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Tanel
20 Oct 12, 19:45
I see he has been mentioned a fair few times here and there as a very bright one.

Today he scored 3 goals for Italy U17 in 4:0 win against Liechtenstein.

Class of 97. Turned 15 in May. Impressive.

http://www.tuttointernazionale.it/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Federico-Bonazzoli-2.jpg

.h.
21 Oct 12, 16:54
WASNT the most impressive for me in the U15 scudetto final, but he did score a hat trick that day, and tbh, if someone scores a hat trick, you cant fucking complain

reminds me a bit of a slightly more roaming pazzini. quite wasteful, makes some bad decisions at times, etc, but you cant argue with his goalscoring record.

he's one of the few youth players to be 'double' promoted this year, he shows real talent, one of our best prospects for the future. Playing with Italy U17 at 15 is HUGELY impressive too - they try to keep those age groups the same.

.h.
17 Dec 12, 15:05
this fucking guy just got called up to Italy U_19_ despite being 4 years young.

.h.
18 Dec 12, 08:47
It seems I may have been mistaken, its the U17

Raul Duke
18 Dec 12, 09:57
It seems I may have been mistaken, its the U17

Permaban!

Shaun
18 Dec 12, 10:07
reminds me a bit of a slightly more roaming pazzini.
.

So he's not super quick, skillful, creative, or technical, but he has good movement and gets into good positions?

.h.
18 Dec 12, 10:11
I'd actually say more Vieri than anything, on reflection. That hat trick in the youth final was very vieri-esque. He was very wasteful in possession too, but he's awfully young so theres nothing to discard him over there.

Vieri 2.0 in the making, imho.

Earth
23 Apr 13, 15:36
Bonnazzoli has trained with the first team

Inter Siamo Noi
23 Apr 13, 15:37
He trained with the 1st team today, for the 1st time. And he's only 15 yo (will be 16 on May 21)!

.h.
23 Apr 13, 15:44
BROWHAGASM!!!! MAYBE HELL DEBUT AGAONST PALERMO!!

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Ps fuck you for making a youth player thread.


Tanel sleeps with the fishes.

Earth
23 Apr 13, 15:48
dude hes 15 I dont think thats legal

.h.
23 Apr 13, 15:50
No it isnt. He can debut at 16 though. Also before him will be any of the primavera players just for physical maturity. Nonetheleas good in bonazzoli - we dont have many really good youbf goalscorers atm

Earth
23 Apr 13, 15:52
Yeah. If I remember correctly, some time ago milan appealed to that rule so mastour could debute at 15

.h.
23 Apr 13, 15:54
That is correct :)

Batman
23 Apr 13, 16:02
Class of 97?? Fuck.. I'm old. :foreveralone:

.h.
23 Apr 13, 17:22
he's been at inter since he was 9
http://giovanili.inter.it/aas/squadra?stagione=2005/06&IDS=12&L=en

along with dimarco

Kakaroto
04 Dec 13, 21:08
Welcome to Bayer Leverkusen!!!

Nah congrats on his Coppa debut at 16!! Now I sincerely hope you turn into a good player for Inter,

wambam
04 Dec 13, 21:34
SELL

Kakaroto
05 Dec 13, 02:43
Just watched his goal opportunity.....That would have been sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet but he missed, like most lefties doesn't have much of a right foot.

Can't shake the feeling that he's jinxed now. You basically have to do a Balotelli to have a puncher's chance at Inter.

Guney
05 Dec 13, 13:34
I have 1 year and 102 days to break this fuckers record of youngest player in first team :okay:

JJM
05 Dec 13, 17:44
Wait he is 16...I thought he was 18 or smth :oblivious:

:notbad: kid, not bad at all!

Ffi201zi002tlis
05 Dec 13, 20:48
Wait he is 16...I thought he was 18 or smth :oblivious:

:pedobear:

Ed.
06 Dec 13, 00:12
He could have become the youngest goalscorer in inter history.

RobinV
06 Dec 13, 06:50
To those who think he is the youngest player in history for Inter, he is not. Bonazzoli is older than what Bergomi was when he debuted in Coppa Italia. If this would be the Serie A he would be the youngest ever.

Me2
06 Dec 13, 09:49
Juan Jesus and Kovacic are welcoming him first :pedobear:

Guney
07 Dec 13, 14:58
Leverkusen got a gem in their hand
http://images.wikia.com/vampirediaries/images/1/11/If_you_know_what_I_mean_.png

thatdude
06 Apr 14, 04:20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKFR5YjWDBs

Sick second goal by Bonazzoli!

.h.
06 Apr 14, 08:47
sweet movement by camara, too. looks impressive.

Pimpin
06 Apr 14, 13:16
this dude might become the next big thing for us, really hope that he debuts this season in serie a.

Batman
06 Apr 14, 14:30
this dude might become the next big thing for livorno, really hope that he debuts this season in serie a.

Fixed

Paco#21
06 Apr 14, 14:45
Didn't he already play for Inter? Or was that in coppa italia?

.h.
06 Apr 14, 15:08
coppa italia

Kakaroto
06 Apr 14, 19:03
I wonder how much we could get for him.

Hugo Boss
07 Apr 14, 01:19
sweet movement by camara, too. looks impressive.

That's Camara? #7!?
Damn, he would be great if we play with 4-3-3 or 4-2-3-1...

Shaun
07 Apr 14, 01:40
So how good is this guy going to be, Browha? Is he a Destro or a Longo?

Armes
07 Apr 14, 04:49
Fuck Bonazzoli, but when is Camara joining the first team?!

.h.
07 Apr 14, 09:29
yeah, camara is the winger who pretty much created every single chance

We just signed him outright

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So how good is this guy going to be, Browha? Is he a Destro or a Longo?

