INTER NEWS

Pierpaolo Bisoli was “so proud” of Cesena for causing Inter problems even when down to 10 men.
Walter Mazzarri said Inter were “too hasty and felt the pressure” in their slender 1-0 win over 10-man Cesena.
Mauro Icardi’s penalty allowed Inter to scrape a 1-0 victory away to 10-man Cesena, their first win in four.
Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero apologised after saying Massimo Moratti should’ve “kicked out that Filipino” Erick Thohir.
Inter director Piero Ausilio wants to see “tactical sense, heart and determination” against Cesena today.
Walter Mazzarri is under pressure and with few options as Inter visit Cesena in a must-win match.
Inter are reportedly looking to Zakaria Bakkali of PSV Eindhoven and Aleksander Cavric at Genk.
It’s reported Massimo Moratti was stunned by Inter’s vicious statement towards Juventus, as he accepted Andrea Agnelli’s joke.
Cesena boss Pierpaolo Bisoli insists this is the right day to “end the Inter taboo” and calls on Hugo Almeida.
There are reports David Moyes is in Milan this weekend, fuelling links with the Inter job.
As expected, Fredy Guarin has added to the Inter injury crisis ahead of Sunday’s trip to Cesena.
Inter President Erick Thohir showed “gratitude, admiration and respect” for Massimo Moratti’s 19 years in charge.
It’s reported Fredy Guarin is also out of Inter’s trip to Cesena due to a muscular problem.
Javier Zanetti urged everyone “stay united” and assured Massimo Moratti “will always be part of Inter.”
Walter Mazzarri brushed off rumours he’ll be sacked if Inter lose at Cesena. “Against Napoli we played almost the ideal football.”
Sampdoria Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic admits he is “ambitious and we’ll see at the end of the season” after links to Inter and Napoli.
Marco Materazzi trusts Antonio Conte can succeed with Italy, but Mario Balotelli’s career “is going backwards.”
Marco Materazzi would “throw myself on the fire for Jose Mourinho,” but blasted Inter, Massimo Moratti and Rafa Benitez.
Nicola Berti says Michael Bolingbroke, Massimo Moratti and Walter Mazzarri are all to blame for the Honorary President’s resignation.
Inter released a very strong statement condemning Juventus President Andrea Agnelli. “We will not allow anyone to act as if” Calciopoli didn’t happen.