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    INTER WORLDMAP

    I wanted to waste my time at searching all the players that represented all the other countries of the World at Inter (players that played at least 5 games,not including the italians of course) and creating a sort of WorldMap of Inter here,hope you enjoy.

    ALGERIA
    Ishak Belfodil (2013)
    Saphir Taider (2013-2014)


    ARGENTINA
    Felix Demara (1931-1932)
    Attilio Demara (1931-1936,1938-1943)
    Alfredo De Vincenzi (1934-1935)
    Antonio Ferrara (1937-1939)
    Victor Jos Pozzo (1939-1940,1941-1942)
    Juan Landolfi (1941-1942)
    Alberto Cerioni (1946-1947)
    Elmo Bovio (1946-1947)
    Oscar Basso (1949-1950)
    Oscar Massei (1955-1958)
    Antonio Valentin Angelillo (1957-1961)
    Humberto Maschio (1962-1963)
    Daniel Passarella (1986-1988)
    Ramon Diaz (1988-1989)
    Javier Zanetti (1995-2014)
    Diego Pablo Simeone (1997-1999)
    Andres Guglielminpietro (2001-2003)
    Matias Almeyda (2002-2004)
    Nelson Vivas (2002-2003)
    Hernan Crespo (2002-2003,2006-2009)
    Kily Gonzalez (2003-2006)
    Julio Cruz (2003-2009)
    Gabriel Omar Batistuta (2004)
    Juan Sebastian Vern (2004-2006)
    Esteban Cambiasso (2004-2014)
    Nicholas Burdisso (2004-2009)
    Santiago Solari (2005-2008)
    Walter Samuel (2005-2014)
    Mariano Gonzalez (2006-2007)
    Diego Milito (2009-2014)
    Ricky Alvarez (2011-2014)
    Mauro Zrate (2011-2012)
    Rodrigo Palacio (2012-2017)
    Matias Silvestre (2012-2013)
    Juan Pablo Carrizo (2013-2017)
    Mauro Icardi (2013-)
    Hugo Campagnaro (2013-2015)
    Rubn Botta (2014)
    Ever Banega (2016-2017)
    Christian Ansaldi (2016-2017)


    AUSTRIA
    Antonio Powolny (1926-1927)
    Herbert Prohaska (1980-1982)


    BELGIUM
    Ludo Coeck (1983-1984)
    Vincenzo Scifo (1987-1988)
    Gaby Mudingayi (2012-2014)
    Zinho Vanheusden (2016-)


    BRAZIL
    Achille Gama (1909-1914)
    Jair Da Costa (1962-1967,1968-1972)
    Luis Vinicio (1966-1967)
    Juary (1982-1983)
    Roberto Carlos (1995-1996)
    Caio (1995-1996)
    Ze Elias (1997-1999)
    Luis Nazario Da Lima Ronaldo (1997-2002)
    Z Maria (2004-2006)
    Adriano Leite Ribeiro (2001-2002,2004-2009)
    Julio Csar (2005-2012)
    Csar Aparecido (2006-2008)
    Maxwell Scherrer Cabelino Andrade (2006-2009)
    Maicn Douglas (2006-2012)
    Amantino Mancini (2008-2009)
    Thiago Motta (2009-2012) (born in Brazil but choose the italian national team)
    Lcio (2009-2012)
    Philippe Coutinho (2010-2012)
    Jonathan Cicero Moreira (2011-2015)
    Juan Guilherme Nunes Jesus (2012-2016)
    Anderson Hernanes de Carvalho Viana Lima (2014-2015)
    Jos Rodolfo Pires Ribeiro Dod (2014-2016)
    Joo Miranda de Souza Filho (2015-)
    Felipe Melo Vicente de Carvalho (2015-2016)
    Alex Nicolao Telles (2015-2016)
    Gabriel Barbosa Almeida (2016-2017)
    Dalbert Henrique (2017-)

    CAMERUN
    Pierre Wom (2005-2006)
    Samuel Eto'o (2009-2011)


    CHILE
    Ivan Zamorano (1996-2001)
    David Pizarro (2004-2006)
    Luis Antonio Jimnez (2007-2009)
    Gary Medel (2014-2017)


