INTER NEWS

Andrea Stramaccioni will speak for the first time as Inter boss later this afternoon when he’ll be unveiled to the media.
New Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni’s interview this afternoon was surprisingly prescient, as he was asked what he’d do if he was called to the senior squad.
New 36-year-old Inter Coach Andrea Stramaccioni has been described as “an Italian Andre Villas-Boas,” but it’s rumoured Claudio Ranieri left by mutual consent.
Inter have sensationally sacked Claudio Ranieri and promoted youth team manager Andrea Stramaccioni for the rest of the season.
Inter President Massimo Moratti has rejected speculation that he could axe Claudio Ranieri before the end of the season.
Sky Sport Italia are suggesting that Claudio Ranieri could be replaced by Inter following the 2-0 loss at Juventus.
Inter technical director Marco Branca has insisted that his club had no choice but to sell Samuel Eto’o and Thiago Motta.
Former Inter director Lele Oriali insists that the League table does sometimes lie. “There is not an 18 point difference with Juventus.”
Javier Zanetti has admitted that Inter have no master plan to save their season. “We just have to take things one game at a time.”
Antonio Conte explains why he shed a tear at the final whistle of Juventus-Inter ad adds “we wanted to give our fans this moment of joy in the Derby d’Italia.”
Claudio Ranieri admits Inter made the same mistakes with Juventus and after the opening goal “the game was over for us.”
Gigi Buffon admits Milan’s victory spurred Juventus on to beat Inter and praised Alessandro Del Piero.
Gigi Buffon’s heroics denied Inter in the first half, then Martin Caceres and Alessandro Del Piero struck to secure a Juventus victory.
Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta confirmed “our position on Calciopoli is rigid and intransigent.”
Juventus have Simone Pepe, Alessandro Matri and Mirko Vucinic leading the line against Inter’s Diego Milito and Diego Forlan.
Inter are the new European youth champions after beating Ajax on penalties in the NextGen Series Final.
Dejan Stankovic insists Inter “are going to Turin in order to win” against Juventus in tonight’s Derby d’Italia.
Juventus fans have promised the choreography ahead of tonight’s game with Inter “will leave everyone open-mouthed with wonder.”
Former Juventus President Giovanni Cobolli Gigli can’t wait for to tonight’s Derby d’Italia. “Inter are not the enemy. We just enjoy beating them more than anyone else!”
Japan Coach Alberto Zaccheroni believes “you need belief and self-confidence to beat Juventus. Inter don’t have it.”