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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...
Daniel Sturridge?

For a loan move yes but Ausi couldn't find anyone else? I like Sturridge but his not exactly what he use to be. His quick, good finisher and would probably add more than Eder could be his made of glass, idk how many games he would play.
when was the last time inter bought an englishman? i thought it was evident in this last game against Roma that Inter do lack that type of player that scores goals effortlessly, Icardi has done well so far but it isn't easy getting the attention of all of Serie A's defenders and them being aware of your threat, he played really good tonight but Alisson was just outstanding in goal for Roma... would be nice to see a frontman up there to bang in those goals but good strikers are hard to come by so if Liverpool can offload Sturridge for a small some considering how much they made off coutinho after their 13 mil purchase, a discount would be welcome... at the end of the day, it'll depend on how tactically aware Sturridge is and how motivated he is to play for Spa...


besides poor Gigla for being subbed at before half time as I thought Borja had more of a terrible game than him, looked like Borja was running on empty tank but Gagli was too impatient and didn't use his strength well enough to hold out to get the right pass instead played sloppy due to urgency rather than accuracy,
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Ikr, I thought Borja was woeful today. Seemed like he couldn't keep up at hole, left Gagli and Vecino figting the tough pressure Roma kept applying. Gagli was put in a tough position, he should have been stronger in some situations but his teammates weren't helping either.

Atm, Inter are lacking goals from someone other than Icardi which has been a issue for quite a few seasons now. This might be why Spa is looking to shake things up in both MF and possibly bringing in Sturridge. In the MF we could use more energy and guys like Rafinha, Ramiries and possibly Correa could add that. Before his injuries Sturridge was second only to Suarez in the 13/14 season but that was some time ago, don't know what to expect from him now. His quick, scores goals and seems to get into good positions. All in all, if Spa is capable of bringing in 3-4 players which seems unlikely in this time frame, it could turn our second half season around. Right now teams know how to stop Inter.
Only if Mkhitaryan was joining Inter instead on Arsenal, he would shift our attacking department to a complete new level.
Lisandro Lopez (CB) of Benfica joins us on loan.
Rafinha of Barca is said to be going on loan to Inter, once an agreement is in place.
Ramiries wants to come to Inter and Inter are still interested in signing him but I guess were going to have to wait and see.
Also, Joaquin Correa of Sevilla could join Inter on a swap deal for Joao Mario.
Brozo could be on his way out.
rather good movements, particulary Brozo and Joao whom haven't really got off and fallen off the mark, sends a clear message about the benchmark for the required level of performance, than again, you'd hope the new signings take on the commitment set out by the rest that are still at the club... I keep reading Marchisio is splitting up with the old lady, would love to see him at Inter! I thought Correa looked like a good talent at Samp, don't know how well he has faired at La Liga but it would be nice to have an attacking player that knows Serie A
^ Spa knows that if Inter can continue the 2nd half of the season strongly, then we have every chance to grab a UCL place. No point in wasting time. The message needs to made in the team. Brozo and Joao aren't cutting it, time to ship them out.

Hard to say how all will fit, although I do hope they fit, I'm filling optimistic about it as you can see Spa is going for players that can bring different things to the table.
The team needs to be shaken up a bit, otherwise there is the risk of things stalling again, as it was evident under Mancio's term, perhaps he should've handled the situation much better but there was a need for change, which was proven at first by how his team deflated after their strong stat to the seasona and tham afterwards with Pioli with the team also imploding in on itself, maybe Spa was fortunate to get Borja and Vecino but investments such as Gabigol, Mario, Dalbert and Cancelo have failed to deliver, whereas Brozo has taken a more backseat role and I'm also not sure about Kondo but I keep reading he is having a strong season at Valencia, besides is he coming back? or do Valencia have the final say?
Glad the board/manager are finally learning from past mistakes. Spa deserves credit as he sought Vecino and Borja out and both turned out for us. Hoping the shake up continues and we can offload Joao Mario, Eder and Brozo to make room for Rafinha, hopefully Ramires and Joaquin Correa to add some fire power to the MF.

Kondo has been vital to Valencia strong start along with Parejo in MF. They do have the option to buy him so I would be surprised if they don't as his done really well.
Parejo? remember how i used to like him when i watched la liga, must be doing something right if he is still getting plaudits but wonder why he hasn't yet to break into the spanish team set up?
Spa is saying we could be in for a quiet window as the club would need to sell players to fund for others as our targets on big wages. We might just have to figure it out.

