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victor_inter
19 Mar 15, 04:21
All things considered, who is the best out of these three; del piero, totti or ibrahimovic. I would say its between totti and ibra.

Hasan
19 Mar 15, 08:53
I believe that Roma would take at least three scudettos with Ibra and Totti needed Capello and Batistuta to win one. Plus now he stopping Roma to win another one with his records hunting.

For me Ibrahimović is class higher.

InteristiTerrier
19 Mar 15, 13:53
I don't think there is a more arrogant player in football at the moment than Ibra. But, arrogance and greatness seem to go hand in hand, as seen with Cantona and to an extent CR7.

I don't mind a player being sure of his own ability, and ultimately they can help bring a swagger to the team and a confidence that wasn't there before. I kinda feel like that's what he's done at PSG, by not only adding his skill set to a pretty good group, but also bringing the 'fuck you factor'.

Cal
19 Mar 15, 18:26
Well, tbh there is far more cases of arrogant players who did nothing, so you can't really say that.

thatdude
19 Mar 15, 19:37
Taraabt.

Dylan
19 Mar 15, 19:52
Or, you know, he just says these things to get a better deal with Nike.

InteristiTerrier
19 Mar 15, 20:03
Well, tbh there is far more cases of arrogant players who did nothing, so you can't really say that.

There's a difference between arrogance and delusion though. Arrogance is where you are good and know you are, delusion is what you allude to; those who think they are better than what they are.

Universe
20 Mar 15, 02:39
Like Inter.

Andysam
20 Mar 15, 04:12
Or, you know, he just says these things to get a better deal with Nike.

There's no deal, so this is not working. u.u (Dare to Zlatan no more)

InteristiTerrier
20 Mar 15, 09:28
Like Inter.

Correct :pokerface:

Andysam
21 Mar 15, 18:45
https://33.media.tumblr.com/1634242f99162b574150221779319daf/tumblr_nlj73gaciv1thoozzo1_500.gif

Batman
22 Mar 15, 12:44
If you focus well on the gif, you'll notice the guy behind him was about fall.

Andysam
22 Mar 15, 19:03
If you focus well on the gif, you'll notice the guy behind him was about fall.
Yep, it was Cavani and he was going to fall all over Ibra.

- - - Updated - - -

https://38.media.tumblr.com/c3f1a0b4f6fcd8a08c534b7c445c3e21/tumblr_nljymgn9NA1qaorn7o1_r3_500.gif

Lol, that defence...

Andysam
08 Apr 15, 17:51
http://zlaaatan.com/ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Devious
09 Apr 15, 13:55
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DARi0
09 Apr 15, 14:04
http://zlaaatan.com/ ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

I wanted to post this ZLATAN search engine yesterday but FIF was down. WTF?

PS: Still better than Bing. :datass:

JJM
16 Apr 15, 17:04
http://img.sportmediaset.mediaset.it/binary/84.$plit/C_29_articolo_1063574_upiImgPrincipaleVert.png
Zlatan yesterday went AWOL and was found at a new job...:yao:

The conversation went like this according to outraged customers and eyewitnesses:

Ibra: CAZZO GUARDI!/the fuck you looking at!
customer: Excuse me?!
Ibra: Do you want your fucking ticket or not?!Move along
http://cdn1.lockerdome.com/uploads/5443132011591442_8958fcba5ae421e68172f30ceb8d23589 e9274b41e5da5445bd83fb68e7f9333_large

Needles to say he was fired on the spot and will rejoin PSG for their next match...oh wait he is banned there also lel.

They catched his reaction when he was fired
http://www.whoateallthepies.tv/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/ibra-face-ref.gif

Dylan
16 Apr 15, 17:21
All of this is just going to make it sweeter when Zlatan wins the Champions League aged 41 with Malmo and shove it up your arse.

JJM
16 Apr 15, 17:24
All of this is just going to make it sweeter when Zlatan wins the Champions League aged 41 with Malmo and shove it up your arse.

Why?! I'm not a Zlatan hater tbh...I found it funny though

Dylan
16 Apr 15, 17:30
It wasn't directed at anyone in particular, m8y.

Ed.
17 Apr 15, 02:42
All of this is just going to make it sweeter when Zlatan wins the Champions League aged 41 with Malmo and shove it up your arse.

If there is any possibilities for Malmo to win CL is when Zlatan is 42 just retired from football after ending his career the season before with Malmo.

Black Knight
17 Apr 15, 15:32
If there is any possibilities for Malmo to win CL is when Zlatan is 42 just retired from football after ending his career the season before with Malmo.

http://i.imgur.com/sFGZGFL.gif

francesco
02 May 15, 17:39
http://i.imgur.com/mqCNW15.jpg

everything are more expensive with i :troll:

victor_inter
05 May 15, 00:47
http://images.performgroup.com/di/library/goal_uk/83/90/cartoon-april-28_47cw57xbqndn1a4poonspt04i.jpg?t=-2588380&w=940

Nyall
05 Jun 15, 05:30
If Ibra's actually available and we're serious about increasing our brand, then we should sign him.. He'd kill it in the league, solve our creative issues for himself, definitely get more eyes on us and despite being a mercenary, embodies Inter far more than our own captain..

Adriano@10
08 Jun 15, 01:41
Imho there is no way that Zlatan wil choose a team that is not playing CL football, let s face it, it is the only thing he has not won yet and he does not have the time left to join a team that is in a building process. If he leaves PSG it s for a big team that has a squad to actually challenge for the cl right away.

Verathia
08 Jun 15, 02:40
Signing him would honestly make me question my loyalty to the team. Call me a poor fan if you'd like, but that's not the type of person we need on this team. I don't think I'd leave... but that is just scum and Inter is a classy team. It's bad enough that he's played for us once.

thatdude
08 Jun 15, 02:45
Wait, is there actually talk about Ibrahimovic potentially coming back to Inter? :lol:

bandiera
08 Jun 15, 04:18
i just read that ibrahimovics biographer admitted to faking most of his quotes in his autobiography... :lol:

.h.
08 Jun 15, 07:04
I would be okay with him coming back but I dont see us offering the challenge he would want nor the wages

Bluenine
08 Jun 15, 17:25
If Ibra's actually available and we're serious about increasing our brand, then we should sign him.. He'd kill it in the league, solve our creative issues for himself, definitely get more eyes on us and despite being a mercenary, embodies Inter far more than our own captain..

Frankly, I would prefer a leader like Yaya Toure to the ingrate mercenary Ibrahimovic. But we don't have that kind of money or profile, so neither are coming. #WinterIsComing

JJM
09 Jun 15, 21:14
Bbilan made a new offer to Ibra and he is thinking about it...:pokerface:

KevinB
09 Jun 15, 21:23
I wouldn't mind Ibra here. He'd definitely deliver

JJM
09 Jun 15, 21:28
Ibra said yes to Bbilan according to Sky :pokerface:bbilan in front of us next season confirmed if he joins them

iThrowRocksAtBlindKids
09 Jun 15, 21:33
Ibra said yes to Bbilan according to Sky :pokerface:bbilan in front of us next season confirmed if he joins them

His on field tantrums will be epic as he realizes he's surrounded by shit.

ScottishInterista
09 Jun 15, 21:37
Ibra said yes to Bbilan according to Sky :pokerface:bbilan in front of us next season confirmed if he joins them

I can imagine them getting CL with them. This team is not a lot worse than the one who came second bar Silva ofc

.h.
09 Jun 15, 21:48
Really? Ahead of Roma, even with their problems, or Lazio? Or Napoli?

I think the rest of the AC side is SO poor that Ibra doesnt get them CL, to be honest.

Also, they're gonna have to make sacrifices to pay his wages - so they'll probably lose Menez, they dont have that much in the way of assets past him. Honda? SES? None of these players are on fire really... Am I missing anyone

Sassuolu
09 Jun 15, 22:27
I still remember him making Boateng and Nocerino look like superstars.

Universe
10 Jun 15, 02:45
If Ibra would consider a club of Milan's level, then we should get in there and make contact too. We may not be able to compete with Barca etc in luring players, but Milan? There's only one 'big' team in the world worse than Inter, and it's Milan.