I'm personally inclined to say more Destro than Longo. As my rule of thumb for the Primavera, the guys who look a head and shoulders above everyone else are the ones who might make it. Longo was only impressive in the last 6 months of playing for the Primavera - Bonazzoli is a year? two years? younger than his competition and still looks fantastic.

His gameplay style is more around bravery and technique than it is physicality, too - though there's no doubt his physicality helps. But look at his 2nd goal there, for example. It's just a good strike.

I still stand by my original Vieri comparisons - he's got that edge/bravery just to try shit from anywhere which is actually quite rare in a player.

Now its a question of experience, development, physical development, bla bla bla... long long road still

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camara's run for mira's goal (2:38-) is just outrageous.

he's really fucking good.. I just wonder if it's too much on his pace which might not be as decisive on the top level

Universe
08 Apr 14, 01:54
I prefer his father, Emiliano.

.h.
08 Apr 14, 10:56
Not surprised

:yao:

pier
08 Apr 14, 15:50
Emiliano Bonazzoli son? who else former footballer in our academy browha? I only remember Filippo Mancini (Roberto's son) and Mattia Altobelli (Alessandro's son)

I see Marco Ferrara in primavera squad, must be Ciro's LOLLLL

.h.
08 Apr 14, 15:57
Paramatti is the only one I can think of.. his dad is an ex-Juve/Bologna player

but, no, Frederico's dad is not Emiliano as far as I know.. unless he had him at like 16...

thatdude
08 Apr 14, 16:00
I believe Benedetti's father was also a player, although he's not in the primavera anymore obviously.

.h.
08 Apr 14, 16:04
the mancini kids, though :yao: they really sucked.

pier
08 Apr 14, 16:08
Michele Paramatti? oh my..

Pimpin
08 Apr 14, 16:34
I thought uni was into kids

crzdcolombian
09 Apr 14, 05:19
the mancini kids, though :yao: they really sucked.

He took both to Man City with them. Once he was fired their contracts terminated haha. Both strikers and neither have ever scored a goal haha

Andrea (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrea_Mancini)
Filippo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filippo_Mancini)

Guney
13 Apr 14, 18:38
Andrea is playing for some Hungarian (:yao:) team now right?
checked out Filippo's twitter, and boy he is smart. he is sucking of Galatasaray so that they might consider signing him due to his father being the coach

https://twitter.com/f_mancio/status/425119827737706496/photo/1
https://twitter.com/f_mancio/status/430046663001276416/photo/1

pier
13 Apr 14, 23:04
Andrea playing with Budapest_Honvéd, which is also the club of Emiliano Bonazzoli.

.h.
18 May 14, 20:54
can someone edit the first post so this photo of him is there?

http://www.tuttointernazionale.it/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Federico-Bonazzoli-2.jpg

thanks

this is why I Should be allowed to do new youth player threads :yao:

Pimpin
18 May 14, 20:59
can someone edit the first post so this photo of him is there?

http://www.tuttointernazionale.it/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Federico-Bonazzoli-2.jpg

thanks

this is why I Should be allowed to do new youth player threads :yao:



do u have that pic of his in your room?


do you change that pic with the next hottest(double entendre) prospect

.h.
18 May 14, 21:02
i have that photo next to the one of your mum

Sokrates
18 May 14, 21:02
i have that photo next to the one of your mum

:yao:
this kind of jokes are never dead

francesco
18 May 14, 21:03
oh you have 7 minutes to play and not scored
not going to be called again :yao:

Pimpin
18 May 14, 21:23
i have that photo next to the one of your mum

my mom is so fat that a pic of her would take the whole damn wall

.h.
18 May 14, 21:24
my mom is so fat that a pic of her would take the whole damn wall

i keep her in the barn

the photo, that is
:work:

Howl
18 May 14, 21:28
lol ya'll remind me of..

http://i.imgur.com/3HksiX1.gif

Kakaroto
21 May 14, 05:36
Apparently he is the youngest debutant for Inter in Serie A.... Doomed.

Fapuccino
21 May 14, 17:27
He's too young. A 16 year old can never make it, even if he trains hard for the next 10-15 years and comes back and asks us to play him, no one will give a chance to a 16 year old.


Apparently he is the youngest debutant for Inter in Serie A.... Doomed.

So was Slavkovski.

Efrain21C
24 May 14, 22:19
He's too young. A 16 year old can never make it, even if he trains hard for the next 10-15 years and comes back and asks us to play him, no one will give a chance to a 16 year old.



So was Slavkovski.


Who?

TheNetworkZ
25 May 14, 00:35
Slavkovski

Shaun
25 May 14, 00:41
The next ibrahimovic

circa 2006

youth projector
25 May 14, 00:47
He's too young. A 16 year old can never make it, even if he trains hard for the next 10-15 years and comes back and asks us to play him, no one will give a chance to a 16 year old.



So was Slavkovski.

What,are you crazy?
halilovic and kovacic made their debuts for zagreb at 16, so you are saying kovacic will never make it. you are drunk

wera
26 May 14, 00:45
Still, there is a steep difference in a proud, little league of Croatia where new talents with huge potentials will get fair chances

and the Serie A where they risk way less with young talents

Jane The Virgin
26 May 14, 23:16
in serie a, you are considered a youngster even at 23/24. true story.

as for midfielder, til you hit 26, you're a youngster.

Kakaroto
27 May 14, 02:29
Come on in Serie A Zanetti is still a youngster.

iimilito
27 May 14, 03:18
Goran Slavkovski..

Jane The Virgin
27 May 14, 16:13
Goran Slavkovski...

eminter25391
28 May 14, 14:19
http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/federico-bonazzoli/profil/spieler/241527

Are that stats true? If so, his performance with Italy U17 isn't too impressive, just 4 goals in 17 appearances.
And according to the 1st post, he scored a hattrick once, so only 1 goal in other 16 games?

wera
28 May 14, 15:58
Depends on the minutes he played, Messi also 'only' 40 goals in 80 games, but u can bet he barely played a few minutes for a minimum of 10 games.

