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What a match! Inter played well in the first and what a finish by Icardi for the first two goals, his a treat to watch and Inter are so lucky he really loves the club or else he would have left long a ago. The second half Milan looked frightening as they came back and nearly took a win before the PK, Montella's bringing in Cutrone changed the game but thanks to Handa having the game of his life (except for the harsh own goal), we escaped. The ending was brilliant way to end it, Spa has really looked to have turned a new corner with Inter. Onwards to a tougher Napoli fight!
It was a good half, as I thought the tempo was good and Inter looked in control, however, the second half Inter looked drained of energy and D'Ambro with Peri looked out of place with Gagli, Vecino and Nago looking sluggish, even Borja vanished, great to see Candreva enjoying himself in that game and Icardis inclusion to the Argentina team has done wonders for him, as he was hoping and working for that oportunity and now that he has reached it, he looks intent on making the most out of it, if he can keep this form untill the end of the season, which is unlikely but if he does, I'll miss him as the big teams will be coming by to activate his clause...
^ If we make UCL this season, I have a feeling Icardi will stay as he seems really happy at Inter.

The tempo this team plays is going to demand a lot out of the players so I can see why we've been linked with a few names in the January window. Spa will need to further bolster the squad to get to the finishing line.
Brozo will miss the Milan match with calf injury. Shame as I wanted to see more of him. I wonder if Joao Mario will feature in the game, his been looking confident for both Inter and Portugal of late.

Rumors are, Ramires who plays for the Suning Chinese football club could return to European football with Inter Milan. I'v always liked Ramiries and his still only 30 year old, for a short term deal I would love to have in MF. The guy can do anything in MF, weather his defending or attacking, hoping this one happens!
I have to say I thought Inter missed out on Bernad but they were definitely in need Borja, reminds me of Cambi and before him T. Motta who used to marshall that midfield for Inter, only difference is strength but he makes it up with abundance of skill and some little help from Vecino! Ramires was a hard worker, if his legs are still fresh and hasn't become to dull, he'll become a welcome addition!
Ozil?

Would be a pretty sweet deal, he would fit in the MF like a glove when you have players like Valero in the team and Vecino. Spa could play the 4-2-3-1 with a true n10. Serie A would be less of a physical battle for Ozil and I would as far as say getting Ozil would seal a top 3 finish for Inter. I know I'm just talking but watching him for Germany and the way he opens up and controls the tempo is brillant and a nightmare for defenders as he can pick a pass out of anywhere. He would do some serious damage for Inter. I know he said he would want to go back to Schalke and the Bundesliga but if the move is possible Ausi should make it happen as his a top class player.
Ozil is a peculiar player, he often gets blamed for being lazy but his play looks effortless because he is just that good at positioning himself and his calmness allows him to pick out some neat passes, yes he lacks power and speed but there is a reason why he has won so much throughout his career but perhaps age has caught up to him and his skills can't longer make up for his weaknesses in strength and fitness... I'd still rate Ramsey over him at Arsenal but at Inter, I can't remember the last time we had a nr 10 like him playing for the team!? I thought that they might go for Lucas Lima as he'll also be free in the january window? however serie A is more tactical and could suit his style of play as long as he puts in the work needed in training...
^ If you watch him in the WC 2010/Real Madrid, you can see he lost lots of speed since then, although it was 7 almost 8 years ago. The problem at Arsenal is that he lacks a quality deep-lying play-maker in Santi, when Santi was fit none questioned Ozil's quality as he had a CM he can work with and would cover for him defensively, I think the likes of Valero,Vecino/Gagli would work well with him and cover for him defensively, freeling Ozil to do what he does best and having a player like Icardi up front is a plus as his deadly up front. I personally would love to see a true n10 at Inter.

