Am I the only one who thinks all these transfers can also be a bad thing? I mean, what team could ever win something if they keep tearing apart and rebuilding entire parts of the field every season? Just look at our new midfield: Stankovic, Veron, Davids, Cambiasso, Cesar (?). Where is our old midfield with gems like Emre, Cristiano and van der Meyde (yeah him.) What happened to stability?? This isn't CM you people.
The teams who actually win stuff ( ) have players who have been playing together for years, and the understanding between them is almost telepathic. Juve, Bilan, Porto, Barca, all quite successful clubs that have this feature. More clubs, albeit less successful but still surely more successful then Inter (again ) are Real Madrid, Arsenal, and Bayern Munich. Maybe the most significate example is Man Utd, although lately this has not come to a benefit for them. To bring a very good example from the past, the great Ajax of the 90's where players grew up together on the same street. They played amazing breathtaking football together, as if their minds were connected with invisible electrodes. The closest thing at Inter is the connection between Cordoba and Materazzi we sometimes have a glimpse at. Imagine that kind of blind understanding between Inter's midfielders. Just imagine the potential.
This beaviour reminds me of Moratti's crazy buys in the 90's and early 00's. Something we (atleast I) thought Inter was over with. That was the first step towards healing the team, IMHO, and now Inter has taken that step back.
It's great to bring a few stars to give the team the kick it needs. Necessary postions like Favalli's and Veron's are good deals, but this is too much. For instance, bringing both Veron and Davids was silly - it also leads Emre's way out.
Inter, no more transfers, please. Lets stay Inter, not Chelsea.