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Oh god, Wolfsburg!
yup, yup...It's gonna be a very hard challenge...Hope things will go as we want...
looks like a good night for italian teams! congrats to them for going through, just as long as inter manage to avoid zenit, sevilla and wolfsburg... they could stand a chance to progress even through the next round as long as their forwards keep delivering and now that D'Ambo and Andreo are back into the squad perhaps the jaded defence could get a much needed rest...
Yeah, having Andreo back and solid defensive minded FB like D'Ambro is a plus not to mention Naga should be back soon.
I wish we couldve gotten Salah instead of Podolski. Salah is doing great for Fiorentina.
+1
we got shaq, that's a bonus, besides shaq and salah were more like in the same price range, podo was an opportunity just like osvaldo but hopefully podo will hit form soon enough...
Salah is quick as hell and we know quick players do very well in Serie A but overall Shaqiri is a better player with more quality, Salah struggled with any sort of creativity at Chelsea which is why he couldn't nail a place. I hope Podolski gets himself together because I was hoping Serie A might be his turnaround but at this rate I don't see him as a permanent signing. Tbh, youngsters that aren't over-hyped in Europe or gems in other leagues or young players that failed at their big clubs are the players I would want. Look at Santon and Brozovic for example a player who things didn't go the way he wanted it in the PL and a hidden gem like Brozovic. If Man Utd plan on selling Rafael, than I won't mind seeing him here at Inter, the perfect attack minded RB with a great crossing ability and that Brazilian flair!
di anyone catch coutinhos goal in the wkend? what a stunner! also that goalkeeper of west ham, Adrian, what a player! if handa leaves i wouldn't mind seeing him between the goalpost but west ham won't probably let him go cheaply
Adrian is such a beast for West Ham United very underrated keeper. If Inter can steal him for a good price that I would be happy. Although I'd love Begovic, only 27 and boy is he good. Its not been his best season but the guy is top class and only plays for Stoke City. Both aren't gonna be cheap in reality though;)
at this moment, begovic or adrian would be dream signings with carrizo in the net for inter! glad they came away with a win, solid attack and can't compliment Brozo for his work in midfield, with a re-juvenated guarin! now with kova also putting in shift, you'd hope herna can also catch by reaching peak form before the season ends... except for a total meltdown in defence after kovas goal, i think the el match against celtic will be one inter will have a good shot at, thanks mainly to their attack but if celtic clean up their defence, it'll be an interesting match....
I'm hoping for a victory tomorrow. I want to see the players play more games to see what their about and how they progressive throughout the season. Brozo, Santon and Shaqiri have slotted into the team real well since arriving, our attack is really what has kept Inter alive for while now. The defense can go from being really solid one minute to complete and utter disaster the next.

On the otherhand, Hernanes has just been dissapointing, was expecting better from him but I don't see things getting any better for him. I hope he starts to play well but I don't see him being around next season and won't mind if we sold him back to his beloved Sao Paulo.
it'll be a match between inters defence and celtics attack that will decide the game...

too bad about herna, mancini really gave him some chances to shine before the arrival of shaq and podo and guarin seems to be the only midfielder from the previous line-up that have managed to shine in their new role, perhaps inter could use herna as a bargaining tool for one of sao's priced talents and with sylvinho at the club, they could land themselves the next neymar or something...
What a beautiful shirt. I wish this was inter's away jersey instead of the white version.

http://store.inter.it/it/inter-maglia-pre-partita-bambino-nera-2014-15.html
the shirt looks great, i wonder how it'll look with blue stripes instead of grey and a white background instead of black? can't think of seeing inter with a black shirt in away games but since their previous red shirt perhaps a black wouldnt be so out of place

even a shirt along these line, going old school... http://store.inter.it/it/inter-t-shirt-antat-grigia.html?___SID=U ... wouldn't be so bad with a gold background instead of grey...
looked like celtic did their home work, attacked santon on the left and cut guarin out of the game, too bad kuz didn't have enough match-fitness in his legs but on the bright side, Shaq is picking up steam and Palacio was back to his usual goal-scoring self!
Shaqiri is certainly getting into a good form which is what I want to see considering his quality, glad to see Palacio back in form scoring goals as well. The first half was Celtic's keeper Gordon blunders but I'm not going to take credit away from our scorer, they did well. During the second half Celtic exposed Inter's biggest weakness, our defense. Even after the hour mark Rano/Juan were struggling to deal with the constant threats from the wideman was something our FBs struggled with, Santon was just hammered today.

