Mercato Team (Ausilio, Marotta, & Co.) and Strategies

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These incompetent fucks better not sign anyone over the age of 30. I'd rather play 19 or 20 year old players, than sign 35 year olds... Even if the coach wants old fucks, say no and make him develop young players.... What this retard Inzaghi has done with Asllani is unacceptable.
A rumor that Ausilio and Marotta want to reduce the average age of the squad this summer.
This might be mean that Inzaghi will be out.
 

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These incompetent fucks better not sign anyone over the age of 30. I'd rather play 19 or 20 year old players, than sign 35 year olds... Even if the coach wants old fucks, say no and make him develop young players.... What this retard Inzaghi has done with Asllani is unacceptable.
Firmino is 31.
 

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A rumor that Ausilio and Marotta want to reduce the average age of the squad this summer.
This might be mean that Inzaghi will be out.

Rumor is from Tuttosport so let's wait to see proof before we start celebrating
 

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Rumor is from Tuttosport so let's wait to see proof before we start celebrating
I think this will be related to who is the coach for next season. Will we make it in top 4, and which players we gonna sell and for how much? In the best scenario, we will proceed to the semi in CL and will make top 4. Dumfries and Onana will be sold for fat money, and we'll have a new coach, not so bond to old players. This will allow to Marotta and Ausilio to refresh the squad a bit.
 

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A rumor that Ausilio and Marotta want to reduce the average age of the squad this summer.
This might be mean that Inzaghi will be out.
Expectations need to be reduced as well. If that's to be the case, I don't wanna see zhang blabber about how we are inter and we need to win in every competition, while he is going to vulture fund to beg for money for club's survival. Those two pictures are not compatible in any fuckin sane universe.
 

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Andrea Ranocchia: “When we met, the club did not yet know the budget available, they had not yet planned the future…Monza came for me in mid-June and I said yes.”

This highlights everything that is wrong with the club right now.
 

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Andrea Ranocchia: “When we met, the club did not yet know the budget available, they had not yet planned the future…Monza came for me in mid-June and I said yes.”

This highlights everything that is wrong with the club right now.
Yet it's all Inzaghi's fault that Marotta and Zhang changed their priorities every 3 hours.
 

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Andrea Ranocchia: “When we met, the club did not yet know the budget available, they had not yet planned the future…Monza came for me in mid-June and I said yes.”

This highlights everything that is wrong with the club right now.

We were just being polite to our former Capitano. “Sorry Frog, the cheque is in the post, once it clears we can talk about your renewal”, you get the idea.
 

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Andrea Ranocchia: “When we met, the club did not yet know the budget available, they had not yet planned the future…Monza came for me in mid-June and I said yes.”

This highlights everything that is wrong with the club right now.

haha lets be real.... this dude was a massive Flop on high wages.... resigning him would be like 70th priority for any well run organization.

If Skriniar said this or Barella then fine crap on the team but it's like D'am next summer crying about us not resigning him and saying this
 

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Yet it's all Inzaghi's fault that Marotta and Zhang changed their priorities every 3 hours.
nah, his problems are his tactics and that he can't adapt and only sticks to one plan, even when its clearly not working. I also don't think he can motivate anyone and even if the team doesn't look the greatest on paper, there is no way it should have 9 loses in Serie A. Losing every 3rd game is acceptable if you are Sassuolo, not Inter.
Management and Suning are also to blame, thats why I'd love to see a full change.
 

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haha lets be real.... this dude was a massive Flop on high wages.... resigning him would be like 70th priority for any well run organization.

If Skriniar said this or Barella then fine crap on the team but it's like D'am next summer crying about us not resigning him and saying this

Not about Ranocchia. Like at all. It's about (lack of) planning at the club.
 

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nah, his problems are his tactics and that he can't adapt and only sticks to one plan, even when its clearly not working. I also don't think he can motivate anyone and even if the team doesn't look the greatest on paper, there is no way it should have 9 loses in Serie A. Losing every 3rd game is acceptable if you are Sassuolo, not Inter.
Management and Suning are also to blame, thats why I'd love to see a full change.
No one said it's acceptable but the management had 1 year to deliver to Inzaghi a team that suits his style and they have managed to make things worse for him.
 

