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A quick interview with Bari boss Ricky Eaton which may interest some of you.

 

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"We adopted a more direct style soon after down the flanks due to not having a target man up front."?????
Can anyone explain please?I always struggled with the Barese dialect! Lol

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Short passing game abandoned - All Clapton's fault  :D



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Bari's name come from the Italian side called Bari FC from back in the 90's when Roberto Baggio and David Platt played for them in Serie A. One of our committee members was a big fan of them and when it came to naming the Sunday side he insisted on being called Bari FC.
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Roberto Baggio never played for Bari..... That was a yo yo club up and from Serie B.

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Roberto Baggio
Personal information
Full name Roberto Baggio
Date of birth 18 February 1967 (age 46)
Place of birth Caldogno, Italy
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Second Striker
Attacking Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps† (Gls)†
1982–1985 Vicenza 36 (13)
1985–1990 Fiorentina 94 (39)
1990–1995 Juventus 141 (78)
1995–1997 Milan 51 (12)
1997–1998 Bologna 30 (22)
1998–2000 Internazionale 41 (12)
2000–2004 Brescia 95 (45)
Total 488 (221)
National team
1988–2004 Italy 56 (27)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

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I stand corrected



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No problem mate.People like you do a great service to Non League football and is only a bit of joke no harm to anyone.This forum used to be great once. Need an injection of banter!!!Smallsy get them back!Lets be having ya! Lol

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I remember in the 80's when Bari signed both Gordon Cowans & Paul Rideout from Aston Villa.

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Probably all be be irrelevant eventually anyway as Bari will be pulling out of the ESL , they only need to infirm the committee to make it official.



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If that's the case then someone at the FA must answer few questions... How on earth they admitted 3 merging Sunday league without own ground sides, into a step 5 League ahead of 70 Essex Olympian sides at step 7?I do feel for Redbridge... It might all end up in tears. Wait and see.

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The FA does very little to regulate at this level.

The ESL might be better equipped to explain, particularly as regards the 'ground share'.



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A big fine for Bari if they leave League past March 31st deadline although I doubt very much if that will bother them. 



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the Rumanians are coming in as well and as they are probably going to be comprised solely of Rumanians I will give them a shelf life of 2 or 3 years at this level


Edited by manontheinside, 27 May 2013 - 10:05 PM.


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Man on the inside. ... funny you should mention FC Romania as I have an interview with their boss coming up

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For season 2014-15 there is also a team called London Lazio that is planning to apply to the ESL. They come from Chingford.

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A quick word with Ion Vintila (chairman, manager and founder of FC Romania) - http://thecoldend.bl...on-vintila.html



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I heard they signed Cornel Dinu,Jon Jonescu from Metrom Brasov and Dudu Georgescu from Farul Constanta.Another good signing is Corneliu Buterchi from Bacau a good forward and Adrian Baldovin defender from Dacia-Unirea Braila.Ah our cousins from the Eastern Roman Empire!!!




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