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JJM
25 Jan 11, 19:47
http://www.fcinter1908.it/?action=read&idnotizia=17252

Not official from our site but i think the kid deserves his own thread.Welcome Knasmullner I hope he does well, maybe even joins the first squad

Lionheart
25 Jan 11, 19:56
Christoph who?!?!?! WTF really?! Now we're being associated with all the nobodies crawling out there? I mean we said we need reinforcement, but come on, eh!!!!!! What happened to the old Internazionale, the home of giants & all the bad asses?

vitomins
25 Jan 11, 19:57
I'd rather have this guy as our backup in midfield instead of Kharja!

Sokrates
25 Jan 11, 20:14
I heard he is a player for the primavera. So no panic Lionheart... ^^

dynasty27
25 Jan 11, 20:17
This guy has nothing to do with our real (1st team) mercato since he will be shifted to our youth team, where he'll adapt to the environment and so on. It won't affect our mercato behaviour or whatsoever.
So calm down Lion.^^

jmaster
25 Jan 11, 20:35
Christoph who?!?!?! WTF really?! Now we're being associated with all the nobodies crawling out there? I mean we said we need reinforcement, but come on, eh!!!!!! What happened to the old Internazionale, the home of giants & all the bad asses?

He's a primavera player man.

JJM
25 Jan 11, 20:37
In the report it says they don't know if he will join the primavera or the first squad...

Batman
26 Jan 11, 06:33
I hope he will join the primavera first, and then if we have some crisis in the midfield then he can be called up, and in the summer he will be a first-team player, for now he has no room in the first team if nwankwo stays with us.

il Biscione 84
26 Jan 11, 07:29
I can't find one video on youtube of this guy :P But hopefully he's a good enough player to play for the 1st team in the near future.

CafeCordoba
26 Jan 11, 09:17
In the report it says they don't know if he will join the primavera or the first squad...

He will join the Primavera team. In the summer it's decided whether he stays there or joins the first team.

Suneet
26 Jan 11, 10:02
If he was that good, why did Bayern let him go???? This question is going to bother me till I'm proved wrong.

jmaster
26 Jan 11, 10:11
If he was that good, why did Bayern let him go???? This question is going to bother me till I'm proved wrong.

That's what I've been thinking... They don't let talents go that easy. They keep them until they're old and tired as fuck...

il Biscione 84
26 Jan 11, 10:31
They wanted him to stay but he chose to leave and not renew his contract which ends in sex months.

http://de.fifa.com/worldfootball/clubfootball/news/newsid=1367983.html

.:42:.
26 Jan 11, 11:49
Cause nobody really knows him I try to give some impressions of him and why he left Bayern.

Knasmüllner was one of their biggest hopes when he played in the amateur team under Scholl. LvG said he will have a bright future at Bayern but he still lack some physics.

But then Bayern changed the coach of the amateur team and Knasmüllner was out of the squad all of a sudden with no reason. Gerland took the coach spot and he didn't like Christoph. He never spoke to him etc. There was no communication at all. Christoph tried to fight his way into the squad but after some months he realised that under Gerland he has no chance. Gerland has "his" darlings and they play and the other ones have no chance even if the ones who play suck. It is not only Christoph there are other players too which are confronted with the same problem.

There were other clubs interested in Christoph but as soon as he heard of Inter he couldn't refuse the offer because you get such a chance once in a lifetime and he wants to make his way at Inter with hard work.
He said he takes no tipps from Arna cause they are too different in playing style and attitude.

This was what Christoph said about his departure. Gerland himself said he has no problems with Christoph. You never know whose fault it was. But something certainly happed between those two. Even if someone is not an insider you could notice that those two weren't the best friends.

Inter Siamo Noi
26 Jan 11, 13:25
By Stuttgart fan (interesting in the german football) about Knasmuller...

He's austrian that consider as big talent. but like his friend from Bremen, Arna, he's very arrogant and thinks that he's a lot better than what he's. he did'nt respect Bayern and his teammates instead utilize one of the best football youth teams in the world. because his atittude and his average ability in the last time, he's in the B team instead of the first team. Bayern decided to don't renew his contract because that reasons. him and his agent decided that he must leave now and Bayern will let him leave.

like Arna, he has bad atittude, If Inter will succed to "organize" him we'll get a player that could succes in the first team. if not, he'll be just a passing episode.

