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Luka
05 Sep 09, 16:01
God damn it!!!

http://81.173.100.43/images/uplimages/pu_sneijderjapan_big.jpg

BTW it is ankle, not a knee, so at least that's that. Knee injuries are much more serious.

I hope it is nothing over 1 month. That would be terrible.


...


It's like Ronaldo "times" all over again :frustrat:

http://images.gazzettaobjects.it/Hermes%20Foto/2009/09/05/0KPI5HSR--620x300.jpg?v=200909051653

CafeCordoba
05 Sep 09, 16:03
Pretty typical. So at least we can forget about the hope for a point against Barcelona then.

hoversun
05 Sep 09, 16:04
Damn it was a fucking friendly.

Executioner93
05 Sep 09, 16:05
http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/Estero/05-09-2009/nnnnnnnnnnnnnn-501221643872.shtml

fucking great news for Inter fans it never fucking fails this is why Jose hates this national team shit! They are saying he is big pain and he heard a crack in his ankle this is a broken ankle for sure he definitely broke something in his ankle Wesley will not come back for a good 2 months we should get him back for Christmas but if he broke something in his ankle we got some problems idk the recovery time for a broken ankle but i do know a sprain in an ankle is much worse then a broken ankle which is ok news i guess.

edit: are you fucking kidding me that holland game was a friendly omg this is just a bigger slap in the face the fuck i wish he didnt go to that fucking useless friendly r u shitting me.

Jimmy Page
05 Sep 09, 16:05
I told everyone we would be fucked if Sneijder got injuried, going to be a fun to see Stankovic as our number 10

Luca-22
05 Sep 09, 16:08
Maybe we'll switch to 4-3-3 until he's back

Luka
05 Sep 09, 16:08
THANK HEAVENS!!!!

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fcinter1908.it%2F%3Faction%3Dre ad%26idnotizia%3D133&sl=it&tl=en&history_state0=

I don't understand any of this shit, but I know this is something positive!


Sneijder REMAIN IN THE COUNTRY. SLAB OK, only a strong BOTTA
05.09.2009 17:02 di Christian Recalcati 05.09.2009 17:02 by Christian Recalcati

Wesley Sneijder did scare the whole world Nerazzurri. Plates which underwent a strong midfielder, is not nothing broken. The diagnosis is: a strong blow to his right ankle.The midfielder will remain in the national and will be regularly available to Mourinho on his return to Milan.

CafeCordoba
05 Sep 09, 16:09
It's not as bad as with Zlatan, but still we are way too dependant on Sneijder I think. Maybe Mourinho tries to revert to 4-3-3 now, though the midfield is still in problems without Sneijder! :wallbang:

edit. Hopefully those news are true!

minterke
05 Sep 09, 16:12
Im pretty sure he tore his ACL. Same thing happened to me, I heard a crack and nothing was broken and the pain was severe. If true, he's out for the season.

edit: oops...its his ankle?

CafeCordoba
05 Sep 09, 16:13
Im pretty sure he tore his ACL. Same thing happened to me, I heard a crack and nothing was broken and the pain was severe. If true, he's out for the season.

This piece of information actually didn't ease my fear at all.

vinyl
05 Sep 09, 16:13
THANK HEAVENS!!!!

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fcinter1908.it%2F%3Faction%3Dre ad%26idnotizia%3D133&sl=it&tl=en&history_state0=

I don't understand any of this shit, but I know this is something positive!

A big fucking scare lol

Luca-22
05 Sep 09, 16:13
Luka can you give me the original version (italian) of that article?

edit: never mind, allready found it

Luka
05 Sep 09, 16:13
Im pretty sure he tore his ACL. Same thing happened to me, I heard a crack and nothing was broken and the pain was severe. If true, he's out for the season.

edit: oops...its his ankle?
Don't scare me mike like that man!!!! :(

ps. Yeah, it's his ankle. Good news ?

Luka
05 Sep 09, 16:14
Luka can you give me the original version (italian) of that article?
Sure.

http://www.fcinter1908.it/?action=read&idnotizia=133

Michael
05 Sep 09, 16:15
Im pretty sure he tore his ACL. Same thing happened to me, I heard a crack and nothing was broken and the pain was severe. If true, he's out for the season.



What? WHAAAT? I can't hear you...Blah blah blah blah. :D

blackmore
05 Sep 09, 16:15
wow we sure have alot of doctors here....i think we should wait for the "real" report before handing out prognosis....

minterke
05 Sep 09, 16:15
If no bones were broken then there is torn ligaments...but the ankle is less serious than the knee of course...

tritolone
05 Sep 09, 16:16
The most ironic thing is that he should be red carded in the first half for a ridicoulous fwo-footed tackle.

vinyl
05 Sep 09, 16:22
I hope he starts on the bench against Scotland

minterke
05 Sep 09, 16:23
I need some updates Luka I'm dying here lol

Luca-22
05 Sep 09, 16:24
I hope he starts on the bench against Scotland

I don't think he will play against Scotland. But the article pretty much says he can play when he's back in Milan, if I'm not mistaken..

Executioner93
05 Sep 09, 16:25
It says exactly what you written idk how the fuck recalcti is getting info from sources in holland idk i dont trust his news on this one here I'm nervous and they are saying in corriere more tests will be done tomorrow but by the looks of it his right ankle is fucked up. Can anyone who saw the game let us know how exactly did this happen did some japanese player slide tackle him or did he just hurt it bad.

corriere says nothing is fractured in his ankle thats very good news but i hope to god that he just has one hell of a bad bruise and nothing more to it like i said idk about recalcati here guys hows he getting his info on this one im not sure.

minterke
05 Sep 09, 16:27
Yeah but how reliable is that fcinter site?

vinyl
05 Sep 09, 16:28
It says exactly what you written idk how the fuck recalcti is getting info from sources in holland idk i dont trust his news on this one here I'm nervous and they are saying in corriere more tests will be done tomorrow but by the looks of it his right ankle is fucked up. Can anyone who saw the game let us know how exactly did this happen did some japanese player slide tackle him or did he just hurt it bad.

Yeah it was a late tackle on Wesley after he went for a long range shot. Trying to find footage.

Campione
05 Sep 09, 16:29
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99-nGyJSxZ8

0:44 , he should have been sent off for that tackle...

Executioner93
05 Sep 09, 16:30
Yeah but how reliable is that fcinter site?

its now recalcati official site he was on 24oredisport he changed over to that one because he now has his own crew he works with who help him get ready to commentate on the inter games inter channels scarpini is a very good friend of his.

Luca-22
05 Sep 09, 16:30
http://translate.google.com/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=nl&ie=UTF-8&u=http://www.telegraaf.nl/telesport/voetbal/4765496/__Blessure_Sneijder_valt_mee__.html%3Fp%3D2,2&sl=nl&tl=en&history_state0=

Great news! A reliable dutch source: "Sneijders injury is not that bad"

Jagger
05 Sep 09, 16:32
http://www.shrani.si/f/2G/8a/2YDXzVwf/903412128233145071046510.jpg

Come on Wesley, we are waiting for you!;)

Executioner93
05 Sep 09, 16:34
nice goal by Sneijder as well there this is a fucking shame if hes out for even a game because of injury what a fucking shame inter has rotten luck just rotten.

we get him back in a week hopefully he will be fine for then im hoping to god.

Edit: o fuck yes luka 22 a strained ankle fucking great news man a very bad soreness for a couple days some brusing and he will be fine fuck the game against scotland I want our boy back in Milano ready to go for Parma.

vinyl
05 Sep 09, 16:38
I was about to blame myself for putting the mocker on him. My Sneijder jersey arrived yesterday as well :P .... Will be happier knowing it's just bruising!

