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thatdude
03 Jul 17, 16:45
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PADELLI SIGNS FOR INTER
The 31-year-old keeper has joined from Torino, where he spent the last four seasons

MILAN – Daniele Padelli has put pen to paper on a two-year contract with the Nerazzurri.

Born in Lecco on 25 October 1985, his footballing education came at Lecco and then Como before he signed for Sampdoria as a professional in 2004.

He has experience playing for several Italian clubs as well as Liverpool in England. On 13 May 2007, he made his Premier League debut for the Reds in a 2-2 draw with Charlton at Anfield. His debut in Serie A came three years later for Bari in a 3-3 draw with Udinese on 9 May 2010.

Udinese then signed Padelli in 2011 as Samir Handanovic’s understudy. He played in the Europa League during his second season at the Friulian club.

He moved to Torino in 2013 and spent four years there, making 116 appearances overall in Serie A, the Coppa Italia and the Europa League. He has received 10 call-ups to the Italy squad.

Padelli will be available for pre-season training at Brunico.

Welcome to Milan, Daniele! We wish you all the best on your adventure with the Nerazzurri.
http://www.inter.it/en/news/58805/padelli-signs-for-inter

Shark
03 Jul 17, 16:55
Welcome Badelj

yoszee
03 Jul 17, 17:06
Padelli, Valero, who's next?

Ffi201zi002tlis
03 Jul 17, 18:11
Padelli, Valero, who's next?
Ronaldo, Messi?

varmin
03 Jul 17, 19:18
Padelli, Valero, who's next?

Papu Gomes, Pepe and Acerbi.

JJM
03 Jul 17, 19:33
padella(we say it pretty much the same in our part of Slo slang)
http://www.agrodolce.it/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/padella-dritta-640x355.jpg
batter up!

kameru
03 Jul 17, 20:29
Udinese then signed Padelli in 2011 as Samir Handanovic’s understudy. He played in the Europa League during his second season at the Friulian club.
He must love Handa then!
How come he play for Liverpool before his Serie A debut?

ElDuccio
03 Jul 17, 21:31
If someone dont knows who this guy is:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJBdYJbuuu0

Shaun
03 Jul 17, 23:29
Honestly, he's generally a pretty good keeper. Just has a tendency to make some bad howlers

thatdude
03 Jul 17, 23:39
Sounds a lot like our last back up

JJM
08 Jul 17, 14:11
Today they are presenting our new 2nd GK Daniele Padelli,he will take number 27https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20170708/6a878940b2a0be06b9c0551619378f10.jpg
https://scontent-vie1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/19731950_10156383950393696_7641650512656738561_n.j pg?oh=7bc25345f6ff1d294f59d0c59ae83430&oe=5A10FC71
Padelli when he was a kid modified Pagliuca's INTER PANINI STICKER to his pic...P'Shoping before it was cool
also dose teeth haha

Black Knight
29 Jul 17, 15:50
Had a very good 2nd half today. Surpassed my very low expectations.

Javier'sSon
30 Jul 17, 16:49
Based solely on his looks he's more suited on a cast of the walking dead or any of that vampire bullshit than being a 2nd string keeper.

vitomins
09 Aug 17, 19:20
Poll added. Will close in 7 days.

tanorini
09 Aug 17, 19:50
This guy is a shit goalkeeper, I am worried everytime there is anything coming his direction even a pass. Idk why we got him, batmanovic can easily get injured so we should have thought of someone more reliable. Maybe palacio should have taken a wagecut and stayed goalie lel :pazzini:

Dylan
09 Aug 17, 20:09
This guy is a shit goalkeeper, I am worried everytime there is anything coming his direction even a pass. Idk why we got him, batmanovic can easily get injured so we should have thought of someone more reliable. Maybe palacio should have taken a wagecut and stayed goalie lel :pazzini:

How is he so shit? He was starting at Torino the season before Hart came. If not for Hart being called Hart he may have still been first choice.

tanorini
09 Aug 17, 20:15
How is he so shit? He was starting at Torino the season before Hart came. If not for Hart being called Hart he may have still been first choice.

Maybe that is why torino got hart so he wouldn't play?

Ronin
09 Aug 17, 20:33
How is he so shit? He was starting at Torino the season before Hart came. If not for Hart being called Hart he may have still been first choice.

Cause of this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJBdYJbuuu0
He almost did the same in a friendly here at Inter :lol:

Dylan
09 Aug 17, 20:45
Maybe that is why torino got hart so he wouldn't play?

A big name player became available. It's not like Hart was very good last year.

kameru
09 Aug 17, 22:35
nah, he is not that bad. just not used to use his feet.

Wobblz
10 Aug 17, 11:14
nah, he is not that bad. just not used to use his feet.
Thank god he's a basketball player :D

kameru
10 Aug 17, 11:54
He is Goalkeeper, how many sweeper keeper in Serie A?

