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looks like serie a season is over, incredible how it has fizzled out but more impressively the way juve has managed to climb back and reclaim first spot, a little dissapointed by Napoli but they're at least guaranted a cl spot and well done to spalla for how he managed to turn around romas season, would've been a cindarella story if they managed to beat real in the cl but i think Serie A teams will do even better in europe next season if Roma and Napoli manage to get their sales and signings right... specially Roma that have a ton of players out on loan and Napoli probably getting a huge injection of money from the Higauin sale but they've done well with Cavani and Lavezzi money... so they'll probably be the team to beat for third spot in next season campaign... as for inter, same of what they showed in the beginning of the season and hopefully no new surprises after they've figured out what went wrong in mid-season...
Roma, Napoli and Juve have a much deeper bench then we do. If Inter ever plan on competing with them for the title, we need not only a great team but a strong bench as well for cup games and injuries.

At least this season, Inter took a big step forward, last season the team was a joke, now at least we can put together more wins instead of draws.
^Disagree, our bench has been much more deeper than Roma and Napoli this season, yet Mr. Mancini aka "the best coach in the world" screwed up in being consistent and finding 1 solid lineup for the whole season.
Here we go again, Jojo is on the bench...
I swear Mancini is either blind/dumb ass with 0 knowledge in football or want Inter to fail...
f**k off Mancini....f**k off...
And he brought in Jojo for last 10 mins...what a joke this idiot is...
lol! i'm guessing Jojo hadn't played for months and the last game might have zipped him out of energy, in all honesty if inter had managed to grab just one goal in the first half, the game would've been different... i was expecting to see Eder start but that's it for this season, i don't see Roma losing two games in a row, had inter won, then with Napoli's form perhaps they could've clawed their way back to just within 1 point from them...
^Don't guess, Mancini sucks dude. He keeps changing and changing the line ups for 24568th time this season like he has no clue and still tasting the players. And yet he brought in Jojo on 80' and Ljajic 88' mins to change the game??? really? You don't see that we need to score until 80' mins.
He just can't make it worse, seriously.
considering where they finished last season and he has shored up their leaky defence with the pair of Mira and Muri, Kondo and Peri finally finding their feet and Brozo stepping out of the shadow of Kova... perhaps also Icardi reaching 15 goal mark, all in all a finish in 4th place isn't so bad... if they can build on it for next season... had Mancini gotten his signings for January then maybe it could've turned out differently but with how much they spend during the summer... also with many of the players on loan, it's only right that he rotates the squad as much as possible to get a feel for it and they're just humans a game within 3 days can build fatigue... Totti managed to score two goals in 3 mins lol!
You can't compare last season team with this one. 80% of team has been changed and in fact replaced with better players, yet we are struggling like a mid table team against teams like Genoa and Carpi. It's not ones fault but his. And I believe Stramaccioni or Mazza would do much better with this squad than what he is doing now.
italy are famous for sacking their coaches, if you're not winning the league then your at risk, since Mou and before that Mancini no manager really imposed their identity on the team, even Cuper struggled a bit and he did fairly well, Mancini build the team of Mou but never managed to do equally well in Europe... since just last season... Roma, Viola and Napoli have all changed coaches, perhaps Sarri doing the best of the lot but I'm sure even Alleg will be fired if they fail to finish at least top 3 and def fired the season after if they don't win the league... he has 1 more year left in his contract, i'd wait and see what he can do for next season before throwing in the towel...
Blackstyle88, so when 80% of the team is replaced, what exactly do you think a team lacks? Chemistry of course. As time goes on these guys are going to get used to each other and do even better. Mancini can only do so much, sometimes I don't agree with the players he picks either but who else are we going to hire? Theirs nothing worse than sacking manager while his building a team and bringing in another man who's going to set want to buy his own players. That's going to set us back. Mancini can build teams, he build Mourinho's Inter and Pellegrini's Man City team, give the guy some time.

