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So according to news, Juve failed to sign Draxler and Hamsik, so they turned to Hernanes where we didn't hesitate and let him go...Seems we have been sitting for weeks to get offer for him and didn't even look that we are selling him to Old witch....the more I dig into story the more annoying it becomes...
Ok, we are gonna have some days before the derby and this will be a good occasion for our players to get together and get to know each other.

How do you feel about Milan? I am referring to their transfer campaign, the coach and their current performances.

In all likelihood, Milan will field this lineup (there could be a few changes tho):

------------DIEGO LOPEZ-------------
ABATE-----ROMAGNOLI-----ZAPATA------DE SCIGLIO
NOCERINO-------DE JONG------BERTOLACCI----SUSO
-----------BACCA-------LUIZ ADRIANO

In the meantime, I will give my opinion which is the same I expressed on the AC Milan's wall. I believe they had a poor transfer campaign and they used those 80 millions awfully. Bertolacci was really overpriced and their midfield line isn't better than Empoli, Sampdoria, Genoa and most mid-table teams. Same goes for the defense aside from Romagnoli who may need time whilst they have a good attacking couple (especially Bacca) and a great goallie.

It can happen anything in a derby but I believe this year Inter loos somehow better (with all the due respect for a rival as Milan is)
Well their first two games they played with a 4-3-1-2 formation with most likely Adriano and Bacca upfront. Now in AM behind the striker its either Suso or Honda and while the MF three will likely have De Jong and Bertolacci start with either Bonventura or Nocerino start along side both of them. I think their back-line will stay the same as the first two games, maybe the FBs might change.

Now as for their new manager, things are different because with a new manager comes a new philosophy and way of football the team has to adjust themselves to it. Its not always good for a club to constantly be shipping managers out every season because that means starting over every season. They current performances has shown bright moments but also a lot of struggle and its going to happen considering the big change the team is facing. The club got a new owner and their heading towards a different direction now. Only time will tell how Mancini long time friend does at the Milan job. As for how their going to fair against us, well I think this might favor them considering they already beat us twice during preseaon (even though its pre-season).

For their transfers. Romagnoli and Bertolacci were both a combined 45mil transfer fee. Quite a hefty price in the Serie A but I think instead of looking at the price,I think their investing in the future. With football nowadays, money is everything. Their were more options in the market for them but I think they wanted to stick with Italian based players. Adriano came free and Bacca is top signing whatever the price maybe, his a great goal-scorer. Now considering their not going to field wingers their MF has a ton of pressure because strikers will only be as good as the quality of service they get. Again its only the beginning and only time will tell weather this transfers were good or bad. I'm not going to say it was bad transfer window, I just think it was a decent window but for that money its sliding towards bad.

Now I think is the best time to play them. We need to take advantage and target their winger-less by controlling their MF, I think we've got more quality in our MF then their MF and certainly can control it. Kondo can over power anyone, have Medel protect the defense and RS MF, maybe Guarin has to be more disciplined in marking his man.
What mark would you give to our transfer campaign? Me, 6.5.

I am very satisfied about our defensive signings. Murillo and Miranda were really needed, wecouldn't keep playing with Ranocchia-Jesus. Miranda was worth the money and I think a 30-year-old pacey defender can play for another 3-4 years. Murillo seems to be solid too.

Midfield line: Kondogbia has arrived for 40m. As I personally haven't invested a single cent, I am happy we got him and I hope he will live up to the expectations. If I am not mistaken he is quite similar to Vieira. Other than this I am disapppointed about selling Shaqiri, Kovacic and Hernanes. What happened with Shaqiri is something I cannot explain, we signed him for 15m last season and we gave him away that quickly, this story is beyond me. Kovacic didn't demonstrate much during these years and 35m was a good deal, but still we will probably miss some quality. And Hernanes could have been useful to switch to a 4-4-2 when needed.

