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With Milton beating United 4-0 and us losing to them in pre-season, perhaps Inter should approach Stjarnan with caution as 3-0 could easily be undone if we're not careful... hoping for the team to at least respond well to Maz's tactics and instructions so that they come prepared for the start of Serie A...
Hello everyone, i have hidden in the shadows but now have decided to rise again and guys i can FEEL IT. right on my juicy blooms.

This is a new INTER and you just get that feeling like having your second child when your first one drops out of college because he wants to be a rapper, one day you catch him sniffing crack in McDonald toilets, you say to him ''son why do this'' he looks at you with no fear or shame and laughs ''you were never my father''.

Anyway moving on lets take a look at what will most likely be our team for this season.

HANDANOVIC
RANO VIDIC JESUS
JONATHAN MVILA MEDEL KOVACIC NAGA
ICARDI PALACIO

Thats a pretty strong squad. Defensively i feel we have nothing to change. The 3 central midfielders are pretty strong and i have high hopes for M'VILA. Jonathan despite his impressive first season under Mazzarri i cant help but to have doubts. He makes some good runs and has the pace but does often make errors. Naga is perfect but Dodo is competing for that spot. Icardi will grow to become one of the best strikers in serie A (20+ goals). Palacio magically always has a fantastic game and will be scoring with his eyes closed.

We should cash in on both Alvarez and Guarin, with that money purchase a world class winger (Lavezzi)or another striker like Hernandez. At times i do feel we need a central player with pace to help with the counter attacking. Hernandez would be the ideal player to improve our building play.
Guarin, yes but Alvarez no. Alvarez has a lot more to provide and is a quality AMF with an amazing work rate of helping out the defensive. What Inter needs is the Alvarez of the first half of last season. Although I do want another player to come in but I don't know who and where? I feel like something is missing.
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I agree with you Moe66. Alvarez should be kept. Good optimistic comment Azher :p
the problem is Icardi... Napoli did so well because of Cavani, Lavezzi and Hamsik Maz's team has always had prolific goalscorers and those three formed a great backbone to the team... however since Inter are betting on Icardi and they presumably turned down a 25 mil offer, then it's a question of whether Maz will field 1 or 2 strikers and if he'll continue with the two midfield players of Kova-Herna... then what's missing is finding a replacement for Palacio and I can see why Azher would go after a player like Lavezzi or why Cerci has been linked to our team so much during the summer but since we're plan on playing Herna-Kova if you were to ask me, what this team needs is a player of the mixture of Lavezzi-Hamsik but more Lavezzi than Hamsik, since we already have Herna and Kova on the field... I'd like to see a player similar to Muller... can play as SS/AM and even on Wings but more importantly contribute with goals... much like Schurrle? too bad that Guarin isn't finding space in Maz's team but the team needs to move on and so far the new boys have shown commitment and it's unfortunate that Guarin seems to lack that same resolute and willingness to fight for a spot like Alvarez has said!...
^ I agree with you, Inter needs someone like Muller who can play as a SS/AM or even on the wing. Lavezzi sounds great to be honest, he flourished under Mazz's system but his on his way to 30 and PSG are going to slap a big price tag on him considering his demand. What I want to his is someone who can play SS/AM and Wing who has not only quality but a good age with experience someone between 24-27.

The one player that I see fitting that order is Cerci, who's in the market atm. Last season Cerci and Immobile where the heart and soul of Torino's attack. The reason why I like the dude is because he can not only score goals but also assist a ton load as well from the SS position and also play on the wing with his speed, skill and flair that he brings to the pitch. For me Cerci would be the right choice.

Not for the amount of money Torino are asking for him, even Galliani is finding it hard to land him! that says a lot about his price... it isn't exactly like he is irreplaceable, there are ton of italian players similar to him such as Quag, Insigne and Candreva to name a few well known players even Bonaventura comes to mind... also it'd be a waste to spend that big of money on Lavezzi, unless we can land him on loan and send him packing the next season... I would've liked to see Rabiot/Marchisio, Firminho/Lamela and Destro/Dzeko arriving at the club but since we already have Osvaldo and Medel perhaps Cerci is the type of player the inter management are also thinking of getting, Cerci, Osvaldo and Medel won't make our gamestyle more fluent as those I've mentioned but they're capable of getting the job done and so far they've arrived at the club with reasonable price tags... and Dodo with M'Vila have been good surprises so I can't complain...
Totally agree with Moe.

