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    Inter's punishment

    Stadium ban and fine for Inter
    Friday, 15 April 2005

    UEFA's Control and Disciplinary Body has ordered FC Internazionale Milano to play their next six European club competition matches behind closed doors. Of these six matches, the last two are under a probationary period of three years according to Article 15 bis of the disciplinary regulations.

    Fine handed out
    This means that if a further offence is committed during the probationary period, the disciplinary body may order the original sanction to be executed in addition to disciplinary sanctions for the second offence. In addition, Inter have been fined 300,000 CHF.

    Milan go through
    The UEFA Champions League quarter-final second-leg tie has been awarded to AC Milan as a 3-0 forfeit and Milan therefore go through to the semi-finals on a 5-0 aggregate. An appeal against any of these decisions can be submitted within three days from the receipt of the written grounds.
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    hmm, Thats not to bad
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    what a relief!!

    but hey, i have a bad feeling in the probationary something studid will happen and result in us being banned.


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    That's great man...only six matches...huhhh
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    Re: Inter's punishment

    Quote Originally Posted by Enricos
    Of these six matches, the last two are under a probationary period of three years according to Article 15 bis of the disciplinary regulations.
    So, it´s "only" four (4) match ban for now then?

    Am i right or am i right?
    Peppino Prisco: "La gioia più grande? Scontata. Il Milan in B. E per ben due volte: una... a pagamento e una... gratis. Sono dell 'idea che una retrocessione cancelli almeno cinque scudetti conquistati e che la vittoria di una Mitropa Cup elimini i residui"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommi
    So, it´s "only" four (4) match ban for now then?

    Am i right or am i right?
    If u ask me, ur absolutely right, the last 2 are only when we do something bad again or something... Correct me if Im wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enricos
    Quote Originally Posted by Tommi
    So, it´s "only" four (4) match ban for now then?

    Am i right or am i right?
    If u ask me, ur absolutely right, the last 2 are only when we do something bad again or something... Correct me if Im wrong
    There is no need to correct you...! you are right
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    I think this is a good decision. Now, clubs specially in Italy will concentrate more on the security of the stadium. Or at least I would.

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    Well, it could have been worse...

    Now, that means the qualifier and the 3 group games at home will be held with a closed stadium. That's not so bad...
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    We can say for now that it´s four matches. This will cost us so much money, because most teams get most of their income through getting money from the crowd. This will cause us to be able to deal with much less money during the summer market and also to pay salaries to our players.

    Though, this is the best possible thing we could get. A ban from Europe and we could say good-bye to the BIG team Inter. Now we can settle to be a mediocer team in Europe next season, but at least survive.

    Thanks you God damn jerks! (the parts of Curva Nord that has put us in a difficult situation)

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    By the way, how many qualification matches we play in CL? Isn´t it two? So, one qualification match at home plus three group stage matches at home to empty stadiums and that´s it.

    If/when we go round of sixteen, then we can add some spectators to our stadium.

    We´ll also lose "some" money, €193 000 plus that we wont be getting any money from the crowd. Don´t know how much we´ll lose overall. Good think is that i doubt our stadium would´ve been full of spectators in qualification and group matches anyway.

    All in all, i´m pleased for this decision by Uefa.
    Peppino Prisco: "La gioia più grande? Scontata. Il Milan in B. E per ben due volte: una... a pagamento e una... gratis. Sono dell 'idea che una retrocessione cancelli almeno cinque scudetti conquistati e che la vittoria di una Mitropa Cup elimini i residui"

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    We play only one qualifier, since we´ll probably be in the first group of the CL-qualifications. That means that one game will be scratched. If we can manage to surpass the qualifications, we will play the entire group-stage in front of an empty crowd. Three matches, that approximately gets us more than one million Euro. I have no idea what those two other matches are for. Bad behaviour from an empty crowd? Doesn´t make mush sense.

    With this punishment we can count on that the entire transfer market will look differently and we will see some more "Cannavaro" deals where the primarly object is to cut wages. Signing players will be a lot more difficult as well.

    Those who don´t believe that football is so much about money, ought to watch the documentary about Barcelona which contained so much financial discussions, I was shocked. Gate recepits will kill us for next season.

    Again, thanks hooligans.