The reason why I rate Ozil over Ramsey is that with Ozil, you know what you can get from Ozil game in and out. He will either play behind the striker or come from deep to launch a counter attack, he sets the tempo of the game. With Ramsey, he can either play like a top class player or just look plain average asf. Ramsey inconsistency is why he never ended up with the likes of Barca or Madrid.
Don't say that, I think if Ramsey had been playing at a team like Man U, he could've reached a new heights but it also has to do with expectations, when was the last time an Arsenal player had consistent reviews throughout the wholeseason? Players at that team get picked apart so easily and raised to such high levels when they perform well, eitherway with Ozil, if he were to arrive, the only difference he could make to the team is if they were already topping the table by january or still within reaching distance for a realistic chance for the scudetto, otherwise you could just bring about any player that is comfortable playing as AM and can be of use in rotation of the squad and give new tactical options to Spa...
I see your point and he is a top quality player but if Spa is looking for a pure n10, Ozil is the man. Ozil creates more chances than any other player in the league almost every season. Not to mention, I don't know how many players today that can match him when it comes to pick out a good pass. Ramsey is much better going forward and I think the 3-4-3 system at Arsenal better suits his game. Arsenal fans really get that Wales Ramsey that puts on a show when he suits up for his country.
Any other player? In a league with D. Silva, Bruyne, Dele Alli, Eriksen and even Fabregas? I wouldn't seeing Ozil at Inter, remember he was linked to the club before he joined Real, who could blame him? and the fact he became a starter said a lot about his ability...

Ozil aside until the january window but now is when it gets tricky for Inter in the league with matches against Napoli, Juve, teams ahead of them in the table and games against Torino, Samp, Lazio and Milan! if they crash and burn now after their start to season, it'll be downwards spirall that'll only stop untill they reach 8th spot in the league as that's the position this team looks most comfortable of late lol!
Oh dear god, I hope it doesn't come to that. That is my worst nightmare honestly.

Tough games are certainly worrisome but Inter have to prove themselves because a top 3 finish will mean beating more than just Roma. Although I get the sense Spa is not yet satisfied with the team which is why were linked to so many names but I suppose its also to keep the others on their toes. Having more quality never hurts and will the boys under pressure and push them to continue to preform. I always feel in the past few seasons, when the big player have a rough day, the whole team under preforms in the past, right now, that can't happen.
Leaving it late as always, nevertheless I'll take it as this was a scrappy one. Got to keep up with the big boys and build momentum for the Milan showdown.
Don't you loved it when SuperBrozo turns up for matchday? even Joao looked good at his outing, might give Peri some much needed rest and competition as next up are Milan, they've been struggling to click as a team and they still look like they're learning how to play with each other, with mistakes costing them games but I would bet my house on that they'll be alert and ready to atleast have fun when coming up against Inter, I'm thinking about what happened in the Bologna game and between Juve-Ata, as teams in great form and motivated can really hurt you on the day if your not attentive.
Spa has spoken about playing Brozo behind the striker which is good because his a quality player but needs more to be more consistent. Also Joao did well, games like these are going to give others some good confidence. Still want to see more from Joao and I want to see Yann Karamoh, his an exciting young player, like what I saw from him in the Genoa game.

Milan will turn up against us, no doubt. We should really expect nothing less but a big win will really boost the morale in the team, we need a big statement win.
Inter is back.
Still early days but hoping for a good season.
Nope!
lol! didn't even know there was a mid-week game but it goes to show that specially mid-table teams will not only face inter prepared but that much harder to beat during game play if results are going their way, the fact inter were flying so high might give other teams the impression of inter being a strong team, Juve are really good at taking advantage of that as teams will either rise to the challenge or collapse before the game even starts, Bologna grew in confidence and Inter will have to set the pace and not be overtaken or surprised with teams like Bologna coming up against them at least in this part of the season....
I watched the match, honestly, Bologna could have finished scored 3-4 goals and ended the game on the spot as Inter where struggling to get anything in the opening half. Bologna where just playing some inspired football. In the second half, Inter had chances but still struggled to finish and at the end, got really lucky with a dodgy PK call.