Strikers: very happy about Perisic, happy about Jovetic and sad about Ljajic. I hope this 4-3-3 will bear its fruit
^Am I the only one frustrated over Hernanes move to Jube??
What do you see or hear about Inter fans reaction to this transfer in Italy....????
i still think juve had the best transfer campaign, signing the likes of Khedira, Cuad and Rugani but they also bought players that won't add much to their current game and will completely change their style of play, it will take time for Allegri to get that team to gel as they're finally feeling the void Conte left after him... as for Mancini, he knows most of the players that were brought in, with Kova-Shaq out for Peri-Kondo, on paper keeping both of them would've been the best solution but considering the club is broke, Kondo-Peri could offer more to this current team... as for Ljajic, i think he could become a bargain signing considering how much Juve paid for Dybala after just one good season... if Ljajic could beef up and get the same physical ability as Augero, he could become lethal upfront for Inter as he is good with the ball and really knows how to score a goal but even if he doesn't put on some muscle he kinda reminds me of Berbatov, again the only difference is that he is easily bullied off the ball by aggressive defenders, don't forget about Melo!
@Blackstyle No, as I said in another comment I am frustrated too. But another reason why I wouldn't have sold him is because we could switch to another tactic.

@N3razzurri I think Juventus is still better than us but they didn't have a great transfer campaign. Khedira is an average midfielder who was regularly benched at Madrid, Cuadrado has to be seen after an year he didn't play, Mandzukic is one of the most overrated strikers on this planet but it seems Allegri prefers him over Morata, which is just unbelievable I think.

Plus it was almost impossible to replace Pirlo and Tevez and Pogba is not doing his natural job. Allegri is trying to fielding him as a n.10 but he is not, he a fantastic CM and you shouldn't expect him to dribble or playing anywhere.

Forget Ljajic becoming like Aguero...Aguero comes from another planet. Eder would have been a much better addition and Perotti too.
i'd give ljajic time until next summer, when he can really see the fruit of his labour if he works on his strength, he could be difference this year for inter, i really believe that, considering he was Roma's top scorer and Peri was crucial to Wolfs finishing second in bundes, i expect plenty of goals from both of them, also might not even be given that Icardi will have games he can afford to go without goals! so you'd hope he also raises his game as Juan has done with the arrival of Muri and Mira.... question mark will be on Jojo as he could easily be overshadowed by the likes of Palacio and Peri, as they're more experienced and known to work hard... Jojo got benched a lot by his coach Pelli, a coach that demands a lot from his players, will be curious to see how Jojo will react with competion for his place after inters latest signings... will he push himself or fall back as he did at Man City?
Guys, so, what's your mark on a scale from 0 to 10 to our transfer campaign? :)
I would give it a a 6.5 as well. Its a good transfer window but it could have been better. I have to give the team props for getting 2 quality CBs in Murillo and Miranda who are going to start the big games, considering they look solid. The only deducation is the FBs, I would have perfered to attacking FBs in Rafeal ( Man U) at RB and maybe Coentrao (Madrid) at LB but lets see how this boys do.

In MF, Kondo is our major signing this season but considering we sold a quality MF like Kovcic who plays a different role then Kondo, I would have really pushed to get Alex Song on loan. Guarin can be inconsistent at times and after selling Herna, I would have rather seen Alex Song. Imagine having tough players like Song and Kondo starting in MF together? As for wingers, I guess the team opted out for AM rather then out and out wingers but I think Perisic and Ljajic is will make the different considering how much quality they both possess. I would have wanted Florenzi and Cuadrado but both deals are incredibly hard to even place. One is on a big money deal and wants to play UCl the other is a home town boy.

As for attack. Jovetic will probably be deployed as a striker rather then a number 10/Am that I was hoping for but either or, if his scoring goals I'm all for it. As much as people like Palacio, I would have replaced him this summer and gone for another striker considering his age and how much he would contribute on the long run. I think Icardi needs competition. I would have wanted to see Dzeko come in and possibly seen both Balkan boys start together. Dzeko will dominate the Serie A this season, his the kind of target man creative players will want to see up top and provides a different game to Icardi.

