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    2014/2015 Serie A Fixtures

    Like last season, we will track our loans/co-ownerships/etc for the coming year. I will also include players we own buy-back rights on (i.e. Benedetti)

    Currently we have:

    Lorenzo Crisetig - Cagliari (2 year loan)
    Samuele Longo - Cagliari (2 year loan)
    Simone Benedetti - Cagliari (buyback)
    Cristiano Biraghi - Chievo (2 year loan)
    Francesco Bardi - Chievo (loan)
    Marco Benassi - Torino (co-ownership! Last ever one!)
    Alfred Duncan - Sampdoria (2 year loan)


    Information taken from: here
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    can an admin move these 3 threads into the loaned players?

    have i missed anyone?

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    does anyone know if those loans have option to buy?

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    Some are, some arent

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    you can basically assume any 2 year loan is with option to purchase + counteroption.

    bardi is definitely not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inter7 View Post
    does anyone know if those loans have option to buy?
    http://forzainterforums.com/showthre...cial-Transfers

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    Garritano with Cesena Played in the second half vs Parma. Laxalt with Empoli. Bianchetti moved there as well, dunno if he's still ours.

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    Cristeg also played for Cagliari.

    He was rated very good for the u21s this week as well.

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    This was a great all around week for our youth players.

    Duncan - Created the second goal for Samp against Parma. Also created a one on one for himself through a clever dribble.

    Benassi - Goal

    Crisiteg - Good game.

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    didn't know where else to put this. FCIN review of our loanees last week:

    SERIE A

    4. Cristiano Biraghi (Cernusco sul Naviglio, September 1, 1992)

    Match: Chievo Verona - Hellas Verona 2-2 (9 'Paloschi 40' Pellissier, 20 'Juanito 26' Toni)

    Comment: Excellent for reappointment Biraghi who exploited very well the opportunity last week to San Siro and was then repeated in the delicate derby against Hellas Verona. The result is a game orderly and attentive, in which Biraghi covers well and you also see in the restart. Noteworthy also its ballistic qualities as - after having hit the crossbar against Inter - almost replica of punishment, with the shot that ends up very slightly above the wooden door.

    25. Francesco Bardi (Livorno, January 18, 1992)

    Match: Chievo Verona - Hellas Verona 2-2 (9 'Paloschi 40' Pellissier, 20 'Juanito 26' Toni)

    Comment: Not used.

    9. Samuele Longo (Valdobbiadene, January 12, 1992)

    Match: Juventus - Cagliari 1-1 (44 'Pogba, 85' Rossettini)

    Comment: Only thirteen minutes on the pitch to Longo, those desperate assault of Cagliari to the door of Storari. Door weight in attack in place of a Cop impalpable, but does not produce actions worthy of note.

    4. Lorenzo Crisetig (Cividale del Friuli, January 20, 1993)

    Match: Juventus - Cagliari 1-1 (44 'Pogba, 85' Rossettini)

    Comment: After a series of benches and the good performance last week, Crisetig suffer much physical midfield Juventus Campione d'Italy and fails to give continuity to its progress, failing to provide the usual dose of geometry to the team.

    94. Marco Benassi (Modena, September 8, 1994)

    Match: Genoa - Torino 5-1 (18 'Falqué 69' Tino Costa 87 'Bertolacci90' (+2) Pavoletti 90 '(+5) Tino Costa 61' El Kaddouri (

    Comment: What embarked for Turin! To be honest Benassi does not play a game so bad, because good intentions are all there. However it is missing concreteness. Struggled to find the position and help the attack, ends up being replaced so minutes left.

    SERIE B

    22. Raffaele Di Gennaro (Saronno, October 3, 1993)

    Match: Latin - Bari 2-0 (11 'Brosco 90' (+1) Oduamadi)

    Comment: Di Gennaro is simply unsurpassed. The '93 class goalkeeper is still one of the best elements of the season Inter and also against Bari is impeccable, both in goal and in the outputs. Happy note the season of Latin and - indirectly - also Inter located in a house keeper ready for an experience in Serie A and then - why not? - Ready to play for the club with which he won the NextGen Series.

    18. Niccolo Belloni (Massa Carrara, July 10, 1994)

    Match: Ternana - Pro Vercelli 0-1 (30 'Scavone)

    Comment: Not used.

    23. Daniel Bessa (San Paolo, Jan. 14, 1993)

    Match: Bologna - Avellino 1-1 (54 'Buchel, 35' Sbaffo)

    Comment: It is not an easy time in Bologna home. Diego Lopez has just given dismissed and in its place came Delio Rossi, but the situation does not change as the Bolognese can only match against Avellino, also because of several errors sills. Bessa enters in the last fifteen minutes of the race and can not do much, if not try to give consistency to the maneuver rossoblu, without result.

    38. Luca Garritano (Cosenza, February 11, 1994)

    Match: Trapani - Modena 3-0 (20 'Ciaramitaro 28' Curiale 78 'Scozzarella)

    Comment: Start on the bench, but when the game bag is put in place to reverse the situation. Garritano is trying in every way, even touching the goal, making more than one occasion very dangerous, but in the end must yield to clear defeat remedied by Modena.

    5. Matteo Bianchetti (Como, March 17, 1993)

    Match: Spezia - Vicenza 0-0

    Comment: Challenge on the top floors of the standings for Bianchetti who - along with his companions manage to keep up the attack of Vicenza and to come out unscathed from the game ended goalless. Bianchetti is attentive and quick in every close, although in the second half rearguard dances a bit 'but - in the end - the exam is passed.

    PRIMERA DIVISION (SPAIN)

    21. Rene Krhin (Maribor, 21 May 1990)

    Match: Granada - Cordoba 2-0 (45 'Mainz - 69' El Arab)

    Comment: Yet another from holder for René Krhin and yet another defeat of Cordoba that now has already accepted his fate in Segunda Liga. The Spanish team even ends in 9, due to a double expulsion - already the thirtieth of the first half, with red Inigo Lopez - condemns Cordoba. Krhin plays with his usual grit in the middle of the field, uprooting balloons, but the situation of Cordoba is now compromised and the return in Italy is getting closer.

    TYPICAL BUNDESLIGA

    23. Lukas Spendlhofer (Neunkirchen, June 2, 1993)

    Match: Austria Vienna - Sturm Graz 0-0

    Comment: after the experiment on the right wing, Spendlhofer back to playing by the central and helps her to not concede goals. A player who seems to have found its size in the Austrian league.
    their review of crisetig's performance vs juve is surprising, though y&h did warn us that he disagreed with a lot of the generic review sites.

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