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01 July 2011 @ 04:38 pm

I know nobody reads this comm any more, but I needed to share my stupefaction with the official announcement.

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03 June 2011 @ 07:13 pm
[01 - 74] Smallville - Season 10 (episodes #10.12-10.21)
[75 - 126] Castle  - Season 3 (episodes #3.16-3.24)

[127 - 170] Inter FC (mostly of the Italian cup final)


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10 April 2011 @ 08:04 pm

I don't know what the occasion was, but Javi and his family dressed up as characters from Alice in Wonderland. Javi was the recent film version of the Mad Hatter.

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23 December 2010 @ 08:08 pm
I think some of you might have noticed this already, but we seem to have mislaid a Rafa.

Edit: and we've found a Leonardo Araujo! /o\ Great. Now I'll have to try to find nice things to say about him...
[1 - 35] FC Inter - mostly from the FIFA Club World Cup
1 Samuel Eto'o wallpaper
1 FIFA Club World Cup wallpaper


eto'o-1280 campioni-mondo-1280
We won with our heads and our hearts ... Today we showed all our determination and character. ) e0wyn 
In honor of the first hat trick Deki scored yesterday with the Inter shirt, I decided to pay a little homage to him by making the following:
  • 1 Dejan Stankovic wallpaper
  • 6 icons variation from the wallpaper


The rest is under here ) @ e0wyn 
05 November 2010 @ 05:37 pm

(Biabiany is sort of a big deal, ok?)

In the last week or so, there have been two uncommonly good (IMO) articles about Inter players in the English language press. So, in case everyone hasn't already see them: The first is by Ligue 1 and French football expert Ben Lyttleton, explores the rise of Biabiany, and examines the reasons he was totally ignored by French academies.
Biabiany is a rarity in the French game: he did not come through any academy system, and had no formal coaching in his early years. Instead, he was playing in the youth teams at Blanc-Mesnil, a northern suburb of Paris whose teams play in the amateur leagues. Biabiany was 15 when his Blanc-Mesnil side took on Red Star Paris, went 4-0 down but won the match 6-4, with Biabiany scoring four. Inter had a scout at the game -- he was killing time while on another scouting mission -- and he was impressed. "Two days later, I got a letter from them and two weeks after that, I had a trial there," Biabiany told L'Equipe.
The second, just published today, is by Piers Edwards, a man who knows more about African football than 98% of English speakers, and who makes a great, well-informed case for Sammy being the best striker in the word right now.
Across Europe, there are dozens of strikers in good form (Nicolas Anelka and Fernando Llorente to name but two) but I guess the question, in true pub banter style, is this: if you had to choose a striker to convert a chance upon which your life depended, who would it be? I know mine.
Biabiany tag, please, mods? Thank you!
Yesterday night I went to Milan to watch the "Fiorello Show Live" (Fiorello is a very popular Italian showman - and a huge Inter fan btw). Among the audience, there were Cordoba & Zanetti and Milan's manager Massimiliano Allegri too.

Towards the end of the show, Fiorello called Cordoba and Allegri on the stage (Zanetti had to leave early) in order to sing in an impromptu karaoke session.

This is the video I took, below the cut you can find a little explanation of the parts in Italian ;)

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If someone by chance wants to repost the video on some AC Milan community it's okay, just let me know in the comments:)
Current Location: Italy
Current Music: Fiorello Show Milano - Cordoba & Allegri (22/10/2010)
29 September 2010 @ 10:06 pm

Coutinho has been talking to Fifa about his progress at Inter and how he’s getting on with the players, particularly IRC.

It was not long before the former Liverpool manager was heaping praise on the teenager - praise that has been echoed by experienced Serie A observers and Coutinho’s team-mates, among them Colombian defender Ivan Cordoba: “He has a lot of technical ability and you can see he wants to play the right way. He’s also down-to-earth and relaxed, and he always makes himself available on the pitch.”

The dribble wizard, who was already taking language classes back in Rio de Janeiro, has also been brushing up his Italian, with Cordoba promising to help him expand his vocabulary. “He taught me two words in the first training session, both of them to do with man-marking,” explained the eager student. “He said he’d give me a couple more the following day.”

(Link here. PS Coutinho tag, mods?)
[01 - 10] Wesley Sneijder (National Team - The Netherlands)
[11 - 33] Inter (2010/11)

2 wallpapers/headers (Milito+general)


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