Moratti: “Calciopoli? Juventus are dishonest to play with the feelings of the fans”

Moratti: “Calciopoli? Juventus are dishonest to play with the feelings of the fans”

Former Inter No. 1 in an interview with Corriere della Sera: “When I bought the company, the elevators to the headquarters were closed to prevent Millie from going up to stop me”

From Calciopoli to the background on the Inter purchase, from Ibrahimovic-Campiaso’s rivalry to proposals to run for mayor of Milan: In an interview with Corriere della Sera, Massimo Moratti spoke for himself and the Nerazzurri’s passion was first and foremost. “When I bought Inter Milan, I didn’t say anything to Milly – he revealed No. 1 from the former Nerazzurri club, president from 1995 to 2013, to Aldo Cazullo and Daniel Daleira -. Seat to stop. Then I went home. I didn’t find anyone. Waitress.” He didn’t mention How much money his Nerazzurri adventure cost him, following in Father Angelo’s footsteps: “I don’t know how much, I wouldn’t say it. Football isn’t a job; it’s a passion. It’s priceless.”


Then there’s the Calciopoli part: “Do I claim the Calciopoli championship? Definitely yes. I know the Juventus players are angry. And that leads me to claim it with even greater conviction. That title was the bare minimum compensation for the thefts we suffered. It would be worth so much more.” On relations with Moggi, he identifies:” It is true that Moggi wanted to come to Inter and I did not explicitly tell him that I did not want him; but I would never have taken him. Lan? Because the Serie A was manipulated and we were the victims. Juventus had to win. And if Juventus did not win. Really, it was Milan’s turn. Shame: because the greatest form of lying is cheating on people’s feelings.”

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Ibra Cambiasso

He cited many anecdotes. Of the proposals for the position of mayor of Milan, it was rejected “three times. And I may have been wrong. It is a pity: I would have loved it.” To the rivalry between Ibra and Cambiasso: “I consulted the most important players. Zlatan used to say to me: ‘We can also do without Cambiasso next year…’.” I laughed. Then I went to Cambiasso, who told me: ‘Next year we can also Laying off Ibra…” And the possibility of changing ownership: “Maybe an American fund will come. But beware of speculation. Football is not built to make money. Americans want to turn it into a show. Job offer. But I don’t know if it is possible in Italy.”

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