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glad to see the team get something for their effort! specially kova that sacrificed himself for the team tonight... except for kuz not protecting the ball enough or guarin losing the ball when going forward and medel's first few touches and passes in the beginning of the game letting him down i thought they played fairly well, would've been curious to see how the team would react if both of those goals they scored didn't go in or chievo managed to put away their chances or handa wasn't so great in goal tonight... easily motm for me, excellent performance from handa! lazio will be a tough opponent and i doubt they would be as fortunate to get two goals like they did tonight against them... still a bit more work to be done but great to see palacio's proffesionalism even though he wasn't 100% fit or sharp he put in an excellent round of work in off-ball situations!
Kova just showing how much quality he posses and the underrated Handa who keeps Inter in the game with some brillant saves. Some individual preformances I wasn't impressed with but never the less 3 very important points. Inter needs to be a lot tighter and Kuz has acutally been doing well lately he just needs to bring it against Lazio because Mancini seems to trust him.
pretty solid line-up, so perhaps no individual errors this time? with this line-up inter should be able to control the game but chievo will surely cause them some trouble and won't be an easy team to run-over specially with inters latest form and result, i wonder if they'll be able to kill the game and early on and control the game till the end or maintain pressure on chievo throughout the whole 90 and come away with a big win? anything other than a win will be a dissapointment tonight...
A must win against Chievo. Siting in 12th place is no good and teams like Sampdoira and Genoa are really picking up points.
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mancini usually finds a balance with his team, eventually... but his biggest problem when he was at inter last time was that he was cautious and he had too many draws as a results and never was adventures... was surprised by how he has been so far with this team... perhaps making up for past mistakes? but you'd hope he could get it right and the team responds well... otherwise he'd be forced to make the team play boring football to get results... and he has to, it's not like the team is in cl, where great football is appreciated but results count more now than fielding an adventures team!
His testing out new things just to get a feel of what's good and not. He came to the managerial position in terrible time. With the winter window not to far away, he has to assess all his oppositions because this window is really going to set the rest of the season to what Inter's outcome will be. You'd hope foe a top 5 finish and a strong EL campaign.
they had a great first half in their last serie a game and he has rested a lot of players for the el, obviously the team will need to respond well but we'll see how well they can play the way he wants them also... then again chievo is a though team whom are in form so they will make it difficult for inter so mancini will need 1-2 players to step up...
http://talksport.com/football/chelsea-outcast-lined-inter-milan-move-january-141212128472

Looks more and more like Salah is the going to be the first purchase in January. His very quick and his a good dribbling which would be a good loan move to see if he fits into Inter. Speed in attack is something Inter needs, especially if its someone who's a confident dribbling quick winger. Fast players have found their feet in Serie A so I'm hoping the same fate for him, although his crossing isn't very good but his out to prove himself.
it's not easy dislodging hazard, oscar and willian from a starting spot! not when chelsea had just let go of Mata! i'd even be glad to see schurrle join inter instead of salah but he could be of use, kova would have someone to set up and if icardi can get into position salah could help out with stretching defences... it would be an interesting combo of kova-icardi-salah! but only if they can manage to sign him for the same amount as they could with osvaldo would his signing be a great deal... otherwise, yes he is quick but there is a reason why he is last in the pecking order... but serie a could suit him as he did well in the swiss league and it's less physical than the bpl... but against teams that play tight at the back, he could have difficulties unless he comes up against teams that push up high or are stretched out... too bad he isn't great with close control of the ball then he could be of use against tough defences... but as you said moe, if he has difficulties with crossing, i'd imagine that he'd find it difficult with finishes and inter needs a finisher to take the place of palacio... so it'll come down to how well he could work with kova-icardi upfront... and it's a lot to ask for to take the goal scoring burden of palacio and not only match his tally but help make icardi and kova better players?... i've also noticed this kid called vietto that inter has been linked with, the new augero, if he keeps up this form then by the end of the season he could fetch the same price as icardi but perhaps a bit less since icardi is more of a natural cf than he is... eitherway, it would be an interesting forward pair with icardi and vietto... now if only they can sell guarin and medel and sign lucas and vietto, this team would be pretty interesting... as for wingers, i'm hoping for konop and cerci but atleti overpaid for him and i hope inter won't suckered into offloading them of him and konop has too many teams on him that could perhaps offer better terms...
Salah speed will help stretch the opposition which makes Inter less predicable with their direct play. Although I just don't know how he'll respond to a tight back-line or a tight FB. He has the skills and confidence to take players 1v1 but no point if he can't cross well. For me I would push for someone who can offer more on the wing and I highly doubt Inter will sign either Cerci ( who just joined Atletico) or Konop ( many teams are after). Guys that are extreamly rated like Lucas Silva I just don't see Inter getting their hands on him unless because again, teams like RM are after him.

