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So Jovetic joined Sevila last Tuesday and already scored 2 goals against R. Madrid in 2 different matches.
This is when you're wondering how come he was not even part of our 18 squad for majority of last season and first half of this season.
What I'm sure is that he could help us more than a player like Palacio can do in this age, but we decided to let him go.
Jovetic made the same kind of impact when he joined Inter. I except him to adjust to a league its more technical than tactical. Although I would judge him after 10 games or more, he tends to well when he comes in and somewhere along those lines, he goes missing.

As for Palacio. He was chosen because his a work horse, not only will he push up and down the field but he'll get an assist or two along the way. Jojo, lacks that kind of hard work and tenacity that Palacio brings. Although at this point Palacio is past it.
Man, that Gagliardini was great. Love his ball controlling skill, decision-making, and interactions, and knowing he is only 22 makes me really happy. He is a great investment for our future midfield.
His always looking around and making sure his protecting his back-line but when were pushing up, his just as comfortable on the ball and putting in some good passes to stretch the cheivo's defense. For a player who just joined us not to long ago, his already impressed me. I never really watched him but good pick up by Pioli.
he is like the water boy of football, they do tremendous amount of work and you only notice it when they're absent, I'm not sure of how much better he can get but as of now, he does have great foundation to work on, the worst would be if he gets injured but with the right guidance he can be set for a great career at Inter or any other club for that matter....
^ His only 22, kid has a good future ahead of him. I think with Pioli, he can try turning him into the Lucas Biglia type of player that he had at Lazio. Time will tell though.
was going to say that sorrentino deserved man of the match today, if they managed the draw. but Icardi for me played a beautiful game as the lone ST, and was for me MOTM. His movement and work rate in the box, he really comes alive in the box, and has really won me over this year especially, even if I still don't like his personality off the pitch so much. Kondogbia could be a great asset, if he could just become more comfortable and able to make the decision a bit quicker. I like this line-up today, and perhaps with Medel we are more compact defensively - but we only started getting stretched out when we went down 1-0 and we had like 10 shots to 1 (which was the Chievo goal). So possible for me that Kondo replaces model in the starting for sake of possession and speed, and medel comes on later in games to shore the Defense. Thought the kid from Atalanta played well also. Miranda is just a BOSS.

Who was your man of the match?
Icardi and Gagliardini both were great. I would go with Icardi still.
Icardi was always a beast but this season his getting even better. Say what you will about his personal life but I love the guys commitment to Inter, 14 goals in 19 games, what a heck of a player. Gagliardini on the other hand, the kid really impressed me, very excited to see more of him.

As for Kondo, I've always been 50/50 with him. His been here for a while now but for me, not a whole lot of improvement. Maybe because he doesn't really fit our system. Serie A in general is a lot more tactical and his decision making and at times reckless challenges shows. In Ligue 1, he had time and freedom but his still yet to fully adapt and get a good number of quality games in him. If a good bid comes for him, I would sell him and keep Banega instead.
Perisic all the way... think of it this way, not only did he do well in 90 mins both in defence and attack but he has been the one who has been in form in the last couple of games i can remember inter have played... for me without him, inter would struggle to have collected all those points... still, with Icardi, I think the only thing missing from his game is explosiveness, he doesn't attack the goal as well as for example Higuain does but Higua is physically strong, a lot of plp say he is fat but agility and enough dense muscle build allow him to score goals with acute accuracy...

i thought the team did well but as it was with Mancini, a lot of moving the ball about without any end product, they lack that potent end product that ensures the ball back into the net... albeit Sorrentino did well for chievo, Gagli did attack well from the midfield and had two great chances, fell of towards the second half but Candreva and Joao disappointed yet again tonight, they put in the hard work but they were completely off synch with the team, Candreva did better in the second half after being pushed back... Ansaldi and D'Ambro, were also a let down...

