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http://www.sports.it/it/cmc/calcio/20044/cmc_62117.html

This is just mind blowing!!
Take a look at the team that Inter coudl have had today, had they been a club run in a sane and intelligent manner and not like the circus that they have been ever since Massimo Moratti took over, that is in 95...:howler:

--------------------------------S.Frey

C. Panucci-------M.Silvestre------M.Ferrari----R.Carlos

---------C. Seedorf--------R. Baggio-----A. Pirlo

A. Mutu---------------Ronaldo-----------------H. Crespo

The comments have been written by Mixet, a great poster at DM. Relax, read, enjoy, have a great laugh and bless Inter!!!:howler:

So many good players that has left Inter... Imagine if Moratti would have been sane:

----------------S Frey
C Panucci-M Silvestre-M Ferrari-R Carlos
------C Seedorf-R Baggio-A Pirlo
-------A Mutu-Ronaldo-H Crespo

Frey: has grown from a talent into one of Serie A's best keepers saving Parma time and time again during his time at the gialloblu.
Intertrista says: Toldo is better man! He is also a longterm solution!

Panucci: Came as a hasty solution to help out Roma's shaky defense and grew into a rock. Although a bit shaky of late, Inter still wasted him big time.
Intertrista says: Cannavaro still has a good rep!

Silvestre: Has grown immensly alongside Rio "puff puff pass" Ferdinand and is now a contender for a position in the French nationaleleven.
Intertrista says: Adani is world class! Haven't you seen his hair?

M Ferrari: Will probably go to the Euro'04 as backup. Solid and still has potential to become even better.
Intertrista says: Man don't even compare him with Gamarra! He is the fookin NT captain of some country in South America! Hell yeah!

R Carlos: Although a bit lame in defense he still is world class roaming up and down his flank providing spectacular efforts releasing his powerful shot or precise crosses.
Intertrista says: Coco is great! He is injured but... Pasquale! Yeah!

Seedorf: To the merdazzurris defense we should honestly admit that Clyde sucked rather much while playing for them. At Milan however we have seen good performances more often than ever at Inter.
Intertrista says: Lamouchi is priceless! When he plays that is.

R Baggio: Needs no introduction.
Intertrista says: Emre is way better. Punto è basta.

A Pirlo: Interista since his childhood and dumped while at the club he dreamed of representing. Grew into a champ and had a change of heart.
Intertrista says: Chino! Chino! Recoba!

A Mutu: Scored freely in Serie A before being snapped up by Romans Chelski.
Intertrista says: Andy van der Meyde is great dude! Have u seen his new haircut?

Ronaldo: Don't like the man but he knows how to score.
Intertrista says: That unthankful prick can sod off! Cruz is better technically and scores more.

H Crespo: One of the most prolific strikers in Italian football. His scoring stopped almost as soon as the ink dried on the Interdeal.
Intertrista says: Well, Oba still has better dancing moves!

GRAZIE MORATTI! PER SEMPRE UN GRANDE!
GOD BLESS INTER!!!:howler::howler:
 

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The bench? Who else than Lippi?:D
Also Lucescuo and Tardelli are great candidates as well, specially Tardelli...:howler::howler:

Cheers.;)
 

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San Siro said:


--------------------------------S.Frey

C. Panucci-------M.Silvestre------M.Ferrari----R.Carlos

---------C. Seedorf--------R. Baggio-----A. Pirlo

A. Mutu---------------Ronaldo-----------------H. Crespo


get real

that team would be spanked week in week out

RC could not be a leftaback in calcio, he would be exposed constantly, Panucci is a joke, cordoba is 10X the player he is and so are adani and canna (on his crap form too)

Silvestre is the product of no good french young defsm so they overrated him, if mexes was a tad older and had a partner for defence in france this guy would not even be in consideration.

Baggio could not start as his body would not handle it, also common that middle is a joke, it would be overran.

and the attack...common payman 3 players who love themselves more then anything else except for the $$$$$. that would be an anemic attack that could not make 5 passes as the primadonnas would each have to round 5 players before passing.


i know you like to mock inter but this is really pathetic, at least make a team that could function.
 