DARi0
11 Aug 17, 14:46
Benvenuto all'asilo Daniele :crazy:, I wish you win many trophies at our beloved club.

JJM
20 Aug 17, 14:01
https://scontent-frt3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/20953951_1539034182783561_754781114824848983_n.jpg ?oh=dce20230edc7df57438e447e59ad7a4d&oe=5A2B7FCB

JJM
25 Oct 17, 21:07
2055052528051276
cake on his head again

we have a 2nd GK you know...his 32th B-day for a true Interista...or so he says

Black Knight
26 Oct 17, 14:19
2055052528051276
cake on his head again

we have a 2nd GK you know...his 32th B-day for a true Interista...or so he says

https://t4.ftcdn.net/jpg/00/98/91/19/500_F_98911965_fGGAeyEWWF0Et4oX2CHZ9yZe1bQON4Ms.jp g

bolo
26 Oct 17, 14:30
egg and flour

Shark
26 Oct 17, 14:45
https://t4.ftcdn.net/jpg/00/98/91/19/500_F_98911965_fGGAeyEWWF0Et4oX2CHZ9yZe1bQON4Ms.jp g

It's funny because he wrote it correctly just a couple of words earlier :lol:

JJM
14 Dec 17, 17:41
https://scontent-frx5-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/25442807_1649429591744019_6919378532874046438_n.jp g?oh=98675d5a02e495087ce49b7f6ba1470e&oe=5AD67D12

Armes
15 Dec 17, 06:27
This guy was an Interista since childhood? (Asking cuz I saw a pic yesterday but can't find it)

JJM
15 Dec 17, 07:18
This guy was an Interista since childhood? (Asking cuz I saw a pic yesterday but can't find it)Yes

Poslano z mojega F5121 z uporabo Tapatalk

firmino
15 Dec 17, 09:17
http://images2.gazzettaobjects.it/methode_image/2017/07/08/Calcio/Foto%20Calcio%20-%20Trattate/pagliuca%20padelli-U202182049561DS-U210151013021oDH-350x467@Gazzetta-Web_zoom.jpg?v=201707082052

gazzetta.it says this is a sticker of pagliuca from the time when he and ronaldo played at Inter, so it's either 1997/98 or 1998/99, when padelli was between the age of 12 and 14 (more likely 12, judging from the image).

he added to pagliuca's sticker his face and also his name, it seems.

either he simply admired pagliuca or he was an actual Inter supporter, or both

Dylan
15 Dec 17, 19:26
he added to pagliuca's sticker his face and also his name, it seems.

either he simply admired pagliuca or he was an actual Inter supporter, or both

Bit odd.

chipschups
15 Dec 17, 20:44
We never run out good gk even for our 2nd gk, Fontana, Orlandoni, Castelazzi and him..

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We never run out good gk even for our 2nd gk, Fontana, Orlandoni, Castelazzi and him..

Batman
15 Dec 17, 21:37
Carrizo was shit though.

M.Adnan
15 Dec 17, 22:46
You forgot Toldo?

Ed.
16 Dec 17, 02:41
Fuck all of them. Fabian Carini is the best.

RobertMugabe
25 May 18, 20:09
This is kinda scary though. Handanovic is certainly not feeling any younger. This is our plan b goalkeeper in our most critical season in recent history? Come on now. It's not impossible to find a good backup gk. Look at Roma: Skorupski is a quality goalkeeper. I hope we find either an underrated gem like Skorupski or a young Handa successor this summer because Padelli is not good enough.

Harpsabu
25 May 18, 20:12
This is kinda scary though. Handanovic is certainly not feeling any younger. This is our plan b goalkeeper in our most critical season in recent history? Come on now. It's not impossible to find a good backup gk. Look at Roma: Skorupski is a quality goalkeeper. I hope we find either an underrated gem like Skorupski or a young Handa successor this summer because Padelli is not good enough.

I definitely think he is good enough should he be needed.

DARi0
11 Dec 18, 17:20
TS: Inter reached agreement with Padelli to extend contract for one more year

“In recent months, Ausilio has been putting renewals on hold. But now Inter and Daniele Padelli’s representatives have found agreement to extend the relationship started in the summer of 2017 for at least one season.”

As reported by Tuttosport, “Inter took time to reflect and even Padelli looked around for a new team perhaps, tempted to play with more continuity again before hanging his gloves. But now, the renewal of contract is ready.”