(Though that could change if all these rumours of investment and cash injections turn out to be true.)

TheNetworkZ
10 Jun 15, 02:48
Even if he goes to Milan something is telling me we'll end up being thankful we didn't get him. Just a hunch.

ADRossi
10 Jun 15, 04:54
If Ibra would consider a club of Milan's level, then we should get in there and make contact too. We may not be able to compete with Barca etc in luring players, but Milan? There's only one 'big' team in the world worse than Inter, and it's Milan.

(Though that could change if all these rumours of investment and cash injections turn out to be true.)

Ibra didn't leave Milan on poor terms though, if memory serves correct. PSG just bid an enormous sum of money and Milan elected to sell rather than hold on to him and Silva. Just a hunch, but I'm guessing that's why he is willing to return to Milan versus us.

Then again, never once has he shown an ounce of loyalty to anyone, so he probably would just go to the highest bidder.

Ziyad
10 Jun 15, 06:06
If he goes to Milan that instantly makes them a better destination for all the players we are targeting. Good thing is it might make Inter react. Bad thing it means Milan have a good amount to spend and with Galliani at the top they will spend it well.
while our idiots are entertaining offers for Kova...

Dylan
13 Jun 15, 12:12
while our idiots are entertaining offers for Kova...
No, they aren't. They're rejecting them.

Hasan
13 Jun 15, 12:26
Bad thing it means Milan have a good amount to spend and with Galliani at the top they will spend it well

Sory man but paying 35 milions for 29 yrs old, unproven out of Portugese league striker is stupid move in my eyes plus spending another 10 for 34 yrs old Ibra is truly insane.

I would try snap El Sharawy from them because they are buying clear strikers and ruomors are that Miha will play 4-3-1-2 so with Niang back and Jackson - Ibra like startes SES will eat bench while he can be perfect match to partner Icardi in 4-4-2 or LW in 4-3-3

Big Willy
13 Jun 15, 13:24
Sory man but paying 35 milions for 29 yrs old, unproven out of Portugese league striker is stupid move in my eyes plus spending another 10 for 34 yrs old Ibra is truly insane.


Jackson unproven? Do you live under a rock?

Verathia
13 Jun 15, 13:54
Jackson unproven? Do you live under a rock?

He is unproven in any major league...

Sassuolu
13 Jun 15, 14:18
PSG Pres: Ibra is staying
Ibra: I'm staying

Italian Media: He's going to Milan.

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Jackson unproven? Do you live under a rock?

We've seen Porto stars fail in bigger leagues.

Mino
13 Jun 15, 18:53
why would Ibrahimovic go to a team that doesn't play the CL ? the only thing he's looking for now is a CL title.
unless he gave up :trollol:

Big Willy
13 Jun 15, 19:23
He is unproven in any major league...

Yeah, unproven like Matic, Moutinho, Falcao, James, Di Maria, Deco, Carvalho...

Of course there are players that will fail or succeed in other leagues, but if 3 consecutive top scorer awards of the Portuguese ain't enough for some of you to be considered "proven", I tell you very kindly: grab a cucumber, put them in vertical stance in a chair and sit down.

And just FYI, I'd been saying this if Jackson were Macedonian, Japanese, Congolese or Russian.

Verathia
13 Jun 15, 20:32
Of course of course...

Big Willy
13 Jun 15, 21:12
No cucumber? A vector then, Verathiuhh?

Pimpin
13 Jun 15, 21:17
i can imagine how fif would react if we spend 35 m on a 28 year old( next season 29)

iThrowRocksAtBlindKids
13 Jun 15, 23:33
I never understood the whole Zlatan returning to bbilan thing. Unless they were willing to pay more than what PSG already pay him, which is extremely doubtful, why would he take a pay cut to MAYBE play CL football again in another year. He's no spring chicken and PSG are a good signing or two away from being serious contenders for the CL this coming season .

Batman
14 Jun 15, 02:19
Anyone who says Jackson worth that money is wrong. It's a big gamble, that money could be spent on safer bets. No doubt Jackson has all the qualities to succceed..but still, he is overpriced. Porto again doing a fantastic job.

wicked wizard
14 Jun 15, 03:26
Which other forwards can millan get tho? The pool of established players to choose from is kinda small these days.

Nyall
14 Jun 15, 04:04
Anyone who says Jackson worth that money is wrong. It's a big gamble, that money could be spent on safer bets. No doubt Jackson has all the qualities to succceed..but still, he is overpriced. Porto again doing a fantastic job.
Safer bets.. Like Medel + Dodo + Guarin + Scheletto..

wera
15 Jun 15, 13:35
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CHieaX2UsAA2U0f.jpg

Karamja
15 Jun 15, 14:08
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CHilBhXWUAA31LN.png:large

wera
15 Jun 15, 14:10
hahahahhahahahhahahahahhahha I just lost my shit here

Xifio
25 Jun 15, 13:18
I never understood the whole Zlatan returning to bbilan thing. Unless they were willing to pay more than what PSG already pay him, which is extremely doubtful, why would he take a pay cut to MAYBE play CL football again in another year. He's no spring chicken and PSG are a good signing or two away from being serious contenders for the CL this coming season .because football is a job, and life is about more than work ... where you live matters ...

that's not to say that I don't agree about him having another go in the CL with Paris Serie-a Germain ...

.h.
25 Jun 15, 13:22
Cuz you'd give up like 6 million Euros a year after tax ...

Dylan
25 Jun 15, 13:24
Cuz you'd give up like 6 million Euros a year after tax ...

If I had been getting paid in and around 6 million for the last decade it wouldn't factor in as much.

Xifio
25 Jun 15, 13:30
leaving aside the fact that there are things money can't buy:

6 mil a year for 1 year = 6 million ... he can make that up by signing literally one extra endorsement deal ...

Dylan
25 Jun 15, 20:50
6 mil a year for 1 year = 6 million ...

FIF is not the place for complex mathematics.

.h.
25 Jun 15, 20:52
If I had been getting paid in and around 6 million for the last decade it wouldn't factor in as much.

At his age, most players are going for the fattest fucking pay check they can get their hands on.

Xifio
25 Jun 15, 23:52
most players aren't Zlatan ... :shades:

Andysam
26 Jun 15, 17:51
Anyway, do you guys want to smell like Ibra? (hahahaha)

http://40.media.tumblr.com/1b6ec76edbdb8db97bcd77fa1cb7201c/tumblr_nqd4012YoT1qfvcb1o1_500.jpg

http://41.media.tumblr.com/56279d3709a3dfca1c3397b48bf04026/tumblr_nq1xndDQPW1qfvcb1o1_500.jpg

iThrowRocksAtBlindKids
26 Jun 15, 18:01
No thanks. I'll stick with my Sex Panther cologne.

JJM
09 Jul 15, 21:57
http://www.corrieredellosport.it/edicola/prima_pagina_xl.jpg
:awwyeah:

Mancio wants Ibra back as there is a pro-Ibra movement at Inter

Ronin
09 Jul 15, 22:02
We haven't even signed Jovetic properly and we're looking for his replacement. :oblivious:

JJM
09 Jul 15, 22:06
We haven't even signed Jovetic properly and we're looking for his replacement. :oblivious:

it's ok Ronin we are getting another Albanian so you can forget Shaq when he leaves :oblivious:

http://forzainterforums.com/showthread.php?9270-Primavera-Transfer-Speculation&p=1415084&viewfull=1#post1415084

AvantiRagazzi
09 Jul 15, 22:06
No way it'll happen.

Fapuccino
09 Jul 15, 22:07
Ibra + Icardi would be awesome. And I don't mean footballing wise (although that too...I guess)

Starmo4
09 Jul 15, 22:08
jovetic icardi

Ibra

Kova Medel Kondog

JJM
09 Jul 15, 22:08
No way it'll happen.

it's not gonna happen but if it happens...


https://38.media.tumblr.com/829852a400b0dc5b20051f1373563782/tumblr_nhgxat9d2O1sb3frlo1_500.gif

I would luv us getting Ibra so we can rub it in Bbilan's noses some more :awwyeah:

also remember it was CDS who first said K-Dog to Inter when all the rest said nope Bbilan...Andrea Ramazzotti is Mancio's good friend who works for CDS...

