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    Three players join Inter

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    MILAN - Inter continues to invest in the players of tomorrow with the signings of three young talents.

    Luca Siligardi (born in 1988), joins Inter on a permanent contract from Eccellenza category team Dorando Petri. A left-sided midfielder, Siligardi impressed for the Dorando Petri first team and the Dilettanti category national team after a spell with the Parma youth academy.

    Striker Sebastiān Ribas (born in 1988) joins Inter from Uruguayan outfit Club Atletico Juventud de Las Piedras. A prolific scorer at this year's Carnival Cup in Viareggio, Ribas hit the winner in Juventud's 1-0 victory over Juventus in the final. Ribas possesses an EU passport and has signed a contract which expires on 30 June 2010.

    Of Moroccan origins and with a Belgian passport, midfielder Maaroufi Ibrahim (born in 1989) joins Inter from the PSV Eindhoven academy. He has signed a contract until 30 June 2009.

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    For God's sake, Inter are starting getting youngsters at my age. Maybe time to practice a little more

    Hopefully, they can turn into something.
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    Yeah, it's starting to hurt a little inside to see them getting youngtsers my age too.
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    Don't worry boys, I know it is hard and I felt same 2 years ago...
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    A Warm welcome to them, and good luck they are gonna need it, this is properly the last time we hear of them before we give them away to some kind of second rank team.

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    Seems like this Ribas kid is quite good though. Already a regular with his team in Uruguay and a shining star in the Viareggio Tournament. I say give him half a season with the Primavera, and then evaluate if he is ready to play with the first team or be loaned out. Stop screwing around with them until they're 20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burning Saviours
    A Warm welcome to them, and good luck they are gonna need it, this is properly the last time we hear of them before we give them away to some kind of second rank team.
    lol Mikkel, it's great when you channel your anger the right way! I was waiting for such post in the Eriksson thread, but your response didn't have anger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamed
    lol Mikkel, it's great when you channel your anger the right way! I was waiting for such post in the Eriksson thread, but your response didn't have anger!
    lol, I'm just getting to a point where I almost give up in advance, simply because it doesnt matter if the fans put pressure on the board to get the right people, they always go their own way with getting people that nobody else then Moratti want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy
    Seems like this Ribas kid is quite good though. Already a regular with his team in Uruguay and a shining star in the Viareggio Tournament. I say give him half a season with the Primavera, and then evaluate if he is ready to play with the first team or be loaned out. Stop screwing around with them until they're 20.
    Exactly. Totally agree.

    Do you know which country he has his EU passport from?
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    can someone translate info about Ribas? I know it is an old article but maybe there is something important...

    Viareggio, sorpresa Juventud
    Gli uruguaiani battono a sorpresa 1-0 la Juventus in finale. Decide un colpo di testa di Ribas, il figlio dell'allenatore. I bianconeri nel finale sfiorano il pari. Era dal 1980 che non trionfava una squadra straniera

    VIAREGGIO, 27 febbraio 2006 - Il Viareggio 2006 parla straniero. Trionfano a sorpresa gli uruguaiani della Juventud, che superano 1-0 in finale la favorita Juventus, vincitrice delle ultime tre edizioni. Alla Coppa Carnevale un successo di una squadra non italiana mancava dal 1980, quando si imposero gli allora cecoslovacchi del Dukla Praga.
    Primo tempo equilibrato, con la Juve di Chiarenza che fa la partita e la squadra di Ribas che riparte in contropiede. Facendo male. Le occasioni più ghiotte sono infatti firmate da Adriano, che manca la deviazione vincente a porta vuota, e da Dutra, che di testa colpisce il palo interno, poi la palla carambola tra le bracce del portiere dei bianconeri Scarzanella. Nella ripresa la Juve colleziona occasioni, peccando di precisione sottoporta, mentre la quasi omonima Juventud è spietata: segna di testa Sebastian Ribas, il figlio dell'allenatore. A nulla servono i generosi assalti finali dei bianconeri, che sfiorano il gol con una punizione di Giovinco e con un guizzo sottoporta di Paolucci, dopo il quale Volpe manca il tap in vincente. Trionfa comunque con merito la Juventud, capace di vincere sette partite, realizzando un inaspettato en plein.
    Delusione dunque in casa Juventus. Che dopo aver dominato la Roma in semifinale pensava proprio di poter mettere le mani sul trofeo. Allo Stadio dei Pini c'era anche Moggi, particolarmente attento al settore giovanile. Il d.g. spiega "Anche oggi abbiamo dimostrato di essere una squadra molto tecnica. Siamo stati battuti sul piano fisico, forse non lo meritavamo, ma non si può sempre vincere. Il nostro vivaio è comunque una fucina di campioni". La Juve resta a bocca asciutta, ma giocatori come il difensore Criscito, i centrocampisti Marchisio e Cuneaz ed il trequartista Giovinco avranno tante occasioni di rifarsi. Nel calcio che conta, quello dei grandi.
    Some people were against a female name as my nick. Strange, don't you think?

    But no, I did not left only because of it. Don't worry, there is a brand new superhero who will save everyone. I just have mental issues and I am freaking disgusting.

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    I don't know anything about seba ribas, but an guy from uruguay told me in other forum that this guy is class, very good guy and humble.

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    Heard good things about Ribas. Seems a very good talent. Also juve wanted him before they had more pressing matters to attend to.
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    three more serie B players join inter

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    Didn't we have Spezia to loan our players to?
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    Yes, when Moratti owned 30% of the club. But he sold them some time ago. We still have good relations with them, though.
    "It will be born here, at the "Orologio (Watch)" restaurant, meeting place of artists and it will be always a team of great talent. On this splendid night it's colours will be given: The black and the blue with a golden background of the stars. It will be called Internazionale, because we are brothers of the world."



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    Quote Originally Posted by Durai
    isn't that illegal
    No. It would be, though, if Inter were in Serie C or Spezia in Serie A at the time the ownerships took place.
    "It will be born here, at the "Orologio (Watch)" restaurant, meeting place of artists and it will be always a team of great talent. On this splendid night it's colours will be given: The black and the blue with a golden background of the stars. It will be called Internazionale, because we are brothers of the world."



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan
    Heard good things about Ribas. Seems a very good talent. Also juve wanted him before they had more pressing matters to attend to.
    Dont forget he was the one who scored the winner against Juve in that tournament.

    2 years ago it was Momente, Eliakwu and Meggioroni who we all thought would be future stars.

    But i have much more hope in Slavkovski and Ribas


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    The only 1 I saw him playing is Ibrahim Maroufi and he is good but maybe later he will be very good
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    Ladies and gentlemen of the Youth Teams forum, meet Sebastian Ribas:



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    yeah i think ribas is real good plus he and slakovski can be real stars in the future.we can mix youth and experience which i think we are currently doing at inter.adriano-ibra=young midfield is mix of both youth and experience and defence experience.good news for us.
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