10 - Will be one of the absolutely best players in the history of the game (think Meazza, Matheus)
9 - Will be one of the club legends, and become one of the best players in the world of their era
8 - A player of very good quality, who will add much to the team, one of the best nationalwise
7 - Good player, a valuble asset of a team, one of the 10-15 best on his position in the country
6 - Above average player, who will be usefull, but will never be a key player for a team
5 - Completely average player
4 - Below average, not a disaster, but would be better if we didn't sign him in the first place
3 - Anonymous player who will never be remembered through the fact nobody expected anything from him
2 - Close to a useless player, who will add nothing to the team besides filling the CL quota
1 - Crap, shit, useless player, worst buisness ever, Mancini, Quaresma and Gresko combined
What was up with his celebration btw, or lack of it? He was the same when he scored his first goal.
We are not now that strength which in old days
Moved earth and heaven; that which we are, we are;
One equal temper of heroic hearts,
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.
maybe he's pissed off after being shit on for 18 months? He'd be entitled to be, too. But if he keeps playing the way he has been, everyone's gonna love him
It looked like he wanted to run to the bench for some reason. Teammates tackled him though as they should have because they know how much the goal really meant to him and how much he's been through this season alone.
My initial explanation was that he didn't quite get he actually scored
Inter is an artistic venture, almost poetic. It is capable of provoking immense, unreachable joy and bitter disappointment. It’s never done by half-measures.
For me, Inter is the opening to new worlds and courage. It’s a strong passion, a marvellous illness. You can put up with the weaknesses and admire the courage, the same way you would with a son.— Massimo Moratti
"Last person I called "Darling" was pregnant 20 seconds later!" Lord Flashheart.
1. Kondogbia was crap in that match;Inter midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia admits it was a “humiliation” when Frank de Boer substituted him after 27 minutes.
The French midfielder started against Bologna in Week 6, but was hauled off after less than half an hour by the Dutch Coach, who was sacked after 14 games.
“Being substituted against Bologna after 27 minutes was a bit of a humiliation,” Kondogbia admitted in an interview with BeIn Sport France.
“But above all I didn’t like De Boer’s words after the game. Something had broken between us. I think it was a lesson for me.
“If he’d stayed I might have left. When [Stefano] Pioli arrived he told me it was inconceivable that a player like me could end up in a situation like this.
“He gave me a bit of trust and it paid off, it’s gone much better.”
2. Subbing him off before the break looked ballsy from the outside, but exposed him way too much and may have cost Frank the players' trust.