Lazio - Inter (4 Oct 20) [1-1]

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About the handball of Parolo. It was a handball, though not in the penalty area so not VAR-checkable foul (I just checked from the video from my streaming service).
 

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You watched the match and then got outraged?
So the game finished? Because that was during the game, mind you. You cannot even get that one right...

P.S: You don't deserve that space, but you're being an obsessive cunt so it serves you right. Fucking gobbo sympathizer.

Ironically you call out people for being "gobbi" and what not, while you are on the same ship with juventus fans cheering against Inter, only to prove a fucking point over Conte.

And your comment "fuck this shit" when Immobile was (rightfully) sent off is just showing that - you don't want Inter to win.
 

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i honestly think some people here get overreacted. at some extents they are filled with prejudice and personal dislike. some even think they are much smarter and have higher IQ compared to others. these things corrupt healthy discussion and forum.

i really dont think criticizing Inter players equals to being not a real fan. that's like saying i'm a traitor to my country only for giving lots of critics to the government.
 

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Ironically you call out people for being "gobbi" and what not, while you are on the same ship with juventus fans cheering against Inter, only to prove a fucking point over Conte.

And your comment "fuck this shit" when Immobile was (rightfully) sent off is just showing that - you don't want Inter to win.

juve fans who are supporting inter, and inter fans who are against inter :D crazy world

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i honestly think some people here get overreacted. at some extents they are filled with prejudice and personal dislike. some even think they are much smarter and have higher IQ compared to others. these things corrupt healthy discussion and forum.

i really dont think criticizing Inter players equals to being not a real fan. that's like saying i'm a traitor to my country only for giving lots of critics to the government.
correct me if i'm wrong but isnt that true in indonesia? hahah (sorry, just a joke)



No, as I said a few pages back, we should absolutely be able to criticise inter players and stuff like that. I'm one of Moratti's biggest critics, for example. But when the team is winning or doing well, even the players I dont like (e.g. Gagliardini), I can praise them.

Balanced views are important - when you spend 18 months just arguing against the club even when it does things WELL, I get suspicious.
 

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Ironically you call out people for being "gobbi" and what not, while you are on the same ship with juventus fans cheering against Inter, only to prove a fucking point over Conte.

And your comment "fuck this shit" when Immobile was (rightfully) sent off is just showing that - you don't want Inter to win.

When have I cheered against Inter you maniac???
 

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Well I love the passion some members show here :)

But when it come to the game I saw balanced first half and little nervous second! We clearly didnt attack that much today than previous games, but it ok when you face top 4 team. Lazio didnt press that high and game tempo was slow! Hakimi is awsome player to have and Skriniar was also solid today.

Bit more luck and we could have 3 points if that Brozovic deflection shot would gone in, but thats football! I think draw was fair result today.

I also think this Lazio team can cause trouble to all of our rivals this season and many teams will drop point when they face them!

Lukaku did have a bad game today and maybe next game start Conte could Lautaro-Sanchez duo?
 

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Reread your comments dude. "Fuck this shit" when an opponent's player is sent off fits in.

I speak from experience when I say its not worth it.



Just joining Cafe as a sec, I'd say we should all just draw a line under the conversation. As I promised myself a while ago, there's no point having a discussion that doesnt evolve or change anyone's minds. I think the points have been made clearly and if people dont want to agree with them, then so be it.


I for one will continue cheering the club :)
 

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When have I cheered against Inter you maniac???

You are actively against a decision that helps inter in a match and a decision that is totally justifiable. Its honestly one of the most blatent and obvious reds I've ever seen. Striking a player to the face, deliberately and with force.
 

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Skriniar and Hakimi both good today. A point at the Olimpico is never bad, even if we could have won.

Onto the derby in a couple of weeks. They’ve been great games recently.
 

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Skriniar and Hakimi both good today. A point at the Olimpico is never bad, even if we could have won.

Onto the derby in a couple of weeks. They’ve been great games recently.

Yes, on the face of it this isn't bad. When you start the season this is one of the games you look at and say we could possibly lose. Looking into the game though we should have won.
We are going to drop points this season, its going to happen. Let's not over react and yes get ready for the Derby because its going to be tough as shit.
 

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It appears Brehme will go to unthinkable lengths, by cheering on the opponent to prove to rest of us that Conte sucks !

And on that note , enjoy the rest of your evening gents ! See you guys for the Derby
 
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You are actively against a decision that helps inter in a match and a decision that is totally justifiable. Its honestly one of the most blatent and obvious reds I've ever seen. Striking a player to the face, deliberately and with force.

My post was about Vidal pretending he died from a slap on the ear, then showing that he got hit in the eye and whilst he was putting his hand on his face he remembered that he had to put the second hand as well for dramatic effect... Yes, fuck that shit. I don't want that at Inter, it was never welcome.

