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    Cagliari got a reaction from arampage in My attempt at a signature   
    Obviously there's like no Marco Sau fans around so i made this one from scratch, had to use to Wembley stadium since all sant'elias were LQ

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    Cagliari got a reaction from ashtini in FIFA 14 Official Thread   
    Re: FIFA 14 Official Thread
    Like every game you hate it if you're bad at it.
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    Cagliari got a reaction from Reverie in Official Serie A Thread   
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    Raz #1 troll
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    Cagliari got a reaction from ashtini in Italy 14141   
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    Fiorentina are finally finding their feet and getting some nice risers from their young squad
    Starting the season with 3 loses and a draw in relegation zone!! We've managed to work our way up into the top 10 with 4 results in our past 5 games.
    Next in our sights is A.C Milan tonight
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    Cagliari got a reaction from RPR in The Little League   
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    Internazionale Breaking News
    Following Inter's bottom 3 finish the prestigious Milano club has decided to part ways with their former manager and bring in a fresh manager who promises to put a better effort in this season than his predecessor.
    When asked what would be changed and how he thought of the club he had this to say.
    The squad is very average there's some nice players around but too many English spuds for my liking, unfortunately most of the players have transfer bans on them but it shouldn't be long until they get moved on asap. We have already made some movements on the transfer side of things looking to bring in some more depth and overall class to Inter.
    Will anyone be "unavailable" or staying at Inter for the long term?
    Yes quite a few will be staying over the long run, such players as Hulk, Handanovic, Ranocchia, Yanga-Mwiba and Eriksen will be the main focus of the team going forward and building around that talented 5.
    We know you like to play attacking football, can we expect to see a change from the boring old Inter from the past season?
    Yes it was quite appalling finishing 10th in goals scored and 3rd in goals against, if you're going to play boring football make sure you actually do it well defensively. As most people know i'm not a fan of defensive formations and our goal will be to score heavily. We need to stay disciplined defensively and not concede as much this season. We also had the worst goal difference record in the league and that just won't be accepted under my management.
    More news to come from Milano as it develops!


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    Cagliari got a reaction from PinkMan in The Little League   
    Re: The Little League

    Internazionale Breaking News
    Following Inter's bottom 3 finish the prestigious Milano club has decided to part ways with their former manager and bring in a fresh manager who promises to put a better effort in this season than his predecessor.
    When asked what would be changed and how he thought of the club he had this to say.
    The squad is very average there's some nice players around but too many English spuds for my liking, unfortunately most of the players have transfer bans on them but it shouldn't be long until they get moved on asap. We have already made some movements on the transfer side of things looking to bring in some more depth and overall class to Inter.
    Will anyone be "unavailable" or staying at Inter for the long term?
    Yes quite a few will be staying over the long run, such players as Hulk, Handanovic, Ranocchia, Yanga-Mwiba and Eriksen will be the main focus of the team going forward and building around that talented 5.
    We know you like to play attacking football, can we expect to see a change from the boring old Inter from the past season?
    Yes it was quite appalling finishing 10th in goals scored and 3rd in goals against, if you're going to play boring football make sure you actually do it well defensively. As most people know i'm not a fan of defensive formations and our goal will be to score heavily. We need to stay disciplined defensively and not concede as much this season. We also had the worst goal difference record in the league and that just won't be accepted under my management.
    More news to come from Milano as it develops!


