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Stefan
13 Apr 05, 21:24
Moratti To Quit?
4/13/2005 4:11:00 PM
The Nerazzurri’s Patron had already stepped down as President of Inter during this season.
Massimo Moratti’s future with Inter seems to have come to a sudden and abrupt end. Following Tuesday night’s incidents which, according to the latest speculations, were contestations held by the fans towards the Patron, Moratti has apparently decided to sell the club and leave the football world altogether.

President Facchetti has refused to comment on these rumours but underlined the disgraceful events which the entire world witnessed.

“I’m disappointed for yesterday’s episodes which were serious and condemnable.”

Moratti refused to speak to the press today, thus fuelling the speculation he is set to quit Inter.



Not sure what to make of this. Not sure if it would be good or bad. If someone like Tronchetti were willing to buy Inter maybe it would be a good move.

Roberto
13 Apr 05, 21:54
where is this article from Stefan?

darsez
13 Apr 05, 21:55
I was going to post this too.

I'm not sure if this is good or bad either. With this guy, we have a lot of $$ to spend every season. He's also capable to develop good relationships with players (e.g. Ronaldo).

But he isn't a good club owner. Other owners (e.g. Chelsea's Abromvich) would realize that even if they know soccer, they are still probably inferior to the least-qualified coach. They will then be a quiet back-stage guy who gives the coach 100% control of the team and the players. Our dear Moratti, however, likes to participate in the team's decision. Coaches have to listen to his opinion.

But anyway, I think he is a nice guy and a big Inter patron. We should all thank him even though we didn't win anything with him.

darsez
13 Apr 05, 21:55
It's from goal.com

Stefan
13 Apr 05, 21:57
It's from goal.com

Some of the italian sites have also stated this don't know if its true or not .

Jony
13 Apr 05, 21:59
Yeah he is a fan of Inter, but sometimes fans don't make good presidents.

Roberto
13 Apr 05, 21:59
Goal.com :yuck:, well if other sites posted it perhaps there is some truth.

Stefan
13 Apr 05, 22:06
http://sports.virgilio.it/it/cmc/calcio/200515/cmc_80900.html

Sports.it also has something on it.

catanha
14 Apr 05, 00:00
Don't get excited, boys, such measures have almost come true in the past, but at the end of the day, it didn't occur and never had a chance of occuring.
Just because he stepped down for the Presidents role, doesn't mean sh1t, infact, I think he might even be president once more in the future, he's stood down before, come back up again and so forth. He won't quit for years, IMO, and there's no point in bring your hopes down.
We have to learn to win with him in charge.

DISCO ZZANG
14 Apr 05, 00:56
Moratti very nice man. but bad president job for Inter.

Wasted money.... always stupid transfer market action.... too many changed coach.(of course even fault appoint coach. Hodson :yuck: , Lippi :fero:, Tardelli :frustrat: , Zaccheroni :( etc....) and unlucky.

Moratti plz!!!!!!!!!! :depress:

Ari
14 Apr 05, 04:29
Please Massimo. :cry2: You're a great man who stepped down from being president and club has really gone forward. Please don't do this. You love the club and atleast I love you. IMO after not being president you have only been good for us. :proud:

Hammoudi
14 Apr 05, 04:45
Yeah, let Massimo go and then get some president that will give you honeymoon at the beginning and then bail out. Or get one like Tardini or Cragnotti that will end up in jail and then sell everything.

A good saying goes, a bird in the hand is better than ten on a tree.

snake
14 Apr 05, 04:58
i dont want him to go, unless chelsea give us theirs lol.

Ari
14 Apr 05, 05:33
Me neither. My previous post doesn't say my opinion clearly. :rolleyes:

rC_Ruben
14 Apr 05, 12:18
So any one know what happens if morrati does leave??


Curva nord Took it to far.

scutzon
14 Apr 05, 12:18
If he goes, then it means greater freedom for the coach, and the possibility that we might do well without him poking our asses.

If he stays, then we'll still have loads of money.

I really don't know whether I want him to leave or stay. Maybe he should leave, but give all his money to us. :P

Hammoudi
14 Apr 05, 13:23
i dont want him to go, unless chelsea give us theirs lol.

What? That thug, no thanx. I'd rather endure 10 more years of no trophy than get one with suspicious money.

snake
14 Apr 05, 13:26
i dont want him to go, unless chelsea give us theirs lol.

What? That thug, no thanx. I'd rather endure 10 more years of no trophy than get one with suspicious money.

excuse me? what his from the mafia now??

Hammoudi
14 Apr 05, 13:59
In case you don't know, he is from the russian Oligarchs. It's a long story and you have to be into politics to know it. He basically used illegal means to build his fortune, he is detested by ordinary russians, him and his fellows robbed the country.

But it depends if you care about where your success comes from. If you are like me and care, then I won't like to have him as a president.

snake
14 Apr 05, 14:02
But it depends if you care about where your success comes from. If you are like me and care, then I won't like to have him as a president.

just like the style of play. id hve him as president and defend with 10 cannas if it means trophies :D

but then again doesnt mean we cant get trophies now

Orgoglio Bauscia
14 Apr 05, 14:18
If Moratti did leave, Tronchetti Provera would almost certainly take over.

Based on Moratti's statement on inter.it I don't think he's going to leave

El_Chino
14 Apr 05, 15:05
Moratti has just issued a statement on goal.com saying that he is definitely NOT leaving. Good news in my opinion, he is a very very nice man, and the players often play not for the team or the fans, but for Moratti. Yes he may make incompetent decisions, but he is definitely taking a more backseat role now, and it's hardly his fault when some players (*cough* R9 *cough*) stab him in the back

Ziyad
14 Apr 05, 16:14
In case you don't know, he is from the russian Oligarchs. It's a long story and you have to be into politics to know it. He basically used illegal means to build his fortune, he is detested by ordinary russians, him and his fellows robbed the country.

