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I saw this coming.It was crystal clear there was no way of advancing from group stage with this type of display. I mentioned right after draw that we had to win PSV at home to have some hope. Strangely enough we drew Barca at San Siro and had a good chance of going thru, but we missed it as everyone who watches our last 4-5 games would tell how horrible we play. There is no where to go after this. Waiting for another season?? LOL
After 6 years without CL and landing in the same group as Barca and Spurs, Inter played and you can't fault PSV and Spurs as they are a good teams, the difference was Icardi was in form when they last played both Spurs and PSV in their previous wins, Barca are mystery to me and also Spurs have been gaining form whilst Inter started losing it, there is still much to play for as the season isn't over yet and Serie A will surely get lively, specially after the christmas break as most smaller teams will be rejuvenated and raring to play... a couple of wins from Inter and CL will be long forgotten, truth is Inter are too relient on Icardi and the last 16 have too big of a teams than Inter can manage to chew off not untill the semi-finals does it become hard to predict which teams will go through... they only have Napoli to face before the end of this half of the season and than a run of games against teams below them in the table before the second derby madonna, remember the result of the last derby? the same with CL, it'll be long forgotten by than...
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Its not like people expected Inter to go through. When Inter was put in that group, it was going to take a miracle to get us out of the group and despite the few wins and having a good chance to go into the R16, when the form dipped in the league, it looked like the UCL run was done. Credit to PSV tho, they play much better than the results show.

Despite the results, their is still a lot to play for, now Inter can focus on Serie A and finish in the top 4. I don't know what the plans are in January but would be nice if Inter can bring in a striker who can give Inter some goals other than Icardi.
We continue our shitty performances, and I can already see we are losing Icardi, Skinar and Brozovic next season. No way they stay one another season just to HOPE to win something here.
Inter deserved to beat Roma tbf, I thought we should have won but they put up a good fight back but I didn't think Inter would be Juve. Wished Gagli could have finished that chance.
Icardi, Skriniar and Brozo leaving? I'd say Handa and Peri are more likely to leave first than any other players and Skriniar has a long way to go before becoming a world star CB, Koulibaly is ways ahead of him in Serie A, also Ronaldo gave evidence of that in the Derby... as for Brozo he has a release clause in his contract which is affordable for most top teams but the question is which team will splurge out that much? at best he is second tier midfield player... perhaps Arsenal might come in for him but in that case I hope Inter go after Ramsey...

after a summer of signing the likes of Politano, Lautz and Keita, Inter are still struggling for goals and are yet to find an alternative outlet for the team instead of Icardi and it doesn't help Peri is less prolific this season... Icardi is going through a slump, since the Barca game and the international break, he has been less sharp not by fatigue but seems to have lost his mojo, he did well last night linking up with midfield and setting up his teammates but the old Icardi would've teared Juve a new hole with the chances the team were creating... also how bad are Inter on corners and crosses? Candreva used to have difficulties with crossings but is anyone except for Asamoah good at it in Inter!?!?

I've said it before but Gagli really has to work on his finishing, if he did that he'd be ahead of Cristante and Pelle for the midfield role in the national team...
Perisic has been out of form after world cup. Handa is getting older and slower. I don't really think someone will pay good money for them. MEanwhile, Icardi is on Madrid's sort list, just like Brozovic is on Chelsea's. Skinar has been away from his form but I don't think he will have issue to find a new team.
And yes, we are struggling with scoring enough goals because we are bad at transitioning from defense to offense. Spa yet needs to find someone who can take the ball from back and distributed up front, but don't see that happening this season.
Let's wait and see where we are ending this seasons at.

