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Forget Milito, we lost every game since July!!!
even pre-season matchs...
 

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Unlucky? Okay, I did see only the second half of today's game but Inter were absolute garbage during that time. Is that about luck or about Gasperini totally incapable of managing this team?

edit. It's totally ridiculous and irrelevant to moan about single chances of Milito missing this and Milito missing that. It's about the whole package, which is at the moment a total fucking mess.

I honestly think that Gasp did the right things. Started just how the fans and management wanted. Made the right subs, and it's not his fault they didn't react and help us win. Maybe he's not a good motivator, but tonight he did everything we wanted 2-3 days ago.
 

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Oh come on, firing him would be so dumb. I still believe in him. Against Palermo he showed he know how to play fluid attacking football, today we were quite stabile and solid. He will find the balance and the results will come. But few things; Zarate shouldn't be starting relevant games but gather his confidence with good sub performances and Alvarez should be never ever again used as a winger.
 

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Unlucky? Okay, I did see only the second half of today's game but Inter were absolute garbage during that time. Is that about luck or about Gasperini totally incapable of managing this team?

edit. It's totally ridiculous and irrelevant to moan about single chances of Milito missing this and Milito missing that. It's about the whole package, which is at the moment a total fucking mess.

I dont know first half or second half, but we created enough to easily win this game. We really did. Our defence and even our midfield sometimes were ticking the ball over. But our attack didnt really seem to bother, too relaxed. If anything blame him for not firing them up at half time, and that Ricky should have played central and we could move Wesley higher up. His subs were good, his lineup was good, if anything we looked solid at back and in the middle(first half not soo much, but JZ picked his game later).

I think Gasp is somewhere responsible for all the shit that is going around the club, but I also get the feeling that after changing the team according to what was asked from him, he earned himself some more time on the bench. Motivation is needed, its like someone needs to go and really get into the heads of the players.
 

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I know I said Gasp should be given time till Oct-Nov point, but we can't give him time till that point if we keep losing points in every match. This CL match was supposed to be the easiest one in the group stage and we managed to fucking lose it.

I don't want to sack Gasp or anything, I just want him to fucking deliver something. So far we've gathered 0 points in two games. How much are we going to tolerate? Roma win would be a nice boost and Roma is a bit of a shamble themselves too. If we don't win that match, how fucked up are we then? Think about that scenario. In how big pressure our squad is at that point.
 

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I kind of feel for gasp. Yeah he didn't make it easy on himself...but today if Pazzo didn't have that Pandev like miss..we probably would have won.

4 at the back or 3 at the back...our problems are much much deeper than that.
 

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Gasp = secretly Benitez? :troll:
 

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The point again is Gasp is making the most of what he's given atleast tonight. Today's defeat should not be blamed on him. What I'm scared about is he will go back to his 3 man defense again.
 

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Are we seriously gonna blame Gasp? He was given a team that is significantly worst than last season, a team that's pretty much finished in some areas, and we're expecting him to work miracles -- Yes, I do believe that we're that bad!

What we're basically seeing now is how last season would have been without Eto'o's 37 goals and 13 assists and just overall presence on the pitch... And how well we spent the 21 million Euros from his sale! Forza Kucka, Alvarez, and 1/3rd of Pandev's salary that we're paying for this season! And POOF! Just like that everything we got for Eto'o is gone!

Can I get a round of applause for our management- ehem I mean mismanagement!
 

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I kind of feel for gasp. Yeah he didn't make it easy on himself...but today if Pazzo didn't have that Pandev like miss..we probably would have won.

4 at the back or 3 at the back...our problems are much much deeper than that.

Needs to be posted twice. Gasp is not to blame today.
 

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Inter have become very difficult team to manage. Gasperini has played a part of it with his 343 experiments. The pressure is huge and when you also sell the player(Eto´o) who can give you time with mastering your tactics, this is the result.
 

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Really now? So its Gasps fault Milito cant score within 5 yards of the keeper?
Yeah, kill Milito. Wonder what'd be the case if Pazzini would scuff one... oh wait a minute... he did scuff one slightly more difficult one completely and another one which was called off for wrong offside he scuffed one on one.

The Milito hate is just shocking. Cannot believe there are people going at him at pretty much every thing he does slightly wrong. Even when Nagatomo smashes a pass at him 110 km/h and he cannot control it there are people goin on about some Milito rapist first touch.