Going forward some mid table teams will be tougher than others and Inter have expect teams to fight back but letting the other teams dictate the game as Bologna did, was really bad. It could be the fact that Inter have been playing such high intensity football, so I wonder when Spa will rotate the front 3 because mid week games, away are going to strain some players.
Moussa Sisioko on a loan deal. Not a bad move. Looks like Jojo is off to Monaco and we need another winger. Would much rather have him then spend 25-30mil on Keita Blade. Mustafi deals seems like its going to go through, which is good news. Mangala desperately wants to join Inter on loan to make the WC 2018 team for France but I don't know if where going to sign him if Mustafi joins us.
Both Jojo and Keita off to Monaco, also Barbosa out on loan with Karam coming in, they've decided to keep the team impact as much as possible with Kondo the surprise departure, I think this year will be Icardi's with him Candreva and Peri both getting a solid season with him and Spa known for getting the most out of his strikers and him getting now regular call up to the national team and playing alongside the likes of Di Maria and Messi
Its a solid team and we don't have UCl/EL so the team can have as much rest as possible and focus on every game that comes. With the intensity Inter now play with, those breaks are going to come in handy for us while others have to European football.

I'm fairly happy with the team and maybe we can see a few academy players get some chances like Pina and Vanheusden. I'm feeling really positive about this season.
The fact they started so well helps with the feeling of positivity but had they drawn or lost against Roma, it would've been a huge backlash, there were already talk about how Inter haven't spend as much as Milan and how most of these players already failed to deliver from last season under Pioli, still it's nice seeing the team at the top of the table and I'd wait untill the derby in October as the games inbetween won't have that much of an effect on the top of the half table more than Inter themselves losing points or failing to capatalise when other top half teams lose their games againsts smaller teams...
Turned it off after seeing Inter struggling to get a good pass into the box during the first half, thought it was going to be one of those games. Turns out, Inter won by 3 goals. Lol! I'll have to catch the highlights.
Lol you have been one of the die hard ones here. Wouldn't expect you doing that.haha
^ I just thought it was going to be one of those games, Roma looked so dangerous and the one time I turn it off, the team gets a huge win lol!
Now you know how to make us win. haha
It's so easy, just turn off the TV and come back 1 hour later to enjoy the score line. I would do that if I had that power. LOL
Lol, I'm actually reading about Mustafi and deal could happen. Would be insane if it did because his a solid CB.

Mustafi has agreed to join us, clubs must agree on a deal. Most likely a loan with a chance to sign on permeate deal in the near future. Would be a steller move as his a beast of a CB capable of playing in a back 4 or a back 3. Not sure about Mangala anymore but can't believe Wenger is letting him go.

As for attackers. If we don't get Schik, its Keita Balde coming. I do want Schik but the team really does needs another winger.
Inter playing with so much more intensity, its great to watch. I know its only Viola who lost a ton of players but Inter looks well set up. Although were going to need a few more players because I don't see our players playing like this every game, especially Canderva/Perisic. We still don't have alternatives for them.
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Borja was pure class, it also helps that him and Vecino already have an understanding but was surprised by the many missed placed passes by Brozo, D'Ambro and Nago, lost interest of the game at the 60 min, Viola are still at their pre-season work out but Dias looked like an exciting player plus a couple of more that looked good sporadically, however Pioli will need to gel them together quickly to get the best of them, eitherway next up is Roma and it'll be a game between the coaches as Icardi, Peri, Candreva and Borja along with Mira looked in good shape, don't know about Roma as I read it took a Kolarov free-kick to win their game, let's hope Spa knows his old team well and can get this Inter to beat them comfortably without being suprised by Francesco...
Yeah, Brozo did struggle during the game but I hope he can shake it off, we seriously need him. Overall, I have confidence that we can get a result at Roma.

With the transfer window done in less than 10 days, I wonder if Spa will make a few more moves? Emre Mor deal fell apart, I want to see another attacking MF/winger coming in.