Azher, I think your lineup is quite close to the one Mazzarri will field but I expect Hernanes to be a starter
No Palacio? and Guarin along with Alvarez on the team? could this mean, we're putting pressure on teams intersted in them? or Maz will have to count on them for next season? also are Inter finally thinking ahead and found a suitor for Palacio, who is willing to pay good money for him? eiherway, I hope Botta does really well tonight and doesn't fall on the finsihing line as Maz has been saying good things about him in pre-season... this will be good opportunity to prove himself... at least two goals from him and a solid performance by Dodo and that team doesn't collapse as it did with Frankfurt...
I loved the team Mazz fielded today. There were several creative players on the pitch. M'villa was superb today, he was everywhere destroying counter attacks, winning posesion and providing those sublime passes. Kovacic played well tonight, I really hope he scores soon. I think the only thing holding him back is for him to score and gain confidence. Hernanes also proved vital. Dodo has brought much needed quality to Inter. Vidic has taken control of the defence, organizing Rano and JJ and showing them what to do. I really hope Rano and JJ can learn as much as they can from him before he retires. Handa did well except for one mistake he made. Botta looks like he has some quality but there is something still missing. I hope he can develop and become a vital role similar to that of Jovetic.
All around well performance!
Stjärnan wasn't at all what I expected, was it the same team that was undefeated in their last 6 games? they must've done well up untill that point but i thought inter won thanks to their athleticism but still worried about them in the long run and i hope they won't be fooled by this performance... eitherway, they did what was expected of them and you could see why strikers do so well in Maz's teams, high pressure and loads of players with shift of the ball side-to-side to find spaces... Osvaldo will probably do well as he is good at setting himself up and I hope Icardi starts to bulk up to keep up with this frantic inter... also who needs a AM when you have Kova and Herna on the field? kova is a pure talent and herna with his experience seems the only inter player to come back with some hunger from the wc! a good mixture... but you could see how teams could take advantage of them as they're easy to dispose the ball off and counter-attack inter when the team is pushing forward... a better team like Roma, could really trouble us with kova-herna in midfield, much like how stjarnan troubled us at the start of second half when our legs were tired... it's understandable now why Maz wanted Medel... there is still some more work to be done and we could get a good answer of how well the team are doing in our first game against Torino... it wasn't as if inter were good, more like the work they've done in training so far has been good
I don't find any problem with having 2 midfielders on the field of the likes of Herna and Kova. How did Barca gain all that success with Iniesta and Xavi at the same time in the midfield only backed by one DM? So far as the team is well organized and controls the midfield, it shouldn't be a problem.
Well your 3 MF, 2 CM and I DM have to have a lot of chemistry and a sweet dynamic going on to be able to pull off what Inesita, Xavi and Busquests did on a daily basis. The DMs Medel and M'Vila are both new and have yet to play in Serie A and need more games to build that team chemistry which is going to take time. I wouldn't be so confident on playing in that system already and not to mention Kova as well is still developing as a footballer. In the past few games this team lacked a AM who can usher the team in the box and lead them in and get those passes to the forwards because I felt as if their was a hole between the CMs and FW, Inter lacked the finals pass and that player is Alvarez.
also Barca has always had a strong attack to rely on, they could afford to play two attack minded midfield players and their DM always acted as a backup to the backline so they technically played 3 or 5 at the back, much like Maz's formation but instead of emphasis on the wingbacks they had pure attacking wingers... the likes of Ronaldinho, Messi, Iniesta, Eto'o and later with Pedro, Villa allowed them to have such a success, they even tried it with Neymar and Sanchez but they failed so far becuase they weren't as good as the old guard... but also they haven't yet found replacements for Alves, Xavi and Puyol...
This result means the 3-1 loss to Frankfurt wasn't a fluke.
i thought m'vila, juan and ranoch played better, specially m'vila! juan had a better game then ranoch but still an improvement and d'ambro worked well on his side, might even be finally able to keep up with jonathan for 90 min if he keeps this up, although that time jonathan was still huffing and puffing long after d'ambro came off... the man almost has a third lung! the only downside is Icardi, he is dangerous when he faces the net but defenders are finding it easy to force him from doing exactly that, looked much better when osvaldo came on but i hope icardi learns sooner rather then later how to shrug of defenders, he is too easy for defenders to read him, he does have the talent to score goals but not the wits... also ive been trying to figure out who kova resembles as a fotball player since he joined us and i think ive finally found one, despite him rating iniesta, i'd say he reminds me of nasri!
The team did well to play defensively but weather Inter has Osvaldo or Icardi they need a AMF who can string things together because like the Frankfurt game they lacked rhythm and were predictable pushing up. Their were some individual standouts but as a whole the team is missing that creative outlet in the center that can take the pressure off Icardi or Osvaldo and let them roam to find the best position to receive a pass. With players like M'Vila, Kova and Hernandes mixed with a AMF, Inter can play much better with those guys controlling the MF because all I see is a hole between the CMs and the striker. I know Inter have Alvarez but would love to see another player come in as well that can not only compete with Alvarez but rotate in case of injury to either one. I want Inter to get into the group stage of Europa League.
that could be tricky, first of all there is Icardi, Palacio, Osvaldo for the CF and then Alvarez, Botta and Kova for the AM... if things aren't really clicking yet then we have till until January to really assess the situation and see if anything has changed, M'Vila, Dodo, Vidic and Medel really doesn't change much about this team except for replacing the players that have left and it's too soon to comment on what kind of effect they're having... and then there is of course Guarin... how Kova and Herna will be able to play together in this new team... the need for an extra CB...