as for Kondo, sometimes you see glimps of how talented he is and then does something that shows his fragility... it's almost as his legs are stiff, or his joints, you can see when he losses the ball and has a hard time turning back to retrieve it, also getting the ball away from under him when he is under pressure, i think if he works on his physicality, having Gagli and Kondo in midfield might work out well for Inter, Gagli did wonders for Kessie, now if only Kondo can take advantage of it...
Wow... the nerazzurri revival. Not long ago were Inter staring at the barrel.
except for Viola, Samp and Genoa who are having a horrible season, Inter are on the same level as Torino as of now and untill they overtake Atalanta, catch up to Milan and then put some distance between themselves and Lazio whilst holding on third spot and fighting off Napoli, it could go eitherway, besides this is pazza inter, they're doing well but untill i see the players sacrificing themselves for the coach, i can't help thinking many of them have their eyes on a move in the summer... we've already seen with Icardi and Napoli, Brozo and Juve and not to mention Handa...
Lots of work to be done but 3rd place is the goal. As for the players, its gotta be tough for them. They had Mancini not so long ago, De Boer came in and things didn't work out and now Pioli. 3 mangers in less than 1 seasons really throws off some players while others thrive in a new system as were seeing in the likes of Brozo and even D'Ambro doing really well under Pioli. I'd give the guys sometime and see how the do. Its clear the team possess some player that are top quality and others that are dead wood.
So Jovetic is gone and no one talks about it...wondering who will replace him...
He was a bit part player. Never consistent or healthy enough to hold on a place in the starting XI. As much as I rate the guy, the injuries have ruined him, I do wish him the best of luck at Sevilla.
it's always hard for a player to revive his career after a failed move to a big club, some come off even better whilst other crash and burn... glad to read about Balo doing well for himself in France but his comments still leave a lot to be desired, specially of what he thinks about the french league... in spain they play at a lower tempo and even Nasri is thriving at Sevilla, he might actually do well and Inter can get the money for Gigla, if he also does well for Inter...

also never understood the purchase of Eder, yes he had a good season and did well with the national team but it was a gamble that didn't pay off... adding an extra year to Palacio's contract and not playing him?... or even worse, 25 mil for a player and only playing him 2-9 min per game?
Speaking of Mario, he really lucked out when he ended up in Nice. We are seeing Mario doing what he does best and his gaining loads of confidence but his supporting cast are top quality players. Players such as Plea and Cyprien have impressed me but I can't see Nice holding on to Mario to long. Other clubs will want him and tbh, if Inter manage 3rd place, I want Mario to come to back to Inter.
Rumors are Ricardo Rodriguez of Wolfsburg wants to move to Inter during the summer. His apparently rejected offers from the PL and PSG. Would be a great pick up because he can bag plenty of assists and is a pretty lethal FK tacker.
Ausi seems to really like this guy, never really caught my eye but Wolfs are having a meltdown with their star players wanting to leave, also with Manolas being linked with Inter again, another player Ausi loves but I've been more impressed with Van Dijk, specially when South came up against Inter at the EL and his performances in BPL... at least Melo and Jojo left which should free up some space for Gigla and one more player, read it might be Santon or Nago and with talks of Evra leaving for United it might push Darmian out of the door... too bad that Loca plays for Milan as I would love to see him at Inter, he'll def take the mantle after De Rossi hangs up his boots.... read somwhere Inter were also linked with Alaba?!?!???? must've been crazy rumours but Alaba and Alba of Barca are easily two of my favourite wingbacks in todays game and I'd rather see Inter splash big money on them, even double the rate! rather than 25 for Rodriguez? but with his experince, if Inter can lower his cost with sale of Santon and Nago and his demands for a contract isn't so bad, he might be a good addition but not a world class player that is worth breaking the bank for...
Ausi wants big players to join us but it really comes down to weather we can make CL or not. Hoping that can pull it through this season.

I can see why Ausi likes Rodriguez. His not the quickest but his strong and attack minded, he can get himself in the score sheet or bag a nice assist. Overall his the time of FB that will provide but I do agree, I wouldn't break the bank for him. As for Alba or Alaba, we can only dream, that's not gonna happen. Although Verrati would be a great addtion, I don't want Juve to land him, he would be a long term anchor in MF for Inter. As for CBs, VVD will be targeted by every PL club come the summer and their going to offering crazy money for his service, I will place my hopes on Manolos who I wanted at Inter long before Roma signed him. If Inter do sell off Miranda and Rannochia next summer, Manolas would be welcomed.
i'm actually excited about Gagli, with him in midfield... i'd like to see how Brozo and Joao play off each other, in the summer with sale of Brozo and Kondo, some of Verattis price tag should be in the bank, just hope they keep hold onto Banega until then... there aren't that many nr 10's in serie A any longer, except for Pjanic and Hamsik... and with Gigla and Veratti, two DM's, you can't go wrong with a nr 10... i can't really think of any defenders i'd like to see at Inter... Miranda has been class for Inter but then again Vidic has been disaster, just hope Murillo makes a comeback to his best again... with Murillo-Dambro in line for the defence, then it'll be about finding two players that can compliment them... so far Samir of Udinese and Salcedo of Viola has impressed me in their matches against inter but then again i don't watch any other serie A matches and too bad Serie doesn't have a show like Match of the day like the BPL...
I'm a fan of Salcedo since his Time on CD Guadalajara or Chivas. He is a rock on the defensive side of the game but he does lack some of the needed attack skills to be considered a perfect FB. I honestly think that he needs another season on Seria A. But again if we really like him and wait 12/18 months they may very well double his price tag.
would you believe it? Peri scoring two goals? and having one chalked off for offside? and not even that but one from an acute ankle and a sublime header? still don't know if it was fluke or he had it in him... eitherway, nice to see Icardi pushing behind the backline of Udi who kept him out of the game and created chances for his team... inter looked like they played with heavy legs, some responded really well while others had a hard time! perhaps they should look into the work load each player can handle but it'll do them wonders come in februari and mars when teams will play with higher tempo and they'll be harder to beat just on physical conditions and with no european competitions, inter can have that extra time to recover whilst continuing to put in that hard work... eitherway chievo will be coming from two defeats and will play with less pressure when coming up against Inter, they will be fired up to do well against inter, they collapsed all together after going 3 goals down against atalanta and i'm sure they won't wanna make the same mistakes against inter at san siro...
I love the fact that the guys are working hard and grinding out the wins. Udi were playing hard early on and got the early goal. It was a good response from us. Even if some are finding it hard, they seem motivated and Pioli is taking this team in the right direction. One game at at a time.

