La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Mar 10, 2013
- Favorite Player
- Il Fenomeno
10 years of FIF
Absolutely. This is so on point. Fans bringing it to the players keeps the football real. Where that doesn't happen, it's all just fake, pure business for each participant (owners, players, fans).What's the issue with that?
You prefer fans going to players' instagram and facebook pages and threatening them or posting shit on TwitterX?
If anything, this is one of the few things that still make sense in football and isn't driven by some American derived trend...
Absolutely. This is so on point. Fans bringing it to the players keeps the football real. Where that doesn't happen, it's all just fake, pure business for each participant (owners, players, fans).
You are implying our bench options for attack aren't highly suspect. It's a glaring weakness to me.Based on what I've seen we should win the league easily. All the other top teams have glaring weaknesses, or are flat out awful.
Limone has gotten his shit together. There is a significiant improvement how he prepares the team ahead of match, how he dictates through it and everything else. Maybe sometimes he makes some decision that go ahead of himself but the guy is doing just right these days and credit must be given. There is a great atmosphere withing our group. Also team has matured a lot, so all the credit goes to Limone for it, and of course to our directors for giving him quality options.Limone sucks, but somehow i see us prevailing, i think the new owners are gona shake things up come the winter transfer
We have the best depth in the league, but there's not a team in the league that can afford to have real depth. Especially up front as strikers are so costly. Milan would be wrecked with no Giroud, and especially would be terrible without Leao. Juve would have no depth in their defense, and likewise only have one creative player in Cheisa. Roma are incredibly Dybala dependent, and maybe Lukaku now too. And Napoli gets carried by Osimhem.You are implying our bench options for attack aren't highly suspect. It's a glaring weakness to me.
Our first team is cool, but as soon as something happens to Lautaro or Thuram, it's going to suck to watch us play. I can already see it.
Also, Inzaghi, as good as he is as a cup manager, still complicates his life with some of his choices.