Shark
17 Mar 19, 23:31
Padelli is just an Inter fan who happens to be the 2nd GK of Inter.

http://www.passioneinter.com/video/video-milan-inter-gol-lautaro-martinez-su-rigore-esultanza-esagerata-di-padelli/

Il Drago
28 Jun 19, 17:21
DANIELE PADELLI TO REMAIN AT INTER UNTIL 2020
The 33-year-old goalkeeper's contract has been extended for another season

MILAN - FC Internazionale Milano announces that Daniele Padelli’s contract has been extended. The 33-year-old goalkeeper has signed a new deal with the Nerazzurri that runs until 30 June 2020.
https://www.inter.it/en/news/68085/daniele-padelli-to-remain-at-inter-until-2020

crzdcolombian
28 Jun 19, 18:40
https://www.inter.it/en/news/68085/daniele-padelli-to-remain-at-inter-until-2020

I hate this dude too!!!

Should be making 200k at most or being here for free

wera
29 Jun 19, 06:26
He's actually a good goalkeeper, so he def deserves more than 200k

So that he has motivation to perform when Handa won't play.

Kakaroto
07 Jan 20, 19:31
:alone:

Provenzano
02 Feb 20, 16:58
DID YOU KNOW?

Daniele Padelli will be making his debut in Serie A with Inter tonight. During his time with the Nerazzurri (since June 2017) he only made two appearances in Coppa Italia (vs Pordenone 5-4(p) in December 2017; and vs Benevento 6-2 in January 2019).

His last appearance in a Serie A match was on the 28 August 2016 with Torino. In the meantime, Samir Handanovic hasn't missed a Serie A match since the 28 May 2017 (Inter vs Udinese 5-2).

GOOD LUCK DANIELE!!

zodd
02 Feb 20, 18:45
Show them Daniele, you've got this! :slick:

https://scontent-vie1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/19875324_1574727625910704_2912936717156634323_n.jp g?_nc_cat=106&_nc_ohc=ZBT3Hq9nFEQAX9kh9PN&_nc_ht=scontent-vie1-1.xx&oh=e838af46c1538b4eaf5a46d46164cf9f&oe=5ED40731

Batman
02 Feb 20, 19:45
DID YOU KNOW?

Daniele Padelli will be making his debut in Serie A with Inter tonight. During his time with the Nerazzurri (since June 2017) he only made two appearances in Coppa Italia (vs Pordenone 5-4(p) in December 2017; and vs Benevento 6-2 in January 2019).

His last appearance in a Serie A match was on the 28 August 2016 with Torino. In the meantime, Samir Handanovic hasn't missed a Serie A match since the 28 May 2017 (Inter vs Udinese 5-2).

GOOD LUCK DANIELE!!
So first Serie A match in 4 years. Wont blame him one bit if he had a blunder.

Anne Marie
02 Feb 20, 20:43
Clearly Udine today would prefer him to theirs

CoolMan44
02 Feb 20, 23:34
Impressive - he hasn't conceded a Serie A goal for 4 years.

IM21
03 Feb 20, 00:12
Impressive - he hasn't conceded a Serie A goal for 4 years.

Lord Berni is on another level. 8 years without a conceded goal.

PHM1605
03 Feb 20, 00:27
Lord Berni is on another level. 8 years without a conceded goal.
I am on the invincible level. I have not conceded a single Serie A goal for 30 years :challenge:

crzdcolombian
03 Feb 20, 00:57
Impressive - he hasn't conceded a Serie A goal for 4 years.

Got insanely lucky young and Bastoni saved his ass a few times today

Doesn’t give me much confidence but has to be tough to not not play for 4 years then told the day of you are playing

ADRossi
03 Feb 20, 02:41
Played as well as we could have reasonably hoped. A couple nervous moments, but when you haven't played a real game in quite literally years that is to be expected. His positioning seems good, it was his handling that caused one or two issues.

Alex de Large
03 Feb 20, 21:45
https://scontent-mad1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/p720x720/19944497_1432265836841972_8250451062353578923_o.jp g?_nc_cat=102&_nc_eui2=AeF4ZKWk1yBd_baWnVk5QwweEwCe5u2sR1KJ8J1gi 5aOlDeg8UWkFvtSUxddm0MEuQzPhmzfPMf8gNtpq0reG6A64q8 K-LmBYoX9watoCAF4lQ&_nc_oc=AQl-ljOo7t6tAXM7hAq__3-CtDDT5q4aiEjSqUkoS9NRATk8EXIcmnjoUE8AXnhLtqemcpQkr gSv1ntm_eCBXyTF&_nc_ht=scontent-mad1-1.xx&_nc_tp=6&oh=02ce610ae4dca83694b1c87e73047307&oe=5EC20384

https://www.fotmob.com/news/zipql29cmh8z1gl65kbxag7je-i-replaced-pagliuca's-face-with-mine---padelli-explains-inter-affinity

dax21
04 Feb 20, 10:54
He literally went from looking like Michael Cera to having model looks. Plus it really helps having an actual lifelong fan in the locker room.
Also those wacky 90s goalkeeper shirts are always awesome.

https://i.imgur.com/Eccx6lx.jpg

Sassuolu
04 Feb 20, 11:17
It's been a while since he's played a match and it showed a little but I can't say he was bad either.

