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  • 10 - Will be one of the absolutely best players in the history of the game (think Meazza, Matheus)

    3 4.48%
  • 9 - Will be one of the club legends, and become one of the best players in the world of their era

    13 19.40%
  • 8 - A player of very good quality, who will add much to the team, one of the best in the nation

    31 46.27%
  • 7 - Good player, a valuble asset of a team, one of the 10-15 best on his position in the country

    12 17.91%
  • 6 - Above average player, who will be useful, but will never be a key player for a team

    3 4.48%
  • 5 - Completely average player

    0 0%
  • 4 - Below average, not a disaster, but would be better if we didn't sign him in the first place

    0 0%
  • 3 - Anonymous player who will never be remembered through the fact nobody expected anything from him

    0 0%
  • 2 - Close to a useless player, who will add nothing to the team besides filling the CL quota

    0 0%
  • 1 - Crap, shit, useless player, worst buisness ever, Mancini, Quaresma and Gresko combined

    5 7.46%
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Thread: Milan Škriniar

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    Would be nice if our wb can beat their man allowing our defensive line to push higher and stop attacks at the root, not just back peddling to contain advancing pacey players. Back 3 or 2, that's usually no man's land for most defenders.

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    From his home, Milan Skriniar was on video to answer the Nerazzuri fans' many questions. It was a long chat in which the Nerazzurri defender reiterated two fundamental messages: “We must stay at home and we can all participate in the fundraising for the Sacco Hospital.”

    “This is a tough time for everyone, but we must all fight together, #TogetherAsATeam. We all miss football, both the players and the fans miss it. However, when all of this is over, it will make it even nicer to go back to training and playing in front of our crowds. Difficult situations do this, they force you to be more united. Fighting this virus is the most important thing for now. Of course, we’re used to going to Appiano Gentile to train every day and now we’re locked in, it’s a new situation, but we must do it, everyone has to.”

    The fans are curious about how the players spend their days: “We have some recommendations from the staff, so we follow them carefully to train and stay fit, but obviously it isn’t easy. When I’m not doing that, I’m with my girlfriend and our dogs, we watch TV and play darts. In the evening, I hear people singing from the balcony: it’s beautiful and very emotional.”

    The Nerazzurri group is very united, both on and off the field as Skriniar explains: “We spend a lot of time together, even after training. I get along well with everyone, but if I had to choose one, I’d say Bastoni. Handanovic? He’s an incredible professional, a great captain and a top bloke.”

    Skriniar has also had the honour of wearing the captain’s armband, against Udinese: “It was a great feeling; wearing the captain’s armband give you a lot of responsibility, it encourages you to give even more and to do your best.”

    The fans also asked Skriniar to retrace his early career: “I used to play for a team in Slovakia, and every once in a while I would play with the first team. It was a cool feeling to train with the older guys, I was only 16 and had a lot to learn. My professional debut came when I was 17: it was in the Slovakian league and I played all 90 minutes, it finished 0-0. What position was I? Well, back then it was a bit different, I was a midfielder.”

    “Why do I wear the no.37 shirt? In Slovakia I wore no.3, and I also liked 17 but when I arrived at Sampdoria they were both taken. So, I decided to mix the two and made 37, now it’s my number and I like it!” It only took that spell at Sampdoria before he catapulted into the Inter squad: “As soon as I heard rumours during the U21 European Championship I was flattered. Accepting Inter was an easy choice and I didn’t have to think twice about it. Everything here is great, from the training ground to everything else, but the most exciting thing is playing at San Siro in front of all our fans because it’s always full.”

    A bit of history for Skriniar: “If I had to choose one Nerazzurri defender who I’ve always admired, I’d say Walter Samuel: he was strong and always made the difference. My favourite player? Without doubt Ronaldo, El Fenomeno, I adored him and he was my idol. Today there are some great attackers like Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Mbappé. In the #DerbyMilano it was great to face up against Ibrahimovic, who has great experience. Who are the defenders I like? I’d say Sergio Ramos, he’s been a great leader for many years, Van Dijk and Koulibaly.”

    He also gave some advice for all Nerazzurri fans: “To reach your goals you have to work every day to improve. Hard work is the key, as well as making the sacrifices that this life entails, such as staying away from friends and family. But it’s all part of the game.”

    Finally, he concluded with a heartfelt message to everyone: “Let’s stay and home and donate: just go to Inter’s Facebook page to make a donation.”

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    Samuel and Skriniar, what a defence that would be.

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    Inter defender Milan Skriniar has been awarded Footballer of the Year in Slovakia and joked that he hopes Marek Hamsik “isn’t angry with me”.

    Due to the Coronavirus outbreak in Europe, the 20th edition of the award ceremony couldn’t be arranged like it normally would.

    But the Slovakian FA still handed out the award in collaboration with the newspaper Pravda, counting the votes from the coaches and sports journalists.

    “I’m sorry that this year the award ceremony can’t be held like every year,” he told the newspaper Pravda. “But in this period, it’s not possible and it’s quite reasonable.

    “Obviously, I was very happy with the prize and I’m happy and grateful towards the people who voted for me.

    “Even the people who support me, whether it’s my family or my fans. I think Stanislav Lobotka told me last year, that someone else could only win the award when Marek Hamsik goes to China. So, I hope he’s not angry with me.

    “I would like to tell people to be responsible in this period, let’s stay at home, take care of ourselves. Now, the health is the most important thing for all of us.

    “Only in this way, we can go back to playing football and have fun.”

    Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka arrived second and Marek Hamsik took third place, whilst the award for best Under-21 was handed to Feyenoord youngster Robert Bozenik.

    Slovan Bratislava’s Jan Kozak won the award for best coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Materazzi_23 View Post
    Samuel and Skriniar, what a defence that would be.
    I don't think it would be balanced. You need a Lucio for a Samuel
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    It does. It has a lot of quality. I would say even Serie B has a lot of quality. Professional footballers really know how to play the game.
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    6 Italian sides in Europe. 1 win, 2 draw, 3 losses

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    I would have thought Lucio played more similarly to Skriniar than Samuel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dylan View Post
    I would have thought Lucio played more similarly to Skriniar than Samuel.
    Lucio wasn't called the wall was he :p
    Quote Originally Posted by wera View Post
    It does. It has a lot of quality. I would say even Serie B has a lot of quality. Professional footballers really know how to play the game.
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    6 Italian sides in Europe. 1 win, 2 draw, 3 losses

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