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First goal sums up Inter's form and the second goal a dagger to the heart. Yet another former Inter player scores against us.

No words.
Bye bye Scudetto dreams, arrivaderci CL spots and hello Samp, Milan, Atalanta and Inter challenging them for 6th spot but my bet would be a 8-10th place finish, that's if voices about sacking Spaletti do emerge and the team is really thrown into turmoil... besides what is Spalletti thinking, taking of Miranda and later leaving Ranoch on after a mistake? I can understand him wanting to protect his players but this isn't time to be cuddling them, it's about time he fields those that are fit, not worry too much about their mental fragility and for this team to start playing as a team in relegation fight as any position below 4th are made up teams trying to break into top 4 whilst Inter are thumbling without a fight...
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Are my eyes deceiving me? Did we just get a win?
SOmething must have been gone wrong. How come we didn't concede on 90th min ???
The team needed some new fresh energy and Karamoh really gave them that, it was still shaky until the 90th min even against a 9 men Bologna side lol! which doesn't give you much courage go into the next fixtures, with a away game against Genoa and than facing bottom placed Bene, and we know how this Inter side reacts when it comes against weaker opponents on paper, and than it'll be a nightmare of games against Napoli, Samp and Milan... and not only that you still have Atalanta and Torino waiting to bounce on any tiredness and their coaches will relish coming up against Inter... so yeah I wouldn't be surprised to see us competing for 6th spot, that last place for a Europa league lol by the end of the season...

that said, Karamoh did well but he won't be the solution to inters problems and it wouldn't be fair to put that much pressure on such a young kid but he reminds me of Demarai Gray, another player I rate highly and would love to see at Inter, don't get why he hasn't yet exploded on to the scene but with a full season under his belt he could become something special
I lost hope until Karamoh scored. Honestly, the match didn't really say much in terms of Inter improving. All it says was that the young Frenchmen bailed us out with some quality football. I really miss Icardi:(


According to news, there is a locker room feud between Brozo/Perisic and Icardi and that messes everything up. At the same time, Spaletti had been caught complaining about sunning group refusing to spend more money on quality players. By that being said, we should be super super happy if we end up in Europa league spot, which will be a miracle.
Start selling of players, there really is no point in keeping players that are unhappy at a club, if a club like juve can get the best of players like Benatia and Cuad, than there is something to take away from that, there is no room for big egos at a club like Inter, it just doesn't have that feeling of the club being bigger than the player, there were times when the likes of Ronaldo were forcing their way out of the club and nowadays? stark contrast to how things were...
Icardi's time is up. Top young player but he wants more than what Inter can offer. Brozo should have been sold in the last window and if we can get a big offer for Perisic, let him go too. Clean the house, ain't got for this sh*t!

Just hope we can finish in the top 3 but that's is looking like mission impossible.
Contract talks and personal issues aside, players first priority should be club goals and upholding club rules and norms throughout the season and than after it ends, than and only than should they think about everything else, besides what are the club management doing with dealing with these issues? Seriously I'm more impressed with Juve and how they can get away with benching Dybala and Higuain and not only that also Mandzukic being third if not 4th chose and still praising the club whilst committing himself on the field...
What's wrong with the whole team?? Don't they know that football is 90 mins and you gotta play till the end? This was our 5th match this season we are lost our lead on the game. What a shame!!
Idk what to say. The games will only get harder. Samp and Roma are nearly caught up to us. No words.
We are way too dependent on Borja. When he stops the whole team stops. Not sure how come Spaletti hasn't find a solution for this obvious issue.
I thought Cancelo and Dalbert looked good, not in form to provide the much needed input into attack but they're lacking match fitness and the only way to get that is by playing... that said, I'm starting to fall for Vecino, plays at a consistent level and really delivers an all good round of performance, not quite your typical Motta type of player that is good at with the ball at his feet or Cambiasso who I remember man-marked Messi out of the CL matches in the treble winning team, not to mention his ratio of man to man wins but Vecino is somewhere there inbetween, you'd hope he still has much more to develop in repertoir...

as for the team, they looked more lively playing in a diamond formation, Borja was below pair but you'd wonder what would happen if you'd put Brozo as deeplying playmaker and pushed Rafinah as AM with Vecino and Gagli flanking them? or even Candreva or Cancelo playing as widemidfielders?!? Peri has track record of flaundering his finishes but if Salah at Liverpool can change so much in only a season, perhaps they should look into his training regime as he has become much better at putting away goals...
Vecino has been Mr. Consistent for Inter this season. Best purchase we made last summer. Borja started the season well but his 33 years old, can't start every single game. His run out of steam and its no surprise. This is why it was vital to land an AM like Pastore or Correra.

