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Lorenzo Crisetig - The Future Of Inter


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It's About Time I Enlighten And Introduce You Guys To The Future Superstar Of Inter Milan:)

Official Scouting Thread Number: 7

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Lorenzo Crisetig

Player Details

Name: Lorenzo Crisetig

Club: Inter Milan (Italy)

Shirt Number: 48

Nationality: Italian

Position: Midfielder

D.O.B: 20 January 1993

Age: 16

Height: 1.84 m

Weight: 75 kg

Preferred Foot: Right

Youth Club: A.S.D Donatello

National Squad: Italy Under 17

Statistics (Current Season)

Apps: 1

Goals: 0

Assists: 0

Player News

Lorenzo Crisetig, is a enthusiastic young 16 year old central midfielder. Lorenzo is currently playing under Jose Mourinho's Inter Milan team playing in the U18's. Lorenzo was born on the day of January 20, 1993 in Cividale Del Friuli, in the province of Udine where he started to play football for a small team called by the name of Donatello Undine.

In the year of 2006 Lorenzo Crisetig joined the Italian Serie A superstars, Inter Milan, which is currently being managed by the well known Jose Mourinho. After 3 years at the team from Milan, Lorenzo was called up to play a part in the Italian U17 National Team, where he capped a goal during his first game. Now that Crisetig is starting to be more consistent, he has been aiming to make a debut for the U21 Italian National squad, meaning he would be the youngest ever player to be playing in the U21 National Team.

Currently Federico Macheda is the youngest ever player to be in the U18 squad at the age of 18 and 10 days, and Cristetig could take his record with Lorenzo being at the age of 16.

More Updates To Come

He Is Currently Not On The DB

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Guest jfromcand

Hi, few questions

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Bear in mind a standard is exactly that - a document detailing the language. This is nothing to do with the practical side of things (compiler writing) at that stage. After the standard has been finalised and released, then it is up to the compiler writers to implement it... implementation is simple compared to creating the standard

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