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    Moratti's " Revolution "

    Hey fellow interisti according to goal.com moratti wants messi,camoranesi,beckz,diarra all to come to inter,though figo now is staying but still now inter hav offered beckz a contract,n mourinho is in sightz as well,but our team is winning n so everyone is saying y need for it,y go into transition again when the team is finally complete.THOUGHTs?

    On goal.com people r givin us stick that we r the next real madrid,n also dat people accuse chelsea of buyin but we buy more n change the team every year,so i think only messi n figo'z replacement will do.And i dunt like beckz
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    No way reovolution. no way beckham, No way Diarra.

    Inter only want Messi and Italian super star. but we will see.
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    I really dont agree with this..

    1- Mancini is doing well,why bring on someone else when he is excelling.I know Jose is good but there will come a time for him to come here but that time is not now.When Real arrogantly let their coach go they suffered big time and havent won anything since.Plus I dont like that Mourinhio called out many of his players in the media.Imagine the circus they will have with us if he does such a thing...

    2-If it aint broken dont fix it.Why play with the formation and players we have when they are doing well.I mean why bring someone like Beckham who will serve no purpose in this lineup,way up there to the end of his career,and might demand a big wage and a first team spot.

    3- I like the Diarra and Messi thing because it is building for the future.I mean Dacourt and Viera are old and will need replacing eventually and from what I hear this guy is good.As for Messi it would be ludicrous to have the chance to sign him and not doing so.

    4- Continuity is key and a dream team doesnt have to be with names( We saw Real fail miserabley with that strategy) A dream team IMHO is the one that wins,and continues to do so..Thats what i want not a bunch of names running around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziyad
    I really dont agree with this..

    1- Mancini is doing well,why bring on someone else when he is excelling.I know Jose is good but there will come a time for him to come here but that time is not now.When Real arrogantly let their coach go they suffered big time and havent won anything since.Plus I dont like that Mourinhio called out many of his players in the media.Imagine the circus they will have with us if he does such a thing...

    2-If it aint broken dont fix it.Why play with the formation and players we have when they are doing well.I mean why bring someone like Beckham who will serve no purpose in this lineup,way up there to the end of his career,and might demand a big wage and a first team spot.

    3- I like the Diarra and Messi thing because it is building for the future.I mean Dacourt and Viera are old and will need replacing eventually and from what I hear this guy is good.As for Messi it would be ludicrous to have the chance to sign him and not doing so.

    4- Continuity is key and a dream team doesnt have to be with names( We saw Real fail miserabley with that strategy) A dream team IMHO is the one that wins,and continues to do so..Thats what i want not a bunch of names running around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziyad
    4- Continuity is key and a dream team doesnt have to be with names( We saw Real fail miserabley with that strategy) A dream team IMHO is the one that wins,and continues to do so..Thats what i want not a bunch of names running around.
    I would say Max 5 years for one coach or one team. Milan's example is excelent there. Ancelotti can do nothing with this team. He is just too long. So it's either change all the players or him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziyad
    I really dont agree with this..

    1- Mancini is doing well,why bring on someone else when he is excelling.I know Jose is good but there will come a time for him to come here but that time is not now.
    he said that after england he will coach in Italy.The only that I'm worry about is that he could go to Milan With him and Berlusca money they would be unstopable. If for example after this seson it was 2 possibilities, Mourinho at Milan or Mourinho at Inter I would sacrifice Mancini just to don't see the Portugesse at Milanello.
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    IF mancini leadz us to succezz den i wud stick by him,not change the project

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pod
    he said that after england he will coach in Italy.The only that I'm worry about is that he could go to Milan With him and Berlusca money they would be unstopable. If for example after this seson it was 2 possibilities, Mourinho at Milan or Mourinho at Inter I would sacrifice Mancini just to don't see the Portugesse at Milanello.
    You're scaring me. Berlusconi actually would hate Mourinho as this guy never listens to anyone else while picking teams, he has his own process of thought.


    But still, seeing him sit on the opponents side on derby day, it would make me cry.


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    on calciomercato.com and sports.it there are news that Moratti is flying to Bahrain to meet Mancini....in his suitcase he has a new contract that ties Mancio with us till summer of 2009......i really do believe in this....
    i don't think there's even 1% chance for Mourinho....

    considering players :if Moratti wants to bring Becks, nobody can stop him...
    but i see that as a possibility only if Figo leaves, and that won't happen, at least not till summer.....Moratti apparently convinced Figo to stay

    diarra-----just a silly rumour

    camoranesi.....probably in summer, but i'm against him

    messi-no way Barca will let him go, but if they do
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    Eh Mourinho I think is just a rumour because Moratti wouldn't change Mancio he's been doing very well lately. I don't like the idea of a revolution I would rather have a strenghtening because as most of you said if its not broke don't fix it. The only name I like is Messi and Diarra could be useful our squad cause as some said before me Dacourt and Patrick aren't gonna least for so long.