Ronin
09 Jul 15, 22:10
it's ok Ronin we are getting another Albanian so you can forget Shaq when he leaves :oblivious:

http://forzainterforums.com/showthread.php?9270-Primavera-Transfer-Speculation&p=1415084&viewfull=1#post1415084
Behrami. :yao:

Fapuccino
09 Jul 15, 22:10
The funniest part is that these shit newspapers like Daily Mail, Correro, AS, etc... by making up false rumours, actually give ideas to the agents and in some corrupted way it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.

JJM
09 Jul 15, 22:12
Behrami. :yao:

Click on the fucking link


The funniest part is that these shit newspapers like Daily Mail, Correro, AS, etc... by making up false rumours, actually give ideas to the agents and in some corrupted way it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.

it was CDS who first said K-Dog to Inter when all the rest said nope Bbilan...Andrea Ramazzotti is Mancio's good friend who works for CDS...

Javier Zanetti
09 Jul 15, 22:13
That's crazy talk

Starmo4
09 Jul 15, 22:13
The funniest part is that these shit newspapers like Daily Mail, Correro, AS, etc... by making up false rumours, actually give ideas to the agents and in some corrupted way it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.


Makes sense, still think Shaq roumors are shit :depress:

AvantiRagazzi
09 Jul 15, 22:17
I just don't see how he would possibly fit in any formation unless Icardi is sold. His wages are also ridiculous and I think Galliani will gladly overpay greatly to avoid him coming here (both re wages and fee)

wera
09 Jul 15, 22:18
Fuck it. Do it. Ibra n Icardi duo sounds frightening.

4312, here we come.

Starmo4
09 Jul 15, 22:19
Dare to Zlatan. Inter has Mancini,batter players and formula :)

wera
09 Jul 15, 22:20
This is the craziest rumour all summer, I might enjoy this one just for the sake of milanistas losing their minds.

Javier Zanetti
09 Jul 15, 22:22
We should definitely go for it, at least to raise the price for Milan, if not to get him.

Ronin
09 Jul 15, 22:23
Imagine 4-2-4 when chasing a result.


Jovetic - Ibrahimovic - Icardi - Shaqiri
Kovacic - Kondogbia

TGDella
09 Jul 15, 22:39
Lollll. Well hypothetically who'd be happy with this: sell icardi, buy jojo+ibra?

J..
09 Jul 15, 22:43
Lollll. Well hypothetically who'd be happy with this: sell icardi, buy jojo+ibra?

33 yo Ibrahimovic and one of the most injury prone players out there? I like Zlatan but he isn't the future for this club and it doesn't make much sense as we should talk about BUILDING a mercato winning team like Juventus did.

JJM
09 Jul 15, 22:57
CorSport - Inter bursts of Ibra. In the club there is a pro-Zlatan vibe. Mancini has made peace with the Swede
09/07/2015 23:51 Daniel Alfieri Twitter:DaniAlfieri article read 19930 times
© photo by Daniele Buffa / Image Sport


"Ibra, bursts Inter." This the sensational opening of Corriere dello Sport edition due out on newsstands tomorrow. The Rome daily paper of a new idea of the Nerazzurri for the Swedish ace of Paris Saint-Germain. "Mancini has long made peace with Zlatan and now considers him the ideal to win right away. It would be a huge blow to Milan after Kondogbia". A block in the company would be pushing for his return. Closer meanwhile Stevan Jovetic, for which it was reached in day also the agreement with Manchester City.

Ibra-Icardi
Jovetic/Shaq
Kova-Medel-K-Dog
Zuka-Muri-Miranda-Montoya
Handa

Scudo winning side right there :megusta:

Javier Zanetti
09 Jul 15, 22:57
33 yo Ibrahimovic and one of the most injury prone players out there? I like Zlatan but he isn't the future for this club and it doesn't make much sense as we should talk about BUILDING a mercato winning team like Juventus did.
We'll see if this rumor gains any momentum or is just BS, but Ibrahimovic is one of a few players who consistently makes a difference, he can be a one-man-attack, and imo has the fitness to keep playing at a high level until he decides to quit.
Then there's the non-technical aspect: he would be the only player on our team with great marketing value, and getting a player of his caliber is a real sign of intent to fans and players.
For me it all depends on how much he would cost between transfer fees and wages, I'd be happy to give up Perisic to get him and play 4-3-1-2, if the cost is similar.

Since you mentioned Juve, getting Zlatan wouldn't be that different from how they got 4 more years out of Pirlo.

JJM
09 Jul 15, 23:05
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOQidVNAzcg

I don't care what you mofos say this guy was god like for us!

KevinB
09 Jul 15, 23:14
Well that is unexpected

Verathia
09 Jul 15, 23:18
I'd rather Milan get that lowlife.

Starmo4
09 Jul 15, 23:19
We deal again with Riola , 2 year contract, 5+ mil wages , 5 mil agent fee, 15mil shipped to PSG

interista4
09 Jul 15, 23:20
Meh this is bullshit but honestly who wouldn't want Ibra? With him that's 100% UCL spot, which should cover his wage costs even if they are too much. Also possibly a slim chance at the scudetto.

Don't even dislike him, most of the stuff he said and wrote about Inter are true.

But as I said, bullshit obviously. We don't have the money to pay his wages, let alone the transfer fee PSG will be demanding

DIN011
09 Jul 15, 23:21
I'd rather Milan get that lowlife.

Don't know whether I should :lol: or :palm:

interista4
09 Jul 15, 23:21
I'd rather Milan get that lowlife.

Put your feelings aside, if you want Milan back in UCL instead of us sure let them have him.

Big Willy
09 Jul 15, 23:23
We could sell Kondogbia for 41M and get him easily though.

alvaro
09 Jul 15, 23:28
Fucking papers making shit like this up and playing with my feelings. I didn't fully appreciate Zlatan as a player nor as a man when he played for us (and before that), but now he's my nr1 favourite by a mile and he would still boss the shit out of Serie A for 1 or 2 seasons. Not gonna happen though. Nope. Not.

http://e0.365dm.com/15/06/768x432/M0c3FudTocjijb3PCfLIfZLteQlZrmSZ.jpg

Javier Zanetti
09 Jul 15, 23:45
Fucking papers making shit like this up and playing with my feelings. I didn't fully appreciate Zlatan as a player nor as a man when he played for us (and before that), but now he's my nr1 favourite by a mile and he would still boss the shit out of Serie A for 1 or 2 seasons. Not gonna happen though. Nope. Not.

1 or 2 seasons? Toni is still bossing it at 38. Consider the amount of Serie A defenders that are able to stop Zlatan.
Agree with you about the last part.

Batman
10 Jul 15, 00:53
Imagine:

- Icardi forced to play on the wings.
- The amount of times Icardi will be yelled at.
- We'll win Scudetto.
- Milan fans will be pissed as fuck.

Still think that CdS editors are either drunk or bored

slow motion
10 Jul 15, 02:59
it's fine because it's just a rumour. But if his coming becomes reality then i'll feel really embarrassed. i think interisti must be embarrased. Just remembering on the way of his departure. No doubt, we still can be successful without him. moreover, he has turned into the aging ibra.

http://i610.photobucket.com/albums/tt187/Ikhsan1210/FIF%20GIF/tumblr_np6vdhO00J1rpcl4mo1_500_zpsbesqipgi.gif

TheNetworkZ
10 Jul 15, 03:23
But he's not even world class.

Nyall
10 Jul 15, 03:51
Never gonna happen, but guys in our state right now, the return of Ibracadabra would be perfect. Zlatan alone has a massive brand and delivers most in the league (which happens to be the only competition we'll be focusing on this year). He will actually get eyes on Inter and has proven to be a difference maker in those games that we have struggled to pick up three "easy" points in.

b4h4mooth
10 Jul 15, 04:12
The only way we can get Zlatan to Inter is if we sign Pique first.

