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    Pirlo and Seedorf

    What is it with Inter, it seems that whenever a talent is lost it is found by our rivals, especially Milan.
    The question I have is regarding two specific cases Pirlo and Seedorf, firstly I never knew that Pirlo was a Nerazzuri till half season, and about Seedorf what went wrong for him to leave Inter then go to Milan?
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    but why ? no need 2 open a new thread and rub salts over our wounds. and anyway why here ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karim Abdoun
    What is it with INter, it seems that whenevre a talent is lost it is found by our rivals, especially Milan.
    The question I have is regarding two specific cases Pirlo and Seedorf, firstly I never knew that Pirlo was a Nerazzuri till half season, and about Seedorf what went wrong for him to leave Inter then go to Milan?
    firstly their was never any continuity at inter for them to work with.

    secondly at inter pirlo was a forward, rather than a deep laying playmaker

    thridly seedorf was playing right wing mostly when he's best position was centre midfield.

    finally don't blame morrati for this, blame the manager's who were in charge when these players were at inter, marcelo lippi, roy hodgson and hector cuper were the reasons these players were medicore.

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    Tardelli is the main idiot to blame for Pirlo's failure at Inter, he basically discovered him as a player and he's won everything with him with the Under 21 National Team.

    When he came to Inter, he never used Pirlo properly. Moron
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    in the U21 days he was thought as the next R.Baggio, he played a similar position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durai
    in the U21 days he was thought as the next R.Baggio, he played a similar position.
    no i think that was the problem.

    He wanted to play deeper and we forced him into behind the strikers and th ats that.


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    milan are the right side for him as they play cautious football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durai
    milan are the right side for him as they play cautious football.
    They don't! Their wingbacks play very offensive, they surely don't play cautious.
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    Look ..

    atleast in my opinion ( and perhaps I'm the only one )

    Pirlo is one of the biggest jokes in Italian football , he's one of the most overrated player on earth . The only good thing he can do is crossing , short passes , accurate shots but very weak . People make it big deal when he scores on some weak stupid goalkeepers , and consider him the best freekicker . He can only cross well from freekicks ( and corners ) . On the pitch , he does NOTHING . He doen't run , doesn't defend , doesn't do anything . He just plays when he stands not moving . I wanna thank the Intersita who told Pirlo to get out of Inter , he did us a favour . Gattuso makes Pirlo look good in your eyes , don't let him fool you .

    And for Seedorf , his shots are very good , much better than Pirlo . Its also the only thing he can do . But realy he has great shots . But also , he's not an Inter player , its good to see him leave .
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    Pirlo left because we treated him like nothing for years. He was never given a proper chance with Inter. He was either loaned out, or Tardelli royally screwed him over. Pirlo was mainly used as a player who would be brought on for the last 15 minutes when we were down, and he was supposed to change the match.

    Seedorf was just crap with us. Performed awesome during the two first months in each season, since he had to prove himself. When he had won the starting spot, he could care less and was a disaster. One of the most inconsistent players I have ever seen. Finally we had enough and made a deal which would have been awesome if Coco had been less injury prone.

    Seedorf played six months as a central midfielder with Inter as well on a consistent basis. He was so bad that Jugovic stepped in his place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy
    Pirlo left because we treated him like nothing for years. He was never given a proper chance with Inter. He was either loaned out, or Tardelli royally screwed him over. Pirlo was mainly used as a player who would be brought on for the last 15 minutes when we were down, and he was supposed to change the match.

    Seedorf was just crap with us. Performed awesome during the two first months in each season, since he had to prove himself. When he had won the starting spot, he could care less and was a disaster. One of the most inconsistent players I have ever seen. Finally we had enough and made a deal which would have been awesome if Coco had been less injury prone.