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    Cagliari got a reaction from steauaseka in A Tribute to WC 10000   
    Re: A Tribute to WC 10000
    Anyone willing to deal with me? (PSG)
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    Cagliari got a reaction from MarkM in A Tribute to WC 10000   
    Re: A Tribute to WC 10000
    Anyone willing to deal with me? (PSG)
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    Cagliari reacted to Newman in Official Sky Bet League 1 & 2 Thread   
    Re: Npower League 1 and 2 Official Thread
    I thoroughly enjoyed today's game. For a 0-0 draw, it was actually a good game to watch. It was very much an end to end game and both teams deserved a point, which I'm pleased about considering Wolves are red hot favourites to go straight back up. Hopefully that's a promising sign. The defence looked very solid, meaning we were able to keep Griffiths and Sako quiet, who, IMO, are Wolves' two most dangerous players going forward. Although their number 15 (I don't know his name) was also very tricky, but we also managed to keep him relatively quiet throughout the afternoon.
    Despite not having many chances in front of goal, Kevin Davies impressed me today. He controlled and held the ball up well, and obviously with him being a big player he held his own. He was penalised for next to nothing at times, but that's to be expected with bigger, stronger players, as I've previously with Jon Parkin. Robertson looked lively and Rudd looked confident, and in general I think it was a great team performance. I will say that we struggled to play balls out to the wingers though. The pitch was in very good condition, so there were no bobbles or anything, yet our centre midfielders hardly ever seemed to be able to play a good ball out wide. They just didn't seem to get enough power behind their passes, which often led to Wolves intercepting the ball and countering.
    Speaking of Wolves, their support today was absolutely brilliant. They filled the Bill Shankly stand and sold all of the away tickets they were given, which can be seen in the picture that I took below. If I'm being honest, they outsung us all afternoon, but I'd expect any away fans to do that to the home side on the opening day of the season. They they did use the famous old chant "Preston's a **** hole, I wanna go home", which you know is just a bit of banter, but I thought it was pretty ironic considering Wolverhampton is probably one of the roughest places in the country
    Whilst the Wolves fans were brilliant, so were ours. I was sat pretty close to the away crowd, so if we did make more atmosphere than I thought we did then it's just me not being able to hear us properly (the stand that usually makes the most amount of noise was at the other end of the ground). Saying that, I thought the home atmosphere was good and we really got behind the team. It was nice to see so many loyal PNE fans back at Deepdale. I realise that a lot of 'none' North End fans will have gone to the Liverpool game just to see Liverpool, which is why we sold more tickets than we usually do for that game (well, we sold out), but today was different. I feel that there's a real buzz around the place that hasn't been around since the days of us being a top six championship club. In fact, I think the attendance today was the highest in league one, with just over 16,500 fans turning up for the game. It just reiterates my point that both sets of fans, home and away, were great
    Anyway, you've probably already had enough of me going on, so here's that picture of the Wolves fans



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    Cagliari got a reaction from Benjo_Benjo in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141
    Got bored so starting putting some stuff in excel gone through Juve, Milan, Roma & Napoli aswell as mine so far and come up with this
    Juventus stats
    Avg first XI age - 25.55
    Avg first XI rtg - 92.36
    Avg 2nd XI age - 25.86
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 87.09
    Milan stats
    Avg first XI age - 25.00
    Avg first XI rtg - 91.82
    Avg 2nd XI age - 20.82
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 83.82
    Napoli
    Avg first XI age - 24.55
    Avg first XI rtg - 91.73
    Avg 2nd XI age - 25.09
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 87.82
    Roma
    Avg first XI age - 25.45
    Avg first XI rtg - 90.91
    Avg 2nd XI age - 23.27
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 85.86
    Fiorentina
    Avg first XI age - 22.82
    Avg first XI rtg - 90.09
    Avg 2nd XI age - 19.73
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 85.45
    Inter
    Avg first XI age - 29.55
    Avg first XI rtg - 91.73
    Avg 2nd XI age - 23.09
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 86.27
    Udinese
    Avg first XI age - 26.82
    Avg first XI rtg - 90.64
    Avg 2nd XI age - 20.73
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 84.27
    Parma
    Avg first XI age - 25.82
    Avg first XI rtg - 89.73
    Avg 2nd XI age - 26.73
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 85.00
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    Cagliari got a reaction from CiaranMc in Italian Championship 14141 - Roma   
    Re: Italian Championship 14141 - Roma
    Very nice ill keep an eye on this May make one myself if i get bored later on.
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    Cagliari got a reaction from .Dan Martin. in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141
    Got bored so starting putting some stuff in excel gone through Juve, Milan, Roma & Napoli aswell as mine so far and come up with this
    Juventus stats
    Avg first XI age - 25.55
    Avg first XI rtg - 92.36
    Avg 2nd XI age - 25.86
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 87.09
    Milan stats
    Avg first XI age - 25.00
    Avg first XI rtg - 91.82
    Avg 2nd XI age - 20.82
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 83.82
    Napoli
    Avg first XI age - 24.55
    Avg first XI rtg - 91.73
    Avg 2nd XI age - 25.09
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 87.82
    Roma
    Avg first XI age - 25.45
    Avg first XI rtg - 90.91
    Avg 2nd XI age - 23.27
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 85.86
    Fiorentina
    Avg first XI age - 22.82
    Avg first XI rtg - 90.09
    Avg 2nd XI age - 19.73
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 85.45
    Inter
    Avg first XI age - 29.55
    Avg first XI rtg - 91.73
    Avg 2nd XI age - 23.09
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 86.27
    Udinese
    Avg first XI age - 26.82
    Avg first XI rtg - 90.64
    Avg 2nd XI age - 20.73
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 84.27
    Parma
    Avg first XI age - 25.82
    Avg first XI rtg - 89.73
    Avg 2nd XI age - 26.73
    Avg 2nd XI rtg - 85.00
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    Cagliari reacted to Sinny in GC336 - Discussions,M/R's and Transfer news   
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    It's been a while so bare with on the rustiness of match reports