BasedGodPunk
10 Jul 15, 05:04
I'll pass. We have Icardi. Ibra can't play on the wing can he? Only way it would make any sense is to play with two up front strikers.

ADRossi
10 Jul 15, 05:05
Ibra - Icardi attempting to kill each other would be more entertaining than Osvaldo - Icardi.

emcct
10 Jul 15, 05:06
Ibra, all though it turned out that he was a complete a-hole and a liar, still is a world class player. There is no doubt that having him is a huge boost.. However I think there is too much history there to bring him back.

If he leaves PSG it will be for Milan

bandiera
10 Jul 15, 05:10
even if we had the money for his wages and PSG were willing to let him go, ibra would never come back to inter because he is too proud. it would be way too embarrassing for him to return after the disgraceful way he left.

Javier Zanetti
10 Jul 15, 06:16
The only way we can get Zlatan to Inter is if we sign Maxwell first.
fixed

pazza moratti
10 Jul 15, 06:21
I think he will stay at PSG or goes some team which play in CL. He is 33 and has not won a CL trophy, so I cant see him at Inter or Milan shirt anymore

ScottishInterista
10 Jul 15, 08:28
Could imagine Mancini giving him the captaincy if he took it from frog

Pajo
10 Jul 15, 08:33
I really don't think Ibra - Icardi can work.. And i also dont believe in this rumor a bit lol

wera
10 Jul 15, 08:47
Ibra - Icardi could work like Osvaldo - Icardi worked. Two dangerous players like that can be lethal together, especially since Ibra is known to create chances out of nothing.

Funny rumour.

JJM
10 Jul 15, 13:02
CdS and Mediaset say it ain't a crazy idea and that Inter won't deny it as Raiola was seen at Appiano in late May
and then had a meet with ET a few days later,was it in Berlin for the final?!.They speculated for names and now they think it was for Ibra.
PSG want 6mil for him however Bbilan are offering him 6mil wages for 3 years.
Inter is thinking about a move...

Shaun
10 Jul 15, 13:12
Ibra - Icardi attempting to kill each other would be more entertaining than Osvaldo - Icardi.

In what world would Icardi have the balls to mess with Ibra?

Manusnovic
10 Jul 15, 13:17
But he's not even world class.

hmm, The networkz, can you tell me the criteria you use for identifying a world class player?

Ronin
10 Jul 15, 13:35
Mancini must've realized no way he can make a winning team, why not just get Ibra to do all the work for him.

IRR26
10 Jul 15, 13:38
Hmmm Ibra leaving...

...PSG's odds for winning CL just got better. :awyeah:

wera
10 Jul 15, 13:51
Ibra is so good, he is capable of teaching any side how to win CL.

Cal
10 Jul 15, 14:45
Osvaldo - Icardi worked, and Ibra is like Osvlado only 20 times better at everything and slightly less of a dickhead.

.h.
10 Jul 15, 15:03
Don't think we can afford him but I would happily have him vack

One thing to think about is didn't er give icardi or kondogbia a 'top earner' clause?

Shark
10 Jul 15, 15:05
What's the top earner clause?

.h.
10 Jul 15, 15:08
Heard a rumour that someone was guaranteed to be a top earner at the club. Presumably that means if someone else makes more, the former gets an immediate pay raise

Shaun
10 Jul 15, 15:58
More like the jealous bitch clause

Pravesh
10 Jul 15, 16:13
More like the jealous bitch clause

If that is the case, then it would be either Icardi or Kondo later on. But what is gonna happen if we decide to sign Messi then? :D

I ain't a fan of Zlatan but he would definitely make our attack great for sure, who would also be a perfect partner for Icardi (on paper at least). Oh yeah, if that does happen by any chance, Mancini would have to play with two strikers upfront. Thus, it doesn't make sense at the moment.

Zlatan is 33 but still would give us instant success - Scudetto challenge & back to Champs League.

Zlatan brings one thing for sure - Scudetto 100% !!

:)

ElDuccio
10 Jul 15, 16:16
http://www.inter.it/img/85597-800.jpg

Ronaldo
10 Jul 15, 16:16
He didn't win the Scudetto in his last year in Milan so not a 100% lol

Pravesh
10 Jul 15, 16:21
He didn't win the Scudetto in his last year in Milan so not a 100% lol

:@ :D

Then, lets say he would mean Scudetto 85-95%. Just like the percentage calculation, when we are close to signing players.

BasedGodPunk
10 Jul 15, 16:59
Unless Mancini plans on altering his desired formation, it makes no sense to buy him. Well, outside of pissing off Milan fans.

Ffi201zi002tlis
10 Jul 15, 17:16
so the plan is getting Ibra and win Scudetto this year, then sell him for 1 Mil profit and win CL next year :notbad:

Javier Zanetti
10 Jul 15, 17:22
Unless Mancini plans on altering his desired formation, it makes no sense to buy him. Well, outside of pissing off Milan fans.
Mancini is still undecided between 4-3-3 and 4-3-1-2, it is pretty clear by his words and actions that it will depend on the players he gets, so bringing in another striker shouldn't require a tactical change.

Andysam
10 Jul 15, 17:45
This is the craziest rumour all summer, I might enjoy this one just for the sake of milanistas losing their minds.

That was my reaction when I read it too. I'm pretty sure he is not leaving PSG, but it's a nice rumour, xD.


Imagine:

- Icardi forced to play on the wings.
- The amount of times Icardi will be yelled at.
- We'll win Scudetto.
- Milan fans will be pissed as fuck.

Still think that CdS editors are either drunk or bored


Never gonna happen, but guys in our state right now, the return of Ibracadabra would be perfect. Zlatan alone has a massive brand and delivers most in the league (which happens to be the only competition we'll be focusing on this year). He will actually get eyes on Inter and has proven to be a difference maker in those games that we have struggled to pick up three "easy" points in.



Mancini must've realized no way he can make a winning team, why not just get Ibra to do all the work for him.


so the plan is getting Ibra and win Scudetto this year, then sell him for 1 Mil profit and win CL next year :notbad:

All of this, I mean, we can win the Scudetto with Ibra and then when we get to CL finally sell him (and Mancini) to the MLS or something, hahahaha.


The only way we can get Zlatan to Inter is if we sign Pique first.
Funny (but the one about Maxwell it's true, bring Maxwell and we automatically get Ibra, it's like a 2X1 deal with them).

Alessio
10 Jul 15, 20:08
Firstly, Ibra is a Swede/Bosnian - he is a professional football player and has no particular feelings for either Inter or Milan. He plays where he sees chances of success and also earn plenty of money in the process.

Secondly, Ibra is a fantastic player with a special charisma - bringing a player like him to Inter would not only make the current squad happier, but would also send a signal to other players that Inter is being serious to bring the club back to glory.

Thirdly - Inter took Crespo back from Milan too. With foreigners (there are exceptions of course such as JZ) football is primarily a business opportunity, not mingling with the fans. Yes, they need to feel valued and comfortable with the fans, but they will always look for an opportunity to go to a club with more money and better perspective.

All in all - if there is a chance in hell to sign Ibra, DO IT.

Lui
10 Jul 15, 22:23
Zlatan left Inter on a sour note? I dont recall that, please explain.

Wallace
11 Jul 15, 01:28
Firstly, Ibra is a Swede/Bosnian - he is a professional football player and has no particular feelings for either Inter or Milan. He plays where he sees chances of success and also earn plenty of money in the process.

Secondly, Ibra is a fantastic player with a special charisma - bringing a player like him to Inter would not only make the current squad happier, but would also send a signal to other players that Inter is being serious to bring the club back to glory.

Thirdly - Inter took Crespo back from Milan too. With foreigners (there are exceptions of course such as JZ) football is primarily a business opportunity, not mingling with the fans. Yes, they need to feel valued and comfortable with the fans, but they will always look for an opportunity to go to a club with more money and better perspective.

All in all - if there is a chance in hell to sign Ibra, DO IT.

Hmmmmm.....but he's not world class.

Universe
11 Jul 15, 02:20
Zlatan left Inter on a sour note? I dont recall that, please explain.