    COLOMBIA
    Ivan Cordoba (2000-2012)
    Nelson Rivas (2007-2009)
    Fredy Guarin (2012-2016)
    Jeison Murillo (2015-2017)

    CTE D'IVOIRE
    Cyril Domoraud (1999-2000)
    Assane Gnoukouri (2015-2017)


    CROATIA
    Dario Simic (1999-2002)
    Marko Livaja (2012-2013)
    Mateo Kovačić (2013-2015)
    Marcelo Brozović (2015-)
    Ivan Perišić (2015-)


    DENMARK
    Harald Nielsen (1967-1968)
    Thomas Helveg (2003-2004)


    ENGLAND
    Gerry Hitchens (1961-1963)
    Paul Ince (1995-1997)


    FRANCE
    Antoine Bonifaci (1953-1955)
    Jocelyn Angloma (1996-1997)
    Youri Djorkaeff (1996-1999)
    Benoit Cauet (1997-2001)
    Ousmane Dabo (1998-1999)
    Mikael Silvestre (1998-1999)
    Sebastien Frey (1998-1999,2000-2001)
    Laurent Blanc (1999-2001)
    Stephane Dalmat (2001-2003)
    Jrmie Brchet (2003-2004)
    Sabri Lamouchi (2003-2004)
    Olivier Dacourt (2006-2009)
    Patrick Vieira (2006-2010)
    Jonathan Biabiany (2010 - 2015-2017)
    Yann M'Vila (2014-2015)
    Geoffrey Kondogbia (2015-2017)
    Yann Karamoh (2017-)


    GERMANY
    Horst Szymaniak (1963-1964)
    Hansi Mller (1982-1984)
    Karl Heinz Rummenigge (1984-1987)
    Andreas Brehme (1988-1992)
    Lothar Matthus (1988-1992)
    Jurgen Klinsmann (1989-1992)
    Mattias Sammer (1992-1993)
    Lukas Podolski (2015)


    GHANA
    Sulley Muntari (2008-2011)
    Isaac Donkor (2012-2015)


    GREECE
    Grigorios Georgatos (1999-2000,2001-2002)
    Giorgios Karagounis (2003-2005)


    KENYA
    McDonald Mariga (2010-2011)


    HOLLAND
    Faas Wilkes (1949-1952)
    Dennis Bergkamp (1993-1995)
    Wim Jonk (1993-1995)
    Aaron Winter (1996-1999)
    Clarence Seedorf (1999-2002)
    Andy van der Meyde (2003-2005)
    Edgar Davids (2004-2005)
    Wesley Sneijder (2009-2012)
    Luk Castaignos (2011-2012)


    HONDURAS
    David Suazo (2007-2008,2009-2011)


    HUNGARY
    Harpad Weisz (1925-1926)
    Enrico Schoenfeld (1925-1926)
    Istvn Nyers (1948-1954)


    IRELAND
    Liam Brady (1984-1986)
    Robbie Keane (1999)


    JAPAN
    Yuto Nagatomo (2011-)


    MACEDONIA
    Darko Pančev (1992-1994,1994-1995)
    Goran Pandev (2010-2011)


    MONTENEGRO
    Stevan Jovetić (2015-2016)


    MOROCCO
    Housseine Kharja (2011)


    NIGERIA
    Nwanwko Kanu (1996-1998)
    Taribo West (1997-1999)
    Obafemi Martins (2002-2006)
    Victor Obinna (2008-2009)
    Joel Obi (2009-2013 2014-2015)


    PARAGUAY
    Giulio Bavastro (1913-1915)
    Carlos Gamarra (2002-2005)


    PERU'
    Victor Benitez (1967-1968)


    PORTUGAL
    Paulo Sousa (1998-1999)
    Sergio Conceicao (2001-2003)
    Lus Figo (2005-2009)
    Pel (2007-2008)
    Maniche (2008)
    Ricardo Quaresma (2008,2009-2010)
    Rolando (2013-2014)
    Joo Mrio (2016-)
    Joo Cancelo (2017-)

    ROMANIA
    Nicolae Simatoc (1947-1949)
    Adrian Mutu (1999-2000)
    Christian Chivu (2007-2014)
    George Puscas (2014-2015)