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No one said it's acceptable but the management had 1 year to deliver to Inzaghi a team that suits his style and they have managed to make things worse for him.
How they managed to make things worse for him?
Perisic left, and this is the only one who was constant performer under Inzaghi.
They got him Mkhitaryan, who is undisputed starter for Inzaghi, and Asllani, who is totally not used properly at all. Inzgahi opted for Lukaku and Correa, instead of Sanchez and Dybala. Onana is clear upgrade over Handanovic, and Acerbi is also working well, as he is Inzaghi's choice as well. The last one is Bellanova, who looks like a failure, but he was brought as a deep back up anyway.
I'd say that the management provided him what he wanted.
 

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Inzaghi is the same moron who thought using Dimarco as a ball playing CB over Bastoni would solve our issues last season. I'm hardly willing to give him a pass. The entire organization needs to be nuked this summer.
 

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How they managed to make things worse for him?
Perisic left, and this is the only one who was constant performer under Inzaghi.
They got him Mkhitaryan, who is undisputed starter for Inzaghi, and Asllani, who is totally not used properly at all. Inzgahi opted for Lukaku and Correa, instead of Sanchez and Dybala. Onana is clear upgrade over Handanovic, and Acerbi is also working well, as he is Inzaghi's choice as well. The last one is Bellanova, who looks like a failure, but he was brought as a deep back up anyway.
I'd say that the management provided him what he wanted.
yeap, this years team ain't worse than last years. The only downgrade is the Perisic position, but I think Dimarco has been pretty good... I also would not even listen to what Inzaghi has to say, as his transfer wishes have been dogshit. Correa is a compete disaster. Lukaku over Dybala is another one and getting rid of Alexis was retarded. The only guy he wanted that worked out was Acerbi, but he's also not here for a long run, cause of his age.
 

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How they managed to make things worse for him?
Perisic left, and this is the only one who was constant performer under Inzaghi.
They got him Mkhitaryan, who is undisputed starter for Inzaghi, and Asllani, who is totally not used properly at all. Inzgahi opted for Lukaku and Correa, instead of Sanchez and Dybala. Onana is clear upgrade over Handanovic, and Acerbi is also working well, as he is Inzaghi's choice as well. The last one is Bellanova, who looks like a failure, but he was brought as a deep back up anyway.
I'd say that the management provided him what he wanted.

What he wanted? You just said that?

You think he wanted Mkhitaryan and not Milinkovic-Savic for example?
You think he wanted Correa and not Dybala?
You think he wanted Acerbi and not Bremer?


What is it with people and thinking that whoever arrives at a club was the coach's choice? What kind of damage did video games do to you?
 

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What he wanted? You just said that?

You think he wanted Mkhitaryan and not Milinkovic-Savic for example?
You think he wanted Correa and not Dybala?
You think he wanted Acerbi and not Bremer?


What is it with people and thinking that whoever arrives at a club was the coach's choice? What kind of damage did video games do to you?
Inzaghi was brought at Inter to operate with low resources, so if he wanted SMS, he shouldn't have accepted the job on first place. He got whatever he wanted, except LWB. Another attacker - his choice was Lukaku. We could have kept Sanchez instead of Correa, but Inzaghi never rated him, and he was keen on his pupil anyway. The management improved the midfield - Mkhitaryan and Asllani for Vecino. Maybe, Inzaghi didn't want Mhiky in particular, but the fact that he is playing non stop, means that the coach rates him highly, or higher than other mids. Bremer should have been a replacement of Skriniar, so I don't understand why you put him in comparison with Acerbi. And Acerbi was recommended by Inzaghi similar to Correa. So, basically the squad was improved in most of the areas, except the left wing. How this made the things worse for Inzaghi?! I cannot understand that?
 

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Inzaghi was brought at Inter to operate with low resources, so if he wanted SMS, he shouldn't have accepted the job on first place. He got whatever he wanted, except LWB. Another attacker - his choice was Lukaku. We could have kept Sanchez instead of Correa, but Inzaghi never rated him, and he was keen on his pupil anyway. The management improved the midfield - Mkhitaryan and Asllani for Vecino. Maybe, Inzaghi didn't want Mhiky in particular, but the fact that he is playing non stop, means that the coach rates him highly, or higher than other mids. Bremer should have been a replacement of Skriniar, so I don't understand why you put him in comparison with Acerbi. And Acerbi was recommended by Inzaghi similar to Correa. So, basically the squad was improved in most of the areas, except the left wing. How this made the things worse for Inzaghi?! I cannot understand that?

I've no idea why you're so adamant about this view. It's completely distorted. Everything in bolded letters is plain wrong.
 
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