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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.
DAMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM PERSIC!!!!!!!!!!

Glad he didn't go to Utd lol! His been a beast under Spa this season so far. Great game overall. Bring on the old bi****s next!
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I don't know about Juve, as both Roma and Juve are gaining form whilst Napoli has been struggling but still getting results, as any big team competing for thropies should... Lazio has luckly fell off a bit but Inter shouldn't be worrying about looking over their shoulder not when it's not even half of the season gone yet, rather after Juve's strong performance against Napoli, with the likes of Costa, Khedira and specially Cuad whom has been in excellent form and Dybala popping up with those acute goals, they're stronger than Inter at going forward... they're still weak at the back with Buffon being their weakest link... I wouldn't pay much attention to inters form or their results against Chievo but I'm thinking about how they have struggled against the likes of Bologna, Torino and didn't finish off Napoli the same way Juve did, overall it's Inter that are contenders and Juve the champions and it could be evident after the final whistle when Inter can find themselves in 3rd spot... and let's not forget it's Juves homefield, once those floods are open, they will demolish Inter...
I know its going to be tough but Inter's recent games against Juve are good. As long as they boys can stay focused and we can gain an early lead, I think we can get something out of that game. Lets stay positive for now.
The score was flattering for Inter as I thought Cagliari was much better in the opening half and in the opening of the second half but at the end of the day, Inter were more clinical and finished off their chances. Shame to lose Vecino as his been so good for us, I hope its nothing long term as it seems Brozo will be his replacement but his form and consistency is questionable. Lets see what Brozo can do.
superbrozo is welcome but i'm hoping Mario will step up and really make the coach think twice about selling him, besides Peri and Candreva must be running out of steam by now? glad to see Icardi was managed well and since his break during the international wk has made wonders for him, he must now get used to the demands by playing both for his national team and that of Inter... all in all, it was a great wkend for inter with Lazio and Roma drawing and inter getting a win to be in that three horse race upfront... kudos to handa as he kept the team in the game! with games coming up against Juve and Lazio, it'll be an interesting few wks before the christmas break, wonder if the team has what it takes to top the table by than!?
Would be awesome if Inter top the table by Christmas break. I do hope Joao Mario can slide in the wide positions as that's where he comes to life the most and Spa rests Peri for the Cheivo game. Although every single point matters. The Juve match up with be an intriguing game.
Rumors are Joao Mario will be sold in January. No surprise tbh, we bought him for so much and he hardly plays. Either get him in the first team or sell him off. If Ramiries is coming in, hopefully Inter can get someone who can play behind the striker, I would love Joaquin Correa of Sevilla. Exciting player who's got goals in him, if Sevilla are really going to sign Pastore, can't see them keeping all those AMs happy. Not to mention he can slide on the right or the left.
Seems Spaletti found his starting line up and whoever comes on January will be a some sort of bench warmer. WOndering who will will be agreed to come and be a sub of Bolja Valero at this moment. If it was on me I would keep Joao Mario at this moment, at least until end of the season.
Gagliardini and Skriniar deserve to be praised way more than what they get now. Both players are doing fantastic job this season, and play like real pros. Gagliardini reminds me of Busquests with more time on the ball and more intent to participate in attack and Skriniar is become what we expect from Vidic when we signed him 2 seasons ago. What a hardworking player he is. There are already rumors saying big teams from La Liga and BPL are after them. WE gotta do our best to keep thenm and enjoy their quality.
If Inter plan on going back to UCl and consistently playing at that level, Inter can't sell their best players. Spa won't let that sh*t happen. We would be going backwards as I don't think we always nail our signings. Gagli has loads of potential, we actually nailed our colors when we signed him. Although, considering Vecino and Valero had made such a big impact since joining, he sort of got overshadowed. Skriniar is a beast, his been playing so well since game one, what a player and only 22. No wonder other clubs want him but we shouldn't sell him at all.
Ramiries is due to train with Inter in December ahead of his move in January. Honestly, a great addition to the team.

Spa might be looking for a striker as well. Rumored to be looking for a cut price deal for Sandro Ramiriez of Everton. Although I do hope Inter can get someone else, a strong striker that can give Icardi competition. He needs to be kept on his toes or else a top striker can get sluggish.
it'll be a curious window come january, i would've liked to see a AM as Peri and Eder both can play as strikers... considering there aren't that many great ones available, i hope we might see the likes of Vecino and Borja type of players arriving that could further lift this team in quality, I'm looking enviously at some of Lazio's players but I doubt they'll have quick fire sale of their players any time soon like the viola...
No kidding, Lazio have a really good team. Although after selling Canderva not to long to us and then selling Keita to Monaco, no way are they going to sell anyone now.