On the bright side the advantage is Inter's atm and this team is going to need to do a lot better at home defensively because Inter is really starting to shape up in attack but the defensive cost a valuable win today.
there are a lot of good teams in el, watched some highlights to see de bruyne and vietto, both of their teams are doing well and they are really shining big times... so much so that i could bet on wolfsburg taking the el this season... and Napoli along with Roma put in a good shift, too bad that Roma are in rut and Napoli mix good performances with bad ones, just hope it won't cost them dearly... then if ajax, spurs or any of the eastern european teams pull a fast one on the spanish, portuguese teams, we'll see, it could become more clear in the next three games... it'll be tough for inter but you'd hope they'll reach quarter finals and then it's all about which teams they'll draw and anything can happen on match day...
Its going to get even tougher if Inter manage to beat Celtic and advance. Celtic exposed Inter defensive and any team going against Inter further into the competition will know that all they need to do is keep pressing our fragile defense and their bound to break through, not to mention our lack of a proper RB.

Gotta say EL was more entertaining than UCL this week!
inter played a good game, it was an exciting game and even a draw at home should be enough, celtic will probably work more on their defence and have gotten the courage to attack inter with that result... a bad scenario would be if celtic got a two goal lead and concentrated on defending for the rest of the game or a late goal... eitherway, it'll be tricky game and i'll be curious to see inters game plan in their next match in el
Mancini is building a really solid team.
with just 6 points to 4th spot and napoli dropping points left and right, they have great chance of becoming a solid team if they can manage to collect 8-10 wins in their next 11-12 games... after that the season is over with just 15 games left...
Congrats for winning Primavera once again...Let's hope we can build our squad based on the young players we have in our team and those talents that won the cup today by wishing to see non of them playing for our rivals.
great win for them! ill keep an eye out for rocci and palazzi but still miss the previous primavera, specially bessa and longo but glad to see benassi and crisetig make a name for themselves in serie a! bono seems to be the one heading towards big things but going by previous primavera stars, these lads have a long way to go and anything can happen for all of them... just look at how different things turned out for destro and acquafresca but with serie doing away with co-ownership perhaps these youngsters could see a different but better development course rather than just being used as bargaining tools...
Davide Santon was so good today. His really cemented that LB position into his own and considering the guy hasn't played 1st team minutes in such a long time. MOTM for me:)
Yeah Santon is definitely a good signing. Never understood why we sold him 4 years ago
the ref was easily mothm for me, he was inter main star, giving them breathing space with a penalty and a red card... and who knew all guarin needed to do was to curve the ball? who ever suggested that to him, is a genius! i thought brozo had a polished game, impressive how he has been so consistent in his outings, not knowing serie a football and the language!
Man, the penalty was a clear one, and if Atalanta's defender was sent off there had to be a reason, we don't know what he said to the referee.Anyway it is so stupid quarreling after a yellow card in such as complicated moment of the match. Inter deserved to win, we didn't steal anything..it's not our fault is Benalouane is brainless....
i thought atalanta played better, with more clear cut chances than inter in the first half, just saying if guarin didn't have such an inspired game, a penalty and an early goal with atalanta being forced to play with 10 man, perhaps the score line is lying about how the game went... eitherway, they have this game against celtic, it'll be interesting to see how the team plays... also Guidetti caught my attention with his comments about Mancini and him being out of contract, reminds me a bit of Livaja, a bright star that got burned out by his own fame, some players thrive in it but others end up like Cassano with a lot of regret... he does have some talent but i can see why a lot of big teams are after Kova, because you do need a certain characteristics to cope with the pressure on the big stage...
Did you guys hear that Inter is meeting with the Milan council to discuss purchasing the G. Meazza?

What would you prefer- A brand new stadium or a renovated G. Meazza?

Renovating the Meazza has its positives.

I prefer building a new stadium and building Inter's headquaters and training center right next to one another. On the other hand, G. Meazza has history and I can't imagine abandoning it.

I love Meazza, the stadium is entitled to Giuseppe Meazza, one of Inter's best players ever so I would play there for the rest of our history, that's our home! However the reason why Milan is about to build a brand-new one is because using a public stadium is pretty costly, so I guess we should do the same as soon as we can
fans will always go where the football is, it's the city that has much to lose, if they can take on some of the costs Inter wants them and both parties have something to gain from the deal in future, then Maezza, this would allow the club to invest in players and if not then a new stadium and a cash flow reserved only for Inter...
^Pretty much, the city lose the most if both Inter and Milan walk away from the stadium. I mean what the hell are they going to do with an 80,000 seat football pitch???

Imo, depending on what the deal is between Inter and the city then I don't mind keeping the purchasing it and renovating it because tbh building new stadium and training centre etc ain't cheap either. Would much rather have us invest in players.
Don't worry about the city guys, they will charge both teams a huge amount of property tax, so they still would have their income from having both teams taking action in Milan.Also, they will start using the Stadium for concerts and box matches, and some games where national team is competing just like how Wembley stadium is being used for long yeas.
B E A U T I F U L
how ironic is it the two players that got the end of the stick in their last game were the ones behind all three goals? anyhow, nice to see Brozo have such a nice influence on the team, if he keeps this up and gains full match fitness, Kova might have to sit out more matches then he'd like... also with the way Shaq covered so much space with his running and trying to pull the strings for inter almost reminded me of when Sneijder was at Inter, a good sign! have to mention Juan and Ranoch whom I thought had good game and Juan was just a beast with the way he dealt with Dybala... Dodo seems to be a disaster waiting to happen everytime he takes to the field, whatever happened to his confidence? as he is great at going forward and it wasn't so long ago he was called up to the national and every newspaper in italy was raving about him and lamenting how Roma let him go...
Brozovic was superb for Inter. I can't wait to see him play when he is fully adapted to Serie A and the team. Kovacic needs competition to improve. I think his progress has somewhat stalled. I hope him being benched will make him step up his game.