    RUSSIA
    Igor' Šalimov (1992-1994)


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    Ibrahima Mbaye (2014-2015)


    SERBIA
    Vladimir Jugovic (1999-2001)
    Siniša Mihajlović (2004-2006)
    Dejan Stanković (2004-2013)
    Zdravko Kuzmanović (2013-2015)
    Nemanja Vidić (2014-2016)
    Adem Ljajić (2015-2016)

    SIERRA LEONE
    Mohamed Kallon (1997,2001-2004)


    SLOVAKIA
    Vratislav Greško (2000-2002)
    Milan Skriniar (2017-)


    SLOVENIA
    Ren Khrin (2009-2010 - 2014-2015)
    Samir Handanović (2012-)


    SOUTH AFRICA
    Edwing Firmani (1958-1961)


    SPAIN
    Luis Surez Miramontes (1961-1970)
    Joaquin Peir (1964-1966)
    Francisco Farins (2000-2005)
    Borja Valero Iglesias (2017-)


    SWEDEN
    Lennart Skoglund (1950-1959)
    Bendt Lindskog (1958-1961)
    Zlatan Ibrahimović (2006-2009)


    SWITZERLAND
    Ernest Peterly I (1909-1911,1912-1914)
    Alfred Peterly II (1909-1914)
    Carlo Streit (1909-1911)
    Alfredo Zoller (1909-1911)
    Oscar Engler (1909-1915)
    Bernard Schuler (1909-1911)
    Henry Muller (1909-1910)
    Max Winter (1910-1911)
    Paillard (1911-1912)
    Felice Martinelli (1921-1922)
    Roger Vonlanthen (1955-1957)
    Ciriaco Sforza (1996-1997)
    Xherdan Shaqiri (2015)


    TURKEY
    Hakan Sukur (2000-2001)
    Emre Belozoglu (2001-2004)
    Okan Boruk (2001-2004)


    URUGUAY
    Hector Scarone (1931-1932)
    Francisco Frione (1932-1935)
    Ricardo Faccio (1933-1936)
    Ernesto Mascheroni (1934-1936)
    Roberto Porta (1934-1936)
    Bibiano Zapirain (1946-1948)
    Rubn Sosa Ardaiz (1992-1995)
    Alvaro Recoba (1997-2007)
    Gonzalo Sorondo (2001-2003)
    Diego Forlan (2011-2012)
    Walter Gargano (2012-2013)
    Alvaro Pereira (2012-2013)
    Matias Vecino (2017-)

    Of course this will be updated in the next months/years
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    that is definately useful, great job

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    Darko Pancev, Macedonia? He played 19 games for inter
    Goran Pandev, Macedonia?

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    about 100 of these non-Italian players were brought in by Massimo Moratti

    Quote Originally Posted by Black&Blue View Post
    I wanted to waste my time at searching all the players that represented all the other countries of the World at Inter (players that played at least 5 games,not including the italians of course) and creating a sort of WorldMap of Inter here,hope you enjoy.


    ARGENTINA
    Javier Zanetti (1995-)
    Diego Simeone (1997-1999)
    Andres Guglielminpietro (2001-2003)
    Matias Almeyda (2002-2004)
    Nelson Vivas (2002-2003)
    Hernan Crespo (2002-2003,2006-2009)
    Kily Gonzalez (2003-2006)
    Julio Cruz (2003-2009)
    Gabriel Omar Batistuta (2004)
    Juan Sebastian Vern (2004-2006)
    Esteban Cambiasso (2004-)
    Nicholas Burdisso (2004-2009)
    Santiago Solari (2005-2008)
    Walter Samuel (2005-)
    Mariano Gonzalez (2006-2007)
    Diego Milito (2009-)
    Ricky Alvarez (2011-)
    Mauro Zrate (2011-)

    BRAZIL
    Roberto Carlos (1995-1996)
    Caio (1995-1996)
    Ze Elias (1997-1999)
    Luis Nazario Da Lima Ronaldo (1997-2002)
    Z Maria (2004-2006)
    Adriano Leite Ribeiro (2001-2002,2004-2009)
    Julio Csar (2005-)
    Csar Aparecido (2006-2008)
    Maxwell (2006-2009)
    Maicn Douglas (2006-)
    Mancini (2008-2009)
    Lcio (2009-)
    Philippe Coutinho (2010-)