Edit:

One thing I can take from today is that for once we looked like we had it under control defensively (until that one moment of madness that had to ruin it ofcourse).
 

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Gian Pietro Gasperini get nervous and worried in the newsroom: "Paradoxically, this failure may lead to a reaction. The market has been long, there have been many controversies around us, but it's a solid group, compact, and regardless of the form he wants to do well. We need to find better balance on the field, we must do better because we have many solutions. Trabzonspor The goal offside? In addition the various occasions, but even this is wrong get a summary of the evening, let us take it as a reason to do better later.

The season has just begun we will find the strength to react. There has been talk of modules so far too, too simplistic to talk about football that way. Tonight was a lot better in some aspects but the result is what matters and what went wrong. We played in a different way but the difference is small, has the balance, in Palermo we did good things on offense and less defense. Today we are not only able to score but the performance was good, I saw a compact group, and on this basis we will find balance.

We had players in the America's Cup, others out for other reasons, he started playing two days after he joined the group and yet today I saw a strong reaction against Palermo. We continue to work and we will have results. "



HEYYY FUCK U WE ARE NOT GENOA YOU OLD MAN.. WE ARE NOT FIGHTING FOR THE 8 SPOT IN THE LEAGUE.. TO GO TO INTERTOTO CUP...
FUCKING HATE THIS COACH, EVERY GAME HE TOLD US,, THAT SOME PLAYERS WERE TO AMERICA CUP, SOME HAS MISS FOR SOME REASONS... NEXT GAME IF WE LOSE , WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO TELL USE
THAT OUR PLAYER WHERE BUSY FUCKING YOUR WIFE
 

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Are we seriously gonna blame Gasp? He was given a team that is significantly worst than last season, a team that's pretty much finished in some areas, and we're expecting him to work miracles -- Yes, I do believe that we're that bad!

So now you are saying our squad is so bad we can't win against Trabzonspor at home? Of course Gasp should be responsible.

To me, this is Benitez all over again. He isn't able to inject the right spirit, the winning mentality to this team. I sincerely hope Gasp can get a grip of himself AND the team, since if this goes like it did with Rafa (coach losts the team's confidence), it will be a long fucking season.
 

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Oh come on, firing him would be so dumb. I still believe in him. Against Palermo he showed he know how to play fluid attacking football, today we were quite stabile and solid. He will find the balance and the results will come. But few things; Zarate shouldn't be starting relevant games but gather his confidence with good sub performances and Alvarez should be never ever again used as a winger.

3-4-3 is only fluid if the other team is suckered into trading punches with us... No team is going to do that when we have a combIned 7 players upfront. Besides Sneijder we don't have enough creativity and movement off the ball to punish teams who sit back. Our clustered front doesn't encourage moving, and the coach hasn't told the players to slide in and out of each others positions, which would create openings and pockets. Ontop of the fact that our midfield gets sucked into the play and leaves us wide open in the back. I'm not giving up on Gasping, but on this formation. Yes. Even a 3-4-2-1 would do better at clogging up the passing lanes.
 

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Interesting point there about him not being able to inject spirit into the team there, that to me is what is missing..
 

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Yah I agree, Gasp is definitely not to blame for the defeat today. I was just trolling.
Tho I will agree that Gasp doesn't seem to be able to motivate players, which is a problem.

The players put in a fucking pathetic display as a team. Even Capitano was shit, then you know things are bad.
I honestly don't know what we should do now.
 

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I kind of feel for gasp. Yeah he didn't make it easy on himself...but today if Pazzo didn't have that Pandev like miss..we probably would have won.

4 at the back or 3 at the back...our problems are much much deeper than that.

Our problems are deeper than formation, yes. But it looked much better with defensive line of 4 and Cambiasso in front of it.

IMO attacking play was as hard as against Palermo. There we just have a bit of luck or something what you need to score.
 

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the team lacks confidence, all we need is 1 win and things will get easier

morale in the team is the lowest it has been in a long long time, and i'm sure gasp realizes this, he needs to find someway to fire the team up or we might be looking at another coaching change

i just hope MM doesn't go zamparini on his ass if he keeps getting his tactics right like today
 
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