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Old 07-11-2007, 05:11   #2061
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fuckin old lion you the man inzagol !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-11-2007, 08:19   #2062
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He only tied Muller's record? I thought he'd passed it.


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Old 07-11-2007, 09:34   #2063
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pippo has always shined for us in CL
just hope he helps us out in serieA as well
great game thnx to inzaghi


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Old 07-11-2007, 13:16   #2064
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He only tied Muller's record? I thought he'd passed it.
I read that he is 7 goals away from Muller's record ....
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Inzaghi still going strong at 62


Last time Filippo Inzaghi scored two goals in a European game, AC Milan defeated Liverpool FC 2-1 in the UEFA Champions League final to lift the trophy in Athens five months ago. His double strike in the 3-0 win against FC Shakthar Donetsk on Tuesday may not be as important but the game will always be special for the Rossoneri striker as it saw him equal Gerd Müller's record of 62 UEFA club competition goals.

'Real records'
Inzaghi came on as a 63rd-minute substitute and three minutes later broke the deadlock after an astute pass from Andrea Pirlo. The striker then made the second goal for Kaká and sealed the win in added time to equal Müller's record. "The two UEFA Champions League trophies I won with Milan are the real records for me," the 34-year-old said. "The nights in Manchester and Athens will always have a special place in my heart. Still, I like to break records and prove people wrong who say I'm too old."

Grateful striker
Inside the penalty box he is as selfish as a predatory striker should be but he was quick to share the plaudits for his record with his team-mates. "I have been lucky enough to play in this team for many years," he added. "Without my team-mates I would have never scored so many. As soon as I came on, [Andrea] Pirlo told me to go deep to put their defence in trouble and soon afterwards he gave me a great ball. Kaká also provided a perfect assist to let me score the third."

Lean spell
Inzaghi had not scored since 18 September with Alberto Gilardino's return to form forcing him on to the bench in recent weeks. "He worked hard even though I didn't give him the chance to play," coach Carlo Ancelotti said. "He was great both on the pitch and while preparing for this game." Gilardino is in good form and Ronaldo will resume playing soon, but should Milan reach the final in Moscow, Ancelotti will certainly think twice before starting without Inzaghi in attack.

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AC Milan lifted themselves clear at the Group D summit as three second-half goals earned a flattering 3-0 victory at FC Shakhtar Donetsk, on a night when Filippo Inzaghi equalled Gerd Müller's record of 62 UEFA club competition goals.

Proven class
Scoreless at half-time, the UEFA Champions League holders made their class tell after the restart, and it was substitute Inzaghi who did much of the damage. Introduced on 63 minutes, he took just three minutes to find the breakthrough, thrashing the ball into the corner of the net after being released by Andrea Pirlo. Kaká added a second soon after, before Inzaghi sealed the win in added time.

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The crowd had observed an impeccable minute's silence in honour of Milan legend Nils Liedholm who died on Monday at the age of 85. In freezing temperatures in Donetsk it was heart-warming stuff and both teams began with purpose. Serginho tested Andriy Pyatov with a long-range effort before the hosts could pose a threat themselves. But having warned his players before kick-off about the need to improve their defending at set-pieces, Mircea Lucescu's side then went close twice themselves from dead-ball situations.

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Răzvan Raţ fizzed a free-kick narrowly wide from nearly 30 metres on eight minutes, and when Milan committed a foul nearer the touchline soon after it was Jadson who took charge. The forward delivered a pinpoint cross that Dmytro Chygrynskiy, in space, contrived to direct straight into the arms of Dida. Milan were lacking their usual creativity but a simple long ball almost proved deadly – Alberto Gilardino collected possession inside the box but had his shot well-blocked.

Serginho struggle
Gilardino threatened again midway through the half, Serginho's cross just evading him, yet gradually Shakhtar came into their own as memories of their 4-1 defeat in the reverse fixture a fortnight ago faded. Milan left-back Serginho was struggling to cope with the presence of Darijo Srna and Ilsinho and the latter released Cristiano Lucarelli, whose attempt was blocked by Alessandro Nesta. Srna forced Dida to tip his screaming goal-bound effort to safety. The visitors ended the half on top, though, and if Shakhtar briefly redressed the balance soon after the restart when Fernandinho squeezed a shot just the wrong side of the upright, Milan began to show their quality.

