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NimAraya
27 Apr 09, 13:25
What the fuck is this emily rose saying?! :D

Zuperman8
27 Apr 09, 13:45
What the fuck is this emily rose saying?! :D

I know she sounds possessed

Ilkinio
27 Apr 09, 15:03
Forgot the most funny part- If u try to keep him :D
Kinda felt myself part of Inter administration :D Flattered.

Jimmy Page
27 Apr 09, 15:33
i just hope real Interisti dont lose focus or respect for Ibra because of comments like emily se's...thats all just crap...paedo porn

not that im doubting my Swedish Interista mates, but how many posters would follow Ibra to his new club in the event of him leaving??

I can confess that I started following Inter after Zlatan joined Inter. All though I didnt follow any football at first season he came, the 07/08 season I started to follow football and Inter more and more because Zlatan played there and did well. This season Ive seen almost every game that Inter have played and have become more attatched to Inter as team not only because of Zlatan. If he leave I will be sad but I will continue to follow Inter.

Stefan
27 Apr 09, 19:24
I can confess that I started following Inter after Zlatan joined Inter. All though I didnt follow any football at first season he came, the 07/08 season I started to follow football and Inter more and more because Zlatan played there and did well. This season Ive seen almost every game that Inter have played and have become more attatched to Inter as team not only because of Zlatan. If he leave I will be sad but I will continue to follow Inter.

Nothing wrong with that. Many people started following a side because of a certain player. Some just take time to find their side. But good to hear that Inter is your side now.:)

Hadrian
27 Apr 09, 22:43
lol at shahz turning this into something about man-on-man love... paging Dr. Freud.

I still think Ibra's comments are meant to provide him with maximum bargaining power. He does not care where he plays per se, he just wants to win. If we show him in this off season that we are committed to winning, he will shut up and play.

Adam
27 Apr 09, 22:48
lol at shahz turning this into something about man-on-man love... paging Dr. Freud.


You pick up on this too huh? It really is obvious, isn't it? Classic case of repressed homosexuallity.:D

Come on Shahz, just admit it to yourself and everyone else. You'll feel better mate. It's time to free yourself from the bonds that pest your miserable lonely existance. Say it loud, I'm gay and I'm proud!:D

bennyblanco
28 Apr 09, 06:54
I can confess that I started following Inter after Zlatan joined Inter. All though I didnt follow any football at first season he came, the 07/08 season I started to follow football and Inter more and more because Zlatan played there and did well. This season Ive seen almost every game that Inter have played and have become more attatched to Inter as team not only because of Zlatan. If he leave I will be sad but I will continue to follow Inter.

nice stuff :) ...

and you can always feel proud about this man from Sweden

Lennart “Nacka” Skoglund :)

AND THE BAD GUYS :PGunnar Gren, Gunnar Nordahl and Nils Liedholm.
The Gre No Li boys are right up there with respect

shahz_nerazzurri
28 Apr 09, 09:11
Nope it was a drama, with drugs mafia, love child, illegal love, secrets etc etc, and yet you only picked up the man on man love part, Hadrian.
Paging Dr.Frued indeed.

kylan05
28 Apr 09, 09:59
i just hope real Interisti dont lose focus or respect for Ibra because of comments like emily se's...thats all just crap...paedo porn

Benny, that's exactly my point.

Most things that this poster said seems to have that intention. As a matter of fact, nobody -but Zlatan himself- would know what to do / what will he do should any circumstances occur.

Knowing my lovable fellow Interisti on this board, if we don't remind 'em like this, few pages down the road they will start cursing Zlatan for something that's totally untrue-never happened & might never will.

I have way too much respect & affection for Zlatan for what he'd done for us. Regardless he stays or he leaves next season :( nothing will ever changed what he'd done. Well, except maybe the way he leaves, which so far it seems understandable.

There, I finally got it spit-out. *hurt* Hope he stays. I want to see him win CL with us (or for us, doesn't matter).

Toninu
28 Apr 09, 12:51
Wow if Real get him he'd feel pretty dumb cause these past few years Real weren't better than us in the CL :P

rockball
28 Apr 09, 14:30
Its not just about CL. Its about a new challenge. I can totally understand if he wants to leave. After all I am a bit bored of watching Inter after the recent uninspiring performances. Won't a player after 5 years in a country need something new?

And also Real is more glamorous than us. He would stand a better shot at winning individual honours there.

Jimmy Page
28 Apr 09, 15:03
God please not Real Madrid, I hate that club. Stay Zlatan you have as good of a chance to win CL at Inter if the club can bring in some good players.

classexa
28 Apr 09, 15:17
God please not Real Madrid, I hate that club. Stay Zlatan you have as good of a chance to win CL at Inter if the club can bring in some good players.

This :)

A.l.i
28 Apr 09, 16:58
God please not Real Madrid, I hate that club. Stay Zlatan you have as good of a chance to win CL at Inter if the club can bring in some good players.

Yeah. With Bruno Alves, Deco and Obi fucking Mikel we can do that.

Jimmy Page
28 Apr 09, 17:02
Have a little faith baby, have a little faith

Suneet
28 Apr 09, 18:01
The good thing about the Real rumour is that we will get a big fat cheque. I love Ibra and want him to play for us until retirement, but if he wants to go you dont want to stop him. Maybe we can get Higuain and some cash. Or maybe Sneijder, VDV etc etc plus lot of cash.

Universe
29 Apr 09, 06:52
Perez is an idiot who will sooner buy a player based on their reputation than their actual substance. He'd want to buy Ibrahimovic simply to say "look at my latest shiny toy".

I DON'T feel however, that they would trade anyone for him.
If this God-forsaken transfer of Ibra to Madrid materialised, it would be a simple buy, no exchanging of players, in my opinion.

That being said, I would not mind us having a go at buying Higuain.

Azzkikr
29 Apr 09, 15:44
I dont want any Madrid players.

Their good players are all way too injury prone.

If perez wants Zlatan and Zlatan wants Madrid, let them cough up the dough.

Moratti and Perez are good friends if i remember right.

Khaled
29 Apr 09, 15:51
^Exactly....you know what would be good deal if zlatan was definately leaving? Some kind of deal inovling Sergio Ramos, i personally rate Ramos very highly, first option on him or a trade would be great for me. But considering that our defence is actually good we would need the money more for a midfield overhaul so yah money would be better,but ramos is a player who if you got your right side of the defence (wether in the middle or on the side) is golden for at least the next 5 years.

rockball
29 Apr 09, 15:56
Ramos is not better than Maicon. I have seen Ramos make a lot of mistakes this season.

Khaled
29 Apr 09, 16:17
I never said he was better than anybody, also yes he does make alot of mistakes and he usually is a bit on the clumsy side but who doesnt make mistakes? Especially at realy he is the only decent defender they have, he is a great player.
Santon/Chivu - Samuel - Ramos - Maicon

13ertil.
29 Apr 09, 16:49
He aint leaving for real, real is an adidas club. Zlatan is tied to nike. And why should he leave for a club that was smashed by Juventus twice....

Khaled
29 Apr 09, 16:55
Doesnt matter what he tied to man...

rockball
30 Apr 09, 07:51
^^ Thats the funniest post ever.

VLE
30 Apr 09, 08:29
Dinho is Nike tied
Milan is sponsered by Adiddas

Ilkinio
30 Apr 09, 08:33
Matters only in shoes choice, apparently.

VLE
30 Apr 09, 08:45
come to think of it, zlatan may fit into barca, but I still think villa would be a better option for them.

Ehsan
30 Apr 09, 14:01
Dear Zlatan,

Please don't go.

Regards,
store.inter.it


http://store.inter.it/img/banner/246ENG.jpg (http://store.inter.it/redirect_banner.asp?id=246&indirizzo=prodotti.asp?cat=411)



Well I know it's actually from Nike, not Inter, but it was cute anyway... nice to see Nike doing more stuff for Inter players because I'm sick of only seeing CR7 shoes in every Nike store and not even a single Inter jersey!

rockball
30 Apr 09, 14:47
Zlatan won't fit in Barca. They already have many players who like to play around with the ball. He won't get to hog the ball too much. And we know playing in the box isn't his game.

Madrid would be a better fit for him and for us as well. We can get good money from them and it will also boost our chances of getting illustrious Madrid rejects in the future. :rolleyes:

Of course the best option would be staying here.

Adam
30 Apr 09, 16:54
Ibra would fit perfectly in with Barca. He could easily do Eto'o's job of scoring 20+ goals every season with their midfield, and he would also offer them so much more than Eto'o.

Azzkikr
30 Apr 09, 17:10
Why would you want to limit Zlatan to just being a finisher, makes no sense, especially considering finishing isnt his greatest aspect. CF is also a position Zlatan is fast enough to play anyways.

Zlatan isnt a team player either, he needs to the team to evolve around him and that will never happen at Barca. They play as a fully functional team, not just on single players.

David Villa is man Barca needs. A scare thought actually, he is alot better than Eto'o.

If Zlatan goes to spain, it will to Real Madrid.

13ertil.
30 Apr 09, 17:15
Zlatan to real according to drenthe,

La Brujita
30 Apr 09, 23:23
Zlatan, please don't go. :(

Handoyo
30 Apr 09, 23:46
The fans better start chanting "resta Milano" like they did with Figo in 06/07.

Besnik
30 Apr 09, 23:51
Zlatan, please don't go. :(

we need you IBRA :(

classexa
01 May 09, 00:55
The fans better start chanting "resta Milano" like they did with Figo in 06/07.

What does it mean??

Adam
01 May 09, 02:18
Stay in Milano.

szasza02
01 May 09, 09:01
if he wants to go, he shall go. noone should keep him back. I hate it so much when a player starts this "in football anything can happen" and "I want to look for other challenges" crap. Imho, things do not HAPPEN unless someone wants them to happen. And I can't really see bigger challenge than winning the CL with Inter - at least for a recent Inter player who admittedly likes to be at the Club. Either he wants an even greater paycheck or he just prefers the "easier" way of winning that damn cl trophy - by signing to some fc hollywood real merda or some filthy rich epl top team. if that is the case, way to go mr. Ibrahimovic! you go, Inter gets paid big, we fans lose a star but also get rid of your raiola scum who never fails to disgust us with his comments. at the same time, other stars replace you, hopefully with more international scoring skills. So be it!

Besnik
01 May 09, 09:17
if he wants to go, he shall go. noone should keep him back. I hate it so much when a player starts this "in football anything can happen" and "I want to look for other challenges" crap. Imho, things do not HAPPEN unless someone wants them to happen. And I can't really see bigger challenge than winning the CL with Inter - at least for a recent Inter player who admittedly likes to be at the Club. Either he wants an even greater paycheck or he just prefers the "easier" way of winning that damn cl trophy - by signing to some fc hollywood real merda or some filthy rich epl top team. if that is the case, way to go mr. Ibrahimovic! you go, Inter gets paid big, we fans lose a star but also get rid of your raiola scum who never fails to disgust us with his comments. at the same time, other stars replace you, hopefully with more international scoring skills. So be it!

mate, but I don't think so we will find any player like IBRAHIMOVIC, his performance it's awesome, every defender it's scared when are playing against him :(

Azzkikr
01 May 09, 11:01
Tbh if we really want to revolutionise the team, we need to sell Zlatan.

Both for the transfer fee, but also to make the team play better alround. To be competitive in the CL you need a team who plays together, not a team that evolves around just one player.

Zlatan is not a team player, never was and never will. He needs to be the center of attention, he needs the team to play for him. This has been enough for the weak league in recent years, but obviously not even close to being enough for the CL.

Zlatan will never be a great teamplayer, he needs his team to evolve around him and give him the ball at all times, or else he is next to useless.

The minute he has some competition for the ball in attack and everything doesnt go through him, then his usefulness drops 75%, we have seen that the few times Adriano shined this season, Zlatan was absolutely invisible and useless. Imagine him at Barca where he would compete with so many (team) players for the ball, he would be absolutely useless.

He takes up too much space and has to have everything go through him. This might be one of the reasons Mancini and RQ failed as much as they did aswell. If the team actually played for the team and not just for zlatan, then perhaps they would have been able to give some decent input.

Jimmy Page
01 May 09, 11:10
Yea or maybe Mancini and Quaresma failed because they suck, are you for real? Balotelli have progressed very nicely although he had to live in the shadow of Zlatan so I think its pretty safe to say that Zlatans doesnt destroy our players..

But you should never build your team around one player, so that have to change. We dont know if Zlatan always have to in the center of the attention do we? Because he has never been in that situation. Maybe it will work or maybe it wont. But to sell our best player according your arguments is just plain fucking stupid.

Ilkinio
01 May 09, 11:15
The real problem is not that Zlatan takes too much space, it's because he is made to play playmaker, target player and finisher in the same time. Give him good poacher besides him, and good playmaker behind and you will see different stuff.

