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#1 woocheeZZa

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Posted 31 August 2005 - 23:42

hvala ti Gospode, sto me stvori kao Romanistu!

ovaj topic je namenjen dobrim ljudima, koji osecaju isto sto i ja...

MAGICA ROMA!!!

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#2 8-Walker

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Posted 01 September 2005 - 16:02

ova sezona mi mirise na dobro .. ne znam zasto .. cist instikt.

#3 SkewSoul

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Posted 01 September 2005 - 16:29

Konačno pravi topic na pravom mestu!!! :huh:

Pouzdano znam da u Beogradu i Srbiji ima dosta Romanista, i mislim da bi bilo super da se skupi bar deset ljudi, i da se registruje neki fan club u formi NGO-a. Na taj način se mogu sklopiti dobri kontakti sa vođama pojedinih grupa sa Curva Sud, pa jednog dana putovanje na neke tekme i tsl. Recimo, sada u Solunu igramo sa Arisom u Kupu Uefa... No - o tom potom. Za sada se možemo izorganizovati za neka viđanja, razmenu šalova, dresova i tsl...

Što se tiče ove sezone, imam neki fenomenalan osećaj. Svi su nas otpisali, samo se govori o "severnom triju"... Neka se ponovi 2001. godina!

POZDRAV SVIM POKLONICIMA NAJLEPŠIH BOJA OVE PLANETE - BOJE SUNCA & BOJE KRVI I SRCA KOJE KUCA SAMO ZA ROMU!

SAMO JE JEDAN KAPITEN KOJI OD PETLIĆA DO PENZIJE IGRA U SVOM GRADU!

SAMO JE JEDAN KLUB KOJI TITULU SLAVI SA MILION LJUDI NA ULICAMA!

btw, posle dve godine lutanja, diadora je konačno uspela da napravi dres koji je zaista prelep. Nemamo ni reklamu, što je super estetski (malo manje super finansijski)... A Barca se prodala Kinezima :lol:

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#4 SkewSoul

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Posted 01 September 2005 - 16:55

Mada je Kappin iz 2001. ipak neprevaziđen :lol:

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#5 WestHamUnited

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Posted 04 September 2005 - 01:13

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Slike govore hiljadu reci...

#6 srdjann

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Posted 04 September 2005 - 07:32

To da se srpski nacionalisti lože na fašiste nisi morao da dokumentuješ fotkama... To znamo i bez njih.

Nego kada smo već kod Rome i Lacija... Pre par godina švrljao ja po navijačkim sajtovima i naletim na neki sajt nekih Romanista na kome u rubrici o Lacijalima piše sledeće: "šta reći za klub koji je, kada je osnovan, mogao za sebe da uzme ime Roma, ali ne – osnivači su ga nazvali LACIO" :lol:

Umro sam od smeja... :lol:

#7 Tadino

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Posted 04 September 2005 - 11:24

Kako sam samo našnjofao ovo fašističko govno, nevjerojatno.

#8 SkewSoul

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Posted 04 September 2005 - 22:08

Pa dobro, bilo je i za očekivati da će se odmah javiti i neki naziali... Logično, u Srbiji ih je pun kurac. Međutim, u Srbiji je sve naopačke, navijači klubova sa komunističkim imenima pevaju pesme ratnih neprijatelja svojih osnivača, nije ni čudo da neki šizofreni lik koji kao druka radnički West Ham Utd. može da gotivi S.S.nazio.

U Rimu se makar od vajkada zna - postoje plebejci i patricije, postoje komunisti i fašisti. postoji urbani i radnički rim i postoje okolna "aristokratska" brdašca gde pasu ovce. postoje ROMANISTI, i postoji lazio koji nam redovno čini felacio!

SMRT FAŠIZMU!

Edited by SkewSoul, 05 September 2005 - 17:45.


#9 WestHamUnited

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 00:05

Ne znam zasto toliko volite da mesate politiku i sport. Jel to sto ste levicari pa treba da navijate za Romu il sta?

ps. West Ham jeste radnicki klub ali to ne znaci i da je levicarski. BNP je upravu u Istocnom Londonu dobio najvise glasova. Lazio je isto tako klub sirotinje...ma kakve nebuloze spominjali neki nasi komentatori....

Edited by WestHamUnited, 05 September 2005 - 00:10.


#10 woocheeZZa

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 17:22

romanisti jesu tradicionalno levicari... medjutim, na curva sud ima i desnicarskih grupa kao sto su boysi, tradizione distinzione i mnoge druge. recimo, kada smo igrali protiv livorna, koji je 100% komunisticki tim, neke grupe su ih podjebavali sa "duce, duce"... ali u odnosu na klasicni skinheads fasizam sa curva nord, romanisti su marxisti :lol: pogotovo je levicarska starija ekipa, poceci CUCS iz sedamdesetih i osamdesetih, a verovatno se samo klinci loze na neku desnicarsku ikonografiju. uostalom, benito musolini je bio vatreni fan SS Nazia.

#11 woocheeZZa

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Posted 05 September 2005 - 17:41

btw, poslednja primer koji potvrdjuje pravilo kako je roma NESTO SASVIM DRUGACIJE jeste vest da je damiano tomasi potpisao novi ugovor po kojem mu je plata 1500 evra mesecno! "roma je bila verna meni kada mi je bilo najteze, a sada je na mene red!"
iygleda da i sa cassanom stvari idu na bolje, jer je na poslednjoj trening utakmici primavere tri hiljade tifoza aplaudiralo antoniu u vreme kada se lomi da li ce potpisati novi ugovor...