Big Willy
05 Sep 09, 16:44
Oh meen! thank god that was nothing serious

Michael
05 Sep 09, 16:45
Nothing is official yet...so keep praying, I am. :D

junior55
05 Sep 09, 16:50
Edit: o fuck yes luka 22 a strained ankle fucking great news man a very bad soreness for a couple days some brusing and he will be fine fuck the game against scotland I want our boy back in Milano ready to go for Parma.

Fuck parma too , i just want him fit for barcelona... I don't understand though why should he play 90 minutes a frienldy against japan.. Doesn't netherland coach have some players to prove in the first team????

Stefan
05 Sep 09, 17:04
Hopefully he is ok. This is the second time some sob hurts him with a bad tackle. After diaby in the emirates cup last pre season.

Efrain21C
05 Sep 09, 17:07
Fuck parma too , i just want him fit for barcelona... I don't understand though why should he play 90 minutes a frienldy against japan.. Doesn't netherland coach have some players to prove in the first team????

Maybe don't, you need to have team chemistry, and try new tactics, if you try them with players that won't fit in the world cup team, then it's not worthy

Stefan
05 Sep 09, 17:12
Fuck parma too , i just want him fit for barcelona... I don't understand though why should he play 90 minutes a frienldy against japan.. Doesn't netherland coach have some players to prove in the first team????

Makes even less sense considering holland are already qualified for the wc. There's no need to risk a big player like sneijder in a friendly.:wallbang:

Michael
05 Sep 09, 17:12
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fcinternews.it%2F%3Faction%3Dre ad%26idnotizia%3D8170

FcInternews also say the same thing. Nothing is broken but they will take a look at the ligaments between Sunday night and Monday.

junior55
05 Sep 09, 17:17
This http:///www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LdUCgEoMS0 can make the pain bigger , but i just want to be optimistic right now. He will do this kind of things against barca..

Suneet
05 Sep 09, 17:19
Keep this updated, im sweating buckets, imagine how worried Mou will be.

thomas_inter
05 Sep 09, 17:27
This is a disaster... :|

milton
05 Sep 09, 17:57
fc inter news seems to be pretty optimistic about the injury, saying that he might still be taking part in the holland game on wednesday night

Luca-22
05 Sep 09, 18:01
Well it seems it's not a big deal. Thank god :hopeful: Nothing is official though..

vinyl
05 Sep 09, 18:05
Wesley wanted to experiment and see how many inter fans could shit themselves scared at the same time.

alvaro
05 Sep 09, 18:34
Fucking internationals, seriously...

FCBarca
05 Sep 09, 18:36
Well, it's probably a bit early to get freaked out but it's unfortunate, obviously.

I did read this bit:


Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk said: "He heard something crack. It does not look good. Wesley is now in the hospital."

junior55
05 Sep 09, 18:57
Well, it's probably a bit early to get freaked out but it's unfortunate, obviously.


I don't want to be rude especially with you that have been a very good poster in this forum and i thank you but i honestly hope to read maradona say the same words abuout messi that van marwic said after the match
I just want equal chances that's all.:P

K.I.
05 Sep 09, 19:18
I hope he is ok, he was doing so well...get well soon man.

Alex de Large
05 Sep 09, 19:35
Let's hope he is ready for the Barcelona war.

minterke
05 Sep 09, 19:42
Report: Sneijder requires surgery after season-ending injury

Newly acquired Inter Milan star Wesley Sneijder has a lengthy recovery period ahead of him after he hurt his ankle in an International friendly with his Dutch team.

"The player has severed a tendon in his right ankle, and this usually takes about 7 months to recover from." said Sneijder's doctor in Milano.

This is bad news for the Italian Champions as they face Barcelona in the coming weeks in their first Champion's League game of the season.


Source: www.fakesoccernews.com/bullshit (http://www.fakesoccernews.com/bullshit)

rfU
05 Sep 09, 20:03
Source: www.fakesoccernews.com/bullshit (http://www.fakesoccernews.com/bullshit)

fake soccer news huh :smileani: Nearly had me there. What did we expect when we buy an injury prone player like this? Lets cross our fingers and hope he makes a speedy recovery.

Hammoudi
05 Sep 09, 20:09
If you didn't indicate it was a fake news, I would have personally banned you.

I am on the edge right now. I was starting to hope we can actually beat Barca in 10 days.

szasza02
05 Sep 09, 20:16
:lol:
http://img297.imageshack.us/img297/7172/chillpillsm.jpg (http://img297.imageshack.us/i/chillpillsm.jpg/)

Michael
05 Sep 09, 20:18
That was wrong...:D

FCBarca
05 Sep 09, 20:38
Yeah some Barca fans did that wrt Messi awhile back...Needless to say, it was met with more than a little disdain :depress:

Xoonky
05 Sep 09, 20:40
Yeah it was, it almost gave me a headache, until i saw the end of the post, with the fake news stuff.

achilles
05 Sep 09, 21:34
6 weeks is the standard recuperation time.

The worst is, this can result in recurring injuries... Goddamn Japanese national team! :)

Was he injured in a tackle?

Rimpel
05 Sep 09, 23:33
ffs, hope he doesn't get injury prone now =/

lonewolf19
05 Sep 09, 23:34
omfg. I will wait before I comment on this.

tritolone
06 Sep 09, 03:56
6 weeks is the standard recuperation time.

The worst is, this can result in recurring injuries... Goddamn Japanese national team! :)

Was he injured in a tackle?

He got injured when he tackled a Japanese player

Michael
06 Sep 09, 06:27
Inter.it confirms that the injury is not serious. He will undergo further tests tomorrow.


ENSCHEDE - Inter's Wesley Sneijder was forced off with a right ankle injury in the 78th minute of Holland's international friendly against Japan. The midfielder underwent X-rays (which were subsequently sent to Inter's medical staff) and the good news is that he has done no serious damage.

The player will remain with the Dutch national team until Monday to undergo further tests, after which his national team's medical staff will decide whether he is be fit to play next Wednesday's World Cup qualifier against Scotland.

Sneijder scored either side of goals from Van Persie and Huntelaar as Holland beat Japan 3-0.

Ehsan
06 Sep 09, 07:04
It's good to wake up to some good news. I had a restless night because of this, but hopefully since they are considering him being fit in 3 days or not, it really is nothing serious.

vassago
06 Sep 09, 09:37
Thank god he is not that much injured it could have been worst..i wish him speedy recovery...

Besnik
06 Sep 09, 11:13
It's good to wake up to some good news. I had a restless night because of this, but hopefully since they are considering him being fit in 3 days or not, it really is nothing serious.

Good news.

Luka
06 Sep 09, 11:31
It's good to wake up to some good news. I had a restless night because of this, but hopefully since they are considering him being fit in 3 days or not, it really is nothing serious.
Pheeew.

Big sigh of relief.

jayjay
06 Sep 09, 11:36
:interflag:

glad sneijder is in good nick

Luca-22
06 Sep 09, 12:49
:) What a relief indeed. Imagine he would have missed the Barca game.

Raul Duke
06 Sep 09, 13:57
I hoping his injury is a blessing in disguise, a call for a backup in January. Maybe a loan till Coutinho comes into the squad as a backup to Sneider.

blackmore
06 Sep 09, 15:13
praise the lord he should be ok...!!

