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I came out of the stadium with the sensation Inter wasted 2 important and well deserved points.

We gave a ball away and Bologna took the lead but afterwards Inter imposed its dominance and could've won this match easily. In today's football you have to be pragmatic and cannot afford to screw so many opportunities. I do however think that wasn't a setback as our performance was good and convincing.

I liked seeing Gnokouri back on the pitch who has been our MOTM stragiht after Perisic and I liked the performances by Miranda, Ranocchia, Icardi and Candreva. Not satisfied with Kondogbia and I cannot really judge Gabigol yet, too little playing time

My ratings:

Handanovic 5
Santon 6
Miranda 7
Ranocchia 7
Miangue 6.5
Medel 6
Banega 6
Kondogbia 4.5
Perisic 7.5
Icardi 6.5
Candreva 6.5

Gnokouri 7
Gabigol N/A
Eder 5.5
Going to the stadium today, hope to see Gabriel Barbosa's debut!
Can we sign Martin Caceres in January? I can't believe the dude is a free agent. Would rather have him considering how versatile he is.
No way Juve let him join Inter. They are way strict than us, when it comes to letting their player joins other team.
Well his a free agent, they let him go during the summer. Although the down side to him is his injuries, on his best day his a beast.
Exactly, he would be a good addition but consider he played something like 10 matches in the last two seasons.

Btw Inter's new management seems to be less willing to let players go to other Serie A's teams, see what happened with Icardi and Brozovic

with only 2 points to Juve but 4 points to 13th spot it might be early to call this a turn around but Icardi is firing on all cylinders, Joao is stepping up his game and Candreva just seems to be nearly hitting form... too bad Peri isn't keeping up, I think he plays best as a nr 10 but he does work hard on getting behind the defence line to set up Icardi too bad he isn't good at setting himself up with Candreva and Icardi...
Really happy for this win. The team looks confident and I knew Joao would start stepping up, the guy is the CM engine we were looking for. I'm not too worried about Peri, it took him a while last season but when he hits form, he top quality.

On the other hand, I could care less about Europa League, in fact I wouldn't mind seeing us exit during group stage, finishing top 3 is far more important.
So glad to have Banega in our team. This guy is one of the most underrated players ever. Can't believe we got him for free.
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So glad we did. His got a great work rate and wants to dictate the game weather his playing from the back or leading a counter. For now, I like De Boer's step up, letting Banega play in the n.10 while having J. Mario in the CM and a DM along side him. Brings the best out of Banega.
Very good point
it's early days but after the purchase of Joao and Jesus for almost 75 mil, I'm hoping for cl football with Ramires and James R. to go along with that team! too bad Lotito didn't want to include Biglia into the pruchase of Candreva but Joao is putting in some impressive performance in mdifield... if everyone wasn't insisting on playing Banega as nr 10 I'd like to see him in more of hard tackling CM alongside Joao and put in Fabregas into that team instead of Ramires a midfield trio of Fabregas-Banega-Joao would be insane, wonder if Joao can play as a pure DM?
What a response! Loved the game! It was one of those games that should be set as a standard of our performances for this season. I liked the fact that even though we missed some good chances in the first and second half, Inter didn't set their foot of the gas. The team worked hard to keep possession and when they lose the ball or missed on the 2nd ball, the team immediately applied pressure and regained possession. This time though, Inter knew exactly how to transition from defensive to offense. Took the boys a while but really happy about how the team showed no respect to Juve during the game. Didn't hold back or play it safe, just went for Juve right in the throat. Really took Juve by surprise today, every time they had possession with the exception of a few chances, our players just made them feel like they had a hound dog after them, got physical but made sure Juve felt the pressure on both halves of the field.

The cons:
Muri needs to step it up. Really caused some problems at the back today. He should consider himself lucky that Mira was on his A game today.

We need Ansaldi back badly. Santon didn't offer much in attack even tho he shut Lich out during the first half. D'Ambro needed Canderva's support throughout the game defensively but he really lacked the discipline to hold his position and he was either muscled out or out ran. De Boer needs to bring in another FB next summer, not sure what happened to Erkin.

Great week tho, Icardi played like a freaking beast. He earned that armband.
Like we say, PAZZA INTER! (CRAZY INTER)

It's beyond me how a team can be humiliated by Beer Sheva and deservedly beat Juve in just three days. But today performance was more than good, both collectively and individually.

My ratings:

Handanovic 6.5
D'Ambrosio 5.5
Miranda 7
Murillo 6.5
Santon 6
Joao Mario 7
Medel 7
Banega 7.5
Eder 6.5
Icardi 8
Candreva 6

Perisic 7
Miangue 6.5
Melo 6


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it's no coincidence that Juve "only" managed to draw against Sevilla as they looked tired, they must've had a game plan of sitting back, spreading play and over powering inter with their players in the box, it wasn't like inter played better as Juve looked better tactically and will only get better with the season but Inter were more fit on the day and Icardi seems to be on high form...