Ramiries will be a good addition as his capable of playing as a B2B so weather we want him to defend or attack, his going to add some quality. Haven't heard anything about a n10 but looks like Spa also wants to add another CB with options to get Mangala on loan or Gimenez from Atleti. At max, I think 3 could possibly come in.
Missed the Torino game, although from the looks of it, Inter looked like they were the ones fighting back to get a point.
imo we played better than the other games under spallo. we were just unlucky the score didn't reflect that
That sounds good. As long as the team can continue to play well, not lose focus and not lose lol, I'm happy with that. Although I'm more curious about how Icardi played.
Had no idea the game was yesterday, I was so busy. Glad to see Inter win, after watching the replay of the full game, impressed with the way the team started and had Sampdoria under control but the last 30 minutes was shocking. The defense went to sleep or just looked like they were ball watching, the team thought the game was over but I hope this is a wake up call, its not over till is over. The team let their guard down and let Sampdoria nearly back into the game. Either way, really pleased to get grab 7 out of 9 points from the last 3 games as Inter are still unbeaten.
While teams like Lazio and even Samp before that game were free scoring, Inter wasted so many chances with Icardi more sloppy than normal and Peri with his usual coming close but not being able to finish off the game, I thought Spa got his subs wrong as Gabbi and D'Ambo looked most tired and with Borja falling back it left a huge gap in the upper midfield, I haven't seen Verona play or anything about their form but Napoli still going strong and Higuain striking a rich vein of form he showed against Milan, not to mention if the rest of their squad players start delivering, it can be a huge ask to catch up to them if Inter fall behind now...
The team had a tough game against Napoli and then 3 days later Samp. Not exactly going to be easy on the legs but points are points and I'll take them at this point. Its also fair to say we don't have the biggest team atm which is why we need to hold on until the winter break. Ramiries would be welcome in the MF as I think a B2B player with his engine and ability on the ball will be great addition as a lot is expected from the MF. Also, a CAM/n10 is needed asap, I like Borja but theirs only so much expectations you can place on a 32 year old, who btw turns 33 in January. Don't know where things stand with Lucas Lima but would love some pace in CAM position.

Also haven't seen much of Cancelo, why is that? D'Ambro has been doing a heck of job this season but needs a rest.
Read something about Spa saying that Cancelo is carrying an injury and can't put pressure on his knee in defence so they're instead easying him into the team, with him getting outings at the last 15 or 30 min of the game, there is still a long way to go untill the january window but so far their signings have been making a difference, specially the Serie A guys that took to the team like they've always been regular starters... I'm more worried about Icardi, whom hasn't been as sharp but with his level of skill, he doesn't normally need that much to score but he hasn't looked sharp since the derby...
Handa had another top game, at times we forget how lucky we are to have him, his such a beast of a goalkeeper! I was off my chair when Vecino got around Reina but Albiol had to ruin it lol! Inter need to stop giving away possession in our half so easily, just like the City game Napoli left their shooting boots at home. Although I'll take a point any day of the week, they are a really strong side.
I was wondering if the defeat against city really took some energy from them or Inter were that good but considering the type of defending Inter did during that night, it's set up nicely for until their next match as any teams that go down to the wire for the scudetto will have to have the upper hand in games between them... nevertheless a defeat to Samp could leave this team on level with Samp, if the rest of the teams between Inter and Samp win their games in next round... With Torino and Atalanta just before the big head to head game with Juve and Lazio to finish off the first half of the season with, they can't afford to draw more than two or lose more than one match...
Inter are actually playing really that good buddy. The team is playing with more confidence and Samp's system seems to have gone down well in terms of getting the players to understand what he wants from them. One thing is for certain, getting an early goal and continuing to apply pressure seems to be key but the team tires out during the end of the game which is a problem. I don't know if we have enough bodies to go the full distance by the end of the season, so bringing in guys like Ramiries in MF will be key.

As for the rest, both Roma and Lazio are strong as hell and will continue to pick up points with Napoli and Juve right beside us. Although I gotta admit, its an exciting Serie A start in a few years.


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27
11
38
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21
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34
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2
2
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10
27
2
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24
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7
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5
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4
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22
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6
16
10
21
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26
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16
11
21
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20
19
7
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6
16
12
21
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26
17
5
6
5
16
13
17
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27
16
9
2
5
16
14
14
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28
10
10
2
4
16
15
13
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22
14
9
4
3
16
16
12
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32
12
10
3
3
16
17
11
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28
15
9
5
2
16
18
10
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32
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19
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