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I have no words to describe my disappointment. Based on the results from last season, Inter are worse this season. Inter has not played any tough opponent so far this season as compared to last season. Inter has lost easy points that they should be winning.

Lazio just trashed Palermo by 4 goals while Inter can't even beat them. Inter couldn't beat Cagliari, a team that was last on the table.

Mazz is trash.
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It was a bad day at the office imo, nothing to overreact about. Although for me the problems lie again with the same kind of players. Fact that Vidic is looked to as a consistent player is wrong, Inter needs a another experienced CB who's younger and has quicker reactions who can rotate with Vidic and team with Ranno. Vidic is 32 his bound to struggle at his age and his still trying adapt to the league. I'm not going to compare him with Demichelis but his in the same situation expect not as bad when Demi joined the PL and it took him a long time to settle and its not a surprise to expect it from Vidic. Also Nagatomo is just getting worse, his defensive work is poor and needs to go. He was given the armband and failed beyond belief, I like his attacking ability but he his just a liability at this point and his sending off hurt the team.

Looking onwards I would have liked to see Inter pick up the points but it is what it is and I expect a good performance the next game to redeem themselves but against Fiorentina its not going to be a walk in the park. In fact the next game is against Napoli.
There is no overeaction here. A team like Inter should never be trashed by the last placed team in the league. Losing points against tougher opponents is acceptable but not teams like Palermo.

What's going to happen when Inter face Juve,ROma,Napoli etc?
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it might be different, depending on form, fixture, injuries ect... you never know with big games, remember how Stramas Inter demolished juve after they had a long streak of not losing and against Milan with Sneijder on top form... Maz has surprised me so far in fielding an attacking side and not making the same mistake as going for too many draws like last season, he deservs credit for that... and the fact he has been packing the midfield with likes of Kova and Herna and tried to utilise the midfield... it's just that he has been unlucky with injuries to Palacio, Osvaldo and Herna hasn't had the desired impact he showed last season and Kova and Icardi are still learning and aren't consistent enough... i think this team is capable of achieving great things and not just in the future but also this season... just needs a bit of more time for them to get into rythm and set the bar at a level they're comfortable with, also if Inter can find replacements for Kuz, Jonathan, Nago, Obi, Campo, we could demand a bit more from the team but if those are type of players the coach has to fall back on then it's only normal that we can't expect the same kind of level of performance week in week out... also a star or a ace to replace Palacio would be awesome but i wouldnt mind if the club waited until a great opportunity presented itself...

PS

just watched Romas game tonight and they had Keita and Nain instead of De Rossi and Strootman, even had Destro and Ljajic on the bench... so our team has a good blueprint and are slowly making adjustments, just that we have too many players that are not of the same level or can make sure that at least that the team keeps up a certain level when they replace each other... I'm happy so far with Herna, M'Vila, Dodo and Osvaldo along with Vidic have had so far an impact but the team isn't complete for them to raise Inter up a to that level we want them to... just hope Ausi and Thohir can continue on this rebuild and bring players to the club of the same level as M'Vila, Dodo and Herna and that Icardi and Kova can continue to grow...

http://www.goal.com/en-ca/news/4183/italy/2014/09/28/5140778/mazzarri-accepts-blame-for-inters-humbling-at-hands-of?ICID=HP_BN_9

I like those choice of words. Its just a minor set back imo. We'l be fine
fine like last seasons you mean ??
Lol. I see us finishing top 4 or top 3 this time
1-4 cagliari before halftime. This is terrible. Cagliari always give us trouble for some reason.
the fact that 3 of the goals came from Ekdal, kinda sums up the day...
Wow Strama is really doing well at Udinese so far. Hopefully he can improve and return to Inter one day.

They've played against tough opponents like Lazio,Napoli, Jube etc.
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I was one of Strama's advocates on here. With the team we had and all the aging players, there was nothing much any coach could do to make us get results. Im glad hes doing well, hope it continues.
I had high hopes for Strama as well. I felt bad that he wasn't given the reinforcements he needed.
He had a good spell at Inter as well, but when things went downhill, he couldn't steer Inter in the right direction. I think he should've been given more time at Inter, but I wouldn't say that his acquittal was the wrong thing to do. Plus you're judging him based on 5 games at Udinese. Wait until at least half of the season has passed.
I'm loving the Gary "Pitbull" Medel. The perfect man to have in fornt of a defensive, hard worker. I'm also liking the confidence in Kovacic games nowadays, his showing what's his got. Hopefully Inter can get Palacio up and running again, having another striker and the most consistent one would be an added bonus. 3 points in the bag, FORZA INTER!
Kova and Medel, two players i didn't expect to have such an impact on inters midfield... i thought, hernanes and m'vila would stand out but i guess it's a good thing that inter is this good now but can only get better in the future with further help of improved herna and m... also guarin, which i hope takes a few steps in the same direction that medel is going on right now... still think about his game against Man U in the cl semi's when he was at Porto...
Although Guarin does drive the team forward in a way, he might shoot with no conviction but at least his pushing up and we need that more then ever. I'm hoping Guarin steps his game up and I know he works hard but Inter might need a replacement for him, someone who can make a bigger impact and a much better then Guarin when it comes to attacking with more goals to contribute to the team.
I'm loving how we look defensively these days. Going back to basics and conceding only one goal in 7 games is really impressive. We got this season. Forza Inter!
Ibarbo will be a good test, Juan can perhaps be the one defender that could handle his speed but we'll see how vidic and ranoch work with him to stop him... but still Maz hasn't been holding back and more than often he has been urging the team to attack and the defence has done well to allow for this tactic, albeit with a little help from medel and kova with the strikers putting in a shift... i imagen that's what's tiring the team but it's good that Maz is setting a tone which calls for a certain approach that'll help the team to improve and push them to their limits...
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hope the injury to icardi wasn't too serious and that he'll be back soon, as for palacio i never really give him the credit he deserves but he surely is a class player and the game had Dinpro written all over it and i'm not looking forward to our next game as the team ran out of gas on the 70th min and looks in need of a two weeks break...
That's what happens when mid-week games roll by, its a tough but the team needs to pull together and take chances early on. Calagari have won none of their first 4 games and lets not be the first to give them 3 points.
thought that we'd end up with a draw and Ata will feel hard one by the result but they really gave it their best shot and... that time inter managed to come away with the full points but i can see why you'd be cautious about wasting chances as they could end up costing inter full points or any for that matter...specially with fatigue, wasted chances should be the last thing on their minds...
At least Cambiasso scored against Man. United...pfff
that was an intense game, couldn't believe how Man U got done so by a newly promoted team!
Guarin is absolute trash. He should never be fielded again. I have never in my life seen a player who obviously is no Messi or Sneijder but thinks inside his head that he is. Gave away almost all possession, did birdshots when he should have passed to others with clear cut opennings. What a waste of space this guy is.

