I've seen 2 games against Samp, Parma, both in the San Siro. Inter won both, 3-0 and 3-1 respectively with crowds of 60,000 for both. It felt f***ing great when Inter scored.
Unfortunately due to the difficulties of balancing college and work I haven't made it over to Milano for 2 years but I should make it late this year. Been saving the pennies.
I'd certainly recommend it to anyone, it really is a unique experience but obviously its gonna be difficult if your in the US or whatever. The San Siro is the best stadium I've been to (I've been to Old Trafford, Bernabeu and Nou Camp).
I'll always remember the universal horror in the stadium in 95/96 when it was announced that Festa would start against Parma. Those who seen him play will understand It was a pretty funny moment
I am opening this for some pre-game warmup, hope it is not against your forum rules.
Conte and Rannochia at the media conference, which ended just a few minutes ago:
Brozovic did not travel along with Handanovic. So, no Balkunts in Inter lineup tomorrow :smh:
Fun fact: Tomorrow's game will...
It is confirmed now that the game will take place in Milano behind closed doors.
Judging from their manager statements Ludo will take the game seriously. Keseru will likely start as a lone forward as he has recovered from the slight knock, which kept him away from playing in the first leg...
Well I am not too happy with the price, but at least this will please the coach..
Hopefully Lukaku scores 30 goals next season (and in the following ones) to justify this price tag
The most expensive player ever in the history of Inter.
Inter finally agree Lukaku deal