    CAMERUN
    Pierre Wom (2005-2006)
    Samuel Eto'o (2009-2011)

    DENMARK
    Thomas Helveg (2003-2004)

    CHILE
    Ivan Zamorano (1996-2001)
    David Pizarro (2004-2006)
    Luis Antonio Jimnez (2007-2009)

    COLOMBIA
    Ivan Cordoba (2000-)
    Nelson Rivas (2007-2009)

    CTE D'IVOIRE
    Cyril Domoraud (1999-2000)

    CROATIA
    Dario Simic (1999-2002)

    ENGLAND
    Paul Ince (1995-1997)

    FRANCE
    Jocelyn Angloma (1996-1997)
    Youri Djorkaeff (1996-1999)
    Benoit Cauet (1997-2001)
    Ousmane Dabo (1998-1999)
    Mikael Silvestre (1998-1999)
    Sebastien Frey (1998-1999,2000-2001)
    Laurent Blanc (1999-2001)
    Stephane Dalmat (2001-2003)
    Jrmie Brchet (2003-2004)
    Sabri Lamouchi (2003-2004)
    Olivier Dacourt (2006-2009)
    Patrick Vieira (2006-2010)
    Jonathan Biabiany (2010)

    GHANA
    Sulley Muntari (2008-2011)

    GREECE
    Grigorios Georgatos (1999-2000,2001-2002)
    Giorgios Karagounis (2003-2005)

    KENYA
    McDonald Mariga (2010-2011)

    HOLLAND
    Aaron Winter (1996-1999)
    Clarence Seedorf (1999-2002)
    Andy van der Meyde (2003-2005)
    Edgar Davids (2004-2005)
    Wesley Sneijder (2009-)
    Luk Castaignos (2011-)

    HONDURAS
    David Suazo (2007-2008,2009-2011)

    IRELAND
    Robbie Keane (1999)

    JAPAN
    Yuto Nagatomo (2011-)

    MACEDONIA
    Goran Pandev (2010-2011)

    MOROCCO
    Housseine Kharja (2011)

    NIGERIA
    Nwanwko Kanu (1996-1998)
    Taribo West (1997-1999)
    Obafemi Martins (2002-2006)
    Joel Obi (2009-)

    PARAGUAY
    Carlos Gamarra (2002-2005)

    PORTUGAL
    Paulo Sousa (1998-1999)
    Sergio Conceicao (2001-2003)
    Lus Figo (2005-2009)
    Pel (2007-2008)
    Maniche (2008)
    Ricardo Quaresma (2008,2009-2010)

    ROMANIA
    Adrian Mutu (1999-2000)
    Christian Chivu (2007-)

    SERBIA
    Vladimir Jugovic (1999-2001)
    Siniša Mihajlović (2004-2006)
    Dejan Stanković (2004-)

    SIERRA LEONE
    Mohamed Kallon (1997,2001-2004)

    SLOVAKIA
    Vratislav Greško (2000-2002)
    Juraj Kuca (2012-)

    SPAIN
    Francisco Farins (2000-2005)

    SWEDEN
    Zlatan Ibrahimovic (2006-2009)

    SWITZERLAND
    Ciriaco Sforza (1996-1997)

    TURKEY
    Hakan Sukur (2000-2001)
    Emre Belozoglu (2001-2004)
    Okan Boruk (2001-2004)

    URUGUAY
    Alvaro Recoba (1997-2007)
    Diego Forlan (2011-)

    Quote Originally Posted by Me2 View Post
    Darko Pancev, Macedonia? He played 19 games for inter
    Goran Pandev, Macedonia?
    Darko Pancev = WORST INTER PLAYER EVER
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    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    Cambiasso & Walter Samuel deserve a star, why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qb4ever_2k View Post
    Cambiasso & Walter Samuel deserve a star, why not?
    I think they are great, but a star is pretty special but hey, i'll give em one !
    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interista 4 Ever View Post
    I think they are great, but a star is pretty special but hey, i'll give em one !
    You weren't sure about giving Cambiasso a star?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergpavian View Post
    You weren't sure about giving Cambiasso a star?!
    he's great but c'mon he's no Ronaldo or Djorkaeff ?
    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    Yeah, unlike them he helped our team on a pretty high level for many, many years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergpavian View Post
    Yeah, unlike them he helped our team on a pretty high level for many, many years.
    your right, but as individuals they were just awesome to watch
    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    True. But if I had the choose which one of them is/was the greatest player in an Inter jersey ... easy: Cambiasso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergpavian View Post
    True. But if I had the choose which one of them is/was the greatest player in an Inter jersey ... easy: Cambiasso.
    Big call dude, yeah Cambiasso has been great for us with all our recent success but hey, Ronaldo was a God on the pitch !