For me personally I would try to get Januzaj on loan. His got the vision, skill, passing and finishing although his not the strongest Serie A is less physical and the kid is brilliant. As for the other winger I would push for Depay, it would be costy and harder to sign but the guy is young and offers a lot more then what Salah can offer. His stronger, a better passers and can actually cut in and finish. His so talented and would cost a lot less then what Bernard, Lucas Silva or even Konop would cost. As for striker, I would try to fork out a deal for Balotelli in exchange for Guarin. If Liverpool try to move for another striker in the winter window, then Balotelli days are numbered and I know they were interested in Guarin. I would love a exchange deal to take place and resign Mario Balotelli. I'm convinced Balotelli can play behind the striker as well, his not effective as a lone striker but we can even get him to play behind Icardi as well as next to Icardi. He can be just as deadly as passer as he is as a scorer when in form.

now that would be a team! depay-balo-januz, too bad inter won't be able to tie januz after his loan and even origi as a cf would be awesome! but since liverpool bought him earlier it could force balo out of the club in the summer so perhaps a win-win there also, i meant lucas of liverpool, if inter play with a 1-3-2-4 formation then they'd need 2 dm's, heck even having kova as AM with januz and depay on the wings would be interesting! and herna with lucas in dm positions with medel as cb!? eitherway we'll see by the end of the window what inter will do
Changing coaches is not the solution.This is a proven fact.
mancinis second defeat in a row, unless inter are hovering above the relegation zone or in it, mancini is without fault and the pressure is on the players instead but had Maz still been at the club, you could bet a lot more fans would be voicing their discontent... also the table changes now every weekend with so many close on points but you don't want to be one of the teams that fall off from the pack in the upper half, that'll make it harder to stay there or get in...
Yup our players don't have enough quality.As simple as that. Why didn't I blame Maz for our bad results? because I read on different sites that he had minimum participation of signing players and our management was the one responsible to choose, negotiate and sign players. With knowing all of these, I don't think it's fair to Blame Maz or Manchini, but only our horrible managers!!!
Lets see what happens in January because we've been linked with a lot of players and some that I would like to see at Inter.
http://talksport.com/football/reports-inter-milan-target-liverpool-midfield-star-141204127565

Interesting? Although I doubt that move would happen. It would be nice to sign Levia because his a great DM who can offer more then Medel but we do have Medel/M'Vila in the team who won't favor that move unless the team ships M'Vila back to Rubin Kazan and Kuzmanovic is sold.
i'm still disappointed we missed out on song and rabiot, they would've been great but i guess inter cannot invest that huge of sum like bpl teams and psg can on players, lucas does have his charm and i'd hate for the club to lose out on m'vila but if he can't quickly adapt to serie a... then yeah lucas could be a better solution, he'd have a more immediate effect, taking into account his experience... but also inter already have herna... i'd even further sell medel and guarin and get lucas silva and they'd have a trio of brazilians in their midfield, and just for good measure rafael as rb!... and upfront if they sell icardi and went after gabbi of sampdoria but only if they managed to also land berardi and have kova play just behind them... it'll be an interesting team! but i doubt they'd be able to land rafa and lucas on loan and with silva having top teams after him, he won't come cheap and juve won't give berardi away that easily... but it would also be interesting if they went the italian way with further addition of gaudino instead of luca silva and darmian as rb instead of rafael and cerci instead of berardi... but the most ideal italian players would would be criscito, de sciglio and florenzi, just imagen a team of :

