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what are your thoughts of Massimo Moratti as a whole including everything you know what I mean.personally I think the guy has done so much through his skin and blood for the the club but he may need to sell in order for things to move on.He's invested so much but something is missing of course,I certainly hope for all his efforts he wins something prestigious for what he's put it in.
 

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Good and bad as faisial insinuated. His money input is honourable but his descisions regarding the club are questionable.
 

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You simply cannot question a guy like moratti whose love for the club is unstinting . his decisions are all good intentioned, maybe a bit too good intentioned making them appear a bit rash. but as a man and as inters patron i cannot find any fault in him. in practical decision making you can accuse him all you want.
 

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Moratti's love for the club can't be questioned but his policy of hiring and firing as many managers and players as he can has done a lot of damage he needs to learn to some patience.
 

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I like him. I don't care, its his money and he's free to do as he pleases. We don't own the club, we have no say. We are jsut fans. Its his billions and he can do as he pleases. ANd I trust him b/c he is a good fan and he cares about the club. He loves to not suffer.
 

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Handoyo said:
10 bucks Uno di Calvo will post in this thread.
Yeah, I'm here alright. I stole that loser Pulsar's password, haha...here's my post

Uno Di Noi! :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:

Grande Massimo!!!!!!! :jester: :jester:

Yes I'm so homosexual!!!!!!!!! :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: :tongue:

Can I do a little :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: :tongue: :greed: :greed: :greed: :greed: :greed: :greed: so I can feel :irritate: :irritate: :irritate: :irritate: :irritate: :irritate: :irritate:

Whooops I lost my hair! :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart:

Rogaine needs me, I must go....a love story i must say :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart: :heart:

But i forgot one more thing...

CHEERS HOMOS :horny: :horny: :horny: :horny: :horny: :horny: :horny:
 

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LOL CLASSIC :howler:
 

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Actually I thought that was San siro for a sec. :)
 

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I respect Moratti. He is a true Inter fan and it is obvious that his love for the club started when his father was owner and Massimo was a young boy.

Perhaps the most difficult thing for him is that football has changed since then but he seems to be intent on following his father's legacy of hiring and firing coaches and spending big to make the club successful. I do not know if football was easier back in those days (or whether there was less scrutiny on Inter in those days) but what is evident is the fact that hiring and firing coaches and spending millions does not, at least in Massimo's case, bring success.

Despite his shortcomings, I am proud that he owns Inter. What bothers me is the way some posters expect Moratti to walk away from Inter or believe we actually have a choice in having him as club owner. There is no choice. The Moratti family is a great part of Inter's history and Inter is inevitably in Moratti's heart.

As a final word, if you want to understand the respect Moratti commands, all you have to do is look at how Pirlo came to Inter after being asked by Moratti; how Recoba is reluctant to leave until he can in someway repay our club patron; how Vieri loves the Moratti family; how Ronaldo still speaks fondly of him and how Adriano sees him as a father figure. Supporters from other clubs can joke as much as they like about Moratti but the fact of the matter is that in a global sport where money and commercialisation have seemingly become more important than the game itself, Moratti remains a true gentleman and the most loyal of Inter supporters.
 

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I have to agree with u Inter01. Moratti is a great gentlemen although he has made stupid decisions in the past (i think u guys know what im talking about in relation to last years defender). He is often critisised by the Nerazurri faithful, i think he still is respected by most of the Inter supporters. This season i think he has changed his ways of running the club, for instance he has brushed off speculation that Mancio's job is in jeopardy.
 

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Did anyone notice in one of Mancini's recent interviews that our coach referred to Moratti as President? I wonder what Facchetti would have thought.

MANCINI: "WE MUSTN'T LOSE HEART"
Friday, 08 April 2005 16:31:39

APPIANO GENTILE - Roberto Mancini news conference (2):

Could Inter feel psychologically affected by the derby defeat in tomorrow's match?

"It's obvious that there's disappointment after a Champions quarter-final defeat against Milan. But from the next day you have to start thinking about what will happen after. We mustn't lose heart, the disappointment remains for a while. Maybe you have problems sleeping during the night, but from the next day you have to start thinking about the future. No one can lose heart. We have to concentrate on doing well against Bologna first, then start thinking about the derby return leg. It's useless to talk about a match which is over. The derby is in the past. Milan did slightly better than us and perhaps we could have done a bit more, but it went like this. We have an important league match before the return derby, and we cannot afford to slip up in Bologna. Doing well tomorrow could help us for Tuesday's derby. The derby is clearly more important than tomorrow's game, but Inter can't go around cutting a poor figure. So we will take it one match at a time."

Is there anything about Wednesday's derby that you wouldn't repeat?

"I have nothing to blame the boys for. They did very well until the forty-fifth minute of the first half, then Stam's goal affected us a bit and gave Milan more chances to play on the break. But the boys did very well."

Did you speak with Massimo Moratti after the derby?

"Even if we did speak to each other, what we said would remain between us. Is our relationship the same as before? I don't know; I don't think it has changed. He's the owner and I'm the coach, and I'm honoured that he brought me to Inter. I hope I can win with him and with all the Nerazzurri fans. He might decide to change me in the future, but this is normal for a coach. If things don't go well, presidents make their own decisions. But each week we're here talking about our rapport and whether it has changed or not. There will always be mutual respect between us, even when we're no longer working together. But it's no use coming here after every defeat or draw and repeating the same things."
 

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Inter01 seems like u put alot of thought in your posts.
 
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