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    Marcelo Brozović

    He's not on a downturn. But our team has moved on to a different style of play since he got injured. More aggressive and less dependent on him recycling possession.
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    Matteo Darmian

    Guess that's why
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    Danilo D'Ambrosio

    Even Acerbi would have been a better player in the LWB position. This is totally on Inzaghi. But the red card by the end was unnecessary, particularly when we've already lost Gosens on the flank.
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    Matteo Darmian

    Surpassed every expectation. Grande Darmian
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    Danilo D'Ambrosio

    He’s a legend in my book and a loyal servant for the club. But sadly his time in a top club is up.
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    Federico Dimarco

    Clueless tonight. Deserves to share his starting spot with Gosens
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    Edin Džeko

    Just your typical 2nd half of the season Dzeko. To be fair he still runs and defends a bit more than Lukaku though. That makes him a perfect striker for the last 20 mins of the game
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    Hakan Çalhanoğlu

    Tempting to think we could play double regista with Barella upfront against lower table taems
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    André Onana

    What was he and Dzeko arguing about?
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    Sampdoria - Inter (13 Feb 23) [0-0]

    NEVER underestimate a Serie A opponent on an away game. The tactical discipline of lower table teams can be trickier to deal with than a brainfarted top fight. Fingers crossed Mkhi and Dzeko will get some rest.
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    Joaquín Correa

    We're stuck with him till 2025. If a EPL club is willing to absorb his 3.5M wages, just get him on loan and free up a space. His confidence is shattered and won't be of much use anyway.
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    Romelu Lukaku

    Scenario 1: He regains his form and leaves in summer. We end on good terms. Scenario 2: He regains his form and stays fit for another season. He and Dzeko will partner with Lautaro throughout the season. But we'll need to sign 2 free strikers after 2023/24. Scenario 3: He regains his form then...
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    Nicolò Barella

    He's clearly exhausted after covering 75% of the field left right and centre. Arguably him and Lautaro are the 2 most indispensable players in our team, even slightly ahead of Bastoni and Calha. There's simply no clear deputy for his role.
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    Milan Škriniar

    Renewal saga-aside his performance has dropped significantly this season. Darmian is not the perfect solution but at least he provides a bit more speed and athleticism there. Since there's rarely a Giroud/Lukaku-sized winger in Serie A, I'm actually cool with seeing less of Skriniar from now on...
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    Joaquín Correa

    Recoba was useful whenever he played. Sensi to a lesser degree but you feel his presence. But with Correa we are down to 10 men cos he runs away from the ball
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    Joaquín Correa

    Not to demean any female footballers, who earn much less than their male counterparts. But most players in the Women's EURO had more grinta than Correa. This is unacceptable considering the wage he's getting on top of the price we paid for him. In any normal commercial enterprise, he'd have been...
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    Matteo Darmian

    This. I wouldn't overhype him though. But he's a useful member of the squad. Worst case scenario, he could even be our LCB for 15-20 mins. The versatility alone would guarantee him minutes, which translates into match fitness. For me, that's enough.
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    Romelu Lukaku

    So bad. But at least he wants the ball, unlike Correa who's literally running away from it
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    Henrikh Mkhitaryan

    When will Mkhi die of exhaustion? I really like him but there's gotta be a limit on how long he'll last if he plays week in and week out
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    Roberto Gagliardini