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    I only hope it's true the rumor about Jose Mourinho, he is the ideal coach for the best team of Italy, Internazionale.
    And of players (stars), i only welcome Steven Gerrard, and i don't even think he ever leaves Pool so anything, we have enough squad for the next years and the only buys Inter should do are YOUNG PLAYERS for the next years, Nasri/Nani/YayaToure...

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    for the summer i see...

    IN: buffon, beckham, messi
    OUT: toldo, figo, recoba
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    he was one win away from a treble, so i wouldn't argue with his testicle oriented man-management techniques

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    Messi no way! Barca wouldn't let him go..

    Inter didn't have an agreement with Nasri? He's an trequartista and plays very good, just inconsistent sometimes

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    moratti's gonna pull out all the stops for inter's centenary year

    hell, nasri might be for barca for all we know
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    he was one win away from a treble, so i wouldn't argue with his testicle oriented man-management techniques

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    the sun UK,
    interview with the special one

    notice how everybody is under scrutiny and attack except the special one



    Mourinho: My Blues stink




    December 30, 2006







    JOSE MOURINHO blasted his Chelsea stinkers as they fell SIX points behind Manchester United.






    The Blues boss was fuming at his side's 2-2 home draw against Fulham.



    And he also had another dig at 30million flop Andriy Shevchenko, who was dumped to the bench against the Cottagers.



    Mourinho let rip with both barrels, claiming:



    Opponents can smell the fear in Chelsea

    His team cannot defend

    His players cannot adapt to different situations

    He only has one striker.

    Mourinho fumed: "I am disappointed because we didn?t get the result we wanted, but not so disappointed because it is not a big surprise for me.



    "Everybody knows in this moment that Chelsea cannot defend. I am the first one to know that.



    "Maybe we are not as good as we think, maybe I am not such a good manager, maybe the players are not such good players.



    "When the game goes on and the opponent sees one mistake, and another mistake, and another mistake, they smell the chance.



    "It is exactly the opposite of previous times for us. Teams knew they couldn?t score against us and we could dominate matches - now they know they can."



    He added: "They chased the luck and the luck came. But Paulo Ferreira is not a central defender so he does what he can.



    "Hilario is our third-choice goalkeeper and in my opinion he does what he can to the maximum.



    "Ricardo Carvalho is the only central defender we have and he is doing the maximum he can, because he knows he is the only one to play there."


    Mourinho felt his side could have put the match out of sight early on but wasted numerous chances.



    He said: "In the first 15 minutes of the game we had five chances to score, some of them with an open goal, and the first time Fulham attacked, we gave them a goal - this is Chelsea at the moment.



    "When the game goes to the last 15 minutes and the opponent puts more pressure on us, we cannot cope with that pressure and concede the second goal.



    "The way teams play in this country you need very strong central defenders in the air.



    "I think if you play with this defence in another championship, or even Champions League, it is not a big deal.



    "But in this country everybody has tall, strong strikers. They put the ball in the box. We do not dominate the game in the air.



    "What can you do with Ballack? Nothing. What can you do with Geremi? Nothing.



    "The players have no qualities adapted to the game opponents are playing against us - it is as obvious as that.



    "In attack, in this moment, we have one player performing and scoring goals. All the other players are not performing well enough. That is obvious.



    "But we cannot defend, we concede incredible goals, and in attack we have one player."

    the only thing i like about this interview is that the special one has got balls to say what he wants and isnt scared to come out.

    but having spent approximatley 300 million pounds on players since his arrival this interview is very comical.
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    Goal.com is one of those sites that offers rumors and sensationalist material. In short, most of it is crap.

    Is Moratti really dumb enough to pretty much totally replace his team? I think what we learned from the Chelsea case is that you simply can't buy your way through everything.

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    All I heard Moratti say is he wanted Messi I don't know where this revolution thing came from.

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    this whole thing sounds like a media story. Why would Moratti just go back to old ways when he has found the light. Makes no sense I could see a top signing but just one because it is our anniversery. I doubt all those signings if so it must be thought out. Lets rape Real for Diarra and get Becks on a free. Also sign Messi. All that means we need to let go 2 midfielders and probably sell one of the strikers to meet financially speaking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pod
    I would say Max 5 years for one coach or one team. Milan's example is excelent there. Ancelotti can do nothing with this team. He is just too long. So it's either change all the players or him.
    And how do you explain Sir Alex Ferguson's success in Manchester for over 20 years then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gismo
    And how do you explain Sir Alex Ferguson's success in Manchester for over 20 years then?
    Thats england. The fans have more patience. Ferguson has had periods were he was bulding a side. Periods of 3 years of winning nothing.

    There's no way a coach in italy or spain would ever survive that.
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