View Poll Results: Should Inter leave the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium?

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  • Yes, I am not fond of the pitch

    53 10.39%
  • Yes, I don't like the Giuseppe Meazza

    10 1.96%
  • Yes, I dislike the notion of sharing stadium space with AC Milan

    154 30.20%
  • Yes, but only because the rental fees are astronomical

    131 25.69%
  • No, the Giuseppe Meazza is our home

    130 25.49%
  • I am undecided

    32 6.27%
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Thread: New Stadium

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    So still we're not gonna own a stadium? This is a fucking catastrophe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluenine View Post
    On the other hand, Chinese govt has no issues if Inter or Milan spend a lot of money, as long as this money is not originating from China (which has been restricted). Which is why Suning and Lee are funding these clubs via raising loans from outside of China. That is what I have been trying to explain here for a while - if Suning want to invest 200m on transfers, they can easily do it by raising funds in Italy/Europe (just like they did last month with a 300m Bond issue). Suning not investing on transfers is a business decision, pure and simple. "Chinese restrictions" is just an excuse for gullible fans and sports journalists who don't understand finance.
    But bonds need to be paid back by Suning and thats money leaving China right? How is Inter going to generate revenue necessary to pay them back? Bonds were succesful because Suning is behind Inter.

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    some fat BBilan minor shareholder revealed to the media...that Bbilan don't want to share stadiums anymore...Fassone primarily...they want to stay at the GM but...if we want to stay then they will move out...or if we move out they stay...


    http://www.inter-news.it/mondo-inter...a-da-san-siro/

    good I'm sick of sharing with this pigs...
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    Seems like we still want to stay which is good.. But god knows if anything will ever happen.

    The mayor of Milan reveals Milan “are still looking for areas” for a new stadium, while Inter still want to stay at San Siro.

    The Nerazzurri had been planning to build a new training ground in the green area Piazza d’Armi, but didn’t turn up to a meeting today to discuss what to do with the area.

    “I didn’t hear from any of the parties, but I hoped for Inter’s participation,” Giuseppe Sala said as he left the meeting.

    “I hope, since their interest was real, that they can sit down with the owners of the area and find a solution, because it seems strange to me that the interest Inter showed for many months vanished in an instant.

    “San Siro? Milan are still looking for areas, because unlike Inter they expect to build a new stadium.

    “I’ll say to the people of Milan that we’ll try to find a solution before the summer holidays, then if it’s not possible we can say we tried.

    “It would be a shame though, because San Siro isn’t up to the level of the stadiums in other international cities, even though it’s a very charming structure.

    “A new stadium could also be useful for the city.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howl View Post
    Seems like we still want to stay which is good..
    If the stadium will remain municipal then what is good for us?

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    If we bought the stadium and renovated it then it would be good. But I guess that's being too naiive as I dont think that'll happen if Suning are still restricted with their foreign investments.
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    The problem is not the stadium and the (necessary) renovation. The main issue is the surrounding area which needs to be commercialised. That's what gives you revenues every day and you don't rely on match days that much. And match days will obviously have increased revenues after a renovation.

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    You guys dont see the warning signs, huh?

    I hope, since their interest was real, that they can sit down with the owners of the area and find a solution, because it seems strange to me that the interest Inter showed for many months vanished in an instant.

    Suning is abonding the ship.

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    Yea, what’s up with not attending the meeting?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howl View Post
    If we bought the stadium and renovated it then it would be good. But I guess that's being too naiive as I dont think that'll happen if Suning are still restricted with their foreign investments.
    As far as I remember the Mayor wants Milanese clubs to renovate GM and continue playing there under existing conditions. They never said they are ready to sell to any of them. Unless I missed something?

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