Kakaroto
26 Jan 11, 17:23
This is a signing for the future, which doesn't cost Inter much and doesn't affect whether Inter sign big name players. No need to get worked up about it, I hope Christoph and the other Austrian kid are good and able to play for Inter.

CafeCordoba
28 Jan 11, 07:16
Cause nobody really knows him I try to give some impressions of him and why he left Bayern.

Knasmüllner was one of their biggest hopes when he played in the amateur team under Scholl. LvG said he will have a bright future at Bayern but he still lack some physics.

But then Bayern changed the coach of the amateur team and Knasmüllner was out of the squad all of a sudden with no reason. Gerland took the coach spot and he didn't like Christoph. He never spoke to him etc. There was no communication at all. Christoph tried to fight his way into the squad but after some months he realised that under Gerland he has no chance. Gerland has "his" darlings and they play and the other ones have no chance even if the ones who play suck. It is not only Christoph there are other players too which are confronted with the same problem.

There were other clubs interested in Christoph but as soon as he heard of Inter he couldn't refuse the offer because you get such a chance once in a lifetime and he wants to make his way at Inter with hard work.
He said he takes no tipps from Arna cause they are too different in playing style and attitude.

This was what Christoph said about his departure. Gerland himself said he has no problems with Christoph. You never know whose fault it was. But something certainly happed between those two. Even if someone is not an insider you could notice that those two weren't the best friends.


By Stuttgart fan (interesting in the german football) about Knasmuller...

He's austrian that consider as big talent. but like his friend from Bremen, Arna, he's very arrogant and thinks that he's a lot better than what he's. he did'nt respect Bayern and his teammates instead utilize one of the best football youth teams in the world. because his atittude and his average ability in the last time, he's in the B team instead of the first team. Bayern decided to don't renew his contract because that reasons. him and his agent decided that he must leave now and Bayern will let him leave.

like Arna, he has bad atittude, If Inter will succed to "organize" him we'll get a player that could succes in the first team. if not, he'll be just a passing episode.

Hah, very different views from the situation. Hopefully he will grow a first team player at Inter. I've understood he's a defensive midfielder with passing ability. Can someone confirm or deny this and be more specific what kind of player this boy is?

Stefan
28 Jan 11, 09:35
Its official:

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Transfers: Cristoph Knasmullner signs until 2015
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http://www.inter.it/aas/img/140947.jpg MILAN – The work of the Inter club officials proceeds successfully, as they continue to enrol some of the most promising talents of international football to Nerazzurri club.
Christoph Knasmullner, Austrian, born on 30 April 1992, has been signed on a permanent deal and the relevant contracts have already been presented to the Lega Serie A for the players registration. The player arrives from F.C. Bayern Munich, which F.C. Internazionale would like to wholeheartedly thank for their collaboration in the deal, confirming the excellent relationship between two of the biggest clubs in the world of football.
The midfielder made a name for himself in the Bayern youth system: first with the under-17s side and then with the club’s second team (10 appearances in the German third division). He has already received some international caps with the Austrian under-17s, with which he played in the European Championships, the under-19s and the under-20s national sides.
Knasmullner has signed a four and a half year contract with Inter, which will keep him at the club until 30 June 2015.

alvaro
28 Jan 11, 10:29
Well he does look like an arrogant fucker.

Mark
28 Jan 11, 10:31
Welcome Cristoph
I hope you become a top class player(we can hope can we:))

Tutti Pazzi Per Materazzi
28 Jan 11, 10:34
Well he does look like an arrogant fucker.
My thoughts exactly when I saw the picture. :lol: But yeah let's hope he will be new Matthäus or so.

Inter Siamo Noi
28 Jan 11, 11:31
http://www.inter.it/aas/news/reader?N=51238&L=it

He trained with the first team today. good luck!

Batman
28 Jan 11, 11:34
wow, good news..good luck Christoph, what is his position?

Raul Duke
28 Jan 11, 11:39
He's received a lot of hype for a youth signing, must have a lot of potential.

Sokrates
28 Jan 11, 11:46
But yeah let's hope he will be new Matthäus or so.

1 - He's austrian, not german.
2 - He's a midfielder, not a defender

But let us hope he will be great like Matthäus... :)

Sassuolu
28 Jan 11, 11:47
Lol calling a 17 year old a nobody...

