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Zlatan Ibrahimovic investigated by Uefa over 'alleged financial interest' in betting company
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Ibrahimovic joined Milan for a second time in December 2019
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is to be investigated by Uefa over an "alleged financial interest in a betting company".
According to reports in his native Sweden, the AC Milan striker, 39, has broken rules after becoming a partner in a betting company.

Uefa's disciplinary regulations state players should not have a financial interest in betting.
Last week he signed a new contract that will run until after his 40th birthday.
"A Uefa ethics and disciplinary inspector has today been appointed to conduct a disciplinary investigation regarding a potential violation of the Uefa disciplinary regulations by Mr Zlatan Ibrahimovic for having an alleged financial interest in a betting company," a Uefa statement said.
The former Manchester United striker has scored 17 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions this season.
Ibrahimovic came out of international retirement after a five-year absence to play for Sweden earlier this year.
Meanwhile, Ibrahimovic has been fined 4,000 euros (£3,500) for his part in an ugly clash with Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku during a Coppa Italia match in January.
The pair were involved in a number of exchanges and Ibrahimovic, who denied he used racist language, was eventually sent off.
Like Ibrahimovic, Lukaku was charged with "unsportsmanlike behaviour with provocative phrases" by the Italian Football Federation. The Belgian has been fined 3,000 euros (£2,600).
I thought the investigation would be over. I was wondering what happened with the scrap between Ibra and Lukaku. $5000 for Ibra is fair, he was the one that should've kept his mouth shut. But they wipe their ass with that kind of money. UEFA tomorow I doubt Chelsea can beat Real.
 

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Unlike Tommy Boy Cruise, at least Ibra can wipe his own ass.

Yes they are Napolitans, they are funny. The video where Bruno Quattrociocci gives John Terry a condom is no longer available, Terry was a good sport about it and took the regalo.

Greg Giraldo's epic set at the Booey Roast.

 
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Good games yesterday and today. Real Madrid VS Chelsea 1-1. Today Manchester City managed to beat PSG. The first period PSg scored and it looked like they were going to kill them, but in the second period City surged and fought back and managed to score twice. The first goal was legit, the second was a foul, the ball went thru PSG's wall and Navas couldn't stop it. Whoever was in the wall is going to get shit because they let the ball go thru. Angel Di Maria, ugly guy but still a good player at 33. I think PSG was too cocky and fucked this up.
 

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and the winners of Serie A are:




Prrrrrrrrr
 

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Rats.
 

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Be nice , Inter has a very nice team with Hakimi, Bastone, Barella and others. Erikson even scored yesterday.

In the meantime Juve is losing against Udinese as we speak, if they don't come back Pirlo is gone (I think)
Apparently Suarez is trying to go to Juve together with Donnarumma , Ronaldo wants out and wants to go to either go back to Real Madrid or PSG or ManU.
 

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The Man U v Liverpool game was postponed due to protests. So switched to watching Udinese v Juventus. Ronaldo is practically non-existent. But quite a scruffy match with rash tackles.
 

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Considering the spanking Florentino Perez got courtesy of the Agnelli's, I doubt CR7 is going back to Real.

This is something that's always been in the back of my mind. After winning the Best Actor Oscar, did Matthew McConaughey bang his Patronesa?

 
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Roma has cratered, it's almost like there's no point being a supporter.

Had they keep their prospects, they would be in the top three. Instead any player that shows promise is immediately sold off, if I didn't know better I'd say James Palotta was a paper tiger. Case in point, they loan out Romagnoli to Sampdoria, they reach the Europa League. They bring him back and promptly sell him to Ac Milan. Two years later they sell Alison and Salah to Liverpool, they win the CL and the Premiership a year later. Meanwhile Roma sucks wind, it's almost karmic that their franchise player Nicolo Zaniolo has brittle knees.

Scouser1 was correct, they have strived to be a mid-table club. I have no idea if the Texans will continue the trend. Firing Fonseca wont fix the problem.

 

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Roma has cratered, it's almost like there's no point being a supporter.

Had they keep their prospects, they would be in the top three. Instead any player that shows promise is immediately sold off, if I didn't know better I'd say James Palotta was a paper tiger. Case in point, they loan out Romagnoli to Sampdoria, they reach the Europa League. They bring him back and promptly sell him to Ac Milan. Two years later they sell Alison and Salah to Liverpool, they win the CL and the Premiership a year later. Meanwhile Roma sucks wind, it's almost karmic that their franchise player Nicolo Zaniolo has brittle knees.

Scouser1 was correct, they have strived to be a mid-table club. I have no idea if the Texans will continue the trend. Firing Fonseca wont fix the problem.

Hey Samp can sting, they same with the other lower teams, they can turn around and beat big teams. Roma has 3 on the disabled list including Spinazzola. I agree, you wonder why they got rid of Salah. They need someone else, Zdecko is old, he almost just stands there and waits for the ball.
 

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CR7 lobbied for Pirlo to replace Sarri.

He's capo cannoniere, but I wonder how many of those are penalties that he was picked to shoot. But the goal above was great.
 

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Roma has cratered, it's almost like there's no point being a supporter.

Had they keep their prospects, they would be in the top three. Instead any player that shows promise is immediately sold off, if I didn't know better I'd say James Palotta was a paper tiger. Case in point, they loan out Romagnoli to Sampdoria, they reach the Europa League. They bring him back and promptly sell him to Ac Milan. Two years later they sell Alison and Salah to Liverpool, they win the CL and the Premiership a year later. Meanwhile Roma sucks wind, it's almost karmic that their franchise player Nicolo Zaniolo has brittle knees.

Scouser1 was correct, they have strived to be a mid-table club. I have no idea if the Texans will continue the trend. Firing Fonseca wont fix the problem.
Jose Mourinho has been appointed Roma manager from the start of the 2021-22 season.
 
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But if he couldn't get the Spurs going, what's going to be different? The City?

 

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Dane nice lob by Il Ragazzino to set up Samp's second goal.

As Rocco would say, "it doesn't matter who Roma's coach is" if he's not supported. Lo Speciale achieved his biggest triumph with Inter, I'm not holding my breath he can do the same for Roma.

 
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City took care of PSG. They were very good, very good. City dominated, I was surprised PSG had little quality play,they have a lot of good players. Hope they win over Real, I'm tired of the spanish teams winning.
 

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Real still have to get past Chelsea. They are at a disadvantage as the return leg is at Chelsea, and Chelsea has an away goal advantage from the first leg.
 

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Real still have to get past Chelsea. They are at a disadvantage as the return leg is at Chelsea, and Chelsea has an away goal advantage from the first leg.
only in a 0-0 game.
 

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As I said in the SL thread, Exor President John Elkann is not happy that his cousin Andrea Agnielli got suckered in by Florentino Perez. It's time for Milan to intensify his ire, time to open a great big can of ass whoopin on Juve. Time for The Great Zlatanissimo to prove to all that HE IS A GOD!