Yes, he likes to hug the ball, but we never really gave him a chance to play with good players. For example, last year he was playing with Cruz, who scored smth around 20 goals all the season- which is very good number. But, they lacked playmaker, so Zlatan was playing playmaker and SS at the same time, because most of the times, our MF can't contain the ball.

So, everything can change.

rockball
01 May 09, 11:16
Every great team is built around one player. Milan was based on Kaka, Manu on Ronaldo, Madrid on Zidane and so on. But these players also had enough support.

We have to think if Zlatan is the right player for us to build around. And if he is, then to provide him with the right support.

Azzkikr
01 May 09, 11:18
No you wont.

A real playmaker would take too much away from Zlatan, lowering his usefulness alot.

Zlatan looks great because he is currently pretty much both a forward and an AM playmaker at the same time. And he is good enough to be effective like this in the weak Serie A.

Take the playmaking role away from him and suddenly he isnt as special anymore.

Zlatan plays for himself, not for the team.

tonyloo
01 May 09, 12:19
He needs to be the center of attention, he needs the team to play for him.

Zlatan will never be a great teamplayer, he needs his team to evolve around him and give him the ball at all times, or else he is next to useless.

The minute he has some competition for the ball in attack and everything doesnt go through him, then his usefulness drops 75%

He takes up too much space and has to have everything go through him. .

Haha. Dont you ever get tired of being you? :howler:

Have you ever thought of saying something useful instead of repeating everything until it's accepted as the truth by morons who cant think for themselves?

Claiming Zlatan isnt a team player is nonsense. Utter nonsense. Complete nonsense. Absolut nonsense. (Notice how I did an Azzkikr and changed 1 word in the sentence every time to make it look like I came up with something new)

Azzkikr
01 May 09, 12:52
:dielaugh:

Yet another member ill miss when Zlatan moves to Real this summer.

This board will feel so empty without the Zlatan fans :moan:

tonyloo
01 May 09, 13:38
You wish, it's not unlikely I'll be here alot more if he leaves. If he leaves, that means that Swedens coverage of Serie A will go back with 90% and I'll have to sit here infront of the computer watching streams on sundays(and calling your bullshit).

That's the second biggest reason I want him to stay, Inter is among the most scheduled football teams on TV today up here.

emily_se
01 May 09, 17:24
:dielaugh:

Yet another member ill miss when Zlatan moves to Real this summer.


Why would he move to Real? Hardly any chance of them winning Champion's League in the near future so that doesn't make sense for him. Chaos and uncertainty in that team. That alternative doesn't seem better than where he is now, so in other words highly unlikely.

Now, Barcelona is an entirely different matter and that's where he wants to go, no doubt.

Cro Nerazzurro
01 May 09, 17:35
Some ppl just dont get it

Noone can secure you trophy, Barca, Real or Chelsea, but those are big clubs, and Ibra wants new challanges, move away from Italy, not better club then Inter

Little things sepparate Inter, Barca, Real or Man U, but all those are top clubs

Azzkikr
01 May 09, 17:56
Why would he move to Real? Hardly any chance of them winning Champion's League in the near future so that doesn't make sense for him. Chaos and uncertainty in that team. That alternative doesn't seem better than where he is now, so in other words highly unlikely.

Now, Barcelona is an entirely different matter and that's where he wants to go, no doubt.

1. Different league, new experience, which is something he wants.
2. Madrid are historically the greatest team in the world, very attractive destination for any player in the world.
3. Atleast equal chance of CL succes as with Inter, probably better considering they have unlimited funds.

Barca will never buy him, he will never fit into their system. Ive yet to find a barca fan who wants Zlatan, they all want Villa to replace Eto'o, a better finisher and a teamplayer, two things Zlatan isnt.



Little things sepparate Inter, Barca, Real or Man U, but all those are top clubs

Nonsense.

The difference in quality between us, Barca and United is ridiculously big. Madrid to a less degree, but they are still a stronger side.

emily_se
01 May 09, 19:58
Madrid are historically the greatest team in the world, very attractive destination for any player in the world.

Doesn't matter. History doesn't matter. NOW is what matters.

What matters to Zlatan is winning the CL, period.

Only teams who are realistically on that level now and in the near future are of interest to him.

It would be crazy to change clubs only to find himself in an identical position to the one he is in now.





Atleast equal chance of CL succes as with Inter, probably better considering they have unlimited funds.

Equal? LOL Actually, I doubt that very much. And even if it had been true an "equal chance" doesn't cut it. Why move if the chances aren't greater of winning? Give me a break.


Barca will never buy him, he will never fit into their system.


Oh, yes they will and yes he does...

Ilkinio
01 May 09, 20:04
It's really funny that Azzy found someone as arrogant and repetitive as him..

alvaro
01 May 09, 21:25
Even if Zlatan does wan't a change, and he will eventually, it's not given that he will found a club which matches his ambitions and requirements. The Swede want's CL and with that comes a good chance of getting the most highly regarded personal accolade, Ballon d'Or.

In addition with club having a serious chance of winning CL, he would like a change of scenery. That rules out doing Ronaldos and moving to Milan. Spain has been mooted as the most probable destination, but only 2 clubs match Zlatan's requirements.

Barcelona being one doesn't really suit him, they already have so many attacking options in the team, and are said to have clinched a deal with Bayern for Ribery. Why would they go FM and splash 50-60 million on Ibra with that frontline and having spent 30mil on Ribery?

Real Madrid with it's presidental election coming up, could well afford him. But they might go for another targets aswell. If they fail at getting one of Kaka/C.Ronaldo, Zlatan could become a priority. He won't quit Inter for teams like Sevilla & Valencia, nor would they have the required cash to get him.

In England there's obviously the "4 big" who could get him, in theory at least. Arsenal and Wenger will never splash 50mil to get Zlatan. Liverpool are in some debt and would have to sell before buying, not an option. ManUtd could go through some changes if Tevez and/or C.Ronaldo leave, but replacer would more likely be Benzema, or even Kaka. Chelsea is the most likely English canditate for Zlatan. Man City is out of question for obvious reasons.

It remains to be seen what happens in summer and whether these 2 clubs (Real & Chelsea) would be ready to make an Interwise lucrative bid. Zlatan might have to bite teeth and stay because there were no offers or they didn't please Inter. In that case we would have to hope him to have motivation left playing for Inter, or risk losing him for a highly reduced fee in the future.

Handoyo
01 May 09, 21:38
I have to say that so far, that's the best prediction for Zlatan's future, alvaro. :star: I'd like to add that Man Utd is even less likely to get Ibra because they bought Berbatov last summer, which is basically a poor man Ibra.

minterke
01 May 09, 21:43
Question: How many people here are Interisti because of Zlatan? If you are then you know nothing about what it is to be an Interista or know how it was before 2006.

Nyall
01 May 09, 21:50
Seriously, if Zlatan then Inter management can kiss my ass! I would leave this team in a heartbeat. I can't wait to celebrate the cups Zlatan will win with us at Madrid next season.


EDITED BY NYALL FOR MORE ATTENTION.

Ilkinio
01 May 09, 21:51
I'm Interista because, i'm Interista. Zlatan's of this world come and go, but Inter will be Inter forever.

mexican_azzurri
01 May 09, 22:11
I'm Interista because, i'm Interista. Zlatan's of this world come and go, but Inter will be Inter forever.

Amen

il-chino
02 May 09, 00:44
I have three points to say in this topic before it goes to "Former Players & Coaches" forum

first
great analysis ALVARO (http://www.forzainterforums.com/forums/showpost.php?p=401419&postcount=4804)
I would add that Real depends on stars and Ibra is the man for that job

secondly
I would blame Morati for being very soft with Ibra giving him the biggest salary. I would only hope that he get a good deal selling him.

finally
I would wish for Ibra a great journey wherever he goes because he was one of the best players I enjoy watching.

Hasan
02 May 09, 11:34
Oh, yes they will and yes he does...

- Kjetil Andre Amot, Lase Kjus, Andres Jacobsen, Tore Andre Flo, Zlatan Ibrahimović, Andres Bardal, Gramt Pedersen, Jorn Arne Rise...

Why you bordering so much when... you know what I mean. You have him only because your passport is better from mine.

bennyblanco
02 May 09, 12:18
first of all i just want to say that there are some really great posts in this last page of this thread :star: ...

second of all if Ibra does go then Mr Moratti is the only one to blame....

you dont give a well fed animal extra food .... especially if the animal shits hard

please correct me if im wrong,but didnt Moratti extend Mancio's contract straight after Liverpool?? things like this prove that Moratti's thinking incorporates loyalty for $$$$...

but like many have said...if he does go THANX FOR THE MEMORIES and good luck...from my heart ...you gave us all something we havent seen from many a great player in these colours.

Il be honest and admit that Ibra wasnt one of my fancies when he came,but right now i cant picture this Inter without him

CafeCordoba
02 May 09, 12:27
please correct me if im wrong,but didnt Moratti extend Mancio's contract straight after Liverpool?? things like this prove that Moratti's thinking incorporates loyalty for $$$$...

The contract was extended in the year 2007 if I remember correctly. At least it was before the CL exit.

bennyblanco
02 May 09, 12:38
The contract was extended in the year 2007 if I remember correctly. At least it was before the CL exit.

i wasnt sure..thanx Cafe...you are probably corrrect mate


just something tells me that Moratti extended Mancio's contract right after Mancio done the famous Pool press conferance...2 or 3 days later i believe..
i know it sounds absurd...but this is Moratti:dielaugh:

Adam
02 May 09, 13:18
I find it funny that people on this football forum have a need to divide different sets of Inter fans into different groups according to when they became fans or for which reason.

Well, then let me ask you all another question: What do the people on this forum know about being Interisti when they don't frequent the stadium consistently? The set of fans that follow the team and travel the World with them might feel the fans on this forum don't know what it's like to be interista. Then maybe the pure Italian fans feel the rest of the fans don't know what it's like because to know you have to be "Italian".

It's all nonsense tbh. What does it matter when you became Interista, how you became it or how much you're involved. Is it not enough that you spend your freetime talking about Inter and sit down every Sunday for a match?

I'll be here long after Ibra leaves, of course I'll still follow Ibra's games and hope he will do well, but i'll be here supporting Inter nonetheless. And as far as "who's the real fan" I really couldn't care less.

I'm not gonna take advice on "how to be an Interista" from some kid who thinks he knows because he supported the club before 2006. Yeah if you're one of these guys that travels with the team and follows them around 24/7 you can question my commitment to the cause because frankly, you earned it, but if you're some kid sitting behind a computer screen watching matches, you can blow me with your lectures.

Adriano@10
02 May 09, 13:51
I find it funny that people on this football forum have a need to divide different sets of Inter fans into different groups according to when they became fans or for which reason.

Well, then let me ask you all another question: What do the people on this forum know about being Interisti when they don't frequent the stadium consistently? The set of fans that follow the team and travel the World with them might feel the fans on this forum don't know what it's like to be interista. Then maybe the pure Italian fans feel the rest of the fans don't know what it's like because to know you have to be "Italian".

It's all nonsense tbh. What does it matter when you became Interista, how you became it or how much you're involved. Is it not enough that you spend your freetime talking about Inter and sit down every Sunday for a match?

I'll be here long after Ibra leaves, of course I'll still follow Ibra's games and hope he will do well, but i'll be here supporting Inter nonetheless. And as far as "who's the real fan" I really couldn't care less.

I'm not gonna take advice on "how to be an Interista" from some kid who thinks he knows because he supported the club before 2006. Yeah if you're one of these guys that travels with the team and follows them around 24/7 you can question my commitment to the cause because frankly, you earned it, but if you're some kid sitting behind a computer screen watching matches, you can blow me with your lectures.
I fully agree it should not matter when or why u became an inter fan. Coz alot of members here just became fans coz of Ronaldo ore Vieri ore some other player.
Fore me interista is interista as long as they stay interfans even when they re favourite player leaves i don t care.
On the other hand i don t like people who follow inter coz of a player and all they care about is the player and not the club.
Like emily for example she seems to give a shit for inter and i m sure if Ibra leaves she wont care what happens with inter.
Somehow i can t respect those fans.

CafeCordoba
02 May 09, 13:53
Like emily for example she seems to give a shit for inter and i m sure if Ibra leaves she wont care what happens with inter.
Somehow i can t respect those fans.

Of course because they aren't Inter fans, they are player fans.

Stefan
02 May 09, 14:25
I find it funny that people on this football forum have a need to divide different sets of Inter fans into different groups according to when they became fans or for which reason.

Well, then let me ask you all another question: What do the people on this forum know about being Interisti when they don't frequent the stadium consistently? The set of fans that follow the team and travel the World with them might feel the fans on this forum don't know what it's like to be interista. Then maybe the pure Italian fans feel the rest of the fans don't know what it's like because to know you have to be "Italian".