I'd give top marks for Miranda but seriously De Boer needs to give poor Medel som rest and psuh him back to CB, he can do much of the same work he is already doing without having to run around as much... besides Muri needs to bulk up, got bullied far too often and caused trouble at the back when he lost some balls, he should take notes of how Icardi has gained strength, he looked like a BOSS against Chiel and Bonuc which isn't easy! if you're gonna have Peri on the bench, why not push Joao outwide, have Brozo and Kondo play in midfield? I can't wait to see Ansaldi in the starting line up as Santon was clearly having trouble with that knee of his, looked instable at times and didn't contribute much going forward... Candreva looks like he'll need a few more games before adjusting to the team but I'm hoping De Boer continues to show faith in him as he is working his socks off...

as of now my dream inter team of this current crop would be -

Icardi

Peri/Joao - Banega - Candreva

Kondo/Joao - Brozo/Joao

Ansaldi - Medel - Mira - D'Ambro
I'd like to see De Boer really integrate Kondo and Brozo to the first team. As of now, De Boer has made it clear who he sees as first team players and the bench players. They can contribute and I can see Kondo becoming a dominate DM and use him like he was used when he was at Monaco. Really thrived, its just he needed time to adjust but as Inter starts to grow in terms of quality players coming in, Kondo needs to step it up asap!

As of the FBs, De Boer better bring in someone else this January and offload some of the current crop. Par, Ansaldi, the rest are average.
It all comes down to what type of midlfield line he has in mind. Brozovic definitely fits De Boer's idea of a 4-3-3. Kondogbia is much more static, but I am sure he'll have his chances too
Doesn't a matter how bad Inter can become, we always got that passion to beat (you read F**K) some old witch's ass....LOL

FORZA INTeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeR!
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Okay guys,

time to write down some considerations on yesterday's unbelievable and shameful performance:

That was, after our elimination against Helsingborg, the worst defeat I have seen in an European competition since I follow Inter. Because of the opponent but especially because of the way we approached the game. We played with no pace, grit or passion and we never created any chance to score (oh, yes, Eder's shoot at the end of the 1st half but that wasn't more a mistake than badluck) against the 5/6 occasions Hapoel Beer Sheva had. The match could've easily ended 0-3/0-4. No need to find scapegoats, I know that Melo should never play, that Handanovic could've done better and Perisic is irreplaceable BUT then again...we are talking about Hapoel Beer Sheva and when should De Boer give playing time to some of our subs if not in a home match against Hapoel Beer Sheva?

There are times, like two weeks ago against Palermo, in which you can blame some episodes or feeling frustrated about a deflected shoot. But that wasn't the case of yesterday. Yesterday we were completely and technically outplayed by a team that seemed Barcelona and in the end made fun of us.

Another disappointing note was the performance of all those players who are currently considered subs and want to gain De Boer's attention. None of them had a positive impact on the game.

I am seriously worried about the Juventus match as I also have in mind all the chances we conceded to Pescara and Chievo during the first three games of the season. Both Pescara and Beer Sheva had 5 clear opportunities, I wonder how we manage to stop Higuain and Dybala with that defense...I seriously hope our management will understand that and buy some good (or at least reliable) defenders during January's transfer campaign (we need 3 at least).





Forget about Juve man, we will easily throw the game with Min 3 or 4 games. I am worried about the rest of the season. Our defenders are too slow too out of play. Jeyson who was one of the best last season, outplayed 3-4 occasions yesterday. Ranocchia is being Ranocchia , Miranda is not the same and Jesus is gone. Let's not start about Nagatomo and D'Ambrossio please.
In midfield the only player does have some creativity is Benega. The others are way below their standards.
About our strikers, I think it's time for Palacio to hang his boots. The guy clearly has his good days passed and don't do no harm to the defenders. The rest of players are alright, and I still have hope in them.

Wow, glad I missed the game. I was gonna watch it but thought it was an easy win for Inter, but boy was I wrong. I mean I've never heard of the team they were facing.

Although I'm glad De Boer gave the fringe players a chance because he can see who is worth keeping and the ones he needs to toss out the door. I'm sure come Jan, De Boer will make a few acquisition considering he didn't make a single signing because he arrived late.

The whole back-line worries me. Ansaldi is out and were stuck with Naga, D'Ambro and Santon who offer nothing in terms of attacking support. Peri and Canderva are going to have hard time against Juve because the FBs won't help . Muri and Mira need to put on a solid game but they've yet to look solid but I'm hoping its just the early season transition and Handa has kind of looked shaky lately.
What was that? pfffffffffffffff....
Even Handa was like 'f**k it'...


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