Warning
Massimo Ambrosini gave significant warning when he hit the post following Pirlo's free-kick on 56 minutes, yet Shakhtar did not heed it and were soon punished when Inzaghi pounced. Forced into action, Lucescu's men went close as Brandão tested Dida with a header, but on 72 minutes Kaká made theirs an almost impossible task as he fired in after being teed up by Inzaghi. With Ukraine's prime minister Viktor Yanukovich in the crowd, Shakhtar refused to wilt and Jadson, Srna and substitute Olexandr Gladkiy all threatened, yet Inzaghi completed their misery in the third minute of added time – receiving the ball from Kaká and driving in as Milan went three points clear in Group D.
Now that's something
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Old 07-11-2007, 13:39   #2066
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Inzaghi, caccia al record d'Europa
E' a -7 da Muller: "Io ci tengo molto"

La doppietta di Donetsk ha reso Filippo Inzaghi sempre più bomber d'Europa. L'attaccante milanista ha raggiunto quota 62 reti nelle competizioni continentali, a soli 7 gol dal record assoluto del tedesco Gerd Muller. Un primato raggiungibile, che fa gola a Superpippo: "Tengo molto ad arrivarci", ha detto. La prossima tappa si chiama Lisbona, per aumentare il bottino personale e far sognare il Milan.

Le notti d'Europa sono da sempre le sue notti, ma la gioia mancava da molto. Sempre da una gara di Champions, quella d'esordio contro il Benfica del 18 settembre scorso. Troppo, per uno come Pippo, abituato a far sognare i tifosi rossoneri. Eccolo che, tre minuti dopo l'ingresso in campo, è arrivato l'appuntamento con il gol, ripetuto poi nei minuti di recupero.
E' arrivato a quota 62 reti tra Champions e Coppa Uefa, una cifra impressionante, ma ora vuole entrare definitivamente nella storia: in quella del Milan e poi in quella d'Europa. Manca un passo per raggiungere Andryi Shevchenko nella classifica dei bomber europei rossoneri, mentre ne servono altri sette per andare a riprendere Gerd Muller e i suoi 67 gol nelle coppe, tutti messi a segno con la maglia del Bayern Monaco.

"Il massimo sarebbe diventare il miglior bomber d'Europa di tutti i tempi con questa maglia", ha detto Superpippo, che inizia ad intravvedere il traguardo. La possibilità c'è, magari già in questa stagione, se la squadra di Ancelotti dovesse ripetere l'exploit dell'anno scorso, quando fu proprio Inzaghi a regalare la Champions al Milan con la doppietta nella magica notte di Atene.

Ancelotti: "Inzaghi? Come sempre"
"Per Ronaldo faceva troppo freddo"

Un Milan che in Champions è sempre targato Filippo Inzaghi. Carlo Ancelotti commenta l'ennesima prodezza (doppia) che ha aperto la strada alla vittoria rossonera con lo Shakhtar: "Ha sofferto in questo periodo - ha detto - Ma è stato bravo a farsi trovare pronto". Sulla gara: "E' venuta fuori una partita equilibrata e un po' statica e Inzaghi l'ha aperta". Ronaldo non ha giocato: "Faceva freddo, non ho vouluto rischiare".

Era fiducioso perché lontano da San Siro e soprattutto in Champions League il Milan riesce sempre a vincere e, soprattutto a segnare. Se nella scorsa gara contro lo Shakhtar era stato il turno di Gilardino, nel "ritorno" in terra d'Ucraina a salire sugli scudi è stato Filippo Inzaghi, messo un po' in disparte nell'ultimo periodo ma capace di far pendere l'equilibrio della gara dalla parte dei rossoneri. "La partita è stata condizionata dall'atteggiamento prudente dello Shakhtar nel primo tempo - ha detto Carlo Ancelotti -Ne è scaturita una partita statica. Il gol di Inzaghi l'ha aperta, loro si sono s*****ciati e abbiamo colpito in contropiede".

Sulle prodezze di Superpippo: "Inzaghi ha lavorato molto bene in questo periodo nonostante non abbia giocato tanto, è stato un professionista, ha sofferto non poco ed è stato molto bravo a farsi trovare pronto, come sempre". Tutti, però, aspettavano l'esordio stagionale di Ronaldo che, invece, è rimasto comodamente in panchina: "Visto come si era messa la partita, ho usato prudenza perché viene da mesi di inattività e con questo freddo non era prudente farlo entrare".

Poi sulla incredibile coincidenza, o non, di un Milan convincente lontano da San Siro: "E' difficile anche per me stabilire la differenza di rendimento. E' un momento positivo, è tre partite che non prendiamo gol. La squadra sta ritrovando continuità, dietro siamo stati ordinati e questo è un segnale di rinnovata fiducia".



