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Are Inter deliberately trying to avoid a european spot? Man U are struggling in the BPL but Mou has been smart to use it as a platform to build the teams confidence and gain experience but Inter almost doing everything wrong or maybe right to avoid that 6th spot! Couldn't watch the game but the highlights and it looked like a mess with the goals scored by both teams, at least Sousa is having a better luck with his team now than Inter having with Pioli and I remember the pressure Sousa went through as at one point he was up for the Roma bench with the impact he has had at Viola! at least it's only 5 wks left of this season, Pioli and Ausi's heads will be on the chopping board as they will have to deliver in the market and in the league next season and not only until November-December and than have a complete meltdown as they normally do...
What an embarrassing game. Leading the game and then the players choked hard. Pioli is working best with what his got, the board need to realize that half the team need to sorted this summer. I'm so sick of the way they team finishes every season. I was hoping for EL place for next season but even that is looking like a stretch now. No words.
Bernardo Silva or J. Rodriguez? hard to pick one of them, Bernardo looks like a beast when he is up to speed with the ball but is no Hazard and his shooting leaves a lot to desire, rather Rodriguez comes close but he looks overweight and out of shape in Real, what is it with players becoming fat in Real? Ozil had the same criticism and Cassano is famous for it... the only downside with them is that they can't defend for what it's all worth but my money is on that Rodriguez would be able to grab more goals and just about wins on that front, it wouldn't be fair to judge him this season with his lack of games and Bernardo would do exceptionally well in any countering but is too dependent on those around him...
James is a beast. I can see him replacing Persic but what he doesn't have is his work-rate. James is a flair player, wants to be the center piece and when his in form, his so dangerous. At Madrid he was a good his first season but now lacks desire, just warms the bench and takes a backseat to the rest of the stars, even his bench partner Isco has surpassed him.

If we are going to spend big money. I want Bernardeschi. He will cost a fortune, is Italian and the club I think would mean more to him. I want James as well but it would be doubtful tbh. I want Lanzini of West Ham, his so underrated. He needs to play for a better team, could play anywhere across the attacking side and when supporting with a good cast, his could make a gem of a player. Still only 24 years old as well.
There are abundant wingers in the BPL that are underrated, Siggurdson is one of those I like, I also always enjoy watching Mirallas, Lanzini might be good but he is no Di Maria, Bernad would be pure gold, hasn't yet played for a big team, Viola are big in their own right but the power houses of Milan clubs and Juve are still the major brands, also Viola still have Chiesa so they won't be that desperat to keep hold of him, might ask for a substantial sum but he has all the tools to carve out a space for himself in this team, much of it will depend on how he adapts and if he can handle the pressure of being at a club like Inter whilst delivering week in week out... It should make for an interesting summer, Ausi just signed a new contract, read contrasting reports about Inters FFP but if they're cleared wouldn't mind seeing a Man City transformation at Inter...
I'll still take Lanzini. His been playing terrific football despite the crap West Ham are going through. I think Inter still lack creative players on the ball, if a player like Lanzini came in, he would complement the likes of Bernandeschi on the right wing, as Lanzini could play in the n10.

Ausi and Pioli need to nail their signings this summer. Inter can't just keep signing players on big money, (Barbosa and Joao) and really not amount to much.
It's very disappointing losing 2 points as it happened today. But I do believe we didn't approach the match in the right way in the 2nd half, we should've continued playing as we did in the first and I also saw no reason to park the bus. We had the match under control and had a few chances to clinch the victory with a third goal...I seriously didn't get why Pioli changed the tactics with those subs..He subbed our best players today and since then we got totally harmless. I like our coach but today he did more than one mistake imho...

Ratings:

Handanovic 6,5 (would've been 7 if it wasnt for that last-min error)
D'Ambrosio 6
Miranda 6.5
Medel 5.5
Nagatomo 6.5
Kondogbia 6.5
Gagliardini 6.5
Joao Mario 7
Perisic 7 (would've been 8 if he scored that goal..but apparently this is his main limitation)
Candreva 7
Icardi 6.5

Eder 6
Biabiany 5.5
Murillo 5.5

Pioli 5

Didn't see much of Peri but considering he was popping up alongside Nago, he was doing more than I gave him credit and also set up Icardi's goal, however he still missed two chances!? Peri off the field really shifted the game for them and it didn't help Eder was basically doing what Icardi has been doing all night, whilst Candreva was running on empty fumes and Joao is a curious player, he did better defending when he was attacking and lacked when given a role in Inters own half... you could put it down to depth but Milan was lackluster, their defence was frail and it clearly showed why when Inter let go off the pedal and shifted a gear down and allowed their attacking players more room to play... still with 2-1 scoreline, it wouldn't cover this teams short comings, as they lost against Roma and Juve in the second part of the season, I'm not even gonna mention Napoli and predict the scoreline as they're flying now in Serie A, even with a win, the table tells another story...
Theirs a reason why Mourinho wants Peri, his a hard working team player his only fault is his finishing. I could see the team slowing down in the second half but taking Peri off really changes the game, it's a damn shame because I expected a strong Milan side but they were weak, we should have walked away with the win. Another fall in the second half has been the story of the season.