I wouldn't say he left on a sour note. It's what happened after he left that wasn't particularly friendly. Firstly, it was reported that he asked to come back to inter after a season at Barca but we declined. No idea how valid that report was but take it as you will. Secondly, he played for Milan, won them the scudetto, had that big 'tackle' with Materazzi etc and there were some words thrown around here and there from both sides while Ibra was at Milan. Nothing severe IMO, but nothing that would have been considered friendly or nice.

TheNetworkZ
11 Jul 15, 03:02
It'd be really cool to have him return IF we were going to play a 4-3-1-2. He's also one of those players who, despite his age, will still maintain some resale vale.

Armes
11 Jul 15, 04:42
I don't want him. Overpaid wages for a year or two with a bit of comedy and arrogance.

Lui
11 Jul 15, 06:28
Some arrogance would be welcome to an often chicken-shit, toothless team.

Hugo Boss
11 Jul 15, 07:44
Ibra's gf is older right???
He won't come since Icardi's here. :D

SSJuwita
11 Jul 15, 08:44
I wouldn't say he left on a sour note. It's what happened after he left that wasn't particularly friendly. Firstly, it was reported that he asked to come back to inter after a season at Barca but we declined. No idea how valid that report was but take it as you will. Secondly, he played for Milan, won them the scudetto, had that big 'tackle' with Materazzi etc and there were some words thrown around here and there from both sides while Ibra was at Milan. Nothing severe IMO, but nothing that would have been considered friendly or nice.

And also the penalty kick against Julione,sticking out his tongue

wera
11 Jul 15, 08:53
Those two players knew eachother and that was just some friendly banter. /my perspective

IRR26
11 Jul 15, 09:41
GDS reporting Ibra possibly going to Milan

http://www.gazzetta.it/Calciomercato/11-07-2015/milan-ibra-via-libera-psg-55-milioni-c-patto-galliani-raiola-120514677468.shtml

Milan just sold El Shaarawy to Monaco.

Inter2010
11 Jul 15, 12:10
I hate him, but wouldn't mind if he came back, mancio and ibra were made for each other.

interista4
11 Jul 15, 13:43
GDS reporting Ibra possibly going to Milan

http://www.gazzetta.it/Calciomercato/11-07-2015/milan-ibra-via-libera-psg-55-milioni-c-patto-galliani-raiola-120514677468.shtml

Milan just sold El Shaarawy to Monaco.

Reported 7.5m wages and 5M transfer fee. That's a steal for that sum but I doubt that it will happen.

Shaun
11 Jul 15, 14:02
Would be bad news for us. Juve will get one CL spot, and the other two would have gone to us, Napoli, or Roma, but if Zlatan sign with Milan they're back to being a serious contender imo.

JJM
11 Jul 15, 14:54
https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/467715442308444160/9gcHc9Nd_bigger.jpegLoLcebaLce‏@lolcebalce (https://twitter.com/lolcebalce)

Ibra is not coming back.


the oracle has spoken :yao:

Verathia
11 Jul 15, 15:09
Zlatan game is declining rapidly. Milan can take him. He is NOT what we need right now. "put you feelings aside" sorry I care about the integrity of our team...

M.Adnan
11 Jul 15, 16:45
This would be an excellent signing for Milan. Forget about his age and personality, as long as he can score and create important goals and regularly win Milan important points in the league then that all what matters in football.

I wouldn't agree on signing him if you're building a team for the future and you're willing to wait years before starting to get your intended performances, but if you want immediate results then players like Ibrahimovic are the right thing to do. Of course Milan need that CL spot badly and immediately, just like us.

However, getting him to actually perform is another story.

Shaun
11 Jul 15, 17:20
Zlatan game is declining rapidly. Milan can take him. He is NOT what we need right now. "put you feelings aside" sorry I care about the integrity of our team...

One average season and it has to be because he is declining rapidly? People were saying Palacio was finished during the first half of last season, and in the second half he was close to being our best player

Howl
11 Jul 15, 17:55
But Palacio still isn't the same player he was at the start for us. He was starting to put away some of his chances again in the latter half of the season rather than missing sitters like before. And being close to our best player doesn't mean much seeing as the team in general was poor last season..

At Ibra's age it is justified why some may think he is declining.. I don't think he was as good as before, still not a terrible player by any means. I would rather we spent the money on another forward. His wages would be far too expensive and he will most likely become slightly more injury prone. Everyone is hyping him up to be god that he will single handedly drag us to CL places with ease :lol:.

thatdude
11 Jul 15, 18:20
I don't care if we get him I just don't want Milan to. If they get Ibra and manage to pull off Witsel deal they are looking like a lock for CL.

The good thing is neither Roma nor Napoli look all that scary based on their transfer moves (thus far). We know what we're going to get from them. IMO Roma is going to take a step back this year as I think Garcia has lost his luster after last season. Napoli is anyone's guess, they will probably sell Higuain and I doubt they'll get a player of similar caliber, not to mention we have no idea how Sarri will do managing a bigger club.

Shaun
11 Jul 15, 18:33
Agreed, while Fiorentina seem lost, and Lazio do not have a deep enough squad to handle Serie A and Europe.

Lui
11 Jul 15, 18:51
Ibra automatically makes a team a contender, but milan is a special case. They have failed to address their horrible bckline and mediocre midfield for years, while consistently investing in attacking players.

Javier Zanetti
11 Jul 15, 18:57
Ibra automatically makes a team a contender, but milan is a special case. They have failed to address their horrible bckline and mediocre midfield for years, while consistently investing in attacking players.
They spend a lot of money and barely improved the team's quality, but with Ibra they have an opportunity to massively improve it (without mentioning Ibra's value off the pitch) with a relatively small investment. It would be smart of us to make an offer, at least to raise the price for them.

The777
11 Jul 15, 19:02
Bilan already have Menez, Bacca, Luiz Adriano, Bonaventura, Cerci (not sure if he returned back to Atletico), Matri and Honda for offense. Who's gonna leave if they get Ibra, especially considering that they got two new forwards who may not accept bench very easily??

Javier Zanetti
11 Jul 15, 19:05
Bilan already have Menez, Bacca, Luiz Adriano, Bonaventura, Cerci (not sure if he returned back to Atletico), Matri and Honda for offense. Who's gonna leave if they get Ibra, especially considering that they got two new forwards who may not accept bench very easily??
Some of those are midfielders, and I think they're trying to get rid off all of them (minus the new arrivals)
If Ibra does move there I would expect them to play him behind Bacca, with Niang or Menez as Ibra's back-up, and L. Adriano as Bacca's back-up.

Anyways Ibra is better than all of them, if he accepts a pay-cut to play for a disgusting club with mediocre team mates than it's a no-brainer for them :)

Cal
11 Jul 15, 21:30
Yeah, the biggest incentive to get Ibra would be just to block milan imo, after that's what perennial title winners like jube and bayern always seem to do to great effect.

b4h4mooth
11 Jul 15, 23:51
Media shit, why would Zlatan play for milan or inter , he wants champion league, something that neither offer it.

Ronaldo
11 Jul 15, 23:59
I don't think he cares much about CL at this stage of his career. He probably looks for a big fat cheque before retiring.

Verathia
12 Jul 15, 02:19
I don't think he cares much about CL at this stage of his career. He probably looks for a big fat cheque before retiring.

Which is something we should not give him. He is at the end of his career and we have no money!

Javier Zanetti
12 Jul 15, 02:25
I don't think he cares much about CL at this stage of his career. He probably looks for a big fat cheque before retiring.

What the journalists are saying is that he would earn about half of what he's currently making in Paris, but get a longer contract, and that he just really likes living in Milan.

slow motion
12 Jul 15, 03:16
I'll pass. We have Icardi. Ibra can't play on the wing can he? Only way it would make any sense is to play with two up front strikers.

Ibra would suprisingly become our prima punta because of mancini's fetishism in 4-3-3 by ruling icardi out, in addition, Icardi's keeping ball technique is shit

Pravesh
12 Jul 15, 05:02
We did play with two strikers upfront yesterday huh (after the same was rumoured to being implemented in some training sessions as well). :D

Kazaan
12 Jul 15, 07:26
I cannot describe on how many levels I hate this rumor.

wera
24 Aug 15, 12:17
Zlatan once took a lie detector test. The machine confessed everything.

