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Well done Jose and Inter Milan

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Inter have just won Serie A with a typical 0 1 result at Siena. Well done to them and Jose. I hope they go on to win the CL now. The Chelsea connection strikes again after winning their domestic double in Italy!

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posted May 16, 2010

Just like last seasons champions league final, both Man utd and Barcelona had won the double then Barcelona went on to get the treble.

Going to be a close game, feel it could even go down to penalties.

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comment by Henry (U9575498)

posted May 16, 2010

tired of people calling inter boring.

we played chelsea off thep ark, could have put 6 past barcelona in the first leg... destroyed good teams like Palermo in the Serie A... Genoa.. beat milan 4-0, and 2-0 with 9 men....

Yawn, the only thing that is boring about inter are the people who call inter boring

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posted May 16, 2010

Isnít embarrassing a team wining the domestic league but donít have a player with their national team. Juventus who finished 7th have 9 players for Italy WC squad while if I am not wrong Inter have none. The regular 11 of Inter doesnít even contain an Italian player. Out of probably 23 squad players, there are only two Italian players with Inter worse than Arsenal.

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posted May 16, 2010

Jose is due a kick up the arse, and I hope Bayern give it to him.

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I agree! I really hope Bayern win. He couldn't resist belittling our double in the Times today.

Sorry, as much as I admire Jose and respect what he did for the club, he's now history. We need to move on.

HA^

BITTER CHELSKI FANS.. AND GUESS WHAT? HE AIN'T GOING TO MADRID THIS SUMMER, HE WILL STAY WITH INTER UNTIL FERGIE RETIRES AND HE TAKES HIS PLACE... IT WAS WRITTEN...... WHO CAN DEBATE ME? YOU'LL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE WHETHER IT HAPPENS FOR REAL BUT WHY NOT?? EH? WHY NOT!!!!!?

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posted May 16, 2010

TU'YEH.. INIT!! INTER GOT THEIR HEADS DOWN AND GROUND THE RESULTS OUT WITH THEIR SQUAD. CHELSKI PRETTY MUCH GIVEN THE TITLE BY MUFC'S WEAKENED SQUAD MINUS RON AND TEV!

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posted May 16, 2010

Likewise, I also hope that Inter Milan complete a clean sweep under Jose Mourinho and go on to create history by winning the UEFA Champions League final. On Saturday night against the German heavyweights Bayern Munich, I feel the final is more about the manager than the actual clubs. Maybe that is a sorry state of affairs but a victory would definitely have more of an effect on the Portuguese manager rather than the Italian club.

Return from Spain victorious and Mourinhios stock will have risen to unparalleled heights. He will be a man in demand in the summer having achieved instant results in England, Portugal and now Italy. Where next? Spain would be a fantastic destination and it is a real credit to the man that he is regarded as one of the best managers in the world. And rightly so. So, go on Jose. Have one more masterful tactical plan up your sleeve and you truly are on the greatest managers to have ever graced a football pitch.

It would be great to have him back in England of that there is no doubt, but he wants to unify all the countries taking them out one by one. At the end of this long managerial career if he is successful in his ambition, you can say that next saturday night at Bernabau certainly helped him along the way.

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comment by Henry (U9575498)

posted May 16, 2010

comment by RobertoBebeto (U13340017)

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Wrong, wrong wrong.

Materazzi was joint top goalscorer for Italy at world cup 06

Toldo is one of the Italian goalkeeping heroes

Santon is the number 1 up and comin prospect in italian football

mario balotelli was strongly called for by italian media (who by large hate him) to be in the italy squad.


That's 4 already.

Orlandoni, reserve keeper makes 5


The problem is, italian players arent good enough.

The only players I - or any other team in the world - would accept, for a top flight team, is:

Chiellini
De Rossi
Buffon
(Santon)
(Balotelli)
(Cassano)

maybe a couple more.


What INTER DO have is one of the best youth academies in Italy, with a lot of players who are looking like very good prospects for Italy.

Destro, Crisetig, Dell'Agnello, Santon, Donati, Balotelli...

You could keep going.



The other part of the problem:

Marcello Lippi.

A manager who is FREQUENTLY linked with taking over the Juventus presidency, who TO THIS DAY STILL advises them on who to sign.

He told them to sign Cannavaro, Grosso, who have both been complete flops.


As the president of the Italian FA (FIGC) said recently (in argument over 'Oriundi', 'It seems to me Lippi isn't pro or anti-Oriundi [nationalized foreign players], but he is juventino'.


If Lippi was replaced with a coach whose head wasnt up his bottom, Materazzi and Balotelli would be the in national team. Santon would be a starter - but not atm owing to injury.


Keep reading, before you comment.

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posted May 16, 2010

Just a comment on the BBC article, which I quote:

"New evidence has emerged in the criminal trial linked to the match-fixing affair which Juve claim shows for the first time that Inter were implicated in the scandal and so the 2006 title should be stripped from them as well. Inter deny wrongdoing."

Wrong.

No "new evidence" has emerged and what emerged (a single phone call from the then President Facchetti) doesn't implicate Inter in the scandal. The wiretapped conversation was obtained from a pile of discarded evidence lacking relevance to the enquiry. The stripping of the 2006 scudetto is being invoked by Moggi and the other Inter haters, not by the official federation or by the prosecution.

BBC, please, get the facts straight. If you start blurring up things you do exactly like Moggi.

On one side, harmless conversations between our president and the appointer of refs, all aimed to get a better treatment for the team, the victim so far. On the other side, a mafia-like system created by a man and a team (Juve), controlling several refs and hundreds of players, with several dozens of highly suspicious wiretappings, for which Moggi has been finally sentenced (including corruption and threats) and banned for life from football.

Don't you even dare comparing the two.

Forza Inter!

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posted May 16, 2010

sheite....

you speak a lot of sheite!

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