    Sinar arrives in Turkey
    Rumours had been circulating in Istanbul that Englishman Tom Sinar was set to return from retirement after a prolonged absence from the game and was to set to secure a deal to manage Turkish giants Fenerbahçe SK.
    A deal had then been completed and announced on the club's official website that Sinar had infact returned as reported and has secured a two year deal with the Yellow Canaries. This was greeted by cheers from the fans, who had queued outside the training ground of Fenerbahçe to see the highly-rated manager sign for the club.
    After photographs and interviews, Sinar took time out to address the fans via translator, as he gets to grip with the Turkish language.
    "I'm delighted to sign a two year deal with Fenerbahçe and proud to be part of a club with a fantastic history with a reputation that surpasses most teams".
    Having been asked to give assurances to fans about a change in mind about leaving the game of football again, Sinar quickly squashed these ideas saying that his love for football had come back stronger than ever before.
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    Season Expectations
    With the club currently 2nd in the table and club participating in 4 tournaments this season, Sinar has been passed on massive expectations from both the board and the fans respectively.
    Sinar admits the pressure is something that isn't going to go away with talk, but with results.. "With the stature of our club it's only natural for us to expect glory in whatever competition we're in, but it's different this year. There are strong rivalries between clubs in this league, and football is everything to the fans in this country. We have a good winning streak at the moment, which fuels confidence into the players and fans alike, and you can expect us to be there at the very top this season".
    Having been knocked out of the Turkish Shield in the 1st Round by arch rivals Besiktas, the Turkish giants are in the SMFA Champions Cup, the most prestigious competition in the game, and are heading towards qualification with 4 points from the first two games, in a group that contains Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspurs.
    Sinar's men also are competing in the Turkish Cup, which they currently have a bye in the first round, with second round matches kicking off in October.

    (the league table as of 29th July)
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    Squad, Tactics and Transfers
    Sinar met the depleted squad of Fenerbahçe, currently low on players after a series of outgoing transfers, including star players Raul Meireles, Moussa Sow, and Dirk Kuyt. Just one player has come into the squad, defensive midfielder and Argentine International Lucas Biglia.
    Sinar revealed he is in the process of signing a few players, looking for cover in areas that lack competition. "We have bid for one or two players at the moment, how the transfer will go around in the next 24 hours we don't know. After the recent departures of Sow and Kuyt we are a bit exposed in the forward department, so a suitable striker arriving is the main priority".
    "Due to the shortage in centre-backs strong enough to fit into my team, a defender is also needed, due to the fixture congestion we face".
    When asked about if Sinar will play his traditional 4-5-1 formation, a formation which has brought him and his past teams success, the new manager smiled and explained that he is keeping quiet on the formations he will play, but did admit a change in tactics was needed due to the change of play over the last couple of years.
    "We have attackers who we can utilize in formations by playing them on the wings or anywhere on the front line. As the years have gone by, tactics have changed and become more modern. Obviously we will have to adapt to the change and we have the squad to do so".
    Famous for his free-flowing, attacking style of play, Sinar did reveal that he will keep the same momentum going in his teams. "To win games you have to score goals, and in the process of that we will try and play a short passing game which will please the fans. We already have the best goal-scoring record in the division and we will use this to our advantage. Attack and creativity is important, and I shall influence the players to be fluid and play as much as a free-role as possible".

    (Sow and Kuyt celebrating before their departures)
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    Fixtures and Results
    With Fenerbahçe currently 2nd in the League and top of the group in the SMFA Champions Cup, Sinar has faces tough fixtures in his return to management.
    Shortly, Fenerbahçe will take on English side Tottenham Hotspurs in Sinar's first game, and the Englishman has warned his new team of his fellow nations side. "Tottenham are a great team and a team we have to be wary about on the counter. They like to play good football and they are serious about this competition, just as we are".
    Sinar has revealed that in his line up tonight, he has rested a number of vital players and has placed reserve players in the lineup. "We have rested important players for tonight because we would like to focus on the league at the moment. When I have brought in more players we will pose more threat to the Cup, but for the time being I'd like my main squad fully fit".
    Sinar's first league game will be against main rivals Galatasaray away, and Sinar is excited that his return to management will be a big local derby. "It's fantastic for me to come back and witness a glorious local derby. I am no strangers to derbies and I will understand we will have to be at our best to beat a very good side, who is in good form at the moment. It will be a daunting task to go to their ground, infront of a hostile crowd and try and play our game but we will relish the opportunity".