Michael
06 Sep 09, 15:22
So no broken anythinng, the ligaments are OK, he only has a sprained ankle. Tomorrow we will know more about the recovery time for him but he should be back on Sunday vs. Parma.

http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=it&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fcinternews.it%2F%3Faction%3Dre ad%26idnotizia%3D8198

Campione
06 Sep 09, 15:29
Unfortunately Sneijder is that kind of players who are very "breakable" and we we will get used to shudder every time when someone foul him...

Stefan
06 Sep 09, 15:40
Unfortunately Sneijder is that kind of players who are very "breakable" and we we will get used to shudder every time when someone foul him...

Could be wrong here but he has only had one bad injury which was caused by diaby. From what I know he is certainly no robben or vdv when it comes to injuries.

thomas_inter
06 Sep 09, 15:44
Dutch press says he has stretched enklebands. Apparently 2 weeks of recovery.

mournickio
06 Sep 09, 15:52
Fuckin internationals....you need to pray and hope that players come without injuries.Now especially with the Barca game coming it would the worst timing ever.

Ilkinio
06 Sep 09, 15:58
Well, he is very technical, and such players always get worst tackles from opposition. But, Stef is right here.

Xoonky
06 Sep 09, 18:46
Against BBilan, he also got tackled pretty hard by Gattuso which got him the red card, and i guess we will such at least a tackle like that every match on him.

lonewolf19
07 Sep 09, 01:24
Does that means he will miss the tie with Barca?

Michael
07 Sep 09, 02:32
Gazzetta:



Doctor Combi was in Holland. Tests are positive but he's in doubt for matches with Scotland and Parma. Relief in the Champions League.

Milan - Inter flew to Holland yesterday for Sneijder and had more certainty about his availabili

ty for Inter-Barcelona on the 16th of September. And at this point, perhaps, even for Inter-Parma on Sunday.

Mission ordered by Moratti Dr. Franco Combi landed in Holland yesterday afternoon and visited the player before dinner at Noordwijk because it was directly a decision from Moratti. For the president it is important for someone at Inter to monitor the sitatuion in person and also ordered new tests to be certain about the real extent of the sprained right ankle. And through the intermediary of Sneijder, and thanks to the good working relationship that has delevoped between the Nerazzurri club and the Dutch federation, it was possible to organize the visit of Combi, who is right now already back in Italy. The head of Inter medical staff had recently received from the Dutch radiographs injured limb, which exluded fractures. There were still some testing and with the result of the MRI result yesterday it showed no damaged to the ligaments.

The phone call Today will remove even the last possibility of complications and therefore make more definite predictions on the return of Sneijder. That, however, before the meeting with Dr. Combi the player already had some comforts and he was also optimistic with the leaders of Inter, who had insisted on the phone that he feels much better. While still not rule out the return for Scotland - Holland on Wednesday (in fact leaving with the team for Glasgow), Sneijder was the first to admit that it is risking return to the pitch too quickly, a useless game since his national team has already qualified for the World Cup. But it's possible for him to play against Parma, but at this point, Mourinho will give other players opportunities for that game and he will only think about Inter - Barcelona on next Wednesday. A challenge that Sneijder will not miss, right now can be expected, will not miss.


Their lineup against Parma:


0 0 Eto'o 0 Balotelli 0 0
0 0 0 Muntari(Sneijder) 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 Zanetti 0 Stankovic 0 Vieira 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chivu 0 0 0 0 0 Maicon
0 0 Samuel 0 Lucio 0 0
Julio Cesar


It's supposed to be Muntari (Sneijder)

and against Barca:


0 0 Eto'o 0 Milito 0 0
0 0 0 Sneijder 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 Motta 0 Stankovic 0 Zanetti 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chivu 0 0 0 0 0 Maicon
0 0 Samuel 0 Lucio 0 0
Julio Cesar

lonewolf19
07 Sep 09, 03:04
Thanks for the latest news. We really should not rush him back to field. He is a must against Barca on Wed.

Universe
07 Sep 09, 05:13
Personally I'm under the impression Combi is good, but how reliable is Combi? Didn't Mancini have a few issues with Combi a few years back after Mancini wasn't satisfied with his doctoral work on the players?

Xoonky
07 Sep 09, 08:25
Inter Forever, i think it's very safe to be sure that Santon will start one of the two matches.

Luka
07 Sep 09, 08:46
Thanks Inter Forever for the Gazzetta stuff!!! Sensational :)

...

What I don't like in those pictures is Zanetti in midfield :/ I love the dude, but I really hope that Milan derbies was just exception of the rule.

Stefan
07 Sep 09, 09:51
Personally I'm under the impression Combi is good, but how reliable is Combi? Didn't Mancini have a few issues with Combi a few years back after Mancini wasn't satisfied with his doctoral work on the players?

Mancini was upset that combi didn't rush players back. Mancini felt they were fit while combi didn't.

Ilkinio
07 Sep 09, 10:05
I remember total reverse. Combi rushed players to play, they reinjured themselves and Mancio was mad at that..

Luka
07 Sep 09, 10:13
That doesn't make sense Ilkinio.

If Mancio saw a problem with rushing player back, he could easily just give them more rest, don't play them, or even order them some individual less forcing training. That would solve "rushing players back". He was the coach after all.

Stefan is right.

Ilkinio
07 Sep 09, 10:20
I'm just telling as i remember it :) Let me clarify a little bit. It was like that if i'm not mistaken: Mancio asked Combi if certain player can play, Combi said yes, Mancio played that player- he got injured.

sakana
07 Sep 09, 11:42
Wesley Sneijder has joined the Netherlands squad to face Scotland for Thursday's (AEST) World Cup qualifier after recovering from an ankle injury.

Sneijder hurt his ankle in an international friendly against Japan but in a statement late Sunday the Royal Netherlands Football Association (KNVB) said the Inter Milan midfielder had made "sufficient recovery" and would travel with the rest of the team.

From here: http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/sneijder-back-in-dutch-camp-232482

Ilkinio
07 Sep 09, 12:35
Let's hope he will not play against Scotland and then feature something like 45 minutes against Parma.

Trance
07 Sep 09, 12:47
oh im gonna be really pissed if he's used for the Scotland game! They better let him recuperate in peace.

Trequartista
07 Sep 09, 13:06
In this situation it's hard to be calm.. really.. Sneijder is important player for us now..


Let's hope he will not play against Scotland and then feature something like 45 minutes against Parma.

I think 45 minutes in Holland and 45 minutes in Parma game is enough for Sneijder to warming up for play 90minutes against Barca.

Pod
07 Sep 09, 20:03
didn't know he is that short, 1.70

blackmore
07 Sep 09, 21:00
"Medics + Inter does not compute"........:)
lol goal.com feedback can be funny at times....

Xoonky
07 Sep 09, 21:18
didn't know he is that short, 1.70

I didn't know either, until i saw him on the Madonnina derby, he was the shortest of them all so i figured.

Choppin Onions
08 Sep 09, 06:00
I almost shat my pants when I saw that news on Saturday. Thank Jebus, it isn't serious. I'm excited to see what Wes can do in Italy. He's got the talent there's no doubt about that but I visibly cringed when Gattuso took him out during the Derby. And now this. Eek.

Stefan
08 Sep 09, 11:59
Mou wants him to play vs scotland.:wallbang::wallbang:


Mourinho wants Sneijder to play against Scotland

Paul Haring - 8 September 2009
http://www.soccerway.net/photo_dynamic/orig/250/relative/12426750161.jpg Wesley Sneijder hopes to play against Scotland with the Dutch national team. The Netherlands are already qualified for the World Cup in South Africa, next year.