It's all nonsense tbh. What does it matter when you became Interista, how you became it or how much you're involved. Is it not enough that you spend your freetime talking about Inter and sit down every Sunday for a match?

I'll be here long after Ibra leaves, of course I'll still follow Ibra's games and hope he will do well, but i'll be here supporting Inter nonetheless. And as far as "who's the real fan" I really couldn't care less.

I'm not gonna take advice on "how to be an Interista" from some kid who thinks he knows because he supported the club before 2006. Yeah if you're one of these guys that travels with the team and follows them around 24/7 you can question my commitment to the cause because frankly, you earned it, but if you're some kid sitting behind a computer screen watching matches, you can blow me with your lectures.

:star::star: Great post. Totally agree this has been issue which always gets me mad. I can't stand when guys who just because they have italian blood reckon that automatically makes them "better" fans.

Some of us are just as much fans as those in positions to travel around and follow the team but due to economic and geographic factors its not possible. Doesn't make us any less of an interista.

Emily should just be ignored. She is just like the ronaldo fan boys we used to have. She will disappear just like they did once Ibra leaves. Thankfully we only have one like her not like the ronaldo days. All the other swedish fans here imho are interista and not ibra fan boys.

minterke
02 May 09, 15:51
Barca will never buy him, he will never fit into their system. Ive yet to find a barca fan who wants Zlatan, they all want Villa to replace Eto'o, a better finisher and a teamplayer, two things Zlatan isnt.

Thats bs Azz. Did you start a fkn petition to see if Barca fans want Zlatan? Because I know a few and they WISH they had him in their team.

Zlatan isnt going anywhere and if he does it's for HUGE $$$, maybe the most in Inter history.

Handoyo
02 May 09, 21:14
Great post Adam.

From my own tale, I became an Interista after Vieri joined. But during 01/02, I fell more in love with the team and in 02/03, J.Zanetti became my favorite player. When Vieri left in 05/06, I remained an Interista and when he joined Milan, I detested him. I still regard Vieri as a legend but only after he left Milan.

Karim
02 May 09, 21:19
Great post Adam.

From my own tale, I became an Interista after Vieri joined. But during 01/02, I fell more in love with the team and in 02/03, J.Zanetti became my favorite player. When Vieri left in 05/06, I remained an Interista and when he joined Milan, I detested him. I still regard Vieri as a legend but only after he left Milan.

Very close to what I wanted to say.

Karim
02 May 09, 21:21
The one thing we need to understand is that Inter will never be Ibra dependent. We will need to replace him of course and for that we need someone who is also a finisher but hopefully things will clear up in the coming days

Adam
03 May 09, 01:05
Whatever people think of his celebration, you gotta admit, and this is gonna sound fanboyish, that Ibra is a pretty cool footballer.:D

I mean think about it. He's not having a great match so the supporters jeer him which he responds to by shushing them. Five minutes later he scores a great goal and tells the supporters to shut the fuck up and suck his dick.:lol::D

I don't know of too many footballers with the balls to do that really. God knows a lot of them wish they could.

Anyways, here's his goal. What a beauty. About a minute into the vid you can clearly see a gesture that I can only interpret in one way.

ienZ9z5ZjaE

Handoyo
03 May 09, 02:29
For some reason, his goal reminded me of the classic Mortal Kombat line: FINISH HIM!

Ehsan
03 May 09, 05:58
Two things:

1- Ibra was wrong in his actions, but the fans who jeered him made a huge mistake. I don't care if he was playing bad yesterday, or if he said he wants to leave Inter. This guy got us scudetti, and he has more than fulfilled his obligations towards the club. He can have a bad game or he can have 10 bad games in a row, I don't care. You don't intimidate your star player. You owe him more than he owes you.

Maybe all he wanted was some emotional support from the fans. But instead of them coming out with banners begging him not to leave, he gets this.


2- There's a lot of discussion going on between Inter fans in Italy as to who was actually whistling at him. The ultas haven't taken responsibility for it. A lot of people are saying it's actually the 1st ring green (below the curva), which consists of stupid glory hunters who aren't true Inter fans. In any case there's a rift between the fans now, and the majority are on Ibra's side.

Handoyo
03 May 09, 06:06
I agree. For fans who have supported Inter a long time like me, I'm sure 95% would give Ibra the most credit for carrying us to 2 Scudetti in a row, hopefully 3 by end of May.

However, that said, Ibra has kind of pointed a gun at the club's head since we got knocked out by Man Utd. To make matters worse, his demands are unsure. Does he want out of Inter? Or is he demanding some support? Or is he simply frustrated?

Obviously that take a toll on the fans and even though I disagree with their actions, I can somehow understand if some of them jeered Ibra. Especially in the heat of the game, with all the nerve that Milan of all clubs may caught up with us and even more so because we played against Lazio, on the eve of the 5th of May anniversary.

The same can also be said to Ibra's retaliation though. It's hard to control emotions sometimes, I think we can compare his action a player taking off his jersey despite knowing that hey may get a stupid yellow card for that. Just like the fans' reaction, I can understand Ibra's emotion, but I disagreed with his action.

All in all, the fans & Ibra should just bury their hatchet. An apology from the fans would be nice, but not necessary.

Azzkikr
03 May 09, 06:48
I mean think about it. He's not having a great match so the supporters jeer him which he responds to by shushing them. Five minutes later he scores a great goal and tells the supporters to shut the fuck up and suck his dick.:lol::D


Thats really cool huh:rolleyes:

Christ...

Azzkikr
03 May 09, 06:52
All in all, the fans & Ibra should just bury their hatchet. An apology from the fans would be nice, but not necessary.

The fans should apoligise? Are you kidding?

The biggest bottler in todays game complains publicly about Inters lack of progress in the CL and says that its time for a new experience. Perhaps he should focus on scoring on his chances if he wants progress, instead of whining.

If anyone should apologise its chokerhimovic.

Hasan
03 May 09, 09:11
Maybe all he wanted was some emotional support from the fans. But instead of them coming out with banners begging him not to leave, he gets this.


Exactly, do you remember when Gereard almost signed for Mourinho's Chelsea? Fans of L'pool are all over him, with affection and everything. Kaka playing bad in last two months, he almost signed for Man City and nobody jeer him.

And Ibrahimović is our key, only thing he said is that he would want new challenge in the future and complained about early CL exit, pointing on obvious: he can't play alone in Europe. It's crystal clear that he would be happy to stay with Mourinho in this project. Only thing he needs is support from the fans and support from his teammates in hard games.

It's all about class, we have only JC,Maicon and Cambiasso who are on same level like Ibrahimović on their positions.

L'pool have Xabi, Mascherano, Caragher, Torres to help SG, one more from us.
Barca have Xavi, Iniesta, Eto'o, Henry, D.Alves, Puyol to help Messi, that's three more from us.
Man utd have Rio, Vidić, Scholes, Roney, Berbatov, Tevez to help CR, also three more from us.
Chelsea have more class players from us too and it's hard for Ibrahimović to play alone, especially because our class players are GK, defender, and DM.

Imagine Messi with Cruz in the middle, Figo on other flank and Stanković behind them.

UhUhOleguer
03 May 09, 09:51
I doubt Ibra would leave in the summer. This is all a bit of mind games that him and his agents are playing at the moment. In essence he is telling the club to bring in another 2-3 quality players so that we can have a decent shot at the CL or most certainly I’ll be off the following season. Since his arrival (and knowing his character/mentality) it was evident that he would want to win silverwares either in England / Spain (or both) before hanging up his boots. So it’s just a matter of when rather than if he will leave.

Now even if he in fact does leave the club this summer which I highly doubt (and would not want to) then the club will find itself in a win win situation. As Stefan said, we won’t sell him unless we have another quality forward in place. Further, seeing that Ibra is also currently a hot property in the Spanish market we could cash in big by selling him at his prime which would last 3-4 more years.

the thing is that Ibra has a ludicrous contract at Inter and I guess he won't go for less than what he earns at Inter so I can only see 2 teams in the world, both desperate for big names, to sign him. One is ManCity, the other is Madrid.

If he joins Madrid, I hope his CL form after Christmas keeps on. Would be nice to see Madrid getting knocked out in the 2nd round of CL for the 6th straight year. :D

Hasan
03 May 09, 09:54
channel4, nice article...




Ssshhhh.....
Still don’t think there’s more pressure in Italy than anywhere else? Susy Campanale urges you to ask Zlatan Ibrahimovic



It says something when a player who wins you the Scudetto almost single-handed for the second year running is still jeered by his own supporters. Even more so when considering these fans were a laughing stock for decades and barely won enough to decorate a window shelf, let alone fill a trophy cabinet.

San Siro is the toughest crowd in world football and Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a man who likes to be praised, so it’s no wonder he reacted that way. First fired up to score a sensational opener, then bringing a finger to his lips to silence the fickle fans.

It’s no wonder Ibra has been saying he wants to experience something new next season. He always was the key to Inter’s success, but this year has been ludicrous and not only because of his 21 Serie A goals. Watching them play Lazio it was remarkable to see how the only real attacking tactic was ‘give it to Zlatan, he’ll think of something.’

Of course one shouldn’t be surprised, as this has been their system more or less all season, but with tiredness and complacency the fact is clearer than ever before. When he has to carry the side and get jeered for it when he tries to create something with a fancy flick and it fails, he can’t help but be irritated.

As for those who pay to sit in the Giuseppe Meazza stands and insult their own squad for sitting seven points clear at the top of the table, you are more responsible than the media for creating that sense of crippling pressure in Italian football. Yes, the standard of play provided by Jose Mourinho is dire, but you can’t have only noticed that now, surely? What games have you people been watching all year?!

The fans are never happy in Serie A and protests are sparked after a single defeat at Inter, Juventus, Fiorentina and Roma. Instead, sides like Reggina are rediscovering their confidence precisely when nobody expects anything from them any more. Coincidence?

Interista nr.1
03 May 09, 10:13
Exactly, do you remember when Gereard almost signed for Mourinho's Chelsea? Fans of L'pool are all over him, with affection and everything. Kaka playing bad in last two months, he almost signed for Man City and nobody jeer him.

And Ibrahimović is our key, only thing he said is that he would want new challenge in the future and complained about early CL exit, pointing on obvious: he can't play alone in Europe. It's crystal clear that he would be happy to stay with Mourinho in this project. Only thing he needs is support from the fans and support from his teammates in hard games.

It's all about class, we have only JC,Maicon and Cambiasso who are on same level like Ibrahimović on their positions.

L'pool have Xabi, Mascherano, Caragher, Torres to help SG, one more from us.
Barca have Xavi, Iniesta, Eto'o, Henry, D.Alves, Puyol to help Messi, that's three more from us.
Man utd have Rio, Vidić, Scholes, Roney, Berbatov, Tevez to help CR, also three more from us.
Chelsea have more class players from us too and it's hard for Ibrahimović to play alone, especially because our class players are GK, defender, and DM.

Imagine Messi with Cruz in the middle, Figo on other flank and Stanković behind them.
Hasane bolan, you're absolutly right,Ibro only needs more out of this world player, Inter must buy some better players upfront.

Interista nr.1
03 May 09, 10:17
I must say,before they started jeering him, he was kinda lasy, not helping team like he used to before..Not saying that he didn't do ok, it was just not up to his standards, not much fighting,like he lacked motivation.
Also I noticed against Napoli,when balotteli was abused bt Napoli players, Ibra didn't come to protect him, he used to do that before..
I just hope Ibra stays, he's best.

Interista nr.1
03 May 09, 10:22
The fans should apoligise? Are you kidding?

The biggest bottler in todays game complains publicly about Inters lack of progress in the CL and says that its time for a new experience. Perhaps he should focus on scoring on his chances if he wants progress, instead of whining.

If anyone should apologise its chokerhimovic.
Hey Azz... IBRA SCORED, MADE ASSIST AND TOLD YOU TO SHUT YOUR MOUTH, BUT YOU ARE STILL BITCHING YOU LITTLE SNOB..

Rimpel
03 May 09, 10:32
lol loved mourinho's gesture "Think a little you idiot" :D But yeah I think the fans are mostly at fault (but ibra too), he's scored countless important goals for us. And we're on or way to win another scudetto, and you fkin boo him? Come on. But Ibra's respone was too strong, he could have done it much smoother.

Rimpel
03 May 09, 10:35
The fans should apoligise? Are you kidding?

The biggest bottler in todays game complains publicly about Inters lack of progress in the CL and says that its time for a new experience. Perhaps he should focus on scoring on his chances if he wants progress, instead of whining.

If anyone should apologise its chokerhimovic.