As for now, I would like to see Spa try something different. The 4-2-3-1 isn't working. The team certainly looked better in the second half but Idk about Brozo in the deep-lying play-maker, could be a bit of risk but at this point, we need to field an attacking team that can score goals because if Icardi is gone we will struggle even further to score goals. Would like to see Rafinha get match fit sooner as he can offer a lot.
It was good to see Rafinah making his voice heard while he was on the pitch, shows he isn't afraid to dictate the game which is needed, the team looked lackluster and were woeful at trying to play the ball from the back, Skrina was more on the ball than any other player and I can't remember instances besides when Brozo did manage to get the ball to Candreva and Peri outwide very quickly, than only were they able to make a break through but it was too far inbetween them and Peri and Candreva look exhausted, trying to track back and having legs to finish off moves, at this point 3 at the back could work, any type of system change up to get the boys playing with belief again... that said, I wouldn't mind seeing Icardi and Skriniar moving for big money next season, if they can get atleast 200 mil for just those two, it should open up market for the team to build a team to compete for top 3 in Serie A, it isn't like they're gonna invest to such extend that they're likely to compete with Napoli and Juve?...
At this point its looking like that might be the best thing to do. Inter aren't going to spend big unless we sell big. Skrin can be offload for 50-60mil imo, his got so much potential and Icardi if Real are interested should be sold for 110-120mil. I know Real will look to replace Benz for a younger player, Icardi fits the bill. If Inter can get close to 200mil from both, we can rebuild from there. As of now, its going to be a tough ride.
So at the end of the day, Inter got Lopez a CB, from Benfica. Never really watched him tbh and Rafinha who is a good quality young player. Not to mention loaned out Nagatomo for no apparent reason.

Were just going to have to rely on the front three lads and our current MF with Rafinha to get us out of these funk. Hopefully we get out of this and find consistency real soon.
they have the derby coming up but before than some tricky fixtures against samp, atalanta and napoli and lastly Juve... the games leading up to the derby should be used to shift gears and get ready for a win in the derby, no other results will matter, not after the defeat at the coppa... inter will have to continue trying to win and once they do, they need to continue trying to keep winning, make a habit of winning... easier said than done but hoping for no more half assed games, the fans will appreciate if the team atleast try their best...
Brozo apparently headed to Sevilla, that can only mean Correa is heading the other way.
If Inter don't take third place and set the tone, they might risk losing out on a cl place... which is even more bizzare if you think about the fact that Serie A has been given a 4th spot to qualify for the cl and Lazio haven't spend nearly as much as Inter with Roma not only going through a dip in form but risk losing their main striker and their strongest midfielder in the form of Nain... If Roma rediscover their form and Lazio keep seeing Inter struggle, Lazio might push hard for that 4th spot, since they have nothing to lose and Inter known to crumble under pressure...
Would be a tough blow. I can't stand another season of Inter missing out on UCL once again. Inter have no European duties and have had more rest than any of the other top Serie A teams who are in Europe. Now is not the time to start dropping points. Spa needs to find a way to inspire this boys, dafaq is a draw against SPAL about? Unbelievable!
Pastore agree terms with Inter. Glad to have him. Joao Mario sent to West Ham on a loan deal.
Really? Read that this moved was linked with Lucas moving to Spurs which should allow PSG to go a bit easy on Inter regarding Pastore but you'd hope Inter would also manage to get Lamela from Spurs for knock-down price if Brozo leaves in this merry go-around transfer market... too bad that Man U signed Sanchez as I doubt no one else will come along to sign Perisic for 50 mil... also with Chelsea getting Zappa closed the chapter with Candreva... however I'm hoping Madrids next coach drops Kovacic and Inter can get him back for a discount, along with Asamoah and Marchisio running out of favour at Juve, their experience and skill set would be very welcome at Inter...
So the Rafinha deal is done, looks like a loan deal with the option to sign for 30mil in the summer. Good move, hoping for more moves to happen although the window is closing in 8-9 days.
read inter are looking to offload Eder and Joao and they're still being linked with Sturridge and Pastore, don't know about Ramires or even of Correa but unless they sell they won't be able to bring in players, I'm guessing the money for the Rafinah deal was from the Kondo operation...
Pastore? We were linked with him but thought he said he was staying at PSG. Also, Borja can't continue to play the n10 all season. Don't think he has the legs to do it every single game. Spa knows that, so someone has to come in. Although Idk if this moves will happen, not much time left but honestly I would hate for Inter to miss out on UCl once again.


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40
15
55
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15
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2
21
25
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21
42
3
9
14
26
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19
40
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5
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28
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4
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25
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8
5
12
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41
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35
8
5
12
25
7
38
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37
7
8
10
25
8
36
5
30
35
5
12
8
25
9
33
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36
12
3
10
25
10
33
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38
33
13
3
10
26
11
32
2
32
34
9
8
8
25
12
30
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27
21
12
6
8
26
13
25
-19
42
23
12
7
6
25
14
25
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36
23
14
4
7
25
15
23
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43
15
14
5
6
25
16
21
-24
47
23
15
6
5
26
17
20
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49
26
14
8
4
26
18
16
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22
17
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4
25
19
10
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