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    Inter's Financial Situation

    With clubs in Italy almost competing for bankrupcy in these years I want to know more about how Inters finances are ?

    With our spending spree and low didget player sales on the transfer market it obviously cant be too good. I know about the welth of the Moratti family and Pirellis contribution, but how can we, one year after another, keep on spending as we do? (Davids and Cambiasso signed as free agents but as far as i know with a lot of cash in sign on and performance related bonuses)

    I´m currently working on a report on dansih club FC Copenhagens positive economy in business school and they for example own their stadium and other money making entertainment arenas to make bucks available for purchasing new players.

    is Inter´s capability to compete( at least on a financial level!) in top football for so long without being a regular in CL´s euro-wonderland a question of italian account number jugling or are we making dough?

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    I have also been wondering about this. Some sites report us having a good amount of cash available to buy players though the management are acting as if we are on a slim budget and we have to offload a player the likes of Cannavaro to stay in check.
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    ------------ADRIANO-----IBRAHIMOVIC
    --------------------LUIS FIGO
    -----STANKOVIC---CAMBIASSO---P. VIEIRA
    F. GROSSO----SAMUEL---CORDOBA---J. ZANETTI
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    I know in the 2002 season we cut our debt from 100million to 30 million but thats the last I heard. But I know our revenue coming in is among the best in Europe, top 5 I think.

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    1. Manchester United 251.4m
    2. Juventus 218.3m
    3. AC Milan 200.2m
    4. Real Madrid 192.6m
    5. Bayern Munich 162.7m
    6. Internazionale Milan 162.4m
    7. Arsenal 149.6m
    8. Liverpool 149.4m
    9. Newcastle United 138.9m
    10. Chelsea 133.8m
    11. AS Roma 132.4m
    12. Borussia Dortmund 124m
    13. Barcelona 123.4m
    14. Schalke 04 118.6m
    15. Tottenham Hotspur 16 95.6m
    16. Leeds United 92m
    17. SS Lazio 88.9m
    18. Celtic 87m
    19. Olympique Lyonnais 84.3m
    20. Valencia 80.5m

    and over the last 15 years we didnt win anything so i think thats pretty good but if we start wining i think the stadium will be full and finance will be higher
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    Record Low Ticket Sales For Juve Games Continue
    9/29/2004 12:33:00 PM
    Juventus continue to suffer from terrible attendances at their Champions League home games.
    Yesterday’s match versus Maccabi Tel Aviv saw only 6,494 tickets sold, 1,000 of which were bought by the Israeli side’s fans.

    It is now three consecutive seasons that Juve’s ticket sales for Champions League matches have been progressively decreasing, a trend the Bianconero management is unable to stop.
    my source:
    http://www.goal.com/NewsDetail.aspx?...=24486&progr=1

    i really dont know how r they the second richest club in the world??

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    Ahly Inter, just because Juve has the 2nd biggest amount of revenue doesn't mean they are really the 2nd richest team in the world. Income is one thing, but minusing all the player contracts, coach deals, and all the other expenses will probably lower them down the list.
    INTER - 2006-2007 - SCUDETTO
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    F. GROSSO----SAMUEL---CORDOBA---J. ZANETTI
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    two or three years ago, juve was the only team in italy that can make profit.... so they're in better shape in term of financial management compared to any team in italy...

    inter and milan are different from juve, juve is listed in stock market, while inter and milan are not...

    inter money are mainly backed up by the owners, so this is not a healthy pratice, but we're alright since we have someone like moratti ensuring every player got paid regularly..

    with facchetti management, inter try to be more profesionalls by cutting cost and better transfer campaign...

    so things are looking up...

    with mancini's style, adriano's explosion and perhaps some top throphies, we can pass Mu and real... provided we continue to improve our finance management
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    ...Erm, stop worrying, it seems some of you guys forgot the debts Moratti cleared when he became in charge we haven’t done anything suicidal lately (Well, financially speaking)
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    New article by italian journalist Franco Rossi.
    It's says that we saved 50 mln this year if I'm not wrong.