    I'm talking about the individual here !
    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    Putting a for Pele is hard. That youngster was pretty promising, but our mangement desperately wanted Q7

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    Quote Originally Posted by German_Interista View Post
    Putting a for Pele is hard. That youngster was pretty promising, but our mangement desperately wanted Q7
    sometimes life can just be so unfair
    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interista 4 Ever View Post
    Big call dude, yeah Cambiasso has been great for us with all our recent success but hey, Ronaldo was a God on the pitch !

    I'm talking about the individual here !
    Cambiasso have been one of the greatest midfielders in the Serie A for years. I somewhere read once that he's the heartbeat of our game and that was true.

    Ronaldo just had one amazing and one good season with us.

    So why is the individuall performance of Ronaldo better than Cambiassos? It's like saying Adriano is the greater Inter striker than Boninsegna.

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    I think that Maxwell (the first 2 years) used to be the best left back since Andy Brehme,so I disagree with you Interista 4 Ever.
    Roberto Carlos did a good year with us but wasn't already that star that explosed at Real Madrid (fucking Roy Hodgson)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergpavian View Post
    Cambiasso have been one of the greatest midfielders in the Serie A for years. I somewhere read once that he's the heartbeat of our game and that was true.

    Ronaldo just had one amazing and one good season with us.

    So why is the individuall performance of Ronaldo better than Cambiassos? It's like saying Adriano is the greater Inter striker than Boninsegna.
    I'm talking about individuals dude ! Imagine Ronaldo did'nt suffer that heart breaking knee injury ? he was never the same after that !

    ---------- Post added at 23:28 ---------- Previous post was at 23:26 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Black&Blue View Post
    I think that Maxwell (the first 2 years) used to be the best left back since Andy Brehme,so I disagree with you Interista 4 Ever.
    Roberto Carlos did a good year with us but wasn't already that star that explosed at Real Madrid (fucking Roy Hodgson)
    Carlos was a BOSS even at a young age in that one year he had with us. I just could'nt believe he was sold after that probably a bit stiff on Maxwell, but his form dipped !
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    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interista 4 Ever View Post
    I'm talking about individuals dude ! Imagine Ronaldo did'nt suffer that heart breaking knee injury ? he was never the same after that !
    I was a great football player by myself. Imagine I haven't stopped playing at the age of 6 ... I am sure I would have become an Inter legend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Interista 4 Ever View Post
    Carlos was a BOSS even at a young age in that one year he had with us. I just could'nt believe he was sold after that
    It was Roy incredible fault (becouse for him he was lame at defending)...but I blame Moratti for saying yes to him. The year that RC6 we sold Dennis Bergkamp too (although he was pretty disappointing cosidering his talent,he had no balls or a strong character,but after all he won almost alone that Uefa Cup in 1994)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergpavian View Post
    I was a great football player by myself. Imagine I haven't stopped playing at the age of 6 ... I am sure I would have become an Inter legend.


    ---------- Post added at 23:42 ---------- Previous post was at 23:39 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Black&Blue View Post
    It was Roy incredible fault (becouse for him he was lame at defending)...but I blame Moratti for saying yes to him. The year that RC6 we sold Dennis Bergkamp too (although he was pretty disappointing cosidering his talent,he had no balls or a strong character,but after all he won almost alone that Uefa Cup in 1994)
    Name one Brazilian that defends and never goes forward

    Dennis Bergkamp was a pussy. he shit himself from defenders in the Serie A.
    INTERISTA 4 EVER

    I dont think the formation model counts, its all about the principles and the attitude" - Stefano Pioli

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