Zlatan doesn't scroll with a mouse. He uses a lion.

When Zlatan was a child, his parents slept in his bed when they were scared.

When Zlatan comes to your house, you're the guest.

The man who created fire went next door to tell his friends and found Zlatan having a barbecue.

b4h4mooth
24 Aug 15, 12:28
When zlatan doesnt score the goalkeeper is Chuck Norris

wera
24 Aug 15, 12:34
When Zlatan does not score it's his double playing, because Zlatan is too busy saving the world.

skyline1908
24 Aug 15, 12:54
Icardi Ibrahim

Jojo

Not gonna happen but it would be so awsome

Zlatan4life
08 Sep 15, 13:22
It happened for a week ago, just a few days before the game against Russia.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByG4PCeavZU


Fully understandable why Zlatan reacted in that way, great response :)

Ronin
08 Sep 15, 13:26
It's not fully understandable. He asked something and Ibra went on about something else.

Zlatan4life
08 Sep 15, 14:22
It's not fully understandable. He asked something and Ibra went on about something else.

It was a press conference about the game against Russia and from nowhere, the journalist asked about Zlatan's buisness such as perfume, Dressman (fashion chain) to name a few examples.

Zlatan obviously knows him very well and knows exactly why he got that completely irrelevant question, his answer was world class, as his answers always are when media tries to harass him.

The journalist thinks he is a smart ass but Zlatan saw straight though his pathetic attempt to shit on him.

.h.
08 Sep 15, 15:00
that was weak as shit comebacks

Zlatan4life
08 Sep 15, 15:21
Here's something non-Swedes on ForzaInterForums should be aware of:

Zlatan has learned the hard way not to take the bait and has been vary consistent in his way with these douche bag Swedish journalists. He knows why the question was asked and what purpose it serve the douche asking it. Swedish media has tried very hard to get under his skin but they have never managed because Zlatan has never allowed them to. He simply brush them of his skin like the cockroaches they are.

Here is a long article by the journalist who asked the irrelevant question (although it's in Swedish) where this very douche complain about Zlatan and trash talk him. With these pseudo journalis, trying to sell headlines and trash stories, it is no wonder Zlatan behave the way he does to them.

http://cafe.se/olof-lundh-zlatan/

Batman
08 Sep 15, 15:40
:yao:

Andysam
08 Sep 15, 15:45
Well, honestly, thinking about what happened after, he could have just answered something like that was not place and time to such question or just leave it with the "I do it for fun"... That way the journalists wouldn't start saying stuff like he is a bad example and how everything is allowed to him and blablablabla more whining.

But anyway Ibra has always been like this (or well, for a long time) so this shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone. Haha.

Devious
08 Sep 15, 19:29
:)

SwedishInterista
11 Sep 15, 19:53
Here's something non-Swedes on ForzaInterForums should be aware of:

Zlatan has learned the hard way not to take the bait and has been vary consistent in his way with these douche bag Swedish journalists. He knows why the question was asked and what purpose it serve the douche asking it. Swedish media has tried very hard to get under his skin but they have never managed because Zlatan has never allowed them to. He simply brush them of his skin like the cockroaches they are.

Here is a long article by the journalist who asked the irrelevant question (although it's in Swedish) where this very douche complain about Zlatan and trash talk him. With these pseudo journalis, trying to sell headlines and trash stories, it is no wonder Zlatan behave the way he does to them.

http://cafe.se/olof-lundh-zlatan/

Tror inte dem hajar det svenska spåket, å inte vilken kung han är heller:)

Devious
11 Sep 15, 21:03
:)

Dearman
25 Sep 15, 05:55
Zlaton is rated as the 40th best forwards of all-time by this interesting site http://xtraimmortal.blogspot.com/2013/07/Forward.html
It rates players by methodological design and implementation.

Zlatan4life
28 Sep 15, 18:47
http://giant.gfycat.com/UniqueCookedGharial.mp4

Zlatan was just trying to be friendly :)

Handoyo
17 Oct 15, 13:19
Currently reading his biography "I am Zlatan"

Great read so far, what a character :lol:

.h.
18 Oct 15, 16:34
Isnt that the book that was ghost written by someone who made up all the quotes?

bandiera
19 Oct 15, 04:23
Isnt that the book that was ghost written by someone who made up all the quotes?

:trollol: I laughed my ass off when I read about that a few months ago. Although, I remember thinking something was wrong when he said that he left Inter on really good terms and a lot of the absurd things he said about fellow players.



edit; his biographer: "I tried to find the literary Ibrahimovic.” :lol:

.h.
19 Oct 15, 09:17
Yeah it's basically a biographical fiction based vaguely on ibra

Sassuolu
19 Oct 15, 09:47
The way he talked about his time at Inter was ridiculous though, mostly BS.

Matt90
10 Nov 15, 16:43
http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/34777717

Zlatan won his 10th Swedish footballer of the year title earlier, 9th in a row, granted there's not much competition anymore but that's still impressive longetivity at a high level.

The Paris St-Germain striker has won a record 10th Guldbollen (Golden Ball), the award given to the best male footballer in his home country.
It is the ninth year in a row that Ibrahimovic has lifted the award.
He won it for the first time in 2005, and has won it every year since former Arsenal midfielder Fredrik Ljungberg triumphed in 2006.
No other player has won the award more than twice.
This year Ibrahimovic won a historic French domestic treble, reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League and became PSG's all-time record scorer.
Since his first Guldbollen win, Ibrahimovic has played for Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan and PSG, commanding transfer fees of £150m.

Javier'sSon
10 Nov 15, 16:46
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUga24jTf6g
:slick:

Bergkamp
11 Dec 15, 21:50
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9GLDzD3EG8

Head of Steel!

Pimpin
11 Dec 15, 22:13
world class save

Pajo
11 Dec 15, 23:36
Head of Steel!

Just shows his bosnian roots :lol:

Pimpin
11 Dec 15, 23:41
he still lacks the big bosnian head

Hasan
12 Dec 15, 01:17
You're just jealous

.h.
15 Dec 15, 10:33
hahaha nice save

firmino
17 Dec 15, 05:20
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9GLDzD3EG8

Head of Steel!

It reminds me of that time I did the same thing (though not in champions league :) ). It hurts a lot when the shot is so strong

J..
17 Dec 15, 09:09
I like the way he keeps his arms behinds his back all the time.

Ronin
17 Dec 15, 12:58
I like the way he keeps his arms behinds his back all the time.
#fairplayibra

Handoyo
17 Dec 15, 15:58
Will you enjoy Star Wars 7 if you didn't see 123 and didn't like 456?

I don't like most space movies for some reason, but I do like the Star Trek movies, despite having almost zero knowledge about it.

Is it the same case with Star Wars 7?

.h.
17 Dec 15, 15:59
Will you enjoy Star Wars 7 if you didn't see 123 and didn't like 456?

I don't like most space movies for some reason, but I do like the Star Trek movies, despite having almost zero knowledge about it.

Is it the same case with Star Wars 7?

:yao:

Javier'sSon
17 Dec 15, 16:00
It's his birthday, let him be. (cough*drunk*cough)

Handoyo
18 Dec 15, 12:32
well fuck me :yao:

I was searching the Movies thread and I was like...wtf there's a fucking bug in the forum, where did my post go

There it is :yao:

.h.
18 Dec 15, 12:35
its cuz the forum admins r shit yo

ScottishInterista
18 Dec 15, 13:30
Time to bring out the banhammer

wera
19 Dec 15, 16:59
http://www.101greatgoals.com/101ggvideos/golazos/zlatan-ibrahimovic-scores-an-absolute-belter-for-psg-v-caen-videos/

This guy is just too good.

His shot the previous game where he struck the bar was sick too.

ScottishInterista
19 Dec 15, 19:28
could almost say world class....

Ronin
19 Dec 15, 20:01
Wrecking every opponent in the mighty Ligue 1 and good ol' Champions League.