but also what type of AM are inter going after? a AM/CM?, a AM/SS? or even a AM/Winger? but if you go with the herna, kova, m'vila combination which could work in a 3-5-2 formation, with Botta as the SS/AM and Alvarez as the Winger/AM then Inter are only left with AM/CM... Lamela would be the most ideal, however, it's rare to find those types of players that can also score goals unless as you've said, real wants to do us a favour and allow inter to get Isco on the cheap, rather there has been more talk of Biabiany, Cerci and Lavezzi... Lavezzi is old but proven with Maz, Cerci is a risk and overvalued and Biabiany would perhaps be a last choice of those and a gamble but he could come at a more affordable price and could allow players like Alvarez and even Botta to remain at the club but if he flops he won't necessary take anything away from the team but he could be hard to off-load much like with Kuz and Silver... if it were up to me, I'd go after a player that can play with Kova and Icardi, since Inter are focusing on those two then why not invest in a player that can play with both of them and even be that bridge between them but more importantly whomever arrives needs to be a better player than Alvarez and a track record of scoring goals as Icardi isn't yet a finished product!


in a 3-4-1-2 or a 3-4-2-1 formation:

Icardi/Osvaldo /- Osvaldo/X/Alvarez

Kova/X/Alvarez /- X/Alvarez

Dodo - Hernanes/Kova - M'Vila/Guarin - D'Ambro

Juan - Medel - Ranoch/Vidic
Agreed, he has to be better then Alvarez in terms of goals and for me personally I would be leaning over a little more experience for this position. Someone who can provide goals as well and ease it off the strikers when their having a bad day the office. I would like to see this person play in a 3-4-1-2 formation where X can play in between and below both attacking players but be ushered by the support of a 4 man MF. Certainly gives us the variety but I would like Inter to pull of a surprise signing before the window closes.
so you mean instead of kova-m'vila-herna you'd go for a kova-AM-herna? tricky! he'd have to be very impressive to even allow those two to occupy those roles, would be an interesting player!... the only worrying bit is the 'experience' bit and there aren't that many players that can score goals and play defensively well in midfield... lampard/Ramsey, totti/Pjanic comes to mind but too bad we lost out on Ince, would've come in handy! perhaps inter should've also tried knocking at the door of Ravel Morrison, a really exciting young english player but with a history of being a bad boy, maybe ausi would've had better luck with him since he did such a good job with m'vila and medel!
One of the many talents we have in the youth team.

Paulino De La Fuente

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z30evW_hP_8

Pau vs Hachim mastour

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igikrkYkFB8
Once I saw his a Spaniard, I knew is going to get tougher to keep him around. His looks like the real deal, a future star play-maker that the team could very well use one day but as he gets better its going to get harder to convince him to stay because top teams will coming knocking on the door and asking for him and some deals are going to tempting. Hope he stays and doesn't look to far away from a first team start.

