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Besnik
27 Jan 11, 18:40
Okay it's done: http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/inter/%3Faction%3Dread%26idnet%3DZmNpbnRlcm5ld3MuaXQtMzc 0Nzc&rurl=translate.google.com&twu=1&usg=ALkJrhgJbrCkf1vvpYfofD0dZgxeOmDCwA

Tomorrow he will have medical examinations and the deal will be announced in inter.it, but it's technically done.

Benvenuto!

Maslany
27 Jan 11, 18:42
YAY! Welcome!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Michael
27 Jan 11, 18:44
Nothing official yet. You have been fooled by Google Translate which translated "Gazzetta" into "Official". :D

vitomins
27 Jan 11, 18:46
Besnik loves creating official player threads, not the first time he jumped the gun on a transfer haha :P

Besnik
27 Jan 11, 18:46
Nothing official yet. You haven't been fooled by Google Translate which translated "Gazzetta" into "Official". :D

I'm too impatient when it comes to the transfers, but the deal is technically done, and the official announcement will probably come after his medical examinations.


Besnik loves creating official player threads, not the first time he jumped the gun on a transfer haha :P

:P

DIN011
27 Jan 11, 18:46
But what if he fails his medical...you know, Manuelf Fernandes style.

Michael
27 Jan 11, 18:47
I'm too impatient when it comes to the transfers, but the deal is technically done, and the official announcement will probably come after his medical examinations. :P

Cool. I understand the excitement. :)

Besnik
27 Jan 11, 18:49
Then we cancel thread Dino. :D

Alright, can we just congratulate him as Inter player?

CafeCordoba
27 Jan 11, 18:49
Misunderstanding with opening the thread. Closed till it's official. :)

Nyall
28 Jan 11, 14:41
http://www.inter.it/aas/img/140994-500.jpg

Official!
http://www.inter.it/aas/hp?L=it
Player Page: http://www.inter.it/aas/squadra/player1?codgioc=G0872&L=en&stagione=2010/11


I am excited! He will shine!

NimAraya
28 Jan 11, 14:42
Whoopes! Besnik already had his thread here. :D

blackmore
28 Jan 11, 14:42
why cant we move the thread thats already there?

Big Willy
28 Jan 11, 14:42
He will be our Pazzo, welcome to the world champions Giampaolo!

Baldrick
28 Jan 11, 14:43
Welcome Giampaolo.I hope you will become legend here. Good luck.

Sokrates
28 Jan 11, 14:43
http://www.inter.it/aas/img/140998.jpg

Rimpel
28 Jan 11, 14:45
Good, we needed a backup forward. Welcome Pazzini!

dynasty27
28 Jan 11, 14:45
why cant we move the thread thats already there?

Nyall is our good luck charm.^^

Fabio
28 Jan 11, 14:46
Welcome! Very happy to see him here..

Nyall
28 Jan 11, 14:46
why cant we move the thread thats already there?

We've never done that before.

Sneijder had like a hundred pages and still got a new thread.

Nero Indigo
28 Jan 11, 14:46
WELCOME PAZZO PAZZA PAZZINI!!!! .....THANK GOD WE SIGNED SOMEBODY!!! :D

snowforum180
28 Jan 11, 14:48
Welcome!

blackmore
28 Jan 11, 14:48
We've never done that before.

Sneijder had like a hundred pages and still got a new thread.

SHIT...!!

Ive gtta make an argument that he's not the best signing we could have made all over again :lol:

anyway...welcome pazzini

pls prove me wrong :P

Michael
28 Jan 11, 14:50
Welcome boy. Now go scoring goals!

Batman
28 Jan 11, 14:56
Welcome Pazzo, good luck here, all the best!!

Inter Siamo Noi
28 Jan 11, 15:02
Pazzo Pazini to Pazza Inter. FORZA PAZZO!!!

Benvenuto and Buona foruna!

Toninu
28 Jan 11, 15:03
Welcome Pazzo, hope you can beat Vieri's goal tally with us :P

Edit: He's taken the number 7, hmm doesn't really suit him but who gives a fuck as long as he nets 'em in he could wear any bloody number.

Stefan
28 Jan 11, 15:06
Welcome pazzo.

Azzkikr
28 Jan 11, 15:07
Hopefully he can regain his form.

In any case he is a far better sub than Pandev and Bia.

Jnr
28 Jan 11, 15:09
Welcome to Inter, Pazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzo

blackmore
28 Jan 11, 15:11
Im not sure he can be looked at as a "sub" for either one. Pandevs role in the team is still there. An out and out striker with very little flexibility, him and diego are like peas in a pod. It will be funny to see if only milito, pazzo and pandev are available, which 2 players leo will play upfront.

Toninu
28 Jan 11, 15:14
Hmm yeah, I'm glad about Pazzo because he'll give a chance for us to rotate Diego I don't think he can handle 3 games a week (Milito).

n4l
28 Jan 11, 15:14
Hopefully he can regain his form.

In any case he is a far better sub than Pandev and Bia.

Pazzini > (Pandev x Biabiany)≤

:D

javier_zanetti <3
28 Jan 11, 15:17
Welcome Pazzinter!

He will play on sunday?

KardiacKid
28 Jan 11, 15:17
Hopefully he can regain his form.

In any case he is a far better sub than Pandev and Bia.

Sub? He is our best option to start along side Eto. Milito should now come off the bench.

Azzkikr
28 Jan 11, 15:20
Except for the fact that Milito is currently in better form than Pazzini.

NimAraya
28 Jan 11, 15:20
Welcome Pazzinter!

He will play on sunday?

Doubt it. Be prepared for Pandev again.

Azzkikr
28 Jan 11, 15:23
Milito will be ready for Palermo.

NimAraya
28 Jan 11, 15:24
Milito will be ready for Palermo.

It's not 100% yet.

Besnik
28 Jan 11, 15:27
Pazzooooooooooooooo!!! :proud:

disait
28 Jan 11, 15:29
Pazzini > (Pandev x Biabiany)
≤:D

Thats like when you do (0,5x0,5)≤ it'll only get shittier......

Overall not that satisfied with this signing, hope he'll prove me wrong.

NimAraya
28 Jan 11, 15:30
Pazzooooooooooooooo!!! :proud:

Nobody shed more tears than you on this forum son. :)

Edward
28 Jan 11, 15:34
great signing. now unless things go bad we should have at least 2 solid strikers available at most times

i hope he cleans up his diving/play acting a bit though. i can't stand watching that stuff. and i've seen him be completely awful at it sometimes

anyway i'm glad he's here :)

also i hope we can be more dangerous from corners now, with Pazzini, Lucio, Motta, Ranocchia there's some decent aerial threat in our side

Besnik
28 Jan 11, 15:35
Nobody shed more tears than you on this forum son. :)

:P

Honestly, I'm annoyed of inter.it's duration of news. It takes ages till they announce anything, and yesterday I was crazy after all this, and I decided to open Pazzini thread before the official announcement. Excuse me, but..

Ah well!

Efrain21C
28 Jan 11, 15:39
Pazzini, great adquisition

|| WS10 ||
28 Jan 11, 15:41
Welcome Pazzo I wish you will score many many goals.

Omar
28 Jan 11, 15:41
first time i started to support him..

PAZZINI SCORES A HAT TRICK


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EClnAf2Efc

rsz85
28 Jan 11, 15:43
Good, we needed a backup forward. Welcome Pazzini!

Backup? Starting XI material, definitely.

Omar
28 Jan 11, 15:44
imho, best Italian aspect of the current generation alongside Cassano and De Rossi
E: lol and Cheillini..

_Ivan_
28 Jan 11, 15:50
pazzini welcome. show us your best! :D

F U C K MILAN
28 Jan 11, 15:52
love the gtuy since he joined doria, never thought we would get him, i always thought he would go to scum juve

anyway the guy is differnat to our strikers, he has differant chrectristics, he very leathal in the box and he is a real arial threat which we didnt have for a while up front

welcome pazzo!

rsz85
28 Jan 11, 15:52
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp5OJ1iK2cE

Lionheart
28 Jan 11, 15:53
"Pazzini, who will wear the number 7 shirt, will be presented to the press tomorrow at 13:00..."

