Just a friendly reminder that Inter, at one point, had the luxury of fielding these 4 players at the same time.
Not really. Baggio was past it. Recoba never amounted to anthing, Zamorano was average, Vieri was top striker, but he didn't have the skillset of Neymar or Suarez who score just as much as he did.
I miss Vieri so much. The only reliable forward for the national team in the past 20 years. Big strong no nonsense striker that had great aerial ability and could finish from anywhere inside the box. He'd be the GOAT striker if he had a right foot. Shame he wasn't on the 2006 team.
Milan had a better team.
And that's forgetting shit like Van Basten, Rjikaard and shit that were around that time.
Well in the 90s there were more than just a handful of good teams, so some of them had to settle for the UEFA cup
You'd never see players of Ronaldo, Nesta, Nedved's etc. calibre in todays Europa League
ok, so MAYBE you should try what it means to win something other than a shitty summer tournament between neighborhoods before laughing a Uefa cup that came after centuries of darkness and that was the beginning of a journey that led 12 years later to win 5 tournaments of 6 in a year , and the fucking treble .
maybe you should try what it means to win something other than a shitty summer tournament between neighborhoods before laughing a Uefa cup that came after centuries of darkness and that was the beginning of a journey that led 12 years later to win 5 tournaments of 6 in a year, and the fucking triplete .
Now I remember it, you're right. Those two teams who were worst in the same league than the CL finalist with players that were sold to teams that actually could play the CL.
We're not talking about the 80s, this is the late 90s senpai
I don't know mate, in my case it meant biting the dust, falling as low as a team can fall, and end up winning 6 of 6 tournaments in a year and two trebles. But I respect your achivements and how you fell after that.
I remember these days...
Roberto Baggio is probably the best player Italy ever had. Pure class, intelligence and humilty. Too bad he got leg injury since he was young. Still, he given such amazing emotions with his playing.
How can his career be a flop if he never really cared about it?
He's always been a lazy bum, even 20 years ago when he was still playing here. He only ever cared about getting paid and having a few minutes in each match to have some fun.
Just a friendly reminder that Juventus, at one point, had the luxury of fielding these 3 executives at the same time.
and still couldn't win shit
5 maggio godo ancora
Oh fuck, a barcafag. Wins zillion of trophy in a tournament with 2 team, in a country where soccer team doesn't pay taxes, (it's easy in this case to spend 200 millions Euros every 6 months) and score 5 goals every match against opponents with 1% of their budget that doesn't defend at all. I remember that last time your invincible team got 4 goals in 2 match. Very good.
Don't even bother replying to spaniards that talk about italian football. For some reason they are always salty about it. You'd think that now that they have the best teams in the world, the best players in the world play in their league, and their NT has beaten Italy in all their last meetings since 2008 (including an euro final), their inferiority complex would have expired by now. But yet they still feel the need to shit on italian football every time they can, it's strange
Yeah, it's strange. Like their doping controls. Spain NT sucks at every competition for decades, then, from 2000, starts to win everything. But it's all clear, spanish are the best in the world.
Nope. He's fucking Taribo West, defender of inter and milan. He was one he roughest defender i've ever seen, destroyer of legs, knees and ancle. He's fucking mad. Now i think he's a pastor.