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Saturday January 22 2011
Maicon: 'All change under Leonardo'

Douglas Maicon maintains “things have changed a lot” since Leonardo arrived at Inter and hints Rafa Benitez “did something the directors didn't like.”

The Nerazzurri have won all five official games under their new Coach and their performances vastly improved.

“Since Leonardo arrived, things have changed a lot around here. The atmosphere's great,” Maicon told FIFA.com.

“He's been able to get his ideas across already, despite not being here long, and everyone has grasped what he's said.

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Saturday January 22 2011
Leonardo: 'Udinese our toughest test'

Leonardo believes Sunday's clash with on-form Udinese represents “the toughest test” of his Inter yet.

The Coach has won all five games under his tenure between Serie A and the Coppa Italia, but the Friulani held leaders Milan to a 4-4 draw at San Siro and won 4-2 in Genoa.

“We will be facing players in great shape, who are getting excellent results and we must be very careful,” noted Leo.

“Alexis Sanchez and Antonio Di Natale form a very interesting partnership that is extremely difficult to defend against.

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Saturday January 22 2011
Muntari set for Sunderland move

Sulley Ali Muntari looks set for a return to the Premier League with Sunderland, after he was considered surplus to requirements at Inter.

The midfielder has barely featured this season, especially after he showed obvious irritation at his substitution earlier this month.

It was confirmed by the club hierarchy that Muntari would be released if a suitable offer came in.

The likes of Tottenham and Sevilla had been suggested, but according to the latest reports from Italy, he will join Sunderland.

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Friday January 21 2011
Sneijder believes in comeback

Inter's chief playmaker Wesley Sneijder has every confidence that his side can launch a successful comeback and win the Scudetto again.

The Nerazzurri were seventh at New Year, but a run of four wins in a row in Serie A has lifted Leonardo's team to fourth, just six points behind League leaders Milan with a game in hand.

Asked if Inter can realistically be thinking about winning the title, Sneijder said: "Yes, sure.

"Sure we believe. Inter can still win the Scudetto.

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Friday January 21 2011
Ganso encourages Inter attention

Ganso, the 21-year-old Brazilian starlet, claims Inter hold him in higher esteem than his current club Santos.

The talented playmaker has recovered from a serious knee injury that he suffered in August and feels unappreciated despite the attention that surrounds him.

Ganso has scored 23 goals in 97 games for Santos and would like a pay increase.

It's no secret that Inter would like to bring the Brazil international to San Siro.

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Friday January 21 2011
Zanetti to end career with Inter

Inter captain Javier Zanetti says he will "certainly" end his career with the club, although not for another two years.

The 37-year-old Argentine has been with Inter since 1995 and won the treble last season to crown a golden era in the club's history.

Speaking to ESPN, he said: "I am very happy. I didn't expect to be here for so long with a team as important as Inter.

"I am very happy to have played all these games with the blue and black shirt. Being captain for so many years is a reason to be proud.

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Friday January 21 2011
Milito out for two games

Diego Milito has been ruled out for two matches after picking up an injury against Cesena in midweek.

The 31-year-old scored in the 16th minute of Inter's 3-2 win, but was hauled off shortly afterwards.

Last night scans revealed that Milito has strained a muscle in his left leg.

The Argentine is definitely out of Sunday's trip to Udinese in Serie A.

He is also a major doubt for next week's clash with Napoli in the Coppa Italia.

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Thursday January 20 2011
Leonardo: 'I nearly fainted'

Inter boss Leonardo claims he'll faint if his side ever perform again like they did against Cesena at San Siro last night.

The Italian champions went 2-0 up and looked comfortable, but threw away their advantage, allowing the visitors to equalise before half-time.

Cristian Chivu then nodded Inter back into the lead and a precious victory was sealed, lifting the Nerazzurri into fourth place in Serie A.

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Thursday January 20 2011
Moratti satisfied with Inter

Inter President Massimo Moratti claims he is satisfied with last night's 3-2 win over Cesena even if there was a 'little lapse' in concentration.

The Nerazzurri raced into a 2-0 lead, but were soon pegged back and needed a goal from Cristian Chivu to seal the victory.

Inter's fifth win in a row in all competitions under Leonardo lifts the champions to fourth place in Serie A, just six points behind League leaders Milan with a game in hand.

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Thursday January 20 2011
Chivu's new head

Cristian Chivu is delighted with the winning goal he scored for Inter last night, not least because it came via his 'new head'.

The 30-year-old Romania international has been wearing a scrumcap for nearly a year now after fracturing his skull against Chievo.

Last night he gave Inter the lead in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Cesena at San Siro, which lifts his side into fourth place in Serie A.

"It's the first goal with the new head," he laughed.

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