    (Sinar's first five games as Fenerbahçe manager)
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    Captaincy
    Having already assessed the squad, Tom Sinar has quickly announced a change to the setup at the Yellow Canaries in appointing a new captain.
    Portugese international Bruno Alves, who himself arrived not too long before Sinar, has been appointed captain for the current season. The defender, who has 63 caps for the Portugal has been praised by Sinar for his leadership and has been made aware of his duties as captain of Fenerbahçe SK.

    (the new captain of Fenerbahçe SK - Bruno Alves)
    Stick around for more news.



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    Cagliari reacted to Preppens in A Tribute to WC 10000   
    Re: A Tribute to WC 10000
    Well done pal, congratz on winning your first game.
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    Cagliari reacted to SM Tony in My Intro + Little Story :)   
    Re: My Intro + Little Story
    Nice story, i am from Sydney.
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    Cagliari reacted to Gozzy in Italy 14141   
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    Took offer Chievo
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    Cagliari reacted to Geoffrey in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141
    I've taken over as Parma . They have great squad value and their a team I've never managed before on SM. It'll be interesting ! Cagliari, Sassulo, and Bologna were very tempting but I had to go with Parma !
    Thanks Ash!
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    Cagliari reacted to .Dan Martin. in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141
    glad i logged back in when i did:eek:
    anywho's in as udinese & italy, not the best of teams but i've got a huge squad and a pretty sizeable transfer kitty so with a bit of luck should be able to put togehter a half decent team
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    Cagliari got a reaction from steauaseka in A Tribute to WC 10000   
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    Accepted in, playing as PSG looking to turn them around
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    Cagliari reacted to Mr Noisy in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141



    Napoli Announce Senor Noisy


    Noisy (Forum) takes control of SSC Napoli.
    This season your Chairman expects you to mount a serious title challenge.
    SSC Napoli were founded in 1926 and play their home games at San Paolo in Napoli. The club is also known as Partenopei
    Napoli have several rivalries, the most significant of which are with Juventus and Hellas Verona.
    There is also a big rivalry with Roma. In terms of location Napoli and Roma are quite close, together they compete in the Derby del Sole ("Derby of the Sun"), a rivalry which was at its peak in the 1980s
    There are also strong rivalries with Lazio and Atalanta, As well as two local Campanian ones with Salernitana and Avellino.
    Conversely, the fans of Napoli have a long standing friendship with Genoa, which goes back to 1982 and with Palermo and Catania.
    On the last day of the 2006–07 season, the club drew 0–0 with Genoa ensuring both were promoted back into Serie A; Genoa ultras could be seen holding up banners saying "Benvenuto fratello napoletano", meaning "Welcome, Neapolitan brother"



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    Cagliari reacted to ashtini in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141

    My new home



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    Cagliari reacted to Benjo_Benjo in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141

    Only 1 man safe at Milan



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    Cagliari got a reaction from CiaranMc in Italy 14141   
    Re: Italy 14141
    FIORENTINA LATEST


    Mario Gomez was questioned yesterday after a superb 2 goals and a lovely assist to Rossi here's what he had to say when we asked him about the teams plans and ambition for Fiorentina -
    Yesterday's game was just the beginning Rossi & I are going to make for a ruthless combination his MOTM performace was well deserved its very easy to finish off when you get that sort of support from your attacking midfielders.
    I expect to take Fiorentina to the top I believe we can certainly compete with the likes of Milan / Juventus and the other powerhouses of Italy and challenge for a spot in the top 4.
    There's no question about it Italy is the place to be at the moment and in the coming days i wouldn't be surprised to see a few of my former team mates come join me at Fiorentina, I've been in talks with the manager and its looks like he's been given the chairmans full support to go after some of the big names from back home as they are willing to leave having felt like they accomplished everything they could just like me.
    There is no doubt I'm the best target man in Italy at the moment boasted the German international and ill continue to impress for the fans and approval of the manager. G. Rossi & I have personally gone to the chairman and asked to be made unavailable in any sort of deal as well as submitted our own shortlist of players who we would like to see join us here in Fiorentina.




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    Cagliari got a reaction from Mattheww in EC 26335 - New Forum EC - Teams Available!   
    Re: EC 26335 - New Forum EC - Teams Available!
    Hi everyone just taken over Bristol City in the 2nd division currently sitting 8 points out of a play-off spot, lets see if we can get back on track after taking just 4 points in our last 5 games
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    Cagliari got a reaction from CiaranMc in Prizes?   
    Well i wasn't really sure where to post this as i didn't find any answers around, but anyway i was thinking of making a custom game and was just wondering if i included a prize for the season winner (eg. div 1 winner gets 10k SM credits) is this legal or not?
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