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    Atletico can't be classified in the same category as Porto. They know when to sell players at their peak price (Griezmann), in the mean time they know when to spend record money if necessary (Simeone, Felix).

    They were on verge of winning CL with their "mixed" policy. Perfect model for us to follow.

    We often have problems with selling. We either kept players for too long (Icardi, Perisic), or sold them too early (Kovacic), let alone the flops.

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    Well said.

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    Inter to make 5.5m from latest derby

    The second Derby della Madonnina of the season is set to make Inter an estimated €5.5m in match day revenue, the fourth highest in Serie A history.

    In the region of 75,000 fans are expected to converge on San Siro for the clash between Inter and Milan this evening.

    This is thought to translate to roughly €5.5m in gate receipts, ranking it fourth on the all-time list of Serie A match day revenues, the third highest involving Inter, and the seventh including all competitions.

    The top ten are as follows:

    Inter vs Barcelona – Champions League 2019/20 - €7.8m
    Inter vs Juventus – Serie A 2019/20 - €6.6m
    Inter vs Barcelona – Champions League 2018/19 - €5.9m
    Milan vs Inter – Serie A 2018/19 - €5.8m
    Inter vs Juventus – Serie A 2018/19 - €5.59m
    Roma vs Liverpool – Champions League 2017/18 - €5.54m
    Inter vs Milan – Serie A 2019/20 - €5.5m
    Juventus vs Atletico Madrid – Champions League 2018/19 - €5.5m
    Inter vs Juventus – Serie A 2017/18 - €5.2m
    Milan vs Juventus – Serie A 2018/19 - €5.1m
    The Nerazzurri have amongst the highest average attendances in Europe, with their average this season being 64,889 fans per game. Below are Inter’s league attendances for 2019/20 thus far:

    Lecce – 64, 188

    Udinese – 57, 991

    Lazio – 56, 175

    Parma – 67, 076

    Verona – 66, 202

    SPAL – 61, 221

    Roma – 67, 008

    Genoa – 57, 490

    Atalanta – 70, 042

    Cagliari – 70, 465
    NULLA IMPOSSIBILE PER QUESTA SQUADRA! FORZA INTER PER SEMPRE

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    So we failed to win in all four matches with highest attendence. I hope it will be different today.

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    If we sold perisic and icardi before or at peak value, we would be mid-table still. Both were great transfers. Both acquisitions helped us out of an era of poor results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DARi0 View Post
    Inter to make 5.5m from latest derby

    The second Derby della Madonnina of the season is set to make Inter an estimated €5.5m in match day revenue, the fourth highest in Serie A history.

    In the region of 75,000 fans are expected to converge on San Siro for the clash between Inter and Milan this evening.

    This is thought to translate to roughly €5.5m in gate receipts, ranking it fourth on the all-time list of Serie A match day revenues, the third highest involving Inter, and the seventh including all competitions.

    The top ten are as follows:

    Inter vs Barcelona – Champions League 2019/20 - €7.8m
    Inter vs Juventus – Serie A 2019/20 - €6.6m
    Inter vs Barcelona – Champions League 2018/19 - €5.9m
    Milan vs Inter – Serie A 2018/19 - €5.8m
    Inter vs Juventus – Serie A 2018/19 - €5.59m
    Roma vs Liverpool – Champions League 2017/18 - €5.54m
    Inter vs Milan – Serie A 2019/20 - €5.5m
    Juventus vs Atletico Madrid – Champions League 2018/19 - €5.5m
    Inter vs Juventus – Serie A 2017/18 - €5.2m
    Milan vs Juventus – Serie A 2018/19 - €5.1m
    The Nerazzurri have amongst the highest average attendances in Europe, with their average this season being 64,889 fans per game. Below are Inter’s league attendances for 2019/20 thus far:

    Lecce – 64, 188

    Udinese – 57, 991

    Lazio – 56, 175

    Parma – 67, 076

    Verona – 66, 202

    SPAL – 61, 221

    Roma – 67, 008

    Genoa – 57, 490

    Atalanta – 70, 042

    Cagliari – 70, 465
    Yeah great but it's because they raised the prices so fucking much. To ridiculous standards. Two tickets to the juve game, in a very average section cost me 350 euro.

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    https://www.law.com/dailybusinessrev...h-inter-milan/

    Subscription required, but the TL;DR is that American courts gave us a major win as they denied one of Inter Miami's claims as to why their name should be allowed to stand. Miami still has another claim spending and the battle is long from over.

    Miami's main argument remaining is that "Inter" is a description and therefore cannot be copyrighted.

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    Club Internacional de Ftbol Miami

    Why not Miami FC, similar to other MLS club names, but noooooo Becks wanted to be special lol.

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    I for one don't think it's okay to copyright words such as "International"... we shouldn't be winning such a lawsuit. Also there's a couple of other Inters, so there's a precedent. Not that I know anything about law but it would be unfair to prevent them from naming themselves Inter Miami if there's Inter Turku for example.
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    For me, Inter is the opening to new worlds and courage. Its a strong passion, a marvellous illness. You can put up with the weaknesses and admire the courage, the same way you would with a son.
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    Considering the number of clubs called Inter I didn't really think this lawsuit would get anywhere. Fwiw though whenever I see "Inter Miami" I always initially think "Inter Milan". I think the Mi___ after Inter can be a bit confusing.