Dayam son! FIGO's number :( They should have gave him 11. He ain't the 7 type of a player.

vitomins
28 Jan 11, 15:54
That number hasn't been worn by the most successful players at Inter, but there were a few bright ones...here are the #7's I remember at Inter:

http://u.goal.com/60800/60831_news.jpg

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_oKtwokOEUpk/SSbTVXrdZfI/AAAAAAAACNw/4rFsjsRy_Jg/s320/Figo_Inter_09_ap300x300.jpg

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40748000/jpg/_40748714_meyde.jpg

http://cache.gettyimages.com/xc/1848010.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF19390335F8FA9CA92A6FC6A98AB2DF74F1F 9930FDCFC4C15FBB

http://www.bestinfooty.com/images/robbie-keane-inter1.jpg

http://www.mondopallone.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/moriero.jpg

http://www.worldfootballers.com/images/Galleries/fresi_shot.jpg

http://www.tuttocollezioni.it/cartoline/tematiche/Sport/slides/P2450%20ALESSANDRO%20BIANCHI%20GIOCATORE%20INTER%2 0AUTOGRAFO%20SPORT%20CALCIO%20SOCCER.jpg

German_Interista
28 Jan 11, 15:56
Welcome to your new home :) Wow it's very "strange" seeing us signing two italian players within one transferperiod. Long time no see :D

Forza Pazzo

scutzon
28 Jan 11, 15:59
Great news that we signed Pazzini. I actually like this transfer a lot. Eto'o and Milito are not getting any younger, and Milito hasn't exactly been prolific lately, so signing an Italian NT striker who's only 26 years old is definitely a big step forward.

Tanel
28 Jan 11, 16:01
Brilliant player that has come to life since joining Sampodria. Hope he is ready for a big team. If he is then we got a Pippo for 10 years.

And if him and Milito and Pandev will be available then most certainly Pazzo and Milito will play when not all 3. Milito is much more versatile than he looks and he has great work rate. And both are able to keep the ball up so our bit slow midfield could get up. Something Pandev doesn't understand unless he manages to dive his way to a free-kick.

jmaster
28 Jan 11, 16:17
Benvenuto Pazzo :D

kova9
28 Jan 11, 16:24
Welcome to Inter Giampaolo!! I'm very glad you're here.. Also, wearing no. 7!! (My number on forums) Finally someone relevant gets to wear it after Figo retired.. Good luck!

InteristaLT
28 Jan 11, 16:31
Welcome Giampaolo:)Wish you all the best with Grande Inter:proud:Be our new legend:proud:

a4win
28 Jan 11, 16:37
Welcome Pazzo.

|| WS10 ||
28 Jan 11, 16:50
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT0h1s2pADY&feature=feedu

chipschups
28 Jan 11, 17:06
benvenuto pazzo,,,
and wait pazzolivo in summer :thumbsup:

F U C K MILAN
28 Jan 11, 17:07
anyone have an idea if he is fit to play against palermo?

JJM
28 Jan 11, 17:10
http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=sl&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=it&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tuttomercatoweb.com%2Finter%2F% 3Faction%3Dread%26idnet%3DZmNpbnRlcm5ld3MuaXQtMzc1 NjU

NICE! So he could play against Palermo and deki out just for 2weeks.

F U C K MILAN
28 Jan 11, 17:12
thnx, hope he makes it

Rain
28 Jan 11, 17:14
Welcome Pazzo.

Coasterfreek
28 Jan 11, 17:17
Welcome Pazzini!!! Can't wait!

il Biscione 84
28 Jan 11, 17:28
FINALLY! It's official... all of the sudden my hope in catching up with the BBilan bitches has increased dramatically. Now we have a striker that will not just back our players but also fight for his place in the team, well hopefully he will :)

Iron_Inter
28 Jan 11, 17:28
Welcome to Inter Pazzo !

il Biscione 84
28 Jan 11, 17:51
Allegri's reaction:

Allegri fears Pazzini's Inter

http://www.football-italia.net/jan28q.html

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri says Inter will pose much more of a title threat now that they have signed Giampaolo Pazzini from Sampdoria.

Wallace
28 Jan 11, 18:33
Welcome Pazzini!

Batman
28 Jan 11, 18:37
Allegri's reaction:

Allegri fears Pazzini's Inter

http://www.football-italia.net/jan28q.html

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri says Inter will pose much more of a title threat now that they have signed Giampaolo Pazzini from Sampdoria.


the guy fears everyone man, just look at his face :lol:

btw, will he be available for the palermo match? hope he will, cant wait to see him..

Sewelly
28 Jan 11, 18:43
What number did he get?

AxigZag.ESIOLAG.
28 Jan 11, 18:49
Pazzini in da house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

AxigZag.ESIOLAG.
28 Jan 11, 18:50
What number did he get?

Pazzini in da house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Funny how the least signing exites us thse days lol!!

# 7.

Sewelly
28 Jan 11, 18:50
Assumed so. Hopefully he'll be better than the last.

vitomins
28 Jan 11, 19:00
Pazzini in da house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Funny how the least signing exites us thse days lol!!

# 7.


Pazzini is a pretty big signing dude...

La Brujita
28 Jan 11, 19:08
He's one of my favorite Italian players. A fox in the box as they say.

I hope he finds his Sampdoria form here, scoring plenty of goals. :D

I'm so happy!!

Xoonky
28 Jan 11, 19:12
Welcome Pazzo!!

I think he can't play for us in the CL though, right? :(

Azzkikr
28 Jan 11, 19:15
Yea for the 816th time, Pazzini cant play in the CL.

InteristaLT
28 Jan 11, 19:18
Pazzini is a pretty big signing dude...

One of the best italian strikers of course he is big signing:thumbsup:

InteristaLT
28 Jan 11, 19:19
the guy fears everyone man, just look at his face :lol:

btw, will he be available for the palermo match? hope he will, cant wait to see him..

I dunno to me he his face looks like a nice,calm guy:)but I hope on the pitch he will be like his nickname;)

Xoonky
28 Jan 11, 19:20
Yea for the 816th time, Pazzini cant play in the CL.

In this thread? This is the first time that was mentioned. Go do some math practice, you might need it.

jmaster
28 Jan 11, 19:26
Yea for the 816th time, Pazzini cant play in the CL.

Somebody ban this motherfucker. All he does is trying to make other members feel inferior to him, bashing our players, our management, everyone, nobody really likes him around.

vitomins
28 Jan 11, 19:29
Somebody ban this motherfucker. All he does is trying to make other members feel inferior to him, bashing our players, our management, everyone, nobody really likes him around.


He's just a grumpy old man. He is not harming anyone and occasionally adds to a discussion. Just ignore him when he makes comments like that...

Azzkikr
28 Jan 11, 19:33
Seriously, that question has been asked and answered a million times about both pazzini and Cassano before him.

Why dont people just go and read the rules from UEFA instead?

lol @ me trying to make people feel inferior though :lol:, that albanian kid jmaster has some serious issues.

Omar
28 Jan 11, 19:37
it doesn't cost u anything to reply in a friendly way to members, it even wins u some respect

Stefan
28 Jan 11, 19:39
Lets go back to pazzo, instead of personal feuds. Shall we?

Ana Banana
28 Jan 11, 19:42
Benvenuto!!! I am excited to see how he blends in here!

jmaster
28 Jan 11, 19:42
Is he injured for three weeks or not? I read somewhere that he can play against Palermo, but I remember someone said that he was injured against Jube, and can't play for 3 weeks.

Sorry for that angry comment, I didn't want to go off-topic, but I got annoyed. I put him in the ignore list now btw :D

A.l.i
28 Jan 11, 19:45
By those pictures, aren't 3 weeks quite a lot??

He looks like he'll be ready within 2 weeks easily.

Stefan
28 Jan 11, 19:51
Not sure. Some say he might be ready for palermo others say 3 weeks. We will know tomorrow.

vitomins
28 Jan 11, 19:53
He picked up a contusion on his ankle against Juve 5 days ago. Contusions (basically just a severe bruise) on the ankle typically take 2-5 days to heal. By now it is healed, hence the photos of him passing and kicking with it. You can even see that in a lot of the pictures he is being forced to use his left foot, which is the one he injured.