We have some really good players to build on such as Icardi, Miranda, Murillo, Handanovic, Perisic, Kondogbia, Brozovic and their are some that are good squad players like Medel, Melo, D'Ambro, Nagatomo, Palacio etc and good up coming young players like Telles, Manaj, Gnou, Bright Gyamfi etc. Now we need to hold on to what we have or sell them off and replace with with talent as equally good if possible.

I'd love to add Banega for a free deal, Bernard but Ben Arfa is also going to be free on Bosman so his not a bad option to go after as well. Along with a strong RB like Bruno Peres and a quality striker after we let Palacio and Eder leave.

As of this season, if we do finish fourth, at least next season we build on things and now the EL title is an entry to UCL football, so I guess we do have a lot to play for next season. If we don't win the EL title and we don't secure a UCL place, than we can sack Mancini. I'll give him until next season.
Okay guys, season is almost over and we will in all likelihood get an Europa League spot, I hardly see us overcoming Roma.

So, in the light of this year' performances, which players would you keep and which ones would you sell?

I personally hope Inter won't change massively during the next year and that we will keep Handanovic, Murillo, Miranda, Kondogbia, Brozovic, Perisic and Jovetic. I'd sell Icardi only if a great offer comes up (even if today's performance really made me wonder).

A much needed player would be a playmaker to field next to Kondogbia and Brozovic as we usually throw the ball to our strikers bypassing the midfield line. But I hope we won't buy/sell thousands of players revolutionising the whole team and restarting once again from scratches, all in all this has been a positive season except for what happened during January
the best outcome would be two new fullbacks, a midfield player that can replace Melo but still do the same work as he does but with a bit more quality and an AM/SS instead of Medel... also def a RW, Brozo and Peri do have an execellent rapport but a RW that can strike a good partnership with Kondo and do the same work as Peri, can give this team a whole new identity... you'd hope for a striker that is of the combination of Ljajic and Jojo, they failed with Eder but basically a direct replacement for Palacio... so i wouldn't mind seeing Eder, Ljajic and Jojo going to get a quality striker next to Icardi and a RW similar to Peri... much like when Inter had Adriano and Zlatan and classical RW & LW in a 4-4-2 formation!

but if we're talking dream footy, I'd sell almost half the team!

instead of Inter being forced to sell Brozo, Peri or even Icardi, I'd sell/release;

Juan
Nago
Santon
Medel
Melo
Bia
Palacio
Eder
Ljajic
Jojo
You never know, Roma could drop tomorrow, I hope.

As for players, we need a RW and RB. Potentially, Fabinho from Monaco (RB,DM)and Bernardeschi as RW. I'd rather turn Kondo into a CDM and sign Banega on a free deal and hopefully keep Brozo for next season as I can really see his growth excelling at Inter. As for strikers, Eder isn't working out and times probably up for Palacio (although I don't want to see him leave).

I want to see Bruno Peres, Banega, Caceres, Balotelli and Bernardeschi join our team next season.

Team:
GK: Hanada
RB: Bruno Peres, D'Ambro
CB: Murillo, Miranda, Rannochia, Caceres
LB: Ali Adnan Kadhim, Telles
CDM:Lucas Leiva, Kondo
CM: Brozo, Banega, Roberto Soriano
RW: Bernardeschi, Adama Traoe (Aston Villa)
LW: Perisic
ST: Icardi, Balotelli

