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Old 25-05-2003, 07:48 AM   #31
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Piacenza 4 - 2 Milan

Hubner 5, 82 (P), Maresca pen 16 (P), Brocchi pen 29, 91 (M), Marchionni 31 (P)

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Piacenza are already relegated, but wanted to give the home fans a good sending off. Dario Hubner broke the deadlock within five minutes with a fine volley from eight yards on Davide Baiocco's centre.

Milan rested almost their entire squad and essentially fielded the youth team in their final Serie A match of the season.

Piacenza doubled their lead soon after from the spot when Stefano dragged back Hubner. Enzo Maresca stepped up to successfully convert the penalty.

The referee also pointed to the spot at the other end of the field when Vittorio Tosto held back Ibrahim Ba by his shirt. Christian Brocchi drilled home to put Milan back in it.

The scoreline lasted for all of 60 seconds before Marco Marchionni rose to nod in a Tosto cross.

Milan's youth team was not up to the task and Hubner scored another low drive on the counter-attack.

Brocchi salvaged a moment of dignity in stoppage time with a wonderful looping effort from the edge of the box that slotted into the top corner.


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Piacenza: Guardalben; Gurenko, Cristante, Campagnaro, Tosto; Marchionni (Ferrarese 46), Di Francesco, Maresca, Baiocco; Patrascu (Babatunde 63), Hubner

Milan: Fiori; Helveg, Laursen, Stefani (Del Bello 46), Aubameyang (Pastrello 61); Ba, Redondo, Dalla Bona, Brocchi; Matri (Bortolotto 71), Piccolo

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Old 25-05-2003, 07:48 AM   #32
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Final Table of Serie A

Juventus - 72 pts (Champion League)
Inter - 65 (Champion League)
Milan - 61 (Champion League)
Lazio - 60 (Champion League)
Parma - 56 (UEFA Cup)
Udinese - 56 (UEFA Cup)
Chievo - 55
Roma - 49 (UEFA Cup)
Brescia - 42
Perugia - 42
Bologna - 41
Empoli - 38
Atalanta - 38
Reggina - 38
Modena - 38
Piacenza (R) - 30
Como (R) - 24
Torino (R) - 21
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Old 25-05-2003, 07:49 AM   #33
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Top Scorer of Serie A

Vieri Christian (Inter) - 24 (2 pens)
Mutu Adrian (Parma) - 18 (3)
Inzaghi Filippo (Milan) - 17 (1)
Del Piero Alessandro (Juventus) - 16 (6)
Adriano (Parma) - 15
Hubner Dario (Piacenza) - 14 (1)
Totti Francesco (Roma) - 14 (2)
Lopez Claudio (Lazio) - 14 (4)
Di Natale Antonio (Empoli) - 13
Signori Beppe (Bologna) - 12 (5)
Baggio Roberto (Brescia) - 12 (4)
Bonazzoli Emiliano (Parma/Reg) - 10
Cruz Julio (Bologna) - 10 (1)
Doni Cristiano (Atalanta) - 10 (3)
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Old 26-05-2003, 04:56 AM   #34
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i am so glad to see my thread around with the help of inter fans some more. ac milan is back with some of their recent performances. good one i must say put them back where they belong. attacking is their best bet for the cup and they better push forward from the start.
i foresee that ac milan will win the time but it will be in extra time. hope more stupid people back juve to win and bet on singapore pools then i will wait till the last min to bet on ac milan confirm best odds like how people bet real to win against juve in turin. siao.
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Old 29-05-2003, 06:04 AM   #35
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ac milan is the euporean champions we deserve to be up there upz:bounce: .
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Old 29-05-2003, 09:45 AM   #36
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Great work by Dida
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Old 29-05-2003, 09:59 AM   #37
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Old 29-05-2003, 10:15 AM   #38
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Hi!

Can anyone tell me why Filippo Inzaghi is often in an offside position (ala the offside king)?

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Old 29-05-2003, 02:04 PM   #39
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congrats AC Milan
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Old 29-05-2003, 02:25 PM   #40
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Originally posted by Kiwi8
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Can anyone tell me why Filippo Inzaghi is often in an offside position (ala the offside king)?

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his brother simone inzaghi also another offside king....
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Old 30-05-2003, 06:56 PM   #41
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Originally posted by Kiwi8
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Can anyone tell me why Filippo Inzaghi is often in an offside position (ala the offside king)?

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He was just hoping that out of so many offside, some will go unspotted, which will result in goal.
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Old 04-06-2003, 07:39 PM   #42
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Hey, how come no more post in this thread??? Where are all Milan fans??? We should be talking about all the possible transfer now....
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Old 05-06-2003, 04:03 PM   #43
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After Cafu, the next best signing for them is Legrotaglie. Tall, proven, great potential, a perfect successor for our captain, Paolo Maldini !

The young striker Borriello will be back too (I must admit that this guy really handsome, standing side-by-side, Beckham has no chance!!)
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Old 05-06-2003, 04:30 PM   #44
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Kaka is almost a sure thing...

I hope Chivu will come sooner so that he cn learn from the great Paolo....
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Old 05-06-2003, 04:41 PM   #45
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Kaka goin to Milan? Sure or not...
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