Il Drago
09 Feb 20, 21:46
If Handa isn't returning soon then we should recall Radu. This guy is simply not good enough to replace Samir while he's injured.

IM21
09 Feb 20, 21:48
If Handa isn't returning soon then we should recall Radu. This guy is simply not good enough to replace Samir while he's injured.

Radu has been shit all season at Genoa and now he can't even start infront of Parma's second GK. Padelli is bad, but our only hope is Handa returning fast.

Ronin
09 Feb 20, 21:48
Butterfingers. He's good for a team like Udinese, but not for Inter. I hope Handa is back for Lazio.

ADRossi
09 Feb 20, 21:56
He's a backup keeper on minimal wages who has played one Serie A in three years. This is as much as you can expect.

CafeCordoba
09 Feb 20, 22:06
Yeah. Not a great keeper just exposes our defence and how shit it is. Handa bails them out so often. We shouldn't rely our defence on GK bailing them out in big moments.

Pimpin
09 Feb 20, 22:27
I think we should go for Berisha of Spal as a second keeper.

Howl
09 Feb 20, 22:30
He's a backup keeper on minimal wages who has played one Serie A in three years. This is as much as you can expect.

To be fair you expect him to be able to make a simple save considering he has been a professional goalkeeper and training daily for many years. He was 'tested' (barely) twice and failed twice.

Absolutely terrible performance tonight. In fact apart from catching the ball (by some miracle) I don't think he even made a save? It was De Vrij, Skriniar or Brozovic bailing him out every time by making vital interceptions.

thatdude
09 Feb 20, 22:51
There is a reason this guy doesn’t even really play Coppa games.

I think this is a bonafide hole in our squad we have just been hoping we never got caught out for. We basically have one world class keeper and two just to practice with the team and take a place on the bench. Goalkeeper injuries are fairly rare, this is the first I can remember for Handa.

We definitely need to address this but I also understand why we haven’t previously coming off FFP with much more pressing needs then a back up for a position that goes years without injury and already has a world class player.

CoolMan44
09 Feb 20, 23:12
I'd rather have someone like Mirante as a backup - has over 350+ games in Serie A, experienced, won't make many mistakes. Padelli just constantly looks unsure.

YoramG
10 Feb 20, 00:29
I’m happy for him, he’s a die hard interista and he obviously ‘felt’ this match as much as the fans. We won, all is forgiven.

But fucking seriously, get Handa up to that mountain healer.

Pajo
10 Feb 20, 07:47
He aint bad GK. Mediocre yes, but not bad. You cannot expect him to perform if he is played once in 2 years lol. But yeah, he is getting old and we need better second GK, considering Handa is getting old as well. Some young GK with potential to be a starter.

Alex de Large
10 Feb 20, 12:13
For the Napoli Coppa Italia game i hope we see Stankovic, he can't be worst than this.

ADRossi
10 Feb 20, 12:14
For the Napoli Coppa Italia game i hope we see Stankovic, he can't be worst than this.

I assure you, he can and would be.

brehme1989
10 Feb 20, 12:15
He was just nervous. Happens. Move on.

He should play vs Napoli and vs Ludogorets in both fixtures.

acroMacho
10 Feb 20, 12:17
The worse thing is we offloaded Radu to Parma, where he doesn't even play :palm:
But nobody could not know this.

CoolMan44
10 Feb 20, 13:08
He was just nervous. Happens. Move on.

He should play vs Napoli and vs Ludogorets in both fixtures.

That's kind of what the issue is. We shouldn't have a 2nd goalkeeper who gets nervous when he needs to play a game. That's why I'd prefer someone like Mirante who's a better goalkeeper, more experienced, where this wouldn't be an issue.

I can only imagine how nervous this guy would be playing away to Lazio whose attack is light years ahead of Milan.

ADRossi
10 Feb 20, 13:16
I don't understand the criticism of his performance. What did he do wrong? The only complaint I have is the first goal. The second goal was clearly Skriniar's fault, and it's not like he had many other worrying moments. The Calhanoglu distance shot maybe?

CoolMan44
10 Feb 20, 13:21
For me, it's really the culmination of this guy's performances over the years, even back in Torino. In the Udinese games, he had a few 'shaky' moments, like that cross that he almost fumbled near the end of the match when Bastoni luckily got in the way of the player who kicked his leg instead of the ball. Similarly the save he made vs. Udinese from Fofana's shot that looked like it was going 5 metres off target that he wasn't able to judge. In the Milan match, I thought the 2nd goal a better goalkeeper could have saved it as it wasn't a very good shot by Ibra, but I agree it's mostly Skriniar's fault.

