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    Robert Acquafresca

    MILAN - After signing for FC Internazionale, Italian U18 striker Robert Acquafresca, born in 1987, has joined Treviso in a co-ownership deal.
    This is direct from www.inter.it/en ... maybe our Italian brothers can find some more info from d Italian version of www.inter.it

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    Anyone who plays for Italy national youth clubs has potential glad he joined us but why a co-ownership.

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    I guess it is to ensure he gets some playing time rather than spending most of it on d benches!!!

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    I think he has one of the coolest names in football

    Right up there alongside Antonio Floro Flores, and Paolo Hernan Dellafiore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waleed
    I think he has one of the coolest names in football
    I think his name means fresh water.

    There's also Quagliarella in Sampdoria.
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    back to subject, nice to see he score 3 goals...sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Adnan
    I think his name means fresh water.

    There's also Quagliarella in Sampdoria.
    Yah it reminds me of Quagmire from Family Guy
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    another 2 goals in 1-2 victory
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    this season he scored 7 goals in seria B just 4 goals after first one Bellucci ..

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    Serie B Week 23 match

    Treviso - Brescia 2-0

    Reti: st 18° Acquafresca, 23° Guigou

    Top scorers
    C. Bellucci 11 (2)
    A. Del Piero 11
    N. Papa Waigo 10
    B. Adailton 9 (4)
    D. Trezeguet 8
    P. Nedved 8
    G. Pellè 8
    R. Acquafresca 8
    E. Calaiò 8 (3)
    F. Lodi 7 (1)
    Jeda 7 (1)
    M. Margiotta 7 (2)
    D. Possanzini 7 (1)
    E. Salvetti 7 (4)
    D. Moscardelli 7

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    7+1= 8 >> he scored again ..

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    Acquafresca is a great talent but I doubt he has the skills needed to play for Inter. He has been in great form in Serie B this year will like to see it happen in top level first....

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    He's scored 10 goals so far, it may not be an awesome achievement, it is decent, however, taking into account the average class of his team-mates and all the difficulties the strikers encounter especially in the lower Italian leagues. Even his better known mate, Dino Fava has scored less. I do think we should try him out next season, it is of no doubt that it would be more useful to have him as a 5th attacker rather than Choutos or even injury-prone Recoba. It really annoys me that Inter so simply gets rid of it's academy products (Martins, Potenza, Marino, Pasquale and possibly Andreolli).
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    Scored for Italy today under 21s of course you think he'll ever stand a chance of playing for us? Attack is a very tough position in inter Ribas, Balotelli, Slavkovski for the future then we have the great attackers in the first team. So it will be tough for him to get his break, I hope he doesn't end up with one of our rivals
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    It really annoys me that Inter so simply gets rid of it's academy products (Martins, Potenza, Marino, Pasquale and possibly Andreolli).

    Martins had years to prove himself, he did well..but lets face it we werent getting anywhere with him. So we sold him and got Ibra...any complaints?no.

    Marino - Seemed like a talented player and got more then jsut a chance, he was then given thechance to prove he can be good at another team but he never showed himself to be an immense talent that can be shoved into a tittle contending team.

    Pasquale - are you serious?

    Potenza - chance after chance. Dude, he was given back by Parma and Chievo. If your not good enough for a club who just survived and a club who got relegated how the fukc are you going to make it at inter.

    Andreolli? - He has been given his chance with the senior team and did very well. Now if he is loaned out, the onus is on him to put in such performances that will make inter run back to him. Something NONE of those other guys u mentioned did.


    Some of you live in a fantasy word regarding youth players and just throwing them into our team. What senior title team in the world does it? only rarely will you get an amazing talent such as Maldini, Totti... Its our management to find that certain few, i.e. Martins.

    now hopefully, Andreolli, Balotelli, Ribas, Coelho can do the same.

    Acquafresca has done well to prove he has what it takes to succeed in even a small team, something none of the other guys did (including Eliakwu) also this proves my point that Co-ownerships are the way to go. They give team like Treviso a reason to play them, not just leave them on the bench.

    If it was up to me id send all of our promising stars on co-own and maybe, just maybe the one or two that do make it, it will be wortth paying their fee back to inter. the others lets face it, will never bear fruit for inter.


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    The youngster must be good enough to play for Inter you can't just promote youngsters from the youth team because they come from the inter system. Only the very best will make it at Inter and thats why so few youngsters make it here because it's dam tough to reach the Inter level.
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