Icardi/Destro

Alvarez - Kova - Florenzi

Lucas/Gago - M'Vila/Gaudino

Dodo - Criscito - Ranoch - De Sciglio

or

Gabbi/Balo - Berardi/Cerci

Kova

M. Sissoko - M'Vila

Silva/Herna

Dodo - Bocchetti/L. Lopez - Ranoch - Darmian
Lucas/Florenzi/Destro/Sissoko/Darmian/Criscto/Bocchetti or Balotelli seem more realistic signings to me. Berrardi is talented and Juve know his a goalscoring machine for the future, their not going to let him go. Gabbi would seem like a good move but I would pick Destro or Balotelli over him any day of the week, their more efficient and pose more of a threat then him. Silva is never happening, his a top young prospect from Brazil and I just don't think Inter is going to be his top choice when his got a few PL teams as well as Madrid asking for his services.

I would push to bring back Alvarez as you put him in the formation. I know he wanted to leave but his a super effective player and the team should offer him a new deal. He would easily find a spot on the starting XI thanks to his versatility. I thing Bocchetti is an interesting move, I've seen him play and his a pacy CB and Inter could land him on nice deal and I'm sure he would love a move back to Italy. I like the formation and I do think Inter would have an easier chance pulling in Italian talent rather then foreign investment but Gianluca Gaudino is going to be tough move, a loan move could happen but I think Bayern are going to keep him as long as Pep is at Bayern.
was just playing around with some names but the fact that only so few of inters players would be included in those list is a bit disappointing, normally you'd talk about 1-2 players you could add to a team but a whole 7-9 players lol!?! i guess teams like arsenal and chelsea most be spoiled when the arguments could be about who should sit on the bench and who should start... after tonights game perhaps lavezzi and podolski doesn't sound so bad, even with their age! or even salah and campbell... i could also see why a player like widmer would be linked with inter as he did push forward really well... i don't know what happened after the re-start but one good thing to take away from the game was to see Kova have a good performance and i take back all ive said about Kuz as he really made that midfield tick well...
lol, just meant that those are realistic targets, just not all of them at once.

Podolski, I just wouldn't recommend. He just doesn't fit this system and neither is he really much of a winger. He would be perfect if we were playing a 2 man up top striker partnership but as a winger he just lacks the intelligence to hold his position and tends to drift away and get into the box often looking for goals when he should be supplying and neither does he cross well enough but he does possess a killer left foot with some range but Inter could invest in a better player. Lavezzi although I would sign, even at 29 his a big threat and very pacy and would bring a lot to Inter in terms of attacking football. Although moves for Campbell and Salah don't seem to bad but I would like Januzaj more, even on a loan deal, inter would have pace and creativity in the midfield/attack and for me that's what missing right now. Inter defense does tend to hold well together but if your attacking isn't scoring goals, its just he defense holding on for a 1 point all the time and I want to see more attacking threats coming into the team. I don't see why Inter don't push for 2 loanees in the winter and one to two quality permanent signings.