The biggest problem for Inter is going to be not only having a quality first XI but also a good bench. Inter should really targets some gems or unheard of talents playing in the Euros, Copa Centenario and the U23 Olympics in Rio.
never heard of Adnan but Bruno has caught my eyes with few of his performances however Torino won't sell him for cheap, probably overprice him as they did with Cerci, Immo and Darmian... Lucas might turn out to be another Melo for Inter, he has been shown not to have enough fuel in his legs, even been dropped by Klopp lately... Bernad would be a dream if he signs for Inter but Viola won't give him to Inter specially after the Salah story and big BPL teams looking at him with more cash to offer, Balo would be jokes... still remember how Mouh lamented him for wearing a hat in a CL game that made him miss a goal, even Matrix was having difficulties with him as a teenager, imagen how he is now that he has grown lol! but still with him being given some freedom at same time as he is accepting of sitting on the bench waiting for his turn, without feeling the weight of it, could be an added option for Mancini upfront, would be really curious to see how he plays with Icardi upfront!?... Traore could come as a cheap option but i prefer Deulofeu of Everton, even Montero of Swansea looks like another quality player that i would be excited to see at inter
Realistically speaking, I know we won't be able to land many of them. If we can keep Perisic and land another LW like Montero and try to sign Bernard or Ben Arfa along with a young RW like Adama, I would be happy. We really need wingers that can provide service but also goals. Not to mention depth. As for the CDM, I want Kondogbia to play that role, I can see him excel at it and bring in Banega for the CM position. With Balotelli, its interesting, his a much better ball player that Icardi, his touch, control and overall skill is better and Balotelli loves to drop back and play off his MF. That kind of player up top with a finisher like Icardi is a deadly combo. The only problem is getting the best out of Balotelli. His put the antics behind him, he just needs some belief. Although its 50/50, Mancini did kick him out of City.
for the price Balo might go for, it'll be worth for mancini to call him personally, as it could be what he needs a coach that understands him and for Mario to start over again as his troubles started when he first came to blows with Mancini at City...
Great win, finally Icardi played a match as a complete n.9. I do hope he can become this type of player, nowadays a finisher shall also have some technique and be able to create goals instead of just waiting for other players' passes.

I wonder why Jovetic has been out of the team for that long as today he once again proved he's a key player to us.

My ratings:

Handanovic 6,5
D'Ambrosio 7
Miranda 7,5
Murillo 6,5
Nagatomo 6,5
Brozovic 7
Kondogbia 6,5
Medel 6,5
Jovetic 7
Perisic 6,5
Icardi 8
" wonder why Jovetic has been out of the team for that long as today he once again proved he's a key player to us."

Please find out and let me know why?
YOu can easily see his impact on our team and yet he had been out for sooo long.
+1
Some say he had a clash with Mancini after the Lazio game but that wouldn't make sense anyhow, such problems have to be resolved internally. Other people said Icardi was not compatible with Jovetic which proved totally false yesterday. This team is probably not good enough to win Serie A but I have somewhat the feeling that we screwed a big chance in January..and that our initial line-up with Joveti-Perisic next to Icardi was well picked..
if jojo stays im guessing Brozo might leave going by how Mancini fielded his team last time, a RW for him and a different type of player for Medel such as Soriano that Inter have been linked with!? if it's true they had e feud i'm glad mancini has managed to reclaim the dressing room as it would've been disaster if their form continued untill the end of the season and Mancini was sacked as they'll have to start over again...
interesting with bologna drawing against roma and inter just 6 points away from roma and so also for napoli, might after all come down to the last 3 games of the season... specially if inter can redeem their loss against torino and that earlier draw against roma, a win against napoli could go a long way regardless of romas result!
A win against them would really do us some good and would give the player more confidence. With Fiorentina and Roma dropping off, we need to take 3rd place.
So Mr. Mancini decided to use Jojo again. What a surprise?!

Sigh...
he should be more familiar with Icardi by now and if it's true that they're planning on building a team around Icardi then perhaps letting Palacio, Eder, Bia, Ljajic and Jojo go and looking after 2-3 new attacking players that suit Icardi's playing style might give inter the edge of scoring more goals and perhaps a higher place in the table for next season?
let's hope Bologna can manage a surprise win or draw against roma after their derby high, would be interesting to see just how motivated the roma players will be, if not their are the genoa, napoli game that'll be an indirect head-head games with Inter having advantage of Higuain being suspended... otherwise, it'll be bad if inter lose again and they slip further down the table and suddenly their is talk of how they 'must' get a place in european competition!
http://talksport.com/football/atletico-madrid-manager-diego-simeone-admits-he-eyeing-inter-milan-job-160405190914

Imagine Simone at Inter, a defensive minded manager with so much passion. He would do wonders.
he has been linked to inter on many occasions, even with lazio! and if it's true he turned down Chelsea, i can't see why he would accept inters offer?!?

