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Post  Thossa on Sat May 01, 2010 8:49 pm

Any news, please? Cool
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Post  Admin on Sat May 01, 2010 9:06 pm

Got some, yes ;-)
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Post  Thossa on Sat May 01, 2010 9:10 pm

Fine santa
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Post  The_Ozzman_Cometh on Mon May 03, 2010 9:19 am

Massimo Cremona won the open against Axel Donval

Olivier Pere won the Vets against Joe Mifsud

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Post  amarantobig on Mon May 03, 2010 12:35 pm

Fiamme Azzurre Roma (series C italian team) won the team tournament! Very Happy
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Post  Admin on Mon May 03, 2010 1:40 pm

amarantobig wrote:Fiamme Azzurre Roma (series C italian team) won the team tournament! Very Happy
Another proff Italy is dominating the world game, in particular int eam events, and the idea of the Europa League is bullshit!
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Post  panagios on Mon May 03, 2010 2:15 pm

why do you say that?
they work hard and they are better than others. There are always two ways to approach this: (a) you work harder and become better, (b) you try to put barriers to the best and you end up pissing them off.

Statistically speaking, and assuming that all people are equally gifted, if you increase one nation's pool of players you end up having more good players. Therefore, the way of beating the Italians is not to forbid them to win but to bring in more players of other nationalities. This is the job of every national federation

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Post  Thossa on Mon May 03, 2010 2:54 pm

I heard a lot of good comments from the last Milton Keynes tournaments, but no available website, no information about results is a bit poor nowadays. Isn´t it?

Nevertheless, FA Roma played already a very good performance at the Major of Mons. Remember? So far, no wonder. Respect to them Exclamation
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Post  kechris on Mon May 03, 2010 4:50 pm

Admin wrote:
amarantobig wrote:Fiamme Azzurre Roma (series C italian team) won the team tournament! Very Happy
Another proff Italy is dominating the world game, in particular int eam events, and the idea of the Europa League is bullshit!

What do you mean with the word 'professional'? What is the difference between a proff team and a no proff team?
Which is your problem? The proffessional team or proffessional italian team?
I insist that the idea for Europa league is perfect. But i am not sure for new BoD's ideas for Europa league. Please don't use bad words for other person's ideas.
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Post  kechris on Mon May 03, 2010 4:54 pm

Do you know the names of the members of Roma's team?
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Post  Admin on Mon May 03, 2010 5:22 pm

I meant "another PROOF Italy is dominating the game". (from the verb "to prove")
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Post  amarantobig on Mon May 03, 2010 5:30 pm

I do not know who took part in the Great Britain GP Milton Keynes, but the formation of Fiamme Azzurre that won the Italian Serie C and was promoted to Serie B was composed of Mifsud, C. Napolitano, Mallia, Napolitano N., Scatamacchia. A very strong team.
However as Panagios says, instead of talking out of turn is best practice to improve!
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Post  kechris on Mon May 03, 2010 5:54 pm

Admin wrote:I meant "another PROOF Italy is dominating the game". (from the verb "to prove")

Ι apologie for my mistake. My bad english... (you forgot this comment in your explanation).

Two international Maltese players in Serie C.!!! This is one more simple proof (i learn fast) that 2 foreign players in clubs are not good for the game.
Maybe this idea is bu----it.
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Re: Great Britain GP Milton Keynes

Post  wrkl on Mon May 03, 2010 9:29 pm

amarantobig wrote:I do not know who took part in the Great Britain GP Milton Keynes, but the formation of Fiamme Azzurre that won the Italian Serie C and was promoted to Serie B was composed of Mifsud, C. Napolitano, Mallia, Napolitano N., Scatamacchia. A very strong team.
However as Panagios says, instead of talking out of turn is best practice to improve!

They beat Cardiff last game.

So, in the final there were 2 Welsh 2 English 2 Maltese and 2 from Italy.

Very cosmopolitan Smile

The semifinalists were Sparta and Neustadt

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Post  colin lewis on Tue May 04, 2010 4:14 pm

congratulations to F A ROMA who beat us cardiff in the final 2-1 and thats cardiff WALES NOT GB!!!!Its was a very good event with some tough games and fiamme azzurre are a very good side.

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Post  Thossa on Tue May 04, 2010 11:11 pm

colin lewis wrote:WALES NOT GB!!!!

Oi, wot?

Wales is not part of Great Britain together with England and Scotland? Suspect
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Post  maxischn on Thu May 06, 2010 9:42 pm

it's like the same thing with (west)germany and the DDR thossa Very Happy
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Re: Great Britain GP Milton Keynes

Post  Eoin on Mon May 10, 2010 1:17 pm

Wales is communist? Laughing
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Re: Great Britain GP Milton Keynes

Post  soxy on Sat Jul 03, 2010 2:46 pm

The event was a good one and our team managed to beat teams like Neustadt who in other events like Bologna and Rome reached semi finals, and Rochfort who although not having Valery Dejardin in the side still had a good team with Jean-Marie and Emanuel Gorgette from France and other good talented players in the team. So before pointing some fingers out and not to defend the italians, people have to face in a mirror and decide if they want to improve, perform better or just stay pin pointing and discussing on forums!
Italian side of Fiamme Azzurre from Serie C for those who did not notice are in the 18th World Ranking position who managed to escalate 35 positions as from the beginning of the season. Fiamme Azzurre drew twice with Charleroi in MONS and only lost by goal difference at the quarter finals. The italian side has 2 maltese players & it is a fact, but what should be said about other clubs having 3 or more foreigners in the same side when only 2 can playing, leaving out players from the side just for the sake of not allowing other clubs to strengthen up!

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