Agreed on Asamoa, he has been the best signing so far. We had to keep Cancelo from last season, but we lost him to Jube, like the rest of world class players we released so they can join them .
It's not all bad, Juve has been winnin for the past 7 years and this season luckly Roma, Lazio are so far struggling and only Napoli seems to be the only stable team after Juve and Napoli look to finish easily in top 4... I can understand why Spa has been forced to use Peri as he really doesn't have a viable alternative to him but taking into account that Inter have found an adequate replacement for Candreva in the form of Poli, yes they lost out on two quality players but those players helped them land a CL spot and Inter have since landed Asamoah on a free alongside De Vrij so they're heading in the right direction, they also have a chance to qualify from a tough CL group and they're looking good heading into the second half of the season whilst holding a CL spot... with Inters past history, they are in all honesty doing pretty well, obviously it can get better but let's keeo hoping for it as the season hasn't ended yet...

once Icardi rediscovers his mojo and Nain hits form, this team will look completely different and don't forget that Juve still have to visit San Siro for the second game in the league...
You were too hopeful I guess.
No wonder Inter are going through this slump, their main man Icardi is having a tough time out there, was hoping for a the trio keita-laut-poli but again Peri-Joao-Borja failed to show up, kudos to Spa for seeing Roma as weakened but also equally well done to Roma for standing up and playing 90 min with half of its team on the injury table and the other half barely hanging on... it really was a good game from Roma as Inter will feel they could've won or even should've won!
Inter should HAVE WON! Roma put on a hell of a fight and tbh deserves that draw but really disappointed and expected more Borja, Peri and Joao Mario. Damn you Kolarov! Yeah I agree, Spa should try to give Icardi a break and play the kids but Spa is just hoping Peri and Icardi can fight through this slump. No time to be dropping points.The Juve game will be interesting indeed. Crazy to see how they already are 11 points clear. Not to mention Milan are suddenly finding some good form.
about that anti-juve team? what happend to it? as for Milan I doubt they have the team to last the whole season for them to be able to finish in top 4, unless their management makes a gamble and they bring in new faces in the january window... than it might be interesting to watch for how long Gattuso will be at the helm before Conte arrives... as for Inters main threat, that'll be the usual suspect, which is to say Inter itself and besides them there are Roma, I still believe that they have what it takes to turn their season around and are only really missing Dzeko... and I'm curious as to why Lazio are falling off as I haven't follwed them much this season?

the juve game is already far gone and at this moment Inter main weak point is their midfield, Brozo is a joy to watch as times but field him alongside Gagli and Vecino and and De Vrij along with Skriniar should pose a solid defensive line and have Keita and Poli flank Icardi upfront... Juve are terrible when you put them under pressure specially Chiel as that'll force Pjanic to come deep to defend which should open up some space to exploit... but there is a certain Ronaldo that'll want to rise up to the occasion whilst our main man Icardi isn't in form...
For Lazio, I haven't watched them either but looking at their squad, its pretty massive and they have quality in many positions. Not sure what's going on with them.

For the Juve game, yeah we need to force them to play deep, Allegri likes his team to play a bit slower and build things up, surprised he doesn't utilize his wingers and play quicker on the counter but Inter can't be caught ball watching while Juve has possession. Ronaldo is enough to carry a team to UCl final, if the boys don't show up, Juve will while the floor with them.
Politano! was a joy to watch and ran the froso game really well, Spurs are having this roller coaster of a season, coming big in some games and falling short at others, Erik will be the dangerman but Alli looked alive and alert with Kane starting to find form again with his goalscoring run... Spurs will be vulnerable at the back with their wingbacks gunho and a young unexperienced cb but have enough firepower to trouble any team in the world... hate to say it but it'll come down to Icardi and how well he can hold on to the ball and bring other players into play, which he isn't famous for being involved in game build up...

also if Gagli could learn to finish with one touch and become much better at headers, he could easily be one of those midfield players that hit two digit goals per season...
Politano played well for Italy as well, not surprised, his really steeped up and eager to prove his worth. Has kept Canderva out of the XI and doesn't look like his going to give it up anytime soon.

The Spurs game will be so tough. Were playing away and Spurs look to have found their confidence after utterly crushing Chelsea. How did they make a MF of Jorginho, Kante and Kovacic look like schoolboys? Broz and Vecino will have their work cut out for them.
easy by passing the midfield and going quickly outwide and than equally pushing in to the box whilst overloading it with players, inter really had their work cut out for them and many of them fell short...