Inter Milan-coach Jose Mourinho has told his midfielder Wesley Sneijder that he wants him to play against Scotland on Wednesday.
The Dutch midfielder injured his ankle in the friendly game against Japan (3-0 win) on Saturday.
Sneijder has almost recovered from that injury and has stayed with the national squad to prepare for the qualifying match against Scotland.
`I trained painless on Monday. After that session I talked to Jose Mourinho and he wants me to play on Wednesday. It`s important for me to gain match practice,` Sneijder told De Telegraaf.
The 25-year-old attacking midfielder moved from Real Madrid to Inter Milan two weeks ago. This season he only played two official matches, including the friendly against Japan.

CafeCordoba
08 Sep 09, 12:03
I don't believe that quote. I believe goal.com has twisted and fucked up that, since that quote doesn't make any sense.

For example here ..

http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A//www.fcinternews.it/%3Faction%3Dread%26idnotizia%3D8243&hl=en&langpair=auto|en&tbb=1&ie=ISO-8859-1 (http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A//www.fcinternews.it/%3Faction%3Dread%26idnotizia%3D8243&hl=en&langpair=auto%7Cen&tbb=1&ie=ISO-8859-1)

.. (with Google translation though) Sneijder says "he's not sure if he plays". There it's also speculated Inter hopes he doesn't play, but it's just journalists own stuff. Still, the same words, "I've talked with Mourinho" so that's from the same interview.

Raul Duke
08 Sep 09, 12:04
That's odd.

Luka
08 Sep 09, 13:46
That would be hard to believe Jose would like Sneijder to play, when all club coaches just hate those international games(mostly friendlies, but still), and with Sneijders injury scare and all...

I don't think he will play.

Toninu
08 Sep 09, 14:50
Maybe it's because Sneijder needs some games in his feet, all he played this season was derby and against Japan.

junior55
08 Sep 09, 15:57
Maybe it's because Sneijder needs some games in his feet, all he played this season was derby and against Japan.

Yes sneijder needs games but if he isn't totally fit how can he play 3 matches this week from rangers match to the barcelona one. I think it's impossible that mourinho or any coach could tell to his most important player who has just been bought and hasn't yet trained a single day with his team to go and play injured with his national team....It's just unbelievable

junior55
08 Sep 09, 16:24
According to sky sport 24 it's official that sneijder has been called for the match against scotland. ...
I don't know if i should be happy about this because it means that he doesn't have real problems or should i be pissed because he is risking himself in an completely unneccesary match...

mournickio
08 Sep 09, 18:01
According to sky sport 24 it's official that sneijder has been called for the match against scotland. ...
I don't know if i should be happy about this because it means that he doesn't have real problems or should i be pissed because he is risking himself in an completely unneccesary match...

Since they are already qualified he may play a little bit or not at all.

lonewolf19
08 Sep 09, 20:50
Well, I just hope he doesnt play long if he does feature. Holland already qualified and this match is simply not meaningful.

vitomins
08 Sep 09, 20:51
Lol ya and the friendly against Japan was more meaningful? If he is able to run, you can bet that he will play.

K.I.
08 Sep 09, 20:55
ITs not really a problem that players play Int. matches, but when someone just got back for what could have been a bad injury he should be rested as a precaution for the next match, that is all really. And if he is fit to play he shouldnt play all the match. VDV is on the bench and he could play that match.

jayjay
08 Sep 09, 23:15
dont play sneijder vs scotland holland can cope without him

it feels like someone borrowing your tv or your playstation x box whatever
you get that nervy feeling
[refering to when a player is away for an international]

achilles
09 Sep 09, 09:06
didn't know he is that short, 1.70

Which is why we didn't get him 3 years ago! The big and tall club at Inter, Zlatan, Vieira, Materazzi!

He has really gotten a lot stronger physically and on the ball since being a youth at Ajax. It was identified as a weakness, and to me, it looks like he has compensated for it, with his speed and tenacity.

cloudq
09 Sep 09, 11:31
zlatan, vieira, materazzi, adriano were the source of many unforgettable set pieces for those offensively challenged mancio squads

sakana
09 Sep 09, 11:37
Regarding Sneijder's size, the thing I most noticed about him at Real was his solidity and power -- those things really stand out in a little guy like him.

FCBarca
09 Sep 09, 15:03
Lol ya and the friendly against Japan was more meaningful? If he is able to run, you can bet that he will play.

Plus, Sneijder is pretty important for what the Oranje need in the midfield...When he's on the pitch, you can see how much better the side plays.

Definitely a tough player who is also terrific at fks

AntonTheGreat
09 Sep 09, 19:41
well hes starting for netherlands!

Michael
09 Sep 09, 19:54
Man he could easily twisted his ankle with that tackle. Man why is he playing again? This just makes no sense.

sakana
09 Sep 09, 19:54
That is some crazy shit. *knocking on wood for 90 minutes*

Michael
09 Sep 09, 20:18
Well, first half is over. He seemed OK and was quite active.

FCBarca
09 Sep 09, 20:30
Well, first half is over. He seemed OK and was quite active.

Yeah, he didn't look to be injured or nursing anything...Oranje are lucky to not be losing atm, however.

Toninu
09 Sep 09, 21:07
He's been substituted and he's OK! :D

Luca-22
09 Sep 09, 21:14
Yes great news :)

Bes
09 Sep 09, 21:51
He's been substituted and he's OK! :D
http://www.interfans.org/forum/images/smilies/35.gif Great news.

Luka
09 Sep 09, 21:56
He's been substituted and he's OK! :D
:D

This was great. If he wouldn't play, I would fear he won't be fit for Barca. I don't know but with us there is really something. Many times over the years, the guys were having "minor" problems, but somehow they were out like for a month. Harly there was someone with a knock, who could play the next game.

So this is deffinetly a good news. Wes will play both with Parma and Barca. GREAT!!!

Rimpel
09 Sep 09, 22:16
he played a good game, very promising. Especially after his injury scare.

skeet
09 Sep 09, 22:29
i dont understand why nobody thinks sneijder will get injured in the parma match since apparently everybody here thinks his legs are made of paper and pudding

Ilkinio
09 Sep 09, 23:10
Yep, ppl should stop it. He is not He-who-should-not-be-named-in-this-thread-or-otherwise-Sneijder-will-get-jinxed.

Toninu
09 Sep 09, 23:18
Don't mention He who is always injured and must not be named in Sneijder's thread you'll jinx him :(

lonewolf19
10 Sep 09, 03:20
Good. He got his fitness and no injury scare. He is probably the most important member in the team given that we do not have adequate subs for him. An absolute must for all big games

Michael
10 Sep 09, 04:50
Gazzetta:



Milano - There is nothing you can do, the players are children. INSIDE. And when they see the ball they no longer understand anything and all they want is to play with it. The latest example comes to us from Glasgow was the game where the Netherlands already qualified to the World Cup, against Scotland, a team is still looking for a pint to avoid being the worst second place team. You are Wesley Sneijder and you got a kick on the right ankle in the friendly against Japan on Saturday. You are also the new purchase of Inter, you make people believe in the derby, the fans and coaches are looking at you as the protagonist for the challenge with Barcelona on Wenesday. Well, who tells you to take the field in Glasgow? After a stay in the hospital for tests, days of uncertainty, a visit from Inter's doctors. We recommended not to force on the legs ... and yet you played. Played for the total of 77 minutes (replaced with Van der Vaart), risking his ankle (all it takes is a hard tackle in the same place...) risking embarrassing Mourinho.

