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Thuram was rated higher in 23, even tho he just had the best season in his career last year.
I dont really care, cause i am playing pes and fix some of the ratings myself, but some of the ratings are just weird. And not only for Inter. Its obvious these guys only look at the Premier league and dont really care for others.
 

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Thuram was rated higher in 23, even tho he just had the best season in his career last year.
I dont really care, cause i am playing pes and fix some of the ratings myself, but some of the ratings are just weird. And not only for Inter. Its obvious these guys only look at the Premier league and dont really care for others.
FIFA game is in the PL's pocket for 15 years now.

That's why it grew in marketing even if it was also shit during the PS3 era and that's why ut attracts the same kind of low attention span fanbase/gamers.
 

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Since when is 79 a bad rating?

I'm still beating PSGs with Nice and Norwich, most players are nowhere close to 79. It's not about the rating, it's about who is holding the controller.
 

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Since when is 79 a bad rating?

I'm still beating PSGs with Nice and Norwich, most players are nowhere close to 79. It's not about the rating, it's about who is holding the controller.

The rating is creating a narrative.

I don't think most people who view and/or comment on FIFA ratings have even played the game in years.
 

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Nothing surprising here. We've managed to get around 60-65k in Sunday lunch time. Inter fans are special. Such a shame we have been through them dark years for quite a long time, but even with that, Interisti were still there, loyal as always.
 

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Nothing surprising here. We've managed to get around 60-65k in Sunday lunch time. Inter fans are special. Such a shame we have been through them dark years for quite a long time, but even with that, Interisti were still there, loyal as always.

People are really being over dramatic about this. Inter has historically never been the sort of club that win major trophies after trophies, it really only happened twice in the history with La Grande Inter in 1960s and in the 2006-2010 period. In most other periods Inter won typically one major trophy every 8-13 years. The only other times Inter won in close succession was late 1930s and early 1940 and in the mid 1950s.
 

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People are really being over dramatic about this. Inter has historically never been the sort of club that win major trophies after trophies, it really only happened twice in the history with La Grande Inter in 1960s and in the 2006-2010 period. In most other periods Inter won typically one major trophy every 8-13 years. The only other times Inter won in close succession was late 1930s and early 1940 and in the mid 1950s.

Inter is no Real Madrid when it comes to European pedigree but at the same time, Inter has always been a relevant team in European competitions whilst being one of the most decorated teams domestically. So, my point was that during these banter years we have been stacked with below average players, poor coaches and everything else.

My point wasn't related mainly to winning trophies because even back in the day while we finished seasons trophyless, we still had fantastic players in the team, was still exciting to watch Inter and so on. While during that period of post treble, we were complete garbage, no ambitious of winning, no nothing.

On another note, Inter had to play in a corrupt system where it was designed for a certain team to win everything, so of course Inter was/is way behind that certain team when it comes to number of trophies.
 

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Inter is no Real Madrid when it comes to European pedigree but at the same time, Inter has always been a relevant team in European competitions whilst being one of the most decorated teams domestically. So, my point was that during these banter years we have been stacked with below average players, poor coaches and everything else.

My point wasn't related mainly to winning trophies because even back in the day while we finished seasons trophyless, we still had fantastic players in the team, was still exciting to watch Inter and so on. While during that period of post treble, we were complete garbage, no ambitious of winning, no nothing.

On another note, Inter had to play in a corrupt system where it was designed for a certain team to win everything, so of course Inter was/is way behind that certain team when it comes to number of trophies.

In the 1990s it was also largely up and down in terms of performance, Inter wasn’t really the sort of team that consistently was at the utmost top year out/in, the same was really the case throughout much of the clubs history. There been years at the top winning and competing for trophies and there been years at sub top level, some at mid table and even a few near relegation. Inter never really been the sort of team playing at any sort of consistency, it’s always been the sort of spikes where the team blossom and then periods where the team didn’t really perform all that well.

Inter is not a Real, Juve or Bayern type of team and most likely will never turn into one.

Inter are one of the most decorated because the club has existed for so long and owners and presidents etc. been able and willing to get the club competitive at least once ever decade. It also helped that the club resides in the wealthiest part of the country in one of the major financial centres.

But Inter started to suffer because Italy as a whole did. Inter was of course going to be hit by the general financial circumstances that it existed within it was never going to go free of it.

Moratti was at the end of the road and he had to find a successor but there where no Italian billionaire who had the finances or lust to take over a club he has indebted to basically above its value, so he was forced too look for abroad investors who would take the high risk and he unfortunately choose a poor asian charlatan with no money, on top Uefa ffp really hit Italian teams extremely hard.. leaving the club in a unbearable situation with massive dept and regulations it under no circumstances could live up too. The banter years was the logical consequence of being caught in regulation and having a poor charlatan owner.

