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Great articles, Hasan, keep them coming Wink
I'd love us to buy San Siro. That way we won't have Inter hanging around in our territory. Big Grin
(05-31-2011, 03:15 PM)fLame Wrote: [ -> ]Great articles, Hasan, keep them coming Wink

Thanks bro. I appreciate it Smile.

@axe

That would be great; we could also rename it from Giuseppe Meazza to something else Smile.
(05-31-2011, 04:29 PM)Hasan Rossonero Wrote: [ -> ]That would be great; we could also rename it from Giuseppe Meazza to something else Smile.

Hopefully Berlusconi won't name it Stadio Silvio Berlusconi. Tongue

Nah, San Siro is great. That name has a lot of history in it as a stadium, it would be pointless to change it.
(05-31-2011, 05:09 PM)theaxeofpain Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-31-2011, 04:29 PM)Hasan Rossonero Wrote: [ -> ]That would be great; we could also rename it from Giuseppe Meazza to something else Smile.

Hopefully Berlusconi won't name it Stadio Silvio Berlusconi. Tongue

Nah, San Siro is great. That name has a lot of history in it as a stadium, it would be pointless to change it.

I agree, but Stadio Giuseppe Meazza is the actual name of the stadium. If we were the only ones playing there, then I would be for changing the name. Meazza did play for us, but he enjoyed the bulk of his career at Inter.
(05-31-2011, 02:53 PM)Hasan Rossonero Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks Aficio Smile.

Juve's new stadium:

http://www.notevenanoriundo.com/2011/05/...-lady.html

Thanks, Hasan.

I share the sentiments by many others that we should own a stadium. It is not only inconvenient and annoying to share it with Merda but also financially unwise.

I don't mind if the new stadium will be named after SB. He has done much for Milan and I appreciate that.
This doesn't really belong to this thread, as it is mostly involving Serie B teams, but another match-fixing/betting scandal in Italian football...

http://www.corriere.it/english/11_giugno...09b8.shtml
(06-01-2011, 04:04 PM)theaxeofpain Wrote: [ -> ]This doesn't really belong to this thread, as it is mostly involving Serie B teams, but another match-fixing/betting scandal in Italian football...

http://www.corriere.it/english/11_giugno...09b8.shtml

If I have to guess, no team in Italy is clean. I believe that Milan is the same. Blush It is just a matter of who is dirtier. and that honor goes to .............. Jube!!! Devilol

That's why it is so embarrassing, IMHO, for Moratti to actually come out and brag how clean he was and Inter was, and how justice had finally been done.

SHUT UP, WHORATTI! Angry
Well, actually no team in the world is clean. They all make some dirty business at some point. Thing is, Milan in Calciopoli have done some little business, and were very well punished for that. I'm happy as a football fan. In fact in every aspect of life, if one does something illegal, should be punished no matter what. The LAW is the LAW. But justice should be equal to everyone, unfortunately that isn't true these days.

So for Inter to come out completely clean, IMO is embarrassing for the Italian judges or whatever in primis, in secundis for Whoratti. It is naive to think that people don't really know that presidents, businessmen etc etc who do have a lot of power and money aren't involved in dirty business. I want Inter to be punished really, but that's not the case in this scandal.
Leonardo set for Inter exit
Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti has revealed Leonardo could leave the San Siro this summer amid reports the Brazilian wants to join Paris Saint Germain.

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story/...it?cc=5901