Then again, I could be talking out of my ass and there is something else that is 'wrong' with Bonazzoli.

KevinB
28 May 14, 20:40
Goran Slavkovski...


Goran Slavkovski (Macedonian: Горан Славковски) (born 8 April 1989) is a Macedonian–Swedish footballer who is currently playing for KSF Makedonija in the Swedish 6th division.

Wow, did he fall low

Pimpin
29 May 14, 00:34
LOL bonazzoli played thos egames u17 when he was fucking 15 or even 14 !

.h.
29 May 14, 10:53
there are.. circumstances around that, I guess.

I think the current Italy U-17 manager quite likes Cerri (or liked, perhaps).

You can see more of his detailed stats here, too

http://www.uefa.com/under17/season=2013/teams/player=250056186/index.html

As you can see he was way younger then as well. 15 in an u-17 tournament.

nurko
16 Jul 14, 18:53
Two goals and still not a single post ? :D

thatdude
16 Jul 14, 19:35
Good, it's just trentino. Let's see if he scores in the USA or even goes.

Pimpin
16 Jul 14, 20:33
2nd goal was impressive

wera
16 Jul 14, 23:30
both shots were well taken

I wonder how good he does under pressure

nutsncider
17 Jul 14, 02:18
New vieri :)

Hugo Boss
17 Jul 14, 03:40
Yeah, we don't need new striker, just use Bonazzoli and Puscas as our back up...

wera
17 Jul 14, 03:44
I don't believe that is true, but he could be 'important' for us in a year or two.

And with important good enough to play him when needed.

Shaun
17 Jul 14, 04:49
He's did very well, but it's perfectly clear that he isn't even fully developed from a physical perspective yet. I'm optimistic though

thatdude
17 Jul 14, 04:58
Yeah he's pretty young. Just checked he won't be 18 till after this season.

nurko
17 Jul 14, 05:43
Damn, that's young.

I'm hoping he might be the revelation of the season.

Pajo
17 Jul 14, 06:39
Dont hope, it will never happen :)

Kenny
17 Jul 14, 08:26
:pedobear:

:browha:

.h.
17 Jul 14, 09:21
Bonazzoli
Very wasteful in possession, doesn't always make the right decisions, but fucking hell, a great hat trick is a great hat trick. I missed the second goal, the first was a great poacher's goal (closing down the defender, forcing him into a mistake, taking it past two defenders and slotting it past the keeper), the third was a lovely ball into the top left corner from the middle of the box, though left unmarked. He will want to develop his passing/vision and all round decision making, but nonetheless, man of the match for the hat trick. 9.5/10


dat moment when he was scouted 2 years ago

ManchesterInterista
17 Jul 14, 09:37
how tall is this guy? Transfermarkt has him down as 192cm, which is 6'3; he doesn't look it.

.h.
17 Jul 14, 09:57
I'd be amazed if he's that tall. He was definitely tall for his age a few years ago, I dont feel like he's grown that much since, or maybe we just use physically larger guys in the Primavera

thatdude
17 Jul 14, 11:36
He's certainly not 6'3 he would be towering over everyone not named Ranocchia or Handonovic and that's not the case.

Shaun
17 Jul 14, 11:54
He looks slightly shorter than Icardi, so i'm guessing 5'11 or 180cm. He's definitely not 6'3

Big Willy
17 Jul 14, 16:06
dat moment when he was scouted 2 years ago

Dat moment when you realize that was preseason and you need to calm down.

.h.
17 Jul 14, 16:07
Dat moment when you realize that was preseason and you need to calm down.

Im not getting excited about him at all, its pre season and it was nice technique, but I'm definitely not hyping anything here. Just pleased to see how he's come on since I First watched him 2 seasons ago :)

Universe
17 Jul 14, 16:27
I'm proud to say I have the honor of giving you your 11,000th thank, browha. Lucky #11. Like your favorite player, Alvarez.

nurko
17 Jul 14, 16:48
I'm proud to say that I ruined the 11000 number.

.h.
17 Jul 14, 17:02
have 50 thanks for your troubles

Universe
17 Jul 14, 17:08
lmao

Ah FIF you crack me up :lol:

Anyway. I have genuine interest in Bonazzoli. I didn't care for Ventre, Puscas, Capello, or even Longo while he was scoring hat tricks against Milan and winning the prestigious (:yao:) Next-Gen tournament. But I'm placing much more hope on Bonazzoli and that we develop him well.

youth projector
17 Jul 14, 17:12
I loose hope on our youngsters if i still see mazzari on the bench

Batman
17 Jul 14, 18:38
I remember he played few minutes in his debut on the Coppa Italia and he almost scored.

sertor185
17 Jul 14, 19:04
This Guy is very strong but he must go to prestit in a team of serie b because with Mr mazzarri he dosen't would play even one minute.
If the next year will make a good season he will be back with us

.h.
17 Jul 14, 20:14
My player profile for Bonazzoli

here (http://inter1908blog.com/federico-bonazzoli-player-profile/)

Wings
18 Jul 14, 06:04
He's did very well, but it's perfectly clear that he isn't even fully developed from a physical perspective yet. I'm optimistic though

From a technical perspective as well. No Serie A defender would let him get away with that huge touch on the second goal.

I think he has promise, but he's clearly nowhere close to being the finished product.

sanka
20 Jul 14, 21:33
Make him our Florenzi in short future.

wera
21 Jul 14, 12:40
it's time to see if our youth project actually stands

I don't want to sell him except he will turn out shit. Otherwise, let us show the world we really have great youth schools

Sokrates
22 Jul 14, 13:28
Why not sending him to Prato?

thatdude
22 Jul 14, 13:36
Honestly I think that wouldnt be a bad idea unless we're giving him serious time. At 17 Prato would be a good level for him, he would be ahead of most kids at his age who are trying to break into primavera.