there are loads of good argentine coaches for starters, i'd eye Pella from City if he can lower his demands, he does have the pedegree that could be what inter are in need of at this moment if it's true that Mancini is set to be offered a lucrative contract from a cl team or even get the national team... id even gamble on Sampaoli, not much of a coaching experience in european football but could be an experience that can help inter grow with him if he succeeds otherwise, a safer bet would be Bielsa, was surprised he decided to go to Marseille but it shows he isn't afraid to try new things... even Lucescu is another coach i wouldn't mind seeing return back to inter, he does have a wealth of experience and prior knowledge of serie a and could further expand inters knowledge about balkan players which are cheap but of good quality...
If Mancini gets the Italy job ( I could see it happening because no one else wants it).

I would go for:

Unai Emery: Honestly, the man can sign him so great players for great deals. Every underrated but his the kind that drives his team with passion and fire. A lot like Simone and he makes his players work hard on the field for each other rather than themselves.

Bielsa: A very detailed manager, a real leader type manager who is stern as hell. During Marsille he played an odd formation of a 3-3-1-3 formation but it goes to shows his an open minded manager. The players won't enjoy his harsh training but its going to get the best out of them. He did a good job at Marseille and he will be the easiest to get right now.

Unai might need some time, new players and his work will probably take some time to bear fruit but since inter are in need of immediate effect... Bielsa might be the coach to get the best out of this team but then again Maz failed miserably with his stern, tough approach and similar three at the back formation, so if the players don't take well to him, inter are back to where they started... but if Icardi stays on, Banega arrives and inter can manage to land Musch, it could be interesting to see what Bielsa does, as he'll have a set of core of argentines to work with... but a safe bet would be Unai, as his Sevilla are known to be resilient and hard working but that comes with time and with known to purchase players on loan, Bielsa might sort through and give a quicker indication of who fits and doesn't...
Any manager coming in would need time, Unai would be a long term manager but for now I guess losing Mancini would be a bad thing.
you never know with these things, unless we're talking about a sack, good coaches at mid-table teams will most likely move on as soon as an opportunity presents itself... I trust Mancini but i don't trust FIGC lol!
Mancini is a failure!!!
didn't even know there was a game so straight after the break but going a goal down with Icardi subbed and with 9 player on the field towards the end, i can imagen it was a though ask for team to come back from that... at least inter haver their work cut out for them and i'm sure mancini will be able to do much better next season after doing so well in the first half of the season... knowing him, he'll want to set things straight...
The amount of red cards we pick up is unreal for a team. Mancini needs to address that immediately.

@Blackstyle88, Last season we were struggling with Mazz and could barely get a win, with Mancini at least we saw what we can do when were in form. We need to build off of that.
^Excuse meeeeeeeeeeee....look at how many new players we have, all new and all better than what we had last season. His strategy is simply failing big time. He can't get the most out of players, and his formations are horrible.
with most of inters players on loan and not having a full season together, it was a miracle the team achieved what they did in the first half... as it is with Serie A, other teams eventually figure out a way to stop other teams from playing, truth is inter were and are lacking in depth players, they just don't have the same arsenal as Juve, Roma and Napoli with Insigne being a revalation this season and Higuain not knowing how stop scoring goals...

still they can afford to just release some players, such as Melo, Jojo, Eder, Ljajic, Peri, Telles and save a ton on output and sell players like Santon, Juan, Medel, Miranda, Brozo, Bia and even save on wages by free transfering Nago and Palacio, so they still have some room to move about in the transfer window...

with mancini having a full season at serie a and getting to know his team... he might be able to cherry pick some talents and work with them if he is serious about a long term project... for me, i'd even sell Icardi and use that money on Bernad and Berardi and as a bonus go after Balo if Galli isn't playing hardball with Liverpool by forcing them to lower their asking price... and if it's true inter have bagged Banega, just hope they can convince Yaya to join them alongside Kondo and Banega... then it's a question about who to partner up with Muri, perhaps even recalling Ranoch back and finding a quality LWB... D'Ambro and Criscito as fullbacks doesn't sound so bad...

