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    Can we beg to FIFA to convert , lets say 30 crosses per game into 1 goal?


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    Probably won't watch this
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    Gave Rube a run for their money, beat Napoli, can't beat anyone anymore in 2019
    Same players... You know that they are some kind of mentally retarded children
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoramG View Post
    First time in my life I’m apathetic about Inter.
    Impressed it took you 9 years. Most of us were at that point about 4 years ago.


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    I love it when you defend spaghetti above this club when all of Inter fan realized all thid baldie fuck can come up with is only cross and pray like serie C turds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoszee View Post
    I love it when you defend spaghetti above this club when all of Inter fan realized all thid baldie fuck can come up with is only cross and pray like serie C turds.
    We've been playing with this approach since the Mancini days. Build out from the back via short passes from our CB. Get the ball out wide. Sling it into the box for Icardi. Last year we scored an abnormally high amount of goal from set-pieces, specifically indirect free kicks, that masked the attacking shortcomings of this team. I can't sit here and put all of that on Spalletti when he's the FOURTH manager to run into the same issue while implementing the same game "plan."

    The problem is the players, who are the only recurring link between the incompetent managers we've had the past five years. Spalletti's not an idiot, if he thought there was another way for us to win, he would try it. Our wingers (and Icardi) are too slow and poor of dribblers to play counter-attacking football. Our midfielders lack any sense of creativity or ability to make passes that unlock defenses. We are predictable because our players are predictable. In some instances it works - Icardi might be the most predictable player on this team, but he has a higher success rate than most. In others instances it does not, sincerely Dalbert dribbling himself out of plays, Vecino skying the ball into Row Z, and Politano failing to beat his final man.

    I also refuse to blame Spalletti for the squad being in the dismal state it is in. The only players I'm convinced Spalletti directly wanted that we've given him are Vecino, Nainggolan, and Valero. Dalbert's incompetence, Mario's averageness, Gagliardini's amateurishness, and Candreva's inept finishing can't be blamed on Spalletti.

    Vecino is completely useless, I won't argue that. We bought him because he had a cheap release clause and Spalletti wanted him (side note: he's probably one of the few of our recent signings who has retained his transfer value since joining the club). Nainggolan has also been a dud, which many of us saw coming. I understand the Nainggolan signing to an extent - we created artificial capital gains for FFP, and an in-form Nainggolan is type of unpredictable game-changer we've needed. Sadly it hasn't materialized.

    I'm indifferent towards firing Spalletti at this point. We can go ahead and fire him, but nothing will change. Whatever caretaker we bring in will have us playing the exact same style of "sling crosses into the box" football that we have been playing. Until we free ourselves from this FFP gorilla on our backs and get higher quality players it will be more of the same.


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    Bastoni's first Serie A goal?

    Or will our old friend Di Marco come back for another masterpiece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottishInterista View Post
    Probably won't watch this


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    Even though Spalletti wasn't given an ultimatum from the management last night i believe the next three matches will be crucial for him to save his job. We have Parma away, Sampdoria at home and Fiorentina away. Tough matches but we need to start winning again. We're lucky that our rivals have also dropped points recently but this won't be happening forever. They'll eventually catch up with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADRossi View Post
    We've been playing with this approach since the Mancini days. Build out from the back via short passes from our CB. Get the ball out wide. Sling it into the box for Icardi. Last year we scored an abnormally high amount of goal from set-pieces, specifically indirect free kicks, that masked the attacking shortcomings of this team. I can't sit here and put all of that on Spalletti when he's the FOURTH manager to run into the same issue while implementing the same game "plan."

    The problem is the players, who are the only recurring link between the incompetent managers we've had the past five years. Spalletti's not an idiot, if he thought there was another way for us to win, he would try it. Our wingers (and Icardi) are too slow and poor of dribblers to play counter-attacking football. Our midfielders lack any sense of creativity or ability to make passes that unlock defenses. We are predictable because our players are predictable. In some instances it works - Icardi might be the most predictable player on this team, but he has a higher success rate than most. In others instances it does not, sincerely Dalbert dribbling himself out of plays, Vecino skying the ball into Row Z, and Politano failing to beat his final man.

    I also refuse to blame Spalletti for the squad being in the dismal state it is in. The only players I'm convinced Spalletti directly wanted that we've given him are Vecino, Nainggolan, and Valero. Dalbert's incompetence, Mario's averageness, Gagliardini's amateurishness, and Candreva's inept finishing can't be blamed on Spalletti.

    Vecino is completely useless, I won't argue that. We bought him because he had a cheap release clause and Spalletti wanted him (side note: he's probably one of the few of our recent signings who has retained his transfer value since joining the club). Nainggolan has also been a dud, which many of us saw coming. I understand the Nainggolan signing to an extent - we created artificial capital gains for FFP, and an in-form Nainggolan is type of unpredictable game-changer we've needed. Sadly it hasn't materialized.

    I'm indifferent towards firing Spalletti at this point. We can go ahead and fire him, but nothing will change. Whatever caretaker we bring in will have us playing the exact same style of "sling crosses into the box" football that we have been playing. Until we free ourselves from this FFP gorilla on our backs and get higher quality players it will be more of the same.
    Fact - this is probably the strongest Inter squad (on paper at least) since the treble team.

    If Spalletti, after spending a year and a half with these players, still doesn't have a semblance of an idea regarding how should his players play football, and still has to resort to spamming crosses, then why is he even there? Let's just get a cheap Serie B manager and call it a day, why the fuck are we paying Spalletti so much then, he is literally the third highest paid manager in Serie A.

    Half of the players aren't good enough and nobody is denying that, but that taken into account we should still be putting in better performances than this. Squad that was expected to be Anti-Juve now has 20 points less than them and there is still almost half of season left to be played.

    I've said this a year ago and lately I've seen others say the same here on FIF - what do these people even do in their daily training sessions? Cut out all the gimmicks like bouncy balls, yoga, table tennis and just focus on training with the ball. If you are so damn adamant on playing football with crosses only then I want Politano to take 200 corners a day.

    Parma have nothing to lose, and also not much to win, they will play open, attacking football and will destroy our midfield. This is not me anti-jinxing stuff or sounding dramatic, it's just objectively what we should be expecting. I don't see us winning this.


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    Just woke up and saw Spalletti is still in charge. So the club chooses the nightmare to go on.
    Anyway, it’s safe to say we are the underdogs in this game, sigh. Rough times to be an Inter fan

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    I really think we should find a way to skip this game tbh. I don't know... the entire team gets a headache or they just don't feel it that night. Or maybe stressed out and need to relax. Anything tbh. Just don't show up and let Parma have sex with you.
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