertand all the yappings from Rivals.But Colina should act little responsibly instead of acting like a biased commentator.He is a Referee designator for Christ sake.His blaberrings will do no good for already the Low morale of young Refrees.
bLaCknbLuE4LiFe2010-05-05 01:31:30 +0000 #5
wonder why dont they ever do these types of things when Juventus is up the top hmmmmm
Sebastian2010-05-05 02:06:06 +0000 #6
They will have to wait for quite some time for something like that...
nismo2010-05-05 00:15:50 +0000 #7
I find it ironic how these "journalists" ignore the fact that we've been playing with 10 men in the past couple of matches for more than half the match. Surely that must balance the ledger a bit?
Sebastian2010-05-05 02:49:19 +0000 #8
That's the best part you see???Those incredible performances struck fear in our opponents...It is almost impossible to beat this team...I mean i knew that Cesar will nail the dude who shot the penalty

He was terrified damn it ...This is really a superior team...



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