All in all its easier said then done. Our squad had players that were of no use to us anymore. We would have to offload most to all of them which is no easy task, which is why things took so long. Also with FFP looming around every club, things had to balance out. Its hard to snatch quality players when your at a rebuilding phase, things are going to take time.
Icardi

Cuad - X - Florenzi

Kondo - Song

Coen - X - X - X

not a bad team! I would've added Berardi, Sergi, Rabiot, Benatia, Balo, Lamela and also talked Juve into buying not only Herna but also Guarin and gotten Rugani in that deal... as for Milan being interested in Ranoch, I would've asked for De Sciglio in return for him...

overall, I'd wait until january to give a fair assesment but judging by what has been missing from Inter during Mancini's stay, the players that have arrived promise a lot not just on paper but by their technical ability, i'd say 7/10... it won't be a pretty inter but with some care, determination and luck, Mancini's current team might be able to get the job done...
Not more than 6...I would give even 7.5 or 8 if Kova, Shaq and Hernanes weren't gone...And the most painful part of all of these are the fact that you will see them playing for the club you hate the most...Ugh!
@Blackstyle it's like asking for the moon mate, you cannot sign 10 players without selling anyone, u need money to make transfer bids.

I am just skeptical on the fact Mancini has totally upset the tactic he used last season and opted out for a 4-3-3. I think we are quite good but the midfield line lack in quality which is why I would field Gnokouri, this guy is promising
^ I want to see him come off the bench more, Gnou is certainly promising.
@Jo...I never said we shouldn't sell our players, but certainly not those on whom we had our game and squad built on during last 2 seasons. Now imagine if it takes about 2 years for Persic and Kondo to get adopted to Serie A, just like it did to Kova and other new players. Are you ready to wait 2 more years to see the outcome of these signing ??
I don't even know what to say about Shaqiri, that guy couldn't even feel where he was, and he is gone. I know you will say that financial FP caused us to let them go, but how come none of the big teams that I know of suffered as much as we did here because of FFP. (Monaco is the only one I know, except us, who really suffered because of that stupid rules..)
Yes, that's what I mean, I find surprising that Mancini changed that playing style completely. He has long played with a 4-4-2 and now he switched to a 4-3-3. Now we have a whole new team.

This story of players getting adapted is 99% a hoax, Vahagn, if a player is good he gets adapted after a couple of months or less. Kondogbia may be better in a couple of years but only because he will put up some experience.

As for FP we never manage to know how much a team earns and how much a team invests..remember that revenues not only depend on players, there are teams with a stronger branding than us and others, like Man City totally ignore FP and pay a penalty in the end
@Jo...So what you are saying is Mancini wants to experiment something that has 0 experience with in Inter, with is playing 4-3-3???
That's quite risky and not sure if Inter fans and Tohir are ready to sit back and watch out how is he experimenting for an other season.

Also,you said "if a player is good he gets adapted after a couple of months or less"...I completely disagree with your this statement...There are more than a factor than Player's quality that help him to get adapted to a new team or not. Examples are so many, Look at Di Maria and Falcao in Man United, Jovetic in Man City, Sneijder,Cambiasso,Cassano,Bale and 100 of other players in RM (this is one of the reasons I hate seeing Kova being sold to RM), Torres in Chelsea and so many examples in our Inter.
And About FFP , I was gonna tell you about our clubs activities all around the world.Not sure if you visit Inter's official website or not, I noticed that every month or 2 we open a new academy in Asia, S. and North America or Africa. I know that our management thinks about finding talents here and there, but opening new academics are definitely not free and it costs us tones of money. Now seeing that only 2 or 3 players of our whole squad is coming from our academic teams, I feel that having all those academies are completely unnecessary. I strongly believe that the money that has been spent on those useless academies should help us buy more "super-star" players, which later would bring us more fans and so more revenue. Following the example of big clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona or Man united, they make more money with Advertising, TV rights and selling shirts than they do with winning trophies, or selling home tickets to their fans.
@Blackstyle it may sound illogical, and to me it is because Mancini as far as I remember never played with a 4-4-2. He always used 4-4-2 at Inter with Ibra-Crespo upfront and earlier with Cruz-Adriano and in Man city he used the attacking couple Aguero-Balotelli (or Tevez). When he started his career at fiorentina he was using a 4-4-2 too. So, it's a fact, for the first time, Mancini opted out for a 4-3-3. Thohir is definitely ready and they will have surely discussed about this. Also these players were bought with Thohir's money.