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    Separate from the lawsuit, but I also think Inter Miami is an incredibly contrived and unoriginal name.

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    Lol, what? This "report" is a fucking joke, what is the methodology here?! We're after fucking Nagoya Grampus

    "Owner potential investment" skews the whole thing badly - Nagoya with half a billion, we're sitting at 170M.... The fuck are those guys smoking?

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    i may assume it's due to the absence of tangible assets, like stadium for example. Probably those Asian clubs have stadiums worth 1 bln

    I also think the difference (FFI score) between us and Napoli is the squad value + Net debt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forzainter257 View Post
    i may assume it's due to the absence of tangible assets, like stadium for example. Probably those Asian clubs have stadiums worth 1 bln

    I also think the difference (FFI score) between us and Napoli is the squad value + Net debt.
    Indeed, "Tangible Assets (i.e. team’s stadiums, training centres and other properties)"... We also have a lot of debt indeed.

    Also: Owner Potential Investment is a Soccerex index created to define the potential to be invested in a football club by the
    owner or ownership group. For the purposes of the report, a starting percentage was used based on research and evaluation
    of the owner investment to date, with further weighting applied based on analysis of macro & microeconomic factors such
    as ownership structure, national league restrictions and other regulations such as financial fair play.

    It's just a shitty masturbatory report from those guy, wouldn't pay too much attention to it. We just can't be worse financially than half of the teams ahead of us.
    Inter is an artistic venture, almost poetic. It is capable of provoking immense, unreachable joy and bitter disappointment. Its never done by half-measures.
    For me, Inter is the opening to new worlds and courage. Its a strong passion, a marvellous illness. You can put up with the weaknesses and admire the courage, the same way you would with a son.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wobblz View Post
    Indeed, "Tangible Assets (i.e. teams stadiums, training centres and other properties)"... We also have a lot of debt indeed.

    Also: Owner Potential Investment is a Soccerex index created to define the potential to be invested in a football club by the
    owner or ownership group. For the purposes of the report, a starting percentage was used based on research and evaluation
    of the owner investment to date, with further weighting applied based on analysis of macro & microeconomic factors such
    as ownership structure, national league restrictions and other regulations such as financial fair play.

    It's just a shitty masturbatory report from those guy, wouldn't pay too much attention to it. We just can't be worse financially than half of the teams ahead of us.
    That report is hilarious. Dont waste your time looking at it. They dont even have our ownership structure and figures correct.

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    At dinner last night someone has said that Italy is considering to increase its income bracket to 65%. Didn't find anything online with a quick search. Does anyone know if there's any debate about this stuff over there?
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    The good times are ending. Our sponsorship revenue is expected to be 60mil down year on year this year because of non renewal of Asian contracts as some of us called a few years ago.

    Its worth mentioning there is an outside chance of a City style investigation - given some of these contracts it's not impossible we were getting owner cash via back avenues - much like City did.

    Plusvalenza of icardi and perisic this summer should hopefully help a bit but we really need to get into later stages of CL and reduce player churn


    Note i dont think its too likely yet - it took email leaks for City to be investigated, but they might use inter as an argument in their defence for example.

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    Inter have reportedly suffered a €22.4m decrease in sponsorship revenue from their deals made in Asia.

    The Nerazzurri have, according to Calcio e Finanza, made €38.3m in sponsorship revenues during the first six months of the campaign.

    Compared to the same period last year, when the revenues had amounted to €60.7m, it means that Inter have suffered a significant decrease of approximately €22.4m in guaranteed sponsorship money.

    The outlet has looked at this semesters report from Inter Media and Communication and found a 37 per cent decrease of the total sponsorship revenues received from their partners.

    Sponsorship during the first half: 2018 vs 2019

    Shirt sponsor (Pirelli): 2018: €5.27m 2019: €6.13m

    Technical sponsor (Nike): 2018: €5.03m 2019: €6.25m

    Partnership EU/Global: 2018: €5.87m 2019: €8.07m

    Regional sponsor and naming rights: 2018: €44.53m 2019: €17.85m

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    Quote Originally Posted by dax21 View Post
    Inter have reportedly suffered a 22.4m decrease in sponsorship revenue from their deals made in Asia.

    The Nerazzurri have, according to Calcio e Finanza, made 38.3m in sponsorship revenues during the first six months of the campaign.

    Compared to the same period last year, when the revenues had amounted to 60.7m, it means that Inter have suffered a significant decrease of approximately 22.4m in guaranteed sponsorship money.

    The outlet has looked at this semesters report from Inter Media and Communication and found a 37 per cent decrease of the total sponsorship revenues received from their partners.

    Sponsorship during the first half: 2018 vs 2019

    Shirt sponsor (Pirelli): 2018: 5.27m 2019: 6.13m

    Technical sponsor (Nike): 2018: 5.03m 2019: 6.25m

    Partnership EU/Global: 2018: 5.87m 2019: 8.07m

    Regional sponsor and naming rights: 2018: 44.53m 2019: 17.85m
    Woah apart from our fake Chinese sponsors, the amount of other sponsors is ridiculous.
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