The ankle is healed, but the question is if it is healed enough to play a competitive match? We may want to just play it on the safe side and let him get his first appearance mid-week against Bari. However, do not be surprised if you see his name called on Sunday...

jmaster
28 Jan 11, 20:03
Palermo are tough, but I really hope we won't have to use him. Thanks for clearing it up Vito :thumbsup:

Nightwalker
28 Jan 11, 20:07
I grew fond of this dude since he practically gifted us the title last year. So happy that we signed him. :)

vitomins
28 Jan 11, 20:21
Palermo are tough, but I really hope we won't have to use him. Thanks for clearing it up Vito :thumbsup:

No problem! It probably would be best to keep him out this weekend, if we do, you can expect to see him against Bari! :thumbsup:

Cristiano Ronaldo suffered the same injury at the end of August, he sat out two NT games which took place 5 and 9 days from the injury. He was back in time for his following match with Real Madrid, 12 days after the injury, but could have played before then if needed after that second NT match. The original diagnosis said he would be out three weeks. So I think the conservative amount of time out is three weeks for this injury even though the players are ready well under 2 weeks after injury.

Sid
28 Jan 11, 20:31
Allegri's reaction:

Allegri fears Pazzini's Inter

http://www.football-italia.net/jan28q.html

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri says Inter will pose much more of a title threat now that they have signed Giampaolo Pazzini from Sampdoria.


:D:D:D

back to topic...

welcome pazzo :)...saw his pics during training he looks to be ready....if he can't play on sunday then I'm sure we'll see him for bari :thumbsup:

Santiago
28 Jan 11, 20:32
Welcome to Inter Paolo, you are not that big name i was waiting for but you are still a great transfer.

AxigZag.ESIOLAG.
28 Jan 11, 20:48
Pazzini is a pretty big signing dude...

I dont know Vito! No offence to ma boi, but Pandev was a pretty big signing too u know...

Omar
28 Jan 11, 20:51
Pazzini, Rannocchia, Santon, Viviano, Montolivo
so, these are our 5-Italians plan ??

Omar
28 Jan 11, 20:51
Pazzini, Rannocchia, Santon, Viviano, Montolivo
so, these are our 5-Italians plan ??

Alessandro
28 Jan 11, 20:55
I see Natalino given a chance next season as well.

Luka
28 Jan 11, 20:59
Welcome you crazy son of a bitch... er, I mean Pazzini ;)

Admired him for some time now. I am not worried a bit. I feel very confident that we hit jackpot here.

Also, I expect this to do good for Milito, and kick his ass a little. I think he got too confident after last year with him being the only guy we can play in that position.

Welcome Pazzo !


i always thought he would go to scum juve

Same here. I always thought he is "destined" to end up there. Quite a nice suprise ;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT0h1s2pADY&feature=feedu
Haha. Love his first smile :>

ps. It shows that he still can't believe he got here. He was probably thinking the whole day "How the fuck did I got here" :D


the guy fears everyone man, just look at his face :lol:

:P

Omar
28 Jan 11, 21:08
Also, I expect this to do good for Milito, and kick his ass a little. I think he got too confident after last year with him being the only guy we can play in that position.



i think u thought wrong :/

Omar
28 Jan 11, 21:14
I see Natalino given a chance next season as well.

i don't think so, if he was already "special" then he would be in our plans by now.. i don't wanna sound naive, but we can say that about every Italian Primavera!
i don't see any Italian Primavera straight to 1st team except maybe for Dell'Agnello in some while from now, maybe next season or later..

cloudq
28 Jan 11, 21:18
Pazzini in da house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Funny how the least signing exites us thse days lol!!

# 7.

YEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH

CRISTOPH KNASSMULLER!!!!

oh wait...

cloudq
28 Jan 11, 21:20
Also, I expect this to do good for Milito, and kick his ass a little. I think he got too confident after last year with him being the only guy we can play in that position.

i agree.

last season we had balotelli to fall back on. i still wish he hadnt turned out to be a bad egg

jmaster
28 Jan 11, 21:21
i don't think so, if he was already "special" then he would be in our plans by now.. i don't wanna sound naive, but we can say that about every Italian Primavera!
i don't see any Italian Primavera straight to 1st team except maybe for Dell'Agnello in some while from now, maybe next season or later..

Natalino played 2 games (if I'm correct) already this season under Rafa, and he was pretty good in my eyes. I definitely hope he will be given a chance next season.

il Biscione 84
28 Jan 11, 21:29
Lets not loose our head here :P We don't have to start promoting players from the primavera to the first team just for the sake of having more Italians. It would harm them before us, they need to have enough time to develop, play some 1st team football at some other clubs (Send them on Loan) to gain experience and prove their abilities and THEN we take the best of them.

Omar
28 Jan 11, 21:42
Lets not loose our head here :P We don't have to start promoting players from the primavera to the first team just for the sake of having more Italians. It would harm them before us, they need to have enough time to develop, play some 1st team football at some other clubs (Send them on Loan) to gain experience and prove their abilities and THEN we take the best of them.

oh, thanks! yeah the club was too dummy before ur words..
:D

Luka
28 Jan 11, 21:49
i think u thought wrong :/
I didn't mean, he got confident when he came from Genoa. First year he was determined to prove everybody how good player he was, so the fact he was playing every game was not a problem.

But after this one season, with all the prizes, awards and all, he was at different position, than he was when he came from Genoa.

Don't you agree ?

il Biscione 84
28 Jan 11, 21:53
oh, thanks! yeah the club was too dummy before ur words..
:D

Well not the club :P but some people here gets too excited whenever a young player from our primavera is on the bench. Whether it's Natalino, Obi, etc. They need to have their space in developing before throwing them into first team football at a club like Inter. :)

dynasty27
28 Jan 11, 23:00
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Sry for "youtube time again", but the way the commentator pronounces his name at 0:55 is too funny *lamao*

And watch how high he stands in the air, it's hangtime!

JJM
28 Jan 11, 23:48
Pazzo could and will play against Palermo according to GDS...

http://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/inter/?action=read&idnet=ZmNpbnRlcm5ld3MuaXQtMzc1OTI

Alex de Large
29 Jan 11, 00:07
Anyone how that rule of national players work exactly?

Agree with those 5(Viviano,Ran,Santon,Pazzo,Monto). because all play in a different position.

RuiSantos
29 Jan 11, 00:19
I have faith in this player,welcome and best of luck.

el_dude
29 Jan 11, 01:38
finally we have someone who can head the ball. I hope he kicks ass over here.

skeet
29 Jan 11, 02:04
man, every time i remember that inter bought pazzini i smile, he was one of my favorite italian players and is definitely my favorite now, the new jersey is already in the mail :D

BigBoss
29 Jan 11, 03:04
Cannot wait to see Milan derby. Etoo, Milito, Pazzini agains Ibra, Pato, Robinho. Too much o in one match.
Our attack is scary, let's go for 1 decent midfielder in the summer and we'll rock.

Efrain21C
29 Jan 11, 03:22
Cannot wait to see Milan derby. Etoo, Milito, Pazzini agains Ibra, Pato, Robinho. Too much o in one match.
Our attack is scary, let's go for 1 decent midfielder in the summer and we'll rock.

will they even play together?? Tbh I dont think so :/

snowforum180
29 Jan 11, 03:25
Cannot wait to see Milan derby. Etoo, Milito, Pazzini agains Ibra, Pato, Robinho. Too much o in one match.
Our attack is scary, let's go for 1 decent midfielder in the summer and we'll rock.

Poachers vs Second strikers pretty much.

Doubt all 3 will play together, but we will have a good super sub between milito and pazzini, and if things get rough we can unleash pandev:lol:

Omar
29 Jan 11, 05:40
god forbid one of them drops his form for not being regular (Pazzini - Milito)..
well in another prospect, Milito may not find back his top form due to already bad form plus the lack of playing time..


I didn't mean, he got confident when he came from Genoa. First year he was determined to prove everybody how good player he was, so the fact he was playing every game was not a problem.

But after this one season, with all the prizes, awards and all, he was at different position, than he was when he came from Genoa.

Don't you agree ?

it's only a theory that has 50-50 wrong\right possibilities..
but should also be aware of the conditions that Diego had suffered (WC bench, Ballo d'Or blow & the Benitez injuries shock)..

imo, the Pazzini deal is much of a general potential plan more than just a quick backup to fix certain alleged issues.. which is proven through the rumors that say we were tracking him since November..
Milito is still a primary option.