    Seedorf played six months as a central midfielder with Inter as well on a consistent basis. He was so bad that Jugovic stepped in his place.
    your right about pirlo not getting a chance, because they thought he was forward, he had competition from ronaldo, vieri, recoba, zamorano, robbie keane, maurizio ganz and hakan sukur

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    When Tardelli coached Inter, he used a 3-4-1-2 formation. Pirlo was supposed to be our player behind the two strikers. But Seedorf was given that role instead. So them thinking he was a forward has no relevance during the season where Pirlo was supposed to be our playmaker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durai
    finally don't blame morrati for this, blame the manager's who were in charge when these players were at inter, marcelo lippi, roy hodgson and hector cuper were the reasons these players were medicore.
    I never blame Morrati, e gets us talent, but our coaches are just crap!!
    and another thing, I would expect something stupid from Tardelli, even he came here in Egypt, he used to play our offensive midfielder behind the attackers as an attacker! Until he was forced to play him in his normal position by his Egyptian assistant that when the Team statred to play well and won Cameron in the qualification round's first leg for WC Germany. But he needed to go away and that was apparent in the very next math which annihalated any chances we had in going to Germany in our away match to Lybia where we lost for the first time 2-1 to Lybia, the guy is really like Mancini, they don't deserve to control Inter, the difference is that Mancini is a bit better and in the future could be good, but now NO, we need to sack him until he gets more experience.
    Ehhh... cut out that last sentence of "until gets more experience"!!!

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    With Pirlo we made one of the biggest mistakes ever, how could we give such a player away is beyond me. And to be worse, we gave him to MILAN.

    But Seedorf was always a crappy player, and he still is. It's just this occasional long shots that make him look good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robson ponte
    With Pirlo we made one of the biggest mistakes ever, how could we give such a player away is beyond me. And to be worse, we gave him to MILAN.

    But Seedorf was always a crappy player, and he still is. It's just this occasional long shots that make him look good.
    seedorf's a very good player he's won the champions league with three teams, ajax, real madrid and ac milan. noone else has done that except him.

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    Yeah Seedorf is awesome, but you won't find many people around here who agree with that.

    His ability to defend the ball, accuracy in the passing and creating danger are amazing, especially since he plays on the left and not central, and considering that Milan fullbacks plays in a very attacking way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frisko
    Yeah Seedorf is awesome, but you won't find many people around here who agree with that.

    His ability to defend the ball, accuracy in the passing and creating danger are amazing, especially since he plays on the left and not central, and considering that Milan fullbacks plays in a very attacking way.
    Seedorf's ball control is just poor. His passes are only quick and short passes to Pirlo (he's the one who creates all the chances). And I laugh so much when I see his pathetic attempts to dribble past a player.

    Anyway, Frisko why are you so in love with this traitor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frisko
    Yeah Seedorf is awesome, but you won't find many people around here who agree with that.

    His ability to defend the ball, accuracy in the passing and creating danger are amazing, especially since he plays on the left and not central, and considering that Milan fullbacks plays in a very attacking way.
    you said it frisko

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    God know how Calamity Seedorf managed to look so good in Frisko's eyes. Maybe it's gotta do with the 2 long range strikes he scored against Juve in Giuseppe Meazza on season 01/02?

    Talking about the transfer, putting the Seedorf as a Milan player aside, there was no way you could criticise our management in pulling it. Our left back problem was widely publicised (We had Gresko & Serena in that position, prior to Coco's arrival and Pasquale's emergence) and Seedorf was very inconsistent with Inter.

    To make an analogy, it's like we swapping D.Pizarro for Zambrotta now but Zambrotta is injured 99% of the time with us and D.Pizarro did so well with Juve that he eventually disposed the struggling Vieira into the bench and sealed his place in Juve's first team.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Handoyo
    To make an analogy, it's like we swapping C.Pizarro for Zambrotta now but Zambrotta is injured 99% of the time with us and C.Pizarro did so well with Juve that he eventually disposed the struggling Vieira into the bench and sealed his place in Juve's first team.
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