junior55
10 Sep 09, 07:17
Finally it's all over . No more NT stupid matches, for a month only poor , great , emotioning inter football. I am glad for sneijder but i don't want him in the parma game. I think it's too much for him righ now. It's better if he only takes trainings with the team until wednesday , it's only there that i want to see a completely fit sneijder.

skeet
10 Sep 09, 07:41
Finally it's all over . No more NT stupid matches, for a month only poor , great , emotioning inter football. I am glad for sneijder but i don't want him in the parma game. I think it's too much for him righ now. It's better if he only takes trainings with the team until wednesday , it's only there that i want to see a completely fit sneijder.

i highly doubt sneijder will be benched for the parma game, he'll play at least 70 minutes because training alone isn't enough for him to gel with his teammates, and i really don't like the way most inter fans feel that sneijder is this very fragile part of the team that breaks every other game, ever since the japan game you get the feeling that he is considered some kind of secret weapon that will ensure victory every time he plays but we're too scared to let him play against small teams because he's apparently the most injury prone player in the world

Luka
10 Sep 09, 08:55
To me, the chances of him playing in Parma game, are more than 100%.

cloudq
10 Sep 09, 12:23
who is he who must not be named?

Ilkinio
10 Sep 09, 13:22
who is he who must not be named?

Obviously, i can't name him. :)

Luka
10 Sep 09, 13:41
:D

Trequartista
10 Sep 09, 13:53
To me, the chances of him playing in Parma game, are more than 100%.

agree with this.. Sneijder need to play with team-mates, to understand Inter game. great chance before Barcelona game. and off course we can't understimate Parma. They're great team.

rockball
10 Sep 09, 13:56
He-who-should-not-be-named-in-this-thread-else-Sneijder-will-get-jinxed should also not-be-mentioned-in-this-thread-else-Sneijder-will-get-jinxed.

junior55
10 Sep 09, 17:26
You guys watch too much harry Potter:D:D

blackmore
11 Sep 09, 02:58
avarda kedavra!!

Universe
11 Sep 09, 04:34
How many minutes did Sneijder play vs Scotland?

lonewolf19
11 Sep 09, 05:44
How many minutes did Sneijder play vs Scotland?

Wesley Sneijder (Holland): 134' (57' in Holland-Japan & 77' in Scotland-Holland)

Bes
11 Sep 09, 06:03
Wow guys, I just saw his goal against Japan, and it was BRILLIANT! I hope he scores the goals like that for us too :).

Universe
11 Sep 09, 06:11
Wow guys, I just saw his goal against Japan, and it was BRILLIANT! I hope he scores the goals like that for us too :).

I'd prefer he scores goals like these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7uza1I6VX0

lonewolf19
11 Sep 09, 08:45
No Valdano, they are smart and taking a step forward. It is probably the smartest thing they have done in their career to leave a $$$ whore club. (Except Huntelaar for obvious reason :D)




Jorge Valdano: Huntelaar, Sneijder & Robben 'Hurt' By Real Madrid Exit

Real Madrid sporting director Jorge Valdano has said that the club's three former Dutch players were reluctant to leave Madrid because it was a step back for them career wise and the players are "hurt" following their departure.

Klass-Jan Huntelaar, Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder all left the club having been deemed surplus to requirements in a summer of change at the Bernabeu as Los Merengues brought in high-profile stars Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, Karim Benzema and Xabi Alonso.

"Sneijder and Robben are hurt because leaving Madrid is taking a step back. Huntelaar is also hurt, they were reluctant to leave because leaving Madrid is taking a step back to some extent," claimed Valdano.

Huntelaar joined Italian giants Milan for a fee in the region of €15 million, having spent just half a season at the Bernabeu while Sneijder also made a €15 million move to the San Siro, joining Inter. Arjen Robben swapped the Bernabeu for the Allianz Arena in a €25 million switch to Bavarian giants Bayern Munich.

Valdano was quoted by Marca as saying that the players had to leave to play regular football in order to have a chance of playing for the Netherlands at the World Cup.

"Players of a certain level staying in a secondary position in a World Cup year was not appropriate," he concluded.

Luka
11 Sep 09, 11:09
The guy is apparently dellusional.

Not that he never was.

Besnik
11 Sep 09, 11:19
I'd prefer he scores goals like these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7uza1I6VX0

Great goal here.
I watched live all the match, and Holland was really better than France, but I didn't expect that goal from Sneijder, that was something fantastic... I thought the result will finish 3:1 for Holland but there Sneijder scored awesome goal!!!!

We should call this thread, Wesley "The Sniper" Sneijder. :P

Grande Sneijder!!!!

Raul Duke
11 Sep 09, 12:33
We should call this thread, [I]Wesley "The Sniper" Sneijder

I think there's some Saudi striker called "The Sniper"

Handoyo
11 Sep 09, 15:53
Valdano, Galliani & Berlusconi should really meet up and work together. What a dream delusional team that would be.

CafeCordoba
11 Sep 09, 18:06
Hmm, what delusional is there what Valdano says?

Ziyad
11 Sep 09, 19:52
I swear that when i saw that goal i wished we could have him at Inter...I should have wished for a billion dollars instead and bought both him and Inter ;)

Alex de Large
13 Sep 09, 21:42
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ2a1d44wtI
The pass from second 0:11 it's something Stankovic can't do, i'am very sorry cause is a player i love, but he is not fast/creative enough to do a simple pass like this.

1919
14 Sep 09, 07:22
I missed the first 15 mins against Parma, but I am yet to see a dangerous free-kick from him

K.I.
14 Sep 09, 07:27
Hopefully he gets back to bagging them because he has always been great at them.

Campione
14 Sep 09, 10:02
I missed the first 15 mins against Parma, but I am yet to see a dangerous free-kick from him

He keeps them for Wednesday :P.

Handoyo
14 Sep 09, 10:50
After the Parma match, especially after his miss from an Eto'o (Or was it Balo?) cutback, I thought Sniper Sneijder my ass. :P

Luka
14 Sep 09, 11:08
To deffend him a little, that was not an easy ball to strike. He was already past the closest post, and the ball was coming from this posts corner.

cloudq
14 Sep 09, 11:51
you just dont miss sitters from 6 feet out

vitomins
14 Sep 09, 14:13
Guys, that was not a sitter, the ball tight to his body and a bit behind him. Some of you really need to play the game in order to understand the difference between a sitter and Sneijder's miss...

Balotelli's backpost volley and breakaway were sitters, Sneijder's was not the toughest shot in the world, but it was in no way a sitter...

vassago
14 Sep 09, 14:40
i really think Sneijder is working his ass of for us in this two games...we look sharper then ever before...so what if he misses some shots...they weren't at all sitters...i believe in his abilities and he'll repay us further down the line...btw he doesn't hesitate to shoot whit both legs...something that not many players can do.

Principe
14 Sep 09, 15:41
Guys do you actually believe those were sitters??? On the cutback pass from Balotelli it wasn't as easy as it looks to score from such a position. Yes you'd expect and want a player like Sneijder to score such a goal, especially from such a nice play, but the ball was headed behind him and definitely not the ideal situation or angle to score from. Just imagine it in your head the speed of the ball and the fact that you have to disrupt your rhythm in order to get the ball to your right leg while also keeping in mind the somewhat tight angle he had to score from. It's much more complex than some of you make it seem.

Luka
14 Sep 09, 15:52
Thank you!!! :)

milton
14 Sep 09, 16:21
i agree they were not sitters, but he probably should have done better. Overall wesley played a pretty good game, he adds something to the team that was not there before.