As for Cheivo, they tend to play well against us most of the time. Expecting a tougher test but ffs, this team better get a win after they handled us back in August.
Looks like Lucas Leiva has undergone a medical yesterday and looks like the Inter move is a done deal. Also, Melo is being tracked by a Brazilian club, so maybe with his departure, were going to see Luiz Gustavo come in to replace him. As in the same case Kondogbia and Jovetic are heading towards the exit door.
Gagli came out of the blue but with Veratti being priced at 70 mil perhaps 25 isn't such a bad investment in a promising young italian DM... but from what i remember the kid reminds me of Zanetti with the way he runs and when he is on the ball, he isn't the next Cambiasso or T. Motta but he seems like an already good ball winner and if he can get near the physic J. Zanetti had, he could be a solid DM and if he picks up a two or three in his growth, his price tag will become justified... Klopp plays with an high intensity football, loads of pressing and Lucas has been falling in pecking order, you'd almost wonder if he still has any run left in him? and the times ive seen him play, he has been at fault for some of Liverpools mistakes, albeit he did play as CB... as for Gustavo, i haven't seen him play since i last saw Wolfs play in the CL... both of them are looking for that last big contract before they move on to smaller clubs just like with Melo so i'd hate it if they arrived at Inter and failed to deliver... hoping for a Miranda and they surprise plp with their work ethic and experience... eitherway i'd listen to Pioli as he has been getting the best out of this team so far, too bad about De Boer but goes to show you how good Pioli is with how quick he made plp forget about him...
Pioli surely deserves credit. His settled quicker which goes to show that Serie A experience comes in handy as opposed to bringing in an outsider to build a team.

I don't really know anything about Gagli as I don't watch much outside of Inter Milan but he seems to be well spoken of, I would love to see another young gem joining the Inter ranks. Lets see how this plays out.
Gabigol stating his happy at Inter, doesn't really want to move.

I like the fact that he doesn't want to jump ship just because things haven't gone his way. Lots of players would leave. If his willing to stay and wait for his chance, I don't see the negative in not giving him some playing time, 20 minutes at best. Tbf to him, I understand that he feels he hasn't been given a fair chance.
i think with only icardi up top and a midfield without Medel, it would be suicide to field him... not when you have Peri and Candreva in the team that can cover the team in defence... but with talks of Badelj negotiations heading to a stand off and inter linked with Lucas and also Gustavo, I wouldnt mind seeing Lucas arriving in a dry loan and Gustavo on the cheap... with those two, Medel can take his time and Pioli should be able to field Brozo and Banega higher up the field, even allow himself to give more playing time to Barbosa and give Jaoa a chance in his favorite position outwide...
I agree. It wouldn't balance well without some proper DMs. Hopefully Lucas would sign a loan, he can play as a CB as well and Gustavo is still top quality. Would be some nice additions.
can please someone explain why we play palacio instead of gabigol? Idk, seems like we just bought him, i guess under mancini, but still, he's young and hasn't gotten a chance
His an experienced forward who can still provide something late into the game. Gabigol just moved from the Brazilian Football League, adjusting to European football can take time. Serie A isn't just about explosive ability, its much slower paced and more tactical. A player needs time to settle in although not giving him enough minutes might be something in training that Pioli and De Boer didn't like in him.

If he is loaned out, I'm hoping its to a Serie A team. He doesn't really need to go anywhere else. I don't want to see Inter go through another Countinho experience, where a player couldn't cut it because he didn't get enough time, sold him for pennies and plays like a world beater today.
He reminds me a bit of Peri, if he can get in form, he should already have an advantage... after that if he can get into the same positions as Peri, I would bet he'd put them away... he has already the acceleration, just lacks match practice but it would help if he first had 25 min in his legs as a sub to run tirelessly to excecute those off ball movements...
@moe ya, just seems like at 3-0 you can give the kid a 15-20 min run... and ya I think about Coutinho, because at inter I felt like when he was on the field he was positive, same with kova, just wish we would put more trust in the young players at inter


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