Shaqiri's crosses in particular reminded me of Sneijder. Those powerful high and curly balls into the box.

If we manage to keep this team and bring in some key players during the summer, Inter will be able to fight for top 3 next season.

Santon is a joy to have back. He has the right balance between attack and denfence. He makes Rano look better.

I really hope this win wasn't a fluke. I hope the team can start raking in wins. We really need it.

Forza Inter
s**t, I missed a really good game I assume. Must watch now!
it's hard to tell if it was a fluke, i thought Palermo didn't play that well but it could also be down to how Inter managed to handle them but a win takes the pressure of the team and it's easier to focus on the good parts... just that towards the end when kova came on he wasn't exactly showing it was wrong of the coach to keep him on the bench, even Brozo played more baldy... the team let go off the pedale, yes they were leading by that time but still... Ranoch was cramping up, Palacio doesn't seem yet to have rediscovered his full form, Nago got injured and he was having a good game along with Santon, defensively... perhaps Atalanta could be a good team to test if they've bounced back, as Atalanta have a tough midfield and if Icardi plays to the same standard along with if Shaq is able to give more after his last game and recover in this short space of time, then this team could move forward and allow other players to catch up to those two...


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1 week ago
Celtic’s manager, Ronny Deila, has dismissed any notion his side will face a faded giant in the form of Internazionale in the last 32 of the Europa League
2 weeks ago
Paris Saint-Germain’s meeting with Chelsea brings with it a real clash of character, the rage-driven Zlatan Ibrahimovic, determined to win a Champions League title, and the stony-faced José Mourinho
3 weeks ago
John Carver, Newcastle United’s interim head coach, was upbeat on deadline day, despite losing a player to Internazionale, as he kept the services of his best midfielder
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Paolo Bandini: Roberto Mancini has not lived up to the hype (or his wages) at Inter while Samuel Eto’o got off to an inauspicious start at Sampdoria
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The Everton manager, Roberto Martínez, is prepared to offload Samuel Eto’o just five months after signing the four-times Africa player of the year
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Lukas Podolski has accused Arsène Wenger of a lack of respect following his loan-move from Arsenal to Internazionale
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Inter’s Argentinian striker has been in the news as much for his off-field antics but his goalscoring performance at Juve showed both his potential and his rawness
1 month ago
Paul Pogba produced a moment of magic for Juventus against Internazionale, but he has some way to go before he can match the peerless Rivellino
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1 month ago
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has confirmed that Inter have made a ‘more serious’ bid for striker Lukas Podolski
1 month ago
Arsène Wenger has identified central midfield, rather than central defence, as the area that he will look to strengthen in the transfer window as injuries bite
2 months ago
Arsène Wenger has accused Internazionale of messing Arsenal around with their January move for Lukas Podolski
2 months ago
Massimo Moratti has revealed what the Swede said to his team-mates as he prepared to leave the club and join Barcelona in the summer of 2009
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Lars Bender to Arsenal? | Kevin Strootman to Manchester United? | Jozy Altidore to Lille?
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Paolo Bandini: The fans came in their droves and the impressive banners were unfurled but neither side left the San Siro satisfied with the result
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Two superb goals, one by Jeremy Menez and one by Joel Obi, ensured the points were shared at San Siro - but Stephan El Sharaawy missed a late one-on-one to give Milan the win

Serie A Table

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57
38
13
51
1
6
17
24
1
48
19
18
37
2
9
13
24
2
45
14
30
44
5
6
13
24
3
40
13
27
40
8
4
12
24
4
39
12
24
36
5
9
10
24
5
36
3
27
30
4
12
8
24
6
36
7
29
36
6
9
9
24
7
35
8
31
39
7
8
9
24
8
33
5
30
35
7
9
8
24
9
33
2
25
27
7
9
8
24
10
33
-1
39
38
7
9
8
24
11
29
-6
35
29
7
11
6
24
12
28
-5
31
26
9
7
7
23
13
27
-2
27
25
7
12
5
24
14
25
-16
43
27
11
7
6
24
15
24
-12
30
18
12
6
6
24
16
23
-14
35
21
11
8
5
24
17
20
-14
45
31
12
8
4
24
18
16
-24
47
23
14
7
3
24
19
10
-27
47
20
18
2
3
23
20
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UEFA Europa League Table

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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

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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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