"chokerhimovic"? Stfu, you're not an inter fan. Just get out:yuck:

shahz_nerazzurri
03 May 09, 10:38
the thing is that Ibra has a ludicrous contract at Inter and I guess he won't go for less than what he earns at Inter so I can only see 2 teams in the world, both desperate for big names, to sign him. One is ManCity, the other is Madrid.

If he joins Madrid, I hope his CL form after Christmas keeps on. Would be nice to see Madrid getting knocked out in the 2nd round of CL for the 6th straight year. :D

If I were you Mehdi, I wouldnt want Ibra to join Madrid. He may always choke in CL for the rest of his life, but he can score in the league and score very well.
He will make Madrid much more stronger than what they are now.

kylan05
03 May 09, 11:13
XL, thanks for the vid. Gosh, he was mad. But gosh, he was H000T! :)

For once, that Campanale lady actually said something that makes sense. Zlatan reacted the way he did because he is Zlatan. Imagine yourself in Zlatan shoes. With that trait in your blood. He knows that he's carrying this team. He knows we need to not lose point in this match. He knows if not him who else is gonna make the goal, so he has to make the goal. And he's trying here, people. He's trying. And he slipped. And he's jeered. What else the f*** do you want me to do? Shut up already.

And Azzkikr, come on now. It's getting old. He's probably going to leave (judging by his body language, gestures, & tone of voice). What are you trying to do? Make everyone here forget what he's done and let Zlatan go with only remembering that he fails to score in CL (despite all the technical reasons, i.e. lack of support, ect) ?

And yes, that is cool. When he can do what he can, he has a right to react the way he did. If you can do what Zlatan can on the pitch, you can also react anyway you want (on your standard).

You get what you pay for, or vice versa, you pay for what you get. And yes, Zlatan is that good.

Adam
03 May 09, 11:14
Ehsan, Han and Hasan, Great read guys!:star:


Thats really cool huh:rolleyes:

Christ...

First if all I was half joking. Second, I meant the situation as a whole, not just the sucking of the dick part.

Jimmy Page
03 May 09, 11:27
As much as I love Ibra, I cant and will not defend what he did yesterday. He made a misstake and I feel sorry for him. Some fans, who have already had a problem with Zlatan, will turn this against him. Im worried that this will end badley and the fans of Inter will forget how much he has done for Inter. Im pretty sure Zlatan regrets hes actions last night, but he wont say hes sorry....

Interista nr.1
03 May 09, 12:25
lol loved mourinho's gesture "Think a little you idiot" :D But yeah I think the fans are mostly at fault (but ibra too), he's scored countless important goals for us. And we're on or way to win another scudetto, and you fkin boo him? Come on. But Ibra's respone was too strong, he could have done it much smoother.
Mourinho was saying "Think little bit" to all players,because they was so happy when Ibra scored,they forget that game was not finished yet.

Gasparroni
03 May 09, 12:27
Tronchetti just said in an interview that he hopes that Ibra will stay. He wants that an Inter player will win the golden ball.

I hope we will get the right new players, so Ibra could proove his worth even more better.

Interista nr.1
03 May 09, 12:28
And anyway, it was only few idiots who jeered at Zlatan- so this is not a big deal folks. Maybe 2 % are jeering idiots, what can you do, there is and always will be few idiots,that's how it is..
We have an exsample on this forum also, his/her name is Ass.

emily_se
03 May 09, 13:05
As much as I love Ibra, I cant and will not defend what he did yesterday. He made a misstake and I feel sorry for him. Some fans, who have already had a problem with Zlatan, will turn this against him. Im worried that this will end badley and the fans of Inter will forget how much he has done for Inter. Im pretty sure Zlatan regrets hes actions last night, but he wont say hes sorry....

Oh, sure..just let someone insult you when you're the one literally caring the whole team!

Look, Zlatan is NOT a whimp. He doesn't let anyone mistreat him. Inter OWES him. If the fans want him out of there he will be more than happy to oblige them, by the way. He does not regret anything he did. He made it clear the "fans" had crossed a line.

scum behaviour like that only will make him even more determine to quit the team. If they try to drag the team down like that during a game I would have liked to see the whole team walk out..just walk out. Let the trash play themselves, since they do it better, apparently.

Oh, remember to send the thank you card for the upcoming scudetto to Zlatan Ibrahimovic at his new address at Barcelona.


Racial insults will NOT be tolerated!

VLE
03 May 09, 13:07
Han, the forum is going crazy with racism. At least temp ban? Even Juventino with all their bribes gets banned from their stadium.

Azzkikr
03 May 09, 13:08
Hey Emily, are you by any chance related to XL or Tonyloo?

J zanetti
03 May 09, 13:09
the thing is that Ibra has a ludicrous contract at Inter and I guess he won't go for less than what he earns at Inter so I can only see 2 teams in the world, both desperate for big names, to sign him. One is ManCity, the other is Madrid.

If he joins Madrid, I hope his CL form after Christmas keeps on. Would be nice to see Madrid getting knocked out in the 2nd round of CL for the 6th straight year. :D
Between Man C and RM I think we can easily take out Man C out of the equation because if/when Ibra moves he will certainly do so for winning titles that he hasn’t won yet rather than earning big (as he already does so). Man C chances of winning titles are pretty slim (if any) - meaning RM is currently the only realistic club for him I guess.
Hopefully he will remain with us next season where we can witness a change in his tragic post x-mas record in the CL ;)

NimAraya
03 May 09, 13:14
What the fuck is going on in this thread?! Is all these debates for his gesture after his goal?!

Jimmy Page
03 May 09, 13:18
Oh, sure..just let someone insult you when you're the one literally caring the whole team!

Look, Zlatan is NOT a whimp. He doesn't let anyone mistreat him. Inter OWES him. If the fans want him out of there he will be more than happy to oblige them, by the way. He does not regret anything he did. He made it clear the "fans" had crossed a line.


scum behaviour like that only will make him even more determine to quit the team. If they try to drag the team down like that during a game I would have liked to see the whole team walk out..just walk out. Let the trash play themselves, since they do it better, apparently.

Oh, remember to send the thank you card for the upcoming scudetto to Zlatan Ibrahimovic at his new address at Barcelona.


What the hell? Whats your problem?! Man I thought I was a fan of Zlatan but you are just fucking crazy. What are you doing here anyway? Just kindley fuck off. And by the way, Zlatan will not go to Barcelona, it will never ever fucking ever happend. Douchebag

classexa
03 May 09, 13:34
hahaha what a bunch of people :lol:

JohnTheBaptist
03 May 09, 13:49
I feel like i'm trapped in some Dumb vs. Dumber discussion but hey... i have only one BIG question to all of ya, WHO THE HELL WAS THERE ON THE 18 of MAY 2008, WHEN YOU WERE SWEATING, WHEN YOUR HANDS WERE SHAKING, WHEN YOU WERE EATING YOUR NAILS, WHEN YA HEARTS WERE BEATING SO GOD DAMN FAST, WHEN YOU WERE HITTING THE TV, who came and single-handedly turn all of that into joy, tears and happiness?

Adam
03 May 09, 13:56
Hey Emily, are you by any chance related to XL or Tonyloo?

Only you, and maybe one or two morons think like that. The forum members that matter wouldn't put me and Tonyloo in the same group with Emily.

But I can almost guarantee if we made a poll on who's the biggest loser IRL you'd top the poll by a wide margin.

Azzkikr
03 May 09, 13:59
I feel like i'm trapped in some Dumb vs. Dumber discussion but hey... i have only one BIG question to all of ya, WHO THE HELL WAS THERE ON THE 18 of MAY 2008, WHEN YOU WERE SWEATING, WHEN YOUR HANDS WERE SHAKING, WHEN YOU WERE EATING YOUR NAILS, WHEN YA HEARTS WERE BEATING SO GOD DAMN FAST, WHEN YOU WERE HITTING THE TV, who came and single-handedly turn all of that into joy, tears and happiness?

I know this one.

Martinez from catania, equalised for Catania - Roma in the 85 minute to make the result of Inter - Parma irrelevant.

What a hero :proud:

JohnTheBaptist
03 May 09, 14:05
Fail.

http://www.mtvasia.com/Onair/Shows/FistOfZen/images/FistOfZen.jpg

Hasan
03 May 09, 14:18
I hate this Internet brave people. He sits in front his computer and doing everything what he isn't capable in real world. I will just fell sorry for him from now on and not pay attention on him. It's enough hard for him just to be him, he don't need new critics and definitely he don't need poll to prove him how big loser he is.

rockball
03 May 09, 14:21
I know this one.

Martinez from catania, equalised for Catania - Roma in the 85 minute to make the result of Inter - Parma irrelevant.

What a hero :proud:

That puts you on my ignore list. Congrats.

Azzkikr
03 May 09, 14:33
Great, guess i can cross that of the list of things i want to achieve in life :howler:

Im honored.

A.l.i
03 May 09, 14:51
Ahh.. Inter fans. :howler:

Jimmy Page
03 May 09, 14:55
Azz Inter fan? Good one!:howler:

A.l.i
03 May 09, 14:58
Azz Inter fan? Good one!:howler:

He's Mr Right, isn't he? :howler:

Rimpel
03 May 09, 15:11
Azz Inter fan? Good one!:howler:

:dielaugh:

Nyall
03 May 09, 15:13
Seriously?! WTF??

Are any of you guys actual Inter supporters?

The guy does shit all game gets booed (rightfully so after refusing to commit to Inter) and does his job by scoring and tells the fans to suck his dick and you guys think it's okay?! It's disrespectful. And I don't care what you've done in the past but the fans have a right to boo if you're doing shit now whilst you never have a right to tell them suck your dick. Tell them shut the fuck up but telling them to suck your dick is definitely crossing the line and there should be no justification for it. Inter > Zlatan not the other way around.

Adam
03 May 09, 15:23
Zlatan > A small group of ingrates, every day of the week. Fuck those fans that jeered him. They should be gratefull for what he's done, and for what he's doing, not jeer him for what he potentially might do.

Principe
03 May 09, 15:53
Nyall shouldn't we push to be a better team then say Milan our own Rivals???? Look at how Kaka was treated when he played like shit or was about to leave....

What I'm trying to get to is that we should never ever boo or jeer our own players while they play for Inter and actually are on the pitch....yes Zlatan seems uninterested the last couple of games but there are other ways to help him perform better....take the EPL for example even when a player is under performing they sing his song in order to push him to do better....

Yes Inter is greater than Zlatan and will always be but remember the majority of fans didn't jeer him it was a small percentage and the proof is that most of the curva fans have sided with Zlatan.....remember he actually carried us to Scudetto's and I'm sure without him we wouldn't have won those titles...so he has the right to be frustrated when he hears his fan jeer....

Also Inter is not a prison, nobody is putting a gun on anybody's head he didn't give an ultimatum or anything yes he chokes in the CL and should do better but what he pointed out are the obvious which is our failure in CL and his own feeling of wanting a challenge.....We don't force anybody to stay and its their decision to do what they want as long as on the pitch they do their job and zlatan has for the past 3 years.....Even the likes of Totti and Gerrard said they would leave their teams if they don't sign better players....what zlatan said is not even as bad as that.....If he wants to leave so be it we'll make a lot of money from his sale and create a better team....in the end it might be for the better....


Also please stop calling others not interista or less of interistas because they have different opinions than yourself...because this whole forum is getting childish and annoying first because of stupid divisions within the people and another is suddenly there are people who claim that they are more interista than others....

I stopped posting at a forum that weighed the join date heavier than everything else, and I don't want this to be the case with FI where all that matters is who ur favorite player is and when/why you became an Inter fan

Adam
03 May 09, 16:00
Nyall shouldn't we push to be a better team then say Milan our own Rivals???? Look at how Kaka was treated when he played like shit or was about to leave....

This is true, but Kaka has also gotten booed by the Milanisti, and a few morons on their side also had "I belong to money" signs with them at the stadium.




Yes Inter is greater than Zlatan and will always be but remember the majority of fans didn't jeer him it was a small percentage and the proof is that most of the curva fans have sided with Zlatan.....remember he actually carried us to Scudetto's and I'm sure without him we wouldn't have won those titles...so he has the right to be frustrated when he hears his fan jeer....


Exactly.

InteristaDG
03 May 09, 16:23
I doubt Moratti will let him leave for anything less than 80 million euro.
And with Ibra's rep around Europe I doubt anyone will buy him.
Forza Inter with or without Ibra

brehme1989
03 May 09, 16:28
...let's assume Ibra leaves this summer. People will start calling him a traitor etc it would be so funny :lol:

Seriously, with Zlatan, Adriano, Cruz, Crespo, (Suazo), and perhaps Obinna gone, who will our forwards be? :P I can't see Zlatan leaving, unless we get a huge offer of over 80m euros like said above ;)

Adam
03 May 09, 18:26
Moratti: Inter Fans Were Wrong To Whistle Ibrahimovic

The Nerazzurri Patron defended his star forward in the wake of the whistles during Inter’s 2-0 victory over Lazio at the San Siro…

Massimo Moratti not only looked to excuse Ibrahimovic for his gesture towards the Inter fans, but he pointed the finger in the opposite direction, as the future of the Inter star continues to hang in the balance.

