Inter President Massimo Moratti has followed in the footsteps of his father. “The memories of those children of the 1960s live again.”
Angelo Moratti was the patron when the Nerazzurri won the European Cup and Intercontinental Cup over 40 years ago and now his son is at the helm.
“You can see the almost violent joy of everyone, especially those who had a father that was a part of that moment,” he said referring to the sons of Armando Picchi and Giacinto Facchetti.
“The memories of those children of the 1960s live again, but now we must think of maintaining this position.
“This victory completes the 2010 journey and an important moment for Inter,” continued Moratti.
“It was important to reach the end of the year with this satisfaction and the players are insane with joy.”
The President also complimented Rafa Benitez, but would not comment on the tactician's demands for ‘support' now the Club World Cup was in the bag.
“Benitez approached the game very well and you could see his hand in the performance. However, this is not the time to ask about the market and not something we will be deciding on now.”
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