UNICA E MAGICA ROMA, PER SEMPRE!

#12 WestHamUnited

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Posted 06 September 2005 - 01:10

tommasiju svaka cast. malo je pravih fudbalera ostalo. doduse isto je uradio i dicanio prosle sezone...

#13 Nikola21

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Posted 06 September 2005 - 08:24

romanisti jesu tradicionalno levicari... medjutim, na curva sud ima i desnicarskih grupa kao sto su boysi, tradizione distinzione i mnoge druge. recimo, kada smo igrali protiv livorna, koji je 100% komunisticki tim, neke grupe su ih podjebavali sa "duce, duce"... ali u odnosu na klasicni skinheads fasizam sa curva nord, romanisti su marxisti :lol: pogotovo je levicarska starija ekipa, poceci CUCS iz sedamdesetih i osamdesetih, a verovatno se samo klinci loze na neku desnicarsku ikonografiju. uostalom, benito musolini je bio vatreni fan SS Nazia.

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Bolje levicari nego desnicari, kao fasisticki Lazio!

benito musolini je bio vatreni fan SS Nazia

Nije samo bio navijac, vec im je dao grb, podigao stadion, uzdigao ekipu i ne secam se sta jos...

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#14 SkewSoul

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Posted 06 September 2005 - 12:40

Roma set up Cassano talks (channel4)

Roma will meet with Antonio Cassano’s agent on Friday in their latest attempt to extend his contract.

Giallorossi officials will entertain Giuseppe Bozzo in a desperate assault to not lose their £20m signing for nothing next summer.

Cassano is only tied to the capital outfit until June 2006 and the two parties have so far failed to iron out any sort of deal.

With the player’s much anticipated transfer to Juventus failing to materialise, Roma are now focused on reaching some sort of agreement with the talent.

The main stumbling block in negotiations is the vast amount of difference between the club’s offer and the player’s desire.

The 2001 Scudetto winners are ready to hand the former Bari sensation a five-year contract worth around £2.4m a season.

However, the highly rated Cassano is looking for a contract worth around £3.4m for each term.

A solution could be found if Roma agree to insert a release clause which would allow the player to leave at the end of this season for between £6m and £8m.

That would allow the club to not lose Cassano for free and would ensure that the starlet plays regularly in World Cup year, rather than watch most games from the bench as ‘punishment’ for not extending.

Roma are hopeful a deal can be done and club official Bruno Conti is confident that the player has archived his tough summer.

"Antonio is re-finding his serenity and we are optimistic about the future," he stated.

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#15 SkewSoul

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Posted 06 September 2005 - 12:44

Reggina 0-3 Roma (soccernet)

REGGIO CALABRIA, August 28 (Serie A) - Roma's bid to put the nightmare of last season behind them got off to the best possible start on Sunday as they cruised to an impressive victory at Reggina.

The 2004/05 campaign was one to forget for the Giallorossi. They had four coaches, crashed out of the Champions League at the group stage in disgrace following crowd misdemeanours and flirted with relegation from Serie A before finally finishing eighth.

Former Udinese coach Luciano Spalletti was brought in to restore some order to a seemingly unruly squad and the early signs appear promising, certainly on this evidence.

Roma looked assured and confident and were worthy winners.

Alessandro Mancini put the visitors ahead on the half hour mark and Daniele De Rossi doubled the lead immediately after the interval.

Reggina's chances of getting back into the game were effectively ended by the 63rd-minute dismissal of Carlos Paredes for a needless and indisciplined elbow in the face of Simone Perrotta.

Shabani Nonda, a summer recruit from Monaco, added the gloss on a fine day for Roma in the final minute.

Spalletti would have demanded a good start from his charges and they obliged by getting on top in the early stages.

Indeed, they could have taken the lead in the third minute when Francesco Totti, so long Roma's talisman, missed the target from the edge of the area after a fine cross from Christian Panucci.

Perrotta was next to try his luck but shot over the bar from 15 yards.

Giovanni Tedesco threatened Roma's domination with a shot which Gianluca Curci saved easily before Roma got back on top only to be denied by home keeper Ivan Pelizzoli's save from Rodrigo Taddei's effort.

It was a brief reprieve for Reggina as Roma went ahead from their next attack.

Amaranto defender Gaetano De Rosa lost possession near his own area to Vincenzo Montella, whose lob was partially saved by Pelizzoli and Mancini gratefully tapped the rebound into an empty net.

Totti could have made it 2-0 seven minutes later but shot straight at Pelizzoli from a good position.

Roma were well on top and Montella ought to have done better than shoot wide five minutes before the break.

There must have been concern at the interval that those wasted opportunities would come back to haunt Roma but Spalletti's half-time team-talk obviously did the trick as they moved further ahead just after the resumption.

Totti's free-kick picked out De Rossi and the young midfielder burst into the Reggina area before slipping the ball through Pelizzoli's legs and into the net.

Reggina's target this season is to avoid the drop but they will have to improve both their play and self-control if that objective is to be achieved.

At two-goals behind, they were still in the match but the sending-off of Paredes killed their hopes.

Tedesco, easily Reggina's best player, did his utmost to spark a revival, forcing Curci into a fine save before creating another chance for Rolando Bianchi.

But fittingly it was Roma who had the final say when Nonda, a 73rd-minute replacement for Montella, marked his debut with a goal after more fine work from Totti.

A SAD, UDINESE NA OLIMPICU! NADAM SE DA IH SPALETTI DOBRO POZNAJE :lol:

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