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VLE
14 Feb 13, 00:03
How did we get all that turkish invasion for Quaresma and nothing for Sneijder :P

Same reason ppl were jizzing when Quaresma came over.
Kids don't watch the match. They play them on video games and google youtube clips of their favorite game players.

interista4
14 Feb 13, 00:08
La grande Inter? :chan:

He did 1 brilliant season for us, nothing more.

And that season was best in Inter's history.....:derp:

Fapuccino
14 Feb 13, 00:15
La grande Inter? :chan:

He did 1 brilliant season for us, nothing more.

and ronaldo? ;)

Dylan
14 Feb 13, 01:35
Figo?

Y&h
14 Feb 13, 12:29
Are you fucking me with this? Sneijder at LGI?!!

On another note:

Sneijder: "Inter blocked a 20 million move to United." :palm:


http://www.goal.com/en/news/467/turkey/2013/02/14/3751079/inter-blocked-my-dream-move-to-manchester-united-claims

sanka
14 Feb 13, 12:32
Yollanthe at LGB, (La Grande Biatch)?

.h.
14 Feb 13, 12:33
if we're gonna play that game sneijder should remember who blocked a 35 million euro move to united in the summer of 2010.

Y&h
14 Feb 13, 12:35
I was like searching for him in the Former Players but when I didn't find his name, I was like..

No fuck no, and baaam LGI...

Bluenine
14 Feb 13, 12:39
If this is true, then Inter management are far more stupid than what I had assumed. So far, I assumed that Sneijder was the one who turned down that move, which is the only way it made sense for Inter to ask for a wage reduction. Why would any club turn down a transfer of 20m for a player they cannot afford to keep, then pay 6m in wages for 6 months, and only to sell the player for 7.5m? It makes absolutely no sense, what kind of fucking morons run our club??

Only at Inter!! Heads should roll for this, coz Inter lost out almost 20m by this extremely idiotic management... fuck you Moronatti!

I guess I am ready to join the dark side... :(


Are you fucking me with this? Sneijder at LGI?!!

On another note:

Sneijder: "Inter blocked a 20 million move to United." :palm:


http://www.goal.com/en/news/467/turkey/2013/02/14/3751079/inter-blocked-my-dream-move-to-manchester-united-claims

Y&h
14 Feb 13, 12:45
https://barnabas.wikispaces.com/file/view/darth-vader-gloves-3.gif/53238336/darth-vader-gloves-3.gif

I4E
14 Feb 13, 12:46
:yao: oh please

If it was public knowledge that Inter received offers from G'tasaray of around €8m then why in the world would Man U make an offer of €20m ? Even 'if' Man U made the first move, they are far to clever than to just throw 20m at the club under the circumstances.

sanka
14 Feb 13, 12:48
I was like searching for him in the Former Players but when I didn't find his name, I was like..

No fuck no, and baaam LGI...

Peekaboo, btw i guess you're under-represented on this one cause Sneijder is LGI for most ppl.

.h.
14 Feb 13, 12:52
I4E, that was 6 months earlier, in the summer.

Y&h
14 Feb 13, 12:53
Peekaboo, btw i guess you're under-represented on this one cause Sneijder is LGI for most ppl.

I know, but I can't help being awkward about it...

For me, it's difficult for a one season wonder to be next to the likes of Meazza & Skoglund...

I4E
14 Feb 13, 12:56
I4E, that was 6 months earlier, in the summer.

The article doesnt open. Is it just me or is it like that for everybody else ?

.h.
14 Feb 13, 12:58
me neither. but just go to goal.com/en/ and you'll find it on the front page

I4E
14 Feb 13, 12:59
me neither. but just go to goal.com/en/ and you'll find it on the front page

Tried that. Didn't work.

P.S. going to goal.com is like treading in horse shit

Doffy
14 Feb 13, 13:02
I know, but I can't help being awkward about it...

For me, it's difficult for a one season wonder to be next to the likes of Meazza & Skoglund...

alright, alright. people i have decided, we need 3 groups from now on. former players, former stars and club legends.

.h.
14 Feb 13, 13:02
FCInterNews.it then?

Y&h
14 Feb 13, 13:04
Fuck Goal.crap...

Another link.

http://www.footballgossip.org.uk/index.php/2013/02/14/manchester-united-news-inter-rejected-united-bid-claims-sneijder/

I4E
14 Feb 13, 13:05
FCInterNews.it then?

Just read it.

:lol: goal.shitcunts does it again. False story even denied by ₩€$£€₯ $₦€IJ₫€₹ himself :lol:

Y&h
14 Feb 13, 13:08
Ffs...

They call that sports journalism...

:palm:

rockball
14 Feb 13, 13:54
Not read or gonna read any article but does it say that Manu offered 20m for Sneidjer in summer of 2012?

That's bullshit for sure.

Vintage
14 Feb 13, 14:45
sneijder tweeted this few hours ago:



@sneijder101010:
Wait wait.... There is one newspaper in Turkey that claims they did an interview with me!!! NOT TRUE!!!!

interista4
14 Feb 13, 15:03
I know, but I can't help being awkward about it...

For me, it's difficult for a one season wonder to be next to the likes of Meazza & Skoglund...

And what does it have to do with Wes? you should post that on other threads of inter "legends" in that section.
They make it a right place for Wes and other players, not legends, but key players.

If it was really a "La Grande Inter" section, I am sure most people would vote former players. But we both know that it is not true.

Fapuccino
15 Feb 13, 05:08
Ffs...

They call that sports journalism...

:palm:

enough with the fucking avatars!!! I cant take it anymore!!

I4E
15 Feb 13, 06:43
Ffs...

They call that sports journalism...

:palm:

I think Vasquez has exclusive rights to that avatar image.... Expect a court order

Y&h
15 Feb 13, 12:23
enough with the fucking avatars!!! I cant take it anymore!!

Like it now?


:troll:



I think Vasquez has exclusive rights to that avatar image.... Expect a court order

Nah, I just used it for this thread.

http://forzainterforums.com/showthread.php?11426-We-re-looking-for-Inter-fans

FORZAINTERMILAN
17 Feb 13, 22:05
this is what happens when we dont have a quality player like you. now we dont have playmaker. no game plan.

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fuckin cheap moratti!

Nerazzurro
17 Feb 13, 23:11
:palm:

Nyall
18 Feb 13, 01:38
this is what happens when we dont have a quality player like you. now we dont have playmaker. no game plan.

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fuckin cheap moratti!
IIRC Sneidjer was around when we played an entire month without even scoring a goal..

FORZAINTERMILAN
18 Feb 13, 03:10
IIRC Sneidjer was around when we played an entire month without even scoring a goal..

doesnet matter. At least he is an playmaker. Behind the forwards. Guarin is not a playmaker.

Nyall
18 Feb 13, 05:55
doesnet matter. At least he is an playmaker. Behind the forwards. Guarin is not a playmaker.
Doesn't matter, didn't score.

Wallace
18 Feb 13, 05:57
IIRC Sneidjer was around when we played an entire month without even scoring a goal..

Was that the time when Ranieri was in charge?

FORZAINTERMILAN
18 Feb 13, 06:25
Doesn't matter, didn't score.

Ok :palm:
Go with Rochhi, Palacio Cassano and the rest shit

Pajo
18 Feb 13, 07:29
Ok :palm:
Go with Rochhi, Palacio Cassano and the rest shit

Really? :palm:

Nyall
18 Feb 13, 14:18
Ok :palm:
Go with Rochhi, Palacio Cassano and the rest shit

Cassano this season has been more productive than Sneijder's been in a long while for us.. not ever

dynasty27
20 Feb 13, 19:21
Oh gawd, I just cried myself the whole red carpet, this is too cute (I'm such a meme)
http://www.whosay.com/yolanthe/photos/294115

sanka
20 Feb 13, 22:03
Oh god.. :epicwin:

I4E
20 Feb 13, 23:07
Oh gawd, I just cried myself the whole red carpet, this is too cute (I'm such a meme)
http://www.whosay.com/yolanthe/photos/294115

:lol: playing for Galatasaray is a childhood dream come true. For both of them....

Big Willy
21 Feb 13, 02:38
Yolanthe is the typical social climber lol.

German_Interista
21 Feb 13, 09:25
The sad thing is that people are interested in such kind of people. I don't give one fucking fuck what this bitch says. If she is like that in the personal life, than I feel sorry for Sneijder - although she is hot.

A.l.i
21 Feb 13, 15:37
How did he do last night?

Solfice
21 Feb 13, 17:26
How did he do last night?

I didn't see the game but juding from the comments he sucked really hard.

Pajo
21 Feb 13, 17:36
Watched extended highlights (20 minutes) only and yes, he did suck. Well, i wouldt say he suck, he didn't make any major mistake, but wasn't good either. He was barely involved in the game. Granted, he played as LM in 4-4-2.

Native
21 Feb 13, 20:41
I actually watched the game, and he didn't suck at all. On NU.nl there's a report with comments from the coach of GS, and he said that he was disappointed with Drogba and Sneijder's performances. He just neglected to mention that he played them both horribly out of their positions.

