Inter - Bologna (11 Feb 18) [2-1]

Man of the Match

  • Handanovic

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  • Miranda

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  • Skriniar

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  • Valero

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  • Vecino

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  • Perisic

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  • Brozovic

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  • Gagliardini

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  • Total voters
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Dogen

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I can't find a better adjective than "cathartic" to describe Karamoh's goal.

Also, I still don't know what an healthy Rafinha has to do with this Inter.
I bless him for being here and may Eupalla preserve him.

I can guess the only logical reason behind "that" hazardous substitution (a substitution that went beyond reason)... but, after 99 minutes and 2 months, 3 points is all that matters.
It's been exhausting. Hallelujah and Forza Inter
 

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It was a shitfest, but at least we got 3 points. Lets hope this sparks a comeback.

Positives:

1. Rafinha - I fucking love this guy already, he made the difference the moment he came on. Its so good to see a midfielder take initiative, play at high intensity, and go after every ball and every pass. Whats even better is that this guy has technical skills to match - probably our most skilled midfielder since Sneijder.

2. Karamoh - youthful confidence combined with great pace. That was so refreshing to watch, capped off by a fantastic goal on debut. Tho some people here are hyping him up already - apart from the goal, you could see he lacks good decision making / movement that comes with experience. But we needed this refreshing change. Kudos to Spalletti for doing this, and Karamoh has probably tripled his market value with that 1 goal.

Negatives: Too many to list, so will stick with the main one:

1. Attitude of some players - mainly Perisic & Brozovic, but this is starting to infect the whole team. These fuckers are just going through the motions, jogging along with no sense of urgency or passion. Not even professional pride. When one player has the ball, the others just fucking stand there ball watching instead of making runs and creating passing options. Like no one gives a fuck anymore. Spalletti should make them all watch Rafinha's movement & attitude today.

As soon as Rafinha & Icardi are fit to start, we need to drop Perisic and Brozovic from the starting XI. I much rather have hard grafters like Eder and Candreva playing badly than these fuckers who don't seem to care anymore. Because their attitude seems to infect the entire team down. Lets give Karamoh some more starts, he deserves it - even if he is inconsistent due to his inexperience, at least he will give it a go. At the moment its all about attitude. We should only start the players who are ready to work their fucking socks off. Blood and tears on the pitch, thats what I want to see from here on.

MOTM: Rafinha, even though he only played 30 minutes, he changed the game
Fucker of the game: Perisic, everything he touched turned to shit, was ball watching instead of making runs
Coach Rating: 5. Even tho we won and Spalletti got most things right, he almost threw the game away against 10 men with that idiotic 3rd substitution.
 

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hm wut spalleti... that's interesting...

also lisandro lopez needs major diapers if he's going to play again
 

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I didn't watch the match. Maybe i should do it more often. Finally a win. I still can't believe we're third even though we hadn't won in the last two months. I am happy for Karamoh. Hopefully Spalletti will give him more chances from now on. Judging by the posts on Lisandro Lopez thread, he must have been a disaster.
 

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Heh, well what do you know. Everyone seems to finally be realising that Perisic is not a "superstar" :rolleyes: I was saying at the beginning of the season that it was ridiculous the were trying to portray him as such.

I've been saying since the start that Perisic is largely doing FUCK ALL most of the game, especially for a player that is supposed to be the team "star", people were quick to tell me how wrong I was, all because he'd get an assist every game even if it wasn't actually creating anything but putting a ball in the box in an obvious way from an obvious position to do so. i.e. HIS FUCKING JOB AS A WINGER.

Perisic is playing worse, sure, but he is not disappearing from games NOW, he's been like that ALL SEASON, even during great victories like at Roma he would be AWOL during large sections of the game.

- - - Updated - - -

Oh yeah, lol, how could I forget the perfect example. Didn't Brozovic get an assist at the first goal today?

Well, I guess that completely negates how he performed today and no one has any right to complain :rolleyes:
 

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The biggest flow of this team is the attitude when we have a lead. These fuckers just stop playing and giving up the initiative to the opposition. That shouldn't be a problem if the team could counter-attack effectively but sadly the players just sitting deep in defense waiting for un equalizer instead to kill the game.
Very questionable subs as well. The game left our most dangerous threat - Karamoth instead of dying Valero or injured and low-spirited Perisic.
I think Spalleti has a share of a blame for that behavior of the team. When we have a lead should push hard for a second and continue playing focused instead to give up the initiative. It is ridiculous to start defending against a team like Bologna since minute 5 on "Giuseppe Meazza".
 

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Bluenine do you see the difference between cancelo's cross and dandreva's cross ?
 

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Bluenine do you see the difference between cancelo's cross and dandreva's cross ?

wait...you call what Candreva does crossing?! :trollol:

sorry I just had to...
 

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There is definitely a problem with the team's mentality. After going ahead at the start, you could just sense they weren't sure what they were after and everyone was just waiting for when we'd make the mistake and concede, as if it was fucking inevitable.