Still waiting for Bessa to make his mark in the team, i can understand why Inter are pushing for a new division for reserv teams, has to be a better organisation to develop these talents, Inter won the next gen but where are they now? whilst many of the players they've faced are first team players by now!
Missed the game, what the hell happened? 3-1 lose to Frankfurt? What was the formation?
352. There were huge gaps and frankfurt took advantage. Defending was abysmal as well. Then I heard the formation changed to a 433 and nothing better happened.
at one point i think i saw D'Ambro playing as a CB, not half bad! but the team was too slow to react and as the game started till about 60 min, frankfurt were more aggressive and kept a momentum going so that it interrupted our gameplay and they ran that game through and through... inter still need to work out few more kinks and i thought this game was a good one for them to learn some vital lessons, they can't afford to play like this in the future and defi not in serie A, i think most of the team will be approaching them in this manner so they'll have to quickly adapt to playing together and not be taken back by teams that are disruptive and if they can't take control of the game, then atleast protect the ball and close down opponents quickly! also by the time they played 4-3-3, Botta had ran out of steam and Icardi was left trailing behind defenders and D'Ambro and Dodo did more of defending then attacking and Maz threw in Andreo when he saw it wasn't working... as for my favo inter player, guarin, if only the guy put in the same amount of work off the ball as he does with the ball we'd have a quality player in our ranks, kinda understand now why Maz says about him that he needs to be 'on' for 90 min...
After watching the game, Frankfurt was just upping the tempo by the minute and they kept pressing. Ranoch needs to make better decisions on when to push up. Ranoch and Vidic need to be better in sync, Vidic isn't quick so he has to count on his positioning and Ranoch's legs for speed, Ranoch can't be making silly mistakes like that. Its worrying because they need to do a better job,they are going to be test by speed when the campaign begins. Also Joel Obi was awful, too many mistakes on his part and would rather see another player getting more shots on the team then him, poor showing. D'Ambro brought some solidarity when he came on and put on a good effort to help defend.

Now Mazz at least has a working plan B but this team needs a play-maker and a standout play-maker who can really step up for the team. I feel like guys like Hernanes, M'Vila, Kovacic are quality but not true play-makers which something that was missing in the Franfurt game. Inter needs Alvarez as that player, he can defend and string good passes.
alvarez is a engine, really works his socks off and he comes alive when he is allowed to run at defenders which should help with the closing of the gap between midfield and attack... as for Obi, he is better at playing outwide and when he has players like Nago, Juan and Kova to worry about and work with, he could be streched out and didn't look entirely comfortable out on the field as he isn't used to playing with them, Herna did a better job and i'm excited about what kind of understanding he'll strike with Dodo and Juan... also for AM, i keep reading about Grenier, could perhaps be the surprise and at least a viable alternative to Guarin, more offensive and could slot in to the AM and allow Kova to play in his natural MC?
Would be certainly a nice move to make by adding another AM that can interchange with Alvarez in this long season were injuries are bound to happen. Drop Kova to his more comfortable CM position which works for him.

Edit

Guarin needs to go while his worth something. My problem with him is he doesn't consistently play well enough to cement himself a position in MF which is frustrating because he has moments of brilliance. Now with Inter's jam packed MF he won't start over any of those guys and he isn't good enough at the AMF position. Would awesome to bring in a surprise AMF before the window closes.