Well not the club :P but some people here gets too excited whenever a young player from our primavera is on the bench. Whether it's Natalino, Obi, etc. They need to have their space in developing before throwing them into first team football at a club like Inter. :)

that's the spirit ;)



the way the commentator pronounces his name at 0:55 is too funny *lamao*



sounds like a Mortal Kombat fatality :lol: :D :D

blackmore
29 Jan 11, 06:05
Pazzini is a pretty big signing dude...

why, cause he's italian, or cause he's scored 83 goals in 254 games, or becuase he's gone 13 games straight without scoring for italy?

Ah i know, its cause we'll see less of goran huh? :lol:

Omar
29 Jan 11, 06:18
Pazzini didn't get fair chance at Fiorentina.. u can only judge his form at Sampdoria where he last time played..
about the national thing, it's not Pazzini's fault that the NT coach can't make a good team with good play.. it wasn't just Pazzini who didn't shine with the NT, it's actually the whole team.. but now he's considered one of the primary strikers for the Azzurri, and recently he only missed ones due to injury absence, other than that he's a main part of Prandelli's plans

b4h4mooth
29 Jan 11, 06:32
why inter palermo thread been closed?

Michael
29 Jan 11, 07:51
http://img820.imageshack.us/img820/5607/646bd.jpg

PAZZO DAY

"Inter, what joy."
To be on the field immediately.
Took the medical, trained, signed and saluted Moratti.
Presentation today and tomorrow Pazzini is ready to challenge Palermo.

Appiano Gentile - It was Pazzo day. Traveled from Genoa in late evening, wake up at dawn, took his medical, said hello to his new teammates at Pinetina. Then he went to lunch and traveled back to Milan to sign the contract and saluted President Moratti.

Double pleasure A very happy Giampaolo Pazzini, yesterday, officially became an Inter player. The cost is 12 million euros plus Jonathan Biabiany who, yesterday at 9:00, said goodbye to his former teammates. Inter thanked the 22 year-old Frenchman through its website at the same time had a short statement from Pazzini. "I am very happy to be here at Inter. It is something beautiful and amazing. Everything happened quickly and I did not expect it to be like that. I was a black and blue at Atalanta. Now I have found these colors. There is a great desire to do well and doing so enthusiastically. Coming here at a team that wanted me has given me so much confidence. This is crucial. The goal against Roma which launched Inter to be the Italian Champions? But when we played in the Champions League with Sampdoria, the result was indirectly beneficial to Inter. But now, I'm here and I like it."

Ready for Palermo Playing for Sampdorina in the preliminary rounds prevented him from playing in the Champions League with the European Champions. One more reason for him to give everything in the league and Italian Cup. The injured ankle suffered against Juve is much better and did not prevent him to train for an hour (running, basic techniques, working with low intensity) with the fitness coach Stefano Rapetti under the watchful eyes of Leo. The striker had given us a week but he will be available anyway even for Napoli-Sampdoria.

In Pinetina After the medical, which happened between 8:30 and 9:15, Pazzini arrived at Pinetina at around 12 and was immediately in the dressing room to greet his new teammates who had just finished training for the Palermo game. A direct contract after so many text messages in recent days. Then he had lunch which consist of pasta and dried beef. A dish that has been stretching the career of Inzaghi. Il Pazzo was noted that the number 11 jersey (preferred one from the available numbers) will not be available despite the departure of Muntari. 84 (birth year) was just too high so he took 7. The number of Cristiano Ronaldo and Quaresma, depending on your point of view.

The signature At about 14:30 Pazzini came back to Milan specifically towards Inter Minister of Finance and Vice President Rinaldo Ghelfi's office. Also waiting for team were technical director Marco Branca and sporting director Piero Ausilio. The signature was for four and a half years which will see il Pazzo receiving just under three million per season plus bonuses tied to victories, goals, and appearances. At 16:25, a quick move to Saras to greet President Massimo Moratti. The weekend will not be less crazy nor intense. Working out with the team is scheduled in the morning. At 13 is the official presentation. Tomorrow at 13 with his new fans at the San Siro to play against Palermo. Crazy things.

chipschups
29 Jan 11, 07:58
thx michael :thumbsup:

lonewolf19
29 Jan 11, 09:09
welcome Pazzini!!!

Omar
29 Jan 11, 09:11
everything is Pazza about Pazzo :)
grazie Michael..

Alessandro
29 Jan 11, 09:38
A look into the future...

http://i172.photobucket.com/albums/w29/sandrodiosi/pazziniinter.jpg?t=1296297494

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 09:40
Grazie Michael :)

CafeCordoba
29 Jan 11, 09:47
Il Pazzo was noted that the number 11 jersey (preferred one from the available numbers) will not be available despite the departure of Muntari. 84 (birth year) was just too high so he took 7.


Hmmm.. why??

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 09:52
Kharja might have picked his no. before even inking his contract :P

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 09:52
Hmmm.. why??

http://www.pointsincase.com/files/u2/walmart-shopper-redneck.jpg

Luka
29 Jan 11, 11:26
Thanks Michael !

JohnTheBaptist
29 Jan 11, 11:28
Boys we got our self brand new Vieri.
I expect nothing less than a goal at your debut Giompaolo and please just stay healthy through the season.

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 11:33
New Vieri? :) I don't see him being the new Vieri as each have different characteristics especially physically.

dynasty27
29 Jan 11, 11:44
New Vieri? :) I don't see him being the new Vieri as each have different characteristics especially physically.How about the new Pazzini? Just being himself.:)

Because of the world where we live in and the rush to give people titles and put them into places where someone was in the historical standpoint of sports, we elevate people to a place where I don't think they're consistent enough to prove it yet. Does that make them what they do not as good? Not really, because it falls on us who tend to prejudge young athletes before they achieve anything.

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 11:53
Pazzini: "I got a call from Luis Figo who told me that the number 7 was a heavy, but I had permission to use it (Smiles)."

Luka
29 Jan 11, 11:54
Didn't comment on the money here, but wanted to say couple words, despite the fact I don't like to speak about it much.

I believe 12 mln + Ludovic is a great offer in my eyes. Pazzini for me, is best italian striker deffinetly. Gillardino is there as well, but he got his Milan chance, and couldn't make the most of it, so we kinda saw his limitations. With Pazzini is not the case, and hopefully he will grow even more. The guy can still imrpove in my opinion.

So taking all this, I believe around 18-20 mln for the best italian striker (no matter if italian football is not on the highest note at the moment), is a very good deal. I applaud Marco Branca for this.

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 11:55
Exactly! I am always against the New "....." shit. It just doesn't make any sense most of the times...

Azzkikr
29 Jan 11, 12:08
So taking all this, I believe around 18-20 mln for the best italian striker (no matter if italian football is not on the highest note at the moment), is a very good deal. I applaud Marco Branca for this.

I dont quite follow your logic here. What does the fact that he is (in your opinion) the best italian striker have to do with his valuation? Just because he is the best of a certain nationality it doesnt mean that he is worth that much money.

Alessandro
29 Jan 11, 12:13
I dont quite follow your logic here. What does the fact that he is (in your opinion) the best italian striker have to do with his valuation? Just because he is the best of a certain nationality it doesnt mean that he is worth that much money.

Considering most Italian talent is always overpriced, I agree with Luka in saying that this an amazing deal. He is one of the best Italian Strikers and to get him on a player plus cash deal is crazy IMO. I was sure he was going to end up at Juve for over 20 mill... If you ask any Juventino, they are in shock and Angry that Juve didn't get this done themselves.

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 12:15
Local players are always overpriced in their own countries. For that we got Pazzini for a very good deal.

Lionheart
29 Jan 11, 12:19
Pazzini: "I got a call from Luis Figo who told me that the number 7 was a heavy, but I had permission to use it (Smiles)."

Dayam!!! :D Luis!!! AUW

Moratti.jr
29 Jan 11, 12:29
its a great buy. no doubt. i even cant believe how sampdoria agree to dell him after losing cassano. i think its because of pazzini need cassano to score goals in Samp. maybe he think that without cassano Pazzini would be less effective.

But we have Sneijder,cou,motta and maicon to supply him. i dont think it would be a proberm for him to play for us.

GOOD LUCK PAZZINI!! i hope we can see him tommorow.

