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Saturday May 25 2013
Mock the Quotes: Inter-dimensional portal

Massimo Moratti discovers a scientific anomaly, Rafa Benitez gets homework and Antonio Conte’s fairytale wisdom as Susy Campanale finds the silliest comments.

“Walter Mazzarri? They're all good Coaches, but then they have to work at Inter which is something different…”

Massimo Moratti finally concedes his club is an alternate dimension

“Moratti confirmed me four days ago, so I doubt he has changed his mind in such a short space of time…”

Does Andrea Stramaccioni know anything about working in Italy?!

“The new Coach has to love Neapolitan-ness; he has to start speaking in Napoletano.”

Aurelio De Laurentiis sets Rafa Benitez some homework and a steady diet of pizza

“I’ve given myself a birthday gift, I've signed Benitez.”

Would some socks not have been better for De Laurentiis?

“I’ve been to hell and back. Six minutes from time we were out of the Champions League. It was a last-gasp win, but almost my last gasp too!”

Milan, Adriano Galliani and his lucky yellow tie almost came a cropper in Siena

“We finished fourth in the Serie A table, but third on the field.”

This must be the first time Fiorentina general manager Sandro Mencucci has paraphrased Juventus

“With a few more penalties Milan could have almost won the Scudetto this season.”

Manuel Pasqual also notes Mario Balotelli would’ve been Capocannoniere

“I get bored repeating the same things all the time. I’ve already said that I’d confirm myself in the job. Maybe I’ll change it up for you: I’d definitely fire myself, as I am incompetent!”

Aurelio Andreazzoli may as well get in there first

“In Italy there is this obsession with tactics, so you can even win when playing badly.”

Massimiliano Allegri feels maybe Benitez is perfect for Serie A after all

“Look at the Inter side which won the treble. That season they won everything, that was the peak but they built nothing.”

Antonio Conte really learned his lesson from reading Three Little Pigs as a child

“Nobody looks like me now, they’ve all got mohicans!”

Alessandro Del Piero forgets he used to have a mullet...

“I think it is hard to wear the Juventus shirt.”

Stripes are not slimming, warns Parma director Pietro Leonardi

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Have your say...
wish mazzarri well.strama never should have been given the job.you dont join a company and straight away be appointed the ceo.to manage a giant like inter you should have a good cv behind you.inter have sacked many world class managers for less.poor strama was like a little boy lost this season.mazzarri looks hard which we need now. lots of deadwood to be culled.forza inter onwards and upwards
on the 26th May, 2013 at 12:35am
More comments by milan fans that make no sense all.
on the 25th May, 2013 at 12:00pm
GENIOUS BY YOU
I KNOW YOU ARE A MILAN FAN , BUT YOU REALLY HAVE PUT SHARP FUNNY COMMENTS

MILAN DESERVE TO HAVE A FAN LIKE YOU , I'M AN INTER FAN , I'M TRYING NOT TO BE , UNFORTUNATLY , I'M A FAN OF LOSERS.......LOL
on the 25th May, 2013 at 10:39am
Mazzarri is really inte's type.
1.Hate juve so much.
2. Easily came out with conspiracy theories where he put his side as d victim.
3.Implementing americanFootball (nfl) style instead of italian football. Hahaha. Soon there will be some new deadly materazzi.
4. Rely badly to senior players (like inter in their prime). Will he request for new italian "los galaticos"?. Strama will b so very jealous if it really happened.

Hahahaha
on the 25th May, 2013 at 10:33am
I really hope that I am proved wrong, but Mazzarri's arrival is a disaster for all the talented young players at Inter's academy. Mazzarri has never had both the courage & patience to give young players a sustained run in the first team, stifling their development. Insigne, Radosevic, & Vargas have all gone backwards under him. With Mazzarri gone, I really hope that Insigne will rediscover his Pescara form, & that his younger brother, Roberto, breaks through.
on the 25th May, 2013 at 9:36am

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