Despite that I've still seen Wes making four great runs with some very smart passes within the first twenty mins alone. The players who received those passes, however, immediately fucked them up; they were clueless beyond belief as the team is made of loose sand instead of being built around Sneijder. Continueing making such runs and passes would be a waste of energy, so he slowed down. Coach replaced them both in the second half and then Gala played even worse. This is just another case like we had here: play Wes out of position, in a team full of shitty clueless players with no game plan, and yes he will look useless. Unless you go look at the stats and compare them to the rest of the team...

This horrible coach is the reason behind Gala's failure. He didn't build a team around Sneijder and upon that even thinks a guy who hasn't played an official match for almost half a year should suddenly play like a god. It just doesn't work like that, and now that he has found out the hard way he decides to hide behind these two famous players now that he has them and blames them for it, instead of defending them.

Sneijder and Drogba did good under the circumstances. Better than anyone else in their team. Deciding to join that team was just a bad decision... unless that coach gets sacked and we'll see.

Fitzy
21 Feb 13, 22:06
he played as LM in 4-4-2.:lol: His coach needs a smack up the side of the head.

I4E
22 Feb 13, 00:12
Despite what Sneijder's performance was like and what position he played in, the important thing is he was payed extremely well...

dynasty27
22 Feb 13, 08:17
The sad thing is that people are interested in such kind of people. I don't give one fucking fuck what this bitch says. If she is like that in the personal life, than I feel sorry for Sneijder - although she is hot.Disgusted Yao! Show some respect to her and women in general!

Wobblz
22 Feb 13, 09:02
Show some respect to her and women in general!

FUCK WOMEN!

K.I.
22 Feb 13, 10:10
Even if he is one the left, he wont play as a winger, he will be cutting inside alot so i wouldnt really worry about what it says on the formation sheet.

Inter Siamo Noi
22 Feb 13, 17:47
Even if he is one the left, he wont play as a winger, he will be cutting inside alot so i wouldnt really worry about what it says on the formation sheet.

He really did play as a winger, hardly cutted inside. And he played bad, but still he grabbed the ball that lead to Gala's goal and gave a great through pass to Drogba who should've scored in 1-on-1 situation.

Mad Biscione
22 Feb 13, 19:44
FUCK WOMEN!

expected more thanks than 0 :awwyeah:


poor Wesley :trollol:

Fitzy
22 Feb 13, 23:25
FUCK WOMEN!

Ok

Wallace
22 Feb 13, 23:48
Been there done that, the coach 100% did not do his homework on Wes. If he can play on the left in a 4-4-2, he would have already succeeded with Ranieri.

He'd do ok-ish, but he'd be very far from his best.

If cutting is your only move on the wing, then you're pretty much all figured out by your opponents.

Wobblz
23 Feb 13, 08:57
expected more thanks than 0 :awwyeah:

My inner thank whore is crying tears of blood. :(

shingayi
25 Feb 13, 19:24
Just scored a beauty in Turkey ;)

Bob Sacamano
25 Feb 13, 19:35
Just scored a beauty in Turkey ;)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrY1LqC0_Jk

Pajo
25 Feb 13, 19:40
Perfect goal.

Solfice
25 Feb 13, 20:22
Damn, what a beauty!:fap: But wasn't it from offside?

king_elnino
26 Feb 13, 02:57
Damn ... Just when i want t post he's doom now.

And now he score a beauty curve shoot..:okay:

Wallace
26 Feb 13, 09:18
Easy goal, I do that on Fifa all the time.

:derp:

interista4
26 Feb 13, 09:29
Wait, how come he's not injuried?

Sokrates
26 Feb 13, 10:09
Wait, how come he's not injuried?

I am asking myself always the same question when I see a new post in this thread :lol:

jmaster
26 Feb 13, 10:11
Wait, how come he's not injuried?

He took a pay cut.

dynasty27
13 Mar 13, 20:47
At least one Interista is reppin in CL. Clearly it wasn't about the money.... i4e.
Btw much credit to Gala medical staff.

sanka
13 Mar 13, 20:53
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-6tkaFV7VfhA/T_cf3DH91rI/AAAAAAAAFaA/bUpqXzNQphA/s1600/The+amazing+corgi+dog+demotivational+poster.jpg

Play 3-4 consecutive games. What a goal..

dynasty27
13 Mar 13, 22:24
Find Wes :jajajajaja:
http://instagram.com/p/WxsPlgysPP/

Besnik
13 Mar 13, 22:27
lol

KevinB
13 Mar 13, 22:39
If he stays the entire season fit at Galatasaray, the medical team should be instantly fired.

Imagine Ricky there playing 3/4 of the matches :fffuuu:

Universe
14 Mar 13, 00:04
Find Wes :jajajajaja:
http://instagram.com/p/WxsPlgysPP/

Gay porn goes in the 18+ thread pls.

Nyall
14 Mar 13, 01:23
If he stays the entire season fit at Galatasaray, the medical team should be instantly fired.

Imagine Ricky there playing 3/4 of the matches :fffuuu:

Again you don't blame the doctors when a player gets hurt..

dynasty27
14 Mar 13, 07:39
Gay porn goes in the 18+ thread pls.

thats matrix porn and btw only +14.

Pajo
17 Mar 13, 15:52
So, so far he has 2 goals and zero assists in 10 games for the Turks. How is he doing overall, since statistics doesn't mean much?

Raul Duke
17 Mar 13, 16:47
thats matrix porn and btw only +14.

Your Fav player cracked me up...at 2:47am

Miles
17 Mar 13, 18:18
So, so far he has 2 goals and zero assists in 10 games for the Turks. How is he doing overall, since statistics doesn't mean much?

When I saw him vs Schalke I thought he was too close to the strikers, maybe it's Terims choice to play him there, but I think he's much better when he starts deep, looks up and uses his awesome vision and long range passing. Now he's pretty much forced to dribble and to get in the box which aren't his best qualities.

I think that this problem is because of Inans presence in the starting eleven, Inan is their playmaker and their soul, he's too important so Terim doesn't want to hand Sneijder the whole resposibility of the creation just yet.

The777
17 Mar 13, 18:56
He played good today until he was substituted with Amrabat, when the scoreline was 0-3. But the problem is, in general, many of the players do not understand anything from his style and when Wes sends a very good ball, players get caught unaware and therefore team loses the ball.

Ed.
17 Mar 13, 20:04
He played good today until he was substituted with Amrabat, when the scoreline was 0-3. But the problem is, in general, many of the players do not understand anything from his style and when Wes sends a very good ball, players get caught unaware and therefore team loses the ball.

He must feel like he is still at inter.

F U C K MILAN
22 Mar 13, 17:57
Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder has admitted that he still has great affection for his time at Inter, despite having to leave the club.

The Dutch playmaker was sold in January after a lengthy contract dispute with the Nerazzurri heirarchy.

But the 28-year-old has insisted that it was not Andrea Stramaccioni's fault he left the side.

“Stramaccioni had to do what he had to do,” he told Volkskrant. “He has a great opportunity at Inter.

“It was not his fault. I have always had a good relationship with the club and the President.

“I realised, at a certain point that I had to leave. But I took responsibility, as I always do.

“I am happy now. Galatasaray is a great club. I knew I had to come here – there's not point crying over the past.”

at least this guy shows respect unlike the other ungrateful fucks...

ur-um
23 Mar 13, 03:39
Injured again, it seems.

Pajo
26 Mar 13, 01:11
Injured again, won't play vs. Romania, medical exams expected tomorrow in Turkey. Maher is called instead in his NT.

Fapuccino
26 Mar 13, 03:54
Injured again, won't play vs. Romania, medical exams expected tomorrow in Turkey. Maher is called instead in his NT.

http://www.theblaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Bill-Maher-HBO-270x147.jpg

Scottish_one
02 Apr 13, 22:35
at least this guy shows respect unlike the other ungrateful fucks...

http://www.football-italia.net/32605/sneijder-snipes-inter


“I don’t want to say anything about the Nerazzurri,” replied Sneijder. “I will just say this: See where I am? I have to play a Champions League quarter-final.

hardly 'showing respect'

thorn
02 Apr 13, 22:46
I think he just tried to prove that Gala isnt a step back for him.

Scottish_one
02 Apr 13, 22:58
it wasn't a bad comment but still its certainly not showing any respect our way

jmaster
02 Apr 13, 23:33
who gives a fuck anyway?

Scottish_one
03 Apr 13, 00:23
who gives a fuck anyway?

fair one, Touche

can't argue with that

Aurel
03 Apr 13, 00:34
Wes was just one of my favourite players and now he transfromed into a dumb fuck. My aunt bought me an inter jersey and guess which name is on the back?

God damn it!!

Darren
03 Apr 13, 03:06
it wasn't a bad comment but still its certainly not showing any respect our way

Why is truth = disrespectful for some people? He didn't insult Inter, just said that Gala is a step-up from Inter, which is a stone-cold fact.

Hasan
03 Apr 13, 06:22
He was a legend but after partying with Paris Hilton he started to go down. First his preformances on the pitch and now his statmenets, intelegence going dowwn.

Sokrates
03 Apr 13, 06:37
How is he doing at Gala?