But it depends if you care about where your success comes from. If you are like me and care, then I won't like to have him as a president.

Soo true Hamed...

What those Oligarchs did when Russia was going from a communist country to a capitalist one was that they forced poeple to sell their shares in big oil companies and so...

They became major owners of such companies by such actions.. :yuck:

When i say forced i hope u know what i mean,some people who refused to sell their share even disappeared mysteriously

DISCO ZZANG
14 Apr 05, 16:51
Moratti has just issued a statement on goal.com saying that he is definitely NOT leaving. Good news in my opinion, he is a very very nice man, and the players often play not for the team or the fans, but for Moratti. Yes he may make incompetent decisions, but he is definitely taking a more backseat role now, and it's hardly his fault when some players (*cough* R9 *cough*) stab him in the back

Yeah... Moratti definitely not leaving. because Moratti also really really really really want see "GRANDE INTER".

I hope this summer Moratti will make great transfer action. in that case becoming "GRANDE INTER"

Ziyad
14 Apr 05, 16:56
As much as i love the guy (who i might add has always been the classiest of the teams owners )and who i value for his great sacrifices.I think maybe its time for him to leave because there has been soo much negativity surrounding us.

We have changed alot in the past maybe this was the change neccessary,with a honorary position for him either that or really give Fachetti the steering wheel of this club..

That said i really love the guy alot.His character makes u proud to support the team.

Gaetan
14 Apr 05, 17:03
At this point, anyone who is blaming Moratti for any wrong doing in all these antics and the "bad" season that we've had under Mancio are just looking to point figures at anyone. For once, he has managed to learn from his mistakes, stick to just dishing the cash and watching the team perform, and it's all a matter of time before the players have geled enough to come together. This was our coach's first season, and it hasn't been a total disaster if we keep up the pace and clinch a spot in the CL next year.

Moratti loves this club, and i doubt we'd find an 'owner' that would be willing to throw away so much cash and yet receive nothing but slaps in the face every year with no trophy in return. Molto grazie, Massimo!

Mikkel
14 Apr 05, 19:00
There are only 3 things I like abouth Moratti
1. His personality
2. His money
3. His love towards Inter

But realistically he was the worst president that Inter have had for soooooooooo long. And he have a bad habit of sacking the coaches after a very short weile. And last but not least he buys a new team every year, no wonder that we don't win anything, he is the main reason why we haven't won the scudetto since 89. I would like the day he takes his shoes and leave. Unless he stop putting his nose into places where it dosen't belong. He should let the profesionals do thire job, and only help the club economical thats it.

El_Chino
14 Apr 05, 19:10
But that's the thing, Moratti has clearly realised his old way of doing things was not helping, and has taken a backward step, leaving Mancini, Oriali or watever you call him, and our other transfer gurus to get on with it

Javier Zanetti
14 Apr 05, 19:13
First of all ,Moratti has learned from his mistakes and he shows it in his recent interviews.

In addition to that ,it looks like we fans don't learn from our mistakes ,because I have the feeling that we will again realise what we have only after we lose it , that is when Moratti leaves and we won't find an oil tycoon who can play the wages of our players.

Mikkel
14 Apr 05, 19:35
I would actualy like to know this for some wheile now, how much money is Moratti worth. (how much do he earns a year, personal fortune and so on)

Enricos
14 Apr 05, 20:32
Dream on guys, he aint leaving

Zamat
14 Apr 05, 22:04
If I'm correct, he's in the oil business, so he has LOADS of cash. Also, the other patron of Inter, whose name I can't remember, is the president of both Pirelli and Telecom Italia. No further comment needed I suppose... ;)

Hammoudi
15 Apr 05, 01:33
Troenchetti Provera.

The Count of Anti-Milan
15 Apr 05, 06:49
First of all ,Moratti has learned from his mistakes and he shows it in his recent interviews.

In addition to that ,it looks like we fans don't learn from our mistakes ,because I have the feeling that we will again realise what we have only after we lose it , that is when Moratti leaves and we won't find an oil tycoon who can play the wages of our players.

Spot on. To top it all, a good portion of Interisti think the same way as Moratti: they want half the team sold, coach kicked out, buying new players who they will jeer at the first wrong pass or a bad game.

Mikkel
15 Apr 05, 07:03
Just great :wallbang:

Well Moratti is not that rich, he is not even billionaire. I looked at the Forbes homepage where they have listed all the billionaires in the world. And I faunded out that there where only 8 of them in Italy. And of cause the riches of them where Milans beloved Silvio Berlusconi (25'th ritches person in the world) with a fortune of 12$ billion. No wonder that they have such a greath team.

Choppin Onions
17 Apr 05, 22:53
Having tons of money doesn't mean automatic championships, though it certainly helps. Moratti is still filthy rich, maybe not Berlusconi rich but enough to go after high profile players. I don't think we should ever complain about our financial situation seeing how Inter are one of the richest clubs in the world. There a tons of clubs that would envy the backing Inter get from Moratti, Provera, etc..

And if Moratti ever did quit, some other high profile multi-millionare (probably Provera like others said) would buy Inter. I don't think our beloved team will ever be short of money.... at least not in our lifetime.

Ziyad
18 Apr 05, 07:30
Adriano: If Moratti isnt that rich(because he isnt on the forbes list)and he still spent more than 500 million,wouldnt that make u luv the guy more instead of less?? :confused:

:heart: :heart: Moratti :heart: :heart:

Just leave the non-monetary part of the transfer campaign to Fachetti :star: :star: :star: