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Postby PES Stats Database » 2012 Mar 06, 04:39

For anything Inter.

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Postby jurgens » 2012 Mar 06, 04:56

It's pretty funny that raineir is dubbed as a "rebuilder" yet from very early you could see he has little idea what hes doing.. playing people in the wrong postions, pairing the wrong people togther... awful.. how are people like him and leo/gasp managers...
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Postby CHarper » 2012 Mar 06, 05:22

has been the "destroyer" Inter´s
He has planned their strategies wrong.
as you said Jurgens,
put wrong people in wrong positions
but this is the only thing influencing?
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Postby CHarper » 2012 Mar 07, 05:38

but this is the only thing influencing?

in my opinion, is not only affecting the poor season.
the average age of the defense is 29,
but keep in mind that John Ranieri has not, so the average rises to 30
the defense has experience but not with spare parts, Rannochia not as safe as Lucio, Zanetti and Samuel
Cordoba and Chivu not play,
Faraoni inexperienced
Nagatomo and Maicon, do not give security
also that the years are "taking its toll" Lucio, Zanetti and Samuel
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Postby Basilio » 2012 Mar 07, 05:42

The defensive midfield vs catania was pathetic, they just looked how they the opposition players passed through them, cambiasso my god...
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Postby Kerry » 2012 Mar 07, 12:51

Compared to Gasperini, he's DEFINITELY a re-builder.
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Re: Internazionale de Milano thread

Postby Dino » 2012 Mar 07, 16:40

Ranieri is so bad that he makes me miss Gasperini.
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Postby CHarper » 2012 Mar 09, 21:43

returned to winning ways!
but ... deserved the victory?, was a boring game
Inter take advantage good opportunities.
I will review the game again to continue commenting.
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Postby CHarper » 2012 Mar 14, 04:17

a new lament ...
DT should resign now!
Ranieri ciao!!!
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Re: Internazionale de Milano thread

Postby CHarper » 2012 Mar 18, 17:19

I do not know how to describe the game today.
boring fight, but there was not a good game by both sides.
half field without ideas,
the first time:
the only action of danger, was a missed penalty by milito
and Samuel's header
Milito and Pazzini, are hindered
Nagatomo often neglecting his position and letting it work to Lucio and Samuel.
because he was going to attack
Intrascendent Maicon. he project very little on the right wing
While Lucio and Samuel,
Samuel would receive even more merit
Lucio committed an unsanctioned penalty.
Poli well improved with respect to their game against Marseille
lacks mature and confident in giving long passes
has little moving ball, and sometimes when Cambiasso was look bad let him alone.
an unrecognizable Cambiasso, loses deployment
Obi more active, the band left, but doubtful
Zanetti the best in my opinion the meeting. secure in defense. he knows what to do
Zarate. What I can say? he did nothing productive, how many times the ball was lost by the selfish.
I still think you should get off their skills
my punctuation (1-10)
JULIO CESAR 6.0
SAMUEL 6.0
LUCIO 5.5
MAICON 5.0
NAGATOMO 5.0
OBI 6.0
POLI 5.5
CAMBIASSO 5.0
ZANETTI 6.5
PAZZINI 5.0
MILITO 4.5
here summary and highlights of the game
http://videa.hu/videok/sport/inter-vs-atalanta-highlights-xdAO6xk7TcZib4uJ
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Postby jurgens » 2012 Apr 08, 04:10

The match today was the best inter I've seen in nearly two years. The team shape was so much better, movement and support.. they actually played possesion.
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Postby CHarper » 2012 Apr 08, 04:46

You're right, I also saw the game
a group more united in the manufacture of plays,
but still lack punch, was with a man more for 30 minutes, and failed to win the match.
the coaching change contributed to the team in good shape.
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Postby Epsi » 2012 Apr 08, 13:54

Stramaccioni is talented, young and uninhibited. The best coach Inter needed in this period... they should build a young team around him next season imho
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Postby CHarper » 2012 Apr 08, 17:30

is young and ambitious, he has demonstrated in his approach of play, offensive and seeking the goal.
must settle for a young squad and many with some experience. has Poli, Guarin, Sneijder, Coutinho, Nagatomo, Obi, Alvarez, Ranocchia, Pazzini. that all young people under 30
and get rid of the "old players" who are no longer.
Strama but is starting well, and hopefully get better results, just missing forcefulness and score goals
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Postby jurgens » 2012 Apr 27, 12:41

well it seems inter need to play with stankovic in the deep-lying playmaker role for them to play the type of football that strama wants. The team plays so much worse everytime hes out or it's altered. But stankovic is just "average" in this role, and he doesn't have the legs for it.. ball retention ability, nor vision to really make it work... not to mention his defensive contribution is really mediocore these days, espeically when hes tired. If strams insistent on playing this deep lying playmaker with 2 cm'fs on the side to support him.. he should really get someone who can play the role... Why doesn't he try out palombo there? Seems hed be perfect.