Wallace
03 Apr 13, 06:55
Can't say I disagree with what he said, made a pretty good decision to join a club who could compete in the Champions League.

I'm happy for him.

I4E
03 Apr 13, 06:56
How is the medical team doing at Gala?

FIFxed

Numero Dieci
03 Apr 13, 22:29
Hr's finished as a top player.

Only 29 yet plays like he's 36.

William
03 Apr 13, 22:42
It looked like he enjoyed his quarter final tonight...

MiQ
05 Apr 13, 14:04
Has he ever got injured and been't unavailable for a game in Turkey? (it seems he has missed some NT games, but). If not, it strongly suggests something...

Scottish_one
09 Apr 13, 21:50
awful miss by him tonight, scored a few minutes later, brilliant touch and good finish

Batman
09 Apr 13, 22:06
Great touch but a bit lucky, overall a great goal, played better than the first leg.

Native
09 Apr 13, 22:54
Assist for the first goal and scored the second...

William
09 Apr 13, 23:09
Tryhard

Serie A
09 Apr 13, 23:51
I miss wesley :(

Guney
22 Apr 13, 21:13
http://i37.tinypic.com/beapef.jpg

Serie A
22 Apr 13, 23:29
Its disgusing the way we treated this legend

Wallace
23 Apr 13, 12:05
Wow, must love Inter.

b4h4mooth
23 Apr 13, 12:38
Wow, must love Inter money.

:yao:

homaru
01 May 13, 02:17
ROFL!

Bergpavian
06 May 13, 17:37
http://f.blick.ch/img/incoming/origs2293534/2428635408-w980-h653-q70/012296651.jpg

Won the championship this weekend.

TheNetworkZ
07 May 13, 00:34
He's laughing about all the money he just made.

Nah, I'm kidding. Congrats Wes! Also good job on not being injured for a record breaking 6 months.

Dylan
07 May 13, 00:57
Pity he only had about 15 months of a career.

nerazzurri4life
07 May 13, 03:12
Meh. We play better without him anyway

edit:

forgot to add...

#FiFlogic


:oblivious:

Pimpin
07 May 13, 03:21
we need to sell guarin too , so we can go on a 30 game winning streak.

they are the ones who hold us back

I4E
07 May 13, 04:23
Congrats ₩€$£€₯. Galatasaray would never have won it without you. Ever.

Hasan
07 May 13, 06:15
Also good job on not being injured for a record breaking 6 months.

That's another prove after Coutinho that Strama's trainings killing our players.

Interistafrog
31 May 13, 10:18
"Inter tried to destroy me. I was sorry for players and fans but for someone else I didn't mind Inter finished ninth in Serie A"
http://www.goal.com/en/news/10/italy/2013/05/31/4015487/sneijder-revels-in-inters-misery
Harsh words from Wes, even if he ain't totally wrong.
BTW, after this statement, is his spot in "La Grande Inter" in jeopardy ? :einstein:

Pajo
31 May 13, 10:19
Dunno how true this is, it doesnt say source. But i got it on Macedonian site, quite good site.

So, here it goes:


Galatasatay playmaker attacked his former club Inter, after he was sold in January. He says he is happy that his former team has finished bellow Eropean competition place.

Wesley Sneijder had problems with Inter management because he declined to sign new contract for less wage, and because of that he was frozen out the squad even when fit to play. Sneijder claims that the bad season Inter had is returning to them like boomerang.

„I am sorry about my former teammates and the fans, but i don't feel sorry for the rest in the club and the coach that had to leave because they finished 9th. They didnt win even Europa League spot, and now i hope they realize what they have done and think about it", Sneijder said.

Galtasaray's player also added that the people in the club do not deserve his respect or trust and all that happened to him at Inter only made him stronger. The Dutch in his first season in Galatasaray maanged to win the title in the Turkish league.

edit: oh well, same thing posted in a matter of seconds. :D

J..
31 May 13, 10:36
He is right about the management.

Pajo
31 May 13, 10:40
I still think it's not appropriate to speak in public how glad he is that Inter is doing bad. He says he is sorry for the fans and players, but interviews like this only make it worse. Why didnt he accept the paycut anyway?

Toninu
31 May 13, 10:46
He's attacked the management not the players, not the fans not even Strama we do that every day.

northx57
31 May 13, 10:50
Completely agree with Sneijder, I'm glad he spoke out about the shitty management.

Maslany
31 May 13, 10:52
I'm just mad our management froze him. They should have used him til the last fucking teardrop. And then release him, since we don't need a guy who plays like shit and gets payed big. Scumbag!

Native
31 May 13, 10:55
I'm just mad our management froze him. They should have used him til the last fucking teardrop. And then release him, since we don't need a guy who plays like shit and gets payed big. Scumbag!
:genius:

Solfice
31 May 13, 11:00
He's attacked the management not the players, not the fans not even Strama we do that every day.

He did attack Strama, he said that he dosen't care that Strama had to go. He said that he felt sorry only for fans and players.

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I still think it's not appropriate to speak in public how glad he is that Inter is doing bad. He says he is sorry for the fans and players, but interviews like this only make it worse. Why didnt he accept the paycut anyway?

But why should he have had accepted? Yeah, he wasn't playing that good anymore but that was the contract. Anyway, really shitty way to end all it like that. One of my favorite players gets fucked like that by my favorite club.:chan:

Maslany
31 May 13, 11:00
:genius:
Because it's true? Sneijder post 2010 was a Schelotto kind of player. He did shit, he was always injured, and he was paid what, 4 mil or more? Give me a break, and leave that fanboyish attitude aside... was he worth it? Why didn't he accept the paycut? Or why didn't he bossed previously and proved the management that he deserves that huge wage?

Bruce007
31 May 13, 11:01
did he realize that his wife destroyed his career?

Wobblz
31 May 13, 11:06
Fuck Wesley. You have no moral right to speak ill of your former team this way no matter.

It's not what he says, generally we could all agree partly but the exact phrasing and manner he put it. He is, once again, behaving like the little bitch we all know he can be.

He should be thankful every single day of his life that this team picked his sorry rejected ass off Madrid and enabled him to reach glory and status he would probably never even smell.

Good luck winning the CL with this elephant graveyard Gala.

Native
31 May 13, 11:13
Fuck Wesley. You have no moral right to speak ill of your former team this way no matter.

It's not what he says, generally we could all agree partly but the exact phrasing and manner he put it. He is, once again, behaving like the little bitch we all know he can be.

He should be thankful every single day of his life that this team picked his sorry rejected ass off Madrid and enabled him to reach glory and status he would probably never even smell.

Good luck winning the CL with this elephant graveyard Gala.
And there I was thinking people have freedom of speech. I know the this world doesn't leave you with a lot of freedom in the first place, but if you cannot even speak badly about people who treated you like little bitches themselves, then I don't know what is even left. Why can't you empathize the situation he had in his last months here? How would YOU like to be treated that way? Living in some foreign country to play your favorite game, the hobby you managed to turn into your work. And then you get treated like garbage because of some uncapable management, living there feeling mixed up and shit for months. Having nothing to do, unable to play your favorite game because some retarded old fucks decided so. And you dare to say he has no right to speak badly of that management? Those are even the only ones he insulted, not the players!

You also tend to forget he made us reach glory and status we would probably not even have smelled without him in return as well.

And if Gala, a team playing CL, is an "elephant graveyard"... then what the fuck are we?

Bergpavian
31 May 13, 11:13
Because it's true? Sneijder post 2010 was a Schelotto kind of player.

Wohwohwoh! Let's be fair: When he came back in the second half of the season 2010/11 he was doing good. And he was also doing good before he god injured this season.




Good luck winning the CL with this elephant graveyard Gala.

:palm:

1. At the moment it's more realistic that Gala wins the CL than Inter because they are in it.
2. Gala won the title, they can offer high wages and they have their own great stadium.

We Inter fans shouldn't be that arrogant in our current state.

Maslany
31 May 13, 11:23
We are what we are here. It's our fucking forum and we can be as arrogant as we want here. It's our place... and he's a public person, he should be able to choose words to put out his personal opinion on the matter. This club is not consisted only by the players.

Offending the team and saying that you're happy it failed, that is something only anti-fans do. He lost the last piece of respect i had for him.

Pajo
31 May 13, 11:33
did he realize that his wife destroyed his career?

I've been saying that for like a year or two :D

Toninu
31 May 13, 12:19
Meh Wes' head grew 10 times bigger following the 2010 season he thought he was some footballing god, he couldn't lead the team he just lost his shit and got frustrated he's not a leader.

Universe
31 May 13, 12:34
Why didnt he accept the paycut anyway?

Apparently he tried to accept, but by then it was 'too late' and he was sold to Gala.

Bergpavian
31 May 13, 12:43
We are what we are here. It's our fucking forum and we can be as arrogant as we want here. It's our place...

You can say whatever you want but calling Gala an elephant graveyard makes you and our team look like complete douchebags. When I look how much the ones like Stankovic or Chivu got paid for their "performances" this season ... Drogba at least still performs good in CL.

And key players in our team this season (Cambiasso, JZ, Milito, Palacio, Cassano) were older than the ones in Galas team. Not speaking that I would love having a striker like Yilmaz at Inter.