I think it shows the team got to used to stealing games 1-0. If we go ahead early on, we don't fucking know what to do. They don't seem to be prepared to hold the lead in an organised fashion and neither does the plan seem to be to chanse a second goal and put the press on, especially when you're fucking Intert and at home.

This falls under Spalleti's responsibility here for sure.
 

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It was a shitfest, but at least we got 3 points. Lets hope this sparks a comeback.

Positives:

1. Rafinha - I fucking love this guy already, he made the difference the moment he came on. Its so good to see a midfielder take initiative, play at high intensity, and go after every ball and every pass. Whats even better is that this guy has technical skills to match - probably our most skilled midfielder since Sneijder.

2. Karamoh - youthful confidence combined with great pace. That was so refreshing to watch, capped off by a fantastic goal on debut. Tho some people here are hyping him up already - apart from the goal, you could see he lacks good decision making / movement that comes with experience. But we needed this refreshing change. Kudos to Spalletti for doing this, and Karamoh has probably tripled his market value with that 1 goal.

Negatives: Too many to list, so will stick with the main one:

1. Attitude of some players - mainly Perisic & Brozovic, but this is starting to infect the whole team. These fuckers are just going through the motions, jogging along with no sense of urgency or passion. Not even professional pride. When one player has the ball, the others just fucking stand there ball watching instead of making runs and creating passing options. Like no one gives a fuck anymore. Spalletti should make them all watch Rafinha's movement & attitude today.

As soon as Rafinha & Icardi are fit to start, we need to drop Perisic and Brozovic from the starting XI. I much rather have hard grafters like Eder and Candreva playing badly than these fuckers who don't seem to care anymore. Because their attitude seems to infect the entire team down. Lets give Karamoh some more starts, he deserves it - even if he is inconsistent due to his inexperience, at least he will give it a go. At the moment its all about attitude. We should only start the players who are ready to work their fucking socks off. Blood and tears on the pitch, thats what I want to see from here on.

MOTM: Rafinha, even though he only played 30 minutes, he changed the game
Fucker of the game: Perisic, everything he touched turned to shit, was ball watching instead of making runs
Coach Rating: 5. Even tho we won and Spalletti got most things right, he almost threw the game away against 10 men with that idiotic 3rd substitution.

it wasn't karamoh's debut though.
 

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Is Bologna this bitchy, when they play other teams or Donadoni is just another dickhead who wants to stick it only to Inter?
Both red cards more then deserved, yet in the pitch they acted like dicks being arrogant, and after the game, with their interviews and social media acting as if something scandalous happend today, that’s why they lost.
They were lucky, not us today.

I cant believe the attitude of middle table teams, and average players, talking shit only when they play against inter.
Annoying as fuck. I would have punched that piece of shit face Mbaye if i was in the pitch today.
Fucking dickhead acting as if he’s such a badass after he harakirid Rafinha.
 

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donadoni is quite bitchy, it's not the first time that he acts like this
 

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Injured Miranda,Karamoh,Perisic,almost destroyed Rafinha...

FUCK BOLOGNA

Mbaye,Masina and the rest of them except Palacio who is an INTER GENTLEMEN(I won't say legend but)...never liked Bologna as a club and their attitude
 

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hopefully the win will help change the mentality.
 

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mbaye was always stupid. I remember him at our primavera, it was everytime a wonder if he ended the game without the risk of a red card. Maybe the only young player which we can says that it was a good thing to sell him
 

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Not that he was stupid today....after the foul, he stood up..looked around inter bench and players, and stands, as if, come at me ill fuck yall up! I swear i wanted to punch him thru the tv...i hate that attitude, especially at our own stadium...someone needed to smack him in the mouth just to tell him "this is OUR fucking home".
 

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Told ya guys, i've followed rafinha for too long, that fucker is on another level with icradi (soon skriniar too) from the whole team.

He needs to start now every game. KARAMOH the same.

Rafinha is a baller dudes. He is intelligent and has everything ones needs to be a world class. Lets hope he mever gets injured. And he is the definition of a versatille player. Someone who plays on the same level on multiple positions, not someone who can fill up space for someonee who is missing.

Cancelo should be bought. Next year or core should be: skriniar, cancelo, rafinha, icardi. Everyone else is expendable
 

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Cancelo should be bought. Next year or core should be: skriniar, cancelo, rafinha, icardi. Everyone else is expendable

I would also include Handanovic and Miranda if we are talking next year. These guys are still top quality. That gives us 6 quality players as our core.
 
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I have only one thing to say:

Karamoh
 

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For me, it was close between Rafinha and Karamoh, but i think, even though Karamoh was already having a good game, It was Rafinha who brought the best out of Karamoh's style of play, and that's when our team started moving with more free flowing game.

So i credit Rafinha for that, and Karamoh's goal with a nice build up play.

Rafinha MoM
 
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