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How the story played out is not out in the media yet. What's out in the media is what Marotta is feeding them, just like he always does. "The player wanted to leave".

Well fuck him.

The same player "wanted to leave" but refused any bid that came uninvited or after being shopped around by the same management that's toying with the fans through their mouthpieces. He even refused to speak to PSG until freaking November when he realized that he's not valued at Inter... And he was under bid by PSG and didn't even want to listen to their offer... Yet one thing changed. And that wasn't Skriniar...
How may of those supposed bidds did inter ever accept?
Like common you really wanna believe skri wanted to stay here at all cost until we listened o psg s offer and then refused it? And now he s leaving over us coming 1 mio short? Give me a fucken break...
Also LOL he refused to speak to psg and then agreed to join them in the shortest time ever? Common

To me it s very obvious skri wanted out and all that i m gonna stay i love inter blah blah was just pure BS. If he d love inter and it s fans he d have the decency to sign a contract with a 30mio buy out so the Broke club who he supposedly loves can at least make some money of his ass, but noooo he rather gets that sign on bonus.

Again this is all well within his rights but if you do this dont tell me BS like i love this club blah blah blah...
 
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Management tried to fuck him over more than once, so he can’t get a bit of revenge back?

He’s been nothing but a professional on the pitch and solid for us in his time at Inter.

That time is over now thanks to Zhang/ management.

No project, no ambition other than to stay afloat and ultimately no joy in the road ahead.

Aww yeah, and no money!!!!

Let’s not turn on Skriniar because he wants to leave and instead point our anger to the real villains which are our incompetent Owners/ management.


Yes we turn on Skriniar. Sorry but that's just how it goes.
 

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How may of those supposed bidds did inter ever accept?
Like common you really wanna believe skri wanted to stay here at all cost until we listened o psg s offer and then refused it? And now he s leaving over us coming 1 mio short? Give me a fucken break...
Also LOL he refused to speak to psg and then agreed to join them in the shortest time ever? Common

To me it s very obvious skri wanted out and all that i m gonna stay i love inter blah blah was just pure BS. If he d love inter and it s fans he d ave the decency to sign a contract with a 30mio buy out so the Broke club who he supposedly loves can at least make some money of his ass, but noooo he rather gets that sign on bonus.

Again this is all well within his rights but if you do this dont tell me BS like i love this club blah blah blah...
Exactly, because the case is not that we low balled, we gave him a good contract offer. One of the best players in the squad, one of the best paid in the whole Serie A.
 

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Exactly, because the case is not that we low balled, we gave him a good contract offer. One of the best players in the squad, one of the best paid in the whole Serie A.
This plus as i pointed out multiple times if the difference between the two parties was lower than 1 mio which was claimed often then there is no way inter would let a 50 to 70 mio asset walk for freee over 1 fucking mio.....

Management fucked up big time here but the fuck up they made was believing skriniar and his loyality bs
 

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Exactly. That was the big fuck up by the directors.

I would consider that as a sackable offence if it came purely from our management. And of course if we had a good replacement lined up which obviously is not the case.

But there's so much we don't know since some rumors say Zhang blocked the sale of Skriniar in the summer which sounds almost more terrible scenario (president interfering to our sporting project like thinking he's some Massimo Moratti).
 

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Exactly. This shit is getting ridiculous, people here blaming Marotta because they already made up their mind before he joined that he came from Juve so that = everything he does is bad. Same for Conte

Like give it a rest you’re not some Ultra. You’re from fucking Greece who began supporting Inter because Karagounis, who was shit for us mind you, was playing for us. Lord knows where we would be without Marotta
 

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Management tried to fuck him over more than once, so he can’t get a bit of revenge back?
Please, explain how the management fucked him more than once?
And don't go with the narrative, that Inter was shopping him around despite the will of the player, because this is not a true. See Zaniolo, who is really forced to leave, there is nothing common with Skriniar's case. Also, about the delaying contracts - Skriniar is not the first one being in this situation and won't be the last most probably, until the Zhangs are here.
Aww yeah, and no money!!!!
Does he play for free?! Because with last Inter's offer he would have been the best paid CB in Italy and in top 3 at Inter, matching Brozo and Lautaro.
Let’s not turn on Skriniar because he wants to leave and instead point our anger to the real villains which are our incompetent Owners/ management.
Our owners are shit, it's true, but when one wants to leave, one usually express his intention in some ways. Saying that you want to stay and taking the captain's armband is not this way.
 