The bold sentences in Italian mean that he is still 7 goals away from Muller's record .... anyway dont reallY know who is right! FORZA PIPPO! FORZA MILAN!
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Old 07-11-2007, 15:45   #2067
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Calcio Debate: Is Inzaghi An All-Time Legend?

Last night Filippo Inzaghi matched Gerd Muller’s European record of 62 European goals. Carlo Garganese asks if the prolific Milan hitman is now finally going to gain the recognition as one of the greatest strikers of all time…


Ever since bursting onto the European scene just over a decade ago, Pippo Inzaghi has always divided opinion.

There has been the constant and frustratingly annoying criticism over his poor technical attributes, his lack of strength, and of course his tendency to be flagged offside.

Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson once famously remarked that “Pippo Inzaghi was born in the offside position.”

However as many people still fail to understand, despite his quite incredible goalscoring record, these handicaps are irrelevant as Inzaghi is quite simply one of the greatest penalty-box strikers the world has ever seen.

I can say without apprehension that there is no forward in the history of the beautiful game that has better movement and striker intelligence than SuperPippo.

His ability to lose his marker, his near-post runs, his anticipation, his knack of being in the right place at the right time, and his sharpness – these are all unrivalled.

The reason he is often offside is because he plays on the shoulder of the last defender and takes gambles that other ‘normal’ strikers would not even know existed. In fact Inzaghi is often too sharp even for the linesmen and if you tried to count the number of incorrect offside decisions that have been given against him over his career you would be occupied until the next millennium.

Unfortunately Inzaghi’s unique talent is often overlooked by the football community, who brand him ‘lucky’ for always scoring ‘tap-ins’ and point to his poor technical ability.

Dutch legend Johann Cruyff has said of Inzaghi, “Look he actually can’t play football at all. He is just always in the right position.”

And this is what being a penalty-box striker is all about!

The result is that Inzaghi is now level with the great Gerd Muller as the top goalscorer in European club football history. Inzaghi’s 62 strikes in 97 games means that he virtually scores two goals every three games – a quite sensational ratio.

SuperPippo’s brace against Shakhtar Donetsk last night also means he has now scored 41 Champions League goals in 69 appearances.

The 34-year-old also has a superb international scoring record, having hit the back of the net 25 times for Italy in 57 appearances. This total would surely be higher, had it not been for the plethora of world-class forwards in the peninsula over the past 10 years.

All in all Inzaghi is fast approaching 250 career goals, having played less than 500 games.

He has won virtually all of the prestigious trophies that there are to win in football – the FIFA World Cup, the Champions League (twice), the Scudetto (three times), and this December has the chance to add the World Club Cup to his bulging trophy cabinet.

It is also important to note that Inzaghi is a big-game player and he has always scored in the matches that really matter. You only have to look at last May's Champions League Final against Liverpool for evidence of this.

All these records and statistics speak for themselves, however still some people question the brilliance of the man.

At the age of 34, clearly Inzagol is not the player he once was, however judged on his substitute performance last night, he still has a hell of a lot to offer.

During the summer ‘The King’ himself, Pele, passed this tribute to Inzaghi:

“I don’t know if Milan really need a striker. They have Inzaghi, who is incredible! I thought it would be fantastic if I could bring Pippo to Santos. With him at the centre of the attack, we’d win five titles on the trot.

“There are no defenders in the world able to mark him, as he always seems to score.”

SuperPippo is undoubtedly one of the greatest strikers of all time – and we may not see a player in his unique mould for many years to come.


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Old 07-11-2007, 16:06   #2068
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Old 07-11-2007, 17:41   #2069
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SuperPippo is undoubtedly one of the greatest strikers of all time – and we may not see a player in his unique mould for many years to come.

Some people dont know what we have here. He still has it even at the age of 34. He just needs more oppertunities to show it


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Old 08-11-2007, 03:15   #2070
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I bet he would have an even better record had he not been out injured during his prime. Forza Pippo!


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Old 08-11-2007, 06:17   #2071
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SILVIO BERLUSCONI: 'Inzaghi already in history'
11/7/2007
MILAN - Today Silvio Berlusconi also talked to journalists about Filippo Inzaghi, after the striker's brace yesterday against Shakhtar Donetsk. His comments were brief but significant: 'Inzaghi has already become part of Milan's history.'