Handa, Skriniar, Vrij, Asmaoah, Brozo and Politano did well in the first half with Vecino and Nain being no show... in the second half they played much better but Spurs were always dangerous in their counterattacks and had fresh legs, specially in the form of their in-form man Eriksen...

Vecino was again no show in the second half this time alongside Icardi, D'Ambro and Peri, whome looks besides himself, about time Peri gets benched and Spa allows the likes of Lauto and Keita to get a chance to play upfront...

everyone might think PSV will be easy pushovers but their results against Spurs will show differently and they're easily topping their league with no losses or draws! besides, after their loss against Inter and them having nothing to lose in the group, this Inter will be undone by PSV and Spurs will feel they can get a good result against Barca, a B-team Barca!
I watched the replay. Shame that Nain had to go off so early. Although with his earlier comments about smoking and drinking not making him a bad person. Dude needs to lay off it and take care of his body. At 30 years old, I'm wondering how long his going to last before Spa tosses him out. D'Abmbro was awful, didn't really do anything defensively or offensively. Vecino looked like nothing would ever stick for him and was just as useless as D'Ambro. Politano was arguably our most dangerous player but he didn't even bother tracking back, considering our wide and big Wembley is, he could have helped out a bit. Peri looked gassed, Icardi was barely given any service and didn't touch the ball all that much. Time for Keita, Lauto, Gagli and Borja too take the field.

I had a feeling had Inter not beaten Spurs, we could crash out of the group stage. Theirs still a strong chance of going through if Inter does manage to get their sh*t together against PSV who are honestly better than the results show and Barca beat Spurs.
Way had no idea Morotta was leaving Juve to join Inter. Sunning must have big plans in the near future. This of course will depend on where we finish but Inter future looking good.

Marotta is rumored to want to bring Milinkovic Savic from Lazio to Inter. Imagine that.
Not a fan of Milinkovic Savic, but I hope we can see some nice talents heading to San Siro.I would like to see more Italian Players here, like Chiesa?
Chiesa would be a nice addition but with our current squad, we would need to sell a few players first. Barella was linked with us before as well.

Although Sergej Milinkovic is a beast of a player, so much potential and still only 23 but would rather sign Barella, he would cost a hell of a lot less.
Savic is class, not a world beater but easily one of the best midfieldplayers in Serie A and a strong reason why Lazio has been doing so well, alongside Luis and Immo... as for Marotta, it'll be weird seeing him at Inter, wonder what really happened between him and Agnelli? remember how a certain Lippi arrived at Inter and sold Baggio and flushed Inter down the drains before returning back to Juve... same can be said about Bono, whom had a horrible spell at Milan but looks now like a world class player!?! There is something about Juve rather than the individuals involved with them...
Glad i missed the match and only saw the highlight as it must have been brutal to sit trhough it in 90 min... however, Pazza Inter! they usually fall flat on their faces after having a freescoring game and their next opponents are much sharper and Inter less so but I thought they left those tendencies behind them and would be able to have a different season after failing to kick start their season at first and than finding a balance, I can understand a loss but not in that manner specially in a Bergamo derby?
HOrrible, horrible loss. AsI said before, Spa needs to start rotating players, but he believes they're not tired yet. Not sure what to say at this point.
It was one of the worst Inter performances I've seen in a long while. Inter were lucky to walk out conceding 4 goals and not 7 goals, if not for Handa. Everyone was just down right bad, I want to forget this game and move on.
Spa needs to stop putting Raja behind Icardi. He has no creativity and is not able to feed wingers.
Imo, I prefer Borja or Joao Mario in that position rather than Raja. Not that Raja isn't good, his much better playing a little deeper than the actual n10 position.
Raja is a box to box midfielder, not a playmaker nor number 10. Not sure why Spa doesn't see that.
In Roma he was in that 3 man MF with De Rossi and Strootman. Although with Vecino and Brozo claiming that 2 position. Raja is still a beast of a player but I would love to see a 4-3-1-2