Pajo
31 May 13, 12:51
Apparently he tried to accept, but by then it was 'too late' and he was sold to Gala.

No, he thought that clubs would turn the earth around to get him, and in the end there was no other club bar Gala that wanted him. So he decided to sign, but was too late, iirc it was the last days of the mercato.

Sokrates
31 May 13, 12:57
How did he do this half season at Gala?

Pajo
31 May 13, 13:03
Btw, i wouldn't argue who was at fault, him, the management... I think BOTH sides acted like spoiled brats.

Wobblz
31 May 13, 13:04
You can say whatever you want but calling Gala an elephant graveyard makes you and our team look like complete douchebags. When I look how much the ones like Stankovic or Chivu got paid for their "performances" this season ... Drogba at least still performs good in CL.

And key players in our team this season (Cambiasso, JZ, Milito, Palacio, Cassano) were older than the ones in Galas team. Not speaking that I would love having a striker like Yilmaz at Inter.

It was me who called Gala an elephant graveyard and I stand by my words.

Yes, they have money to pay the wages of players considered finished by the top flight teams and are able to stitch together a decent team,
yes they play in CL every other year but the fact is the Turkish Superlig is the 15th strongest league in the world and for a player that thinks he's still WC that's not a place to be when 27-8 [in his supposed zenith]. Why did he end there?

See, that's the problem with Wesley - he made a simple decision. I don't know all the details and who's the victim in the saga - him or the management but still. He rejected MU the year before and he rejected the pay-cut we offered him. He was useless on the pitch and acting like he was the same player he was two years ago.

He participated in the managements game [and maybe he created it in the first place, we can't be sure cause this hasn't happened so far] and failed to play his hand wisely.

Toninu
31 May 13, 14:08
Btw, i wouldn't argue who was at fault, him, the management... I think BOTH sides acted like spoiled brats.

Yep in simpler terms it was two incompetent worlds colliding.

Aby
31 May 13, 14:18
It was me who called Gala an elephant graveyard and I stand by my words.

Yes, they have money to pay the wages of players considered finished by the top flight teams and are able to stitch together a decent team,
yes they play in CL every other year but the fact is the Turkish Superlig is the 15th strongest league in the world and for a player that thinks he's still WC that's not a place to be when 27-8 [in his supposed zenith]. Why did he end there?

See, that's the problem with Wesley - he made a simple decision. I don't know all the details and who's the victim in the saga - him or the management but still. He rejected MU the year before and he rejected the pay-cut we offered him. He was useless on the pitch and acting like he was the same player he was two years ago.

He participated in the managements game [and maybe he created it in the first place, we can't be sure cause this hasn't happened so far] and failed to play his hand wisely.

Look at the other part. Wes never demanded the 6m pa contract we gave him in the summer of 2010. Moratti in his generous self made the stupid decision (it was not just Wes, host of others who got a pay raise that year - Deki, Chuchu, Il Principe, Julio all of them got top raises).

Two years later when our financial status wasnt good, we wanted Wes to take pay cut. Why should he have? And please recollect how we treated him. We went public with our stance and made Wes look like a money grabbing mercenary (and in the process destroying his value in transfer market). If he holds grudges who can blame him? At least he has the decency to tell that he holds grudges only against certain elements of the management and not the club as whole.

The fact remains that Wes acted to protect his financial interests, while we did the same. The difference was we made it very public and ugly.

Pajo
31 May 13, 14:23
Who knows if he didnt want new contract? Do you, or even the media know if he has asked?

As far as we can tell, he may have gone and said Moratti - "i want 6 mils or i want out". OR, moratti told him, "Hre is 6 mils for you to stay". We will never know, and we can only guess.

Fitzy
31 May 13, 14:34
Meh, I see nothing wrong with what he said. He's basically saying that they made the wrong decision regarding him, which I agree with.

Bergpavian
31 May 13, 14:55
It was me who called Gala an elephant graveyard and I stand by my words.

Yes, they have money to pay the wages of players considered finished by the top flight teams and are able to stitch together a decent team,
yes they play in CL every other year but the fact is the Turkish Superlig is the 15th strongest league in the world and for a player that thinks he's still WC that's not a place to be when 27-8 [in his supposed zenith]. Why did he end there?

Tell me one star we got in the last three years that was not "finished by the top flight teams". Forlan? Or better: Tell me one star we got in the last three years. Even four years ago Sneijder and Eto came to us because they weren't wanted in their teams anymore.

I bet that Gala would beat every team of the Serie A beside the top 3. Fenerbahce kicked Lazio - a team that beat us twice this year - out of EL. Last year we weren't able to win against Trabzonspor twice. And when I look at the attendance Gala has in every match they would be in third place of Serie A - not far behind us and Milan.

I agree with you that Gala is no address for a top player on his zenith. But when I look at this field of rubble our club is at the moment I wouldn't be so loud.



And about the Sneijder statements: I don't care what he says about our management. When I read what Forlan said and what rumours about the sacking of Strama are around I'm not wondering about anything.

His quotes on football-italia.net (http://football-italia.net/34808/sneijder-inter-tried-destroy-me):


“I am very sorry for the players and the fans after they finished ninth,” he told De Telegraaf.

“And also for the Coach who has now gone.”

“But I am not sorry at all for the other components of the club.”

“I hope their failure to qualify for the Europa League will see them reflect on some of the mistakes they have made.”

“The Nerazzurri tried to destroy me several times – if I had not been strong mentally, I would have hung up my boots.”

“I experienced difficult times there. Many people at that club do not deserve my respect.”

Wallace
31 May 13, 21:12
Most of those things he said was pretty objective, like what an average FIF member would say.

That is, ignoring the part where he talked about his grudge with the management.

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Illyricum
31 May 13, 21:53
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8MO7fkZc5o

CafeCordoba
31 May 13, 22:25
Who knows if he didnt want new contract? Do you, or even the media know if he has asked?

As far as we can tell, he may have gone and said Moratti - "i want 6 mils or i want out". OR, moratti told him, "Hre is 6 mils for you to stay". We will never know, and we can only guess.

Come on. It's not a question, if his agent asked that. Of course he asked that, Milito got his raise, of course Sneijder wanted his raise too. NO ONE, not even Moratti, is a club owner who GIVES a raise just like that without agent pressure.

That is a fact.

- - - Updated - - -

Sorry, didn't follow what Sneijder has actually said.

This says it all (been said it this thread already)

http://www.gazzetta.it/Calcio/Squadre/Inter/31-05-2013/inter-picconate-sneijder-mi-volevano-fare-pezzi-20487013306.shtml

This management is just completely incompetent.

Iron_Inter
31 May 13, 22:27
“I am very sorry for the players and the fans after they finished ninth,” he told De Telegraaf.

“And also for the Coach who has now gone.”

“But I am not sorry at all for the other components of the club.”

“I hope their failure to qualify for the Europa League will see them reflect on some of the mistakes they have made.”

“The Nerazzurri tried to destroy me several times – if I had not been strong mentally, I would have hung up my boots.”

“I experienced difficult times there. Many people at that club do not deserve my respect.”

If this is true what Sneijder said, then its clear that the only reason why he leave us was not Strama decision but Branca's and our management. Some of FIF said back then that Strama didn't wanted Sneijder cause he didnt fit his playing style, that was the time we had wining streak without Sneijder and Strama often used 3-5-2 or 3-4-3.

interindo
31 May 13, 22:52
yeah, what he said was logical and understandable.. but sneijder can see it himself that we were fucked for the last two seasons..
so we were fucked together.. something we share in common

Inter Siamo Noi
01 Jun 13, 12:23
http://www.fcinternews.it/?action=read&idnotizia=116489

Suraj
01 Jun 13, 21:14
I guess it's a little unprofessional but i can see why he would talk about it. So all in all he has a right to say how he feels.

chipschups
01 Jun 13, 22:32
he telling the truth tbh,,
this is too much if we still defending our incompetent management after had a worst season,,

jmaster
01 Jun 13, 23:30
Sneijder you domme kutslet kut

Native
02 Jun 13, 01:29
Yeah. Dumb cuntslut cunt.

Darren
02 Jun 13, 03:55
Who knows if he didnt want new contract? Do you, or even the media know if he has asked?

As far as we can tell, he may have gone and said Moratti - "i want 6 mils or i want out". OR, moratti told him, "Hre is 6 mils for you to stay". We will never know, and we can only guess.

Like you say, we don't know everything. So let's look at what we do know: firstly, he is NOT happy Inter is doing bad. He said he doesn't mind it for other people (management). While he feels sorry for the fans/players and that these results are not Inter-worthy. In other words: he wants Inter to do well.

Secondly, the paycut issue is irrelevant. It was within his right as a professional player to not accept that. End of story. What however WAS fucked up, was management banning him from twitter for no good reason, and freezing him out of the squad. I don't know if you guys have already forgotten, but management BLACKMAILED our treble champion with the no sign/no play. Not only is that extremely unprofessional and disrespectful (especially to a treble champ), but it was also stupid from a footballing perspective.

So like others said, he basically just attacked the management. And rightly fucking so! Ninth place! It's good that he spoke out. If people don't adress the need for change, nothing'll happen and we'll make the same mistakes that we've been making for the last 3 years! How are things going to change if people don't speak out or take action?

