INTER NEWS

Inter President Massimo Moratti doesn’t believe there was anything sinister in Juventus’ controversial win at Catania on Sunday.
Former Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar has underlined that refereeing errors don’t just favour Juventus.
Inter midfielder Dejan Stankovic has admitted that he would like to stay at the Nerazzurri after his playing career is over.
Sampdoria sporting director Pasquale Sensibile has claimed that his side have every chance of beating Inter when the two meet on Wednesday.
Esteban Cambiasso has urged his Inter teammates to forget about Saturday’s game at leaders Juventus – until Thursday morning.
Diego Milito is delighted that he managed to celebrate his 100th appearance for Inter with a goal at Bologna.
Stefano Pioli once again was left to rue errors, while Andrea Stramaccioni rode some rough periods.
Andrea Stramaccioni reveals why Antonio Cassano was dropped and hopes he’s proving Inter “didn’t do something crazy” by hiring him.
Inter leapfrogged into second place after their away win and nine-man Lazio’s tumble in Florence, while Parma conquered Torino to go seventh.
Inter continued their seemingly unstoppable march with a 3-1 victory at Bologna’s Stadio Dall’Ara.
Rodrigo Palacio and Diego Milito form an all-Argentine front two for Inter, as they take on Bologna’s brand new trident.
Stefano Pioli warns Inter that they will “not tread on” Bologna at the Stadio Dall’Ara despite their differing form.
Raul Bobadilla crushed Udinese with a hat-trick this week, but the Young Boys striker admits he is “dreaming of Inter.”
Andrea Stramaccioni feels Inter are “on the right track, but we haven’t achieved anything yet” ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Bologna.
Inter youngster Ibrahim Mbaye is attracting interest from a number of Serie A clubs, according to his agent.
Inter will be unable to count on Philippe Coutinho for at least the next three weeks because of injury.
Samir Handanovic has played down his crucial late save which helped Inter to victory against Partizan Belgrade.
Rodrigo Palacio is happy to be making a difference for Inter after an injury-affected start to his Nerazzurri career.
Andrea Stramaccioni admits Inter had problems beating Partizan Belgrade and praised Samir Handanovic for “a save worth three points.”
Inter needed a last-gasp goal from Rodrigo Palacio to beat Partizan Belgrade after wasting a series of golden opportunities and running risks at the back.