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    Future keepers...

    Since I know very little about primavera, I am most keen on knowing how our young keepers are. As a replacement for Toldo, I think we should get an Italian that loves the club. A keeper called Bindi was called up for today's Empoli match, how good is he? Who are our other keepers? Those that know about Primavera, Enlighten us.
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    Bindi is quite talented from the few highlights i've seen.
    Made a great penalty save against Milan I think.

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    Bindi and Impagnatiello are two youth team players but it seems Bindi is closer to the first team and I am not sure of Moreno Impagnatiello is still at Inter, but I will find out.

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    Primavera goalkeepers:

    Giacomo Bindi:


    Paolo Tornaghi:


    Moreno seems to have left and Bindi is without a doubt the more well known of the two and I have great hopes for him.

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    Tornaghi has played for various of U-squads for Italy, and I believe he was their first keeper in the U-17 European championship or something like that. So he should be rather talented.

    Bindi I have never seen personally, but when Inter was in Sweden I received reports on him during training. He's supposed to be VERY good.

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    Isn't there any video clips of primavera players/keepers i action?
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    Jimbro, what happened to Moreau?


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    Quote Originally Posted by helal25
    Jimbro, what happened to Moreau?
    i think he's on loan at ternana, anyway he's nothing special.

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    I just recieved a info, that my friend who has a friend who's from the same village with Giacomo Bindi said that during this summer's village fest or something like that, Bindi told her that he'll be leaving Inter definately this summer since he is stuck up with waiting for his chance.... Though let's hope for a loan / co-own atleast.
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    Wow how many more friends did that have to go through!

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    I told you guys. Bindi went on loan to Varese now.
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    I heard he was a promising GK but apparently not good enough seeing that he was loaned to a Serie C2 team! Oh well, good luck to Bindi.


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    I don't understand why they loaned Bindi to Serie C2 team Varese and keeping old Paolo Orlandoni as third keaper? It would be better to keep Bindi as raplacement for Toldo and Julio Secar and play him in friendly and cup matches. I don't remember any Inter player who spent couple of seasons on loan at Serie C clubs and then became regular at Inter First Team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa
    I don't understand why they loaned Bindi to Serie C2 team Varese and keeping old Paolo Orlandoni as third keaper? It would be better to keep Bindi as raplacement for Toldo and Julio Secar and play him in friendly and cup matches. I don't remember any Inter player who spent couple of seasons on loan at Serie C clubs and then became regular at Inter First Team.
    Salam Mustafa welcome to the forums. Regarding your post, the reason they keep Orlandoni is very obvious. Let me ask you a question how many games did Orlandoni play last season...1,2? when the season was finally done and its cause we had nothing left to go for.

    Now keeping a very young and talented keeper like Bindi there will only rot him away. He needs to play and playmore often, the reason they never make it back into the first team from loan clubs is simple. Most just arent good enough to play first team at inter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by h1-
    Salam Mustafa welcome to the forums. Regarding your post, the reason they keep Orlandoni is very obvious. Let me ask you a question how many games did Orlandoni play last season...1,2? when the season was finally done and its cause we had nothing left to go for.

    Now keeping a very young and talented keeper like Bindi there will only rot him away. He needs to play and playmore often, the reason they never make it back into the first team from loan clubs is simple. Most just arent good enough to play first team at inter.
    Salam, h1. I can't see your name here. I understand your point. But if this players are not good enogh I think they should simply sell them. What is the reason loanong them or signing co-ownership deals???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mustafa
    Salam, h1. I can't see your name here. I understand your point. But if this players are not good enogh I think they should simply sell them. What is the reason loanong them or signing co-ownership deals???
    When you have young players you never really know which one will make it into senior first grade football.

    So you loan them out to younger teams who want them, when teams return a player and dont try to re sign him thats bad news as it means there not even good enough for that tiny club, how will they be for us?, i.e. Potenza..


    Everybody wants a player who is raised by our system to be something big, but lets face it thats a long shot. We have Martins as the biggest thing, even if we produce decent player when it comes to our first team they will always be bought players from other senior clubs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by h1-
    When you have young players you never really know which one will make it into senior first grade football.

    So you loan them out to younger teams who want them, when teams return a player and dont try to re sign him thats bad news as it means there not even good enough for that tiny club, how will they be for us?, i.e. Potenza..


    Everybody wants a player who is raised by our system to be something big, but lets face it thats a long shot. We have Martins as the biggest thing, even if we produce decent player when it comes to our first team they will always be bought players from other senior clubs.
    Yes Martins is a good example And now I understand what you mean. You are right if team from Serie C is not trying to sign player from Inter he is really not the one they need. If they don't need him, Inter don't need him too. But Inter have to check how they player performed in Serie C. For example from 38 matches played the keeper had 20-25 cleen sheets and conceeded 10-15 goals they must think about his quality. Even this is possible that young keeper made some serious mistakes. Thinks like this can happen with young keeper.
    And finally if Inter don't belive that this player will play in First Team, it's better to sell him immidiately, withut any loans or co-ownership deals

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    Thing is that Inter never gives the youngers a chance to shine. If the club which loaned him don't go bidding for him doesen't mean he is bad or anything. Inter has a problem, we demand class from the first match. Oba was great on his debut.

    And yes, helal, you know who will make it to the first team or has potentional to. We fans don't know since we don't see them playing and we don't see how they try in training.

    Eventhough I don't see not much of a difference between Primavera league and Serie C2 tbh.
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    Do I sense a bit of attitude in your post Tanel?

    I dont know where you get off saying we dont give these guys a change, we do. But you have to understand, 90% of them are not good enough to have a place in our senior team..that is the harsh reality.

    The good ones do get to have first team games or minutes, such as Boumsong, Marino, Belaid..these guys stick around a while but only some will make it.

    You need to understand, if a player cant shine at clubs in Serie C1 they have no hope at Inter.


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