Moratti.jr
29 Jan 11, 12:32
and btw. is he going to wear the 7 shirt number next season also? coz i think 11 is better. i want to order his jersey but then if he switch to 11 i'd rather buy it next season.

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 12:35
His press conference: http://www.inter.it/aas/news/reader?N=35686&L=en

He looks like a clear head boy.

Azzkikr
29 Jan 11, 12:44
Considering most Italian talent is always overpriced, I agree with Luka in saying that this an amazing deal. He is one of the best Italian Strikers and to get him on a player plus cash deal is crazy IMO. I was sure he was going to end up at Juve for over 20 mill... If you ask any Juventino, they are in shock and Angry that Juve didn't get this done themselves.

I still dont follow how this has anything to do with his valuation and how being the best italian striker somehow means that he is worth the fee.

Does this mean that if Pazzini was chinese that this wouldnt be as good a deal?

JohnTheBaptist
29 Jan 11, 13:37
Did i said new Vieri somewhere? No i did not.
So what the fuck? :)

He has the movement, positioning and finishing of Bobo thats why i said we got ourself a Vieri. When Milito joined us i resembled his movements to the ones of RVN. Its the bomber class. Read well before you reply.

Luka
29 Jan 11, 13:51
I dont quite follow your logic here. What does the fact that he is (in your opinion) the best italian striker have to do with his valuation? Just because he is the best of a certain nationality it doesnt mean that he is worth that much money.
My point was, that even if Italy is not on the highest note lately (obviously it's true), it's still considered at some certain level.

So if I say... Malaga bought best Kazachstan striker, or best German striker, it would make a difference, right ?

Add to that, the fact that italian players (good players) are always in price. Italian teams are easier convinced to loose some players from other nationalities, but when it comes to italians it's always more difficult (as was for example with Toni). So taking both into account, I believe this is a very good deal. Not Sneijder, or especialy Eto'o like, but still a good piece of buisness in my eyes.

Azzkikr
29 Jan 11, 14:03
I still dont see what this has to do with the quality of the player, which is what we should be focussing on rather if its a good deal because italian players are usually way overpriced.

So in theory, if we could have gotten a better foreign player for the same amount of money, what would be the better deal then? The foreign player with abit more quality or the italian player with abit less quality but who is a great deal because italian players generally are overpriced?
I bet 9/10 people would chose the player with more quality.

Anyways, this was just to put the transfer and argument in a certain perspective. We should be focussing on if its a good deal in terms of quality not if its a good deal considering italian players are overpriced.

blackmore
29 Jan 11, 14:12
its a good deal and the price we got for him was excellent too, but i think the real question that should be asked is weather its what we really needed for our team at this current point in time.

Is there much use of a car if it doesnt have any gas in it and cant take you anywhere. Sure you can sit in it a try and look cool, but will winding down the windows on a hot summers day cool you off?

Lionheart
29 Jan 11, 14:14
...but will winding down the windows on a hot summers day cool you off?

Damn! What a line! :thumbsup: That's boss.

blackmore
29 Jan 11, 14:16
straight of the top of the dome young gun you know how we do..

CafeCordoba
29 Jan 11, 14:18
Well, to conclude this all, it was a good deal. 12m€ + Biabiany for Pazzini is great business.

Azzkikr
29 Jan 11, 14:21
So if he had been chinese it would still have been a good deal?

skeet
29 Jan 11, 14:22
its a good deal and the price we got for him was excellent too, but i think the real question that should be asked is weather its what we really needed for our team at this current point in time.

Is there much use of a car if it doesnt have any gas in it and cant take you anywhere. Sure you can sit in it a try and look cool, but will winding down the windows on a hot summers day cool you off?

the "needs service" argument is really old and hardly valid, eto'o and milito are both strikers that "need service", although eto'o can create his own chances now he didn't when we got him and couldn't in his first season, but 76 goals later and only 18 assists from sneijder (not all of which are for milito or eto) and they are doing just fine

blackmore
29 Jan 11, 14:32
the "needs service" argument is really old and hardly valid, eto'o and milito are both strikers that "need service", although eto'o can create his own chances now he didn't when we got him and couldn't in his first season, but 76 goals later and only 18 assists from sneijder (not all of which are for milito or eto) and they are doing just fine

yeah good argument there...Comparing etos first season to someone who has played here his whole life. It was natural for eto to get used to this league, and look at him now.And you say Milito is doing fine atm too huh? Are you a fan or a troll? You seriously think he's doing ok huh?

So know one else provides assists besides wes huh? Forget about our defense and whole MF lineup huh. We must be playing a 0-0-1-2 formation with only 3 guys on the pitch. Have you seen pazzini play before? Can you explain why he has gone 13 games for the azzurri without scoring? Can you explain why his form has dropped so much without Bambino. Or why mutu and gilardino were ahead of him in the peckinjg order at fiore?

What is invalid about this argument....that you have no argument against it.

Cmon skeeter your better then that!

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 14:42
Well, to conclude this all, it was a good deal. 12m€ + Biabiany for Pazzini is great business.

No Luca Caldirola like it was reported, so we still got our ex-primavera captain whose at Vatese...

Luka
29 Jan 11, 14:44
I still dont see what this has to do with the quality of the player, which is what we should be focussing on rather if its a good deal because italian players are usually way overpriced.

Well, I was talking about the financial part of the deal, in the post that you were answering to, so that's why I was focusing on that. I already said what I think about his quality before.

As for connection between the best italian striker to what I've said, just like I pointed out. The better the nationality, the better the player (usually), and so the greated the value.

For me, around 18 mln for best italian striker is a very good deal. Obviously it's not the same as in the Vieri "times", but still 18 mln for best italian striker seems a good deal in my eyes.

That's all it meant. As for quality of Pazzo, I already said before, I admired him for some time, and I'm extremely happy he is with us. I would be more happy, if he was playing on a position we need, like support striker, or winger, but I'm still very happy nevertheless.

ps. All that ^^^ however, doesn't mean, that there might not be a player from a country that ain't considered high on the "countries list" but is better than Pazzo. Don't take what I've said as some definite proof, that it was a great deal. Obviously it wasn't, and how good of a player he is is the number 1 factor, whether it was great deal or not.

CafeCordoba
29 Jan 11, 14:45
No Luca Caldirola like it was reported, so we still got our ex-primavera captain whose at Vatese...

Some source for this? It's everywhere now that it is 12mÄ + Biabiany. Garrone said this himself. 19mÄ worth deal which included Biabiany worth 7mÄ.

skeet
29 Jan 11, 14:46
yeah good argument there...Comparing etos first season to someone who has played here his whole life. It was natural for eto to get used to this league, and look at him now.And you say Milito is doing fine atm too huh? Are you a fan or a troll? You seriously think he's doing ok huh?

So know one else provides assists besides wes huh? Forget about our defense and whole MF lineup huh. We must be playing a 0-0-1-2 formation with only 3 guys on the pitch. Have you seen pazzini play before? Can you explain why he has gone 13 games for the azzurri without scoring? Can you explain why his form has dropped so much without Bambino. Or why mutu and gilardino were ahead of him in the peckinjg order at fiore?

What is invalid about this argument....that you have no argument against it.

Cmon skeeter your better then that!

saying that pazzini won't get any service then saying that milito and eto'o score because of the service they get? inconsistent much blacky?

and i never said that milito was doing good NOW, he scored 36 goals since he arrived so i would say he has done well so far don't you think? and milito's current bad form is due to his own failings not because of the lack of service

as for eto'o, he wasn't exactly blitzing past three players and scoring goals on his own at barca was he? 80% of his goals were tap-ins and one-on-ones, and he's played there for 10 years!

a lot of people were concerned that the milito-eto partnership wouldn't work out because they rely too much on good service, but they were all proven wrong, and hopefully pazzini will do the same

mario.santon
29 Jan 11, 14:50
he seems pretty cool, never really follow him in actions... but he was great at Championship Manager :lol:

Azzkikr
29 Jan 11, 14:50
For me, around 18 mln for best italian striker is a very good deal. Obviously it's not the same as in the Vieri "times", but still 18 mln for best italian striker seems a good deal in my eyes.


So in theory if he was chinese, then it wouldnt be as good a deal?

