Which former players feel like "fever dreams" to you?

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antonio pacheco, only played once,
and as far as I remember back then, there are few big clubs that chase his signature, we got him and gave him no 7, couldn't remember clearly what happened after that
 

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Gilberto, the left back.
Caio, the striker.
Angloma, the right back. Ok actually no need to do this for non Brazilians.
Domenico Morfeo, il Harry Potter #10.
Matteo Ferrari.
Pasquale Padalino, no clue why he was ever brought over.
Michele Serena, il primo Darmian.
Fabio Macellari.
Martin Rivas. And his long lost cousin:
Nelson Rivas nicknamed "Tyson".
Mauro Milanese.
Vampeta, the vampire.
Marco Ferrante, il fetish #103727 di Moratti.
Sabri Lamouchi.
Antonio Pacheco. And his pal:
Gonzalo Sorondo, to complete the gang.
Guly. Nightmares.
Nelson Viva(s) Las Vegas.
Lampros Choutos as I mentioned earlier.
Gaby Mundigayi.
Yann M'Vila.
Yuto Nagatomo. Sorry.
Ruben Botta. Il nuovo Pastore.
Ezequiel Schelotto. Sorry for reminding you.
Tomasso Rocchi.
Wallace, the famous Brazilian.



I don't even understand what the thread is about but I am just mentioning players that I do not get how they ended up at Inter.
 

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Holy fuck, Ruben Botta :lol: I was (for whatever reason) excited to see him play for us. I thought he would turn into the kind of player Lautaro is now.

He's also 30 now.
 

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Puma and Brehme posts are taking me so many years back. This team always had a thing for players who shouldn't be anywhere near the club.
 

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I will go with Ferrante, too. He was mentioned before, I have a very vague recollection of him wearing our shirt but it felt like I could have easily just dreamt of him.

I had to check Wikipedia to be sure.

Another one is the Uruguayan defender Sorondo. I randomly checked our squads from the past, stumbled upon his name and thought to myself: "he somehow sounds familiar". I could swear I have images of him wearing our jersey in my head , but it feels to me like he could have played for us, or not.
 

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Caner Erkin :lol:

Joined near the beginning of the summer period. Was sold by the start of the season.
 

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I honestly felt that Caner Erkin could have worked as left back. At least as a stop gap for a season. Was disappointed we sold him after Mancini was goneand ended up with Ansaldi, even if I sort of rated Ansaldi as a decent full back. Was it Ansaldi, Nagatomo and Santon as left backs?
 

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I honestly felt that Caner Erkin could have worked as left back. At least as a stop gap for a season. Was disappointed we sold him after Mancini was goneand ended up with Ansaldi, even if I sort of rated Ansaldi as a decent full back. Was it Ansaldi, Nagatomo and Santon as left backs?

We had signed Ansaldi much earlier. It was between Erkin and Santon. Mancini preferred Erkin over Santon while De Boer wanted to keep Santon and get rid of Erkin.
 

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Podolski and Shaq, lol, I tought they will fix us at that time.

Looking back now, it seems wierd that Cou played for us, like that was some diferrent Coutinho who flopped and dissapeared in jungle like Perreira did, not the real Coutinho.
 

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Podolski and Shaq, lol, I tought they will fix us at that time.

Looking back now, it seems wierd that Cou played for us, like that was some diferrent Coutinho who flopped and dissapeared in jungle like Perreira did, not the real Coutinho.

If like that, i would like say Gabigol which likely fix us than other players . I was dream about Lautaro - Gabigol partnership btw. :eek:blivious:
 

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I remember of other names all the time.

Francesco Coco.
 

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Taribo West and Andrea Poli. Man the more i think about it the more names are coming to my mind :lol:
 

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Radja Nainggolan + Arturo Vidal

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Taribo West and Andrea Poli. Man the more i think about it the more names are coming to my mind :lol:

Momo Kallon also qualifies then? :D


Daniele Adani is another name. More famous for his I <3 Inter t shirts than actually playing. Okay, and that goal vs Juventus.
.... and his legendary commentary!
 

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Momo Kallon also qualifies then? :D


Daniele Adani is another name. More famous for his I <3 Inter t shirts than actually playing. Okay, and that goal vs Juventus.
.... and his legendary commentary!

Certainly! Another one who deserves a mention is Francisco Farinos.
 
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