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Clearly, Gasperini was Inter's nightmare. Ranieri is decent, but most players in this team lacked the intensity they had in the past, and any desire or ambition is gone. The only players who looked interested in winning are Zarate, Pazzini, Sneijder, Maicon and Julio Cesar (out). The others, especially Lucio and Chivu, are freakin' crap.
Still, more football to be played. They WILL make repairs along the way and find their form. Not really as bad as their record says, and definitely they won't be relegated.
Last edited by krdskrm; Oct 30, 2011 at 11:01 AM.
wasted season for Inter, they should focus on the cup competitions but they need to make sure they finish high enough to qualify for the UCL, that's the priority
inter is going to be in the Serie B next season if they'll continue with their scrappy plays.
one thing is more likely to happen, they won't get a CL spot for next year.
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^^ pangit na rin ang kondisyon ng mga stadiums compared to the other top leagues.
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Walter Samuel is back.
Chivu is now a full back, let's see if he complains again.
Internazionale coach Andrea Stramaccioni begins to sound a bit like Andre Villas-Boas as he issues a rallying call to his players ahead of the must-win game at Udinese later today. "Those who don't believe it's possible for us to finish third, they can go ahead and jump ship. We have to fight: this has to be the spirit of all my players. This is very important for us and for them."