    Tanto peggio tanto meglio, il calcio italiano va sempre più a fondo.
    I debiti sono aumentati a dismisura e le società hanno già incassato i diritti televisivi dei prossimi anni, l’immagine da un punto di vista tecnico è quella di un calcio che tra Mondiali ed Europei ha vinto solo contro Ecuador e Bulgaria, l’opinione pubblica conta meno di zero, drogata come è da giornali e tv che nella loro maggioranza sono complici di un Potere perverso.

    L’Inter a giugno ha ricapitalizzato per 50 milioni, il Milan, nel quasi silenzio totale, nei giorni scorsi ha chiuso con 30 milioni di passivo, la Juventus di debiti ne ha di meno, ma i tempi dei bilanci sani e da portare a modello sono finiti.

    I responsabili di questo sfascio tecnico ed economico avevano promesso di andarsene.

    Subito dopo gli Europei il presidente della Federcalcio aveva presentato delle finte dimissioni , mentre Adriano Galliani, non più tardi dello scorso 5 maggio aveva promesso: non mi ricandiderò mai più.

    Ma la complicità e la connivenza hanno preso il sopravvento e Carraro che due anni fa, subito dopo il Mondiale, era stato “garantito” (ci fu un clamoroso: guai a chi lo tocca!!!) da un presidente di società che, casualmente, è anche il capo del Governo, sembra destinato a rimanere a vita abbarbicato alla sua poltrona.

    E’ l’uomo che nel mondo, dopo Fidel Castro, da più tempo è al Potere, è l’uomo che ha portato alla rovina economica, tecnica e morale il calcio italiano.

    Galliani che con il Milan oltre al record di vittorie ha anche quello della mala amministrazione (17 bilanci in rosso su 18) resterà presidente della Lega.

    Lo vogliono le Grandi (la Juve gli ha fatto una campagna elettorale strepitosa) e anche le Piccole (il Cahliari non è stato da meno): lo vogliono tutti affinché continui a governare il calcio italiano.

    Nessuno ha più pudore e non c’è più un’opposizione seria.

    A ottobre lo voteranno e poi ricominceranno le solite storie del conflitto di interessi.

    Carraro e Galliani sono due persone per bene, ma con i fatti hanno dimostrato di non essere in grado di governare il mondo del calcio (ripeto, sono già stati incassati persino i soldi di campionati che devono ancora cominciare), ma restano al loro posto perché gli altri sono peggio di loro.

    Sono proprio curioso di vedere se anhche ad ottobre Gallaini sarà eletto all’unanimità come l’altra volta…

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDragon2k2
    Ahly Inter, just because Juve has the 2nd biggest amount of revenue doesn't mean they are really the 2nd richest team in the world. Income is one thing, but minusing all the player contracts, coach deals, and all the other expenses will probably lower them down the list.
    you're wrong in here... Financially Juve is the best club in the world, no doubt about it... It was not very long time ago when Forbes wrote that every football club in the world should handle their financials like Juve does...

    Anyway, you're safe as long as Moratti keeps pumping oil... Roma is screwed, and Milan's financials are pretty much dependable of Berlusconi...
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    With the prices of oil going up and Moratti being an oil baron we are more than safe for the time being...Plus our spending looks good and wise this season for once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziyad
    With the prices of oil going up and Moratti being an oil baron we are more than safe for the time being...Plus our spending looks good and wise this season for once.
    LOL, you really think that you spended the money wisely?! So buying not needed players was cool?!
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    What not needed players? Sinisa Mihajlovic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconeri
    Quote Originally Posted by Ziyad
    With the prices of oil going up and Moratti being an oil baron we are more than safe for the time being...Plus our spending looks good and wise this season for once.
    LOL, you really think that you spended the money wisely?! So buying not needed players was cool?!
    I agree with Ziyad on this one,this season speaking of course.Because the fact is that we hardly spent anything(money only spent on Burdisso and Ze Maria)

    And as for the not needed players comment:

    Carini Not needed
    Burdisso Brings an element to the club
    Favalli Brings an element to the club
    Mihajlovic Not needed
    Ze Maria Brings an element to the club
    Cambiasso Brings an element to the club
    Davids Brings an element to the club
    Veron Brings an element to the club
    Choutos Not needed

    So that means that out of 9 new players,3 we didn't really need and the other 6 will help us in our hunt for glory which means we will need them.