Wallace
28 Jan 11, 11:48
Okay, thought we only buy saints, apparently not.

Stefan
28 Jan 11, 11:55
1 - He's austrian, not german.
2 - He's a midfielder, not a defender

But let us hope he will be great like Matthäus... :)

Lothar played as a midfielder for inter...

Sassuolu
28 Jan 11, 11:55
I don't know about you guys but I love midfielders who are bastards, every team needs one for the sake of balance, he's a big guy and has been compared to Schweinsteiger should be interesting if he succeeds. I think we're pretty high on him since we got him immediately and from what I heard today on Studio Sport he's gonna be called up to the 1st team.

Big Willy
28 Jan 11, 12:22
Well he does look like an arrogant fucker.

+1

CafeCordoba
28 Jan 11, 12:41
Well he does look like an arrogant fucker.

He indeed looks like exactly an arrogant fucker.

Anyway, at least he has a best possible environment to learn humility. Since our leading figures will put cocky youngsters down within seconds.

DARi0
28 Jan 11, 13:54
+1 he looks like an arrogant fucker :D welcome!

I like this signing. Increase his value and if he really creates problems, just sell him for 30 mil. Euro :crazy: :lol:

Luka
28 Jan 11, 19:38
Cause nobody really knows him I try to give some impressions of him and why he left Bayern.

Knasmüllner was one of their biggest hopes when he played in the amateur team under Scholl. LvG said he will have a bright future at Bayern but he still lack some physics.

But then Bayern changed the coach of the amateur team and Knasmüllner was out of the squad all of a sudden with no reason. Gerland took the coach spot and he didn't like Christoph. He never spoke to him etc. There was no communication at all. Christoph tried to fight his way into the squad but after some months he realised that under Gerland he has no chance. Gerland has "his" darlings and they play and the other ones have no chance even if the ones who play suck. It is not only Christoph there are other players too which are confronted with the same problem.

There were other clubs interested in Christoph but as soon as he heard of Inter he couldn't refuse the offer because you get such a chance once in a lifetime and he wants to make his way at Inter with hard work.
He said he takes no tipps from Arna cause they are too different in playing style and attitude.

This was what Christoph said about his departure. Gerland himself said he has no problems with Christoph. You never know whose fault it was. But something certainly happed between those two. Even if someone is not an insider you could notice that those two weren't the best friends.
Thanks for that !!!


By Stuttgart fan (interesting in the german football) about Knasmuller...

He's austrian that consider as big talent. but like his friend from Bremen, Arna, he's very arrogant and thinks that he's a lot better than what he's. he did'nt respect Bayern and his teammates instead utilize one of the best football youth teams in the world. because his atittude and his average ability in the last time, he's in the B team instead of the first team. Bayern decided to don't renew his contract because that reasons. him and his agent decided that he must leave now and Bayern will let him leave.

like Arna, he has bad atittude, If Inter will succed to "organize" him we'll get a player that could succes in the first team. if not, he'll be just a passing episode.
Quite a different perspectives, just like Cafe said ;)

Anyways, his attitude worries me. HOWEVER, it's not totaly lost (like with The Idiot) if he only has drive, and motivation to compete. He might be prick, but if he isn't lazy, or unmotivated, it might do good (for him). Matheus also wasn't very liked by teammates from what I know, but that didn't stop him to becoming who he was.

So to sum up, I don't like those kind of cocky players, but I hope at least he will have this drive to become the best (etc).

thatdude
28 Jan 11, 20:03
I don't know about you guys but I love midfielders who are bastards, every team needs one for the sake of balance, he's a big guy and has been compared to Schweinsteiger should be interesting if he succeeds. I think we're pretty high on him since we got him immediately and from what I heard today on Studio Sport he's gonna be called up to the 1st team.

I don't know if you've actually seen the guy yet but he's far from big. He's skinnier then Coutinho, check out the training photos. He must be good though seeing as he's gone straight into the first team while the other austrian has gone to primavera.

Inter Siamo Noi
28 Jan 11, 20:41
The other austrian is 17, he's 18...

il Biscione 84
28 Jan 11, 22:45
How do you pronounce his last name? :P

Anyone?!

Maslany
29 Jan 11, 01:29
Is he gonna play in our first team?

snowforum180
29 Jan 11, 03:56
hopefully he can back up his cockiness.