.h.
19 Dec 15, 20:25
good old zlats. he's spent his life running from uncompetitive league to uncompetitive league, so he can show off the number of sequential league titles he's won. It's like if Ronaldinho went to China and won 20 years running. Great fucking job.

Dont know why he's scared of a challenge, Arsenal have been after him since before Ajax, he could have easily said yes and tried to compete in a real league.

Pussy mentality. There you go. He wont be remembered after our generation.

KevinB
19 Dec 15, 20:50
good old zlats. he's spent his life running from uncompetitive league to uncompetitive league, so he can show off the number of sequential league titles he's won. It's like if Ronaldinho went to China and won 20 years running. Great fucking job.

Dont know why he's scared of a challenge, Arsenal have been after him since before Ajax, he could have easily said yes and tried to compete in a real league.

Pussy mentality. There you go. He wont be remembered after our generation.

This post is pure :palm: from a regular quality poster.

Serie A, Eredivisie, Ligue 1 and Priméra Division. All uncompetitive leagues apparently.

He wasn't guaranteed a starting spot at Arsenal, it's like saying (for instance) fuck Robben for playing at Groningen and PSV instead of playing for a massive team. This isn't pussy mentality, but just being clever.

From what I gather from your post is that it seems you find any competition other than the Premier Division uncompetitive?

Now, don't get me wrong, for what Zlatan did to Inter, I dislike the fucker. But not remembering after our generation? Zlatan is one of the great players there ever was.

.h.
19 Dec 15, 20:58
Played at juve when they were dominating. Moved to inter when we were dominating. Moved to barca when they were dominating. The closest he's ever had to a challenge was first season at ac when juve were on the up and we were in the down. Now psg where they are so much better than any competition it's a joke.

Zlatan has failed to ever sustain a challenge at the top level. He was at barca for one season before he was shipped out at a world record loss. Greatest of our generation? Purely hypothetical because he never let himself be consistently tested at that level. Should have manned up and gone to a big league with a big club with big competition and seen if he could have done what he's done.

Pimpin
19 Dec 15, 21:01
when you see a browha post in zlatans threadddddddddddddddddd wohoooo :proud: :D:D:D:D

.h.
19 Dec 15, 21:04
when you see a browha post in zlatans threadddddddddddddddddd wohoooo :proud: :D:D:D:D

Sometimes you just need a bit of fun in life

- - - Updated - - -

and no of course not i dont think only the premiership is competitive. But he joined teams who were obviously the best in the league already (except for Milan 2010/11) and just made them even stronger. The premiership has had a really good mix of winners in the last decade, to be honest, and La Liga was really interesting the last few years. PSG being like 50 points clear of 2nd place is just boring as flying fucking cuntshit, and going to Juve then Inter is also zzzzzz when your best competition is a pathetic milan and an imploding roma and an incompetent Juve. As soon as they get their shit together, he fucks off

Ronin
19 Dec 15, 21:09
Players have won UCL and they aren't/won't be remembered, let alone Ibrahimovic.

.h.
19 Dec 15, 21:15
the only player who didnt compete at the top level whose name i remember is lee trundle beyond inter players. And ali dia.

wicked wizard
19 Dec 15, 21:38
Sometimes you just need a bit of fun in life

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and no of course not i dont think only the premiership is competitive. But he joined teams who were obviously the best in the league already (except for Milan 2010/11) and just made them even stronger. The premiership has had a really good mix of winners in the last decade, to be honest, and La Liga was really interesting the last few years. PSG being like 50 points clear of 2nd place is just boring as flying fucking cuntshit, and going to Juve then Inter is also zzzzzz when your best competition is a pathetic milan and an imploding roma and an incompetent Juve. As soon as they get their shit together, he fucks offThis is basically the shitty but can he do it at Stoke argument.

.h.
19 Dec 15, 21:43
Not really.

wicked wizard
19 Dec 15, 21:59
Not really.so messi can't be considered a good footballer until he proves himself outside of Barcelona?

.h.
19 Dec 15, 22:13
Of course not. Messi has consistently delivered against top competition including being the key to several CL victories and elevated barca above their competition. Ibrahimvoc goes invisible in big matches and is a symptom of a successful team not a cause.

Ronin
19 Dec 15, 22:13
so messi can't be considered a good footballer until he proves himself outside of Barcelona?
Messi has already proved himself at Barcelona. Ibra has never won a Champions League in the 7 clubs he's been in. You shouldn't compare them two.

.h.
19 Dec 15, 22:18
TbH plenty of great players don't win the CL. But in general they do compete for it and they are people who elevate their teams in hard times. Not shrink away and disappear. Look forward to the inevitable citation of arsenal the one good game ibra ever played in the CL latter stages.

KevinB
19 Dec 15, 22:25
Played at juve when they were dominating. Moved to inter when we were dominating. Moved to barca when they were dominating. The closest he's ever had to a challenge was first season at ac when juve were on the up and we were in the down. Now psg where they are so much better than any competition it's a joke.

Zlatan has failed to ever sustain a challenge at the top level. He was at barca for one season before he was shipped out at a world record loss. Greatest of our generation? Purely hypothetical because he never let himself be consistently tested at that level. Should have manned up and gone to a big league with a big club with big competition and seen if he could have done what he's done.

I found those 2 lines kind of contradicting browha, he moved to big clubs constantly. Inter wasn't dominating the league, after we acquired him we started to dominate the league.

Yet still he was champion at Barça and scored a considerable amount of goals. I wonder how you feel about Michael Ballack then, he never won the Champions League and also only played for 'Big' teams. Same counts for Roberto Baggio, never won the Champions league either and played for big teams (if you don't take Bologna and Brescia obviously), Dennis Bergkamp, Cantona, Van Nistelrooy, ...

Point is, Zlatan has left an unforgettable stamp on football. Won prices with every team he has been, just because he hasn't won the champions league or hasn't taken Hull to the Premiership title doesn't make him less of worldclass. Also the fact that his national team just plain sucks and he manages to keep them in the running for group phases of European Cup/World Cup, makes him the more the unique player he is.

tl;dr : Zlatan is world class. I just don't understand your logic why you're so stubborn saying he hasn't proven anything significant to be world class.

wicked wizard
19 Dec 15, 22:40
Messi has already proved himself at Barcelona. Ibra has never won a Champions League in the 7 clubs he's been in. You shouldn't compare them two.Messi hasn't proved himself at way worse clubs like ibrahimovc has though. Just using the same logic.

Ronin
19 Dec 15, 23:01
I'm talking about European football. Ibra shits the bed everytime a big game in UCL comes up and that to me means he's no wordclass. It's not about the club, it's about the player. Ibra never carried his teams in UCL like Messi has.

Black Knight
19 Dec 15, 23:59
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oh god there's two of them now

skyline1908
20 Dec 15, 00:11
For me he is the best player on this planet.

With his physical look (size, footsize) it amazing what he has done in his career. THERE IS NO PLAYER IN HISTORY OF FOOTBALL WHO HAVE SCORED HALF OF BEAUTIFUL AMAZING GOALS ZLATAN HAS.

Its just midblowing..He has like 20 minutes long video of super goals..Every one should be Puskas award.

Pimpin
20 Dec 15, 00:13
well its a shame a great goal doesnt count as 2, this is not basketball cmon get real

skyline1908
20 Dec 15, 00:19
He is on a streak of more than 10 domestic league titles, yes?

World record?

Ronaldo never won UCL, but hes GOD

Pimpin
20 Dec 15, 00:22
He is on a streak of more than 10 domestic league titles, yes?

World record?

Ronaldo never won UCL, but hes GOD

i didnt question anything but your methodology of what makes one the "greatest ever", for you the amount of "great" goals.

Wings
20 Dec 15, 01:03
I'm talking about European football. Ibra shits the bed everytime a big game in UCL comes up and that to me means he's no wordclass. It's not about the club, it's about the player. Ibra never carried his teams in UCL like Messi has.

WW is responding to the argument that Ibra hasn't proven himself at a lesser club, not that he hasn't proven himself in the CL.

Handoyo
20 Dec 15, 01:46
Player quality aside, the number of golazos he scored in his career is fucking ridonkulous

.h.
20 Dec 15, 05:40
I found those 2 lines kind of contradicting browha, he moved to big clubs constantly. Inter wasn't dominating the league, after we acquired him we started to dominate the league.