Everyone else seem to be dodging that question, but i know you wont :D

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 14:53
Some source for this? It's everywhere now that it is 12m€ + Biabiany. Garrone said this himself. 19m€ worth deal which included Biabiany worth 7m€.

I was confirming what you said, Gds said it's 12 ml + Biabiany and there wasn't anything there about luca Caldirola so I guess he wasn't included in the deal.

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 14:54
More than 2 hours passed since inter.it uploaded Pazzini's press conference in italian but still no english version!

Christ... :rollani:

Besnik
29 Jan 11, 14:57
Nim, I'm glad that we share same love for inter.it

il Biscione 84
29 Jan 11, 15:01
More than 2 hours passed since inter.it uploaded Pazzini's press conference in italian but still no english version!

Christ... :rollani:

Typical Inter.it! :P

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 15:01
Nim, I'm glad that we share same love for inter.it

They should hire you Be!

Besnik
29 Jan 11, 15:04
They should hire you Be!

:lol:

I get the point NimA, but I was just kidding above, since I know you get mad when people call you 'Nim' :D

lol

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 15:07
:P Got used to it!

Besnik
29 Jan 11, 15:09
Ah well. :D

Do you think we'll see Pazzini tomorrow as starter?

NimAraya
29 Jan 11, 15:11
Ah well. :D

Do you think we'll see Pazzini tomorrow as starter?

No idea. Only if he's healthy. I think he will come in as a sub though. Unless Leonardo think that a 50% Pazzini is still better than 100% Pandev. Milito is there too.

Luka
29 Jan 11, 15:18
So in theory if he was chinese, then it wouldnt be as good a deal?

No. It depends. (cause you make it sound like it's a sure thing to assume)

Chinese NT is on paper not great, so ON MOST OCASIONS their striker is not excelent. Just like you take Wales for example. Usually their wingers ain't world beaters. Then Giggs comes along...

But it's different situation to what is here.

For example, if I say, best spanish midfielder. It is fair to assume, that if someone has that title at this moment, he is worth shit loads of money. It is fair to assume that, because of what kind of level Spain is at the moment. With that in mind it's hard to believe their "best midfielder" doesn't represent certain level.

With lesser teams (China included) there are 2 scenarios. If I say best Lithuanian midfielder, now it is fair to assume that their best midfielder ain't worth close to that much. Why? Because of their NT level. That doesn't however mean, that they could have some freakingly good born tallent there, who will be exception of the rule.

When I say best italian striker, it doesn't mean the same it meant say 10 years ago, but I believe it still means something, despite how poor Italy was lately.

ps. And yes Azz, you still don't get it :P:P:P (just a joke)

InteristaLT
29 Jan 11, 16:26
He wanted number 11?But...
Well if Luis gave his permission to Pazzo to wear number 7 it is good:thumbsup:
Can't wait to see him playing with us:)

Azzkikr
29 Jan 11, 17:33
When I say best italian striker, it doesn't mean the same it meant say 10 years ago, but I believe it still means something, despite how poor Italy was lately.


Well we will just have to agree to disagree.

To me it means nothing that he is the best italian striker. Its stupid to overpay for Italian players. Quality alone should be the only factor to determine if a deal is good or not.

People should be saying Pazzini for 19m€ is a good deal because he is a great player with quality, not that its a good deal because he is the best italian striker and because Italians are usually way overpriced.

rockball
29 Jan 11, 18:38
FFS, Luka you can argue on the most absurd nonsensical points and to no end.

Luka
29 Jan 11, 20:19
Quality alone should be the only factor to determine if a deal is good or not.

It seems you still don't understand what I'm getting at.

In fact 2 posts back, I've said just that ^^^ (well, almost, if somebody would like to really stick to details :>)

"Obviously it wasn't, and how good of a player he is is the number 1 factor, whether it was great deal or not."

Lets leave it here, cause it seems it's another discussion, where I say you don't get it/understand what I'm saying, and you throw couple :palm: posts.


FFS, Luka you can argue on the most absurd nonsensical points and to no end.
And you can to no end be the "Big brother".

Take care of your business. It's my business if I want to argue, and to what point, not yours.

Omar
29 Jan 11, 20:30
i agree with #7 thing.. it's very similar to #10, it's usually worn by players of scoring and passing great abilities.. and Pazzini is very good in that :thumbsup: :thumbsup:


Didn't comment on the money here, but wanted to say couple words, despite the fact I don't like to speak about it much.

I believe 12 mln + Ludovic is a great offer in my eyes. Pazzini for me, is best italian striker deffinetly. Gillardino is there as well, but he got his Milan chance, and couldn't make the most of it, so we kinda saw his limitations. With Pazzini is not the case, and hopefully he will grow even more. The guy can still imrpove in my opinion.

So taking all this, I believe around 18-20 mln for the best italian striker (no matter if italian football is not on the highest note at the moment), is a very good deal. I applaud Marco Branca for this.

Considering most Italian talent is always overpriced, I agree with Luka in saying that this an amazing deal. He is one of the best Italian Strikers and to get him on a player plus cash deal is crazy IMO. I was sure he was going to end up at Juve for over 20 mill... If you ask any Juventino, they are in shock and Angry that Juve didn't get this done themselves.

what's wrong with u guyz.. Biabiany was one of our main future plans last summer, the guy is 22yo and considered the fastest player in the world, while Pazzini was at Sampdoria and previously Fiorentina and smaller clubs and 26yo.. the nationality factor doesn't effect much in this very case


More than 2 hours passed since inter.it uploaded Pazzini's press conference in italian but still no english version!

Christ... :rollani:

after all, he's Italian and so is the club.. but in a general opinion, the club is slowly approaching the worldwide top levels :palm:

blackmore
29 Jan 11, 23:28
saying that pazzini won't get any service then saying that milito and eto'o score because of the service they get? inconsistent much blacky?

and i never said that milito was doing good NOW, he scored 36 goals since he arrived so i would say he has done well so far don't you think? and milito's current bad form is due to his own failings not because of the lack of service

as for eto'o, he wasn't exactly blitzing past three players and scoring goals on his own at barca was he? 80% of his goals were tap-ins and one-on-ones, and he's played there for 10 years!

a lot of people were concerned that the milito-eto partnership wouldn't work out because they rely too much on good service, but they were all proven wrong, and hopefully pazzini will do the same

ok we can go back and forth with this with no end outcome..i can already see it. his threads already been filled up by too much random bullshit by luka :lol:

ill keep it short and sweet..

etoo didnt need to do anything at barca, he was playing with one of footballs most dominant teams ever. And i never said they score because of the service they get. Most of eto's goals have been great individual plays(doesnt mean dribbling around 3 players) As for milito, yes he did recieve some awesome service, particularly from wes.

But i wanna see pazzo and milito in the same lineup together in lets say a coppa match where leo fields a MF of say mariga capitano and cuchu along with deki. Man thats gonna be one excititing game, no doubt :palm:

On a serious note though, lets hope thet he can fit into the team and score some goals, although that wasnt the main issue of the team in the first place.



Well we will just have to agree to disagree.

To me it means nothing that he is the best italian striker. Its stupid to overpay for Italian players. Quality alone should be the only factor to determine if a deal is good or not.

People should be saying Pazzini for 19m€ is a good deal because he is a great player with quality, not that its a good deal because he is the best italian striker and because Italians are usually way overpriced.

if ppl cant see whats up after this post and the point thats trying to be made then i really dont know......

Omar
30 Jan 11, 00:04
But i wanna see pazzo and milito in the same lineup together in lets say a coppa match where leo fields a MF of say mariga capitano and cuchu along with deki. Man thats gonna be one excititing game, no doubt :palm:



why are we being pessimistic about not getting other style players.. are we forgetting #10 Sneijder (he duzn't miss out long terms except once under Benitez), highly potential Coutinho, regular Motta, and potential new bet Kharja !!
even Deki, Cucho, Pandev and potential Mariga are decent in creating attacks and serving the forwards..
how long do we need to repeat that it was only an unfortunate injuries period becoz of Benitez methods.. why can't we have supportive optimism and belief in the management's decisions.. how many expected a treble in like this date a year ago ? NONE
it's been 7 matches in a very compressive period under Leo and few were decisive injuries (mainly Milito), and Milito as a matter of fact injured himself, while Deki is known to have a regular injury absence every season lately.. same thing about Cesar
have a supportive belief in Leonardo and get a bit optimistic..

blackmore
30 Jan 11, 00:09
omar read....

coppa italia bro!