Shaun
22 Jul 14, 13:52
Let's not talk about him going anywhere until we have more than two first team strikers.

Universe
23 Jul 14, 07:03
Nah. I prefer we send him (out on loan or permanently back to primavera) ASAP. That way, as you say, we only have 2 strikers and hopefully that'd be the kick in the ass we need to get moving and sign some forwards rather than waste more time going through our yearly rotation of buying and selling defensive midfielders.

akusukako
23 Jul 14, 18:56
he's going to US and hopefully the experience will help him becoming better player this season...

nutsncider
01 Sep 14, 23:27
I hope he's ready to step up his game. Ol' walt may be forced to use him if osvaldo really is injured

Kakaroto
01 Sep 14, 23:30
No there are literary 25 option to consider before Bonazzoli. Handanovic as SS is more likely.

interista4
02 Sep 14, 00:16
If there is any possible postive to not getting any more forwards, i'd say that Bonazzoli could benefit from this and maybe grow a more as a player with some minutes. But sadly, not even that, cause as the Black Jesus said, Mazzarri would use his mother as a FW before using a 17 y'o.....

Dylan
02 Sep 14, 02:33
He said post interview that he didn't consider him because he was a bit young. Not ''inexperienced'' or ''ready'' but young. He literally wouldn't give him a chance.

That's my assumption and I won't hold it against him until all 3 players are injured but as long as any one of Palacio, Osvaldo and Icardi are 60% fit then we'll be playing 3511/361 before Bonazzoli gets a minute.

Fitzy
02 Sep 14, 02:40
He said post interview that he didn't consider him because he was a bit young. Not ''inexperienced'' or ''ready'' but young. He literally wouldn't give him a chance.

That's my assumption and I won't hold it against him until all 3 players are injured but as long as any one of Palacio, Osvaldo and Icardi are 60% fit then we'll be playing 3511/361 before Bonazzoli gets a minute.

It will be interesting to see how long he can hold out on playing him. I'm sure there will be a few occasions throughout the season where that scenario will occur, especially if we go a decent depth into the EL.

I4E
02 Sep 14, 09:36
This lad is 18 years old, if that. Although it would be a pleasing, heart warming & feel-good story for him to break into the side and have regular appearances, the fact of the matter is it will be unlikely. To be selected as part of the squad and train full time with the senior side is a massive experience and achievement in itself.

The brutal truth is that at his age he simply wouldn't have a clue or expertise to play out half a game let alone carrying the responsibility of regular appearances.

Getting a taste of that level through some 5 to 10 minute cameos is ample for someone his age.

Goldenboyv88
02 Sep 14, 09:48
Do you really think that mazzarri will play some matches with Bonazzoli? ahaahaha deluded....

I4E
02 Sep 14, 09:51
Do you really think that mazzarri will play some matches with Bonazzoli? ahaahaha deluded....

Are you replying to me ?

nurko
02 Sep 14, 11:22
This lad is 18 years old, if that. Although it would be a pleasing, heart warming & feel-good story for him to break into the side and have regular appearances, the fact of the matter is it will be unlikely. To be selected as part of the squad and train full time with the senior side is a massive experience and achievement in itself.

The brutal truth is that at his age he simply wouldn't have a clue or expertise to play out half a game let alone carrying the responsibility of regular appearances.

Getting a taste of that level through some 5 to 10 minute cameos is ample for someone his age.

I agree with the logic and the past experiences support it as well, but I think people generally feel confident of his chances to play a bit because:
- he obviously has a great record in youth teams,
- Balotelli broke through at that age as well,
- 3 competitions to play.

I think it's more of a hope though, than a serious belief that he will contribute this season.

I4E
02 Sep 14, 11:46
I agree with the logic and the past experiences support it as well, but I think people generally feel confident of his chances to play a bit because:
- he obviously has a great record in youth teams,
- Balotelli broke through at that age as well,
- 3 competitions to play.

I think it's more of a hope though, than a serious belief that he will contribute this season.

I agree. Time in the coppa would be good, but clubs were pasted for fielding youth or second string line ups in the past on the basis that the league figured they didn't care for the competition.

Goldenboyv88
02 Sep 14, 11:51
Are you replying to me ?i'm replying to all them who think that Mazzarri will play with bonazzoli...

I4E
02 Sep 14, 11:59
i'm replying to all them who think that Mazzarri will play with bonazzoli...

I don't think anyone is implying that he'll take a spot before Icardi, Palacio or Osvaldo (you'd be crazy to suggest he would) but that he may get an opportunity. Being a 10 minute appearance in a coppa match would be good.

Goldenboyv88
02 Sep 14, 12:39
sure, i agree with you... mazzarri doesn't agree...

Raul Duke
02 Sep 14, 13:33
sure, i agree with you... mazzarri doesn't agree...

He will get game-time for sure. Even if it is a few 10-15min cameos.

Imagine a situation where Palacio is out on a long-term injury, Osvaldo is suspended for 2 games and Icardi has scored 2 goals in the first half putting us 2-0 in front. I doubt any sane coach would risk their only senior striker for the 90 mins.

Though knowing Mazzari, Guarin or Jonathan or someone will play as a forward.

chipschups
02 Sep 14, 13:55
Osvaldo already got injury, not sure if that only strategy to avoid national called up
but it open space for bonazzoli for sure..

Goldenboyv88
02 Sep 14, 14:19
Though knowing Mazzari, Guarin or Jonathan or someone will play as a forward. it's right, Mazzarri can play also with Kuzmanovic like Striker ahahaah

Pimpin
02 Sep 14, 17:08
bonazzoli is 17 not 18

Hugo Boss
03 Sep 14, 01:41
Promote him to player and coach section please..

Kakaroto
03 Sep 14, 16:31
He is playing for the Primavera most of the year so I don't see the need to move him.

.h.
03 Sep 14, 19:24
he hasnt played for them yet...