you mean play alvarez as an AM? that could work! specially if you have herna on the field but I'd be surprised to see Kova on the field! as you'd have to have one of M'Vila or Medel playing alongside Herna... that's if you play with 2 strikers... if not then perhaps you could push medel/M'Vila in to a deeper DM and play Herna along with Kova in midfield and with just 1 striker... it looks like it'll be competition for a starting spot and I doubt Kova will be experienced enough to fight for a spot and i doubt Maz will spoon feed him if he fails too often but he did have a good comeback towards the end of last season, which shows he can adapt... well... after going through a 'bad' spell where he himself said he wanted to leave the club... will be curious to see if Maz can get something of this team as it looks like he has all the building blocks to do well this season! even with or without guarin and the type of player that can take his spot, but it'll also depend on how the players will react to this type of competition for a spot... eitherway i'm glad the midfield has been strengthened, now, if all the players can stay in shape and really come together to be the drive force of this team, we can see Kova, M'Vila, Herna, Guarin, Medel and Krhin make a name for each other and for themselves, as each of them offers something unique and you can pick and mix them to give the team different dimension... but it'll depend on how much they're willing to give the spotlight to each other...
Wow A 13th place team in Bundesliga is trashing Inter. Kova is invisible, Rano is terrible, M'villa is invisible. Only Vidic and Botta are trying.
As long as Mazz keeps using his lame 3-5-2, Inter won't do well this season. Really couldn't understand why Mazz is so stubborn!
it was our midfield, obi-kova-m'vila just didn't click, m'vila is great at spreading play and he himself said he enjoys playing infront of the backline but i don't think he is used to a 3 in the back and it showed, besides we already have a 'spreader' and a good one in herna! m'vila has to sniff out attacks before hand and break them down enough for the back 3 to set themselves up, as we got caught out in the first goal but then again he didn't get much cover from Obi or Kova! also with rano and juan, it showed how important they are to this team... yes vidic is great but he is only the icing on the cake as juan and ranoch really need to be on their 'a' game if this team is to do well this season... glad to see Botta fight for a place in the team and if he can show that he is good at listening and improve game by game, i don't see why Maz can't stick it out with him untill january instead of going after Biabiany...
http://www.inter.it/en/hp

Osvaldo has been confirmed! Although he has a questionable attitude, im excited about the ambition Thohir is showing.We are slowly rebuilding.

Forza Inter
Indeed, Thohir is showing that his smarter then most rich owner his not going to play guess and check and bring in loads of big names in one summer, his bringing in good quality slowly for a cheap price. Once Inter starts playing better and better then competes in CL then Inter can expect big names coming in.
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i was also sceptic towards osvaldo but seeing as Inter does need a reliable replacement for Milito and Palacio, he is a good option and a proven striker in Serie A as for his attitude, after watching the game against frankfurt and how Icardi got pushed around, you'd want a striker like Osvaldo on the field who'll relish these types of close attention and has the neccessary skill to out do a cb pair as those two! he is different but he brings a different and useful set of skills to the field....
My fav lineup so far:

-------------------HANDANOVIC--------------------

----------RANOCCHIA---VIDIC---JUAN J.------------

NAGA----HERNANES-----M'VILLA-----KOVACIC------DODO

---------------ICARDI---PALACIO------------------

I am happier and more excited for this season because the team has depth. Every position has one or two players who can cover that position with little drop in quality. I want to see them fight for their positions. I want to see Naga, D'ambrossio,Mbaye, Dodo and Jonathan all battle it out to earn 1st team place.

Players like Obi,Khrin,Laxalt, Botta have quality enough to fill in for the 1st team players in Europa and cup competitions so that 1st team players can rest. Ofcourse, there will be a healthy dose of mixing between the 1st and 2nd teams in Europa and cup.

I am more optimistic about this season than any other since Mou left.I believe we can qualify for CL. We need to sign one more top player though in other to achieve that.

Can't wait for the next friendly. The stadium is already sold out, it will be epic.

Qualify for UCL? I like your optimism but UCL is a big target considering Inter will have to compete with Napoli, Roma and Juve who are favorites for the top 3 and their squads are on another level but its a possibility but with the new signings its going to take time to jell together. What I want to see is a fluid and attractive football match that's worth the wait and something for fans to enjoy with wins as the added bonus. If Inter clinch 4th place and go far in EL or win Coppa Italia then that's a good season indeed imo.
Squad quality is not everything in football. Tactical organization and team spirit are very important. Atletico Madrid is an example from last season.

Although Inter's squad is not the best in Serie A, tactical organization/superiority can provide that edge over teams like Napoli, Roma and Jebe.

Also the winner of Europa League gets direct qualification to the CL.
You have a point their but tactical organization is some Mazz failed at last season and team spirit is only going to come from a manager who inspires and make them believe that they can win. Mazz has shown little to none last season and Inter looked hopeless. His done a good job with Napoli but Inter is not Napoli and he tried to emulated that same formation and was so stubborn he stuck with it for so long last season. His not comparable to Simone who's just brilliant, his belief is what pushed Atletico to win the la liga.