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this is like a "golden ball" for inzaghi... nice job pippo.. keep the spirit high


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Old 08-11-2007, 20:07   #2072
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I have been lucky enough to play in this team for many years. Without my team-mates I would have never scored so many. As soon as I came on, [Andrea] Pirlo told me to go deep to put their defence in trouble and soon afterwards he gave me a great ball. Kaká also provided a perfect assist to let me score the third.
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HERE ARE ALL FILIPPO INZAGHI'S GOALS WITH THE ROSSONERI SHIRT:

2001-2002
Serie A - 9/9/2001 - Milan-Fiorentina 5-2 - 1 goal (his first)
Serie A - 16/9/2001 - Udinese-Milan 1-2 - 1 goal
Serie A - 23/9/2001 - Milan-Lazio 2-0 - 1 goal
Uefa Cup - 27/9/2001 - Milan-Bate Borisov 4-0 - 1 penalty goal
Serie A - 21/10/2001 - Inter-Milan 2-4 - 1 goal (the first in a Milan derby)
Uefa Cup - 1/11/2001 - Cska Sofia-Milan 0-1 - 1 goal
Uefa Cup - 22/11/2001 - Milan-Sporting Lisbon 2-0 - 1 goal
Serie A - 25/11/2001 - Parma-Milan 0-1 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 13/11/2001 - Milan-Perugia 3-0 - 2 goals
Serie A - 2/12/2001 - Milan-Chievo 3-2 - 1 goal
Serie A - 30/3/2002 - Milan-Parma 3-1 - 2 goals
Serie A - 7/4/2002 - Chievo-Milan 1-1 - 1 goal
Uefa Cup - 11/4/2002 - Milan-Borussia Dortmund 3-1 - 1 goal
Serie A - 28/4/2002 - Verona-Milan 1-2 - 1 goal
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 16 - 10 in Serie A, 2 in Tim Cup, 4 in Uefa Cup - Penalty goals: 1

2002-2003
Champions League preliminaries- 14/8/2002 - Milan-Slovan Liberec 1-0 - 1 goal
Champions League preliminaries- 28/8/2002 - Slovan Liberec-Milan 2-1 - 1 goal
Serie A - 14/9/2002 - Modena-Milan 0-3 - 1 goal
Champions League - 18/9/2002 - Milan-Lens 2-1 - 2 goals (first Champions League goals with Milan)
Serie A - 21/9/2002 - Milan-Perugia 3-0 - 1 goal
Champions League - 24/9/2002 - Deportivo-Milan 0-4 - 3 goals (becomes Italian top goalscorer in European competitions)
Champions League - 1/10/2002 - Bayern Munich-Milan 1-2 - 2 goals
Serie A - 6/10/2002 - Milan-Torino 6-0 - 3 goals
Serie A - 23/10/2002 - Milan-Bayern 2-1 - 2 goals
Serie A - 3/11/2002 - Milan-Reggina 2-0 - 1 goal
Serie A - 7/12/2002 - Milan-Roma 1-0 - 1 goal
Champions League - 11/12/2002 - Borussia Dortmund-Milan 0-1 - 1 goal
Serie A - 2/2/2003 - Milan-Modena 2-1 - 1 goal
Serie A - 16/2/2003 - Milan-Lazio 2-2 - 1 goal
Serie A - 22/2/2003 - Torino-Milan 0-3 - 1 goal
Serie A - 2/3/2003 - Atalanta-Milan 3-3 - 2 goals
Serie A - 22/3/2003 - Milan-Juventus 2-1 - 1 goal
Serie A - 12/4/2003 - Inter-Milan 0-1 - 1 goal
Champions League - 23/4/2003 - Milan-Ajax 3-2 - 1 goal (Also the second, credited to Tomasson, was all his)
Serie A - 3/5/2003 - Milan-Como 2-0 - 1 penalty goal
Serie A - 17/5/2003 - Milan-Bologna 3-1 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 31/5/2003 - Milan-Roma 2-2 - 1 goal
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 30 - 17 in Serie A, 12 in Champions League, 1 in Tim Cup

2003-2004
Serie A - 13/9/2003 - Milan-Bologna 2-1 - 1 goal
Champions League - 16/9/2003 - Milan-Ajax 1-0 - 1 goal
Serie A - 5/10/2003 - Inter-Milan 1-3 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 18/12/2003 - Milan-Sampdoria 1-0 (50th goal with Milan)
Tim Cup - 5/2/2004 - Milan-Lazio 1-2 - 1 goal
Serie A - 7 Marzo 2004 - Milan-Sampdoria 3-1 - 1 goal
Champions League - 10/3/2004 - Milan-Sparta Prague 4-1 - 1 goal
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 7 - 3 in Serie A, 2 in Champions League, 2 in Tim Cup

