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Curiously, Sinisa Mihajlovic also played for the 2 Rome clubs and Inter and he was left footed too.
 

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Welcome Kolarov.

Wish we'd got him 3 years ago, but still a good player.
 
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He should at least be able to score a freekick or two.
 

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Report: Kolarov passed medical at Inter

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Serbian full-back Aleksandar Kolarov has passed the medical at Inter and arrived at the club's headquarters, ready to sign with the Nerazzurri.

Tuttomercatoweb reveals the left-back has passed his medical and arrived in Viale della Liberazione to complete his move from Roma to Inter.

Kolarov will join Antonio Conte’s squad on a one-year deal with an option of a second and should sign for his third Serie A side in the next few hours.

The former Manchester City full-back has a history at Lazio too and the 34-year-old so far played 182 Serie A matches.
 

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ALEKSANDAR KOLAROV JOINS INTER

The Serbian defender has signed on a permanent basis
08/09/2020

MILAN – Aleksandar Kolarov is officially an Inter player. The Serb joins on a permanent deal from Roma.

You never get used to war, but to sirens you do. Or at least, that was the case for Aleksandar Kolarov and his friends. They were 14 years old and life in Belgrade was certainly different for them than it was for their contemporaries. No, it was punctured with air-raid sirens. Schools, closed. Days were spent playing football on the street, waiting for the siren’s wail.

This was challenged up to a certain point, though: the free football played by these lads went on past midnight, past the curfew. Passion and obsession, in a positive sense.

Aleksandar, born in 1985 and with a long career in the game behind him, has a visceral love for the football. From the Red Star Belgrade academy to Inter, via Čukarički Stankom, OFK Beograd, Lazio, Manchester City and Roma.

Above all though, via his back garden and games with his brother Nikola. Two games in particular: first, the two brothers would place the ball in the middle and race, from opposite ends, to contest it, like in water polo. Then, free kicks, looking for an impossible angle, with the neighbours waiting to shout at the boys from their balconies.

From the left full-back position, his game is one of motivation and discipline. And an air of seriousness that Aleksandar has always carried, at the cost of coming off a little surly. That he is not, he is simply Kolarov: a lover of the football, conscious of his own ability and with a desire, even at 35 years of age, to add pages to a story, which has seen him become captain of Serbia, of which he is very proud.

This is Aleksandar Kolarov: not just free kicks, which everyone knows so well. But a new Interista. #WelcomeKolarov

 

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Hi guys it’s been many years since I posted
It dammage7 if u see my posts from 2010-11
I miss those days when I used to troll on picking Mancini suazo and Nelson Rivas

i miss cruz

I miss it

hope to get my old account back
 

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Hi dude. Welcome back. :) I remember you being desperate for Inter to win the European Super Cup which we lost to Atletico.

Suazo wasn't a big success at Inter (certainly did more at Cagliari) but he scored some goals to help us win the 2007-2008 Scudetto, and Rivas was a rock in the Tardini game which decided the Scudetto that season, the Zlatan match. If I recall correctly Rivas was affected by injuries.

I think all Interisti appreciate Cruz.

@Firdaus can possibly help with your old account retrieval as he is well connected on XT.
 

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