Pimpin
03 Sep 14, 19:40
he hasnt played for them yet...

last year he was one of their top scorers right?

Kakaroto
03 Sep 14, 19:52
he hasnt played for them yet...

It's only been one game so far I believe. He did play at that tournament they won.

JJM
11 Sep 14, 16:36
Thohir nominates Bonazzoli: “He is our fourth striker”The fourth striker? For Erick Thohir there is no doubt: the right person to complete the black and blue scoring department is Federico Bonazzoli, the 17 year-old wonderkid from the youth academy. When talking about the players available to Walter Mazzarri, Thohir explained: “In attack we have four players: Icardi, Osvaldo, Palacio and Bonazzoli. We have a 26-player squad, the ideal size with regards to UEFA’s restrictions, and a big part of these players have an average age of 25 years. Bonazzoli is the youngest at 17 years old, while Hugo Campagnaro, 34 years old, is the oldest. Last year we hade an average age of 28 years, now we are at 26,4 years. We will continue on this path to construct a younger Inter”.

Dylan
11 Sep 14, 16:39
So will he still be playing/starting regularly for the Primavera whilst being called up to match squads?

nurko
11 Sep 14, 16:46
Yup, unless a bad injury crisis happens when he's required to play 90 minutes for first team.

Goldenboyv88
11 Sep 14, 18:25
at most, we could see him playing few final minutes in Tim Cup matches...

Ronaldo
12 Sep 14, 10:43
I look forward to seeing him on the pitch playing for.. Inter?

Kakaroto
14 Oct 14, 21:53
Made the list of 40 of the best class '97 talents in the world. (http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/ng-interactive/2014/oct/14/next-generation-2014-40-of-the-best-young-talents-in-world-football) (According to the Guardian)

Guney
14 Oct 14, 22:02
Is there list of the best 40 '98 talents in the world? If so, I should be in it.:oblivious:

.h.
14 Oct 14, 22:16
Yao.

Kakaroto
14 Oct 14, 23:27
Is there list of the best 40 '98 talents in the world? If so, I should be in it.:oblivious:

Holland/Turkey (Who would you play for?) would be fucked if you were one of their better prospects. :)

Guney
15 Oct 14, 07:31
Holland/Turkey (Who would you play for?) would be fucked if you were one of their better prospects. :)

Turkey is shit man, from u9 to u21 to the real Turkish squad all are crappy footballers, with a few exceptions (Enes Ünal, Arda Turan.)

.h.
15 Oct 14, 07:36
Sounds like you should try to play for them then

Dylan
15 Oct 14, 21:13
Don't be a traitor :pokerface:















Do you have an Irish granny?

Pimpin
15 Oct 14, 21:33
nvm

thatdude
21 Oct 14, 04:06
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CmvpkYs0dA

Kakaroto
21 Oct 14, 05:06
:notbad:

Nyall
24 Oct 14, 06:50
its sad that even though we have 2 able strikers and needed goals, he still didn't get time..

Universe
24 Oct 14, 07:09
We have zero able strikers. Osvaldo is injured, Icardi is way too dependent on others and Palacio is finished.

Dylan
24 Oct 14, 12:36
So what does his goal/game ratio have to be for the Primavera to be deemed more worthy of a last 5 minute sub than Krhin when looking for a goal?

Y&h
01 Nov 14, 21:32
He was comfortable on the ball and confident when involved.

Ronin
01 Nov 14, 21:58
Happy to see him finally on the pitch. A shame that he had to make his debut on such a shit match with a shit coach.

Dylan
01 Nov 14, 22:02
Happy to see him finally on the pitch. A shame that he had to make his debut on such a shit match with a shit coach.

That wasn't his debut.

Ronin
01 Nov 14, 22:04
That wasn't his debut.
He has played with the first team before on an official Serie A match? I don't recall that.

Dylan
01 Nov 14, 22:09
Yeah he came on last year.

Ronin
01 Nov 14, 22:14
Yeah he came on last year.
My bad then. Must've missed it.

thatdude
01 Nov 14, 22:25
Pretty sure this is the only other time he's played for us...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXtuPKzlU3s

Batman
01 Nov 14, 22:27
No he got few minutes in our very last game last season against Chievo.

thatdude
04 Nov 14, 01:48
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjs7yPGMM7o

Ronin
04 Nov 14, 11:55
I love how eager both of them were. We need the entire team to have that mentality.

Batman
05 Nov 14, 21:44
Already called up for the U21 NT.

iimilito
06 Nov 14, 16:38
start from 1st minute against st etienne..

JJM
06 Nov 14, 19:14
Buono Bonna! Keep it up...he looked better than Palacio seriously...

I would start Bonna-Osvaldo or Bonna-Icardi next game...Palacio can sit his ass down tbh.

Shaun
06 Nov 14, 19:17
He isn't compatible with Icardi at all. Him and Osvaldo could work

Armes
06 Nov 14, 19:17
pft :lol: sure, I'm all for sitting Palacio's tired ass down, but this kid's job at 17 is to fuck some pussy, not play ball with teh first team.
and btw he didn't do a single shit. you're all pedobears :lol:

Shaun
06 Nov 14, 19:22
Armes - forum youth-hater.

Armes
06 Nov 14, 19:24
wtf did he do though? tsk tsk tsk... where is that nigerian prince when you need him?

Shaun
06 Nov 14, 19:27
Nice almost assist to Kuzmanovic, better one touch passing than Icardi, held the ball up well. Actually made himself available unlike Icardi.

Armes
06 Nov 14, 19:29
Nah.

Kakaroto
06 Nov 14, 19:40
Then Mazzarri is an idiot for playing him... Or nah he just cave in to mighty FIF's pressure.


You can defend Mazzarri all you want without trying to downplay how Bonazzoli played.