Is it a coincidence that former players speak badly of Inter management/power cliques when they leave? Motta, Vieri, Sneijder. I get the feeling that Moratti and co., and the Argentian contingent in general, have treated other parties badly while favoring themselves, with the club suffering as a result.

Big Willy
04 Jun 13, 00:16
Chelsea made an enquiry for him, according to Tancredi.

pencilpal
04 Jun 13, 00:28
I bet that Gala would beat every team of the Serie A beside the top 3. Fenerbahce kicked Lazio - a team that beat us twice this year - out of EL. Last year we weren't able to win against Trabzonspor twice. And when I look at the attendance Gala has in every match they would be in third place of Serie A - not far behind us and Milan.

I certainly don't agree. The Turkish Superleague is miles behind Serie A, in terms of both quality and balance.

After the first leg of the match between Lazio and Fenerbahce, the referee apologized to the Lazio Sporting director for the terrible arbitration throughout the game. Additionally, the coach of Fenerbahce admitted that Lazio played better football. And Libor Kozak, imo a giraffe of a player, was attempting to take the place of injured Miroslav Klose, so your argument doesn't work.

In the game against Trabzonspor it was clear the Inter players didn't regard it as a priority, and even so, regardless of the results, we played much stronger football than them. We clearly had the upper hand.

Galatasary's defence is atrocious, and their attack isn't too strong because of its age; in Serie A, all their attackers except for Burak Yilmaz would get injured. Maybe Felipe Melo would be healthy.

Bruce007
05 Jun 13, 09:57
2994


2995
hmm, i forgot to bring my watch


2996
he might wondering...where are galatasaray fans in here? nah..they must be hiding somewhere

Bluenine
05 Jun 13, 11:34
Like you say, we don't know everything. So let's look at what we do know: firstly, he is NOT happy Inter is doing bad. He said he doesn't mind it for other people (management). While he feels sorry for the fans/players and that these results are not Inter-worthy. In other words: he wants Inter to do well.

Secondly, the paycut issue is irrelevant. It was within his right as a professional player to not accept that. End of story. What however WAS fucked up, was management banning him from twitter for no good reason, and freezing him out of the squad. I don't know if you guys have already forgotten, but management BLACKMAILED our treble champion with the no sign/no play. Not only is that extremely unprofessional and disrespectful (especially to a treble champ), but it was also stupid from a footballing perspective.

So like others said, he basically just attacked the management. And rightly fucking so! Ninth place! It's good that he spoke out. If people don't adress the need for change, nothing'll happen and we'll make the same mistakes that we've been making for the last 3 years! How are things going to change if people don't speak out or take action?

Is it a coincidence that former players speak badly of Inter management/power cliques when they leave? Motta, Vieri, Sneijder. I get the feeling that Moratti and co., and the Argentian contingent in general, have treated other parties badly while favoring themselves, with the club suffering as a result.

The Sneijder saga demonstrates how stupid our transfer strategy and planning actually is. Forget the internal story, which we don't know completely, and just look at the facts:

- Inter gave Sneijder (and many other treble winners) significantly higher wages in 2010, when we knew we cannot afford that with FFP.
- When those wages starting hurting Inter, we blackmailed him to leave.
- Inter waited till his market value crashed from 40m, and sold him for 6m!

That's a reactive, bullshit management who cannot think ahead at all.

DARi0
05 Jun 13, 12:01
Meh, I see nothing wrong with what he said. He's basically saying that they made the wrong decision regarding him, which I agree with.

Exaclty. He didn't say anything out of ordinary, he just backed up his outcome with facts (9th place without him).

I'm with Sneijder on this one! Our management treated him badly, froze him out of the squad (which was stupid IMO, we should have used him!) in order to force him to sign a NEW OFFER from us. He had every right not to sign it. Now how stupid is that?! You want players to stay but you put pressure on them like that?! Meanwhile lowering his transfer fee to suicidal rates :palm: So it's a DOUBLE fuckup from our management, both in man-handling and transfer-economic wise!

Of course he has a strong personality and HUGE EGO, but club should have thought of this before commencing such dangerous manouvers! I mean he's not Muntari! Everything started from dropping him from the squad.

I still rate him and I wouldn't be surprised if Mou signs him ;)

Alex de Large
05 Jun 13, 12:59
And we still have such players like Mundigayi hahahahah, what a shitty team this has become, thanks Moratti and the management, thank you fuckin' idiots for waste our best players.

Armes
06 Jun 13, 21:27
Recent Branca interview on Sneijder:

Int: Sneijder has attacked you heavily.
MB: "We acuired Wesley when he was out of the project Real. With us he has won very fast and almost touched the Golden Ball. Do you know what the truth is?"

Int: I'm listening.
MB: "In reality, for Sneijder we have never received official offers, except from Galatasaray. After the treble there haven't been any offers. We were content to the point that we rediscussed and prolonged the contract. Last summer during the break, Wesley presented himself healthy, on good form, motivated, captain of his national team. He was injured against Chievo. On december, for questions that had to do with his contract, I had asked him a meeting: I wanted to discuss a certain eventual "coating". He would have earned something more, but at the same time he would have made less heavy the economical situation of the club. He did not accept the meeting, but it was his right to do so."

Int: And you then "disgraced" him in monovison.
MB: "I repeat, it was his right, but on the other side, it was our right as well to comunicate that, for economic problems, one of our best players was on mercato. Thanks to that anouncement, there came forward a society that was concrete and serious: Galatasaray. They sattisfied our requests and those of Wes. We sold him for 7.5 million and in the end we ended up having a little gain."

Scottish_one
06 Jun 13, 21:53
Recent Branca interview on Sneijder:

Int: Sneijder has attacked you heavily.
MB: "We acuired Wesley when he was out of the project Real. With us he has won very fast and almost touched the Golden Ball. Do you know what the truth is?"

Int: I'm listening.
MB: "In reality, for Sneijder we have never received official offers, except from Galatasaray. After the treble there haven't been any offers. We were content to the point that we rediscussed and prolonged the contract. Last summer during the break, Wesley presented himself healthy, on good form, motivated, captain of his national team. He was injured against Chievo. On december, for questions that had to do with his contract, I had asked him a meeting: I wanted to discuss a certain eventual "coating". He would have earned something more, but at the same time he would have made less heavy the economical situation of the club. He did not accept the meeting, but it was his right to do so."

Int: And you then "disgraced" him in monovison.
MB: "I repeat, it was his right, but on the other side, it was our right as well to comunicate that, for economic problems, one of our best players was on mercato. Thanks to that anouncement, there came forward a society that was concrete and serious: Galatasaray. They sattisfied our requests and those of Wes. We sold him for 7.5 million and in the end we ended up having a little gain."
this is the version i have always taken and the way i seen it from the start

He wouldn't take a paycut even though he was being offered performance based bonuses on top of a lower wage, im not saying he had to but it was probably clear to him after the clean out in the summer what would happen if he didnt

he was well within his rights to reject it but the club after hardly having a notable performance for the last 30million they spent paying him also had a right to put him up for sale. he played well in the Euro's even though holland were a bit crap, if he hadn't he probably would have been sold in the summer.

most of the fuss cause between his refusal qand his sale was caused by Wes often via his wife

My personal opinion is that he thought he was bigger than the club and he should be no where near LGI

vasilios
06 Jun 13, 23:32
I think the fact that we froze him out of the squad until he signed a new contract (which Branca himself admitted was the case) caused far more of a fuss than any tweets, anything his wife said, or any other such trivial nonsense. Not to mention the tweets only became a big deal when Inter banned him and fined him for telling the truth that he wasn't injured at all. Did people expect him to stay silent and play along with the charade that he was still injured? Inter handled the situation about as poorly as they possibly could have.

Toninu
07 Jun 13, 00:07
But at the end of the day Inter offered him a contract for lesser money in the short term and more money in the long term, a contract in which he could have ended his career with us and he snubbed us. Sneijder had no problem kissing the badge when we were winning but then when all of a sudden the club wanted him to sacrifice and it's not really a sacrifice since he'll still be a millionaire he took his ball and left. Could Branca have tackled the situation better? Oh fuck yes, but still Sneijder's primadonna attitude after the treble really pissed me off.

Fitzy
07 Jun 13, 00:49
I think this just reinforces that we don't have any long-term planning. We knew FFP was coming, and we offered him a better contract. He accepted it, and then a little while later the club thought "oh shit, we can't afford this contract" and wanted to change it. He was then told he wasn't playing simply for playing out the contract agreed to. Sure, he could have put the club first and went with a smaller deal, but he didn't... And he was well within his right to do so as it was within the terms of his current contract. The club fucked up big time.

vasilios
07 Jun 13, 00:55
But at the end of the day Inter offered him a contract for lesser money in the short term and more money in the long term, a contract in which he could have ended his career with us and he snubbed us. Sneijder had no problem kissing the badge when we were winning but then when all of a sudden the club wanted him to sacrifice and it's not really a sacrifice since he'll still be a millionaire he took his ball and left. Could Branca have tackled the situation better? Oh fuck yes, but still Sneijder's primadonna attitude after the treble really pissed me off.