As for the players I want to see:

Defense: Caner Erkin (LB), Rojo (CB/LB), Kamil Glik (CB), Daryl Janmaat (RB).

MF: Ever Banega (CM), Yaya Toure (CM)

ATT: Bernardeschi, Mario Balotelli

Realistically, I want to see both Ever Banega and Yaya at Inter because both provide creativity from the MF that Inter lacks and service to the attack. Playing an all out defensive destroyer like Medel behind them puts together a great MF. For the defensive if Muri and Miranda leave to bigger clubs like they've been linked to, I want to see a Rojo and Kamil who are both intelligent defenders but also strong. Bernardeschi would be the big money purchase but honestly if anything the kid has shown his worth the money and Mario needs constant game time. He played so well against us but his lost so much confidence over the last few seasons because everyone has given up on him. Although I don't see it happening.

I can see already a host of players will leave like Brozo, Icardi, Murillo, Miranda and possibly Handanovic.
since newcastle might get relegated, i'd look to Wijnaldum, he has been impressing me over the few games ive seen them play more so than Sissoko whom ive been a fan of! he still has some room for development specially with his finishing but looks like a quality player and could do well for Inter... another polish player that might be of interest is Zielenski, he has been fairly good for empoli alongside sapo and if inter can snatch him up for a low fee, he'd be a perfect replacment for Brozo... Banega and Rojo would be a welcome addition, heck with further addition of Musch and Ansaldi inter could rediscover their love affiar with argentines... but their salaries could be hefty price for inter that won't guarante a cl spot, would've liked to see in dreamy footy a pair of Rabiot and Sergi... wonder if PSG could be tempted into swapping Kondo for Aurier and Rabiot lol!?

dream setup for inter in 2016 -

Berardi - Balo - Bernad

Asamoah - Rabiot - Sergi - Aurier

Rojo - Musch - Caceres
Other clubs sniffing around Murillo, this is a player we can't lose.
was glad to read inter are also tracking Musach, if they can land him and get a huge sum for Muri then perhaps why not? also if it's true Bayern are interested than a deal including Benatia and a sum enough to cover for Musach, then it could work in favour of Inter... also with Miranda attracting interest, perhaps it would be wise to sell him on as he is showing signs of fatigue and showed he can't last a whole season as a starter for inter....
Unless we match Benatia wages at Bayern, he won't bother taking a pay-cut to join us. Now Musach is going to be tough if Villarreal finish top 4. I do agree, Miranda shows fatigue, I would go after the underrated center back Kamil Glik of Torino. The man is a tank and tough as nails, we need that in the backline, his been playing in the Serie A for years now.
there are other quality cb's that are on bosman from the end of the season such as Nkoulou and Caceres, both of them would be a welcome addition, even Rojo of man u for miranda, if he can be tempted to lower his wages would be a bargain... never really clocked on Glik but unless cb's are of the quality as Pique and Ramos, they rarely catch the attention of neutral supporters...
I'm surprised none have signed him, I remember how well he played against Germany for Poland. Unless we make UCL football, its going to be hard to get Caceres and Nkoulou because both will get offers from other UCL clubs possibly.


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D
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88
51
18
69
4
4
28
36
1
76
43
31
74
6
7
23
36
2
74
37
40
77
4
11
21
36
3
64
13
34
47
10
7
19
36
4
60
16
40
56
10
9
17
36
5
55
6
39
45
9
13
14
36
6
54
7
40
47
10
12
14
36
7
51
0
47
47
13
9
14
36
8
49
1
42
43
13
10
13
36
9
45
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51
50
15
9
12
36
10
43
-5
46
41
17
7
12
36
11
43
-9
46
37
15
10
11
36
12
41
-7
45
38
15
11
10
36
13
41
-11
44
33
17
8
11
36
14
40
-5
53
48
16
10
10
36
15
38
-24
57
33
18
8
10
36
16
35
-19
53
34
17
11
8
36
17
35
-28
63
35
19
8
9
36
18
31
-36
71
35
21
7
8
36
19
25
-29
59
30
19
13
4
36
20
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