-4 pnts already.
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Maz wasn't just throwing around flattery when he said Iachini is a good coach, I've seen inter struggling with creating chances and then in their last serie a game, how good they can be when things go their way but tonight was the first time i saw them struggle defensively! just about lucky to get a point against a much better palermo side...

perhaps that game against Dinpro must've taken its toll on the team, Medel seemed the only one with fresh legs out on the field... but it was just a matter of time before other serie a teams figured out to put a stalker on Kova and stay close to Icardi but this experience could help the team to grow for the future and we did get a point... i would've liked to see kova pushed further up after he was man marked and replaced m'vila with guarin, played 3-4-2-1 with kova and osvaldo just behind icardi but palermo were playing us on the counter and caught out inter few more times than i care to admit so pushing the team more up front could've been risky...
It doesn't seem like the team has improved any. We're at the same spot we were at last year.
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It was tough to watch after coming off a good two games against Dnipro and Sassuolo but then again both sides played were very poor and when Inter faced competition that went at them Inter looked more then shaky, surprised the game ended in a draw, Inter should count themselves lucky. In defense Juan and Naga were poor one was withdrawn from the game and the other couldn't track back, despite Vidic mistake and Rano getting caught out a few times both of them were pulling themselves together as the game went on. My biggest disappointment is not Icardi but Osvaldo, he was easily kept quiet by the CBs and couldn't do much although he did get that late header in, he was in the CBs back pockets for a long periods. He needs to step up a bit more, make a bigger impact in games.

On the positive note, Kovacic scored nice goal and opened the defense a number of times.
Anyone see Roma's planned stadium?
http://www.goal.com/en/news/596/exclusive/2014/09/19/5114765/one-of-europes-best-entertainment-spots-pallotta-presents?ICID=HP_TS_3
Udinese is getting a new stadium as well. Its great, Serie A need new stadiums. Wounder if Inter are going to leave San Siro in the future?
im more curious to see how they'll play tomorrow, hope to see crisetig and longo on the field... smartest thing to do would be to invest with milan but since nowadays stadiums have a larger pool of income then just from ticket sales... it'll be a question of would inter benefit from going solo or is it better to split the shares with milan or is it even possible to share with milan? and if not, who'll get the rights to san siro? as it does have a history and finding a new location that is as good as san siro might be difficult and perhaps it's cheaper to buy out san siro than to build a new stadium from scratch...
I'd prefer to see great players rather than great stadiums...To me the only top player we currently have in Serie A is Pogba
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4
8
1
0
4
5
3
11
4
2
6
0
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3
5
4
8
6
5
11
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2
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5
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11
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2
2
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6
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5
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2
2
5
7
7
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6
6
2
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2
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8
6
3
5
8
3
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5
9
6
-1
3
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3
1
5
10
5
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5
4
2
2
1
5
11
5
-2
5
3
2
2
1
5
12
5
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9
4
2
2
1
5
13
4
-1
8
7
3
1
1
5
14
4
-2
7
5
3
1
1
5
15
4
-5
7
2
3
1
1
5
16
3
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8
5
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0
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17
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14
10
4
0
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5
18
3
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11
6
2
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19
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7
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8
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0
0
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9
0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
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0
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15
0
0
0
0
0
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0
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16
0
0
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0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
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0
0
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19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
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21
0
0
0
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0
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0
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22
0
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0
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24
0
0
0
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0
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25
0
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0
0
0
0
0
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26
0
0
0
0
0
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0
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27
0
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28
0
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0
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0
0
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0
0
0
0
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31
0
0
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0
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0
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32
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
34
0
0
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0
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0
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35
0
0
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0
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36
0
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37
0
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0
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38
0
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39
0
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40
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1
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1
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
3
0
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1
0
1
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