Inter & Sneijder agreed on a contract, Inter want to change that contract so that it suits them, Sneijder doesn't bend over for them, and it's Sneijder who's ungrateful, selfish, blah blah blah. Nonsense. It's a business. If people's expectations are for players to overlook the business side of things, then you simply have unrealistic expectations. How many of JZ/Cambiasso/JC/Samuel/Chivu/Stankovic/etc have agreed to wage reductions on existing contracts? Hint: it's a very small number. Hell, how many players around Italy, or Europe for that matter have done it recently? Not many.

People don't like Sneijder's attitude (probably on and off the pitch) and that's fine, but criticizing him for not signing a new contract that wasn't in his best interests is asinine. JC told management to take their contract ultimatum and shove it as well, but doesn't receive the criticism because he handled it in a classier manner. However at the end of the day, his decision was the same.

Scottish_one
07 Jun 13, 01:06
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying our management handled this well. some planning and a far less clumsy approach could have saved us all a lot of grief but i do think they were right to offer Him a different contract and as a result of his decision, get rid of him.

I am also not saying that Wes is at fault for not acceptting, thats fine and understandable but he must have known if he wanted to stay, that was the only way it was going to happen. yet all the fuss after the rejection (not helped at all by our management) but Wes is certainly not the the victim he wants to be seen as

Wallace
07 Jun 13, 02:03
Half of the people here must not be working in the real world.

That reduction is over 20% of his original wage, anyone with some sanity would slam the table and leaves.
Its an insult to an employee and his ability.

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chipschups
07 Jun 13, 02:08
Man will never be same with wife besides him,, :okay:

snake
07 Jun 13, 02:21
I think the fact that we froze him out of the squad until he signed a new contract (which Branca himself admitted was the case) caused far more of a fuss than any tweets, anything his wife said, or any other such trivial nonsense. Not to mention the tweets only became a big deal when Inter banned him and fined him for telling the truth that he wasn't injured at all. Did people expect him to stay silent and play along with the charade that he was still injured? Inter handled the situation about as poorly as they possibly could have.

Like the player in your avatar, you know what it's like when you're made of glass.

Couldn't risk putting him on the market and then injured a week later. We'd have him on our books still earning shitloads.

William
07 Jun 13, 03:15
To be fair Wesley had been playing horribly after our treble season so technically he wasn't playing to the standard we were expecting him to play for the wage he got so a 20% reduction would be appropriate if we were living in a fantasy world where players and staff acknowledged their shortcomings and accepted less until they improved.....madness!

I think that we are pretty much all in agreement that even with Wesleys diva rants an bitching our management's handling of the Wesley and JC situation was disgustingly pathetic and enough alone to embarass us and our club.

Toninu
07 Jun 13, 10:11
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying our management handled this well. some planning and a far less clumsy approach could have saved us all a lot of grief but i do think they were right to offer Him a different contract and as a result of his decision, get rid of him.

I am also not saying that Wes is at fault for not acceptting, thats fine and understandable but he must have known if he wanted to stay, that was the only way it was going to happen. yet all the fuss after the rejection (not helped at all by our management) but Wes is certainly not the the victim he wants to be seen as

I'm not saying it either, but acting like Sneijder's is fault free is ridiculous. When push came to shove Ronaldo and Recoba did lower their wages when the club needed it, Sneijder did not.

Pajo
07 Jun 13, 11:58
And i've said tons of times, i will say it again - both sides in that issue were acting like spoiled brats!

nerazzurri4life
07 Jun 13, 14:35
Jeez. The issue is not putting Wes up for sale. The issue is blackmailing players telling them to sign or don't play.

If Inter didn't do that piece, there would be nothing. It would simply be Inter offered reduced wages, player declined, Inter put him up for sale and sold him. END OF STORY.

rockball
07 Jun 13, 14:35
And in the end, Sneijder and Moratti belong to LGI but Branca doesn't. So we know who's the winner.

jmaster
07 Jun 13, 22:00
And in the end, Sneijder and Moratti belong to LGI but Branca doesn't. So we know who's the winner.

On LGI there's usually players who left Inter or retired, just in case you don't know. Moratti is well, the owner of the club, you can Google that just to make sure. And Branca is a staff member who can't really make an impact in our team.

Armes
07 Jun 13, 23:11
Inter & Sneijder agreed on a contract, Inter want to change that contract so that it suits them, Sneijder doesn't bend over for them, and it's Sneijder who's ungrateful, selfish, blah blah blah. Nonsense. It's a business. If people's expectations are for players to overlook the business side of things, then you simply have unrealistic expectations. How many of JZ/Cambiasso/JC/Samuel/Chivu/Stankovic/etc have agreed to wage reductions on existing contracts? Hint: it's a very small number. Hell, how many players around Italy, or Europe for that matter have done it recently? Not many.

People don't like Sneijder's attitude (probably on and off the pitch) and that's fine, but criticizing him for not signing a new contract that wasn't in his best interests is asinine. JC told management to take their contract ultimatum and shove it as well, but doesn't receive the criticism because he handled it in a classier manner. However at the end of the day, his decision was the same.

Hold on there... it's not just business. We're not into advertising and discussing slots for 30 second commercial sales on a big tv network. First and foremost Branca says it clearly: We got a player who failed at Real and wasn't considered part of the project anymore. What did Wesley win there? La liga? What did he win at Inter? Serie A, Champions League, Club Worldcup, Coppa Italia (twice). Point made.
Secondly, Branca says that he requested a meeting, to discuss. Knowing Wesley's attitude - pop corn worthy on/off pitch as you may have noticed - it's no surprise to us than he didn't even sit down for that meeting, as Branca says. But the suprise certainly comes out in the management staff. Who the fuck is Wesley Sneijder to refuse meetings from the management? Hence, fuck you Wesly, stay for your contract and watch from the stands.
Truth is we made him win everything there was to win, and, always according to Branca, this new contract would've been temporarily low to balance the books; he would've "earned" more, with an eventual increase from the original contract. And then there is this "best interest of Sneijder" you speak off. Players of the team, have in the past and will continue to take pay cuts if the club is having problems because first they love the team and don't consider it just business, and secondly because they know that Inter is not pathetic to do that without making sure in the end the player is happy too. Sneijder just heard a whistle from the management and raised his fucking tail in anger, ignoring Branca, who in my opinion has every right, including the club directors Moratti and co, to react that way, because you know why? When we won, he was under contract, it was expected of him to perform to his best for earning millions. Regardless, when we did win, we raised his contract! Now that we were loosing, this bitch can't even accept to sit down and have a meeting to discuss. Fuck him, I regret voting him into LGI. Eto'o was sold too, but when we hear from him, there is only good words and utmost respect. He even called Moratti a second father. And that, my friend and fellow inter supporter, is the difference between the commercial 30 second americanized version of business vs Inter and the meaning of a team and family.

Maslany
07 Jun 13, 23:56
There are 2 types of players basically: those who say they love the club, kiss the badge, seem loyal and at the first opportunity or difficulty they run away. And those who don't really have to kiss a badge or do anything in particular for you to say that they love the club. They just do, and would receive a pay cut and would give 100% every time on the pitch.

Same as fans tbh. I don't have to have Inter written on my forehead, just so everybody knows where my heart is.

vasilios
08 Jun 13, 00:02
Nice rant, but football is a business whether you like it or not. That doesn't preclude players from loving the team, being attached to the club or anything like that. They're not mutually exclusive.

And as far as this notion that that he would have earned more money with the proposed contract, please be serious. That's clearly nonsense. If the contract was in his best interests, he would have signed it. It wasn't, it was in the club's best interests. If you believe that Sneijder rejected a contract that was in his best interest just to be a bitch, then be my guest. But, I guess he's a millionaire and won trophies here, so he should sign whatever proposal we put in front of him, no questions asked.

And please list all our current players that have taken paycuts on existing contracts in these times of financial hardship Inter is in. I'd love to see it.

And yes, we raised his contract after the treble. Why do you think that is? Simply because he 'deserved' it? Out of the kindness of our hearts. You can't be that naive. We raised his contract in order to tie him to the club until 2015 and fend off interest from other teams (which, ironically, worked quite well). Hate his attitude and performances all you want, but hating him for not giving money back to the club is laughable. Milito, Deku, Cuchu, etc. all got pay bumps after the treble and all their performances fell off drastically as well. Being the true servants of the club that they are, I'm sure they've been tearing up those paychecks instead of cashing them in.

.h.
08 Jun 13, 00:13
oh, we're still talking about this?

Armes
08 Jun 13, 02:30
It's not about what I like or don't. By a politically correct logic, eventually everything can be assumed a business. We operate on money, so it's always safe to say business this business that. Marriage is a business too, learning in school is a business, operating this forum business, everything from the grass the players step on, to your own self - you're business as well to someone, if most. But to simply brush it off like that is to miss the point, however unimportant it may be. What if Moratti just drops everything to the new guy that wants to buy, business right? What if Faccheti went on to play for a team who offered him more money, what if Zanetti did the same etc etc. The concept of "business" is there alright, it's everywhere, but if it were the primary thing that held together this game, we'd have no teams, no stadiums, no names, just statistics as in Team 40mill, Coach 35 mill, Player #25 mill. There is no history on "business". I'd love to be pragmatic and rational by modern definitions on a forum :P but really, is it that naive to dislike a player of the team you support for no business intentions or gain, that went with a businessman attitude on his way out?

