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Ch 4 came up with this list of top 10 traitors

10. Josè Altafini
Milan, Napoli, Juventus

‘Core ‘ngrato’ – Ungrateful Heart – they labelled him in Napoli after he helped Juventus secure the Scudetto against the Azzurri. The Brazilian had also played for Milan earlier in his career before joining the Campani, for whom he wore the shirt for seven seasons prior to his switch to the Bianconeri. His actions were seen as outrageous by the passionate Naples fans.

9. Cristiano Lucarelli
Torino, Livorno, Shakhtar Donetsk

The story of Cristiano Lucarelli is a unique one. He once turned down an offer of £1m from Torino in order to play for Livorno, his beloved home team, and then when everything was set-up for a comfortable retirement he left the Amaranto to move to Ukraine for a ludicrous contract. In Livorno they still wonder what was going on in his head.

8. Antonio Conte
Lecce, Bari

The rivalry between Lecce and Bari shouldn’t be underestimated. The former Giallorossi Captain, who went on to become a Juventus hero, made the colossal error of coaching Bari. It didn’t go down well with the Salentini fans, who organised a raid and physically attacked him after a beach-soccer game last summer. Ouch.

Aldo Serena
Torino, Juventus, Milan, Inter

Aldo Serena played for Torino, Juventus, Milan and Inter – and it must be said it can’t get any worse than this. He did win lots of Scudetti but still he cannot be regarded as an example to follow. For most supporters he was just a mercenary and crossing two divided cities gave them all the reasons in the world to think that.

6. Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Juventus, Inter

What’s the best way to cheer up the fans when your team has just been relegated to Serie B? Perhaps not the one chosen by the wise Swede who came out on the day of Juve’s demotion and expressed his desire to join Inter or Milan. But as he later explained it was only for the Bianconeri’s sake. Well that makes it okay.

5. Federico Balzaretti
Torino, Juventus, Fiorentina

When a Captain, Granata born and bred, leaves his own team to join their city rivals then something must have gone seriously wrong. After suffering demotion to Serie B with Toro, Federico Balzaretti joined Juventus – who went on to be relegated themselves. To complete his disastrous transfer catalogue the ‘black sheep’ joined Juve’s rivals Fiorentina. Unlucky or karma?

4. Marco Tardelli
Juventus, Inter

As a footballer Marco Tardelli gave all he had for the Bianconeri cause. When his career was over though he changed radically and went on to Coach Inter. For years he fought against his former team but then became a member of the Old Lady’s administrative arm. Strongly criticised by his former fans, the confused Tardelli quit his job in less than a year.

3. Roberto Baggio
Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Inter

‘Il Divin Codino' was forced to sign for Fiorentina’s rivals Juventus, but he showed dignity when the he refused the opportunity to take a penalty against La Viola. Still the way he left Turin to join Milan and then even Inter was incredibly disrespectful. For the Old Lady’s fans, who so intensely loved him, it was like being stabbed in the back.

2. Christian Vieri
Torino, Juventus, Lazio, Inter, Milan, Sampdoria

How the hell did Christian Vieri acquire so many teams in his career? 'Bobo' played for 13 clubs over 17 years collecting enemies from city to city. Once a Granata then a Bianconero, he also played for both Inter and Milan. Hated by Sampdoria, Fiorentina and Atalanta fans, Christian didn’t do himself any favours when he told the Press he was more man than any Italian journalist...

1. Ronaldo
Inter, Milan

'Il Fenomeno' is by far the traitor of traitors. After his knee injury Inter gave him all the support he needed and what did Ronnie do in return? He left for Real Madrid – he had previously played for Barcelona! – slamming the door at San Siro on his way. The Brazilian went over the top when he returned to Italy to play for hated rivals Milan. Ronaldo is also the only player to have scored for both sides in the Derby della Madonnina, a unique record and an infamous one as well.
 

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Absolutely....absolutely wrong

Nothing can be compaired to what Ibra did in the summer 2006:
going to the rival team that is stealing your team's title, while accusing you of rubbery

BTW:
HOW TO FEEL when you accuse others to steal, but you buy their players ??

Ronaldo's :
it was different. The worst thing he did was to let Inter in 2002, after the World Cup victory.......... that was the big breaking off: Interists started hating him since then


When he came back to Ac Milan he was not more at his top, and it was clear that was to conclude the career....different from what Ibra did in 2006


I think more than him was R.BAGGIO in 1990:
but just for the supporters' feeling.....actually, there's not rivalry between JUVE and Fiorentina...there are 2 or 3 cathegories between the two teams
 

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Absolutely....absolutely wrong

Nothing can be compaired to what Ibra did in the summer 2006:
going to the rival team that is stealing your team's title, while accusing you of rubbery

BTW:
HOW TO FEEL when you accuse others to steal, but you buy their players ??

Ronaldo's :
it was different. The worst thing he did was to let Inter in 2002, after the World Cup victory.......... that was the big breaking off: Interists started hating him since then


When he came back to Ac Milan he was not more at his top, and it was clear that was to conclude the career....different from what Ibra did in 2006


I think more than him was R.BAGGIO in 1990:
but just for the supporters' feeling.....actually, there's not rivalry between JUVE and Fiorentina...there are 2 or 3 cathegories between the two teams
You're forgetting one thing. While Ibra did leave juve at a tumoltuous time, Ronaldo has since, been injured and fat, training to get to playing form back in Brazil, in the club he professed his love to, Flamengo, and after getting fit, he signed to Corinthians. How's that for loyalty...?
 

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Absolutely....absolutely wrong

Nothing can be compaired to what Ibra did in the summer 2006:
going to the rival team that is stealing your team's title, while accusing you of rubbery

BTW:
HOW TO FEEL when you accuse others to steal, but you buy their players ??
:thumbsup:
"Onesti"................................................:fyou:
 
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