Lets see if Spa opts for his back 3 formation as he did as Juve but getting the wing backs in Dalbert and Cancelo will be key. I do look forward to that.
In all honesty some of the players that have played well in the first half have done well, except for our second goalkeeper, none of the bench players have really stepped up to the same level as players like Icardi, Mira, D'Ambro, Handa and at times Candreva and Peri alongside Borja and Vecino, I'd even say Nago has done well when has started and kept a good level of consistent performance, Cancelo looked confortable in his lasts outings and if they can reach Dalbert and get him to perform, it should be an interesting end to the season as D'Ambro can easily cover one of the CB's in a three man defence...
Yeah, it was pretty evident that the B team was not ready against Pordenone and Spa was disappointed. We don't have the options to rest key players and I was hoping we can get a few on loan but its going to be a big problem. Although I would like to see Zinho Vanheusden who did really well in pre-season get some minutes, not to mention Gabigol isn't exactly getting much at Benfica, should just bring him back. I mean if deadwood like Naga can play consistently under Spa, I think Barbosa deserves a chance. Inter paid 29mil for him, I'd hate for this to turn out like a Coutinho situation where we sell him to another team, turns to world beater.
Coutinho was talanted but he raised his level of athleticism in a league such as BPL and is nearly at the same level as Suarez was when he was at Liverpool, is he in the same class as Ronaldinho? You'd have to give it to him if he continues to develop his football at Barca, as for Barbosa, only those that have followed him can tell if he had already reached his peak but yeah I can see with what you mean by having him at the club and allowing the likes of Spa to push him to perform, if Spa can't do it than atleast figure out what it is that's preventing him from preforming... and if Inter do manage to land Rafinha, having a Brazilian compatriot of the same age and whom has a long experience of european football might help him to settle more at the club... besides Eder isn't neither performing so why not give that chance to Barbosa?
Game of two good keepers. Inter is just going through the motions. Getting frustrating to watch right now. Lets just hope for a win against Viola before the break as guys like Icardi, Canderva and Perisic have played nearly every single game.
all in all it's been a good first half season, with draws against both Napoli and Juve and a win against Roma, as for Lazio, I'm sure they'll be there untill the end of the season fighting for 4th spot but Inter deserve where they are and if they can best next season with better results than they got from the first half, it should count as a good season regardless of where they finish in the table... I'm hoping Cancelo and Dalbert really step into their role of wingers and Spa can get 1 or 2 players that can allow him to tinkle with the team as he has done well so far to get as much as he has from them...
No doubt its a good first half. Although the second half will be much harder. Spa would have loved to revert to a back 3 formation but it would have depended on Dalbert and Cancelo but both need time. I'm sure they will come good.

Going into the window, Spa might be forced to sell some players if he plans on bringing some quality signings in January with FFP as some of the targets linked to the team like Miki, Pastore and even Ramiries are on such large wages, its will be tough to bring them along unless some are going out the door.

Also shame that Cagliari aren't going to sell Nicolo Barella to us. I heard Inter where closing in on him and I would have loved considering how good his playing for them, quality player at only 20 years of age.
lucky it was a coppa game and not a league game, felt like the players were going through the emotions in this game... Cancelo, Vecino, Candreva and Skriniar looked most lively and the rest mediocre, glad to see Icardi creating chances for his teammates and being part in the attack with his off the ball runs but the goals are surely lacking... they didn't have to win tonight but you didn't get the feeling that they wanted it as much as the milan youngster cutrone that much more on the field than Kalinic did the whole game and wasn't too timid in facing Skriniar! also Cancelo looked too fragile and too fond of nutmegging, he should look to Candreva and how he holds up in tackles or Vecino that has the same type of bodybuild...
So disappointment not to go through, wanted to see Inter go for a trophy, it would have been nice. Icardi was better today but it just seems like the team has lost its edge to win games, we weren't short on chances but yet again lacked the clinical finishing.

