INTER NEWS

Inter boss Claudio Ranieri has admitted that he is obliged to ultimately build his Nerazzurri side around Wesley Sneijder.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti insists there is still time to save their season following another shock defeat in Serie A.
A nine-year-old Inter fan’s polite appeal has earned him a visit to the training ground and meeting with the team.
Inter forward Luc Castaignos has been handed a three-match ban using video evidence after he spat at Bologna’s Andrea Raggi.
Jose Mourinho urged Inter and Chelsea fans to “support their own Coaches,” but Marco Materazzi and Walter Zenga join the list of potential caretaker managers.
Pep Guardiola has boosted reports he’ll take over at Inter next season by confessing he has “not yet decided” whether to renew his Barcelona contract.
Claudio Ranieri will be given a few more chances, as Inter are not convinced by the option of Luis Figo and Beppe Baresi as caretaker managers.
Cesare Prandelli believes 2012 is Italian football’s year with the Champions League and European Championships, but how would he solve Inter’s woes?
It’s reported Milan and Inter will finally replace the notoriously awful San Siro turf with a ‘mixed’ artificial pitch from 2013-14.
Reports are already emerging that Luis Figo or Fabio Capello will take over if Inter sack Claudio Ranieri after their humiliation at the hands of Bologna.
Didier Deschamps insists Olympique Marseille expect “a different Inter” to face them in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Inter captain Javier Zanetti was the only member of the team to speak to the media after their 3-0 humiliation by Bologna.
Inter President Massimo Moratti walked out, but former director Lele Oriali was stunned. “It was inconceivable. I can’t understand how we can throw away a season like this.”
Claudio Ranieri could only “apologise to our President and fans” after Inter’s humiliating 3-0 home defeat to Bologna, but will not resign.
Stefano Pioli reveals how he approached Inter tactically with “a practically perfect performance” for Bologna’s amazing win.
Inter are in dire straits after a shock 3-0 home defeat to Bologna, the first in 14 years, meaning they’ve lost five of their last six games in all competition.
Massimo Moratti feels tonight’s game with Bologna “is important for various reasons,” as Inter must win back the respect of their fans.
Inter have Wesley Sneijder, Diego Forlan and Giampaolo Pazzini in a 4-2-3-1 system against Bologna this evening.
Wesley Sneijder used Twitter to send an appeal straight to the Inter fans ahead of this evening’s game with Bologna.
Diego Milito and Dejan Stankovic should be available for next week’s Champions League tie between Inter and Marseille.