Ronin
06 Nov 14, 20:03
pft :lol: sure, I'm all for sitting Palacio's tired ass down, but this kid's job at 17 is to fuck some pussy, not play ball with teh first team.
and btw he didn't do a single shit. you're all pedobears :lol:
Ya kidding me? He was one of the best players on the field alongside Kuzmanovic. He had great off ball movement, runs and also would hold the ball really nice. I'd pick him over Palacio any day these days.

Batman
06 Nov 14, 20:28
Look I dont want to judge him entirely or anything like that but from today's game, which is his first start, he looked solid and so comfortable on the ball. Dropped back and helped the defence a bit, played simple passes and his touches was good. His physique is not bad for a 17 years old, he can always get better. I would like to see him over Palacio, though giving him 30 minutes as a sub would be better for now. Solid stuff by Bona I hope can keep it up.

JJM
06 Nov 14, 21:12
smart people can see that this kid is going places...the future is not so dark for us if we keep producing more Bonazzolis

but we need to trust the kids with minutes rather then buy mediocre players like...well you know the names.

Give the kids role of squad and fringe players and booom profit!

Armes
07 Nov 14, 06:32
look, don't get me wrong. for a 17 year old this guy is the shit on how collected and serious his workrate is, but it's just not his time yet to play with the senior team. he's lucky we're drunk on champage injuries that he gets called up, m'baye too, and I've got to say I was surprised (to the least) when I saw him start. But that says more about our failure in getting a forward in the summer than anything about the capabilities of Bonazzoli. Good luck and hope he pulls a Kovacic soon, but not now.

Bluenine
07 Nov 14, 08:36
pft :lol: sure, I'm all for sitting Palacio's tired ass down, but this kid's job at 17 is to fuck some pussy, not play ball with teh first team.
and btw he didn't do a single shit. you're all pedobears :lol:

You serious? That was a very decent debut, it was hard to believe he is just 17. His passing, movement, work rate, and decision making - all looked good. Should have had an assist, but kuz fluffed it.

Hopefully this gives Mazzarri enough confidence to use bona as the fourth choice striker instead of Guarin.

Black Knight
07 Nov 14, 10:13
Call me unrealistic and whatnot, but I'd start him and Icardi against Hellas. You can't reward a good performance with the bench, especially when Osvaldo is not yet fit, and Palacio is still sucking balls up front.

Hater
07 Nov 14, 10:20
i raelly want to see him with osvalde
although he kinda disappeared after min 30-40

Ronaldo
07 Nov 14, 10:28
Call me unrealistic and whatnot, but I'd start him and Icardi against Hellas. You can't reward a good performance with the bench, especially when Osvaldo is not yet fit, and Palacio is still sucking balls up front.

They don't work together.

Black Knight
07 Nov 14, 11:29
They don't work together.
We don't know that. I'm pretty sure people said he wouldn't work with Palacio. That didn't seem to be a problem yesterday though imo.

thatdude
07 Nov 14, 11:49
No one said he wouldn't work with Palacio, and yes it's okay to reward a 17 year old who played a good game with the bench.

Inter2010
07 Nov 14, 23:04
Bonazzoli....... showed some potential talent, but is that enough for our infamous coach.

A.l.i
08 Nov 14, 13:54
Why are we complaining about him not getting minutes? He played 20 mins against Parma, started and did well against Saint Etienne. We should be proud to be honest. I'm sure he'll get more minutes and who knows he'll become our 4th striker who we need. Thohir just praised him.

Inter7
09 Nov 14, 06:33
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQbkebmrwRM

Redbullsnation
11 Nov 14, 18:42
FM legend this kid :D

Ronin
11 Nov 14, 19:05
FM legend this kid :D
Now everyone playing FM15 is going to hype about him. We did it before it was cool.

/hipster mode deactivated

wera
11 Nov 14, 23:50
If he doesn't turn into a douche all of sudden for not playing constantly like some others did before him, he could get a lot more chances along the way. Working hard (in the training for instance) for the spot up front could make him a coach/Thohir/fan favourite, and that helps a lot when you are so young.

Black Knight
13 Nov 14, 17:10
Scored first goal for Italy U21

Inter7
13 Nov 14, 19:44
honestly it would be better to pick up a borini or that croatian guy as our fourth fw and let him go to a bottom serie a team where he can be exposed to first team more. I feel that was our mistake with destro. This kid is ready for serie a. Send his ass to bergamo they have the worst offense lol

crepi
14 Nov 14, 00:12
the U21 game was against a Rome side in Lega Pro, Lupa Roma. Explains why I couldn't find mention of it anywhere.

Took Fede two minutes to get his goal. Longo also got a goal. Bardi, Bianchetti, Biraghi, Benassi, and Crisetig all got time.

http://www.calciomercato.it/news/304198/diretta-amichevole-italia-under-21-lupa-roma-2-.html

Pharaoh
14 Nov 14, 07:46
honestly it would be better to pick up a borini or that croatian guy as our fourth fw and let him go to a bottom serie a team where he can be exposed to first team more. I feel that was our mistake with destro. This kid is ready for serie a. Send his ass to bergamo they have the worst offense lol

Why even take borini........ Just let this kid start and develop. Who cares we're not getting a UCL spot anyways

Inter7
14 Nov 14, 08:01
Why even take borini........ Just let this kid start and develop. Who cares we're not getting a UCL spot anyways

realistically he wont play our coach doesnt like to play "inexperienced players"

Dylan
14 Nov 14, 11:26
realistically he wont play our coach doesnt like to play "inexperienced players"

What coach? :slick:

Kakaroto
14 Nov 14, 13:42
Overall I don't like the Mancini hire but hopefully he can do with Bonazzoli what he did with Balotelli.

Ronin
14 Nov 14, 15:57
Overall I don't like the Mancini hire but hopefully he can do with Bonazzoli what he did with Balotelli.
* looks at current Balotelli * :yao2:

TheNetworkZ
14 Nov 14, 23:29
Well...the best Balotelli was the Inter Balotelli, so...