---Peri-------Icardi--------
--------Borja-------------

Nain----Brozo----Vecino----

Asa----Mira/DeVrj-Skin--Sime/D'Ambro
Nain is used to playing in that position, he formed a solid partnership with Dzeko but not all football players are like Ronaldo, Ribery, Miller and still going strong after 30... I think Spa commented on the formation he uses and mentioned the fact that the team plays both 4-2-3-1 and 4-3-3, for me, Peri hasn't been as influencial as he was last season and Poli at this moment is pulling ahead, in a 4-3-1-2 formation I'd like to see Lauto play alongside Icardi with either Keita or Poli behind them and with Gigli as DM and have Vecino and Nain push forward...
I like J Mario's performance against Lazio. He did a great job supporting icardi and Poli/Peri on wings. Reminded me of Rafinha.
I was his harshest critic and surprised to see his name tbh. Glad he got a shot, his much better playing in an advanced position instead of the CM position. I was impressed with him when I saw him at West Ham. Hopefully we see more of him.
He did a great job. I think Spaletti saw what we saw and we will see more of him.
Those are glowing reviews, didn't really see the whole match, just saw the highlights but hoping to see the whole Genoa game tomorrow with perhaps Mario on the field, also don't forget a certain Barbosa that is in Brazil, having a decent season, maybe this time around he'll come back with different set of frame of mind and the team can help him to get more involved and play a part in attempt to have a good season, one that doesn't take the last game to qualify them to a CL spot...
^I would prefer watch Keita Balde get some goals than Barbosa coming back and proving something.
Lets start with Lauto first as he looked out of shape, bulked up but nowhere near fit in agility and sharpness, had he bagged a couple of goals I would've been more assured about Inter's threat going forward as Genoa did have their chances and had Genoa scored first it could've turned out completely different on the night...

Inter gained confidence as the game wore on but confidence is such a fragile thing in football which Barca will be quick to snuff out, really hope Inter won't allow Barca to come to San Siro and let Barca bully them infront of their home fans not after the way their fans have celebrated in the Genoa game...
Only caught the highlights, missed the full match. I saw Genoa with some really good chances but glad Inter won, 2 goals for Gagli should be a huge confidence boost for him, his struggle to get into the line-up.

The Barca game will be tough but Inter need to learn to finish their chances. Barca have their weaknesses and have conceded some bad goals in la liga. Their attack certainly makes up for their defensive weaknesses. We need to score first!
Asamoah is a beast. His understanding of tactic and game reading is unbelievable. He has been our best signing so far.
The team did well. Lazio had some really good chances but looked like a complete mess defensively. The back-line had a solid performance and I thought Sime looked better today. Politano works his socks off and his runs really gave Lazio trouble. Vecino and Brozo have monsters for us in the MFs and Brozo is just getting better and better. Were finally seeing consistent performances, since the WC, his taken his game to the next level. Overall the team has had a fantastic game, defended and finished better than Lazio. Huge 3 points.
it was a good wake up call, after the Barca game, next up is San Siro hosting Genoa... Genoa have been struggling of late but after Inter performance against Lazio, they'll be more than ready to frustrate Inter and shut them down, hoping to stop Inter from playing their style of football... more than defence, it'll be a question of how lethal Inter are upfront...
What was Skinar up to last night? lol
He was very poor on both goals and showed no sign of SKinar we know.
Overall, we all knew there was no way of beating Barca in Camp Neu. Rafinha made Spaletti realize what he is missing.His creativity, and a support for CF is amazing. We need to sign someone with his qualities.
Inter tried to sign him, along with Cancelo, they where our top picks, Nain and Vrsj weren't even in the picture yet until we missed out on both. Shame he doesn't get much time at barca, hopefully we can go in for him next summer. I know he really wanted to join us but Barca weren't going to lower the 35mil asking price.

Rafinah? weren't they trying to get Modric during the summer? almost desperately? if anything allow Poli to take up Nain position and allow Keita to play outwide with Peri... or even push Brozo up higher and field Gigla alongside Vecino? but I have to say I've been impressed by a player named Ruben Neves in the BPL he has had some solid performances so far and really looks like a quality player wouldn't be surprised if big 6 in the BPL came in for him by the end of the season...
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