Spalletti: Inter Deserve Three Full Points

Spalletti: Inter Deserve Three Full Points

Luciano Spalletti insists that Inter Milan deserve a full three points when they win over Hellas Verona although they should be able to play better kaisar123.com.

Thanks to the 2-1 victory, the Nerazzuri successfully keep the distance with the top standings. Where the team returned to keep the second position standings Juventus shift position.

Inter Milan currently have 29 points from 11 matches that have been undertaken, or one point ahead of Juventus and two points behind Napoli,

“It’s clear if we’re used to something different. We ask them to play with a flat ball, build an attack from behind, but there are always moments when you can be at risk, “he told local media.

“The fact that they are trying to play is good, because if you have six players who always try to break down the midfield it’s good. That’s what we always try to do. “

Dzeko: I should be able to score more goals

Dzeko: I should be able to score more goals

Edin Dzeko admits he can score more goals after Roma’s 3-0 win over Hellas Verona.

The Bosnian national team managed to score a second goal after Radja Nainggolan managed to carve the first goal in the match at the Stadio Olimpico.

“It’s important to win tonight. I think we should still be able to score more goals, and that includes me, but in the end we won. We have to keep playing like this and get stronger, “he told media.

Dzeko became the media spotlight after a draw against Roma against Atletico Madrid for complaining that he felt isolated in the tactics that had been drafted by Eusebio Di Francesco.

“I’m not criticizing our football this week. We have to focus on the bigger things because in Rome we rarely win a match like this. If we focus on that, Roma will be a better team. ”

“Everyone is concentrating and I hope we can keep this up.”

Borja Valero Became Successor Alvaro Recoba at Inter Milan

Borja Valero Became Successor Alvaro Recoba at Inter Milan

Borja Valero officially became a new member of Inter Milan on Tuesday (07/11/2017). The 32-year-old midfielder was immediately introduced on the sidelines of the training camp’s training camp in Riscone, Brunico.

Transfer Borja Valero from Fiorentina to Inter Milan was effective after sliding confirmation from both sides.

The day before, the Spanish players melakoni medical tests and immediately joined the crew I Nerazzurri, Inter Milan nickname, to Brunico.

“Borja Valero Iglesias is officially an Inter player and the Spanish midfielder has signed a three-year contract with the club,” the statement said on Inter Milan’s official website.

Inter recruits dropout Real Madrid academy with transfer fees reportedly reached 5.5 million euros (about Rp 84 billion), plus an extra 1.5 million bonus depending on its performance later.

In Tuesday’s introductory session, Borja Valero immediately chose a new costume number. He chose the number 20 that was already attached to his back when defending Fiorentina (2012-2017).

Personally, number 20 is already familiar with Borja, but not so full of memories in the Inter Milan squad.

If narrowed down in the last two decades alone, maybe Alvaro Recoba is the number 20 most famous user in the Nerazzurri.

The former Uruguayan offensive player strengthened Inter in 1997-2007 while interspersed on loan to Venezia (1998-1999).

Total, Recoba recorded 262 appearances with ornaments 72 goals during uniformed Inter. He left the memories pretty good.

Sulley Muntari may also be counted as the number 20 user who is vital even if it is just a seasonal wear (2008-2009).

In addition to them, other number 20 users can not be categorized as stable shine. Call it Jocelyn Angloma (1996-1997), Gilberto (1998-2000), Ruben Botta (2013-2014), or Joel Obi (2010-2015).

When Inter undergo historic season with treble achievement in 2009-2010, costume number 20 was vacant because Muntari chose the number 11.

The last user is Trent Sainsbury, an Australian defender on loan from Jiangsu Suning, who only appeared once, in the last week of Serie A, the first caste of the Italian League, last season.