And you have an idea of the players that have taken cuts or made sacrifices. If you don't, look it up yourself since you'd love to see. I'm not writing you a list. ;)

Lastly, we did not raise his contract to tie him to the club. There were no offers for him, according to Branca.

vasilios
08 Jun 13, 02:58
It's not about what I like or don't. By a politically correct logic, eventually everything can be assumed a business. We operate on money, so it's always safe to say business this business that. Marriage is a business too, learning in school is a business, operating this forum business, everything from the grass the players step on, to your own self - you're business as well to someone, if most. But to simply brush it off like that is to miss the point, however unimportant it may be. What if Moratti just drops everything to the new guy that wants to buy, business right? What if Faccheti went on to play for a team who offered him more money, what if Zanetti did the same etc etc. The concept of "business" is there alright, it's everywhere, but if it were the primary thing that held together this game, we'd have no teams, no stadiums, no names, just statistics as in Team 40mill, Coach 35 mill, Player #25 mill. There is no history on "business". I'd love to be pragmatic and rational by modern definitions on a forum :P but really, is it that naive to dislike a player of the team you support for no business intentions or gain, that went with a businessman attitude on his way out?

:lol: What in the world are you on about?

And Moratti? Facchetti? Zanetti? Please try and have some perspective. Sneijder had been here for 2 years. JC had been here 3 times as long and refused management wage cut ultimatum, so I assume you view him in an even worse light, no? Of course not. Sneijder doesn't have the class that JC had and he likes attention. He behaved in a certain way and said some things you didn't appreciate and now you're clearly bitter about it, along with many others.


And you have an idea of the players that have taken cuts or made sacrifices. If you don't, look it up yourself since you'd love to see. I'm not writing you a list. ;)

Wrong, the correct answer is zero. Zero of our current players in these dark and dire times have lowered their contracts. Not Zanetti, not Cambiasso, not Stankovic, not Milito, not anyone. Cambiasso made some statement a little while back indicating he'd be willing to do something along those lines, let's see if he puts his money where his mouth is, or if he's just as selfish as Sneijder.


Lastly, we did not raise his contract to tie him to the club. There were no offers for him, according to Branca.

Naive indeed.

Armes
08 Jun 13, 04:52
Indeed, indeed.

rockball
08 Jun 13, 07:08
And please list all our current players that have taken paycuts on existing contracts in these times of financial hardship Inter is in. I'd love to see it.


All Sneijder haters, please respond to this. I don't see Milito or Zanetti in their injured having salaries reduced, or Cambiasso in his total uselessness getting his salary reduced.

PS - out of context since his contract expired, but what's Samuel's wages for coming season?

vasilios
08 Jun 13, 07:36
Haven't seen any figures for Samuel. Was on 2mil last year, I'd guess somewhere around 1.5mil for next year.

I4E
08 Jun 13, 08:09
Alvaro Recoba took (accepted) close to 50% pay cut 2 years into a 5 year contract at 27 years of age. Fact.

Sneijder played 1 great season and the rest of his time was as constructive as Quaresma.

Cambiasso with almost 2/3rds the salary of Sneijder has been more useful to the team post treble than Sneijder. Despite results and state of affairs with the team /managers.

Edit:Reports that Cambiasso will be asked to reduce his wages, time will tell if he honours this or that his influence is indeed prominent.

Y&h
08 Jun 13, 08:42
Van Gaal slams his fitness as he strips him of the captaincy.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/462/netherlands/2013/06/07/4032967/van-gaal-slams-sneijder-fitness?ICID=HP_TS_4

rockball
08 Jun 13, 09:07
:awyeah:

Toninu
08 Jun 13, 09:56
His head got too big for his midget body.

Shark
08 Jun 13, 10:38
Too many kebabs, I guess.

vasilios
08 Jun 13, 15:38
Alvaro Recoba took (accepted) close to 50% pay cut 2 years into a 5 year contract at 27 years of age. Fact.

Sneijder played 1 great season and the rest of his time was as constructive as Quaresma.

Cambiasso with almost 2/3rds the salary of Sneijder has been more useful to the team post treble than Sneijder. Despite results and state of affairs with the team /managers.

Edit:Reports that Cambiasso will be asked to reduce his wages, time will tell if he honours this or that his influence is indeed prominent.

Recoba? That was a decade ago. Back then Ronaldo, Vieri, and I believe Crespo all took some level of wage cuts (though nowhere near as significant I'm sure) as well. But given Recoba's generous example, surely in these dark, dark times players should have been lining up to help out the club? Especially the guys who have been around for far longer than Sneijder.

As far as Cambiasso goes, he has what, 1 year left? I hope we don't do something silly like take his 4mil/1yr and turn it into 2.5mil/3yrs.

Native
08 Jun 13, 17:03
Sucked ass against Indonesia.

Created a few chances though. And scored a perfectly valid goal after just 57 seconds in the game, which was still unfairly denied, however.

Big Willy
08 Jun 13, 17:28
I regret of voting him to LGI.

Guney
08 Jun 13, 23:15
Happy birthday Wes! Born on the same day as me, as a little kid that was a reason to support him <3

Int3r
08 Jun 13, 23:33
:megusta:

KevinB
09 Jun 13, 00:16
I don't regret voting him in LGI.

He is and was a player of exceptional class. Just shame how it all ended up.

Int3r
09 Jun 13, 00:25
Wesley Fitness for the past year hasn't been great at all, that's why he was stripped of Dutch captancy

Y&h
10 Jun 13, 13:22
He is surprised for losing the captaincy.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/462/netherlands/2013/06/10/4038410/sneijder-shocked-at-painful-oranje-captaincy-loss?ICID=HP_BN_8

monster09
10 Jun 13, 13:31
Van Gaal's decision to drop Sneijder as Oranje captain was another disappointment for the former Inter star after Galatasaray president Unal Aysal said the Turkish giants are ready to sell him following his below-par performances since his winter move.

"I have been following the rumours about Sneijder, but we have not received an offer for him. If an offer in the region of €15 million comes in, we might decide to sell him, though," Aysal told Sabah.

The 29-year-old has a contract with the Istanbul giants until 2016, but he stated last week he would be keen to be reunited with Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.

They signed him for 7 Million isn't it? Played shit for half season and they are expecting double the price they paid for him?

William
10 Jun 13, 23:05
Only our management let's other clubs fuck us senseless when it comes to transfer fees.

.h.
10 Jun 13, 23:17
Its because we have no leverage.

In general, and in Sneijder's case.

In general, everyone knows we're broke. Thats why we had to let Coutinho go so cheaply (for example). In Sneijder's case, we were doubly fucked because we had no leverage on the player nor the other club.

Why do you think we had to release Cesar, Lucio, sell Maicon for 4m, etc? It's because we had no leverage. Everyone knew we needed to offload those players desperately, so why help us out by making it easy?

Universe
11 Jun 13, 02:47
At this rate Sneijder's going to be forgotten in mediocrity, if he hasn't been already.

Guney
11 Jun 13, 14:41
He is surprised for losing the captaincy.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/462/netherlands/2013/06/10/4038410/sneijder-shocked-at-painful-oranje-captaincy-loss?ICID=HP_BN_8
Im surprised you're reading goal.com

Solfice
11 Jun 13, 19:05
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qUVoqB_qKeI

William
11 Jun 13, 19:10
Wesley has to start to man the fuck up!

Native
11 Jun 13, 20:13
And then, all of a sudden, he was a god against China. :notbad:

Stripping him off captaincy worked. He now knows he isn't immortal and he has a fuckload of work to do if he is to get it back.

William
11 Jun 13, 20:19
I don't think he will ever get it back. Not on a permanent basis anyway. Once RVP is done in a couple if years it should be passed to the now youthful players that are breaking in at the moment and manage to keep their place (preferably a CB or CM).

Dylan
11 Jun 13, 21:45
And then, all of a sudden, he was a god against China. :notbad:

Stripping him off captaincy worked. He now knows he isn't immortal and he has a fuckload of work to do if he is to get it back.

China though :/

Native
11 Jun 13, 21:49
Yeah but I guess it's better than still being trash against Indonesia or Bologna levels. Little progress there.

Jane The Virgin
12 Jun 13, 20:40
On LGI there's usually players who left Inter or retired, just in case you don't know. Moratti is well, the owner of the club, you can Google that just to make sure. And Branca is a staff member who can't really make an impact in our team.

He had the chance to do so, but he sucked as a player. Same level with you and me. Now he is acting all fancy and shit with the suits, when in fact he doesnt have a clue what he is doing.

Dont give me the "we dont have money bla bla" because if that is the case than that job can be done by all of us, with the proper amount of money all of us can become technical directors or whatever his role is in our team.


Branca sucks big black cock. End of fucking sotry.

jmaster
12 Jun 13, 21:45
He had the chance to do so, but he sucked as a player. Same level with you and me. Now he is acting all fancy and shit with the suits, when in fact he doesnt have a clue what he is doing.