Yes, I confirm all I said. A great player doesn't need too much to get adapted to Serie A, la Liga or EPL. How long took to Ronaldo, Shevchenko, Tevez, Milito or Etoo? Maybe one or two days, so this story is a hoax to me. Do you really think a top striker needs time to face Stendardo from Atalanta, Letizia from Carpi or Tonelli from Empoli? C'mon. I said the same on Juve's forum, the reason why Mandzukic scored only 12 goals last year is simply because he is not a great striker otherwise this wouldn't explain why Aguero or Falcao didn't have the same problem.

The examples you mentioned have nothing to do with this 'getting adapted' thing. Falcao is too injury prone and Di Maria was overloaded with pressure after being signed for 70 millions, he is definitely a good player but everyone expected him to be like Messi, and obviously he couldn't live up to the expectations. Jovetic was injured too and Bale is pretty average apart from being fielded in a completely different role. Ask Real Madrid's fan what they think about Bale. Torres in Chelsea never got adapted, so it's another wrong example, Torres suffered from something psychological as he clearly explained in a documentary.And RM players suffered from a suicidal management. There may be many factors for which players don't give their best, they can be out of shape, they can lack in professionalism, they may have troubles with their coach but this has 0 to do with getting adapted. ES: Sneijder was used to drink a lot at Madrid which is why supporters called him Whiskey Sneijder.

No I don't visit Inter website as I don't have time to waste. Strange, my brother talked to Moratti's son and was told Thohir CLOSED some Inter Campus projects. So this surprises me.

Those academies you are talking about have nothing to do with Inter's juvenile team. We have always had excellent players coming from our academy ad being part of U-21 selection and we were completely unable to let them thrive, but this is another story. These academies you are talking about are more related to social projects and involve generally much younger guys (from 5 to 16 I guess). For instance, Inter opened a campus named Israel-Palestine were children from both countries can play together. I hope they'll open more of these projects in the future so I will keep having a reason for being proud of my team (but it will be harder with Thohir)




So now it's clear. I would have preferred a 4-4-2 with skilled midfielders but Mancini opted out for a 4-3-3 which is testified by the selling of Kovacic, Hernanes and Shaqiri, they just weren't part of his tactics.

So, I believe our line-up may be:

-------------HANDANOVIC---------------------

SANTON-----MIRANDA-----MURILLO-------TELLES


------BROZOVIC------KONDOGBIA-----MEDEL

------JOVETIC-----ICARDI-------PERISIC

This is how I think Mancini will play, NOT the lineup I would choose. I would field Gnokouri instead of Medel to add more quality and I would use Nagatomo as a right back with Santon as a left back. I always loved Santon as a left back, don't understand why he isn't this good on the right
the back is solid! you could easily allow for a combo of Juan-Murillo and I'd even like to see a Medel-Miranda or even Miranda-Ranoch, with Dodo coming back from injury and with Nago, D'Ambro, Santon, Telles and Montoya all vying for a spot, Mancini will be spoiled for choice and should have fullbacks full of running...

-------------HANDANOVIC---------------------

-------X-----X-----X-------X-------------

------GUARIN------MELO-----KONDO

------PERI-----ICARDI-------JOVETIC

or a 4-2-3-1

-------------HANDANOVIC---------------------

-------X-----X-----X-------X-------------

-----------MELO-----KONDO------

------PERI-----LJAJIC-----JOVETIC

---------------ICARDI-------------

or even an ultra conservative midfield with all 3 DM's on the field and letting the likes of Jojo-Peri-Ljajic roam free upfront!

-------------HANDANOVIC---------------------

-------X-----X-----X-------X-------------

------MELO-----MEDEL-----KONDO------

------LJAJIC-----JOVETIC-----PERI
So it's official: today Ljajic, Melo and Telles signed for us.

