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    Inter on wikipedia

    For those who don't know, Inter has a large presence on wikipedia.

    Several simultaneous projects are in the works. Individual players, Inter history, various seasons statistics, languages, etc.

    The english page is
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F.C._Internazionale_Milano

    If you are interested in contributing, feel free to stop by, ask questions in this thread or on the forums.

    Achieving a strong, positive presence on Wikipedia can only be a good thing for the club and its fans.

    Hope you guys decide to join.

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    Tip:

    Supporters and Rivalries section appears twice.


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    I actually have been contributing already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf19 View Post
    I actually have been contributing already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anon View Post
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    Supporters and Rivalries section appears twice.
    Yes one is for our rival clubs and the other is for refs.


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    I did Inter's page on Bosnian language almost myself

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    I did Inter's page on Bosnian language almost myself
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    I have a few questions about San Siro. San Siro is the home stadium for both Bbilan and us, so how is it decided as to whose home game is it, when the 2 are playing? For example in the last match, it was our home game. How is that decided?

    In the games vs Bbilan, do the supporters from the 2 sides sit on different sides? Is there physical separation?

    Does the team, whose home game it is considered, get more tickets, any preference in that game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolmavs View Post
    I have a few questions about San Siro. San Siro is the home stadium for both Bbilan and us, so how is it decided as to whose home game is it, when the 2 are playing? For example in the last match, it was our home game. How is that decided?

    In the games vs Bbilan, do the supporters from the 2 sides sit on different sides? Is there physical separation?

    Does the team, whose home game it is considered, get more tickets, any preference in that game?
    to decide whose home i think its just randomized like every other serie a game is...the team fans who is home does get more tickets
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolmavs View Post
    I have a few questions about San Siro. San Siro is the home stadium for both Bbilan and us, so how is it decided as to whose home game is it, when the 2 are playing? For example in the last match, it was our home game. How is that decided?

    In the games vs Bbilan, do the supporters from the 2 sides sit on different sides? Is there physical separation?

    Does the team, whose home game it is considered, get more tickets, any preference in that game?
    The fixture is decided just like any other fixture. You play every team once at home, and once away. The fact we share the same stadium means nothing.

    With regards to ticketing. The home team makes the money there. I believe for a derby there is usually 80,000 people. If I took an educated guess I would say 65,000 seats allocated to the home team and 15,000 to the away team.


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