F U C K MILAN
24 Sep 09, 22:06
http://inter.it/aas/news/reader?N=32270&L=en
he is injured..hope its not very bad..thats why he was subed in half time

lonewolf19
25 Sep 09, 09:17
hope it is nothing serious. We gonna need him

Alessandro
25 Sep 09, 09:27
Yeah I really hope we invest in January for a back up for Wesley... We can't afford not having a trequartista... Cossu from Cagliari was impressive.

Stefan
25 Sep 09, 09:38
Yeah I really hope we invest in January for a back up for Wesley... We can't afford not having a trequartista... Cossu from Cagliari was impressive.

We won't. We are waiting for coutinho.

Fitzy
25 Sep 09, 09:43
Yeah I really hope we invest in January for a back up for Wesley... We can't afford not having a trequartista... Cossu from Cagliari was impressive.

Agreed. If he and Motta are out we have basically the same midfield as last season and that is scary. I hope all this hype about Coutinho coming in next season doesn't come back to screw us badly sometime this season.

rfU
25 Sep 09, 15:04
We won't. We are waiting for coutinho.

Coutinho will need at least another year to settle. WE def need a back up for Sneijder, better yet a playmaker.

Cossu is good enough for Cagliari, not good enough for Inter. His passing isn't great either, he's very weak, and only good going forward.

K.I.
25 Sep 09, 15:08
We already have Ballo and Dejan who play with a different scheme if Wesley is injured.

Stefan
25 Sep 09, 21:54
Coutinho will need at least another year to settle. WE def need a back up for Sneijder, better yet a playmaker.

Cossu is good enough for Cagliari, not good enough for Inter. His passing isn't great either, he's very weak, and only good going forward.

So what do you do after that year just get rid of the guy??;)

The club is counting on coutinho and in the mean time will use 4-3-3 when sneijder isn't available.

minterke
26 Sep 09, 00:00
We sign Hamsik and we're set.

cloudq
26 Sep 09, 02:11
hamsik got marked out of the game against us

kookoorookoo
26 Sep 09, 04:33
Hamsik?? :lol::lol::lol::lol: did u see the pile of crap all through last season, and against us? he is overrated.

Alessandro
26 Sep 09, 05:06
Cossu is good enough for Cagliari, not good enough for Inter. His passing isn't great either, he's very weak, and only good going forward.

It was his passing that ripped us apart on the counter...

skeet
26 Sep 09, 06:18
so hamsik is overrated now because he was marked out of a game by the best defensive midfielder in the world?

and cossu would just be terrible at inter, we need to splash some cash if we want a good enough playmaker, we actually made money while signing 5 players in the summer

junior55
26 Sep 09, 09:34
Guys you have to be more calm & confident about the playmaker deal. We can't have 2 big playmakers in our team , at least not with this kind of coach who doesn't use turnover. The combination of next year with sneijder as a starter and coutinho as a young and promising backline is perfect.

As for hamsik i think too that he is overated. It's not just the match against us but he usually tends to have a poor performance against big teams
And please don't mention anymore cossu . I mean ,are you serious , the guy is 30 years old and the peak of his career is cagliari.

Wallace
26 Sep 09, 09:40
Sneijder isn't even a playmaker, people just make him out to be one.

He can definitely play as a CM if there's a better AM in the squad.

blackmore
26 Sep 09, 16:44
wes is a cm..would love to see him playing there for us with motta and muntari..and cassano behind two strikers...

maxw
26 Sep 09, 16:46
How about Cambiasso :D

Alex de Large
27 Sep 09, 14:34
with sneijder: 3 wins and 1 draw.
without sneijder: 1 draw and 2 loses.

rfU
27 Sep 09, 14:52
So what do you do after that year just get rid of the guy??;)

The club is counting on coutinho and in the mean time will use 4-3-3 when sneijder isn't available.like we did against Sampdoria you mean :lol: so painful to watch. I would send him loan like we did Julio Cesar and Maxwell.


It was his passing that ripped us apart on the counter...Counter... so passing into space :smileani:. Anyway, most teams sit back against us and play on the counter, so Cossu won't be effective at Inter. Wouldn't mind him as a sub but I wouldn't want to rob Cagliari of thier sole playmaker.

lonewolf19
27 Sep 09, 16:43
Anyone know how long is he going to be out for?

sakana
27 Sep 09, 21:53
Anyone know how long is he going to be out for?

Well, he's not in the squad for the Russia trip, so at least a few days longer ...

Handoyo
28 Sep 09, 22:35
For some strange reason, Hamsik's balls just froze when he faces us at the Meazza. I think I remember him having similar stinkers in the past 2 respective matches in 07/08 and 08/09 as well.

Ilkinio
28 Sep 09, 22:38
But he will probably be top scorer amongst midfielders.

minterke
29 Sep 09, 23:31
No Sneijder No Party.

Ziyad
30 Sep 09, 08:05
No Sneijder No Party.

No Sneijder = F U N E R A L:thumbsdo:

Michael
03 Oct 09, 21:41
Scored his first goal for Inter today. He saved our ass. Forza Sneijder.

Alex de Large
03 Oct 09, 21:44
4 wins and 1 draw vs barcelona with him we can't lose, without him we CAN'T WIN A FUCKING GAME.
Much more important player than Eto'o for Inter.

lonewolf19
03 Oct 09, 21:44
What a fucking time to score your first goal.
Wesley the man

Michael
03 Oct 09, 21:50
Sneijder totally saves my weekend. Grazie Sneijder.

Suneet
03 Oct 09, 21:51
Seems we finally have a attacking mid who can score when it matters. what a buy!!

Handoyo
03 Oct 09, 21:52
No Sneijder No Party.
Quoting this for the fucking sake of it

Rimpel
03 Oct 09, 21:54
thank you dude!

sakana
03 Oct 09, 21:54
Thought he had a great first half, too, before the party of longballs and crosses started in the second, and he didn't have the ball at his feet enough.

Forza ragazzi
03 Oct 09, 22:02
Ha segnato Wesley!!

Of all the players out there, I am so extremely happy that he was the one who scored the goal. He has been looking for this goal for weeks and his joy was priceless. The duck is broken, hopefully he will be a bit more confident and relaxed after this.

Alex de Large
03 Oct 09, 22:06
15 millions? is this a joke or what, i would even pay 25 for him.

I don't know if get his shirt or the Maicon one.

uny_arturo
03 Oct 09, 22:43
That's why we got Wesley but not VDV. He runs 'till the very last minute. And we all know, he prevails. I like his spirit, with or without today's goal.

skeet
04 Oct 09, 01:19
i don't think people are giving sneijder enough credit for his performance today

he was side-stepping defenders, pushing the team forward, linking passes, winning back balls and most importantly he was always at the part of the field that is always empty when we play without him to keep possession and keep the attack moving

he also made two world class through balls that should have both led to goals but milito got injured on the first and balotelli ruined the next

i was screaming at my tv for the players to pass to sneijder every time we had possession and whenever he got the ball he didn't disappoint

snake
04 Oct 09, 03:41
Hey HMD, seems the boy is still whipped :P

"I'd like to dedicate this goal to my girlfriend, who was not here today"

tritolone
04 Oct 09, 04:03
Congratulations and a BIG THANK YOU for his first goal in our shirt. I said yesterday he didn't really impress me until now and I stad by it still. But I admit he really makes a difference in our play.

Again thank you, thank you, than you

sakana
04 Oct 09, 04:05
Hey HMD, seems the boy is still whipped :P

"I'd like to dedicate this goal to my girlfriend, who was not here today"

If he's going to play like that and score goals like that one, he can be as whipped as he wants.