It's hard to pinpoint, but the guy constantly seems nervous to me.

kurt0411
10 Feb 20, 14:39
I don't understand the criticism of his performance. What did he do wrong? The only complaint I have is the first goal. The second goal was clearly Skriniar's fault, and it's not like he had many other worrying moments. The Calhanoglu distance shot maybe?

Wait what lol? He was at fault for both goals, yeah Skriniar deserves blame as well for the 2nd but Padelli should have still saved it. I would have put my house on the line that Handa would have saved the 2nd

IRR26
10 Feb 20, 21:00
He aint bad GK. Mediocre yes, but not bad. You cannot expect him to perform if he is played once in 2 years lol. But yeah, he is getting old and we need better second GK, considering Handa is getting old as well. Some young GK with potential to be a starter.

We are all getting old. There no way getting younger.

Ed.
11 Feb 20, 00:44
Wait what lol? He was at fault for both goals, yeah Skriniar deserves blame as well for the 2nd but Padelli should have still saved it. I would have put my house on the line that Handa would have saved the 2nd

only for Handa to get stunned and watch the ball rolls into the net.

Universe
11 Feb 20, 04:25
We are all getting old. There no way getting younger.

:einstein:

Pajo
11 Feb 20, 06:37
We are all getting old. There no way getting younger.

No shit, Sherlock :oblivious:

.h.
11 Feb 20, 07:46
Its interesting cuz we've basically always had - except for Toldo - a useless 2nd keeper and used the 3rd keeper as basically coaching or homegrown player. Our 2nd keeper for most clubs is probably a 3rd keeper.

Raul Duke
11 Feb 20, 10:31
I remember Castellazzi being decent enough for a backup keeper.

Universe
11 Feb 20, 10:57
Castellazzi was great. Carrizo was hilariously shit but good for comedic value. Padelli is/was a legitimately solid keeper.

I’m not one who looks for reasons to blame management. But I blame the poor performances both on Padelli’s own mental fragility and the fact that he’d played only 2 games in 2 fucking years before last week.

Admittedly, there hasn’t been much occasion to play Padelli. Our 2 league seasons since his arrival have gone down to the wire. We also don’t have a useless extra competition like they do in England with that Carabao Cup bullshit. But we could’ve/should’ve given him an extra game here and there in the Europa League and early stages of the Coppa Italia.

It’s not the amount of games as much as it is the regularity and keeping him “fresh”. 1 game every few months is better than 1 game every year. May as well be defrosting a corpse at that point.

Now we’re trialing a free agent because the idea of playing Padelli for just 3 weeks is terrifying the management. Is he that unusable / un-salvageable?

Wobblz
11 Feb 20, 11:23
Getting Viviano is a slap in the face of Padelli. Yes, he made rookie mistakes, but he is our second goalkeeper. Effectively we're ousting him for not letting him play even a couple of games a year, as Uni outlined. We set him up for failure. Is his career or well-being more important than our season, I won't go as far, although I feel for him. Thing is the management should've known better indeed and keep the idea of Handanovic being out for a couple of games on the back of their minds all that time. Either get a new backup GK, if you deem Padelli sub-par or just fucking play him from time to time, so he doesn't forget what's it like to play in front of actual fans on an actual stadium.

dax21
11 Feb 20, 11:29
Padelli is being painted as a scapegoat by both the fans and club (or should I say Conte?). Watch the first half, we were hardly a well-oiled and performing machine that was only compromised by the so-called butterhands goalkeeper. We have to be realistic, we underestimated the opponent, they pressed and stepped on the gas immediately and we ended up stopped in our tracks. I would also like to remind that in the past (and only) 3 apps that Padelli had for us, he was always pretty good, even kept the clean sheet in the previous match. This pompous witch hunt is only going to shatter his self-confidence and morale.

Up to Handanovic's injury we were also conceding quite a lot of goals this season, too much actually. And while my distaste for Spalletti is very well documented on FIF, I will credit the filosofo with focusing on our defense a lot more than Conte appears to. Our defenders are world class but we keep having positioning and marking issues. Our midfield lacks routine and is constantly alternating due to injuries and we simply lack fluidity and confidence in the defensive phases. There is obvious confusion when it comes to individual tasks and whatever Conte's systems are, they are not gelling. Despite having 3 in the back, it often feels like there is only one center back when push comes to shove.

To add insult to injury - we are thinking of replacing Padelli with motherfucking Viviano, a goalkeeper whose most impressive CV entry is Fiorentina. A man known more for his obnoxious facial hair styles than actual skills or saves.
Padelli is not world class, nobody is claiming that he is. But chunk of blame for his performance is also on Conte - he should've integrated him earlier, from the Coppa get-go. Man got no proper minutes in years now, no wonder he needs a few matches to shake off the rust.

