Wednesday December 15 2010
Benitez credits Milito comeback

Rafa Benitez believes the return of goalscorer Diego Milito has made the difference for Inter, but “Wesley Sneijder won't make the Final.”

The Nerazzurri thrashed Seongnam 3-0 in the Club World Cup semi-final with goals from Dejan Stankovic, Javier Zanetti and Milito.

“It was not an easy game and we faced a very pacey opponent, but did well,” said the Coach.

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Wednesday December 15 2010
Milito: 'The best possible return'

Diego Milito couldn't have asked for a better comeback from injury. “It was a great way to return and with time I'll get even better.”

The striker was one of several Inter stars who had been on the treatment table, but proved decisive in the 3-0 win over Seongnam.

“I am very happy with the victory,” said El Principe. “We really wanted this win and to reach the Club World Cup Final.

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Tuesday December 14 2010
Milito: 'I'd do anything to win the Cup'

Diego Milito is ready to start in tomorrow's Club World Cup semi-final against Seongnam. “I'd give anything to win,” said the Inter striker.

He was a key figure in the Treble victory, scoring in the Champions League and Coppa Italia Finals as well as the decisive Scudetto match.

“The Club World Cup is a unique competition for all of us. You don't know if you'll ever get to play it again in your career,” explained Milito.

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Sunday December 5 2010
Milito to Madrid, Cassano to Inter?

Jose Mourinho is reportedly seeking a reunion with Diego Milito at Real Madrid, which would open the door for Antonio Cassano at Inter.

The former Nerazzurri Coach already tried to sign Milito over the summer after their Treble success, but could resume negotiations over the January transfer window.

Real need a new forward after Gonzalo Higuain suffered a herniated disc that will keep him out for two months.

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Thursday November 11 2010
Milito sad to score

Inter striker Diego Milito says he was sad to score last night given his goal was only worth a draw with Lecce.

The 31-year-old Argentine gave the Nerazzurri the lead after 75 minutes and celebrated by pulling out a shirt with Walter Samuel's name and number on the back.

Samuel was ruled out for much if not all of the season this week after suffering cruciate ligament damage against Brescia.

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Friday November 5 2010
The Milito-Eto'o conundrum

Diego Milito's potential inclusion in the Brescia match-day squad represents a new challenge for Rafa Benitez, one that could make or break the Coach's Inter career. Rob Paton writes

Diego Milito's brief cameo at Tottenham on Tuesday evening announced two things very publicly to the Nerazzurri fans and critics. The first is that the No 22 is looking sharp and, secondly, Samuel Eto'o looks set to retain a central striker position.

Milito came on for Goran Pandev with 20 minutes remaining and took a position along the final line of attack next to Eto'o and Philippe Coutinho. Crucially, though, Benitez left Eto'o in a central striking role.