Inter7
15 Nov 14, 00:12
What coach? :slick:

Well done ;)

JJM
17 Nov 14, 19:50
Youngest player with 17 years and 6months to make a debut for the Italy U-21 :proud:

thatdude
17 Nov 14, 20:23
Wait wasn't Crisiteg younger? Like 16 or something?

Goldenboyv88
17 Nov 14, 20:31
Wait wasn't Crisiteg younger? Like 16 or something?probably Crisetig was called but he didin't play...

ManchesterInterista
17 Nov 14, 21:29
Still baffled as to why practically every source reports he's 6'3; surely he isn't that big?!

Ronin
17 Nov 14, 21:33
Still baffled as to why practically every source reports he's 6'3; surely he isn't that big?!
bigdickproblems

Pajo
17 Nov 14, 21:36
Wait wasn't Crisiteg younger? Like 16 or something?

I think he was 18 and something, or so... I think he debuted in September/October 2011, and he is born in January 1993, so do the math :)

thatdude
17 Nov 14, 21:49
Still baffled as to why practically every source reports he's 6'3; surely he isn't that big?!

Yeah, doesn't even look 6 feet to me. Kind of odd.

crepi
17 Nov 14, 22:55
This has been bugging me for a while, so...

http://calciomercato-inter.it/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/10259715_759390844105283_7502635525272688192_n-620x400.jpg

Ivusic, the keeper, is 195 cm. Paramatti (I think), guy to his right, is 185 cm. Couldnt find a more recent team photo... :depress: Unless he's grown 7 cm in a year, there's no way he's 192 cm.

http://cache3.asset-cache.net/gc/458570072-federico-bonazzoli-of-fc-internazionale-gettyimages.jpg?v=1&c=IWSAsset&k=2&d=GkZZ8bf5zL1ZiijUmxa7QWnukMTMJCW56J96VFO2zO5dPqpe %2bf%2fs%2fzknS%2blYwNLDcImc9pSGfjSYuIkoGOCZPQ%3d% 3d

Theophile is supposed to be 183 cm...

Still not 192 cm.

Pimpin
18 Nov 14, 11:24
www.goal.com/en/news/7180/galleries/2014/11/18/6246201/the-50-best-footballers-under-18/federico-bonazzoli-inter/35#photo


what a load of crap

wera
18 Nov 14, 16:13
Stop reading that, bro. Har har, listen to the hipster, i used to frequent that site and it is shit.

TheNetworkZ
18 Nov 14, 16:41
What's a load of crap? It's not a TOP 50 list. Puscas is also there.

JJM
19 Nov 14, 17:44
http://www.inter.it/img/214631-800.jpg
Why is D'Ambro's head so large or Bonna's head so small?!I'm scared a bit... :oblivious:

TheNetworkZ
19 Nov 14, 18:06
It's an illusion.

Ronin
19 Nov 14, 18:35
D'Ambrosio is closer to the camera. Or he's a fucking genius with a big ass brain.

Y&h
19 Nov 14, 18:53
When I first saw that photo on twitter I thought Bonazzoli was Kovacic.

Pimpin
19 Nov 14, 18:59
What's a load of crap? It's not a TOP 50 list. Puscas is also there.


read the description, they say he is a "tall" skillful player.. the fucker is barely 180 or below that. I think they don't do any proper research.

JJM
19 Nov 14, 19:50
https://vine.co/v/OJivnHAU6aZ

Andysam
20 Nov 14, 06:27
https://vine.co/v/OJivnHAU6aZ

he dared to bonazzoli?

Devious
21 Nov 14, 21:07
https://scontent-a-mxp.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xap1/v/t1.0-9/s720x720/1379321_844628232253984_8669666004976798972_n.jpg? oh=9f136c5f0d457bb97aec34f9af98cbcc&oe=54E2585B

"Well, nothing to do here, going home"

wera
22 Nov 14, 20:12
Oh, he is going to score tonight, mmhhmmm.

Jane The Virgin
04 Dec 14, 12:04
he has a stocky physique


still tho, not 190+cm tall.

JJM
04 Dec 14, 12:17
He is around 182-184 cm not 190...

Kakaroto
04 Dec 14, 15:40
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B3iUZotCMAACLvl.jpg

Palacio
06 Dec 14, 14:14
I don't understand why he doesn't play often when he isn't our weakest point.

.h.
06 Dec 14, 14:56
they are trying to balance him with the first team aggregations too.

thatdude
07 Dec 14, 20:39
Inter just doing what we always do. Putting them youngsters on with 5 minutes left when we're chasing the game. Just to get that loss under their belt.

Kakaroto
07 Dec 14, 21:03
And to judge them based on that.

JJM
07 Dec 14, 21:28
it was all his fault we lost!!! :oblivious:

Pimpin
07 Dec 14, 23:21
I feel it in my fingers , I feel it in my toes , youth project is all around me, 2 minutes a game, and so the youngsters grow

wera
08 Dec 14, 18:06
Domesticated pimp is for the children!

thatdude
12 Dec 14, 01:13
I thought he was decent today. We have to remember he is 17 and we can almost count his number of senior appearances on one hand. We also plucked him out of the primavera when he was in top form and have sat him on the bench since St. Etienne, so I don't know what most expected. I'm very happy with him thus far.

Kakaroto
12 Dec 14, 01:16
He was lively and showed some skills. Hopefully Mancini rates him and has a plan for him.

Y&h
21 Dec 14, 20:34
Baby Champion, play him more!

Love ya Bona! :epicwin:

JJM
21 Dec 14, 20:54
our future...I don't want him out on loan...I want him played slowly as Balo was...do it Mancio!