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Parma, if they kept all their players, could've had Buffon, Thuram, Cafu, Roberto Carlos, Junior, Frey, Adriano, Rivaldo (at his prime), Alex, Mutu, Crespo, Edmundo, Djalminha, etc...
 

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end3r7 said:
Parma, if they kept all their players, could've had Buffon, Thuram, Cafu, Roberto Carlos, Junior, Frey, Adriano, Rivaldo (at his prime), Alex, Mutu, Crespo, Edmundo, Djalminha, etc...
The only player I'm truly sorry we didn't get from Palmeiras is Arce. He's just :thumbsup:
As for the rest, well they're all crap anyway....
 

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enola said:
The only player I'm truly sorry we didn't get from Palmeiras is Arce. He's just :thumbsup:
As for the rest, well they're all crap anyway....
:eek:
Well, I can only say I totally disagree with you. :)
 

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Lav,
I know the team is not really balanced, however I posted this to show the kind of players our hilarious cousins could have had today. That's all. :)

End,
When did Roberto Carlos and Rivaldo play for Parma? Or are you counting the days of Palmeiras?

Cheers.;)
 

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San Siro said:

End,
When did Roberto Carlos and Rivaldo play for Parma? Or are you counting the days of Palmeiras?

Cheers.;)
Yes, Palmeiras had a deal with Parmalat. If Parma wanted them, they were theirs...
 

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We've had dsome great players wasted too also...
Not as much as Inter though, but that is just completely impossible.

Vieira and Davids notoriously would have made an incredible midfield duo.
 

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To be fair, Silvestre was utter cack in Serie A, and has only recently (last couple of seasons) shown signs of being otherwise in England/Europe.

Mutu was too stuck up when he was with Inter, once he grew up a bit he flourished.

The others are mostly worth a laugh though.
 

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San Siro said:
http://www.sports.it/it/cmc/calcio/20044/cmc_62117.html

This is just mind blowing!!
Take a look at the team that Inter coudl have had today, had they been a club run in a sane and intelligent manner and not like the circus that they have been ever since Massimo Moratti took over, that is in 95...:howler:

--------------------------------S.Frey

C. Panucci-------M.Silvestre------M.Ferrari----R.Carlos

---------C. Seedorf--------R. Baggio-----A. Pirlo

A. Mutu---------------Ronaldo-----------------H. Crespo

The comments have been written by Mixet, a great poster at DM. Relax, read, enjoy, have a great laugh and bless Inter!!!:howler:

So many good players that has left Inter... Imagine if Moratti would have been sane:

----------------S Frey
C Panucci-M Silvestre-M Ferrari-R Carlos
------C Seedorf-R Baggio-A Pirlo
-------A Mutu-Ronaldo-H Crespo

Frey: has grown from a talent into one of Serie A's best keepers saving Parma time and time again during his time at the gialloblu.
Intertrista says: Toldo is better man! He is also a longterm solution!

Panucci: Came as a hasty solution to help out Roma's shaky defense and grew into a rock. Although a bit shaky of late, Inter still wasted him big time.
Intertrista says: Cannavaro still has a good rep!

Silvestre: Has grown immensly alongside Rio "puff puff pass" Ferdinand and is now a contender for a position in the French nationaleleven.
Intertrista says: Adani is world class! Haven't you seen his hair?

M Ferrari: Will probably go to the Euro'04 as backup. Solid and still has potential to become even better.
Intertrista says: Man don't even compare him with Gamarra! He is the fookin NT captain of some country in South America! Hell yeah!

R Carlos: Although a bit lame in defense he still is world class roaming up and down his flank providing spectacular efforts releasing his powerful shot or precise crosses.
Intertrista says: Coco is great! He is injured but... Pasquale! Yeah!

Seedorf: To the merdazzurris defense we should honestly admit that Clyde sucked rather much while playing for them. At Milan however we have seen good performances more often than ever at Inter.
Intertrista says: Lamouchi is priceless! When he plays that is.

R Baggio: Needs no introduction.
Intertrista says: Emre is way better. Punto è basta.

