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Yea....Napoli self-destructing. Too bad we didn't get any help from them. Let's hope that we beat them in a few weeks time....
Did Spalletti just do this??
https://www.football-italia.net/118402/s...ve-quality
https://football-italia.net/118404/spall...rove-inter

Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

I hope this backfires on them badly!!! He literary called his players shit in public and went on to say that he basically can't improve them. He's done his best and he can't do it. I guess he is asking for new (better) players??

Either way, if he thinks this will spark a reaction from his team, I think he is wrong. There are a lot of 'primadonna" characters in that squad such as Perisic, Brozivic, Candreva, Icardi.......I don't think they'll take those comments lightly.
Interesting... Big Grin

Maybe the Inter team will react by tanking the season purposefully. Icon_lol2 One can always dream, I guess. Icon_lol2
(03-12-2018, 01:32 AM)nefremo Wrote: [ -> ]Did Spalletti just do this??
https://www.football-italia.net/118402/s...ve-quality
https://football-italia.net/118404/spall...rove-inter

Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

I hope this backfires on them badly!!! He literary called his players shit in public and went on to say that he basically can't improve them. He's done his best and he can't do it. I guess he is asking for new (better) players??

Either way, if he thinks this will spark a reaction from his team, I think he is wrong. There are a lot of 'primadonna" characters in that squad such as Perisic, Brozivic, Candreva, Icardi.......I don't think they'll take those comments lightly.

Classic Inter. Spaletti left no room for other interpretation there. It's a public slapping for both their players and management who got them for him in the first place (and failed to get the ones he wanted).
Inter actually put in probably the best performance in months last night. Napoli were dominant, but Inter could have won the match.

Spaletti's post match comments surprised me too. I'm not sure if he's trying to criticise the management or trying to light a fire under the players to prove him wrong. Either way, I watch with interest as it could lead to us being able to capitalise.

I'm not a fan of Spaletti and I mentioned hesitations I had about him leading this Inter back when he was hired. He's not a good man manager imo and he's dealing with some difficult egos there.

Napoli on the other hand just leave me baffled, as yesterday they seemed to be trying a bit to hard to score and it left them vulnerable at the back and looking nervous up front.
(03-12-2018, 01:32 AM)nefremo Wrote: [ -> ]Did Spalletti just do this??
https://www.football-italia.net/118402/s...ve-quality
https://football-italia.net/118404/spall...rove-inter

Well ,he certainly is not going to say - players are great but I'm shit coach and we can't improve because of that. Angel
The irony is Inter are roughly where they should be tbh, fighting for a top 4 spot. I know some people were hoping for more, but it would be very difficult to make a full recovery in competing for the title in 1 year.

Spaletti comments make no sense to me. Inter in the second half yesterday showed a spirit and fight against Napoli they haven't shown in ages. He should be taking the positive and trying to build on it, not calling his players shit (which they're not, even if he wanted others).

In other news, I've decided Lazio are by far the whiniest team in the league this season. They have had some legitimate complaints, but then also moan when VAR was used to make correct calls against them. I got a little annoyed with Inzaghi's attitude after the Italian Cup loss, as he kept talking about how they deserved to go through. It's always a case of the world and universe being against them it seems.
SPAL hand Napoli a massive gift tonight. Napoli must win to put some pressure back on Juve, but also because it means the title race is back to being up to them rather than praying Juve slip up.

Credit to SPAL too. I caught the last 20-25 minutes of the match and while they were defending the whole time, they did a really good job of protecting the result.
It still is very difficult for Napoli. Let's hope Juve get wrecked by Real. that's not an easy tie and it will definitely take a mental and physical toll on the Ladri.
Chiellini left the game at 80', claiming to be injured. However, I am pretty sure that's just Ladri's dirty trick of pulling him out of the upcoming "useless" friendlies.

Ladri tied the record of 10 consecutive Serie A games without conceding a goal. Previous record was theirs too.

I believe they are still unbeaten in 2018.