Ebenezer Akinsanmiro

Will he get a chance to break in a first team?


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Shit I forgot the real reason I came to this thread.

I think I like what I saw, but the most surprising thing to me is the tactical maturity, there was one play on the right side with Barella I think, Akinsanmiro hit it back and forth with Barella, and when he received the ball back the Leece player pressed up right away (not the usual play you see), his reaction tells you he knows exactly what to do, he hit it back and ran towards the space left by the press.

I see this a lot when the youth players get to play with the senior team, like even with Zanotti, like they know how the system works here, and should get to play more.
It’s because all the players that make it to playing for the highest age bracket of a top academy can do the basics. Especially the ones we actually give a debut.

I can’t think of a youngster we’ve given minutes to that looked poor. Even in the banter years. However over the course of a season, playing with pressure and expectation, or in the deep end against top teams you see who’s really made for this.
 

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Grande, now I have 4 guys, I want to see subbed on with a regular basis: Akinsanmiro, Asllani, Bisseck and Buchanan. Not going to happen, but allows me to moan about from time to time.
 

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Inter Milan are now prepared to loan out youngster Ebenezer Akinsanmiro ahead of next season in a bid for the young Nigerian midfielder to gain more valuable first-team experience, according to website Gazzetta Italia
 

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Inter Milan are now prepared to loan out youngster Ebenezer Akinsanmiro ahead of next season in a bid for the young Nigerian midfielder to gain more valuable first-team experience, according to website Gazzetta Italia
just don't loan him to serie b.
 

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He is 19 years old, so maybe midtable club in serie B is the right choice.
 

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It depends a lot on the project in the given Serie B club. It needs to be sold to the coach of a given club.
 

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He has a really interesting backstory only arriving to Europe 1 year ago, at 18 right out of the Nigerian academies. And already impressing the coaches.
 

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Yea the way he moves around the field is very different than his Primavera teammates.
 

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Afaik his club in Nigeria wasn't an interesting academt
 

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I clicked on it but it didnt even have our academy in nigeria so it seems sketchy
lol it s from inter.it you wont find more accurate/less sketchy Information than this..
Also are you sure our academy in Nigeria is a permanent one?
 
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