Now looking at inter I think Kuz is looking better under mancini system and his starting grow on me, he tends to make some good passes and keep that midfield not only tick but in tact and if he keeps playing this way I don't want to see him go in the winter. I would hope Inter moved for a winger like Bernard or Depay who offer lots of quality and a AM who can play behind the striker like Lavezzi and bring in RB like Widmer and just maybe a winger/striker on loan like Campbell although I guess Podolski won't be a bad option but the price tag would be a concern because I don't want Inter investing in a number of guys that are closing in on 30 years of age.
it takes time rebuilding a team so far kova, belfodil, taider, icardi, dodo, m'vila... have all been a gamble but only few of them have managed to hold down regular spots and herna, d'ambro, osvaldo, medel are all closer to 30 compared to the youngsters but they've also cost the most probably demanded more in contracts but they don't have time on their side... so if you invest in 30 or something, not only is it a huge gamble but if it doesn't work out you're stuck with a huge loss without anything to gain from in the long or immediate term... inters midfield does hold up well and has some good options but they lack in defence and attack, if you invest in attack, then we're talking about replacements for osvaldo/palacio... that's two players already and at the back, perhaps the most urgent is rb but you'd hope with d'ambro back from injury he could offer a bit more stability...

just too bad palacio hasn't yet recovered, last season plus the wc most have taken a huge beating on him... so yeah 2-4 players doesn't sound so bad... specially if you could get two on loan and perhaps invest in 1-2 of them... but i guess the club would then be forced to sell some players or even release loanees at the club to make space for the new players... considering herna is still injured and mancini likely to field a trio of herna-guarin-medel in midfield and he is playing kova out wide, it'll come down to finding replacements for palacio-osvaldo... in that case bernard, depay, junazaj, lavezzi doesn't sound so bad! it'll come down to finding the new icardi and kova of that bunch and not the new belfodil or castaignos...
If this team need to find a replacement for Palcaio/Osvaldo in January then so be it. I'm all for it because both have been non-existent in terms of quality and consistency. If Mancini has any hopes of staying in the top 5 in Serie A and possibly going as far as Inter can go in EL then he needs to change things up in attack asap. Icardi is the most lethal looking striker at the moment and his yet to mature into a quality consistent striker and if his the best Inter has all season then things might not go our way because his going to feel the pressure and its not fair to throw all of it on him when the other two are lacking. You need a a team of attackers to help each other out. I wouldn't mind sending Osvaldo back to Soton and bring in a quality AM that can play behind the striker and a quality striker that can rotate with Icardi. I would keep Palcio as a thrid choice back-up player. Then I would bring in Janazaj on loan and even Bernard on loan with an option to buy at the end of the season. Those kind of players would strength our attack and I'm hoping D'Ambro is back soon enough.
http://www.eurosport.com/football/serie-a/2011-2012/inter-boss-roberto-mancini-impatient-for-transfer-window_sto4497382/story.shtml

Sure looks definite now that Mancini is looking for a striker and a winger. Gonna be interesting to see what kind of players Mancini will demand for in the window. Mancini is targeting 3rd place finish or qualification through EL which are two very big tasks for any in coming manager to Inter so he might want to some top quality in this upcoming window.

http://www.thenational.ae/sport/serie-a/roberto-mancini-sent-to-stands-as-inter-milan-lose-at-roma

Mancini doesn't sit quietly and that's what Inter needs. A manager who demands more from the players and gets on their ass to preform better!
gotta hand it to mancini, did not expect him to field those players but in hindsight that's the type of players he'd prefer on the fielding playing his style of football, too bad campo and juan ran out of steam in the second half and palacio being no-show... m'vila failed to cover for dodo and it didn't help dodo couldn't manage on his own... that frustration shown by m'vila did tell the story! the team will feel that they throw away the game but this game could also be just the type of shake-up they needed without kova and icardi on the field, those that played on the night could either realise they could give more and be hungry for a better performance in the future or... admit it, throw in the towel and call it a day in their career with inter! two players that are a bit of lose-cannon has to be guarin and osvaldo, just can't rap my head around those two, what goes through their head during the game!?!
Dodo was the culprit today, he was constantly out of position and once again overpowered which easily gave Roma a wide open flank to go at. M'Vila had a tough job, trying to cover for Dodo and give defense protection but he didn't have much luck at either job. His passing was sloppy as well but its probably because of his lack of games, yet I didn't think he would start today. I don't know where Osvaldo and Palcaio where today, Guarin was nonexistent and no help in defense.