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Marotta want sell Skriniar... Fans angry. Look what happen... Better sell him for 60 million.. now we only get nothing.

We can sign Bremer plus Milenkovic last year... Now we get nothing.
 

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Fact is: we don’t know what exactly happend. It could be Bepe wanted to balance to books with a Skriniar sale, but Zhang blocked. Or maybe Skriniar blocked because he wanted to stay at Inter, or because he knew he could get a big signing fee next year.

Fact is also: If Skriniar stays he do have the choise to sign an extension with a clause (like Bremer did with Torino). If he isn’t willing to do that, he doesn’t give a shit about Inter (can’t blame him, it’s his job), but he IS a snake piece of shit because of his statements about his love for Inter.

Would love to bench his ass in that scenario. Sadly we can’t.
 

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Just bench him to the end of season.
 

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These will be loooooong four months for Skriniar till the end of the season.

I'm curious to see the fans reaction when he steps on the field, his behaviour during the matches and etc.

Anyway, the enviroment will be very toxic.
 

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I must admit that I am seriously disappointed in Skriniar. All his words and actions ultimately meant nothing. Whether it's the club's fault or Skriniar himself is clear. If the management did any of their work well, we would have extended his contract long ago. He made his choice. That choice has fallen on money and that is something he must know for himself. But come out like a man and don't try to run from your own decisions. He now tries to leave for Paris like a thief in the night. Such a farewell does not deserve such a player, but he made it all by himself.

Materazzi was absolutely right in his comment. He will never feel the love anywhere like he felt in Giuseppe Meazza. This only shows that we support a club and never the players. EVERY player is replaceable and plays for himself. What a fucked up display this has been.


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I must admit that I am seriously disappointed in Skriniar. All his words and actions ultimately meant nothing. Whether it's the club's fault or Skriniar himself is clear. If the management did any of their work well, we would have extended his contract long ago. He made his choice. That choice has fallen on money and that is something he must know for himself. But come out like a man and don't try to run from your own decisions. He now tries to leave for Paris like a thief in the night. Such a farewell does not deserve such a player, but he made it all by himself.

Materazzi was absolutely right in his comment. He will never feel the love anywhere like he felt in Giuseppe Meazza. This only shows that we support a club and never the players. EVERY player is replaceable and plays for himself. What a fucked up display this has been.


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Post this on his Instagram account.
 

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For those making someone’s promise or words accountable, where are you living?

In the real world, agreements are made by way of written documents called contracts, and you either have it signed or you don’t.

Marotta can make tribal pacts with people all he wants but it’s the signed contract that speaks in the end.

Similarity, if Škriniar suffered a career ending injury, without signing a contract, is Marotta going backdate a contract to when they verbally discussed it?

Come on people
 
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Like I said it could be worse. He could do Hakan or Bonucci and join beelan or rube for free. Thats the real piece of shit in my book.
 

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For those making someone’s promise or words accountable, where are you living?

In the real world, agreements are made by way of written documents called contracts, and you either have it signed or you don’t.

Marotta can make tribal pacts with people all he wants but it’s the signed contract that speaks in the end.

Similarity, if Škriniar suffered a career ending injury, without signing a contract, is Marotta going backdate a contract to when they verbally discussed it?

Come on people
People should really look up Isaiah Thomas' story lol and he was a dumbass for not priotizing himself.
 

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For those making someone’s promise or words accountable, where are you living?

In the real world, agreements are made by way of written documents called contracts, and you either have it signed or you don’t.

Marotta can make tribal pacts with people all he wants but it’s the signed contract that speaks in the end.

Similarity, if Škriniar suffered a career ending injury, without signing a contract, is Marotta going backdate a contract to when they verbally discussed it?

Come on people
We live in the world which is beyond North American borders and we still trust verbal agreements and given promises here.
 

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We live in the world which is beyond North American borders and we still trust verbal agreements and given promises here.
Not really. The point is that Marotta isn’t an amateur, he knows the game and he got burned.

This whole thing about Skriniar wasn’t transparent isn’t how things work. Marotta has a job and it’s not based on subjective beliefs but concrete facts.

Skriniar had 1 year left on his contract in the summer and this was the last time to cash in on him. Offer on the table from another club or clubs was always a real scenario, you counter by making an offer - real contract offer. If you don’t have a signature, you approach with caution and weigh the risks.
 
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