Btw, sneijders passing has gone to hell... wtf has happend to him.
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Postby jurgens » 2012 Aug 26, 21:03

Strama really is a very good coach. Last season he took an inter team that couldn't play attacking football to save their lives, into a team that played pretty nice free flowing football.. not great, but incredible compared to the previous managers attempts. Needing to secure a champions league spot, he radically changed how the team played, using an odd formation for inters standards.. with stankovic playing as a deep lying distubitor. Just missed out on the champiosn league spot, but what he did was an accomplishment in itself. In the pre-season he showed again different ideas of how to set the team up. Abandoning the deep lying playmaker and swithcing it up into a much more attacking formation, and also doing the same but modifying it to be more defensively sound.

Doesn't sound like much, but it really is. So many mangers don't know how to shape a team based on what options they have avaible to them. Instead they opt to change to their preferred formation, and play players out of comfortable roles. And even get rid of players just because they don't have any idea to use them. Look at Allegri.... Stramas shown he knows what his players are capable and knows how to line them up to compliment each other. Hes shown he has great knowledge on team-line ups and tactics.

Today he did that really well. Going into a diamond formation 4-4-2. Playing gargano as holding mid, guarin as box to box. And cambiasso in his free role. This is something I've said for years is what Cambiasso needs, especially nowadays with his at times, lethargic performances. Gargano holds the mid, and Cambiasso is free to move around and disposes freely, and has a free role in offense too. He is not outsanding in attack, but his movement (even when hes lazy, is very smart) He provides passing options and an outlet to maintain possession, hes very intelligent and can really benefit a team in attack as well as def, but he needs that cover and someone to bring a physical presence in the midfield... and stramas fully recognized that.
Gargano as holding mid, and guarin as that physical presence in the midfield, who also contributes to defence. Though, if Gargano can still playing a solid holding role from swithcing positions with cambiasso, that could turn out even better, But I question if Cambiasso is truly capable of playing his true role these days, with his lack of effort.

Strama seems to really like to play attacking football though, I think no matter what inters defense won't be great. He'll probably revert to a 4-2-3-1 or something very similar. Whoever he pairs in the mid for this won't be solid defensivly, but it'll be really a threat offensively.

Inter really have a great coach in strama, something they've sorely lacked since 2010.
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Re: Internazionale de Milano thread

Postby CHarper » 2012 Sep 16, 22:41

some opinion of the third round of Inter?
my not convince me team play
why not play Palacio, Coutinho??
Today is the second consecutive complete game I see,
and I did not like the performance
listening to the commentators that the same lines as Roma-Inter, was, Pescara-Inter
and today were it not for the goal of Milito and Cassano, and this added to the inefficiency of Torino
the game had finished tied at zero or won by Torino
why not play Samuel and Sylvester?
Ranno and John had a good performance but not enough, many lost position, and disorder.
Today midfield from minute 60's did not contain the flyers Torino, only they saw the number.
It was not enough input Alvarez and Cassano, there missed Strama,
with the entry of Gargano could a little more presenciay order
earned but not played well
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Re: Internazionale de Milano thread

Postby jurgens » 2012 Sep 16, 23:11

They have europa league in the week, so seems like was playing weaker squad to rest players, experiment, and give others a try out.
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Re: Internazionale de Milano thread

Postby CHarper » 2012 Sep 17, 14:47

I understand that he wants to reserve players, but could have put minimum to Silvestre, defense look very messy, luckily it was not well used by Torino.
changes made ​​no sense, Alvarez? when he had to put another midfielder to help Guarin
Cassano?, When Much more was to enter Gargano or any other DMF
everyone saw the doubts that left the defense and midfield, all, but not Strama.
until he made the change to 81 minutes
Well, hopefully get better in the next match against Siena
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Re: Internazionale de Milano thread

Postby CHarper » 2012 Sep 21, 19:28

I saw the game again
and I do not understand the operation of the team,
defense and midfield disconnected
there is not clearly a midfield where no response or pressure on the ball,
Guarin had a terrible night, Gargano very disoriented.
Cambiasso can not lonely, Coutinho very hidden.
as said by the commentators
"very talented but everyone plays at their own pace"
there is no organization
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