Speaking to Inter.it Moratti remarked, “A player like him should never be whistled. I think that his gesture was just a natural reaction, as he didn’t expect to be whistled at that moment. He came to clear it all up with me when we spoke after the game."

As the doubt over Ibrahimovic’s Inter future continues to grow, the Nerazzurri patron did his best to dispell the players' comments about wanting to play in Spain.

“I repeat, what he did was just a natural reaction, it bears no indication as to a possible departure from the club. Ibra will remain at Inter for the coming season.”

Despite the words of the powerful tycoon, it remains to be seen whether the giant Swede will remain in Milan for another year.

Given his outspoken desire to taste new challenges and the gesture of contempt for the fans, it looks likely that the player might be off to pastures new. If any club can afford him, that is.


Stefano Federici, Goal.com


Well said by Il Presidente.:star:

ALAIN7
03 May 09, 18:29
Moratti: Inter Fans Were Wrong To Whistle Ibrahimovic

The Nerazzurri Patron defended his star forward in the wake of the whistles during Inter’s 2-0 victory over Lazio at the San Siro…

Massimo Moratti not only looked to excuse Ibrahimovic for his gesture towards the Inter fans, but he pointed the finger in the opposite direction, as the future of the Inter star continues to hang in the balance.

Speaking to Inter.it Moratti remarked, “A player like him should never be whistled. I think that his gesture was just a natural reaction, as he didn’t expect to be whistled at that moment. He came to clear it all up with me when we spoke after the game."

As the doubt over Ibrahimovic’s Inter future continues to grow, the Nerazzurri patron did his best to dispell the players' comments about wanting to play in Spain.

“I repeat, what he did was just a natural reaction, it bears no indication as to a possible departure from the club. Ibra will remain at Inter for the coming season.”
Despite the words of the powerful tycoon, it remains to be seen whether the giant Swede will remain in Milan for another year.

Given his outspoken desire to taste new challenges and the gesture of contempt for the fans, it looks likely that the player might be off to pastures new. If any club can afford him, that is.


Stefano Federici, Goal.com


Well said by Il Presidente.:star:

Hmm, might be a good or a bad decision. :nervous:

Forza ragazzi
03 May 09, 18:42
I was there, and I was a bit surprised at the jeering, but the Curva was not pleased in the first half. The jeering started when Ibra made a hopeless try to beat two Lazio defenders instead of playing Muntari (?) through. He made the wrong choice. He should've passed. But yet, the jeering surprised me. I don't think it was a reaction towards Ibra, it was just a reaction to the whole team's display. And of course we expect a lot from Ibra, and then the disappointment came to life when he lost that ball.

I really enjoyed it when Ibra scored two minutes later.

emily_se
03 May 09, 20:12
I don't think it was a reaction towards Ibra, it was just a reaction to the whole team's display. And of course we expect a lot from Ibra, and then the disappointment came to life when he lost that ball.



He lost a ball!? OMG how awful of him!!!! Are you kidding me? OF COURSE they did it because they know he is leaving.

He probably even knows now where he is going. He wouldn't make all these controversial interviews unless he knew where his future is. That would be madness. Alienating people without having a clear way out? Not very likely.

By the way, Zlatan has been living with this kind of BS and harassment in Italy ever since he left Juventus (zingaro, mercenary and other types of bullying). He sees it now in Inter too, because the general ugliness of the tifosi mentality and the vendetta bit they do is the same in all teams there, and he has no patience with it. I just think he was fed up.


By the way...to those Inter fans who alrteady start trashing him and call him a mercenary..why didn't you say the same when he JOINED Inter and LEFT Juventus..hmmmm.......a tad bit hypocritial, are we?

So, it's OK when you can use somebody, but when he moves on THEN he is a mercenary!? OK, we get it now..it all seems very honest and logical. ;)

ALAIN7
03 May 09, 20:21
He lost a ball and gets bullied during a game when it's 0-0? Are you kidding me? OF COURSE they did it because they know he is leaving. He probably even knows now where he is going. I think he has already signed on for another team. He wouldn't make all these controversial interviews unless he knew where his future is. That would be madness. Alienating people without having a clear way out? Not very likely.

By the way, Zlatan has been living with this kind of BS and harassment in Italy ever since he left Juventus. He sees it now in Inter too, because the general ugliness of the tifosi's attitude is the same in all teams there and the vendetta bit is well-known, and he has no patience with it. I just think he was fed up.

By the way...to those Inter fans who alrteady start trashing him and call him a mercenray..why didn't you say the same when he JOINED Iner and LEFT Juventus..hm....a tad bit hypocritial are we? So, it's OK when you can use somebody, but when he moves on THEN he is a mercenary!? OK, we get it now..it all seems very honest and logical. ;)

I've never said anything like this to a girl and I'm feeling very sorry and sad to say this because I really like Swedish girls but, you really have to fuck off now.

Most of your posts here have been utter crap with the an IQ of -100/100.

emily_se
03 May 09, 20:25
I've never said anything like this to a girl and I'm feeling very sorry and sad to say this because I really like Swedish girls but, you really have to fuck off now.

Most of your posts here have been utter crap with the an IQ of -100/100.

I know..the truth hurts. Insulting me won't make an argument. I stand up for the one person who made the team what it is today. You'll see that soon enough.


He lost a ball!? OMG how awful of him!!!! Are you kidding me? OF COURSE they did it because they know he is leaving.

He probably even knows now where he is going. He wouldn't make all these controversial interviews unless he knew where his future is. That would be madness. Alienating people without having a clear way out? Not very likely.


Zlatan has been living with this kind of BS and harassment in Italy ever since he left Juventus (zingaro, mercenary and other types of bullying). He sees it now in Inter too, because the general ugliness of the tifosi mentality and the vendetta bit they do is the same in all teams there, and he has no patience with it. I just think he was fed up.



By the way...to those Inter fans who alrteady start trashing him and call him a mercenary..why didn't you say the same when he JOINED Inter and LEFT Juventus..hmmmm.......a tad bit hypocritial, are we? So, it's OK when you can use somebody, but when he moves on THEN he is a mercenary!? OK, we get it now..it all seems very honest and logical.

ALAIN7
03 May 09, 20:28
I know..the truth hurts. Insulting me won't make an argument. I stand up for the one person who made the team what it is today. You'll see that soon enough.


He lost a ball!? OMG how awful of him!!!! Are you kidding me? OF COURSE they did it because they know he is leaving.

He probably even knows now where he is going. He wouldn't make all these controversial interviews unless he knew where his future is. That would be madness. Alienating people without having a clear way out? Not very likely.


Zlatan has been living with this kind of BS and harassment in Italy ever since he left Juventus. He sees it now in Inter too, because the general ugliness of the tifosi's attitude and the vendetta bit is the same in all teams there, and he has no patience with it. I just think he was fed up.


By the way...to those Inter fans who alrteady start trashing him and call him a mercenary..why didn't you say the same when he JOINED Inter and LEFT Juventus..hmmmm.......a tad bit hypocritial, are we? So, it's OK when you can use somebody, but when he moves on THEN he is a mercenary!? OK, we get it now..it all seems very honest and logical.


There is no truth in your "statements". Sorry <3. I think it's because you don't follow Inter, that's why you never know the truth but invent crap statements.

emily_se
03 May 09, 20:31
There is no truth in your "statements". Sorry love. I think it's because you don't follow Inter, that's why you never know what's the truth.

You say so and therefore it must be true! LOL

Just so everybody here knows..if you insult Zlatan by calling him mercenary I will call you HYPOCRITES!


Zlatan probably even knows now where he is going. He wouldn't make all these controversial interviews unless he knew where his future is. That would be madness. Alienating people without having a clear way out? Not very likely.


Zlatan has been living with this kind of BS and harassment in Italy ever since he left Juventus (zingaro, mercenary and other types of bullying). He sees it now in Inter too, because the general ugliness of the tifosi mentality and the vendetta bit they do is the same in all teams there, and he has no patience with it. I just think he was fed up.



By the way...to those Inter fans who alrteady start trashing him and call him a mercenary..why didn't you say the same when he JOINED Inter and LEFT Juventus..hmmmm.......a tad bit hypocritial, are we? So, it's OK when you can use somebody, but when he moves on THEN he is a mercenary!? OK, we get it now..it all seems very honest and logical.

Adam
03 May 09, 20:36
Yo, Emily how old are you? I'm not asking to try to invalidate your posts in some way, just out of general curiosity.

Ilkinio
03 May 09, 20:36
Clearly, you have 0 info about Inter fans. We are really different form Gobbi.

ALAIN7
03 May 09, 20:36
You say so and therefore it must be true! LOL

Just so everybody here knows..if you insult Zlatan by calling him mercenary I will call you HYPOCRITES!


Zlatan probably even knows now where he is going. He wouldn't make all these controversial interviews unless he knew where his future is. That would be madness. Alienating people without having a clear way out? Not very likely.


Zlatan has been living with this kind of BS and harassment in Italy ever since he left Juventus (zingaro, mercenary and other types of bullying). He sees it now in Inter too, because the general ugliness of the tifosi mentality and the vendetta bit they do is the same in all teams there, and he has no patience with it. I just think he was fed up.



By the way...to those Inter fans who alrteady start trashing him and call him a mercenary..why didn't you say the same when he JOINED Inter and LEFT Juventus..hmmmm.......a tad bit hypocritial, are we? So, it's OK when you can use somebody, but when he moves on THEN he is a mercenary!? OK, we get it now..it all seems very honest and logical.

Yes I say the truth therefore, if I say your statements aren't true, I mean the truth. That means that your statements are made up. ;)


Oh by the way, Moratti just said that Zlatan will stay with Inter next season too. Aren't you happy? :party:

emily_se
03 May 09, 20:45
Yes I say the truth therefore, if I say your statements aren't true, I mean the truth. That means that your statements are made up. ;)


Oh by the way, Moratti just said that Zlatan will stay with Inter next season too. Aren't you happy? :party:

You mean like he did with Ronaldo? Oh, OK, so then it must be true! LMAO

InteristaDG
03 May 09, 20:46
True Inter fans support the team always regardless of who comes and goes.
IDK what Emily Se is doing on a forum for Inter fans

emily_se
03 May 09, 20:50
True Inter fans support the team always regardless of who comes and goes.
IDK what Emily Se is doing on a forum for Inter fans

A true Inter fan does NOT trash an outstanding player who has done TONS for the team. Understand?

You can support a team WITHOUT trashing and bullying its players. Try to understand that. Bullying is NOT acceptable and it is NOT something a true fan does.


I already see this coming now..trying to put Zlatan AGAINST the team.. sorry, won't fall for it. You can like Zlatan AND like Inter. I don't intend to choose and no one has any right to make anyone choose. Get it now?

Anyone who has done what he has done for the team deserves respect.

Stefan
03 May 09, 20:51
Moratti saying that is a very bad sign. He said ronaldo is staying two weeks before he sold him. He said mancini is staying. Said only one of veron or davids.

Point is when it comes to transfers he plays the game very well.

Adam
03 May 09, 20:52
Yeah, yeah yeah yeah, we all love Ibra, well most of us, but how old are u Emily? I live in Lund, just a few kilometers away. Maybe we could hook up? Are you legal?:D

NimAraya
03 May 09, 21:00
I personally don't understand all these bashings toward Ibra! I think many players earn much more than him at other clubs. He has to do many things single-handly here at Inter, so I don't understand why some people compare him to Ronaldo, Messi or some other players. Players like Ibra are Unique, just like how Kaka, ROnaldo and Messi are. So we better hope we don't lose him.

InteristaDG
03 May 09, 21:01
A true Inter fan does NOT trash an outstanding
Anyone who has done what he has done for the team deserves respect.
Ronaldo also did much for Inter but once he began to think he was bigger than the team, we got rid of him. Just as Inter survived without Ronaldo, they will survive without Ibra

Adam
03 May 09, 21:05
I chased her away. Story of my life. That sucks. :(

InteristaDG
03 May 09, 21:19
XL you are a legend for doing that:lol:

Analrapist
03 May 09, 21:58
I'ma quote Birdman on this one:

Playboy! :P

Toninu
03 May 09, 22:00
What is said at this moment does not count let's stay calm this is no time for transfers this is time to celebrate a well earned Scudetto.

Analrapist
03 May 09, 22:17
I know this one.

Martinez from catania, equalised for Catania - Roma in the 85 minute to make the result of Inter - Parma irrelevant.