Il Drago
11 Feb 20, 11:37
Getting Viviano has more to do with Berni than Padelli. Berni will never play for Inter and he was never supposed to. He has a spot on the roster for other reasons. We need a Padelli backup till Handanovic returns and that's why we're getting Viviano.

Stankovic only started playing for the primavera this season. We shouldn't put unnecessary pressure on him.

William
11 Feb 20, 11:52
Its interesting cuz we've basically always had - except for Toldo - a useless 2nd keeper and used the 3rd keeper as basically coaching or homegrown player. Our 2nd keeper for most clubs is probably a 3rd keeper.

I would say Toldo was also a useless 2nd keeper but that’s just me.

IRR26
11 Feb 20, 13:15
No shit, Sherlock :oblivious:

Says the one who initially mentioned that wisdom.

rockball
12 Feb 20, 07:40
Whatever happened to Brazao?

Il Drago
12 Feb 20, 07:42
Whatever happened to Brazao?

Rotting on Albacete bench. Another typical successful loan move for a promising Inter player.

Universe
12 Feb 20, 07:54
How promising can he be if he can’t play at the 19th placed team in the Segunda division.

ath
12 Feb 20, 08:26
It's been almost 30 years whithout goalkeeping issues : Zenga, Pagliuca, Toldo, J.Cesar, Handanovic.

Now for the first time as Inter fan I'm a little worried about that post*

*yeah I know Perruzzi and Frey.

Tsuna
12 Feb 20, 20:46
this man is a fraud

Wobblz
12 Feb 20, 20:49
Shaky.... shaky as shit, sadly. I'm really worried about him against Lazio. Surely, we won't be seeing him on the pitch ever again, probably, but he should make sure not to go down in history as a complete liability in the next one or two games. IMO he needs a good save to shake the stress off and gain some confidence, I'm afraid he didn't save shit today... had some questionable attempts at rushing out of goal on a couple of occasions before the goal, the goal itself I doubt he could've done better, being in the position he was in, although I also doubt Handanovic would've fucked himself up as badly as Padelli did to begin with.

Ronin
12 Feb 20, 20:49
100% got caught on the wrong foot on the goal. He also tried to punch the ball at one point and completely failed, almost punching Moses to oblivion.

Gaindé
12 Feb 20, 21:04
I swear he looks just like a random player, that took the goalkeeper's shirt because of a red card. The last three goals we conceeded are for him.

CafeCordoba
12 Feb 20, 21:05
100% got caught on the wrong foot on the goal. He also tried to punch the ball at one point and completely failed, almost punching Moses to oblivion.

Yeah, that was just fucking AWFUL.

Like why the fuck do we have a 2nd GK which is THIS bad? Or if it's just rustiness, why not use him a bit more often?

Gaindé
12 Feb 20, 21:13
Is it just rustiness? I think he never expected to start and now that it happens that we actually need him, he is absolutely terrorized. He is completely lost, I won't lie, whenever the ball comes near him I expect him to do something dumb.

Batman
12 Feb 20, 21:17
Cant blame him, I blame the management more. Almost every top team have a competent second GK, no matter how injury-free the first GK. Padelli and Carrizo are bad even for second GK standrad. Carrizo was a fucking third choice at Lazio. Castellazzi was the last competent second GK we had.

As for Padelli, it was expected that he’d perform like this, and he’ll continue to do so.

diamen
12 Feb 20, 21:19
to be fair, he had one really good save when there was 1 vs 1 opportunity for Napoli (where De Vrij touched the ball with his hand few seconds later).

brehme1989
12 Feb 20, 21:19
Is it just rustiness? I think he never expected to start and now that it happens that we actually need him, he is absolutely terrorized. He is completely lost, I won't lie, whenever the ball comes near him I expect him to do something dumb.

Padelli is a fine keeper. But you got the mental aspect right.

This is the toughest stretch of games we'll have all season long and it's up to Padelli now. Handanovic had a monumental season so far that's been underrated here but the entire team is aware that without Handanovic we're probably seveal points less in the standings. Padelli hasn't been a first choice keeper for 3 years and GKs, like strikers, work on confidence. And you don't gain confidence during the training sessions.

Batman
12 Feb 20, 21:21
Padelli is a fine keeper. But you got the mental aspect right.

This is the toughest stretch of games we'll have all season long and it's up to Padelli now. Handanovic had a monumental season so far that's been underrated here but the entire team is aware that without Handanovic we're probably seveal points less in the standings. Padelli hasn't been a first choice keeper for 3 years and GKs, like strikers, work on confidence. And you don't gain confidence during the training sessions.

It doesnt help being 34 years old, that’s what makes me pessimistic about him.