While I was enthusiastic about PerisiC, Miranda and Jovetic, I cannot say the same today. I have awful memories of Felipe Melo who I think we didn't need at all and I have disliked Ljajic since that quarrel with Delio Rossi (after a substitution he told Delio Rossi something like: you are more retarded than your son, and Delio Rossi's son actually suffers from down syndrome). I know nothing about Telles tho. Has anyone seen him playing? Please don't take Youtube videos as a reference, I tried to have a look but as it always happens it's hard to get an idea
Mancini signed him for Gala just before he left and with Sylvinho having previous knowledge about him at his time in the brazilian league, he could be an interesting player, from the games i've seen him play, he doesn't have much flair and is more of a hard working and fast defender, perhaps resembles a bit Clichy... and as soon as him and Montoya adapt to Serie A, Inter could have two solid fb's...
Don't really know much about the ordeal with Delio Rossi but the following season after Rossi was sacked, Ljajic was Fiorentina's top performer the following season which earned him the move to Roma as Lamela's replacement. The kid has got quality and will add that to Inter Milan. As for Melo, I think more then anything the team needs a MF general, a leader with experience. I've never watched Tellas but I'm hoping the kid turns out well.
WTF...just read we sold Hernanes to Juve!!!!!!
This is f*****g unbelievable...and signed Ljajic from Roma as Hernanes replacement...
After Kovacic, and Shaqiri, this is our 3rd quality player that leaves us...You might say he was not a game changer or a "star" but has been a player we always have counted on.......and selling him to the old witch ???? really???


I completely agree with you. Bad timing, Juve started having troubles and we gave them a good player as Hernanes, senseless. The only explanation I can have is that Mancini decide to play with a 4-3-3 and Hernanes wouldn't have had room. Or maybe because the financial fair play, but then again I would never sell players to Juve or Milan unless I'm 100% sure they are flops.

As a fan of technical and skilled midfielders I don't like this choice either
From all Juve fans, receive our heartfelt thanks for Hernanes. Hopefully, you regret this as much as Milan did with Pirlo.
people thought Pirlo was finished but no one doubted his talent, as for Herna, never really delivered for Inter, considering how much they paid for him... so herna in exchange for Melo and Telles? i'd take that anytime of the day, Kondo's defensive ability fair outweights Kova's and even going forward, Kova never really contributed except for the odd goal or so, overall Kondo gives the team a better stability and structure, as for Shaq? i really hope Peri lives up the high expectations put on him...
Tbh I'm not all that pissed at all. Like Nrea said, he never really delivered for us and its true. Their were games where he was a standout player and then games were he was just flat, and for most games he was the latter. For a player Inter paid 20mil for I was expecting more consistency. For 11mil, I'm down for it, its not really like he impressed during pre-season and would have not made the starting XI anyways.
@N3razzurri People thought Pirlo was finished during his last year at AC Milan, but when Inter sold him to Juventus he was 21 and was Italy's U21 captain. As we often did, we put too much pressure on the guy and didn't allow him to thrive

@n3RAZZURRI and Moe66 I quite agree with your comment about Hernanes, he has never been constant but he has quality and I would never sell Juve a quality player. Last year he did quite good actually
^ I do agree, the only downside to the deal, selling to Juve was a bad move but maybe their going to give us an option of buying of their players. I would love to get K.Asamoah from them.
Moe66 I think Juve would never do this with us. the reason is that a 30-year-old wants to play and he understood Mancini wasn't willing to give him playing time. And as the transfer campaign was almost over there wasn't enough time to look for another solution, which is why Inter accepted Juve's offer. It's not a tragedy, Hernanes is not Maradona but I always like to remember Inter's players with no appearances with Milan or Juve! :)
Looks like Felipe Melo will sign for us from Gala along with Brazilian LWB Alex Tellas.