What a hero :proud:

Are you joking or are you mentally challenged? I'm leaning towards the second one tbh...

shahz_nerazzurri
03 May 09, 23:26
Adam you are an embarrassment to men everywhere. Seriously shame on you. Here is how you seal the deal.

Say Emily, Adam is having this awesome get together at his place this Friday night, its gonna be a bunch of friends sitting around and watching pics of Ibrahimiovic in his underwear, while drinking and smoking up. Its usually BYOB, but I am pretty sure Adam wont mind putting drinks on the house.

If you are interested just leave him a PM. He will be happy to pick you up, if you have car problems, and you can crash at his place if you want to. His parents are away for the weekend.

Adam
03 May 09, 23:37
:lol: Shahz, somehow I don't see that working. But I guess asking her if she's legal isn't all the ingenius either.:D

Handoyo
03 May 09, 23:38
Let's cut all the off-topic stuff and save us the trouble from having to move some posts to the rubbish thread. Thanks.

Universe
04 May 09, 04:31
I personally don't understand all these bashings toward Ibra! I think many players earn much more than him at other clubs. He has to do many things single-handly here at Inter, so I don't understand why some people compare him to Ronaldo, Messi or some other players. Players like Ibra are Unique, just like how Kaka, ROnaldo and Messi are. So we better hope we don't lose him.

I was under the impression that Ibrahimovic is the highest paid footballer on the planet at 12million euros/yr. (playing wages only, no promotional bonuses or sponsorships)

Forza ragazzi
04 May 09, 06:43
He lost a ball!? OMG how awful of him!!!! Are you kidding me? OF COURSE they did it because they know he is leaving.

I think you are wrong here.

Before the match when the players' names were called up, there was the most sound when the crowd shouted Ibra's name. When Inter play at home, the presenter shouts the players' name, then the crowd shouts the surname. Ibra was, judging by the engagement in shouting his name, the most popular player at Inter. I don't think they would be so into it if they knew he was leaving. And they wouldn't cheer when he scored if they didn't like him, which is basically what you're saying.

minterke
05 May 09, 01:04
I really thought the arrogant prick in Zlatan died when he came to Inter, reading all of his interviews it looks as though I was wrong.

Handoyo
05 May 09, 04:40
The prick part is gone, the arrogant one, will always stay in him.

Forza ragazzi
05 May 09, 07:35
Ibra is Ibra. You can't change that. And you can't start having a problem with it now, when you haven't had any trouble with it before.

shahz_nerazzurri
05 May 09, 09:54
“Drenthe does not even know who Real Madrid’s president is, what does he know about ‘Ibra’?”

:dielaugh::dielaugh:
Class, just absolute class from Zlatan's agent, even if I really hate Raiola.

I wish the buttonhole player would should the fuck up, and not comment on stuff they have no idea about just to look important. Drenthe should be more worried about where Madrid are gonna dump him next season, rather than commenting on this stuff.

Ilkinio
05 May 09, 10:08
Raiola is just like Zlatan :D

Adam
05 May 09, 10:26
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Won't Join Real Madrid, Pavel Nedved Will Play On – Agent

Mino Raiola says ‘Ibra’ has not agreed terms with Real Madrid and ‘Czech Fury’ will extend his career.

Yesterday, Real Madrid player Royston Drenthe insisted that Inter star Zlatan Ibrahimovic was on his way to the Santiago Bernabeu, but the Swedish international’s representative has laughed off the speculation.

“Drenthe does not even know who Real Madrid’s president is, what does he know about ‘Ibra’?” agent Mino Raiola slammed on Radio Radio TV.

“Do any of those who say that it is a done deal want to bet €1 million? First of all, Real Madrid’s plans will depend on the presidential election and Ibrahimovic’s future depends on [Inter president Massimo] Moratti.

“Zlatan will only leave if Inter want to sell him. It’s up to Moratti. He believes he can win the Champions League with Inter.

“It is not about money, though. He is not a mercenary. I just know that at present there is nothing that suggests he will leave Inter. But things could change in the future.”

Juventus midfield dynamo Pavel Nedved has announced he will retire at the end of the season but there are calls for him to reconsider.

“I believe Pavel won’t quit,” concluded Raiola.

Vince Masiello, Goal.com

So I guess we can conlude Ibra has too mch respect for Moratti to "fight" his way out from Inter.

This gives me some hope he might stay. In the end, the only thing he said is that he's been five years in Itay, won everything, and feels like trying something new. Who can blame him for that? Doesn't mean he wants to leave, just that he's tempted to try a new league.

Jimmy Page
05 May 09, 10:36
Im sorry XL but this is far from over, there will be many twists and turns before this ends. I was 100 % sure before that he would stay, but now, I just dont know.

Stefan
05 May 09, 10:41
Only way Moratti is selling ibra is if ibra tells him he wants to leave. So if the agents words are true then ibra will stay but then this is agent talk so who knows.

CafeCordoba
05 May 09, 11:02
Yeah, Raiola's talk shouldn't be taken seriously ever. It should be forgotten immediately he ever said anything.

Jimmy Page
05 May 09, 11:05
I really fucking HATE Raiola, a man with no principles at all...

Adam
05 May 09, 11:09
Im sorry XL but this is far from over, there will be many twists and turns before this ends. I was 100 % sure before that he would stay, but now, I just dont know.

Who said it was over? Of course there's gonna be more speculation. This summer's gonna be intense. I'm just saying I got a little hope from that statement.;)

Azzkikr
05 May 09, 14:40
Doesnt mean anything, thankfully.

Im still convinced he will leave.

classexa
05 May 09, 17:36
Doesnt mean anything, thankfully.

Im still convinced he will leave.

:ass:

Forza ragazzi
05 May 09, 18:51
When I think about it, I don't think he'll leave. He wants CL, but 2010/2011 isn't too late for him anyway. We've seen the non-progress made with Mancini. With Mourinho, I think Ibra has discovered a personality that wants to win as badly as himself. I believe Ibra will see what happens in the summer. That said, I don't think Inter will do very bad this summer. The real needs are obvious. We can't make any real mistakes this season, plus I have confidence in Mourinho.

Rimpel
05 May 09, 22:07
I think he'll stay one more season.

crzdcolombian
05 May 09, 22:34
I think he'll stay one more season.

get rid of him he been wanting to leave for a while and Inter will give way more than he is worth + players

Adam
05 May 09, 22:43
Not true. We'll get 50 Million, tops. In comparison just so you can understand this, that would be one Quaresma, one Muntari, and one Mancini. In other words if our next summer transfers go as bad as this seasons, we could go back to battling for 3rd and fourth place.

We have to be very, very carefull with the players we buy, because we're not replacing an avarage player here. He's got so many responsibilities (goals, targetplay, creativity, playmaking) that it's gonna take two players just to replace him. We have to get those two purchases absolutely right, otherwise we will struggle.

Adam
05 May 09, 23:18
Inter stand firm on Ibra
Agent not so sure striker will stay
By Nadia Carminati Last updated: 5th May 2009

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's agent has admitted that he is unsure where the Swede will be plying his trade next season, but Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has reiterated that he has no intention of selling.

The striker has been linked with a move away from Inter for some time, with speculation increasing this week that he could be set to join Real Madrid.

He was jeered by his own supporters during the clash with Lazio at the weekend but Moratti is still confident he will remain with the club.

"He explained to me that he didn't expect to be whistled in that moment," Moratti told the Italian press.

"Surely players like him deserve a little understanding.

"But I really think he will really stay at Inter."

No prisoner
Agent Mino Raiola maintains that Ibrahimovic is committed to Inter but would listen to offers from a small number of clubs.

"Zlatan isn't a prisoner," Raiola told Radio Radio TV. "His contract is a choice.

"If an offer came from another club at the top level then it isn't a matter of money but a sporting decision.

"When Zlatan left Juventus he didn't do so because of money but because there were broken promises.

"Before the Calciopoli scandal broke he had already told the directors that he wouldn't be staying at Juve - he isn't a mercenary.

"Ibrahimovic loves Inter, just as he loved Juventus and Ajax but offers have to be weighed up.

"He won't be joining Lecce - there are just four or five teams who could sign him not 10."

Have I posted this already?:undecide:

Ilkinio
05 May 09, 23:32
Lecce?

vitomins
05 May 09, 23:49
Lol I think that's a shot at Lecce big time!

Adam
06 May 09, 11:58
Inter fans forgive Ibra Tuesday 5 May, 2009

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Inter fans have said Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s angry reaction on Saturday was “understandable” and turned on the boo-boys.

The Capocannoniere reacted angrily to complaints from the stands during Saturday’s 2-0 win over Lazio and after scoring the opener he put his finger to his lips, silencing the supporters.


The official ultras movement in the Curva Nord – where the jeers were coming from – have now released a statement on their website.


“Ibra’s reaction was understandable, considering the warrior-like personality of our Number 8. It is a gesture that confirms the character of a professional who tells it like it is.


“Perhaps he will never be a ‘flag’ of the club, but he has certainly always given his best for the side and for this deserves our unconditional respect.


“The Curva Nord did not in any way urge its members to target our player and feels those who do that are not to be considered real fans.


“If someone belonging to the Nord jeered, then it’s time for him to take a good look at himself and consider going off to be part of a different fan group.


“The Nord wishes to continue leading the unconditional support for the club colours at all times, regardless of the result.


“We are living through an age of immense sporting success and Inter’s players deserve to be celebrated in every game.


“Let us not fall into the media trap that is trying to discredit us and the team, turning another triumphant season into a failure due to what happened in Europe.”


The Nerazzurri have said Ibra’s tussle with the fans was blown out of proportion by the Italian media, but his agent admitted today that he could walk away.


“Zlatan isn't a prisoner,” Mino Raiola told Radio Radio TV. “His contract is a choice. If an offer came from another club at the top level then it isn't a matter of money but a sporting decision.”

I'm very impressed with the Curva Nord.:star: They said more or less exactly what I've been saying on here.

CafeCordoba
06 May 09, 12:30
Well handled by CN. Now Zlatan have their support and doesn't have an extra reason to leave in this summer.

Azzkikr
06 May 09, 14:49
I doubt he cares.

Fans boo'ing at him is certainly not a factor for if he stays or leaves.

He isnt that weak minded, he cares only for his own benefit. Im pretty sure he has already decided if he wants to leave or not.

Lets hope he does, its time to cash in. He will never worth more than he is now and we desperately need money to renew this team.

vitomins
06 May 09, 15:15
We can have all the money in the world, if a player does not want to play for Inter, they won't come.

Ajesh
06 May 09, 15:17
“Perhaps he will never be a ‘flag’ of the club,



The boys have got it right.

He is just waiting for the right Club. It will be a disaster to him if he moves to Madrid.

bollockologist
06 May 09, 15:42
He might be attracted to Chelsea if they go for him. He wants to prove himself in the "best" league with the biggest hype. To me, Chelsea, if interested, are the only real danger for grabbing him. Barca, Man U are not (and should not) be interested and Real Madrid has too many problems on their own to be more attractive than Inter.

No player is indispensable (apart from 1-2 players per decade, like Zidane say, and Ibra is not indispensable). If he doesn't feel like playing for Inter it is better that he leaves.

I don't see him leaving though. He'll stay for another year, particularly if the management guarantees some strong buys.

Toninu
06 May 09, 16:08
Meh Chelsea have decided to stop that insane big spending and there have been no links with Ibra and the Premiership.

InteristaDG
06 May 09, 22:12
Ibra has way too bad a rep across the channel.

Better for us.

snake
06 May 09, 23:56
We are all well aware of just how pivotal Ibrahimovic is to this club; so naturally, the thought our most talented player since Ronlado leaving the club is painful.

I am one of Ibra's biggest supporters, however, if Ibra wants out then we need to let him leave. Ibra is the type of player that can only be utilised in full if his mentality is in check. There is no way we can force him to stay or try to change his mind...if his mind is elsewhere, then for me he is already dead as an Inter player.

Let's put feelings aside and do whats best for the club, lets get the money and then use it wisely.

cloudq
07 May 09, 02:00
since when did u change ur username to anon?

peeps
07 May 09, 02:07
We're sort of in a win-win position with Ibra...

1 - If he leaves, it's OK because his value will never be higher and we will maximize our return. We have a lot of needs, including an influx of youth. So if we cash in on him we can start to revitalize our team for the next couple of years. Remember a few months ago when Mourinho said we might have to take a step back to ensure the long-term success of the club? Perhaps this is along the lines of what he was talking about.

2 - If he stays, it will be in part because Moratti/Mourinho have convinced him that the club will be making the necessary commitment to get to the next level. I'm sure he's tired of being a one-man show and he's desperate for support. If he's happy to stay, that means our team around him will be improved.

3 - Part of me believes he is ready to move on to a new challenge but another part of me believes he is pulling a powerplay here to let Moratti/Mourinho know that they need to improve the team. We've had a brilliant run in recent years but the window of dominance is starting to close and this might be his way of demanding reinforcements before it's too late.