Simplifying it to that removes a lot of WHY we managed it. Like all of Calciopoli. It's not like the league was a level playing field and then Ibra came and that was the edge we needed. I'm not doing a :bandiera:, but Juve being relegated, Milan having loads of negative points... Arguably it was only that last year under Mourinho where Ibrahimovic started to act anything like a top striker, too, bearing in mind 06/07 he was top scorer by 1 ahead of Crespo and only 5 over Marco in the league, the next year barely ahead of Cruz, and then finally in 08/09 did he put in a really 'better than everyone else' performance.




Yet still he was champion at Barça and scored a considerable amount of goals. I wonder how you feel about Michael Ballack then, he never won the Champions League and also only played for 'Big' teams. Same counts for Roberto Baggio, never won the Champions league either and played for big teams (if you don't take Bologna and Brescia obviously), Dennis Bergkamp, Cantona, Van Nistelrooy, ...


Yeah but he was a fucking fail at Barca. As far as I'm aware, that's the single biggest/quickest loss on a transfer in HISTORY. 40 mil down the drain in 1 season. Fuck me. Massive fail. Sure, he scored a bunch, but he did worse than the people who came before and after him. He was the marque signing and he flopped hard.

Bergkamp really raised Arsenal's level, Ballack hmmm I feel a bit more conflicted about. I dont think of him in the same light as top players like Ronaldinho etc.



Point is, Zlatan has left an unforgettable stamp on football. Won prices with every team he has been, just because he hasn't won the champions league or hasn't taken Hull to the Premiership title doesn't make him less of worldclass. Also the fact that his national team just plain sucks and he manages to keep them in the running for group phases of European Cup/World Cup, makes him the more the unique player he is.

tl;dr : Zlatan is world class. I just don't understand your logic why you're so stubborn saying he hasn't proven anything significant to be world class.



For me the definition of someone who is world class is someone who raises the level of a team. Ibrahimovic, as I said, is a symptom of a good team not a CAUSE of it. He's spent over a decade running to the OBVIOUSLY best team in weak leagues, not going to uber competitive teams in uber competitive leagues and making the difference.

Why is that, do you think? Yeah, he's on this great streak of 1000 million consecutive league titles, but thats mainly because he's cherry picking the teams to play for, not because he's just a mile better than everyone else in football.

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well its a shame a great goal doesnt count as 2, this is not basketball cmon get real

yep. scoring great goals doesnt make you a great player.

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Messi hasn't proved himself at way worse clubs like ibrahimovc has though. Just using the same logic.

no, but the difference is that messi, and ronaldinho etc before him, are players who have elevated barca's level consistently and can be relied upon in big matches to deliver. they have competed at the very top level and consistently delivered, they are leaders of the team when things get rough, rather than players who disappear

Universe
20 Dec 15, 05:59
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oh god there's two of them now

lKie-vgUGdI

wera
20 Dec 15, 07:01
Is browha the zlatan bandiera?

Pharaoh
20 Dec 15, 07:01
He is on a streak of more than 10 domestic league titles, yes?

World record?

Ronaldo never won UCL, but hes GOD

Nope not true. He was part of AC Milan when juve had their undefeated season

Javier'sSon
20 Dec 15, 09:31
browha has a point (and an ugly fuckin avatar)

Ibra is the perfect flat track bully. He did score some amazing goals throughout his career though, no one can question that.

.h.
20 Dec 15, 09:32
You leave my son out of this

Javier'sSon
20 Dec 15, 09:34
You're like Palacio, everyone wants him to cut his rat tail same way we (at least I hope) want you to change your avatar.

wera
22 Dec 15, 09:23
browha has a point (and an ugly fuckin avatar)

Ibra is the perfect flat track bully. He did score some amazing goals throughout his career though, no one can question that.

he only ever 'failed' in CL. everywhere else he did great, especially since Swedish NT is not that great and in some clubs he was like the only threat

you cannot say he is just a guy that scores amazing goals every now or then. how many players have been such important club players no matter where they played? it's no small feat.

Devious
22 Dec 15, 09:41
Nyall's hate for Guarin, Browha's hate for Ibra, Uni's termendous hate for Naga.. things that are second to none on this forum :proud:

Kenny
22 Dec 15, 11:44
For the rest there's mastercard

Dylan
22 Dec 15, 17:21
What other players have averaged around 20 goals per season for roughly a decade?

.h.
22 Dec 15, 17:57
Good question. Let me browse the Hong Kong and Macau football leagues to find people on a comparable level.

My argument isnt the number of goals he's scored, its the leagues he chooses to play in. It's like his entire career, barring maybe 2 seasons, has consisted of him running away from the most competitive places. Those 10 league titles in a row would be a lot MORE impressive if they were won in more competitive leagues - to my mind his track record in PSG is entirely irrelevant as they're so far ahead of the competition. It's like he's deliberately taking a step down in his career to get impressive stats - Arsenal have chased him for more than a decade, Mourinho wanted him at Real (I believe?) he's had plenty of opportunties to get to places where it was really competitive. Instead, Juve for a few seasons, come to the obvious next team when Juve get relegated for match fixing, leave as soon as Serie A starts to get competitive again to possibly the best team in history (and subsequently fail so badly he got shipped out for the biggest one-season loss in world football as far as I know), a couple of seasons at AC, and then to PSG where they are so stupidly far ahead of the competition already that there's no point playing the 2nd half of the season.

He's a career flattrack bully, as someone put it earlier

Dylan
22 Dec 15, 17:59
I understand your points, I'm saying being 'flat track bully' might not be the worst thing in the world when you pretty much guarantee your team a league and a consistent number of goals needed to do so.

.h.
22 Dec 15, 18:05
I understand your points, I'm saying being 'flat track bully' might not be the worst thing in the world when you pretty much guarantee your team a league and a consistent number of goals needed to do so.

I dont think he does, though. Put him in at an EPL side and he's not going to guarantee a title. Put him in at Inter and he wouldnt guarantee us the title. Put him in at Athletico. Dortmund. etc.

Point is, more than anything, we'll never know. And that's the ultimate disappointment

Dylan
22 Dec 15, 18:13
He's as close to guaranteeing a title you can buy. He's world class in that sense. Even if he joins anyone out of Chelsea, United, City or Arsenal you wouldn't be happy if he won the league. Top players go to top clubs.

.h.
22 Dec 15, 18:17
Indeed

Top players go to top clubs.

Ibra's spent a life time systematically avoiding the top clubs except for one season at Barca.


If (for arguments sake) Destro spent 10 years in Hungary, Norway, and Portugal and delivered league titles in each of those 10 years, would that mean he's a top player? Of course not. Because winning the league in 'lesser' leagues doesnt mean jack shit at the top level.

To be considered amongst the very best, you need to be regularly competing with the very best.

Ibrahimovic has spent a career avoiding that pool of talent.

Dylan
22 Dec 15, 18:20
There's only one 'top league' on earth he hasn't won. Stop mentioning these far weaker leagues in the same manner as Serie A or Ligue 1. Also becoming the top goalscorer for his mediocre team.

wicked wizard
22 Dec 15, 18:21
Indeed

Top players go to top clubs.

Ibra's spent a life time systematically avoiding the top clubs except for one season at Barca.


If (for arguments sake) Destro spent 10 years in Hungary, Norway, and Portugal and delivered league titles in each of those 10 years, would that mean he's a top player? Of course not. Because winning the league in 'lesser' leagues doesnt mean jack shit at the top level.

To be considered amongst the very best, you need to be regularly competing with the very best.

Ibrahimovic has spent a career avoiding that pool of talent.haha you make it sound like he's spent his career in second division football scared to play with the big boys.

.h.
22 Dec 15, 18:21
Oh come on, like 1 season at Barca when they were by a long way the best team in the world, before being shipped out for a WORLD RECORD LOSS means jack shit

Dylan
22 Dec 15, 18:22
You said he only goes to top clubs to win leagues which you used against him now he's not going to top enough clubs?