East Londoner wrote:It's just been confirmed that AC Milan have sold Ibrahimovic and Silva to PSG for nearly £50 million. Whoa ho ho!
Kostas will be pleased.
Actually, no. I am not happy.
PSG are single handedly devaluing Serie A, buying every star player in the league one by one. Last season they nicked Pastore, Sirigu and Thiago Motta, and now this season they have Lavezzi, Ibra, Thiago Silva and the "next Andrea Pirlo", Marco Verratti. Those Arab f***ers in charge are spending Italian football into oblivion. We don't have the money to compete. If the entire quality of the league declines, Italy's co-efficient declines, and Europe becomes a harder task to master as a result.
Yes, AC Milan are our rivals, and they have been idiots sometimes, but they never cheated and backstabbed in quite the same way as Juventus did to us. Even Allegri (AC's manager) took a swipe at Juve over the 30 titles debacle a couple of days ago. Rubentus are the true evil in Italy. Unfortunately, it seems as if they robbed a bank, because they are the only team in the country spending any big money right now. Already they have Isla, Asamoah, Giovinco, Caceres, Leali, Pogba only a couple of weeks into the transfer season. And now they are linked to Cavani, van Persie and Pazzini. Where do they get the money to buy all these players? Every other team in Italy is broke!
The entire system is flawed. Only Juventus own their own stadium. The rest rent stadiums from the city council. It's tradition. Problem is, no-one has any damn money to build their own stadium and escape the vicious circle. Juventus ruined the reputation of Serie A with all their cheating. They then decided the best thing to do was be morons about it and make a point of dragging every team in Italy down with them. They tried to frame Inter in Calciopoli, making up nonsense claims that Facchetti also bribed referees, so then they paid off a Juve-sympathetic judge to try and prosecute Inter. One small problem with that though...the 'evidence' they claimed proved this didn't even exist. It was pure fabrication. Juventus are the most disgusting piece of trash on earth. They have single handedly ruined what was once the greatest league on earth, first by tainting performance on the pitch by taking EPO, and then off-it with match-fixing and pre-selecting referees they liked. Because of their selfish actions, now the whole league is going down the can. I guess like how Rangers' cheating and illegal salary payment system has now put the nail in the coffin of the Scottish Premier League.
There is a saying in Italy...you should never run over a Juve supporter on a bike, because it is probably your bike. And that's the real root of the reason why this has happened.
Basically, this transfer is a sad reflection on the state of Serie A. We can't afford to keep our star players anymore. Look at Miguel Veloso, he had a good campaign in Euro 2012, and usually when a player has a good Euros or World Cup, they will move to a bigger club. He was at Genoa, a very respectable club with lots of top flight history - they have won nine Scudetti, the fourth highest in Italy. But, just recently he moved from there to Dynamo Kyiv. FREAKING KIEV. How did things get so bad that now Serie A is losing players to UKRAIKE AND RUSSIA?!
This is a total joke...I am mad at this transfer...so just imagine how betrayed the AC Milan fans must feel.