And no, it wasn't a blatant red, it barely qualifies as a red. Things like this happen a lot and you see a yellow at best against the player that does this. If this was against us you'd be fuming and you'd be correct to do that.
 

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i really dont think criticizing Inter players equals to being not a real fan
With all due respect, you’re missing something here.
This is not the case here today.
 

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My post was about Vidal pretending he died from a slap on the ear, then showing that he got hit in the eye and whilst he was putting his hand on his face he remembered that he had to put the second hand as well for dramatic effect... Yes, fuck that shit. I don't want that at Inter, it was never welcome.

And no, it wasn't a blatant red, it barely qualifies as a red. Things like this happen a lot and you see a yellow at best against the player that does this. If this was against us you'd be fuming and you'd be correct to do that.

Mate I don't know what football you watch but I have never ever ever ever seen a player strike someone to the face or side of the head, whatever, and not get sent off.

And no, I wouldn't be. It literally happened against us with Sensi. I'm not fuming because I can understand why and that was nowhere near as bad as immobiles even. Sensi tried to push Patrick away and his hand ended up moving to his throat, immobile lashed out and hit vidal in the head.

I honestly don't know why this is a debate.
 

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It's not a debate because no one is comparing the two situations.

I'm not debating either of those.

I'm saying the people debating about whether it's a red or not for immobile.

Vidal, if he makes contact at all, it's the most miniscule of contact.

https://streamable.com/puto9x

Look at immobiles delayed reaction, hopping then going down. Immobile has always done that shit. Then he strikes vidal. Then after the card immobile jumps up and runs about totally fine.
Fuck immobile, blatent red all day long, every day of the week.
 

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You guys quite frankly are an embarassment. To invent shit and then continue to perpetuate it is just :palm:

(1) Nobody is cheering the opponent
(2) Calling out a disgraceful action by our team does not mean cheering the opponent.
(3) Accepting any decision that "helps" Inter is a slippery slope on ethics and morals. Saying that people who prefer to not accept any decision is "against" Inter is retarded.
(4) You can be happy with a result or performance whilst also be unhappy with the decisions in a match or behavior of a player. They are not mutually exclusive.
(5) Nobody is wishing Inter to lose because of Conte/Mancini/Mazzarri/any coach out there. Please stop the false narrative. That's an invention that is not based in reality.

I don't need anybody to tell me or convince me that Vidal's action was not a disgrace. You slide tackle a player (and actually foul the player), flail your arms because you think he is faking how serious the contact is, go push the player whilst he is on the ground to antagonize him for faking, you get hit, and then fake yourself? Peaking through your hands to see if the ref saw it?

I don't respect ANY player that does that and I do not want my team gaining an advantage that way. If others want to go that way, so be it.

Just like it's a disgrace when lautaro dives and fakes all the time. Just like it was a disgrace when lukaku dived today. I don't want any advantage based on shennanigans like that.

The biggest thing I cannot stand is a hypocrite. And I see it here in this forum in spades. Every decision against Inter is a conspiracy, but when we do the same thing or get the same advantage, making some silly excuse for why for us it's "right" but for others it was "wrong".

Patric basically came in an provoked Sensi to draw a reaction, got hit in his neck/face area, and people are saying that was a bad call :palm:. If you want to follow the letter of the law, then both are red and deal with it. If you want to start to argue intent and all the bullshit, then you are just that, full of shit.

Carry on....
 

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I liked Vidal in that position, he played a really good game.
About the incident, there was a slap from Immobile, yes red card worthy, but Vidal exagerated a lot, just like Lautaro does when he gets fouled.
At the Sensi incident, the ref was just compensating, and Sensi was an idiot for the nervous reaction, of course Patric would fall like he was shot down with a gun.
Simple as that.

Also fuck Gagliardini and Conte for his fetish for Gags.
I didn't understand the Skriniar - Dambrosio sub either.
I would have kept Vidal for 90 mins and would replace Perisic much sooner.

Conte didn't have balls to go for the win here, i see 2 points lost here.
 

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technically the rule is clear about striking the face, with non-negligble force. I THOUGHT Sensi hit him on the upper chest/neck.

As I said at the time, I'd be interested for a referee to give me guidance on that. Like legal advice when interpreting the law - what is the correct interpretation?

My personal opinion, irrespective of being an inter fan, I dont think it counts under either of the definitions I posted as violent conduct, when then means its not a straight red card. One was something about excessive force or brutality, and the other putts a specific clause around the FACE or HEAD.


For me personally, Vidal was hit with non-negligble force. Absolutely clear cut straight red.

Sensi probably deserved a booking, but I dont think it was on those definitions violent conduct.


Again, if a professional referee wants to explain to me why my interpretation is wrong, I'm happy to listen. It's not about what I THINK should or shouldnt be a red, but about consistent application of the rule framework of the game.
 
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