Another player who could be coming and I'm hoping is true is Adem Ljajic, who is rumored to arrive to Inter on loan with an option to buy. Right now Inter need all the attacking options we get can get our hands on.
Mancini has built a team in his own image, and you are early season favorites, especially given those performances.
those won't count, inter could easily lose two matches in a row after those... give the rest of Serie A some time to catch up and gain match fitness, won't know how the season has been untill day 28... the first real big test will be against Milan, they're struggling and if Inter can take advantage of that, it should show how mature they are moving forward in the season... but i doubt we'll win or i'll be surprised if anything other than a draw happens, specially with how Inter wasted chances against Carpi...
+1
Despite the two wins, it was nothing really impressive apart from Jovetic. Our back-line looks solid expect Santon who isn't so sound in his defensive game, don't know what Montoya is doing on the bench. The MF I think right now is the conundrum here. I don't understand why Mancini plays Brozo in AM behind the strikers, he doesn't seem to do much and his more of CM and should be playing in that position. In fact why not switch both Guarin and Brozo up. Against Capri it was Guarin who got the assist and got the penalty for the game wining PK. He should the free role of roaming around in the attacking MF and causing trouble. Palacio is making less and less of an impact season after season, he provides good runs and not much of an impact. Hoping he gets into some form in the season his goals can be crucial.

As of now, Inter are now where near title favorites at all. Milan will certainly test us and be our first real challenge. Hopefully we can get Perisic and Icardi ready for the game.
+1
Sam, I actually don't think we are favorite. Juventus easily won last year and two early matches cannot change that even if I believe that losing Pirlo, Tevez and Vidal (but especially Pirlo and Tevez as they were two leaders) will affect Juve much. Roma is another forerunner who got reinforced with Dzeko and Salah, we may compete for the third spot. Also remember that our victories have been all but exciting so far: we won 1-0 against Atalanta at minute 93 and 1-2 with Carpi with a late penalty. Obviously I hope you'll turn out right :)
+2
Dam that was close....What the heck was Palacio doing on the pitch for the whole game?
hope Icardi is firing on all cylinders when he gets back and that with the window closing, Peri and whomever else that is an attacking player are in form and ready to pick the momentum inter are going through now...
Wondering why Manco let Longo leave on loan...We desperately nend him now...
Tonite I saw Milan playing. I think this season we are far better than them and will get an upper spot in the Serie A Table.
Its early days, they've got a new manager and a different set up in terms of tactics. They have more depth then we do and quality in terms of attack with Menez/Balotelli/Cerci/Adriano/Bacca/Honda. They've got a good MF and a think a decent defensive but you'd better hope Bacca and Adriano don't pick up form because once a player like Bacca starts scoring his going to do a lot of damage. Although it will come down to how his MF service him and tbh I haven't watched much of Milan to know how their playing.
+1
i'm pretty much excited about Peri and hope Guarin has a good season, not that worried about Medel and Kondo, unless both of them get injured, which would be a disaster! they should have a good understanding since their time together at Sevilla and both of them are known to work hard out on the field... can see why Mancini would be desperate for Melo as he could give the finishing touch to that midfield... as for upfront, i really hope another player comes in otherwise, Peri and Jovetic should be enough against most of Serie A teams but for top 1-4 teams, inter will need 1-2 more attacking players or 1 attacking and 1 fb, too bad Coentrao opted for Monaco...


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0
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6
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2
5
0
0
2
2
2
6
2
1
3
0
0
2
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6
2
0
2
0
0
2
2
4
6
2
1
3
0
0
2
2
5
4
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4
7
0
1
1
2
6
4
1
2
3
0
1
1
2
7
3
1
1
2
1
0
1
2
8
3
1
1
2
1
0
1
2
9
3
0
3
3
1
0
1
2
10
3
0
1
1
1
0
1
2
11
3
-1
3
2
1
0
1
2
12
3
-3
5
2
1
0
1
2
13
1
-1
4
3
1
1
0
2
14
1
-2
3
1
1
1
0
2
15
0
-2
3
1
2
0
0
2
16
0
-2
3
1
2
0
0
2
17
0
-3
5
2
2
0
0
2
18
0
-3
4
1
2
0
0
2
19
0
-4
7
3
2
0
0
2
20
C/L  C/L Qualifying  UEFA Cup  Relegation 

In the Inter Milan Forum

by macres
1 comments
8 comments
by Dibzz
13 comments
14 comments
1 comments

In the Stands

29 comments
by matei
2 comments
1 comments
3 comments
5 comments

   
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