In this economic times...we must grow our own and then integrate them in to the team...

our youth>>>mediocre shit for money

Kakaroto
21 Dec 14, 20:58
Boss cross. I like how he is so eager to do stuff. I hope he continues to be integrated and get better.

interista4
21 Dec 14, 21:14
This game has surely won him some more minutes. Unlike the chickens Ranieri and Mazzarri, when some kid did well and was never to be seen again.. Mancini isn't like that.

Pimpin
21 Dec 14, 22:10
if he manages to get regular time this season ill consider this year a success

Inter7
22 Dec 14, 05:35
Why hasnt this thread been moved if he is in the first team now?

certified interisti 'VIP'
22 Dec 14, 06:00
I hope bonazzoli is what I've been waiting for, for so many year we've sold our talented youngsters who could far be better than headless fishes(e.g guarin) we have in our team currently, I couldn't remember the last time we integrated a youngster directly from the primavera to the first team without loaning him out and has constantly been very useful to the team for many years. I want bona to do that.

.h.
22 Dec 14, 06:42
Which youth midfielder have we produced in the last five years who is better than guarin?

Y&h
22 Dec 14, 06:44
Crisetig be like :alone:

.h.
22 Dec 14, 06:45
We havent sold crisetig

Shaun
22 Dec 14, 06:49
So browha, you're the one who has probably seen the most of this kid. Should we be getting excited about him about now? Does he have anything that might hold him back? The case of the Mario crazies, or injury prone? Lack of work ethic?

.h.
22 Dec 14, 07:15
There are no attitude issues that I'm aware of, but with extremely talented youngsters like him breaking records and so on, you must always be worried about ego creeping into his game. Santon as a prime example. The key for jonazzoli is that he needs to start scoring. He obviously hasn't had a million minutes yet abd he has played some impressive games, but a striker really needs to score, especially one who built their reputation on scoring.

The main area of concern for me as with many youth players would be developing the physique to match the substantial transition he has just made

Y&h
22 Dec 14, 07:20
Yeah, when Devious posted that La Gazzetta article about Federico yesterday it reminded me of Santon's earlier treatment.

Cringed for a minute.

Batman
22 Dec 14, 07:50
Done beautifully well last night!! It was a tie but I consider it as a win when we introduce our own primavera player and makes contribute something for the team!

Fuck I really dont want to be excited about him just yet.

Devious
22 Dec 14, 09:03
:fap:

certified interisti 'VIP'
22 Dec 14, 10:30
Which youth midfielder have we produced in the last five years who is better than guarin?

If benassi was given more attention and more playing time, he would be better than guarin and kuz combined.

Raul Duke
22 Dec 14, 10:39
:yao:

Toninu
22 Dec 14, 10:50
Yeah Gazzetta today talked about him replacing Icardi, he's 17 for fuck's sake Gazzetta talks about the importance of grooming Italian talent then hurts them by making their heads three sizes too big. Leave the kid alone!

.h.
22 Dec 14, 10:52
If benassi was given more attention and more playing time, he would be better than guarin and kuz combined.

I dont think there's any basis for that statement.

Palacio
22 Dec 14, 10:55
Which youth midfielder have we produced in the last five years who is better than guarin?

Anything not even anyone is better than Guarin. He is hopeless.

Black Knight
22 Dec 14, 10:58
The key for jonazzoli is that he needs to start scoring.

:trollol:

So that's why FIF seems to love him!

ManchesterInterista
22 Dec 14, 12:48
He's promising; more complete footballer than Icardi but it remains to be seen if he can be as clinical in the senior team. I'd like to see him utilised as a second striker with a goalscorer in front of him to relinquish the pressure on him to find the net. Loaning him out won't necessarily work; most lower Italian clubs prefer the accomplished journeyman, as we we've seen with Bianchetti, who's wasted 2 years of his career with pointless loans that haven't been as fruitful as we'd hoped. Benassi has class, hopefully Mancini will bring him back into the squad next summer in place of someone like Kuzmanovic.

Credit to Mancio for putting more faith in him than Mazzarri did, hopefully it's indicative of a new Inter built on our supremely talented youth; I think Jesus and Icardi are sellable, but if as expected we sign Nastasic, keep Kovacic and then maximise Bona's potential then we have 3 potentially world class talents on our hands

certified interisti 'VIP'
22 Dec 14, 13:48
I dont think there's any basis for that statement.

In my first post, I meant that if our youngsters were given proper care they would be better than the average and mediocre players we currently have, this is the basis of the statement I made on benassi but you were asking a different question to my statement.

Toninu
22 Dec 14, 14:52
He's promising; more complete footballer than Icardi but it remains to be seen if he can be as clinical in the senior team. I'd like to see him utilised as a second striker with a goalscorer in front of him to relinquish the pressure on him to find the net. Loaning him out won't necessarily work; most lower Italian clubs prefer the accomplished journeyman, as we we've seen with Bianchetti, who's wasted 2 years of his career with pointless loans that haven't been as fruitful as we'd hoped. Benassi has class, hopefully Mancini will bring him back into the squad next summer in place of someone like Kuzmanovic.

Credit to Mancio for putting more faith in him than Mazzarri did, hopefully it's indicative of a new Inter built on our supremely talented youth; I think Jesus and Icardi are sellable, but if as expected we sign Nastasic, keep Kovacic and then maximise Bona's potential then we have 3 potentially world class talents on our hands

Dont think he wouldve played if Osvaldo wasn't in Argentina, I'd rather see Bona playing closer to goal, I think he does have the presence to be a danger in there and out wide he's not as effective since even though he holds up the ball well he's not quick enough to cause any damage. But hell he's 17 anyone with a brain can see theres something there we need to be patient and hope he develops into a good player its up to him to work hard and not do a Balotelli. I think he needs a season outside the club where he'll be a fixed starter I wish we could have areserve team in the lower divisions because then the focus would be on developing our players. But alas good showing last night hopefully he can do more.

Cal
22 Dec 14, 15:00
You can clearly see he isn't a winger, yet still does a decent job. I'd like to see him and Palacio up front together sometime.