I don't know if its fatigue or what but the difference between Milan and Inter today was they had the drive to push for a goal and striker in Cutrone that plays like a poacher in the goal that can finish. Inter seriously need more outlets in attack that can score goals.
Oh no....
Oh yeah...here you go. Same old scenario once again.
Ffs, It was another game of chances that Inter could not finish. Icardi missing the spot kick summed up the game.

It won't get easier Milan on the 27th and Lazio on the 30th. Inter need to find something in them and bounce back. Not fu**** good enough!

I thought Roma would win against Juve but so did I when Napoli faced them, goes to show the type of mentally they've build over there during these past seasons, helps also have such a depth of quality of squad at your disposal... however with Roma falling short, in this current form, they'll probably overtake inter for third spot but Inter can't afford to lose any points against Milan and Lazio, as it's only 4 points difference between lazio and inter, with Lazio having an extra game at hand...
Who didn't see this coming. After that poor performance against a Serie C team, the whole team stopped playing on second half. Let's see how Spalletti will react to his first defeat.
It was a bench XI that played the Serie C team, so I expected a well rested starting XI to show up. Really surprising but we need to bounce back. We all know it was bound to happen.

The first goal, don't know what we were doing, just ball watching. We responded with a goal from Icardi which got us back in the game but afterwards we couldn't finish at all. I mean we had so many shots at goal and had more possession but just couldn't do it.
It's those period when Icardi has a dip in form and the team suffers as a result, was the same as the games after the derby, didn't catch the whole game but I'd be surprised to see Santon in the next line-up also Brozo for Gagli has been unbalancing the team a bit with Gagli more desperate for goals as he some how has gotten the idea of he needs to score more to take his game to the next level... he has Vecino and Borja playing alongside him, should keep an eye on them instead... also Milinkovic has been on fire for lazio this season, really blossoming into a fine midfield player!
This is why Spa wants a striker in January. Eder is a good third choice but not consistent enough. Pino is only 17-18 and not ready at all as he was given a chance in the cup game. Curious to see who comes in as were going to need fire power.

That game against Parde was need to flush any rests from the Juve game as the team keep out of it as winners but the fact Parde took them to that edge should work for them to not underestimate or overestimate teams but rather stick to whatever they've been doing so far, overall nice to see Cancelo get some time under his belt and kudos to Padelli! whatever work the inter GK coaches are doing, they should be given a raise!
Yes that was one of those games that neither of the sides could score if they could continue playing forever. We missed lots of chances and get frustrated closer we got to end of the game. We were very close to get eliminated, thanks Padelli was so good on PKs.
Glad Spa brought out the bench XI for this game. Wanted to see how some would cope. Still need a lot of work but Padelli was really good. When Brozo came on I thought we would have lead the game but missed his chance, so did Peri when he came on. I was so frustrated. Reminds me of the game City played against he Wolves, but glad we could get a win in the end of a tough game.

I can see why were being linked with a striker, Eder and Icardi isn't enough. We need another solid and at the least gives us consistent scoring off the bench/rotation.
We could have done better, but Spaletti was more cautious than advantageous tonight. Unlike the rest of our games this season, we didn't do high pressure up the field and decided to keep our defense line back there, which gave space to Juve to take over the midfield, and cut the transition between our lines. If it was me I would bring on Galiardini way earlier, which would give Bolja Valero more freedom to work Perisic and Icard.
Midfield? Khedira and Matuidi had a tough battle against Vecino, albeit they are not the most attack minded but he still kept up well with them, Pjanic was a no-show but I think, Juve's danger came from Cuad and Mandzukic, as Borja was stretched and had a hard time shaking off his marker and Brozo seemed awfully edgy, had Inter pushed higher up it would've given them more options of attacking but left them vunerable to Juve's trio of attackers! imagen Inter struggling with Cuad-Mand but also add Higuain to that?!? Icardi had perhaps one great opportunity in the game and that's all he needs usually but even he looked shaky! eitherway, besides nerves getting the best of this team, i can see why the plaudits have been coming Skriniars way but Miranda, Handa and D'Ambro really should equally be credited for their form in the back, which makes Inter still the only unbeaten team in Serie A...
I was so happy to see Vecino in the line up. His been so underrated this season, quality player.It really was a cautious performance from us but the back line did well today and deserves credit. Juve utilized the wing and kept us from getting crosses into the box which is our strong suit imo. Not getting a shot on target was tough to watch but I'll take a point against Juve than a loss.


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