IRR26
12 Feb 20, 21:24
Of course it is more or less rustiness and mental thing. He haven't played almost at all and now all of the sudden he gets in the spotlight and in full house of derby della madonnina. You all can image how would you feel. As gk you won't even get in the game by making couple good tackles and grinta. There will be only few dangerous attacks and you will be evalueted by those.

After all it also took Handa many years to become this solid. It is pretty big contrast when we have used to have a gk that have made almost zero mistakes in last 3 years.

magnesium
12 Feb 20, 21:28
i can't hate this guy.

Whatever he do, he can't replace Handa .

The gap between Handa and him too big, just don't make blunder like Karius, i am fine with it.

Wobblz
12 Feb 20, 22:09
Cant blame him, I blame the management more. Almost every top team have a competent second GK, no matter how injury-free the first GK. Padelli and Carrizo are bad even for second GK standrad. Carrizo was a fucking third choice at Lazio. Castellazzi was the last competent second GK we had.

As for Padelli, it was expected that he’d perform like this, and he’ll continue to do so.
Berni is our 3rd GK. Carizzo isn't with us for years now...

Batman
12 Feb 20, 23:03
Berni is our 3rd GK. Carizzo isn't with us for years now...

I know. What I meant is, we once had Carrizo for years as a second GK.

dax21
13 Feb 20, 14:56
Agent Silvano Martina has claimed Inter goalkeeper Daniele Padelli was wrongly targeted after the Derby della Madonnina. “He knows he’s not a phenomenon”.

When Inter were down 0-2 at half-time in the Milan derby last weekend, the goalkeeper’s agent has claimed he was “massacred with malice” and blamed for the goals conceded.

In the absence of captain and first choice Samir Handanovic, Padelli has stepped up and Martina insists that he doesn’t deserve to shoulder the blame at San Siro.

“After the derby, he was massacred,” Martina told Radio Marte. “He had no responsibility for Milan’s first goal, while he could have certainly done better on the second.

“He knows he’s not a phenomenon, but I didn’t like that he was massacred with malice.”

Emiliano Viviano has been linked with Inter to help provide back-up in the absence of Samir Handanovic, but Martina stressed that he would still be behind Padelli in the pecking order.

“I know that the club would like to know the extent of Handanovic’s injury. If Viviano were to stay, he would be a back-up to Padelli.”

AntonTheGreat
13 Feb 20, 15:04
Imagine being Berni. You wait what felt like an entire career with no chances at playing a game. Handanovic goes down and it looks like you may have a chance to get some minutes with how rusty Padelli has looked; your time finally comes and you get replaced by Viviano.

Poor Berni.

Lui
13 Feb 20, 16:00
I think berni knows he'll never play a competitive game. He's basically a fluffer, a title in the porno industry, which is someone who rubs dicks before the they film to keep the pros hard.

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CoolMan44
13 Feb 20, 16:40
Imagine being Berni. You wait what felt like an entire career with no chances at playing a game. Handanovic goes down and it looks like you may have a chance to get some minutes with how rusty Padelli has looked; your time finally comes and you get replaced by Viviano.

Poor Berni.

I wouldn't be surprised if he's happy about that. Prevents him from potentially embarrassing himself in an actual game and he stays well-liked.

Black Knight
16 Feb 20, 09:02
Padelli to have the best game of his life against Lazio.

You heard it here first.












:yao:

.h.
16 Feb 20, 09:36
given that he's played about 50 games in his life, it could still be true and a crappy game

acroMacho
16 Feb 20, 09:43
My silent wish is that he will not have to make any save at all.

Shark
16 Feb 20, 18:07
The dude who has 25 goals in 23 matches vs the Panini sticker collector turned goalkeeper.

It's safe to say we're probably fucked. The only way we can win is if the score at the end is something like 5 - 6.

ElDiego22
16 Feb 20, 20:58
Fuck off shithead :mad:!!!!!!!

ElDuccio
16 Feb 20, 21:18
Serie C keeper. Hopefully we are already serarching for another GK. Why not keep Radu? Oh right, Parma needs a second GK, let's give them Radu for the bench. Retards.....

Batman
16 Feb 20, 21:22
He is shit even for second GK standards. I hope we dont repeat this mistake again, big clubs nowadays have two great goalkeepers in the same team.

ath
16 Feb 20, 21:23
Well, nice save on Immobile awesome move.

You're not getting more from me, buddy.

Gaindé
16 Feb 20, 21:31
Looking at the other 19 GK who started this week end in Serie A, I can safely say that Inter is chasing the scudetto with the worst goalkeeper in the league.

CafeCordoba
16 Feb 20, 21:34
Not gonna blame Padelli for too much. He's training and playing when told to play, which is hardly ever. So this is what you get.

Obviously the blame goes for the management to not have a good backup keeper for the coach. Or maybe blame the coach for not using the backup keeper ever? Maybe blame management for sending Radu to Parma to sit on the bench. Why not sit on the bench at Inter while learning from Handa?

