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Friday March 29 2019
Agnelli: Why not two Milan stadia?

Andrea Agnelli believes Milan and Inter would be better having their own stadiums, while Juventus ‘don’t regret’ theirs seating just 41,000.

Milan and Inter are working on a new, 60,000-seater stadium to replace San Siro, and Agnelli was asked for his thoughts, given he oversaw Juve bin the ageing Stadio delle Alpi for their current home in 2011.

“It’s a stadium that’s still full today, it’s extraordinary,” he told reporters.

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Friday March 29 2019
'Why Milan must leave San Siro...'

Milan President Paolo Scaroni has explained why the club must leave San Siro. “Our revenue is still what it was in 2003.”

Milan and Inter are ready to demolish San Siro and move into a new, 60,000-seater stadium nearby, and Scaroni asserted the city rivals were ‘allies in this project’.

“I won’t exclude leaving San Siro,” he told reporters.

”We need to embark on a journey like the big names abroad have, equipping ourselves with a modern and efficient structure.

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Thursday March 28 2019
Moratti: Why not two stadia?

Massimo Moratti has urged Inter and Milan not to knock down San Siro, explaining that ‘it wouldn’t hurt to have two stadiums.’

The two Milan clubs are reportedly ready to demolish San Siro and replace it with a new, 60,000-seater stadium, but Moratti insists the long-standing venue has too much history.

“I’m really sorry that we’re thinking of knocking down San Siro for more than one reason,” the former Nerazzurri President told Il Giorno.

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Wednesday March 27 2019
Mayor's warning over San Siro

Milan mayor Beppe Sala has warned the Rossoneri and Inter that the council ‘can’t lose ownership of San Siro’, regardless of its fate.

It is understood that Milan and Inter would split ownership of San Siro if both clubs opted to rebuild the stadium, but Sala has now threatened to throw a spanner in the works.

“We need to find a formula because it’s owned by the council with a very long-term concession,” he told reporters.

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Wednesday March 27 2019
Referendum for San Siro fate?

Milan and Inter have reportedly agreed to demolish San Siro, but their plans could be scuppered by a local referendum.

Milan mayor Beppe Sala confirmed on Tuesday that he did not expect there to be any hitches with regards to San Siro being knocked down.

The existing stadium would be demolished once work on a new, 60,000-seater venue is completed.

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Tuesday March 26 2019
Mayor: Prefer to keep San Siro

Milan mayor Beppe Sala admits he would rather San Siro is renovated but has invited the Rossoneri and Inter to come up with a ‘clear proposal’.

Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello reiterated on Tuesday his club’s wish to work with Milan on building a new stadium to replace San Siro, and Sala was asked for his thoughts.

“The superintendence is checking that there are no constraints on San Siro,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Tuesday March 26 2019
'Time has come for new San Siro'

Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello has claimed that it is the right time to move forward with plans for a new San Siro.

Inter and Milan have been working on a new stadium to replace San Siro, and Antonello confirmed the city rivals were putting the final touches to their vision for the venue. 

“We’ve been working on this project with Milan and we believe that a stadium we both own would be crucial for our growth,” he told Sky Sport Italia

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Tuesday March 19 2019
Inter handed another racism ban

Inter have been handed a suspended stand closure after their fans were found guilty of racially abusing Milan midfielder Franck Kessie.

The FIGC’s sporting judiciary heard supporters from the Curva Nord ‘chant racist expressions’ towards Kessie in the seventh and 39th minute of Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina at San Siro.

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Sunday March 17 2019
La Scala del Calcio

As we prepare to experience the Milan Derby at San Siro, Matthew Santangelo realises it might be one of the last at the Scala del Calcio.

The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, or more commonly referred to as San Siro, was erected nearly a century ago in the 1920s, with a string of periodic renovations since then to ensure the structure remained intact and suitable enough for modern football.

With a capacity exceeding 80,000, it is the largest ground in Italy and serves as the home of both Milan and Inter who, with their history of success and winning tradition, have turned the stadium into the hallowed ground we see today.

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Monday March 4 2019
Revealed: The new San Siro

Milan and Inter are both reportedly working towards the construction of a new San Siro, based on the MetLife Stadium and built by 2023.

According to La Reppublica, Milan are only waiting on Inter to give their green light to the stadium project, with the council’s approval having already arrived.

The newspaper explains the original San Siro will be knocked down and replaced by a new, 60,000-seater venue ‘a few hundred metres away’.

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