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    he's playing in the final of euro under 17 against the netherlands. the match started around 20 minutes ago, streaming on uefa's youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBYr4pIfSOs
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    Netherland player running arround chasing the ball and italy only standing still with error basic ball control, passing etc

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    lol i even regret linking the stream.
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    Our boy Esposito fucked a chance up

    Edit: Milanista boy Colombo scores
    “A good performance, I don’t know if we are talking about one point gained or two points lost. But the team did what it had to do."
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    What a sad news. RIP.

    Any news about the cause?
    Forza Inter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    What a sad news. RIP.

    Any news about the cause?
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    Dug a bit more. Apparently Italian sources just say "a long illness" and nothing more. Only that it caused him to give up football.
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    won 3-0 vs Roma U19
    Esposito got a brace!


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    https://streamable.com/kbl69 - Inter Primavera 3-0 Roma Primavera - Sebastiano Esposito (pen) 90'
    https://streamable.com/geawd - Inter Primavera 2-0 Roma Primavera - Sebastiano Esposito 80'
    https://streamable.com/ktomo - Inter Primavera 1-0 Roma Primavera - Facundo Colidio (pen) 23'
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    U17 99th minute (hopefully the winner) was just scored 3-2 vs Juve

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    edit: U16 NOT 17
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    PRIMAVERA SCUDETTO SHOWDOWN!

    20:30 CET vs Atalanta

    INTER:*1 Dekic; 22 Zappa, 4 Nolan (C), 6 Rizzo; 7 Persyn, 8 Gavioli, 5 Pompetti, 14 Schiṛ, 3 Corrado; 11 Salcedo, 18 Colidio

    ATALANTA:*1 Ndiaye, 5 Okoli Memeh, 7 Peli, 9 Piccoli, 10 Kulusevski, 11 Cambiaghi, 16 Brogni, 18 Heidenreich, 20 Da Riva, 23 Zortea (C), 26 Ta Bi

    Forza Inter!

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    Your link fixed: https://www.sportitalia.com/it-int/playerpage/55309

    It might be geoblocked in some areas though.
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    This Colidio kid is overrated. I was wondering why Cagliari didn’t want him as part of the deal for Barella.
    No one seems to rate him. Average at best.

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    1-0 late 84' goal to Atalanta.

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    Three scudetti in-a-row would have been impressive (a record for the Campionato Primavera) and congratulations go to Atalanta for a well-deserved title, but it won't be a defeat in the league final to stop the train/production of plusvalenze.

    Everyone is still profitable and most of all fully expendable (Esposito aside - let's not mess around with our scugnizzo).

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    I rate Pompetti quite high as well. Not sure on the rest as I haven't followed them closely.

    Will be watching a lot more in the next season I guess as the Primavera and even the girls team are the ones that will remind me more of what Inter is than the first team...
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    I generalized for dramatic purpose but, based on glimpses, I agree about Pompetti in regia, and it goes back to his last season.

    I also blame my subconscious, because his hesitation/wrong choice that led to Atalanta's goal was "bloody", or "sanguinosa" as we say.

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    What’s that guys name that we got from Siena last year I think?? Was supposed to be next best thing..playmaker or smthng

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    Quote Originally Posted by InterFCAustin View Post
    What’s that guys name that we got from Siena last year I think?? Was supposed to be next best thing..playmaker or smthng
    Samuele Mulattieri. From Spezia.
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    It's a pity we lost, but to be honest Atalanta were long overdue for a scudetto Primavera considering they've been the best side in Italy for a few years now. It was a close final though, and we had our fair share of chances to win it once again. Fair play to them.

    It's a bit ironic that the goal stemmed from a mistake committed by Pompetti, who was arguably our best player throughout the season. Aside from that little hiccup, the left-footed regista showed great improvements with regards to defensive contribution. He's no longer afraid to tackle opponents or to get fouled by them, and that will benefit him when he turns pro. Talking about midfielders, I'd also like to mention (fanta)Schiṛ* among the players who impressed me the most this year. At first, I was quite "meh" about him, but then he finally found his position on the pitch (probably one of the few good things Madonna did during his disappointing first - but, alas, not last - season as Inter coach) and his performances improved dramatically.

    Moving on to the defence, I think they were OK overall, especially considering they were the least individually talented bunch of players we've had in years. Nolan and Zappa contributed with their experience and leadership, but players like Bettella and Valietti (not to mention Zinho) were simply in another league compared to them. As for Dekic, he's an exceptional penalty saver (5 out of the last 5 if I'm not mistaken), but he really needs to work on his technique against long shots, because he showed a worrisome tendency to drop the ball just in front of the goal which cost us several of points during the season.

    Lastly, the attack. Here we find the biggest flop and the biggest revelation of the season. The former is Mulattieri, who was supposed to replicate (to some extent, at least) the exploits of Zaniolo, but just never clicked. Maybe he had problems settling in, I don't know, but he was very disappointing. The latter is, of course, our wonderboy Esposito. There is very little to say about him: the guy is the most talented prospect Italian football has produced in years and we should better not fuck up his development. All our forwards did their bit, even though it seems to me that our front line is always overcrowded, which isn't a bad thing per se (the more talent, the better), but ultimately ends up limiting the playing time each of its members gets to get. Salcedo is a bit inconsistent and moody, but he has unquestionable talent and will come out good. Colidio, however, was expected to do much better in his second Italian season. Some fans are a bit harsh on him, but imo they tend to overlook the fact that he arrived from Argentina a classic CF and was immediately converted into a LWF "a tutta fascia", much like Eto'o during the triplete season. Of course he's bound to lose his cool in front of goal having to run up and down the flank for 90 minutes every game. Adorante and Merola did well, getting good numbers despite the limited playing time they got.

    As for Madonna, he lost everything there was to lose, and a lot of people (well, those who watch Primavera football, at least) are now calling for his head. I, however, have always believed that youth coaches shouldn't be judged on results, but rather on how they developed the players at their disposal. And that's where he fell short. Apart from the aforementioned improvements showed by a few players, the rest of them remained pretty much the same they were when he took over. Also, we play like shit. Seriously. Even worse than we did under Vecchi (I wasn't particularly fond of him either, and I was not at all surprised to see him fail at Venezia without the best roster in the league to make up for his tactical limitations).

    Anyway, for most of these guys it's now time to leave the comforts of Interello and start making their way into the treacherous world of pro football. Even though the vast majority of them will never wear the black-and-blue shirt again, I wish them all good luck (so long as they never join juve and milan, of course).

    * very lame pun that can only be understood by those who grew up in Italy in the 90s/early 2000s


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