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    It's still a disgrace! 3 games top would've been right!
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    I dont think those gate receipts will kill us. Just sell Vieri for a million, Adriano for two millions and that´s it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy
    Those who don´t believe that football is so much about money, ought to watch the documentary about Barcelona which contained so much financial discussions, I was shocked.
    I saw that documentary. It came from Svt ´bout a week ago. Too bad it was spoken in spanish language with swedish subtitles. I dont understand either one of them. Still, i watched it.
    Peppino Prisco: "La gioia più grande? Scontata. Il Milan in B. E per ben due volte: una... a pagamento e una... gratis. Sono dell 'idea che una retrocessione cancelli almeno cinque scudetti conquistati e che la vittoria di una Mitropa Cup elimini i residui"

    Peppino Prisco: "Io non rubo il campionato, e in Serie B non son mai stato"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy
    We play only one qualifier, since we´ll probably be in the first group of the CL-qualifications. That means that one game will be scratched. If we can manage to surpass the qualifications, we will play the entire group-stage in front of an empty crowd. Three matches, that approximately gets us more than one million Euro. I have no idea what those two other matches are for. Bad behaviour from an empty crowd? Doesn´t make mush sense.

    With this punishment we can count on that the entire transfer market will look differently and we will see some more "Cannavaro" deals where the primarly object is to cut wages. Signing players will be a lot more difficult as well.

    Those who don´t believe that football is so much about money, ought to watch the documentary about Barcelona which contained so much financial discussions, I was shocked. Gate recepits will kill us for next season.

    Again, thanks hooligans.
    Most of the income comes from TV rights and TV cameras will still be present. Ticket money is chicken feed compared to this. Also, the wage problem is more or less solved with the sale of Cannavaro. If Vieri gets sold or accepts a pay-cut it will sort itself out even further. So the future is not as dark as it seems.

    And stop complaining about Cannavaro. He plays no better then at Inter, he only has Buffon to cover for him.
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    "As well as the fine, the ban will cost Inter heavily in terms of lost ticket revenue and other income.

    Ticket revenue for Tuesday's game, which attracted a crowd of 82,000, was over 3.3 million euros ($4.25 million)."

    Thats a lot of money. At least in the group stages we don't attract that many peeps to begin with. Forza Inter!
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    And while you mention that Milos, we will certainly lose money on TV-rights for the entire group stage as I doubt any TV-stations wants to buy the rights for a game that has no crowds.

    A lot of aspects that needs to be considered. Might not be as bad as it sounds at first, but if you start pealing on that orange, you´ll see how much we will in fact lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy
    This will cause us to be able to deal with much less money during the summer market and also to pay salaries to our players.
    In case we are able to keep our 'irreplaceable' players (first and foremost Adriano) I don't think that's a bad thing at all.

    I guess we lost 5-7 million euros because of this issue. It's a major loss, of course, but not going to overturn the club. As I said this might force Inter to decrease their expenditure which would be nothing but bad.

    But we will probably see in late summer what are the real consuquences. Let's wait and see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy
    And while you mention that Milos, we will certainly lose money on TV-rights for the entire group stage as I doubt any TV-stations wants to buy the rights for a game that has no crowds.

    A lot of aspects that needs to be considered. Might not be as bad as it sounds at first, but if you start pealing on that orange, you´ll see how much we will in fact lose.
    It depends on the opponent and the importance of the game. In fact, pay-per-view might see an opportunity here.
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    We were lucky indeed.

    Let's not make things too dramatic. Surely we'll lose some money, but when you think that we were risking to be kicked out of Europe, the damage is minimal.

    We were going to make the squad smaller next year anyway, so it's not big deal.

    By the way, I'm positive that we don't get ALL of the money they make selling the tickets!

    Anyway, we got away with it. Now I can start trying to forget about this whole sad affair and concentrate on humiliate gobbi next week.

    It's going to be a surreal feeling to play in an empty stadium. For me, the silence is going to sound like a voice saying: "There you go you fools, that's what you get by losing your heads and your dignity".
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    It´s been estimated that the gate receipts will be up to eight million Euro. That´s the price for a very good player in today´s market. We escaped this, but we still lose a lot on pure stupidity and hooliganism.

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