We cant and wont have our best on the pitch every time. Way to go in twisting it up some! Individual sparks of brilliance often decide matches like that.(not taking away anything from our players as a whole)

Omar
30 Jan 11, 00:13
lovely words by Pazzo, now am all supporting for him after his humility and honest..


MILAN – “To make it to a club like Inter is inevitably fulfilling a career goal, but at the same time it needs to be a starting point as I haven’t won anything yet and I want to demonstrate what I can do.” Today is Giampaolo Pazzini’s day. He was the main protagonist of the press conference at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, so much so that after the customary pictures with his new jersey, even coach Leonardo left the scene entirely to the new Nerazzurri striker, who was accompanied by the technical director, Marco Branca, and the sporting director, Paolo Ausilio.

Pazzini has chosen to wear the number 7 jersey, not without prior reflection, but with the support of a Nerazzurri legend who always honoured that number: “I received a phone call from Luis Figo and he told me that the number 7 jersey was an important one, but that I had his blessing to take it (smiled the striker).”

“Am I excited? Of course I am” continued Pazzini, “when there is a change like this one it is hard to believe it is really happening. The offer from Inter was unexpected and out of the blue, and a very important opportunity. Is it significant that I am the only Italian striker? Well despite the fact that Inter have not had an Italian striker in the side, they have achieved some important victories over the last few years and raised the profile of the club.”

The attention then shifted to the statements released yesterday by the Sampdoria president, Garrone: “I heard what the president had to say and I can’t deny I was a bit upset, but I don’t want to say anything as Sampdoria gave me so much; I gave a lot to Sampdoria too and I will never forget the time I spent in Genoa or the fans, who were always so welcoming towards me. Garrone said I was distracted by other things in my last few months there? If the president had come into the dressing room he would have seen the sacrifices I was making to be able to play…”

A warrior therefore, just like Marco Materazzi described him: “When I arrived at Appiano Gentile over half the people there told me I was always considered a pain because I had created so much bother as an opponent (he smiled), but what Marco said really pleased me.”

Cassano at Milan, Pazzini at Inter. Giampaolo pondered over the situation and smiled: “At the start of the season no one would have thought that it would have gone this way. Have I spoken to him? No, all that has happened is he sent me a text message congratulating me. Which of us made the best choice? I am very happy; I arrive in a team full of champions.”

And speaking of Milan, Pazzini guaranteed that the Inter comeback is still possible: “The Rossoneri are in front of us at the moment, but Inter still has a lot of desire to win and will demonstrate this.”

And the Nerazzurri will demonstrate this with Pazzini on the pitch, because as he himself explained: “I’m in good shape, today I trained with the team and I didn’t feel any niggles so I am available. The competition with Milito and Eto’o? There is no negative feeling; a team like Inter inevitably needs to have a lot of big players.” And when asked why he opted for Inter when there were so many teams following him, Pazzini answered: “Inter was the team that showed the most faith in me and did all it could to sign me.”

forza Pazzo!!!

Omar
30 Jan 11, 00:32
omar read....

coppa italia bro!

We cant and wont have our best on the pitch every time. Way to go in twisting it up some! Individual sparks of brilliance often decide matches like that.(not taking away anything from our players as a whole)

well the squad got shaped, and had more depth actually.. we got extra striker and extra midfielder (Muntari was useless)

i would agree on some turnovers, but i would excuse Leo for not using it widely for the reason of his fresh start with us and that he needs to build a certain system to use.. the more matches he plays the faster he reaches succeeding tactics and the more space to try new approaches

kylan05
30 Jan 11, 03:24
Welcome Pazzini! Hope to see you tomorrow. Finally another quality striker, hope you stay healthy too.

Handoyo
30 Jan 11, 07:11
With regards to this theory that Pazzini won't do well because of the lack of supply which he previously had from Cassano, great scorers will always find some way to score.

Remember a certain Christian Vieri? Remember the coach (Cuper), midfield (Di Biagio, C.Zanetti, etc) and striker partners (Crespo, Kallon, etc) that he had? He still scored a goal a game in Serie A during 2001-2003.

Let's hope Pazzini can be as great as the last Italian striker we had.

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 07:16
Cassano at Milan, Pazzini at Inter. Giampaolo pondered over the situation and smiled: “At the start of the season no one would have thought that it would have gone this way. Have I spoken to him? No, all that has happened is he sent me a text message congratulating me. Which of us made the best choice? I am very happy; I arrive in a team full of champions.”

Cassano's text message to Pazzini.


Pazzo... You lucky bastard.
Why didnt they want me?
Antonio

NimAraya
30 Jan 11, 07:23
Cassano's text message to Pazzini.



Pazzo... You lucky bastard.
Why didnt they want me?
Antonio

Because you were a fat unshaped mental.

Trippi
30 Jan 11, 07:41
Pazzini and Vieri, different Class. I mean Veiri and Pazzini.

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 07:52
Let's hope Pazzini can be as great as the last Italian striker we had.

Better than Balotelli? Only Mentally...

Handoyo
30 Jan 11, 07:54
Forgot about Balotelli. :palm: I was only scanning my brain for strikers we bought and completely forgot that we raised one ourselves. :D

I meant to say let's hope Pazzini can be as great as Vieri.

blackmore
30 Jan 11, 08:13
With regards to this theory that Pazzini won't do well because of the lack of supply which he previously had from Cassano, great scorers will always find some way to score.

Remember a certain Christian Vieri? Remember the coach (Cuper), midfield (Di Biagio, C.Zanetti, etc) and striker partners (Crespo, Kallon, etc) that he had? He still scored a goal a game in Serie A during 2001-2003.

Let's hope Pazzini can be as great as the last Italian striker we had.

vieri is 5 times the player pazzo is

lonewolf19
30 Jan 11, 08:16
Too much hype guys. He is a very good player but speaking in terms of scoring ability... Vieri is way ahead at the moment.
Pazzo got the potential though!!

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 08:38
Forgot about Balotelli. :palm: I was only scanning my brain for strikers we bought and completely forgot that we raised one ourselves. :D

I meant to say let's hope Pazzini can be as great as Vieri.

Haha yeah I was only messin around with ya :P

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 08:43
vieri is 5 times the player pazzo is

Yeah I agree up to this point of Pazzini's career... Let's see what Mad can do at big club to build a legacy.

Azzkikr
30 Jan 11, 10:50
Too much hype guys.

Yea people are expecting way too much from Pazzini it seems.

They are acting like we signed messi.

Trippi
30 Jan 11, 11:29
He is a good striker, nothing nothing like Vieri though. He more importantly builds up the Italian quotient. Everything else is pure hype IMO.

Besnik
30 Jan 11, 12:08
Yea people are expecting way too much from Pazzini it seems.

They are acting like we signed messi.

I disagree. We're excited since we didnt singed anyone in the summer, and we had a lot expectations to sign someone who is quality, so we had to wait quite a while till we got the right striker in the right time. I wouldn't say we're expecting too much from Pazzini, at least not me. I'm just excited since I was very upset that we missed to sign someone in the summer, so this is the biggest reason that I'm excited.

Ah well!

il Biscione 84
30 Jan 11, 12:22
Yea people are expecting way too much from Pazzini it seems.

They are acting like we signed messi.

It seems only signing messi would please you. :P We're happy of having a player of his quality after being linked with a bunch of old and useless strikers.

NimAraya
30 Jan 11, 12:54
I disagree. We're excited since we didnt singed anyone in the summer, and we had a lot expectations to sign someone who is quality, so we had to wait quite a while till we got the right striker in the right time. I wouldn't say we're expecting too much from Pazzini, at least not me. I'm just excited since I was very upset that we missed to sign someone in the summer, so this is the biggest reason that I'm excited.

Ah well!

This...


It seems only signing messi would please you. :P We're happy of having a player of his quality after being linked with a bunch of old and useless strikers.

...And that!

JohnTheBaptist
30 Jan 11, 14:30
Boys, now that is how legends are made.

Vieri bomber type of what? :)

GRANDE GIAMPAOLO

jmaster
30 Jan 11, 14:41
Yea people are expecting way too much from Pazzini it seems.

They are acting like we signed messi.