At least it highlighted the team needs a LB and it can do without Candreva but not Peri, I at least hope Peri is sold for a huge sum or atleast include Darmian in that deal, much like the Zlatan deal with Eto'o... and Inter replace Candreva and him with Berna and Berardi, as for the midfield another DM to compliment Banega-Gagli would be a welcome addition...
I'm sure Peri will be sold for a big some. He had a good Euro 2016 and his had a good season at Inter, crazy that we got him for 20mil, I see him getting sold in the 45-50mil region.

The boys need a full summer with Pioli, a good pre-season (how many awful preseason Inter have had) and time to get these boys in tip top shape. Inter must do better next season as their will be no excuses.

As for transfers. A host of players could be heading out. Kondo is wanted, Brozo is probably gone, Nagatomo and Santon are gone as well. Palacio is gone and Perisic will be sold. I'm unsure about Gabigol because his seems restless and could just walk as Pioli doesn't seem much interested in him.

I would say Darmian LB, Krych DM, Bernardeschi (RW, SS, AM), Samir Santons (CB), Schick (ST) and possibly add another young MF, I wouldn't mind trying to steal away Stefano Sensi from Sassu.
All in all I liked Perisic. He set up Icardi's goal, troubled Calabria for the whole game and constantly helped Nagatomo when Milan were attacking on that side.

I only remember one chance wasted by him but I might be wrong. I do believe we lost when Pioli decided to park the bus subbing Joao Mario with Murillo
After watching cl football tonight, reminds me just how much Inter would struggle in just quartes, I have to hand it to Pioli, don't know if it was thanks to the De Boer work with them that he benefited from the players being in good shape or Mancini not working with the players enough to allow them to get a boost during Pioli's era, eitherway, players like D'Ambro, Mira, Icardi, Peri and Gagli are responding well to his training methods as they look in shape during the match... with Kondo and Brozo gone, it will leave that midfield empty, even the bench depleted if those other players you've mentioned do leave on the other hand, with the sum I've read that Suning are willing to invest, getting the right type of players on the cheap and getting the best out of them whilst building a solid first 11, could be a challenge but what this team needs to get an identity... Milan will also invest, Juve already having a solid team to work with, Roma with a new director and arguably the second best team in Serie A and Napoli having a young squad with huge potential, you'd hope the team doesn't spend 75 mil again as they did with Gabigola and Joao and nothing to show for it...
Any impression?

Man football is changing, this is going to be the first time ever I am going to watch a derby at midday. I guess it has something to do with the fact both teams now belong to Chinese managements who want the match be broadcast in China.

Anyway I think it's going to be an even match, I don't see some of our players in shape but they know they have to recover if they wanna be confirmed for the coming season.

As far as I understood, this should be our line-up:

Handanovic
D'Ambrosio
Medel
Miranda
Ansaldi
Gagliardini
Kondogbia
Banega
Candreva
Icardi
Perisic
The derby will be an interesting match, quality wise I'd say Inter on paper but with Inter having a dip in performance, specially from the likes of Icardi, D'Ambro, they look like a worn out team, must've peeked after the Atalanta game... as for Milan, Bacca remains the main threat and could be the sole difference of the night but also Deulofeu has reinvograted the team much as Gagli has done for Inter and Pasilic is popping up from all over the place and in a good form, it will probably come down to Milan attacking Inter and if Inter's defence can hold out with question marks about if Pioli should start playing with one more midfield player and opt for two strikers instead... Milan usually tire teams out with playing in the opposite sides half and manages to break them down in the second half, not will it be outmost importance of how Inter start the first half but also how they finish the second, if Inter are leading in scoreline in the 60-70 min, it could be an entertaining derby but if they're trailing or drawing, it will be Milans win for the night...
Looking at the table, I fear quality hasn't been a factor to us during this season..we are a few points down Atalanta (a team we beat 7-0) and Milan. Either our quality rate is overrated or the team hasn't worked as a whole. This might also depend on the way we started...
The team is dependent on certain players while others don't step up. When guys like Icardi are firing, the team does really well but when his finding things hard, the team really struggles. Not to mention Gagli is very important already, he brings a great balance to the team.