No the System never loved Inter, its no surprise really as Inter started as the rebel fraction


si chiamerà Internazionale, perché noi siamo fratelli del mondo

Not really something the system of Italy is ever going to love. Ironic we have the ultras we have.
 
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Thuram was rated higher in 23, even tho he just had the best season in his career last year.
I dont really care, cause i am playing pes and fix some of the ratings myself, but some of the ratings are just weird. And not only for Inter. Its obvious these guys only look at the Premier league and dont really care for others.

FIFA doesn’t even have Brazil any more.

All epl players are mid 80s. Man U/city/chelsea are all high 80s
 

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Looking back at the 2006-7 roster and some old videos... what a fuck up by Mancini. That team should have walked out of the season with a tripleta! Had Adriano been okay mentally, no matter who coached the team, it'd be an automatic tripleta!
 

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Mancini was similar to Conte in the Champions League. He was only able to take the team as far as the quarter-finals and that was his threshold. Similarly, Conte could qualify for the competition each season but could not get past the group stages.

Mancini's failures ensured the arrival of a coach that would be able to take us a couple of steps further: Mourinho.
 

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Mancini was similar to Conte in the Champions League. He was only able to take the team as far as the quarter-finals and that was his threshold. Similarly, Conte could qualify for the competition each season but could not get past the group stages.

Mancini's failures ensured the arrival of a coach that would be able to take us a couple of steps further: Mourinho.
I know I know.. but still


You have a roster of
Julio Cesar
Toldo


Samuel
Materazzi
Cordoba
Burdisso

Zanetti
Maicon
Grosso
Maxwell

Cambiasso
Stankovic
Vieira
Dacourt

Solari
Figo
Recoba
Mariano Gonzalez

Ibrahimovic
Crespo
Adriano
Cruz


And you only managed to win Serie A which was decided by mid February and got your ass handed to you in the Coppa Italia with the 1st final being one of the worst Inter games we've seen in the last 20 years, which also was your trophy for the previous two seasons. And you failed to beat Valencia in the CL, albeit there was a lot of blame on Julio Cesar in that first leg. We'd probably lose to Mourinho's Chelsea, but that team shouldn't. And if all draws were the same, we'd definitely beat Liverpool in the semis. And we'd play Milan in Athens for the final. And what a final that'd be...

Ffs, how on earth did that team not win the Champions League? Lost in the R16 ffs... And yeah I know we had a lot of injuries, but look at this side :D
 

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LOL how often did Vieira play though, basically like Sanchez? (Injured most of the time, then play national team looping...)
Also did Figo and Mancini hate each other that season, I remember how it started though, I think we were playing against a Turkish team and started Solari for more defensive purpose and ask Figo to sub in and he refused LOL.

The team looks so great on paper, but we always did back then, no? Burdisso, a CB that can hat-trick LOL

Yea I like Mancini, but for hell I was disappointed all those years, like even today I don't understand why we didn't get a CL, I always blamed on Mancini built a system to do a day in day out work in the league, but not dominating and robust enough for knock outs, I thought we were the strongest too back then, and the teams that knocked us out? That is the most ridiculous part.

No the System never loved Inter, its no surprise really as Inter started as the rebel fraction
Feels like that is part of the charm of Inter, this club really is special in a few perspective, not like your normal popular club.
 

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Yea I like Mancini, but for hell I was disappointed all those years, like even today I don't understand why we didn't get a CL, I always blamed on Mancini built a system to do a day in day out work in the league, but not dominating and robust enough for knock outs, I thought we were the strongest too back then, and the teams that knocked us out? That is the most ridiculous part.

Mancini gave us stability but at the same time he was so damn frustrating. He was a relatively new coach and wanted to surround the locker room with his allies, so he onboarded guys like Sinissa, Cesar, Veron, we locked Favalli on a free the moment we agreed to hire him in the spring of 2004... and I mean that was okay, most were good decisions, apart from Cesar which made no sense with Solari and Kily there already.

Solari was mistreated, Figo was mistreated.

The worst part of Mancini was how he handled the season after the season breaking season. We went from being one of the most fluid teams in Europe to a team that relied on physicality and a few players' individual quality. We had to rely on Zlatan almost exclusively from the forwards, we needed Maicon to make his runs count and whenever Figo was playing, he had to work some magic and Stankovic had to score from everywhere. Rewind and you see a team that had too much quality, and we ended up with a semi-broken team that was a few injuries away from a crisis.
 

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honestly the biggest problem was Mancini

he couldn't do shit in Europe with unlimited budget and a better team with Manchester City either
 

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I'm thinking about hanging this bracelet on my rearview mirror. Anyone has it? How does it look in real life?

 

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Many of you probably have seen this but I highly recommend watching this if you haven't.

This is a very well documented recap of the Angelo -> Massimo Moratti era up till the treble year.

TV quality production done by an individual. simply amazing stuff.
 
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