Its not the best line-up for a big game like this but Mancini is really testing every player. Who's good enough and who's not. Not starting Icardi and Kovacic says it all, he wants to see certain players step up which in turn gives him a reflection on what kind of player he needs to shop for and who's best fit for his team from our current crop. Mancini is surely looking at the striker situation, Icardi isn't the most consistent but his slowly getting there and Palcaio/Osvaldo aren't good enough covers or rotational players.
icardi is no augero! and ideally you'd field d. silva and perhaps if only man city made a move for sanchez rather than jovetic and had yaya toure as AM they'd be a beast of team! and with defensive cover of two dm's and world class fullbacks, they'd be a tough team to beat... as for inter, if they can manage to land two wingers like sanchez and silva, that are capable of playing as AM and SS, with silva most strong as AM and sanchez at best as a SS... they'd be set... there are plenty of similar players like silva or that come close to him but it'll be hard to find a sanchez... they don't come cheap... suarez, cavani, neymar etc...
https://metro.co.uk/2014/11/28/manchester-uniteds-robin-van-persie-becomes-transfer-target-for-inter-milan-4966308/

Wouldn't mind but it all depends on his wages, his on an insane 250k a week deal.
it's hard with strikers, they usually cost the most... if defenders like benatia are being sold for 30 and luiz for 50 then it's only normal that top strikers will cost somehwere along the 50-80 mil mark! it's no wonder inter are being linked with out of contract strikers like ayew, gignac and persie!

if i had to pick a striker from man u, it has to be januzaj but he won't leave man u, if inter had difficult convincing ince to join them, i don't think they'd have much better luck with him but even on loan it would be awesome! just as ac milan loaned ginkel but i'd also be glad to see dybala join inter instead of borini but since inter are hesitating on buying borini for that sum, i doubt they'd be willing to fork out that much for dybala when cerci cost about 15, which i still think they overpaid for him but also djordjevic has showed some glimps of talent... the favourit would still be destro... can't believe he is rotting away at romas bench... him along with florenzi would be ideal for inter... also talking of talents i noticed jedvaj playing for croatia and found out that he is a roma player! sanabria is another kid in roma i rate!

obviously non of those i mentioned are as good as icardi or even come close to persie (2-3 years ago) maybe destro... and januzaj being the most talented of the bunch but what can you do when the club can't afford another milito, ronaldo, vieri, zlatan, adriano, eto'o or crespo like how it used to be back in the days?

also there has been the usual rumours related to icardis contract, with suggestions of inter selling him for 35 mil euros but if a offer of 35 mil pounds arrives i'd sell him along with handa for an extra 15 mil... that should give inter a nice money to spend but considering what players go for these days it'll be hard to even find 2-3 quality players for that sum without taking a gamble on players that cost less... the best thing to do would be to invest around handa-ranoch-kova-icardi but it'll take more than the players that have arrived so far... specially when inter face the same problem smaller clubs have in keeping hold of their main stars, we've already lost eto'o, sneijder, t. motta and coutinho, released maicon, j. ceasar, zanetti, samuel, cambi, milito far too late without finding adequate replacemenst for them or selling them for profit and are stuck with back-up players no one wants to pay for the value inter bought them! to make things worse players like icardi, handa and kova are probably ransoming the club in giving them large contracts for them to stay just it was with guarin... and there is no guarante that they'll deliver on what inter will pay for them whilst not being even capable of getting the team into cl...
I was about to say "I would love for us to move in for Januzaj on a loan deal" in my earlier post. His a top player, who's got an unbelievable amount of talent and very good finishing as well. Having a young genius like himself on the team would cause the opposition lots of trouble but his very fragile and Utd aren't going to sell him. I would push for a long term player.