A Pirlo: Interista since his childhood and dumped while at the club he dreamed of representing. Grew into a champ and had a change of heart.
Intertrista says: Chino! Chino! Recoba!

A Mutu: Scored freely in Serie A before being snapped up by Romans Chelski.
Intertrista says: Andy van der Meyde is great dude! Have u seen his new haircut?

Ronaldo: Don't like the man but he knows how to score.
Intertrista says: That unthankful prick can sod off! Cruz is better technically and scores more.

H Crespo: One of the most prolific strikers in Italian football. His scoring stopped almost as soon as the ink dried on the Interdeal.
Intertrista says: Well, Oba still has better dancing moves!

GRAZIE MORATTI! PER SEMPRE UN GRANDE!
GOD BLESS INTER!!!:howler::howler:
That other chap was right, this is sad mockery taken to the extreme. (you'll never get me to look at Milan the way I look at Juve though!)

Frey - Toldo's not a long term solution, but he IS a better keeper.

Panucci - Come on now. He's decent, but do the words Zanetti and Javier mean anything to anyone?

Silvestre - LOL. Maybe he can live in kick and rush land, but in Italy he didn't look like a player.

Ferrari - Admittedly, I don't know a lot about this guy. People were talking him up, but if he is that good why not show it with us? I can't really have a situation like "Oh, look at that player we had centuries ago, man I wish we had him now." He's obviously a different player now.

R.Carlos - .....How long ago was that? 8 years ago. Sure, if we could alter the passage of time, we could bring back Herrera to coach and Suarez and Mazzola to strengthen the team.

Seedorf - HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! As soon as this guy has a decent season, give me a phone.

Baggio - As I remember, he failed to recapture his Juve form at Milan also, and since he was younger with you.....

Pirlo - .....We could use him now. But it's another case of player leaving the pressure cooker of Inter and then playing well.

Mutu - He's a bit better now than he was when we brought him in, don't you think? We didn't "miss" him when he was chugging along at Verona.

Ronaldo - Sure, we miss the huge hospital bills and home porn bills that "he didn't watch, must be a mistake".

Crespo - ....Um...............Look over there!
 

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Baggio is the player you never used enough!!!!

he is the number 10 you have needed so desperately for the last few years!!!! OK maybe hes old now but you shouldnt have sold him when you did because you still needed him!!!!

Inter need to realise that they won't ever win serie A again until they actualyl let a team settle down and get use to each other!!!

Look at Milan, they did well last year, so they dont just spoil it with hundreds of transfers... they just buy what they need, no more, no less!!! Same with ROma, even though we had a disgusting season last year, we only have 4 new players in the squad, and 1/2 of which were already owned by us anyway!!!
 

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Re: Re: The Dream Team that vanished!!!

ViscaBarcaInter said:
That other chap was right, this is sad mockery taken to the extreme. (you'll never get me to look at Milan the way I look at Juve though!)

Frey - Toldo's not a long term solution, but he IS a better keeper.

Panucci - Come on now. He's decent, but do the words Zanetti and Javier mean anything to anyone?

Silvestre - LOL. Maybe he can live in kick and rush land, but in Italy he didn't look like a player.

Ferrari - Admittedly, I don't know a lot about this guy. People were talking him up, but if he is that good why not show it with us? I can't really have a situation like "Oh, look at that player we had centuries ago, man I wish we had him now." He's obviously a different player now.

R.Carlos - .....How long ago was that? 8 years ago. Sure, if we could alter the passage of time, we could bring back Herrera to coach and Suarez and Mazzola to strengthen the team.

Seedorf - HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! As soon as this guy has a decent season, give me a phone.

Baggio - As I remember, he failed to recapture his Juve form at Milan also, and since he was younger with you.....

Pirlo - .....We could use him now. But it's another case of player leaving the pressure cooker of Inter and then playing well.

Mutu - He's a bit better now than he was when we brought him in, don't you think? We didn't "miss" him when he was chugging along at Verona.

Ronaldo - Sure, we miss the huge hospital bills and home porn bills that "he didn't watch, must be a mistake".

Crespo - ....Um...............Look over there!
Good, so Moratti has done a terrific job :)
 

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Could've been an amazing team eh?
 
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