Lionheart
29 Jan 11, 04:23
He really looks like a weird kido & if that stuff about his behavior is true, well then... we seem to be a magnet for all the douche bags with an attitude (Balotelli?!).


How do you pronounce his last name? :P

Anyone?!

K-nos ("nos" as in "buzz") mool-ner

jmaster
29 Jan 11, 09:40
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugr7GevSfNI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugr7GevSfNI
2:22

That's how you pronounce it :)

black-n-blue influence
24 Feb 11, 20:16
He's a young talented player..let's hope he has success with youth team at first and than think for him as part of the first team.

junior55
21 May 11, 15:17
Wasn't he supposed to be the next Shweinsteiger that we hyped so much for the way that we stole him .
Haven't heard or seen anything of him both in 1st team and primavera

Batman
21 May 11, 15:18
Wasn't he supposed to be the next Shweinsteiger that we hyped so much for the way that we stole him .
Haven't heard or seen anything of him both in 1st team and primavera

He is injured.

Il Maestro
21 May 11, 15:27
You know a lot of our youngsters, HuZ. How do you manage to know all this?

DIN011
21 May 11, 15:29
You know a lot of our youngsters, HuZ. How do you manage to know all this?

Dat youth insight. http://i.imgur.com/CG9Nj.png

Batman
21 May 11, 17:32
You know a lot of our youngsters, HuZ. How do you manage to know all this?

As King said, that's Huz http://i.imgur.com/CG9Nj.png



Nahh man honestly, I like youngsters, dunno why though, I always googling about them and search informations about them, and love to see a youngster called up for a first-team match or making a debut for them.. maybe because I have alot of free times on the internet. And even I created most of our primavera players in PES2011 :D

vitomins
24 May 11, 17:48
Nahh man honestly, I like youngsters, dunno why though, I always googling about them and search informations about them


HuZ on that Hal shit...

vasilios
24 May 11, 18:14
http://i66.photobucket.com/albums/h262/Gunner1750/chris_hansen.gif

blackmore
31 Aug 11, 10:46
HES JUST BEEN SOLD TO 2ND DIVISION GERMAN OUTFIT FC INGOLSTADT

Suneet
31 Aug 11, 10:49
WTF?

blackmore
31 Aug 11, 10:52
i know right? :palm:

A.l.i
31 Aug 11, 11:00
Maybe he wasn't just good enough.

jmaster
31 Aug 11, 11:14
Big deal. You never saw him play, so stop panicking.

Suneet
31 Aug 11, 12:17
Wasnt he signed in January?

And Branca had huge hopes in him.... what changed?

DIN011
31 Aug 11, 12:20
Wasnt he signed in January?

And Branca had huge hopes in him.... what changed?
I'm guessing he sucked.

Who gives a flying fuck? :lol:

DARi0
31 Aug 11, 13:25
Inter, UFFICIALE: Knasmullner all'Ingolstadt
13:44 del 31 agosto

Sono stati depositati questa mattina i documenti per il trasferimento, a titolo definitivo, di Cristoph Knasmullner. Il centrocampista austriaco, classe 1992, acquistato nel gennaio 2011 dal Bayern Monaco e nella seconda parte della passata stagione nella 'rosa' della Primavera dell'Inter con alcune partecipazioni agli allenamenti della 1^ squadra al centro sportivo "Angelo Moratti" di Appiano Gentile, è stato ceduto al club tedesco F.C. Ingolstadt '04 che, guidato dal tecnico Benno Mohlmann, partecipa alla 2 Bundesliga Hinrunde.

He's gone for good. I remember we signed him for free, but he was a badass for Bayern, too. I guess it wasn't worth paying for his meals any more. Bye fucker!

Suneet :lol: nobody had huge hopes in him, let alone Branca.


If he was that good, why did Bayern let him go???? This question is going to bother me till I'm proved wrong.

At least now you know :lol:


He will join the Primavera team. In the summer it's decided whether he stays there or joins the first team.

It's summer, we made a decision: FOLD :lol:

cloudq
31 Aug 11, 15:08
signed him on a small deal, sold him.

no harm no foul

Bergpavian
31 Aug 11, 17:02
All I can say about him is that I think he's a little bit stupid because when joining us he said: "I saw that I have no chance to play in the first team of Bayern. That's the reason I'm leaving." And then come to Inter?! :oblivious: