Inter President Massimo Moratti was furious after the defeat to Juventus, while Mauro Zarate left early and Diego Milito was sarcastic.
There were few comments coming out of the Nerazzurri camp following last night's 2-1 home loss in the Derby d'Italia.
Moratti refused to speak to the media and it's reported he went straight down to the locker room for a half-hour meeting with the squad.
There were even some fans outside the stadium who called for the President to sell the club, just two years after winning the Treble of Scudetto, Champions League and Coppa Italia.
Meanwhile, newspapers claim Zarate was so angry at being substituted at half-time that he left San Siro before the final whistle.
Milito never got off the bench in that game and the Gazzetta dello Sport asked if he was ‘angry' as he walked towards the team bus.
“No, I'm incredibly happy,” replied the Argentine in a sarcastic tone of voice.
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