With better players around this time lets see how Mazz pulls his strings, I can only hope he does a good job. Although Its going to take the players time to gel together, EL isn't going to be easy.
My fav lineup so far:

------------------------HANDANOVIC------------------------

JONATHAN----------RANOCCHIA-----VIDIC-------------NAGATOMO

-------------MEDEL--------M'VILA--------KOVACIC---------

---------------------------HERNANES-------------------------------

-----------------PALACIO----------ICARDI----------------------


It's a punch in the stomach that I couldn't find a spot for Alvarez. That's they way i'd start, I do hope that Mazzarri will a) field Alvarez in the same position he played at the beginning of last year and b)that Botta will have some playing time
The tricky part is finding a balance with a team of Kova and Herna specially when Maz plays on the counter... I'd say Guarin and Alvarez are essential for this team, they only become redundant when you but them in Maz's formation, which focuses on Wingbacks rather than wingers or widemidfield players... hence why Medel is so important to him...

but normally you could line up with kova and herna in a 4-1-2-1-2 or 4-1-3-1-1 formation.... or more bluntly how it would look like in a 4-4-2 formation...

Icardi - Kova

Alvarez - Herna/Medel - M'Vila - Guarin

Juan - Vidic - Ranoch - D'Ambro

the odd man out in this team would be Hernanes but he could work with M'Vila and Guarin if Alvarez tracks back... that's why I looked forward to seeing a player similar to Rabiot or even Guarin who can play as a LM and DM since we're not getting one and we splashed 20 mil on Herna just last mid-season, I hope Alvarez stays and i believe we're not giving up on the 3 at the back then we should at least sell Palacio so that we can find room for Botta and Alvarez...

however I'm mostly excited about the fact that we can now see the 4-2-3-1 formation with M'Vila - Medel as a pair or M'Vila - Guarin or even Hernanes - Medel! and we can push Guarin, Botta, Alvarez and Kova in AM positions!
I'm already loving the depth this team has and the formations that can be applied with all the talent. Maybe in January Thohir might bring in a sweet expensive signing like he did with Hernanes. If I was Mazz, I'd sell Palacio while his worth something in the winter and bring in a young CB with promise and talent who can rotate and learn from Vidic who will eventually take the role and play alongside Ranocchia.
N3RAZZURRI is right, this is just my fav option but I think Mazzarriw ould field a much more defensive squad. However I do not think this team is too offensive, M'Vila and Medel will do the dirty work
Palacio is going to turn 33 by the second half of the season might as well sell him while Inter can still cash in on him and bring maybe CB with lots of potential and quality and push Alvarez up top.
Maz has been giving a go with already those three at the back (Vidic, Juan, Ranoch) and since he is a fan of the 3 at the back he'd probably push D'Ambro as a wingback and i can see why he would let go of Guarin and Alvarez as they wouldn't find any place in his formation, well unless inter does sell Palacio and field Alvarez/Botta as second strikers... and his most offensive formation would be a 3-4-1-2 formation and even then Guarin would struggle for a place...


Osvaldo/Botta/Alvarez - Icardi/Osvaldo

Kova/Alvarez/Botta

Dodo - Medel/Herna/Kova - M'Vila/Guarin/Kova - D'Ambro

Juan - Vidic - Ranoch

I'll be curious to see how he will line up his formation with competition for the midfield, depending also on if he goes with the 3-5-2 formation between M'Vila, Medel, Kova and Herna... at least there is competition but I thought Krhin would be enough as a backup for M'Vila and with Medel it'll make it that harder for Guarin to find a place in this team!... and if they do sell him, I wonder what kind of type of player they'll go after...

with Medel display in the wordl cup, isn't he a type of player that can also play as a CB?
Guarin is going to definitely find it hard considering M'Vila and Medel are on point players that when they get settled are going to get very consistent both are top quality that can do their jobs well and it wouldn't look very good for Guarin who was very inconsistent last season. Medel can play the CB and with Andreolli playing as backup I guess it works but I would rather see upcoming quality CB talent coming through but that's my opinion.


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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
C/L  C/L Qualifying  UEFA Cup  Relegation 

In the Inter Milan Forum

8 comments
by Dibzz
13 comments
14 comments
1 comments
3 comments

In the Stands

26 comments
by Kain
6 comments
1 comments
6 comments
4 comments

   
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