I just want to open your eyes for something about Inter that seems more than unbelievable to me.
I am living in Germany and have always been enthusiastic for Inter since the 1980s, when German Player Müller, Rummenigge, Matthäus, Brehme and Klinsmann played for Inter. So for nearly 20 years, Inter was “my” club. In all these years I traveled to Milano up to ten times per season to see matches live at the Meazza stadium.
So there was a lot of money, time and effort that I spent as being an “Interista”.
But in the meantime I am only disappointed about this arrogant and ignorant club.
And that is the reason: FC Internazionale’s head office does not keep if for necessary answering a short letter with two or three questions that a long time supporter sends to them.
I am trying that now for at least three months. Three times I sent the same friendly telefax in easy English language.
My questions mainly concerned the presumed end of the official printed magazine “Inter Football Club” (because since July it is not possible to buy it in Germany any longer and there has also been no hint on Inter’s website). The second reason for writing were massive troubles that I had the day before the Parma-match some weeks ago, buying tickets in advance in the city of Milano. During a 3-hour-journey through Milano I had been told in each ticket office that from the beginning of the 2009/2010-season it is no longer possible to buy tickets for Inter matches there, although Inter points out to these special ticket offices at it’s own website. Very strange, indeed.
So I tried to send my questions per Telefax, I also used the function “Contact the club” on the website, I also phoned and asked to be connected to a person that could answer my questions – everything without success.
I cannot believe that I club that has the word “international” in its name can behave like that. By the way: I had one contact to Inter per Telefax in the early 90’s, concerning tickets. And I remember, that in those times after about one week I got a very friendly answer.
Unfortunately times seem to have changed. And the most disappointing thing is: Here in Germany every club from the 5 th division would be able to answer such a question – even in English. I am sure that it would be the same in almost every other country.
But Inter today obviously became an arrogant and ignorant club that is happy that its supporters bring money. But there is no service at all, even for foreign supporters.
For me the consequence is clear: Bye, bye Inter.