Any thoughts?

Handoyo
07 May 09, 02:14
Alex de Large: By the way Eto'o and Messi were invisible because Barcelona did not play his game, Ibrahimovic is better player than both and with that midifled working he can also do wonders.



From the CL thread

Alex de Large
07 May 09, 02:23
lol it's funny the Zlatan talk in the CL thread, it makes him damn important. But i understand.

anyway, we should stop criticizing him until he get good midfielders around and Balotelli becomes a better finisher (he already is, but he will get better), if after that Zlatan can't score in 1/8's i will be the first one to criticize him, but let's give him a break, he deserves it.

bennyblanco
07 May 09, 03:00
since when did u change ur username to anon?


he started working for "Canon" as in Canon Eos :D ...now everyone calls him Anon the Canon from Canon ...is that how you spell canon?

Forza ragazzi
07 May 09, 07:23
Raiola now says he'll stay. I'm ok with that. I'm not at all convinced we'll be able to replace him and improve if he leaves.

Stefan
07 May 09, 08:55
Apparently Moratti and Ibra have come to an agreement that he will only leave if we receive an offer of €60- 70 million.

http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/inter/?action=read&idnotizia=4309
http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/SerieA/Inter/07-05-2009/ibra-patto-moratti-50377381191.shtml

Ilkinio
07 May 09, 09:20
70 is ok. We can get Cassano, Diego and Hamsik for that money.

CafeCordoba
07 May 09, 09:40
Well, that's not a good news. It tells Zlatan isn't fully in with this Inter project. He thinks too much of himself. He thinks where HE could get the best result, where HE could win the CL and possibly Ballon d'Or. He isn't committed to Inter at all clearly, if such "agreement" must be made.

If he stays, the most likely scenario is that next season Inter goes out of CL before the final and Zlatan hands his transfer request and the price tag goes down like hell.

I'm almost starting to be in the side which hopes Inter can sell him in this summer and build a new team whose play isn't solely based on one player.

Suneet
07 May 09, 09:45
Who will pay that much though?

Ilkinio
07 May 09, 09:50
Only Madrid, i guess..

Universe
07 May 09, 09:56
Me

Wallace
07 May 09, 09:56
Sell him, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Man City, I don't care.

If he really wants to go, just sell him. He can be happy and relieved, and we can use the money to rebuild the squad, it's a win-win situation.

I haven't been too impressed this season with him seeing him so often shouting at other players when they made mistakes, don't know what's the problem with him, if he's that unhappy here, I don't see why we should make him stay.

Jimmy Page
07 May 09, 09:56
Sounds like an odd agreement, I dont think its true

VLE
07 May 09, 10:18
buyout clause? That will require a new contract.
We gave him enough new ones..

CafeCordoba
07 May 09, 10:40
buyout clause? That will require a new contract.
We gave him enough new ones..

It's a gentleman agreement, not a strict "buyout clause".

Universe
07 May 09, 10:47
Sell him, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Man City, I don't care.

If he really wants to go, just sell him. He can be happy and relieved, and we can use the money to rebuild the squad, it's a win-win situation.

I haven't been too impressed this season with him seeing him so often shouting at other players when they made mistakes, don't know what's the problem with him, if he's that unhappy here, I don't see why we should make him stay.

The fact that he's understandably frustrated at being the only resort for our team's play? Even moreso with Maicon being injured.

No doubt he likes to be heavily involved in the build up and attacking play, but he likes to be important with good support.

At the present, theres far far too much depending on his abillity to pull off some magic.

All the team does is just shoot off hopeful long balls to him with the belief of "Just give it to Zlatan, he'll do something.."

I can't emphasise how much I find our teams play to be really really quite embarrassing. Inter is one of the biggest clubs in the world, regardless of what people say. Just from world-wide brand recognition, to history, we are a big club, even if we have been going through a long dry run, particularly in Europe and in Serie A until recently. It is pathetic for us to have all these class players at our disposal, only to play in the way we do.

Alex de Large
07 May 09, 12:58
It's great, it would have been terrible if he leaves for only 30-40, if he stays all is allright, if he leaves: with that money we can do wonders like Juve did when they sell Zidane to Madrid.

classexa
07 May 09, 17:37
Moratti: "Ibrahimovic has been confirmed"

MILAN - "Ibrahimovic has already been confirmed." With these words, Inter president Massimo Moratti replied to the many questions about the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic after today's meeting at the Lega Calcio

What does this mean??

bollockologist
07 May 09, 17:42
Moratti: "Ibrahimovic has been confirmed"

MILAN - "Ibrahimovic has already been confirmed." With these words, Inter president Massimo Moratti replied to the many questions about the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic after today's meeting at the Lega Calcio

What does this mean??

It means that Ibrahimovic promissed to Moratti that he is going to stay, maybe after Moratti promised re-enforcements to the team.

But don't read much into it, Moratti says many things that are not true when it comes to signings/players staying.

classexa
07 May 09, 17:43
It means that Ibrahimovic promissed to Moratti that he is going to stay, maybe after Moratti promised re-enforcements to the team.

But don't read much into it, Moratti says many things that are not true when it comes to signings/players staying.

Oh ok, thank you. Only time will tell I guess

Ehsan
07 May 09, 21:14
What does this mean??

Nothing. Nothing our presidente ever said meant anything :rolleyes:

A.l.i
07 May 09, 21:18
Its the opposite really.

Wallace
07 May 09, 22:43
The fact that he's understandably frustrated at being the only resort for our team's play? Even moreso with Maicon being injured.

No

He acts as if he's flawless or something, and that pisses me off. He can be frustrated at the team play, but on the other hand, the team can be frustrated with his lack of ability to finish off goals. No one is perfect, but he thinks he's superior and go shouting at other team members. That's why, if he wants to go, then go. It's a win-win situation if we sell him off for something like 70 mil.

The_Eradicator
08 May 09, 13:51
I have no problem selling him if we have adequate replacements, but the fact is we don't, 90% of play goes through him, he scores, he sets up others. At times this year I think we have all felt like it's Ibra+10 on the field. Before we sell him we would at least need to sign 2 world class attackers to make up for it. Otherwise I think it would suicide and back to 3rd place for us.

vitomins
08 May 09, 13:57
No

He acts as if he's flawless or something, and that pisses me off. He can be frustrated at the team play, but on the other hand, the team can be frustrated with his lack of ability to finish off goals. No one is perfect, but he thinks he's superior and go shouting at other team members. That's why, if he wants to go, then go. It's a win-win situation if we sell him off for something like 70 mil.

Lack of ability to finish goals? Hes the Capocannoniere for fucks sake! I understand he misses opportunities but do not say he has a lack of finishing ability...

Azzkikr
08 May 09, 15:15
He does lack finishing.

He too often misses the easy goals.

He scores some incredible goals at times, but misses the easiest chances as well.

Especially in the CL.

vitomins
08 May 09, 15:18
I can agree that he does miss some easy goals, but I wouldn't say he lacks finishing ability, maybe he does not have the best finishing ability, but there is no lack of ability...

Hasan
08 May 09, 15:24
He acts as if he's flawless or something, and that pisses me off. He can be frustrated at the team play, but on the other hand, the team can be frustrated with his lack of ability to finish off goals.

Wrong! When you with our creative middlefield score over 20 goals in serie A you can't be bad finisher. I bet that with Milan's middlefield he would score plus 30.



No one is perfect, but he thinks he's superior and go shouting at other team members.

He's superior and that's his temper. He's a leader of our team, he must say when something is wrong. J.Zanetti is our captain and everything but Ibrahimović leads this team in last three years.


That's why, if he wants to go, then go. It's a win-win situation if we sell him off for something like 70 mil.
That can't be win-win situation. In better team with more pace and creation he will easily win a golden ball. We need to add some quality in attacking department and than you will see happy and more destroying Ibrahimović. He was so happy with Adriano in attack because he could help him, now he must play with Crespo, Cruz and youngster Balotelli who is still too young to make a difference.

Adam
08 May 09, 16:38
He does lack finishing.

He too often misses the easy goals.

He scores some incredible goals at times, but misses the easiest chances as well.

Especially in the CL.

He lacks a coolness in front of goal when one on one. His shot, placement, conversion rate and goalstats have all been very good to amazing this season. I can easily say he's scored the most quality goals in Europe this term, so it doesn't make any sense to say he "lacks" finishing.

vitomins
08 May 09, 16:40
Thank you XL, that is much more reasonable!

bollockologist
10 May 09, 10:16
Ibrahimovic needs to become a much more TEAM player if we are to succeed next season. If he still needs one ball on his own then we won't make it.

By team player I mean passing the ball quickly and taking part in team combinations. He currently holds the ball too much and does a lot of things on his own, trie to dribble past players, etc.

Of course better players around him are required, hopefully that will be the case in the new season.

But once he has better players he has to spend a lot less time with the ball on his own and start getting involved in team combinations (passing the ball, moving without the ball, etc.). He's sometimes too much of a primadona to do this. Mourinho needs to make him play for the team more.

Wallace
10 May 09, 10:49
He lacks a coolness in front of goal when one on one. His shot, placement, conversion rate and goalstats have all been very good to amazing this season. I can easily say he's scored the most quality goals in Europe this term, so it doesn't make any sense to say he "lacks" finishing.

Scoring quality goals doesn't mean he has the finishing ability matched to a standard that a world class striker should have...................

They are clearly independent of each other.

Ibra has always been scoring quality goals, does that mean he always had good finishing? I don't think so.

CafeCordoba
10 May 09, 10:52
Very good post. That is completely true. And there lies the fear, IF Zlatan can't handle the situation where he isn't the ultimate best player and the only one who can really do something with the ball. We just have to hope that isn't the case and Mourinho can train the team to play good football and thinking about the team first.

With Zlatan that is the biggest concern for me.

CafeCordoba
10 May 09, 10:54
Scoring quality goals doesn't mean he has the finishing ability matched to a standard that a world class striker should have...................

They are clearly independent of each other.

Ibra has always been scoring quality goals, does that mean he always had good finishing? I don't think so.

Yeah, the term "quality goal" is ridiculous to me. I don't give a fuck how many quality goals he scores as long as he scores plenty of goals. He would be scoring even more goals than now if he had better finishing.

tritolone
10 May 09, 11:23
Very good post. That is completely true. And there lies the fear, IF Zlatan can't handle the situation where he isn't the ultimate best player and the only one who can really do something with the ball. We just have to hope that isn't the case and Mourinho can train the team to play good football and thinking about the team first.

With Zlatan that is the biggest concern for me.

I think you need to stop worrying here...why couldn't he handle the situation? I believe he eagerly waits for the club to bring in someone who can control the ball, so he doesn't have to do everything by himself.

Imagine, if we replaced Zlatan with Messi for example, we would gain NOTHING in terms of creativity and fluency of the game, because Messi would have to do everything on his own.

All we need is someone who can help Zlatan in attack building and we're good

Adam
10 May 09, 11:41
Scoring quality goals doesn't mean he has the finishing ability matched to a standard that a world class striker should have...................

They are clearly independent of each other.

Ibra has always been scoring quality goals, does that mean he always had good finishing? I don't think so.

Well, first of all there is no standard of finishing a Worldclass striker should have. There's different playertypes. Some have clinical finishing, others have other qualities that make them Worldclass, and God knows Ibra has other qualities in abundance.

Second, if you are making the argument that scoring "quality" goals doesn't have anything to do with being a good finisher, than you would have to argue missing chances have nothing to do with being a poor finisher either, and to me that doesn't make any sense.

When a player hits the ball in a way so that the keeper more or less has no chance of saving it, it's a good finish. A lot of Ibra's goals are like that, and there's a lot of them. His conversion rate is decent aswell so there's really nothing else to say on the matter.

Jimmy Page
10 May 09, 11:59
Ibrahimovic needs to become a much more TEAM player if we are to succeed next season. If he still needs one ball on his own then we won't make it.

By team player I mean passing the ball quickly and taking part in team combinations. He currently holds the ball too much and does a lot of things on his own, trie to dribble past players, etc.

Of course better players around him are required, hopefully that will be the case in the new season.

But once he has better players he has to spend a lot less time with the ball on his own and start getting involved in team combinations (passing the ball, moving without the ball, etc.). He's sometimes too much of a primadona to do this. Mourinho needs to make him play for the team more.

I dont agree with you there, he has shown that he have the ability to realsea to ball quickly if needed, look at the goal Balotelli scored against Juve, it was all started with quick passing from Ibra. Ive seen him pass the pass quickly nomours times, so I think its B.S that he holds the ball to much, somethimes yes but often he knows when to release quickly and does so.

tritolone
10 May 09, 12:03
When he has someone to pass to he always does. It's not his fault our team is too defensive-minded.

