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Sarri is official, the summer begins.

I think he will get the same reception as Allegri after that middle finger incident, but to be honest I was left so disillusioned after last season that I don't even care.

As long as he gets our players playing football again, I'll be happy.
after 4 years (i'd excluded 2014-15) of dull football by Max, i'd welcomed any new change with an open arms

welcome Maurizio "The Chain Smoker" Sarri
middle finger shoved to Juve fans
Napoli fans warned Sarri not to be a traitor
man dunno wat's happening right now....

smh...anyway...only can say welcome.....
that happens most of the times in football, when Sarriball works it's beautiful to watch and quite dominant

it's tailor made for CR7
in some other news:

Sarri close to Juve
Hamed Traore signed for Juve from Empoli and will to to Sassuolo on loan next season
Dybala - Icardi swap move?
Merih Demiral to Juve?
There's also this Cancelo-Pogba stuff
looks like Federico Chiesa are closing in on Juve..

No I want him at Inter.
+6
I'm in
Forget about forwards, we need midfielders. If this guy comes then someone up front needs to leave.
i think those candidates who's going to leave next season might be Mandzukic, Cuadrado or Costa if Chiesa do come here
Cuad can leave, honestly
Does it hurt to add Mario Balotelli. I really do enjoy watching him play for Italy. Mancini leaving him out again.
BTW, what a load of bull.

“We’re not Juve,” read a Facebook post.

“Winning isn’t the only thing that matters for us. We point out firmly and decisively that the Curva Nord certainly can’t forget his black and white past.

“We accept the fact that from certain ‘legal suspects’, the new Coach is freed, having atoned for the sentences that were applicable to him, although the ‘guilt’ for his very long militancy remains indelible, at a club from which we consider ourselves light years away in terms of style and values.

“Our concern, above all, is the moral aspect. Being Inter is beating your opponent, accepting defeats, sentences and not looking for excuses.
Marotta with Inter : -

Conte
Godin

In line (probably)
Dzeko
Barella
Chiesa
Lukaku
Lucien Agoume (the new Pogba?)

next season will be tough as new coach coming in need time to get familiar with the players and the club...we might be dethrone or at least have a close competition...
more of the reason for us to try hard to retain the Scudetto

we all knew Conte's obsession with the league title...so preventing em winning would be one of our main objective, along with UCL of course
The question is, does lightning strike twice?

Even if Conte manages to put some life into Inter, there is no guarantee our manager won't do the same here.
Summer can go a lot of ways, but I'm not particularly afraid of losing the Scudetto. I think a last year or before I said that we will go 10 easily if things don't change drastically.

Milan clubs are being sold and bought, but still nowhere. Napoli are now a reliable team, constant CL, but simply not champion material.

IT has been 8 years and still not a SINGLE club started building their own stadium.


So it can be Inter or whoever, I'm not worried. We had our worst season, played absolute crap all year and still won the league ahead of time.
Well, according to the leak, at least our 3rd kit is quite good
Sarri just got his first silverware last night...in a convincing way i might add
Sarri as the new HC??? Maan that sucks. Looks like management lost their head.
I have a dark feeling that Sarri is the chosen one just so 4-3-3 can remain. Because of Ronaldo.

Not saying we can't play well with the right coaching, but it's more likely that wingers will get wasted again.
Sarri's front 3 is basically the main output

CR7 can play ST if needed or at LW, Sarri's most attacks comes from the left side and that has benefited Hazard a lot, like you said it will be an advantage for CR7
+1
Poch seems like the better option


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Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
90
40
30
70
4
6
28
38
1
79
38
36
74
7
7
24
38
2
69
31
46
77
9
9
20
38
3
69
24
33
57
9
9
20
38
4
68
19
36
55
8
11
19
38
5
66
18
48
66
8
12
18
38
6
63
15
37
52
7
15
16
38
7
59
10
46
56
13
8
17
38
8
53
9
51
60
15
8
15
38
9
44
-8
56
48
16
11
11
38
10
43
-7
60
53
13
16
9
38
11
43
-14
53
39
17
10
11
38
12
42
-12
56
44
18
9
11
38
13
41
-20
61
41
17
11
10
38
14
41
-18
54
36
17
11
10
38
15
41
2
45
47
13
17
8
38
16
38
-18
57
39
16
14
8
38
17
38
-19
70
51
20
8
10
38
18
25
-40
69
29
23
10
5
38
19
17
-50
75
25
22
14
2
38
20
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