Catania 0-2 Inter video

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Who should leave and who should Mourinho bring at Inter?

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Few rounds  ago Inter were seven points ahead Juventus and looked like they will remain comfortable.

jose mourinho

jose mourinho

The last three Serie A matches were awful for Mourinho & co. Inter managed to collect only 4 points after the lucky victory 2-1 at Siena, 1-1 draw with Cagliari and then the painfully defeat 3-1 at Atalanta. After this defeat, the second of the season, Mourinho and Moratti had their first conflict.

The Portuguese coach has lost his temper and criticized his players. Mourinho also made a list with the players that he doesn’t need anymore.  Materazzi, Dacourt, Crespo and Burdisso are all set to leave but the list could be bigger.

Inter has one of the biggest squad in Europe and Mourinho want to reduce it for a better management. In principle Moratti agrees with the idea and now all they have to do is to find possible destinations for the unwanted players. Also Mancini, Quaresma and Vieira could be on the move considering the little time they played in this season. The first two could not adapt yet and Vieira was most of the time injured, but all three have offers and they could be aloud to leave.

Moratti repeated few times that there will be no transfer this winter but if all this players will leave probably there will be one or two that will come. There are also offers for Balotelli and Adriano but is unlikely that they will be aloud to leave untill summer.

Aguero, Ze Maria, Arshavin, Tevez, Ronaldo are only few targets for Mourinho but probably none of them will be solved in this transfer period.

The departure of the players could also have some negative aspects considering the numbers of injuries in the last time and that the numerous squad was one of the advantages that brought the latest successes for Inter.


San Siro Stadium

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San Siro Stadium, also known as Giuseppe Meazza after former Inter and Italy  legend, was build in 1925.

stadio san siro giuseppe meazza

stadio san siro giuseppe meazza

The construction of the stadium lasted about a year and was inaugurated with a local derby won by Inter 6-3 against Milan. San Siro was designed by Ulisse Stacchini, based on an Anglo-Saxon model. There were around 120 construction workers and the whole operation cost was around five million Italian Lire.

At the beginning the stadium was owned by AC Milan, with president Piero Pirelli the main investor. Later in 1935 it was sold to local government. Since then the stadium hosts the home games for both Inter and Milan. Until now San Siro suffered few modifications, the most notable in 1939 and 1989 just before the 1990 World Cup that took place in Italy.

The stadium is situated in the San Siro district, in the west part of Milan, about 5-6 km from city center. The capacity of this “Temple of football” is 80065 fully covered, divided into four colored zones: red, blue, green and orange.

San Siro is one of the most modern stadiums in the world and one of the tourist sights in Milan. Guided tours are taking place every day, except Sunday, from 10:00 to 17:00. The San Siro Museum, which is situated inside the stadium, contains the history of both clubs and also collections of trophies and jerseys.