Suneet
10 May 09, 12:10
Not that I think Zlatan is the best player in the world, but saying Zlatan doesnt pass the ball is ridiculous. He hogs it sometimes there is no 2 ways about it, but its not like he doesnt want to pass. And anyways, who should he pass the ball to? No players make runs. I think he has the most assists this season that says a lot.

bollockologist
10 May 09, 13:46
Not that I think Zlatan is the best player in the world, but saying Zlatan doesnt pass the ball is ridiculous. He hogs it sometimes there is no 2 ways about it, but its not like he doesnt want to pass. And anyways, who should he pass the ball to? No players make runs. I think he has the most assists this season that says a lot.

Many times he wants to dribble past players. He wants to try that first before he passes the ball.

A lot of times a team needs 3-4 players to exchange passes quickly and implement a plan tried out in training. Every player needs to play their role, no trying to show off their skills, just do what the plan requires them to do, operate automatically so to speak.

Ibra is used to try his tricks and hold the ball, it's difficult to ask him to be only a part of plan. He likes being the central focus of attention in the game, dribbling, showing his skills, etc.

"Restricting" him to, at least sometimes, only be a part of an automatic play is not so easy because of his primadonna character, but is essential for a team. That's what I meant.

Adam
10 May 09, 15:02
Well, whether people feel he should pass the ball faster or not, fact is we could of used him to hold up the ball today. We could barely cement the ball in Chievo's half.

Jimmy Page
10 May 09, 15:04
I dont think the main problem was the attack today, it was the defence, and Ibra isnt a good CB so...But sure it would have been nice to have him today

vitomins
10 May 09, 19:29
When we score 2 goals, that should be enough to win a game against a team like Chievo. The defence let us down, I think our offence played great considering we were missing our best attacker....

Stefan
10 May 09, 19:33
The main problem was the defense and in particular maxwell. When one guy has such a horror show it puts un due pressure on the rest.

lonewolf19
11 May 09, 02:30
Ibra one behind Di Vaio now, but he will be back next game.

vitomins
11 May 09, 12:23
Nice, I didn't know Ibra went home to Sweden for a shopping spree instead of traveling with the team to Verona....

Jimmy Page
11 May 09, 12:27
I would be very suprised if this is true, José or Moratti must have been asked for premission before any player goes abroad. If not Zlatan went without asking Moratti or Jose he should be punished.

vitomins
11 May 09, 12:37
http://goal.com/en/news/10/italy/2009/05/11/1258454/zlatan-ibrahimovic-puts-shopping-before-inter-report

Alessandro
11 May 09, 13:06
If this is true... It shows that his heart really isn't with Inter.

Ehsan
11 May 09, 13:08
http://goal.com/en/news/10/italy/2009/05/11/1258454/zlatan-ibrahimovic-puts-shopping-before-inter-report

That's just goal.com fishing for controversy.

First, it's been mentioned several times on inter.it that Zlatan is on leave. I think Mourinho mentioned it in a press conference as well. His words were something like "Zlatan is on a well-deserved break"

Second, it paints a picture as if all Inter players were sitting around the TV with their socks on watching Milan-Juve like little fanboys and waiting to celebrate.

Even if we had beat Chievo and Milan lost, there wouldn't have been such a thing even close to an official celebration... Mourinho himself said he will be sleeping, and Zlatan was shopping - because we don't care about the results of others (at least in principle)

The only controversy here is how Salvatore Landolina became a journalist and goal.com became "news".

vitomins
11 May 09, 13:10
I understand Ehsan...but why not travel with the team...if anything I think the players on the field would have appreciated it.

What is he Adriano, he needs to go on leave???

Ilkinio
11 May 09, 13:13
He will be back with the squad on the first day of training. Right in time and totally sober. For me, it's enough.

vitomins
11 May 09, 13:16
Not if Mourinho gives him another 4 day vacation lol

Ehsan
11 May 09, 13:16
I don't know about the leave. Maybe he needs to clear his mind and think about his future. Of course there is something going on with him and we all know that, but I don't think being away from the team was a big deal as the press made it seem.

A little foreshadowing from Moratti: The attack did well without Ibrahimovic and it was important for us to understand this.

And his response to this incident, which I don't understand:

Photos of Ibrahimovic still on leave of absence have been circulated in Sweden. Some people said that if Inter had won the Scudetto yesterday, Zlatan wouldn't have been there. Does this bother you?
"But Ibrahimovic knew it."

CafeCordoba
11 May 09, 13:22
Well, most probably he was on leave and had the permission to do so. But it just shows that Inter is nothing more than an employer for him. Clubs are just instances where he can improve his career on. Inter could have been crowned as champions yesterday, but he was in Sweden.

Zlatan has no commitment towards Inter and the team.

Ehsan
11 May 09, 13:25
Zlatan has no commitment towards Inter and the team.

I knew that about him from day one and didn't care as long as he won us titles... but I was always hoping that he will start to love Inter along the way and become committed... I almost thought he did this year.

Rimpel
11 May 09, 13:30
Well, most probably he was on leave and had the permission to do so. But it just shows that Inter is nothing more than an employer for him. Clubs are just instances where he can improve his career on. Inter could have been crowned as champions yesterday, but he was in Sweden.

Zlatan has no commitment towards Inter and the team.

I wouldn't go that far, but yes he hasn't shown commitment OFF the pitch.

Adam
11 May 09, 13:49
Well, most probably he was on leave and had the permission to do so. But it just shows that Inter is nothing more than an employer for him. Clubs are just instances where he can improve his career on. Inter could have been crowned as champions yesterday, but he was in Sweden.

Zlatan has no commitment towards Inter and the team.

I don't follow that logic. Last season when we could win the title vs Siena he was right there, as he has been many times when he wasn't eligble to play. The chance of us winning the scudetto yesterday was very small, so basicly he took a choice between an extra day off or a long day of waiting around for something that probably won't happen.

Also keep in mind the team had planned to watch Milan-Juve together if we would of beaten Chievo. Maybe if we would of beaten them he would of taken a plane to Milano?

Anyways, this is nothing new. Media talked about his commitment last season too when he went to Sweden during his injury. I'm not saying Ibra is as commited to Inter as Zanetti or Cambiasso, but to put him in the same category as Adriano is not right.

CafeCordoba
11 May 09, 15:06
Anyways, this is nothing new. Media talked about his commitment last season too when he went to Sweden during his injury. I'm not saying Ibra is as commited to Inter as Zanetti or Cambiasso, but to put him in the same category as Adriano is not right.

No one has put him in the same category as Adriano. Adriano doesn't even understand what employer-employee relation means.

Alex de Large
11 May 09, 18:29
I don't really care.
He is not an Inter fan and i understand, what can you expect from someone who went to Juve to Inter? he is a mercenary, but big teams need mercenaries to make teams competitive, you can't have 22 Zanettis and Cambiassos. Obviously better have mercenaries than un-professional players. Ibrahimovic has always been professional.
Some others like Vieira are un-professional like Adriano and mercenaries like Zlatan.

tonyloo
11 May 09, 18:41
Haha. He had some days off and visited his family and friends back home, people he's not able to see for more than a week during christmas and a month in the summer. What a mercenary!

BEHEAD HIM!

It's a 2 hour flight to Milan from Copenhagen, we dont even know if he was back in Milan that same day.

A.l.i
11 May 09, 18:45
Can anyone give me a link to his Trivela pass to Figo in 07 Supercoppa against Roma which Figo missed one on one with Doni seconds later.

Forza ragazzi
11 May 09, 19:41
There wouldn't have been any official party yesterday anyway.

minterke
11 May 09, 22:29
What happened to players watching the game with the CN when they're not playing. Balotelli did that not too long ago.

Ilkinio
11 May 09, 22:35
What happened to players watching the game with the CN when they're not playing. Balotelli did that not too long ago.

Home games.

minterke
11 May 09, 22:38
I still find this weird...Ibra's never done disrespectful shit like this before.

lonewolf19
11 May 09, 23:41
As long as he does his talking on the pitch I am satisfied. It is more important that he is THERE when he can PLAY and WIN us the Scudetto.

Adam
12 May 09, 00:46
I still find this weird...Ibra's never done disrespectful shit like this before.

:lol: Where have you been for the last three years? He's done this(which I think is nothing really) and worse, many, many times. Just last week he told the supporters to shut the fuck up and suck his dick. How about the day he signed for us and held his pressconference, and said "I still feel like a champion, because we worked....." or the whole Moggi pictures thing the day after we won our scudetto...

Lay off the smoke Mike, it's fucking up your memory.;)

bennyblanco
12 May 09, 12:39
:lol: Where have you been for the last three years? He's done this(which I think is nothing really) and worse, many, many times. Just last week he told the supporters to shut the fuck up and suck his dick. How about the day he signed for us and held his pressconference, and said "I still feel like a champion, because we worked....." or the whole Moggi pictures thing the day after we won our scudetto...

Lay off the smoke Mike, it's fucking up your memory.;)

:dielaugh: great post adame....especially the last para ;):D

the Moggi comments were likewtf

but still the greatest player that i have ever witnessed for Inter...bigger and better than Ronaldo and Mathaus put together

anyway here is a good site for you Zlatan boyfriends(im in that cliche posse crew) LOL:D AND ALL THE FORUM CLOSET PAEDOPHILES lololol

bat off to young Zlatan for a change ....dont ban han dont ban han

http://dryada.livejournal.com/1278.html

vitomins
12 May 09, 13:17
easy Benny, he isn't better than those two separately, how could he be better if you combine them?

bennyblanco
12 May 09, 13:27
easy Benny, he isn't better than those two separately, how could he be better if you combine them?

easy as Vito..... just read the post again and see what i have written...

as ive watched Inter since you were event born(as youve never even watched Mathaus for Inter anyway) i can testify that Ibra has played better,way better and been more influential for Inter than them 2


and been a more spectacular player for Inter...and brought more trophies for Inter

i didnt say better player in the world scene im simply refering to the most important scene..the INTER scene

so the key phrase or sentence in my post was>>>"but still the greatest player that i have ever witnessed for Inter"...

I was simply refering to my own personal feelings and opinions...my OWN..
since you know my feelings better i apologise and il wait for you to finish my post

i was going to say that statistics will surely prove my point as you Americans love statics,RBI's, etc

how old were you when Ronaldo was playing for us btw?

Adam
12 May 09, 13:32
:dielaugh: great post adame....especially the last para ;):D

the Moggi comments were likewtf

but still the greatest player that i have ever witnessed for Inter...bigger and better than Ronaldo and Mathaus put together

anyway here is a good site for you Zlatan boyfriends(im in that cliche posse crew) LOL:D AND ALL THE FORUM CLOSET PAEDOPHILES lololol

bat off to young Zlatan for a change ....dont ban han dont ban han

http://dryada.livejournal.com/1278.html

:dielaugh: Good shit, Benny. I hadn't seen that journal before either. And I agree, maybe not better than the both of them but it's certainly debatable who was the better player for Inter.

bennyblanco
12 May 09, 13:36
surely you cant say Ronaldo/Mathaus gave Inter more nor can we say Inter depended more on those 2 players than they do on Ibra...

this Inter cant take a piss without Ibra,this championship era team...were are like a kindergarden... "Ibra can i go to the toilet and do a wee wee '?

we havent depended on noone like we have on Ibra...lol at the Parma youtube clips...surely they all gave Ibra head that day

vitomins
12 May 09, 13:36
easy as Vito..... just read the post again and see what i have written...

as ive watched Inter since you were event born(as youve never even watched Mathaus for Inter anyway) i can testify that Ibra has played better,way better and been more influential for Inter than them 2


and been a more spectacular player for Inter...and brought more trophies for Inter

i didnt say better player in the world scene im simply refering to the most important scene..the INTER scene

so the key phrase or sentence in my post was>>>"but still the greatest player that i have ever witnessed for Inter"...

I was simply refering to my own personal feelings and opinions...my OWN..
since you know my feelings better i apologise and il wait for you to finish my post

i was going to say that statistics will surely prove my point as you Americans love statics,RBI's, etc

how old were you when Ronaldo was playing for us btw?


First of all I hate it when people say "You were not old enough to see him play!" That is the most ridiculous statement ever, that is why they tape games, so you can watch them later in life. Second of all, you did not say it was your opinion, you said you can testify that Ibra played way better than both of those guys, which is complete nonsense! Ibra is and will never be even close to the level of Ronaldo and it can be argued that Ronaldo played his best football at Inter, so saying that Ibra is way better is crazy. Finally, I was 11-16 while Ronaldo was at Inter...is that too young to comprehend how he played???

Jimmy Page
12 May 09, 13:40
I would say Ronaldo was a better player than Zlatan, but Zlatan has done much more for Inter than Ronaldo did