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Tuesday December 30 2014
Strama: ‘Muriel will not leave’

Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni says he doesn’t believe Luis Muriel will leave the Friuli side in January.

The Colombian forward has declared that he is close to joining Sampdoria, as he recovers from injury in his homeland.

However, in a Press conference today, the Zebrette Coach has played down such talk.

“I believe that historically Udinese have not been very active on the January transfer market,” Stramaccioni told assembled media.

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Sunday December 21 2014
Strama: 'Tough draw for Udinese'

Andrea Stramaccioni hailed Udinese for holding out with 10 men in a 2-2 draw at Sampdoria.

“It wasn’t easy to keep the result in the balance to the end when we went down to 10 men against this great Sampdoria side,” the Coach told reporters.

“Today we introduced some new players and Geijo did very well in setting up teammates as well as scoring his goal.

“It’s a shame, as at the end we hit the woodwork and had the opportunity to win it.”

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Sunday December 14 2014
Strama: 'Equaliser changed game'

Andrea Stramaccioni saw Udinese “lose our heads” in a 2-1 home defeat to Verona.

Antonio Di Natale had put the hosts in front, but a goal either side of the break from Luca Toni and Lazaros Christodoulopoulos turned it all around.

“That goal right on the stroke of half-time changed the game,” Strama told Sky Sport Italia.

“We lost our heads and came out for the second half with the wrong attitude. I thought a draw was a fair result today.”

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Tuesday December 9 2014
Stramaccioni: ‘Grateful to Inter’

Andrea Stramaccioni explains why he feels things went wrong for him at Inter and why he was happy working with Antonio Cassano.

Stramaccioni held the Inter bench between March 2012 and May 2013, during which a positive start to the 2012-13 season soon trailed off before his sacking by then President Massimo Moratti.

Nonetheless, the 38-year-old was welcomed back to San Siro with affection on Sunday evening with Udinese, and he appreciated the warmth.

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Tuesday December 9 2014
Strama: ‘Inter have great quality’

Udinese Coach Andrea Stramaccioni hopes Roberto Mancini is given time, as he believes that: “Inter will be great again.”

The Nerazzurri lost 2-1 to Strama’s Zebrette on Sunday at San Siro having taken the lead in the first half, to worsen the team’s start under their returned Coach.

However, for Stramaccioni, who coached Inter between March 2012 and May 2013, Inter should have a positive outlook in spite of the defeat.

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Sunday December 7 2014
Strama: 'Kovacic position key'

Andrea Stramaccioni revealed the tactical change that allowed Udinese to beat Inter. “Mateo Kovacic surprised me.”

The man who was in charge of the Nerazzurri from March 2012 to June 2013 returned to San Siro and left with a 2-1 result.

“It was important for us to win tonight and in my view with a strong second half Udinese did enough in the end to deserve the victory,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Sunday December 7 2014
Strama's Udinese shock Inter

Inter dominated the first half, but lost 2-1 to Udinese at San Siro with a Bruno Fernandes gem and Rodrigo Palacio howler.

Click here for the full match report.

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Sunday December 7 2014
Strama: 'I'll never forget Inter'

Andrea Stramaccioni will “never forget the affection of the Inter fans” as his Udinese visit San Siro tonight.

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT, click here for the line-ups.

“What is my fondest memory here at Inter? It would take a dozen interviews for me to answer,” Strama told Inter Channel.

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Sunday December 7 2014
Strama: 'I'll always love Inter'

Andrea Stramaccioni admits he will “always be tied to Inter,” but only wants Udinese victory at San Siro today.

It kicks off at 14.00 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“I don’t expect applause or jeers from the crowd. I will always be tied to Inter by my affection for the club and its fans, so a part of my heart will always be Nerazzurro, but now I am thinking only of Udinese,” he said in his Press conference.

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Sunday December 7 2014
Juan Jesus: 'Surprise Strama'

Juan Jesus said Inter will “try to surprise” their old Coach Andrea Stramaccioni when Udinese visit San Siro.

It kicks off tonight at 19.45 GMT, click here for a match preview.

“We need the victory, a positive result would give us more confidence going forward and Udinese are above us in the table, so I consider this a head-to-head for position,” the defender told Inter Channel.

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