Gaindé
16 Feb 20, 21:39
I don't think it makes sense to blame someone else other than Padelli if the dude has been receiving a salary just in order to be ready in this sort of situation and manages to make less savec than a chair put in front of the goal.

CafeCordoba
16 Feb 20, 21:42
So we're gonna just blame the 2nd keeper now? Hands up, we can't do anything, we have such a shitty keeper, can't win football matches?

It's the management's fault if they cannot build a squad for these situations. If their pick to 2nd keeper position is this and it's not enough, is that the 2nd keepers fault?

acroMacho
16 Feb 20, 22:01
Look at the second goal. But not the shot that the goal came from. The initial save by Brozovic. Waw, Brozovic would be a better keeper ffs.
I read Handa will be ready for Sampdoria and it's fucking time.

Black Knight
16 Feb 20, 23:05
Padelli to have the best game of his life against Lazio.

You heard it here first. https://i.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/facebook/000/027/528/519.jpg

uny_arturo
16 Feb 20, 23:26
You know what a bigger mistake was? Not playing him in Coppa Italia earlier this year or when we were playing the bottom table teams.

We have no right to complain about his rustiness when Padelli was hardly played. Castelazzi was reliable because we played him even in advance level Coppa Italia matches. Guaranteed.

Now we are at the critical point of the season and we complain about not having a good backup goalie? Our fault not his.

CoolMan44
17 Feb 20, 03:45
Honestly can't expect much from a guy who hardly played in about 4 years. I was never a fan of him as even at Torono he seemed shaky to be.

The biggest issue is that our defenders dont trust him which is why mistakes like the first goal happen.

Tsuna
17 Feb 20, 05:01
for the guys saying the 2nd shoot was unstoppable. Are we watching the same fucking game? Dude stutters ro the right before the shot. Then reacts to it totally late.

thatdude
17 Feb 20, 05:16
Padelli isn’t rusty he’s just shit. He could play the rest of the season and still be shit.

Let’s be honest, our management knew he was shit. But no one expected Handa to get injured right when we had to play Milan, Napoli, and Lazio in one week.

Fapuccino
17 Feb 20, 05:25
People who have no clue about what a goalkeeper's role entails. :lol:

These are the same people complaining about Handa being lazy and not diving for shots that are impossible to stop. Now that he's gone, it's that the new keeper is shit because he doesn't have X-Ray vision to see through traffic of like 7-8 players and react within 100 ms.

CafeCordoba
17 Feb 20, 06:00
Yeah, that SMS goal was not on Padelli at all.

Sassuolu
17 Feb 20, 10:02
Padelli is at fault for the fuck up which led to the penalty, the second goal was on Vecino but I still feel the team is defending deeper because of Padellli being a liability.

ElDuccio
17 Feb 20, 10:15
Padelli is at fault for the fuck up which led to the penalty, the second goal was on Vecino but I still feel the team is defending deeper because of Padellli being a liability.

Exactly, this is so true. I never saw so much Inter players near the opponent to "block" the shot. Could be coincidence, but i also had the feeling that the defence was really insecure today. But it's normal, if you know that the GK is not ready, you automatically search to help him and stay always back, specialy when theres a good situation to do it. And at the second goal they tryed to defend the goal instead of covering SMS.

JJM
17 Feb 20, 10:21
People who have no clue about what a goalkeeper's role entails. :lol:

These are the same people complaining about Handa being lazy and not diving for shots that are impossible to stop. Now that he's gone, it's that the new keeper is shit because he doesn't have X-Ray vision to see through traffic of like 7-8 players and react within 100 ms.Grande post

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Pajo
17 Feb 20, 10:51
I dont think he was at fault for either goal. For the penalty, it was Skriniars fault, even tho it may also be Padelli who didnt shot he was behind Skriniar. It wasn't a pen anyway.
For the second goal he was only partly at fault, but i wouldnt blame the guy. He was covered with many players and SMS was left all alone to shoot.

He also had one great save. Then again, you could say by the defneders body language they couldn't feel free with him behind them. They were defending deeper than usually and seemed more nervous.

firmino
17 Feb 20, 11:50
the movement he made at lazio's second goal was wrong. your arm should be already extended one moment after you dive.

but i can't blame him too much. what i ask of the players is that they give their best shot, and i'm sure he did.

"which came first: the chicken or the egg?": was he bad because he never plays, or he never plays because he's bad? i'm inclined to believe it's much more the latter.

Wobblz
17 Feb 20, 12:02
First it was the outfield injury crisis, now when we're at probably the trickiest patch of the season with away games at the two top teams and playing a semi for the Cup, we are having a goalkeeper injury and a lackluster backup... Inter never fails to disappoint.