Pioli will certainly need to make some adjustments this summer and bring on guys that can really make an impact and have enough quality but also fit his systeam. The firing and hiring of many managers over time has effected the teams chemistry and they need time to really gel together to get through the tougher times.

As for the derby, Milan will come in with a point to prove. Milan have been unbeaten in the last 3, Inter haven't won in the last 3. Montella will surely tire Inter out in the first half and break the team down in the second half. If we don't score and finish our chances early, Milan will win the derby.
Kondo, Benega, Ansaldi and brozo have to go. Not Inter material.
Medel is not a CB, and tonight was another proof of it.
Ansaldi was man of the match for me, he really did put in a shift and was good in attack and defence, as for Kondo it wasn't his night and looked sluggish, didn't make things better when compared to how Gigla performed in the first half... Banega, really looked like he was lacking in match fitness but he was working hard, just didn't have that edge to get over his tiredness and sharpness to beat his opponent... Medel really had a tough time against Shick, which says more about Shick than Medel, even Mirra had to pull out some tricks from the 'mean defender' bag, as they had at times some difficulties facing him, specially when he had the ball under controll and was facing the goal, Shick's strength and technical ability really surprised me, he is lacking in speed but except for that, reminds me a bit of Dzeko...

i though i draw would be fair for how Samp played in the midfield and self sacrified themselves, specially Skrinik that was their man of the match for me and didn't think Handa was troubled much except for when Inter let up and Samp pushed hard for a goal... i think the team lost when they couldn't finish off their chances but it's normal after an international break, you could see they were trying to pull of moves that they had worked on but it lacked when it came to them applying that understanding, perhaps they should start training in San Siro from now, just so that they can get used to the pitch size and a better understanding of what the coach wants them to do...
Samp didn't trouble us until the second half but Inter should have buried the game way earlier but it was one of those games where we couldn't finish.

Worse part about losing was the if Inter won, they could have closed the top 3 gap by 6 points. I know its far fetched getting top 3 but I thought Inter had the win today. Disappointed.
top 3 isn't much to celebrate about, club wise, third place does make a difference in economic terms but as a team and players third place shouldn't be an aspiration, just ask Roma, who has come close to first place so many times but never really got over it not to mention their misadventure in the champions league, not even second place is much to celebrate about... all in all it's been a horrid season starting with Mancini, than Boer and Pioli finally feeling the pressure, they will have to quickly find an outlet for all of that and targeting third position should be on management level and not their get out of trouble card, because if they fail than papers and fans will hold the players and the coach accountable for it, I'm more interested in if Pioli is up for another season, what he has for plans and see if the players are responding to it already right now, because by next season it'll be a clean start and you don't want some of the baggage from this season to carry over... rather be smart about and finish in 4th spot so at least they don't have to start their season too early and stop having an excuse of targeting third spot when they're finding difficult with beating teams like Samp, as it only adds more pressure onto them and doesn't help when they lose and suddenly papers are speculating about Inters next coach and I'd hate to know where the players are pointing their fingers at, even worse if it's at among themselves....
Of course as a team, Pioli needs more time with the guys to build a solid team, his team as his yet to do that. 3rd place would really rush the process and put more pressure on him. On the other hand, the ownership want 3rd place to lure more quality players this summer. Top players want game time and UCl, even though Inter is far from, the ownership want to sign more quality players because they have the money and want to build a great team. 3rd place has its pros and cons.
Of all the players you mentioned, the most disappointing to me has been Banega. Very inconsistent in his performances, I expected much more from a player of his quality. Other than that Ansaldi is a decent right/left back, you just cannot expect him to make us win games. The real problem with Kondo was his price tag, I would have nothing against his signing if he had come for 20 but given all the money Inter splashed, expectations were way too high. And I may agree with you on Brozovic, he is clearly not deserving a confirmation.
Bernard, Bernardeschi, Samir, Musacchio, Darmian and Krych. The players I want to see next season at Inter.

