Stefano Sensi

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  • 3 - Anonymous player who will never be remembered through the fact nobody expected anything from him

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to be honest, i dont see any real signs that he cares. As Uni posted well a while ago, there's *always something*. And while it might not always be his fault, at some point, its about determination and grit. Right now, it feels like he's lost the fight.

I feel like he's given up since he signed for Inter. Maybe he thought "he's made it", or maybe he figured that on a 4 year contract at whatever wages, he didnt really have to give a shit again.

But the last 2+a bit seasons have been beyond a joke.
 

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Annoyance aside, just on a personal level this has got be heartbreaking for the guy. Probably the one thing he is undoubtedly very good at, and time and time again his body is betraying him and he might not be able to perform at this level after coming so, so close, playing for a top club, NT...

It's similar to Eriksen really. The difference being Eriksen already achieved success and recognition, something huge to look back at, while this kid is apparently only inspiring disgust and disappointment in people.
Yea its very suck for him, but still its hard feel for him, i dont know man, how player can get injured so many times at such a little time, he never fit more than month more or less, maybe its his lifstyle or somting, he not seems keep himself at too good shape, i dont know how sportsman body can be so fragile, its seems he not manage sportsman lifestyle, ther is no other explanation....
 

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I know you guys are frustrated but he’s still Inter player (his salary might be coverd by insurance, I don’t know). From what I read, he clearly wants to play and doesn’t have any bad attitude. Things might not work out but until then I don’t discard him yet, just don’t hope and count much on him, even with others like Vecino or Gag
 

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Maybe it's misfortune. Maybe it's just because he's too small for intensive modern football. We can be empathetic to his physical discomfort. But at the end of the day, any successful business would prioritise an employee that they can depend on day in and day out. Sensi is not that employee. If we have a contract to respect, fine. But he must not be extended, full stop. Even bloody Kolarov is seen as a dressing room leader. Sensi on the other hand only serves to destroy team morale. He needs to go asap.
 

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to be honest, i dont see any real signs that he cares. As Uni posted well a while ago, there's *always something*. And while it might not always be his fault, at some point, its about determination and grit. Right now, it feels like he's lost the fight.

I feel like he's given up since he signed for Inter. Maybe he thought "he's made it", or maybe he figured that on a 4 year contract at whatever wages, he didnt really have to give a shit again.

But the last 2+a bit seasons have been beyond a joke.
One signal of this was when Conte who has always been one who appreciates hard work lost completely faith in Sensi. One of the most hilarious things was when Conte put Sensi to bicycle during official game.

Sensi is talented footballer who got little bit too far without putting enough work and now it seems he doesn't have what it takes at this level mentally & physically. It is actually very sad when there are millions who would want to have opportunity that Sensi got.
 

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MCL sprain symptoms of recovery​

As mentioned above, it is tough to figure out just how long recovery will take by just looking at MCL sprain symptoms. Your best bet is to measure how quickly you’re MCL sprain is improving. here are some general estimations…

  • Improves significantly in 7-10 days = 2-3 week recovery
  • Slight improvements in first 1-2 weeks = 3-4 week recovery
  • Slow improvements in first 3-4 weeks = 6-8 week recovery
  • Hard to see week to week improvements = 8+ week recovery
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The way I see it, if Inter was buying him, even if he recovers and has 2 months of regular injury-free playing time, I would be extremely reluctant to buy him.

His image is quite damaged at this point. If I as a fan know it than every buyer knows it. Imo there is 0% chance that Inter will get anything for him in January.

I imagine if we offer a swap deal the counterpart might actually ask for additional money because they'll need to buy a backup lol
 

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Zacagni available for 7 million euro, better than glassman.
Have you not read the news? Mattia Zaccagni has completed his transfer to Lazio for €7m plus €2-3m in bonuses. It’s reported Zaccagni will receive €1.9m per season plus performance-related bonuses.

Anyway back on topic: frustrating that club cannot rely on Sensi and never could. I like him as a midfielder and very sorry that his body is too weak. We heard reports about him overplaying video games, but no extra hours in the gym.
 
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I think sensi needs more than the gym, he needs to take a year off and take some steroids
 

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I think sensi needs more than the gym, he needs to take a year off and take some steroids
We should send him to Detroit, OCP laboratories. If they were capable to revive officer Murphy and made him into Robocop than maybe they can do something with Sensi. I dont see another way to resolve his situation.
 
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Sensi sure as hell cares. Didn't you see his reactions on the pitch when he realized his knee is fucked? He looked so pissed off, so sad, so frustrated. "Not again".

People, don't think bad or negative about people by default. Be more gracious.
 

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Sensi sure as hell cares. Didn't you see his reactions on the pitch when he realized his knee is fucked? He looked so pissed off, so sad, so frustrated. "Not again".

People, don't think bad or negative about people by default. Be more gracious.
Totally agree with you. If he didn't care he would've easily left the pitch immediately, instead he stayed and carried on as long as he could.

I feel sorry for him, I've followed him since his days at Cesena and his quality is undoubtful, but I think he needs to leave. Sometimes it just doesn't work for you at a certain club for whatever reasons and change of clubs could help rebuild whatever is missing.
 

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Saw him yucking in up on the side lines. Conte would have had him on the excerise bike!
 
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