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    You mention that Carini was not needed, but may I ask, who will replace Toldo when he retires? Fontana is OLDER than Francesco, and the last time Cordaz recieved any time was when Toldo got sent off in the Copa Italia game. What will happen without an experienced, yet young custodian between the posts?

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    Bianconeri said: LOL, you really think that you spended the money wisely?! So buying not needed players was cool?!
    LOL Bianconeri, you really have no shame!

    So Inter bought lots of not needed players right? What about Juve? Just explain to me why you pay wages to 6 central defenders (Thuram-Cannavaro-Montero-Le Grottaglie-Ferrara-Iuliano-Tudor) and you have only 4 strikers, including Del Piero who is just a bit injury prone, isn't he? And obviously the 4 strikers also include Fenomeno Zalayeta.

    Juve's squad is 26 players, Inter's 30.

    DEFENCE: Inter 10 players, Juve 11.

    MIDFIELD: Inter 11, Juve 8.

    ATTACK: Inter 6 (Including Choutos), Juve 4.

    I think you should think twice before criticising Inter's squad mate, if you compare it to a Juve side that seems to care only about defending: as long as you have 11 defenders, who cares if Del Piero and Trezeguet get injured? You always have Camoranesi to get a header after a corner and score the 1-0 for you, for the pleasure of the 5,000 people going to see the game at the Delle Alpi
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    Quote Originally Posted by hasta la victoria siempre
    You mention that Carini was not needed, but may I ask, who will replace Toldo when he retires? Fontana is OLDER than Francesco, and the last time Cordaz recieved any time was when Toldo got sent off in the Copa Italia game. What will happen without an experienced, yet young custodian between the posts?

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    I meant that we don't really need him now,but maybe in the future...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frisko
    LOL Bianconeri, you really have no shame!

    So Inter bought lots of not needed players right? What about Juve? Just explain to me why you pay wages to 6 central defenders (Thuram-Cannavaro-Montero-Le Grottaglie-Ferrara-Iuliano-Tudor) and you have only 4 strikers, including Del Piero who is just a bit injury prone, isn't he? And obviously the 4 strikers also include Fenomeno Zalayeta.

    Juve's squad is 26 players, Inter's 30.

    DEFENCE: Inter 10 players, Juve 11.

    MIDFIELD: Inter 11, Juve 8.

    ATTACK: Inter 6 (Including Choutos), Juve 4.

    I think you should think twice before criticising Inter's squad mate, if you compare it to a Juve side that seems to care only about defending: as long as you have 11 defenders, who cares if Del Piero and Trezeguet get injured? You always have Camoranesi to get a header after a corner and score the 1-0 for you, for the pleasure of the 5,000 people going to see the game at the Delle Alpi
    LOL, we spended our money very wisely, we got what we needed... And I really don't what Iuliano is doing with us, but otherwise we have just perfectly balanced squad...
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    INTER SHAREHOLDERS APPROVE BUDGET Friday, 29 October 2004 19:58:59
    MILAN - The F.C. Internazionale S.p.A. shareholders met at Milan 's Teatro delle Erbe tonight to approve the 2003/04 budget and appoint the board of directors, which later met at the club's headquarters in via Durini. The operating loss for 2003/04 is 97 million euros, the majority of which (54 million euros) has been covered by existing reserves (dated to 30 June 2004). The remaining loss (43 million euros) will be covered by future capital reserves

    well this is bad news and I can see more of the same this year as we have sold less season tickets and our wage bill would be about the same our only hope is if we win the champions league or come close to it!

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    I am just curious, with all the rumors/speculation about Inter considering selling Maicon/Cesar, how big are Inter financially in world and Italian football?

    I know that all FC's want to improve profits, but are we doing so bad economically that we have to consider selling our best players, to maintain good balancesheets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolmavs View Post
    BUMP!

    I am just curious, with all the rumors/speculation about Inter considering selling Maicon/Cesar, how big are Inter financially in world and Italian football?

    I know that all FC's want to improve profits, but are we doing so bad economically that we have to consider selling our best players, to maintain good balancesheets?
    who said we consider it?manchester wants them that`s it,it doesn`t mean we accepted to sell them..

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