Serie A 2012/13, match week 6 what is worth to see

Happiness

The next match week, the one which starts tomorrow is the most interesting so far and by far. First of all there is the mother of all the rivalry and of the arguments in the Serie A, the terrific Juventus – AS Roma.

09/29/12
Parma AC Milan 18:00
Juventus Roma 20:45
09/30/12
Inter Milan Fiorentina 20:45
Tomorrow there are two good matches, Parma is a team well-trained by Donadoni and AC Milan is still now in trouble, whatever its management says. The Parma’s manager, I’m sure, will put up a tough match for his former team (as a player), there is the question about the third match in 7 days and how a little club like Parma will face it, but that’s true for every team on the pitch. At 20,45 the big match, between two teams that really hate each other, Zeman during the 90s show at the world of football that Juventus were doping its players (Vialli, Ferrara, Del Piero, etc); that was a shock, later the magistrature found that the Juventus was up to no good, but at that time doping was not a serious crime and the prescription saved its management, still today Juventus is angry for that scandal, and obviously not with the former president, or the doctors, or every one else, no, with Zeman who make the scandal explode…that’s Italy.
Anyway Juventus is the favourite to get the 3 points tomorrow, but Roma is like his manager absolutely unpredictable and tomorrow could really happen anything.
Next day there is only one interesting match, the last one between Inter and Fiorentina, the Tuscany team has made since now a great championship, they’re a real surprise, good players and a good manager, but I think that on Sunday they’ll pay the effort to try to beat Juventus on Wednesday, so in my opinion Inter with a larger number of skilled players is the favourite.

Serie A, on match day 4 and match week 5 what is worth to see

Already 4 goals this season

Another glorious page of Italian football has been recently written by the volcanic Cagliari owner Massimo Cellino. He doesn’t own a stadium, he used to rent the one in Cagliari, then he had heavily criticised the local council that had failed to improve its structures, but he had failed to pay the rent…so he decided to move to the near city of Quartu Sant’Elena, but there they’ve failed since now to meet the security requirements thus they have to play without audience, but Cellino had the great idea to push his supporters to go to the stadium even though the local authorities had denied the authorization, to avoid riots or any incident, the match was put off, and now Cagliari has got this match lost 0-3 by decision of sportive justice in favour of AS Roma. Cellino is still crying that he’s been misunderstood, but there are a lot of news on his official website, and he’s attacking AS Roma because they got the match won. In a few words: it’s not his fault, it’s someone else fault. Meanwhile Cagliari is going to play the next matches at Quartu without audience or in the very far Trieste. In Serie A a tournament that has recently sold the right to broadcast its matches for over a billion of Euro, we’ve got teams without a pitch where to play. That’s inconceivable!

Anyway Juventus has got an astonishing start of season, winning against Chievo, a well organised team; SS Napoli and Lazio lost easy points; Inter and Milan have been going to the dogs. What really upsets me is that Stramaccioni, Internazionale’s manager, is so sad when he lost that you want to do something in order to cheer him up…but then you think how much he earns and stop worrying about it…Udinese has finally got a victory…and to make a slight deviation from the Italian football, I watched Bastia-PSG on Saturday, and I was really happy to acknowledge that Ancelotti is starting to get something from his team. PSG played well for the large part of the match, showing ideas and playing like a team. I am happy for the legendary Italian manager, go ahead Carletto!

The 5th match week has some really interesting match to see, remember that they’re playing tomorrow and not next week-end:

09/25/12
Fiorentina Juventus 20:45
09/26/12
Napoli Lazio 20:45
AC Milan Cagliari 20:45
Fiorentina-Juventus is a classical match, and both club hate each other, for historical reasons (Roberto Baggio move in the 90s) and for more recent one (the Berbatov affaire), moreover they play really well both, so for tomorrow keep yourself free. Napoli-Lazio is another big match, they’ve started the season well, but Mazzarri’s team has always the same problems when it needs to control a game and Lazio as soon as tries to make a little bit of turnover got a defeat, showing an unreliable Zarate, as usual. However it could be a great football match to see, I am also curious to see how Petkovic will face it. The last match I suggest to watch is because when you see a team in a crisis so deep like AC Milan you can never tell where it will end, the last match they lost 2-1 and got 2 red cards, this time without Allegri (disqualified) they play against Cagliari, a team that could have been deeply touched by the recent scandal of their match first put off and then lost for 0-3. So have a nice match day!