Dont give me the "we dont have money bla bla" because if that is the case than that job can be done by all of us, with the proper amount of money all of us can become technical directors or whatever his role is in our team.


Branca sucks big black cock. End of fucking sotry.

I wasn't referring to his time as a player. I'm referring to his time as a Technical Director. I don't know any Technical Director who's praised much amongst fans... Galliani maybe?

But still, at Inter, Moratti decides which players are signed, at least it was like that until now imho. Not sure why Branca is even getting paid for what he does, but he can't do much under Moratti lol.

And why did the cock have to be black though?

Native
12 Jun 13, 22:59
Branca sucks big black cock. End of fucking story.
Well that sounds like he didn't even get to the "fucking" part yet.

Jane The Virgin
13 Jun 13, 00:00
I wasn't referring to his time as a player. I'm referring to his time as a Technical Director. I don't know any Technical Director who's praised much amongst fans... Galliani maybe?

But still, at Inter, Moratti decides which players are signed, at least it was like that until now imho. Not sure why Branca is even getting paid for what he does, but he can't do much under Moratti lol.

And why did the cock have to be black though?

Most technichal directors stay behind cameras, press and publicity. If we say Branca is not to blame because we dont have a budget, than that sentence is a proof that with a PSG/CIty/Monaco budget, everyone of us here can be the best technical director ever, because the only skill you will need when you have a huge budget would be the "skill" to exist, just go offer zillions and the player is ours, no negotiating, no conviction, no nothing...

Branca lacks everything: class, knowledge, skills. Im pretty sure he actually thinks he is the best there is. Saying shit like he made the Kova deal happen... like how fucked up should one be to state that?

And as for the cock, idk man... :D

Ronaldo
28 Jul 13, 14:12
http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&u=www.fcinter1908.it


Oh god!!

Shark
28 Jul 13, 14:17
She just had to go to turkey to say that. :lol:

Native
28 Jul 13, 14:21
http://fairfieldgreenfoodguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/roasted-turkey.jpg

armendsh
02 Aug 13, 00:27
https://fbcdn-sphotos-c-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc3/972091_209490005876663_1750250048_n.jpg

shadowmoon
02 Aug 13, 03:24
http://fairfieldgreenfoodguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/roasted-turkey.jpg

i'm fasting, goddammit :fffuuu:

Wobblz
02 Aug 13, 07:47
i'm fasting, goddammit :fffuuu:

OK, we'll even things out...

http://i1.trekearth.com/photos/35586/happymeal.jpg

Native
03 Aug 13, 16:19
Jesus, that made me throw up. So disgusting, why do people even take the time to create something horrible like that...

wera
03 Aug 13, 16:27
swine is good meat, the tastiest to me

ath
03 Aug 13, 16:49
i'm fasting, goddammit :fffuuu:

Even if you're not fasting, you can't eat it : It's not hallal.

Wobblz
03 Aug 13, 16:50
Jesus, that made me throw up. So disgusting, why do people even take the time to create something horrible like that...

Yeah, cops are disgusting...

shadowmoon
03 Aug 13, 21:49
Even if you're not fasting, you can't eat it : It's not hallal.

that's turkey isn't it? i thought turkey was halal?

whatever. i have never eaten one anyway.

Native
04 Aug 13, 15:44
Meat is there to be eaten. Shalalal or not.

nurko
04 Aug 13, 17:54
Meat is there to be eaten. Halal or not.

That is from your perspective mate ;)

I am not against pork but also understand those whos beliefs keep them from eating it.

I have less understanding for vegetarians for example :D

Kenny
04 Aug 13, 20:25
What is this have to do with Wesley Sneijder?

nurko
04 Aug 13, 21:05
What is this have to do with Wesley Sneijder?

You wouldn't believe it if I told you.

wera
05 Aug 13, 20:15
yeah, vegetarians are strange

Thug_Paco
06 Aug 13, 00:56
Meat is there to be eaten. Shalalal or not.
Tell ur mother to eat my shalalal, its there to be eaten right? Bring her here.

Uncommon
06 Aug 13, 08:31
That is from your perspective mate ;)

I am not against pork but also understand those whos beliefs keep them from eating it.

I have less understanding for vegetarians for example :D

I can completely understand vegetarians tbh. I'm not one, but i can understand them. The way animals are treated and slaughtered in most factory farming is some seriously disturbing shit.

Trublue
20 Aug 13, 00:52
When I told my family that I was going to be a vegetarian they reacted as if I had just told them that I had killed someone...

Every time I couche, sneeze, have a fever...'That's because you don't eat meat.' And they took me to a doctor (an old conservative guy) to tell me that it was true.

Because of the fact that I'm so young, I have to eat meat once in a while. And THAT makes me sick.

Back to Sneijder now :D

Sqnalkel
20 Aug 13, 13:37
I can completely understand vegetarians tbh. I'm not one, but i can understand them. The way animals are treated and slaughtered in most factory farming is some seriously disturbing shit.

The way humans are treated by other humans disturbs me a lot more. There are many things that are disturbing in the world, there has always been and will always be, it's just how nature (and the universe) works.

If you don't like meat, fine eat whatever you like, but not eating meat because how animals are treated is a nonsense excuse. You can eat meat and still work for the better treatment of animals.

Jane The Virgin
20 Aug 13, 14:39
i thought wes has converted to islam and now you guys are having convo about meat. didnt know that "wesley sneijder" is secret for "meat forums 1-0-1" :D

Alan
20 Aug 13, 15:17
BTW Sneijder led Gala on their latest match to a win :notbad:

Trublue
21 Aug 13, 00:15
Well of you don't eat meat it is also good for our planet. I would send you the article but I can't cause I'm using my phone right now.

Guney
21 Aug 13, 12:55
Not selected for next international match vs Fuck-knows-which-country

Rasha
22 Aug 13, 00:35
That is from your perspective mate ;)

I am not against pork but also understand those whos beliefs keep them from eating it.

I have less understanding for vegetarians for example :D

and even vegetarians are not that hard to understand, but vegans ... damn those are messed up

something to be undestood ... vegeterians cant stand meat ( their organism, stomach repel meat, for me hard to explain... some kind of disorder ) ... its not like they refusing to eat it because animal will be killed

and vegans cant stand any kind of animal protein source ( meat milk egg )

Fitzy
22 Aug 13, 00:56
Reading the last few posts makes me want to eat a huge rare steak omnomnomnom

Pimpin
22 Aug 13, 04:46
Reading the last few posts makes me want to eat a huge rare steak omnomnomnom

http://forzainterforums.com/customavatars/avatar3666_17.gif

nurko
22 Aug 13, 07:59
and even vegetarians are not that hard to understand, but vegans ... damn those are messed up

something to be undestood ... vegeterians cant stand meat ( their organism, stomach repel meat, for me hard to explain... some kind of disorder ) ... its not like they refusing to eat it because animal will be killed

and vegans cant stand any kind of animal protein source ( meat milk egg )

I understand the difference between vegans and vegetarians, but by that post I actually meant on those that just decide not to eat meat because animals are being killed and consider themselves vegetarians.
But killing fish is actually quite okay by their standards because heey it lives in the water so it's not actually alive and doesn't suffer when some chops its head off...
And vegans are really weird for me.


Sorry for the off-topic...

Inter Siamo Noi
22 Aug 13, 11:16
If we are talking about that, so this is something interesting I found out lately - In countries in which the cows are mostly eat in a pasture (and aren't fed by people), like Australia, eating wheat kills more animals than eating meat.

http://theconversation.com/ordering-the-vegetarian-meal-theres-more-animal-blood-on-your-hands-4659

And sorry for the off topic too.

Guney
22 Aug 13, 11:37
http://t.qkme.me/3vkfed.jpg
sorry i had to

Native
26 Aug 13, 17:25
Is it true Galatasaray will sell Wes to Man United for just 6m and that he will finally be in Premier League this summer?

Devious
28 Aug 13, 13:30
It's a possibility, I mean it's like 50/50, I guess this means that he might go and he might stay.

- - - Updated - - -


http://t.qkme.me/3vkfed.jpg
sorry i had to

Son, never apologize for trolling. God bless you.

wera
20 Oct 13, 11:58
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-rw77NVdoDxc/UmLel-9_2HI/AAAAAAAAACI/s8Pafww0fII/w366-h207-no/Sneijder1.gif

shadowmoon
20 Oct 13, 13:24
that goal.

that's how you strike a fucking ball. wesley is a quality midguueiitser indeed. i kinda miss him. :okay:

KevinB
20 Oct 13, 14:38
Him next to Ricky :okay:



:alone:

Ffi201zi002tlis
20 Oct 13, 15:49
Him next to Ricky :okay:

in the hospital :troll:

Universe
20 Oct 13, 16:59
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-rw77NVdoDxc/UmLel-9_2HI/AAAAAAAAACI/s8Pafww0fII/w366-h207-no/Sneijder1.gif

World class goalkeeping

Native
20 Oct 13, 22:31
Typical Wes goal though.

wera
27 Oct 13, 18:27
Scored again, if he keeps being injury-free, he's destroying defences