2004-2005
Champions League - 29/9/2004 - Milan-Celtic 3-1 - 1 goal

2005-2006
Serie A - 23/10/2005 - Milan-Palermo 2-1 - 1 goal
Serie A - 27/11/2005 - Milan-Lecce 2-1 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 11/1/2006 - Brescia-Milan 3-4 - 1 goal
Serie A - 18/1/2006 - Milan-Ascoli 1-0 - 1 goal
Serie A - 8/2/2006 - Milan-Treviso 5-0 - 1 goal
Serie A - 12/2/2006 - Reggina-Milan 1-4 - 3 goals
Serie A - 26/2/2006 - Palermo-Milan 0-2 - 1 gol
Serie A - 5/3/2006 - Milan-Empoli 3-0 - 2 goals
Champions League - 8/3/2006 - Milan-Bayern Munich 4-1 - 2 goals
Champions League - 4/4/2006 - Milan-Lyon 3-1 - 2 goals
Serie A - 30/4/2006 - Milan-Livorno 2-0 - 2 goals
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 17 - 12 in Serie A, 4 in Champions League, 1 in Tim Cup

2006-2007
Champions League preliminaries - 9/8/2006 - Milan-Red Star 1-0 - 1 goal
Champions League preliminaries - 22/8/2006 - Red Star-Milan 1-2 - 1 goal
Serie A - 10/9/2006 - Milan-Lazio 2-1 - 1 goal
Champions League - 13/9/2006 - Milan-Aek Athens 3-0 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 8/11/2006 - Milan-Brescia 4-2 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 11/1/2007 - Milan-Arezzo 2-0 - 1 goal
Tim Cup - 25/1/2007 - Milan-Roma 2-2 - 1 goal
Serie A - 28/1/2007 - Milan-Parma 1-0 - 1 goal
Champions League - 11/4/2007 - Bayern Monaco-Milan 0-2 - 1 goal
Champions League - 23/5/2007 - Milan-Liverpool 2-1 - 2 goals
TOTAL GOALS SCORED: 11 - 2 in Serie A, 6 in Champions League, 3 in Tim Cup

2007-2008
European Supercup - 31/8/2007 - Milan-Sevilla 3-1 - 1 goal
Champions League - 18/9/2007 - Milan-Benfica 2-1 - 1 goal
Champions League - 6/11/2007 - Shakhtar-Milan 0-3 - 2 goals

PIPPO'S TOTAL: 86 GOALS IN OFFICIAL MATCHES WITH THE ROSSONERI SHIRT

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A list that is surely going to get longer as the years go by. Can anybody tell me when his Milan contract ends?


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Old 09-11-2007, 10:24   #2074
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Can anybody tell me when his Milan contract ends?
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He's got till the end of the season to score one more ( Although it looks like it'll be Rauls in thenear future). If he wants to keep going his contract will be renewed. They did it with Cfu and even Fiori for being a 'great professional'
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Old 09-11-2007, 23:04   #2076
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So basically his contract runs forever then. This if fine with me but next season he should be used in a lesser role as more of a 5th striker and we bring in another striker during the summer. Ronaldo still has yet to play and Pato is to show his worth in January, but we still need options upfront regardless of these two. Depth is where we have fallen in recent times.


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Some are talking as if he is being used as our first striker. WTF, he hardly gets to play, and when he does come on the pitch he plays like the rest of the team. Most of the time (if the team plays well) he plays well. If the whole team suck, then he'll be another player in there. Now that Ronaldo is back, i doubt he'll play 5+ games untill the end of the season. But whatever, what counts now is that he has once more shown that he really loves this club + the jersey. Like they say, no one puts more heart in their play than him. If every player played like him, it would be a delight to watch the milan games, even if we lost (which wouldnt really happen cause every minute would count for the players. Everyone game would be considered the last, the final)

Forza Pippo anyway, his contract will go on for as long as he wants. But the question is, how will the rest of the season look for him. If he doesn't get to come on the pitch for the Serie A games then im guessing he'd take a bow and hang up the boots.


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Old 10-11-2007, 12:42   #2079
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crazymilangirl - you're right
though I don't like Inzaghi
his control on the ball is so poor
he can not creat his oun chances to score , but he wait for others help.
any way - I know there are many Pipo Inzaghi fans here will not like the above written.
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crazymilangirl - you're right
though I don't like Inzaghi
his control on the ball is so poor
he can not creat his oun chances to score , but he wait for others help.
any way - I know there are many Pipo Inzaghi fans here will not like the above written.
ciao
No clue why this is still talked about in this forum.

Anyhow....Inzaghi will go down as a great scorer, but not a great player when he retires. Outside of the penalty area he leaves more than a lot to be desired. However, in the penalty area he is one I would want on my team any matchday. That is his entire career summed up. He scores and his teams usually are incredibly successful (Italy, Juve, Milan).


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