Roma have such unbelievable young talent in their squad, I'm so jealous of them tbh, wish Inter had that kind of talents around the club. Ideally Florenzi and Destro would be an awesome deal, Florenzi has got so much energy and can play in the CM or our wide in the wing and Destro who's gotten very clinical over the years deserve to can be a top striker in Serie A in the next few years. Both would be an expensive deal considering their both top quality but I would push for them regardless.

The problem with Inter was Moratti. The club had a large amount of losses even during their successful years and didn't manage to properly take care of it and all those debts piled up and slapped Inter in the face. Then after Mourinho left and then their was that rotating door of managers walking in an out of Inter and were sacked in under no time. He never properly found a long term successor that can help the team on the long run and hired manager that never worked out. Also their was that ridiculous transfer market deals happening. He sold Eto that scored 50 some goals in 2 season and David Santon who could have turned into a future star player in Serie A rather then rot away in Newcastle. Hell, Thiago Motta left because he didn't like the moves taking place and knew the club was going down at that point. The club was forced to get rid of top earners and sell quality players for some money like Coutinho. Rather then the team setting up future stars for the next 4 years to take over the club was going down hill into their own personal hell.

I hated the way the club dealt with the whole Sneijder ordeal, pushing him to sign a new deal or else he wouldn't play any games for the team. Just showed how desperate Inter were looking. Its so disappointing because Inter lost lots of quality, imagine T.Motta, Sneijder, Countinho still at Inter today, combined with Kovacic that would make up one hell of a MF. Now, the team is trying to climb out of a deep hole and its going to take a sometime before Inter is back at the top and it doesn't help when players prices are inflated in the market.

I feel like slow and steady might force Inter to lose more players. Inter might need to spend in the market on players that are going to take Inter to the next level because the talented today at Inter need other talented around them that make it possible go for a CL spot or win the league. Or else theirs going to come a time when they say "I have no future here" and what happens afterwords? I'm not saying go off spending 30mil on one player but buy good talented players in the PL/Bundesliga/la liga/ Eredivise that might play in mid-table sides not top 4 teams trash that are off no use to the team. I don't know when that's going to happen but Thohir or the board won't be able to play cheap on spending in the near future, fans want to see better players.
Andrej Kramaric is one hell of a player. Would be a good versitle signings for Inter considering he can play as a lone striker or on the wing. I love the runs he makes behind strikers and his goalscoring form is something special. I know the seire a is a diffrent story but having another talented young Croatian would be great for Inter and Kovacic. In fact a former teammate of Kovacic at Dinamo Zagreb.
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Serie A Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
36
25
6
31
1
3
11
15
1
35
17
11
28
2
2
11
15
2
26
9
17
26
5
2
8
15
3
26
8
12
20
1
8
6
15
4
26
7
13
20
3
5
7
15
5
24
7
18
25
3
6
6
15
6
24
6
20
26
3
6
6
15
7
23
8
12
20
4
5
6
15
8
21
-2
20
18
6
3
6
15
9
21
-4
23
19
4
6
5
15
10
20
2
21
23
5
5
5
15
11
19
-4
20
16
4
7
4
15
12
17
-8
26
18
6
5
4
15
13
16
-5
21
16
5
7
3
15
14
14
-7
17
10
7
5
3
15
15
14
-10
18
8
7
5
3
15
16
13
-8
19
11
8
4
3
15
17
12
-6
26
20
7
6
2
15
18
8
-17
29
12
9
5
1
15
19
6
-18
34
16
12
1
2
15
20
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UEFA Europa League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
32
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
33
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
34
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
36
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
37
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
38
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
39
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
42
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
43
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
44
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
47
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
48

UEFA Europa League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
12
4
2
6
0
3
3
6
1
7
-1
5
4
3
1
2
6
2
6
-2
5
3
2
3
1
6
3
5
-1
3
2
1
5
0
6
4

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