As for incoming players, Cancelo has joined on loan, Kondo heading the other way. Glad to have someone who can deliver in attack as he will be needed.
It'll be interesting as I read Mustafi was on Inter's radars along with Mangala, so I'm guessing a switch to 3 at the back, as Dalbert and Cancelo will most likely be effective in that formation but also that Cancelo can act as a RW, perhaps a direct replacement for out going Candreva? read everyone are waiting on the Mbappe deal as that could trigger a few merry-go-around transfers and if Man U come knocking with a big bid, we could see a wingers arriving at Inter... also Brozo is again being linked with Juve, with Marchisio's surprise link with Milan, I'd trade those two in a heart beat, could be what Inter are lacking in midfield, I personally would love to see Ramsey of Arsenal, as he is just pure class of AM, he could thrive at Serie A much like Hamsik or if we were mega rich like PSG, Eriksen or even Iniesta thinking of change of scenario but I'd imagen half of the world's richest clubs would love to have him at their club as commercial merchandise...
Inter won't land Mustafi and tbh I want Canderva to stay, his been top quality for us and will come handy, the window is closing soon and unless Inter already have a top replacement in mind, he should not go. In fact, having both Cancelo and Canderva will come very handy considering both complement each other and can rotate roles during the game.

Looking at the window, wish we can get a n10, Spa did say he will play a 4-2-3-1 next season, but I think Inter really lack a n10 and Idk how Brozo will preform, he has his stints where his does really well a number of games then turn invisible for months on end.

On other news, Inter could bring back Alfred Duncan. Would be really nice, his grown so much since he left Inter a while ago. Perfect Kondo replacement.
Elaiquim Mangala will come in on a season loan. Not a bad move. Mira/Skrin are the starters without a doubt, both did well together in pre-season but Mangala will be a good cover and can play in a back 3 without a problem.

If reports are true, Joao Cancelo will also come in on a season loan with Kondogbia going the other way.
Was surprised with how much Mangala went for when arriving at City, never really looked comfortable as CB and with how fluid football Guard likes to play, Mangala is too rigid, isn't he also arriving at Inter so that he can get a chance to be called up for the WC? not gonna happen if he is playing second fiddle to Skrin and Mira? Also with Ansaldi and D'Ambro also more than comfortable with playing 3 at the back, he might see his appearances limited but it might be a good chance for Skrin to play with a CB similar to him as he is robust and strong, even if Mira is no joke as CB, he doesn't come close to the body strength of Skrin and Manga...

Cancelo gets a lot of berating for his defensive skills, also doesn't help he can easily be taken off the ball, however his touch with the ball is world class and if it's true that he has potential it'll come down to if it's a gamble worth taking on him, 30 mil is a lot but they have a year to test him out, let's hope it won't be another Montoya, who took over spot from Cancelo!...
Mangala struggles against the fast tempo of the PL, his a good CB and did a good job at Valencia, saving them the blushes in plenty of games. Even in pre-seaosn, he was still very good for us. Pep just wants a ball playing left footed CB and Mangala is the odd man out. If Mangala can find his stride and he can very consistent and even challenge Mira for the starting spot. I really hope Mangala proves himself but his just the other kind of CB Inter could use.

As for Cancelo, I like the fact that his a good attacking player but his defensive game does really let him down. If were playing a flat back 4, I can't see Dalbert and Cancelo start on the FB positions together, both will leave Inter's defense wide open for counter attacks. Although if were playing a 3, Dalbert and Cancelo will be such a deadly combo at the wing-back positions. Either way, we have a season to decide if his worth the money.


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Serie A Table

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PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
24
21
5
26
0
0
8
8
1
22
12
5
17
0
1
7
8
2
19
14
7
21
1
1
6
8
3
19
11
10
21
1
1
6
8
4
15
9
5
14
2
0
5
7
5
14
2
9
11
1
2
4
7
6
14
0
8
8
2
2
4
8
7
13
1
13
14
1
4
3
8
8
12
0
9
9
2
3
3
8
9
12
-1
13
12
4
0
4
8
10
10
1
11
12
4
1
3
8
11
9
0
13
13
3
3
2
8
12
6
-2
15
13
6
0
2
8
13
6
-8
14
6
6
0
2
8
14
6
-8
14
6
4
3
1
8
15
6
-12
16
4
4
3
1
8
16
5
-5
13
8
5
2
1
8
17
5
-7
14
7
5
2
1
8
18
5
-11
15
4
5
2
1
8
19
0
-17
19
2
8
0
0
8
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