Bernard and Bernardeschi would thrive playing behind a striker and are have goals to contribute. Not to mention both are very versatile and can work around Pioli change in system. Samir is talented young defender than can come for cheap and Musacchio has impressed at Villarreal for a long time now. I don't want Inter spending 40-50mil on a CB ffs. Darmian can play on either flank and will come cheap, and Krych is a beast than would complement Gagli in the holding MF positions. If the ownership wants to spend, I say spend wisely not on big money players but building a strong squad.
Gagli is the evidence that you don't have to spend big, it's about finding the right type of player, which isn't easy, as it's often a gamble with signings, specially with big signings, unless were talking about proven world stars such as Real make but in the case of Inter, i'd say Gabigol and Joao... however Kondo has reedemed himself, partly... and if he continues to go from strength to strength, all the better for him and Inter, just hope it's the same with Gabigol, whereas Joao, hasn't been consistent enough in my opinion... too bad about Brozo as he was the first player to respond really well to Pioli but fell off the radar and lost his spot to Kondo and Gagli... Krych and Mussach would be a welcomed addition, Musach hasn't been on the same level since his injury but with a bit of recovery work and strength training, he could do well at Serie A... just look at Fazio and Muris first impact since he arrived from La Liga... I'm not sure about Bernard, haven't seen him play but Bernardeschi is something special, he ranks right after Veratti for me of my favourite italian players...

than depending on how they'll field Banega, Joao in midfield... if they sell Brozo, than Krych would be the most ideal signing... if it's true clubs are lining up for Peri, i really hope Bernardeschi is Inter's top priority signings... next season, perhaps the biggest problem for Pioli will be to get Joao and Banega able to play in two man midfield, if he can succeed in that, other teams will have a hard time facing them and make it more difficult for the top teams to just bully Kondo-Gagli in midfield as what happened in the Roma game...

also really like seeing Medel as CB, if they targeting any CB's it should be a player that's compatible with Medel... just like it was with Cordoba and Matrix... just hope Muri doesn't turn out to be another Cannavaro, as soon as they sell him, he turns out to be a world star defender for another team...
after that 7-0 thumping it was normal that the players would feel fatigue but Torino really raised the heat on Inter, surprised that inter couldnt handle it, they had the same problem against Napoli, if teams attack Inter and rush them, they lose all sense of direction and control of the game, you'd almost wonder where their head is at and i mean collectively and they stop playing and revert back to their old habits, kinda figured the game was lost when Mira was stumbling with clearances, Kondo was back passing and D'Ambro with Canda totally taken out of the game...
Very disappointed. Lack of urgency and unity when it comes to sides that can bring the game to us. Torino despite falling off the pace after a good start to the season are still a really good side and they showed it today.

No surprise to why the board has been going targeting big players this summer. Inter lacks some leaders that can get the team back into the game. This Inter side can look good one day and really lost the next. Pioli can only do some much managing.
it won't help that their next opponent is Sampdoria that knows Inter well and just lost against Juve, they'll look to make things difficult for Inter and will definitely be on the attack as to make up for the loss and at this point of the season, Samp don't have much to lose or play for... I think Icardi can get through to the Argentines, Candreva would perhaps like to take up some space but could do with D'Ambro and Gagli backing him up then it's all about Brozo and Kondo that feel out of place, too bad Pioli didn't have a pre-season to work with these lads but they at least helped him with trimming the squad...
what an amazing cl wks it has been, loads of goals and some really thrilling games, kinda makes you miss that cup, Juve have an amazing chance to get it this year but so does Atletico, Simeo has done extraordinary well to get his team to performe so well consistenly, still manages to get so much out of them and replaced those that have left with adequate players, which in of itself is no mean feature... also with talks about Veratti being to expensive i'm glad Ausi is looking at Krych as he reminds me of Medel, a hard working, no fuss DM who is good with the ball at his feet, could do well in a midfield with Gagli to shore up that backline even further...
With City bottling it against Monaco, I want to see Atleti take the cup. 2 finals in the last 3/4 years, would be nice to see them finally win it.

Krych is a beast. Remember him during his Sevilla days, strong players that does his job really well. Him along and Gagli would really do the job in MF and would give the MF the license to move up the field and if Medel keeps playing at the back, why not have another DM that can do the job in MF.

With Brozo and Canderva and even Perisic likely gone this summer. We could coupe some nice cash for them to get the likes of Krych, Bernad and others.
what a game
+1
Atalanta are no pushovers but today, Icardi and Banega tore up that team. Credit to Kondo, his getting better and better.
when everyone in the team is on song, it makes things look easy but everyone did their job, the praise for Kondo is well deserved but Gagli was an engine in there too, honestly Atalanta underestimated Inter and never really got back into the game, Atalanta started well in the beginning and had they scored before Inter, it would've looked like a completely different game but Ata faded as the scoreline got bigger... they still have got a long way before having that 'big' team mentality but itll give those youngsters a good lesson for the future... not to mention Icardi, I'd be surprised if no big team came in for him in the summer with a big money offer, Inter better start looking for an alternative to him already by now...


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