Toninu + Ojap, you two are dreaming of 11 chinese or maltese starting for Inter, others do not want this to happen. Deal with it. Your opinions means less than others. :troll:
ok, your opinions are not worthless, but not any better than others.
I wanna see many italians in Inter. Pronto.
(or players from Primavera team)
We should offer wage raise for Jonathan, Chivu and Silvestre. 5 year deals 4 millions a year?
Yeah, and sell Bardi, Bianchetti, Caldirola, Pasa, Benassi, Duncan for 0,1 M each.....
Yes, I would also like to see more homegrown players in the team, of course. But these young players aren't only Italians, last I checked Duncan, Livaja and Olsen were not Italian.
That was never said. In fact, those three should go.
He was just confronting the fact that many members on the forum have unnecessary biases towards certain nationalities, e.g. in fielding a largely italian squad.
Tbh that's a stupid idea.
We should field a squad that can win.
And go look up what Internazionale means as a club, why it was founded.
Inter wouldn't have won any Scudetti if not for Calciopoli
Winning? that is the plan. Winning serie a, coppa, champions league. Everything. And to do this I believe Inter gonna need more italians in the squad. Why? because of the economy, because of FFP. The FFP is forcing Inter to rethink the strategy. Income has decreased, expenses must be cut. To do this the Primavera is the way to go. You see. It's a plan backing my thoughts, not just random italian-ranting.
Since Inter fans are right-wingers you should accept the fact that many do not advocate 'multiculturalism'.
According to certain experts on this thread, Daniele De Rossi, an Italian desperate to get out of Roma who is available for as little as €12m is a naive and impossible transfer suggestion for Inter, yet Ojap believes we can realistically attain Paulinho, who's agreed to join Spurs for €18m and pair him with Gustavo, currently playing for the best team in Europe, and who'd cost at least the same as Paulinho. What kind of people are we dealing with here?!
I can't wait for Nocerino to score the winner against Juve next season and see how certain people on this forum react.
Of course it is good to integrate Primavera players into the squad, but if they are not ready, if they haven't gotten the necessary physical development, you can't expect anything. Likely we'll be outmuscled and pushed down into relegation zone if we force them into the squad.
And why do the players we put into the squad from the Primavera have to be Italian? How does ethnicity in any way relate to footballing ability? I respect your economic argument, but your ethnic one is simply misguided and idiotic (or I'm just understanding your comments wrong, because it's not entirely clear).
Since you didn't do your research, allow me to do it for you:
Internazionale was founded against racism, to make a stand against the nationalists at Milan. It entirely advocates for multiculturalism as a club, and as a result has been dubbed a non-Italian club by the Italian media.
What this club means has nothing to do with the extremist ultras now.