Raul Duke
06 Oct 09, 14:20
I don't feel safe with Sneijder playing against Australia. They're a rough, physical team. I'd rather he play against a team of 10 Materazzi's on methamphetamine than Australia

crzdcolombian
06 Oct 09, 19:10
I don't feel safe with Sneijder playing against Australia. They're a rough, physical team. I'd rather he play against a team of 10 Materazzi's on methamphetamine than Australia

have u ever seen Uruguay play?

haha talk about bullies

milton
06 Oct 09, 21:35
sneijder interview after udinese game

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON9hM0Te92M&feature=related

coolmavs
07 Oct 09, 04:17
sneijder interview after udinese game

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ON9hM0Te92M&feature=related

Finally something from Inter in English.

Lenny_and_Carl
07 Oct 09, 04:27
I don't feel safe with Sneijder playing against Australia. They're a rough, physical team. I'd rather he play against a team of 10 Materazzi's on methamphetamine than Australia

:lol:

Australia are a much better team than people give them credit. The team has changed a lot under the Dutch influence and I think you'll find we have only one player (Moore) who could be considered a hatchet man. We certainly pale in comparison to South Americans in terms of dirty play. Sneijder should be fine, but then again he injured himself playing the Japanese so who knows.

For the record I'd rather he didn't play, but only because of the jet lag involved in flying half way around the world.

Raul Duke
07 Oct 09, 05:58
:lol:

Australia are a much better team than people give them credit. The team has changed a lot under the Dutch influence and I think you'll find we have only one player (Moore) who could be considered a hatchet man. We certainly pale in comparison to South Americans in terms of dirty play. Sneijder should be fine, but then again he injured himself playing the Japanese so who knows.

For the record I'd rather he didn't play, but only because of the jet lag involved in flying half way around the world.

I live in Melbourne. I know that Australia's improved, but I still think they're one of the more physical teams out there

snake
07 Oct 09, 06:00
I live in Melbourne. I know that Australia's improved, but I still think they're one of the more physical teams out there

It's how we make up for our lack of technique. That or the influence of AFL and Rugby...

crzdcolombian
07 Oct 09, 16:06
:lol:

Australia are a much better team than people give them credit. The team has changed a lot under the Dutch influence and I think you'll find we have only one player (Moore) who could be considered a hatchet man. We certainly pale in comparison to South Americans in terms of dirty play. Sneijder should be fine, but then again he injured himself playing the Japanese so who knows.

For the record I'd rather he didn't play, but only because of the jet lag involved in flying half way around the world.

Fifa and Italy robbed them in the last WC with a BS pk....why is everyone crapping on them?

vitomins
07 Oct 09, 17:10
Fifa and Italy robbed them in the last WC with a BS pk....why is everyone crapping on them?

Give me a break man...what about the BS red card and the fact that Italy outplayed them with 10 men??? Whether you want to admit it or not, Italy deserved to win that game. And the defender is the idiot for putting himself in that position, it easily looked like a penalty and without slow motion and 20 replays, I bet anyone would have called it...

Alex de Large
07 Oct 09, 17:29
Italy was better than Australia anyway.

crzdcolombian
07 Oct 09, 17:33
Italy was better than Australia anyway.

yea but they still were gifted that game....

And all you guys are making it seem like Austrilla is worst than Costa Rica or he is playing Malta.

They are prob the best team in Asia and could and should have gone farther in 2006 but lost to the team that won the title...

think more respect should be given to them

vitomins
07 Oct 09, 17:51
Here are Australia's matches after WC 2006:

vs. Kuwait 2-0 (W)
at Kuwait 2-0 (L)

vs. Paraguay 1-1 (D)
vs. Bahrain 2-0 (W)
vs. Ghana 1-1 (D)

vs. Denmark 1-3 (L)
at China PR 0-2 (W)

vs. Uruguay 1-2 (L)
at Singapore 0-3 (W)

vs. Oman 1-1 (D)
at Iraq 3-1 (L)
at Thailand 0-4 (W)
at Japan 1-1 (4-3 PK) (L)
vs. Argentina 0-1 (L)

vs. Nigeria 1-0 (W)

vs. Qatar 3-0 (W)
at Singapore 0-0 (D)
at China PR 0-0 (D)

vs. Ghana 1-0 (W)
vs. Iraq 1-0 (W)
at Iraq 1-0 (L)
at Qatar 1-3 (W)
vs. China PR 0-1 (L)

vs. South Africa 2-2 (D)
at Netherlands 1-2 (W)
at Uzbekistan 0-1 (W)

vs. Qatar 4-0 (W)
at Bahrain 0-1 (W)

at Indonesia 0-0 (D)
at Japan 0-0 (D)
vs. Kuwait 0-1 (L)

vs. Uzbekistan 2-0 (W)
at Qatar 0-0 (D)
vs. Bahrain 2-0 (W)
vs. Japan 2-1 (W)

at Republic of Ireland 0-3 (W)
at Korea Republic 3-1 (L)


(18-9-10) - They are very inconsistent, at times they look great, but then they look awful in some matches. My opinion is that this team is much weaker than the side that competed in the 2006 WC...

Xoonky
07 Oct 09, 20:00
Wrong thread guys, wrong thread.

Back to our new hero, SNEIJDER!

snake
08 Oct 09, 01:15
Fifa and Italy robbed them in the last WC with a BS pk....why is everyone crapping on them?

Mate it is no use arguing with some of these people. In that tournament;



The first game our keeper was fouled and Japan got a goal from it, after the game the Egyptian ref told Viduka, I made a mistake on their goal but god was on your side and he made sure that you guys ended up winning.
Against Croatia one of their players was given TWO yellow cards in the game and the moron English referee never sent him off. The guy almost scored the winner for Croatia in injury time. Imagine that. Fifa and the referee later apologised for the error.
Against Italy, we were robbed by a smart dive by Grosso.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3bkgHx2G_o - LOL human error....Poll says the game would have been replayed if Australian born and raised Simunic scored the goal.

Handoyo
08 Oct 09, 13:43
lol I remember that

Remind me, did any of the Aussie players remind the referee about it? If they did, what was Poll's reaction?

Fitzy
08 Oct 09, 14:32
Here are Australia's matches after WC 2006:

vs. Kuwait 2-0 (W)
at Kuwait 2-0 (L)

vs. Paraguay 1-1 (D)
vs. Bahrain 2-0 (W)
vs. Ghana 1-1 (D)

vs. Denmark 1-3 (L)
at China PR 0-2 (W)

vs. Uruguay 1-2 (L)
at Singapore 0-3 (W)

vs. Oman 1-1 (D)
at Iraq 3-1 (L)
at Thailand 0-4 (W)
at Japan 1-1 (4-3 PK) (L)
vs. Argentina 0-1 (L)

vs. Nigeria 1-0 (W)

vs. Qatar 3-0 (W)
at Singapore 0-0 (D)
at China PR 0-0 (D)

vs. Ghana 1-0 (W)
vs. Iraq 1-0 (W)
at Iraq 1-0 (L)
at Qatar 1-3 (W)
vs. China PR 0-1 (L)

vs. South Africa 2-2 (D)
at Netherlands 1-2 (W)
at Uzbekistan 0-1 (W)

vs. Qatar 4-0 (W)
at Bahrain 0-1 (W)

at Indonesia 0-0 (D)
at Japan 0-0 (D)
vs. Kuwait 0-1 (L)

vs. Uzbekistan 2-0 (W)
at Qatar 0-0 (D)
vs. Bahrain 2-0 (W)
vs. Japan 2-1 (W)

at Republic of Ireland 0-3 (W)
at Korea Republic 3-1 (L)


(18-9-10) - They are very inconsistent, at times they look great, but then they look awful in some matches. My opinion is that this team is much weaker than the side that competed in the 2006 WC...