The usual Azz. Always wrong. This guy is better for us than Messi himself!

Big Willy
30 Jan 11, 14:51
We love you man! Keep scoring!

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 14:51
Grazie Pazzini! Amazing spirit... 2 shots on goal, 2 goals.

Big Willy
30 Jan 11, 14:52
The usual Azz. Always wrong. This guy is better for us than Messi himself!

Why you keep losing time reading him mate, seriously, he's a cunt

Gaetan
30 Jan 11, 14:52
Pazzzoooooooooogolllllllll!

Alex de Large
30 Jan 11, 14:52
FORZA GRANDE PAZZINI
http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/1862/dibujolxd.jpg

Can he play against Fiore?

Azzkikr
30 Jan 11, 14:52
Incredible debut.

Great goals and a great dive for the penalty too.

He should have been allowed to take the pen though, but who cares.

Azzkikr
30 Jan 11, 14:53
FORZA GRANDE PAZZINI
http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/1862/dibujolxd.jpg

Can he play against Fiore?

No.

bibonzo
30 Jan 11, 14:53
I take back everything I said. Even if he plays like crap all season long this game alone is worth the price we paid! Fantastic debut!

skeet
30 Jan 11, 14:53
PAZZOOOOOOOO!!!!

those who said he wouldn't be good can go fuck themselves

Moratti.jr
30 Jan 11, 14:55
WOW MAN! JUST WOW..

InteristaLT
30 Jan 11, 14:56
Hmhm...where are you Pazzini haters?

Il Pazzo is the king...Grand Pazzini

lonewolf19
30 Jan 11, 14:56
Grande Pazzini!! What an awesome buy?

Wallace
30 Jan 11, 14:56
Incredible finishing by Pazzini, Milito will probably get relegated to the bench.

JohnTheBaptist
30 Jan 11, 14:56
If we had him in the first half, all those Maicon crosses would have been much more dangerous.
Well its a long season and Pazzo hunger is pretty big you know. :)

I am so happy when this kind of players show their true value in such games where class matters. Two shots, two goals. Excellent. As i mentioned before in the other thread, this debut is on level with the one of Recoba. Just showing the world what are u capable of.

snowforum180
30 Jan 11, 14:56
Great fucking Debut just amazing!

Ana Banana
30 Jan 11, 14:56
Grande, Pazzo! Amazing debut!

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 14:58
His first goal really got the team going!... GRANDE!

I loved JC's mock celebration as well haha

chipschups
30 Jan 11, 14:58
who's gonna say he overpriced now :lol:

blackmore
30 Jan 11, 15:01
great debut...he came on at a time that suited him best, when the team was bombing forward and needed it. not that we found out anything new about him cause we always knew he could score. now i wanna see how he does in a normal match.

anyway cant take anything away from him...great stuff pazzo!

Stefan
30 Jan 11, 15:02
Great debut, hopefully he continues like this. Great finisher.

Mark
30 Jan 11, 15:03
GRANDE PAZZINI!!!
this is a debut of dreams:D
Thank you for saving our asses today:)

chipschups
30 Jan 11, 15:07
great for leo too, put pazzini in second half,,
with his injury, it wont same if he played from first half,,

etoo+milito+pazzo = :thumbsup

Batman
30 Jan 11, 15:12
Pazzo inter amala!! great debut..congratzz.. :)

uny_arturo
30 Jan 11, 15:13
who's gonna say he overpriced now :lol:

Who said he's overpriced? 12M for an ITALIAN NT striker. Daylight robbery I'd say. Think about Darren Bent...
I was a bit skeptical with his competence as a CF (cos of his height). But he proved me wrong with his magnificient header today.

Besnik
30 Jan 11, 15:15
GRANDE PAZZO!! :proud:

Great debut with two huge important goals.. the right striker in the right time, yeahhhh!

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 15:15
The first 2 goals of his Inter Career!


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFE4Fc0JOt0


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5pxkvv6wWw

Suneet
30 Jan 11, 15:16
IMO soon will start over Milito. He's perfect for that role. Super finishes both, I have my doubts about the penalty though.

Mark
30 Jan 11, 15:17
great for leo too, put pazzini in second half,,
with his injury, it wont same if he played from first half,,

etoo+milito+pazzo = :thumbsup
We need more from Millito then what we saw from him today...he was poor as hell today:(

blackmore
30 Jan 11, 15:17
WHERES THE REPLAY OF THE DIVE SANDRO...??

:P :lol:

DARi0
30 Jan 11, 15:18
Now start wearing PAZZONE avatars, bitchezzzzzzzzzzz :D

Edward
30 Jan 11, 15:18
awesome, so clinical

his headed goal is so good. it's nice to have a striker who can score normal headers. we haven't had that since Ibra maybe

rain69
30 Jan 11, 15:20
We need more from Millito then what we saw from him today...he was poor as hell today:(

the only thing milito currently has going for him is his positioning.......
i dont understand where the militio of last year has gone.
looks like its gonna be eto-pazzini-castagnois

rain69
30 Jan 11, 15:22
awesome, so clinical

his headed goal is so good. it's nice to have a striker who can score normal headers. we haven't had that since Ibra maybe

i dont even think ibra was that good with his head given his height. but this guy il pazzo is a joy to heading balls. that second goal was a trully powerful header.

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 15:23
WHERES THE REPLAY OF THE DIVE SANDRO...??

:P :lol:

haha Well i actually don't think it was a dive so does that make me a Fanboy already? That has to be a record... lol

alvaro
30 Jan 11, 15:24
Even pandev would have scored from those.

Alessandro
30 Jan 11, 15:25
awesome, so clinical

his headed goal is so good. it's nice to have a striker who can score normal headers. we haven't had that since Ibra maybe

The last striker we had with amazing Header ability was Crespo... He was excellent in the air.

chipschups
30 Jan 11, 15:25
We need more from Millito then what we saw from him today...he was poor as hell today:(

agree with u,,
1st half is awful,,

but after pazzini come in,,
he's great to open space for pazzo,,
i think its clear for now, pazzo will be our main targetman alongside milito and etoo in left flank

La Brujita
30 Jan 11, 15:27
Those two finishes prove how clinical he is. The first one with his back to the goal, extremely difficult. And the second one running away from the defense and heading it perfectly into the net.



his headed goal is so good. it's nice to have a striker who can score normal headers. we haven't had that since Ibra maybe

Ibra is quite shit with his head considering his height. He always tried to do some acrobatic shit instead of heading it.

jmaster
30 Jan 11, 15:29
Grande Pazzini! What a fantastic debut for him!

Lionheart
30 Jan 11, 15:36
You can't ask for a better debut. This was already the ultimate shit:

You get 45 min. to play with your team already 2-0 down at home & with a moral down the toilette... You come in, score 2, get a penalty, make all the difference & your team wins.

JUST FUCKIN' INCREDIBLE!!!

P.S.: Sampdoria must feel like crap. They lose their both top strikers & take it in the ass with a 4-0 today against Napoli.

Mark
30 Jan 11, 15:36
agree with u,,
1st half is awful,,

but after pazzini come in,,
he's great to open space for pazzo,,
i think its clear for now, pazzo will be our main targetman alongside milito and etoo in left flank

I'm just waiting for Sneijders return. That will be scary to watch. Eto'o-Milito(in form)-Pazzo and behind them Sneijder.
That will be devastating for any team.
FORZA PAZZO:D

jmaster
30 Jan 11, 15:37
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QXAtwW8G4k

LOL at Julione doing Pazzo's celebration :lol:

Trippi
30 Jan 11, 15:38
Well he would surprise me if he keeps delivering those performance for a Big Club. But if he does it like that there would two fingers beneath the two eyes bitches. Two Fingers.

Luka
30 Jan 11, 15:38
Magnificent.

Alex de Large
30 Jan 11, 15:39
I would say since Crespone.

Sid
30 Jan 11, 15:42
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QXAtwW8G4k

LOL at Julione doing Pazzo's celebration :lol:

:lol::lol::lol: thanks for posting the vid jmaster...

Pazzini was incredible...FUCKING INCREDIBLE :proud::proud::proud:and he can keep his celebration :P

he and Maicon are going to do great stuff together...great stuff I'm telling you :cool:

Maslany
30 Jan 11, 15:42
Even pandev would have scored from those.

lmao