I don't want to have to defend Australia in this thread but a few of the more recent matches you mentioned (Kuwait and Indonesia come to mind) were played with completely local-based players since they were Asian Cup fixtures and therefore non-Fifa dates and the Euro clubs wouldn't release the overseas players. Also, the conditions players in Asia didn't help them (going from the cold of Europe to the heat of some Asian nations) and some people tend to underrate some of the Asian players going around because they don't get to see them.

Having said that though, Australia aren't the team we were in '06 and I agree will probably go out of the WC in the group stage this time round.

Back to the point though, Sneijder has as much chance of getting injured this weekend as in a normal match for Inter. He got injured against Japan ffs, who are a lot less physical team than Australia.

skeet
09 Oct 09, 08:57
what bothers me is the long trip, what's the goddamn point of traveling from milan to sydney for a fucking friendly

Alessandro
09 Oct 09, 09:33
Against Italy, we were robbed by a smart dive by Grosso.
[/.

It was a clear penalty for me...

tritolone
09 Oct 09, 11:52
...and Materazzi shouldn't be red-carded

junior55
10 Oct 09, 18:16
It's all over , 69 minutes for him and no injurie .
Does holland have another match on wednesday....

Raul Duke
11 Oct 09, 00:58
He was slow to get started but he played really well against Australia, I would say Holland's best player. His set piece's were always spot on, he initiated a lot of Holland's attacks and looked dangerous throughout the match.

Principe
11 Oct 09, 01:21
Why can't his set piece be spot on for Inter??

Raul Duke
11 Oct 09, 01:32
Why can't his set piece be spot on for Inter??

He didn't shoot from FK's. I meant his crosses from set pieces were always floated into the danger spot.

tonyloo
11 Oct 09, 02:13
He OK!!!!

Fitzy
11 Oct 09, 10:44
He was the best player on the pitch against Australia. He didn't get injured either which is good news.

jayjay
17 Oct 09, 05:49
thank fuck chellini isnt on our team hell break what there is

nice to see sneijder is ok now its time to get out and look after yourself

milton
17 Oct 09, 21:43
Wesley's performance against genoa was his best since his debut. He was *GREAT*

lonewolf19
17 Oct 09, 21:49
This guy is too good for our midfield. Simply Class

Bob Sacamano
17 Oct 09, 21:59
Wesley's performance against genoa was his best since his debut. He was *GREAT*

Totally agree. Great partnership with Deki.

Alessandro
17 Oct 09, 22:00
Sneijder is a god send... He's worth double we paid for him. So we have screwed real madrid three times now? Samuel, Cambiasso and Sneijder... All on the cheap.

Xoonky
18 Oct 09, 01:15
Actually, i have YET to believe he cost LESS than MUNTARI, damn! He is worth 4 times Muntari, he is just perfect!

FACTS: Sneijder has played 7 matches for us so far (6 wins, 1 draw against Barca), and has not played 3 this season(2 draws, 1 lose). This difference is great for the player but sucks for the team.

Ziyad
18 Oct 09, 09:15
Fantastic game from him,hope he gets more comfortable with our strikers so we get more of the same.He puts our players in that position to score so well,and you can count on him taking a good shot if things open up.Just what we needed all that time.He just needs to stay healthy and feel at home with Inter.

Jimmy Page
18 Oct 09, 11:19
Very nice sliksmoth passes and great turns, hopefully he can stay injuryfree and continue hes great form.

Toninu
18 Oct 09, 16:04
I have to say I'm delighted with Sneijder he's doing everything asked of him with a touch of great class.

Rimpel
18 Oct 09, 19:27
he's an absolute class act, suck on it real.

maxw
18 Oct 09, 19:48
we have busted real madrid yet again ;)

rsz85
18 Oct 09, 20:04
Anyone knows?

When was the last time players getting 8,5 from Gazzetta?

And we had 2. in one match. BRUTAL!

sakana
18 Oct 09, 20:05
Anyone knows?

When was the last time players getting 8,5 from Gazzetta?

And we had 2. in one match. BRUTAL!

Jovetic got a 9 for his performance against Liverpool but, yeah, they're pretty rare.

Opeum
18 Oct 09, 20:46
I'm hoping that he maintain his performance for Inter. Truely a class when he's on fire.

kylan05
19 Oct 09, 00:07
He reminds me of Bergkamp.

Hope the story will end differently though.

lonewolf19
19 Oct 09, 03:09
Thank you Real Madrid.

Efrain21C
19 Oct 09, 03:32
real madrid always offer us good solutions

after all I was denying this transfer it's starting to see that he is commited, glad to see that

Besnik
19 Oct 09, 12:50
Really he is class, in match against Genoa he was fantastic with his passess, he deserve to be man of the match, he will help us a lot in every match and hopefully he don't get any big injury so we'll gonna miss him a lot. For now everything is OK and hope this will continue, he is playing better and better every match.

junior55
19 Oct 09, 14:39
he is maybe the most important player for us this season and he is making great performances , i'm just waiting him to score a fk though cause we miss that kind of things.

sakana
19 Oct 09, 14:43
Wesley Sneijder the key as Mourinho's master plan works wonders for Inter


Sneijder, in particular, was exceptional, and although he himself did not score, the Dutch forward had a hand in three of the five goals. It has not escaped anyone's attention that Inter have now won all six of their league games in which he has played, and picked up just a point from the other two. This, though, was a victory for the group rather than any individual – a point eloquently made by a scoresheet that shows each of Inter's five goals came from a different player.

From here (http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2009/oct/19/jose-mourinho-internazionale-serie-a).

Suneet
19 Oct 09, 18:07
I'm getting a jersey.... Lets hope the players understand him and start running into space when he has the ball, he can pass it to you even if you are on the moon.

crzdcolombian
19 Oct 09, 19:28
I hope he along with our other guys start preforming better in Champions League... we basically got the Italian league in the bag.

No Eto and no Milto and still score 5 !!!

Nyall
19 Oct 09, 21:18
I've always wanted Wesley at Inter and right now I still can't believe that he's here.

Michael
19 Oct 09, 21:32
How in the world did we get him for 15-16 million? And Yes I'm getting his jersey.

cloudq
20 Oct 09, 10:46
i dont remember the last time inter had a midfielder that actually ran at defenders, commit them and then make the right pass for a guaranteed goal

Raul Duke
20 Oct 09, 12:24
i dont remember the last time inter had a midfielder that actually ran at defenders, commit them and then make the right pass for a guaranteed goal

Djorkieff back in the day?

jayjay
20 Oct 09, 13:33
How in the world did we get him for 15-16 million? And Yes I'm getting his jersey.

his name is goin on the back of mine


i still cant belive we got him as well

15 million for a player that really should be around 40+ mil

does better in big games than zlatan
can take free kicks
can play a good couple of position
good manners

moratti strikes again :happy: :lol:

Nero Indigo
20 Oct 09, 16:22
Hope his game face is on today. We need him in this team, also i think that we shouldn't stop there: we need to get rid of assholes like RQ and Mancini, who can't cut it, and get some other solid skilled MF. We need someone to take the heat off Sneijder, or else they'll be tackling his ass all day.