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    Milan - Inter

    Some might say that we are playing Valencia before Milan's game, so why this thread early, but I guess this thread deserves to start a bit earlier.

    On who shall play in this game, we might only know after the Valencia game.

    If I had to choose a win against Valencia (in Mestalla) or Milan, I would opt for Milan. It's a very important game for us. The upcoming 2 games against Valencia and Milan, might help us to see how our Inter is .....

    Lets hope that we will have all our key players fit for this game. Good that players like J.Zanetti, Cordoba, Stankovic, Emre were rested against Udinese, which would mean that they might be ready (fitness) for the coming two games (if Emre is selected).

    to be cont. very soon ..

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    yeah, we havent wont against milan for sometimes, and in my book winning against milan is 10 times better... than winning against valencia..

    I want us to win, I will be disapointed if we draw, I dont care if we draw against parma or valencia, but I want us to win this game..

    if we win this game, this is the sign we will get scudetto... if not, we should just be optimistic and say to ourselves that this game is not decisive..
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    Sorry prav, its just very confusing when theres 2 topics for 2 games

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    Quote Originally Posted by helal25
    Sorry prav, its just very confusing when theres 2 topics for 2 games

    But Inter-Milan is a very big game.



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    I agree with Pravesh, milan-Inter is one special game wich deserves more attention!!
    Hernán Crespo, Internazionale, after UEFA Champions League game, replying on a question about Ibrahimovic(Sept 26, 2002):

    "He is one of the best forwards I have met this year. In my opinion he can become one of the world's greatest players. He already has enormous qualities."

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    yes i dos....Well I hope we are over our bad luck..regarding Milan cause if we loose this game then we will be 6 p behind Milan and probertly 9 behind Juve...and that is a think we cant afford this is a must win if we wont to have a chance in the league.

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    For me this game is much important and better than the game in the mestalla , not to say that the Valencia game isn't important but this game is very special .

    I believe that we will beat them and end that jinx in the past 2 years . Afterall we were so close to beat the past year under Zac but this year we will make it and let them figure out who are Milano Champions .
    Campioni D' Italia !!!!!!

    "It's an immense emotion" Roberto Mancini after the 15th Scudetto

    "we'll win one thing at a time. Everything is special when you win, winning is always nice, especially at a team like Inter." Zlatan Ibrahimovic

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    Just wanted to tell that we will have previews of this game EVERY DAY during the whole week. The preview today will be written by JOE YUE.

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    So its derby time again!We havent win one derby since Ferbruary 2002,last season we lost both match,hopefully this time we can end this bad record.This time its gonna be different,win or lose,we will see the INTER that will try to take the initiative and try to make things happen rather than just sitting back.And to be honest,that is the only way we can actually beat them.Our defence has been leaking gols so far.If we try to play defensive,I have no doubt its a matter of time before Shevchenko and co. punish us.If we try to do what we have been doing so far this season,I can still see us come out on top,with the unstoppable Adriano and Maldini's nightmare OBAGOL.Its gonna be end to end stuff I predict.

    Our start of the season has been quite mixed.We successfully changed our style to attractive football finally but yet our defense flush em all down the toilet.Sadly,this is the problem we should have predicted when we let Canna leave.More correctly,it should be said we make no attempt to replace him with a player equal to his calibre.Materazzi?!Mihalovic?!they are not in Canna's league to be honest.And Burdisso has not been proved in Serie A so he hardly is the right man for us now.To be honest I dun expect us to win Serie A this season coz juve is simply too strong and we just lack the balance they have.Maybe a top defender in Januaray might change my view on that.

    Back to the derby,we have been dominated by milan in the past few seasons.Just like we did to them few more seasons back.I hope this time it will be the turn of things.In football there are always opportunities to redeem urself.A derby win will throw all the negatives away.I hope yesterday's "historic" victory over Udinese can boost our confidence ahead of 2 crucial games.

    The most emotional derby for me is none other than the Euro second leg.I still remember how despair I felt when Kallon's shot was blocked by Dida at the dying minute,a shot that would have taken us to heaven rather than hell we were in seconds later.My tear burst out when I saw Capitano and Ivan cried like they lost the most valuable things in life.That day was the worst day I felt since I have been an INTER fan.The impact as great as 5/5,if not more.

    But I believe,just like life itself,u can never win forever,just like u can never lose forever.Its up to us.Maybe milan have a slightly more balanced team than us but we're INTER,we can beat anyone anywhere anytime.Sometimes its more the psychological aspect than the sporting ones,this is especially true for INTER.What we need most is not luck or anything but self confidence.We know our strength and we know how good we can be,we just need to show it on the pitch.The thing that can drive us to is self confidence.We can beat juve we can beat milan we can beat anyone but so can we lose to anyone.It all depends on us,to make things happen.

    FORZA L'INTER!!!!!
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    Actually, Abbiatti was the one who blocked that Kallon's shot.

    Stupid Abbiatti, he is such a crappy GK, and he just play one decent game in his whole life, why did it have to be against us?
    Yep, that\'s me...

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    It's this match with AC Milan that in a way reveals what kind of result we can expect from our INTER this season ; this is one of the most important matches for all of us INTER FANS as well as for INTER.....
    From the result of match on Last Sunday , recovering Vieri and ADRIANO,I wish to see AC Milan smashed up....
    As for Valencia,no need to smash them up.....just a win is enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adriano
    yes i dos....Well I hope we are over our bad luck..regarding Milan cause if we loose this game then we will be 6 p behind Milan and probertly 9 behind Juve...and that is a think we cant afford this is a must win if we wont to have a chance in the league.
    Yep this is already a must win match, we can’t afford to go that far behind our rivals. I am really looking forward to this and hope Adriano can keep on his scoring run

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    Will martins return from his injury to be in the line up for this game

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    Hmm...I want us to win big so that Milan fans be quiet about their club's success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pulsar36
    Hmm...I want us to win big so that Milan fans be quiet about their club's success.
    well, i am dreaming of a trashing, but a 1-0 winning for inter will do me fine..
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    I just decided to write something about the derby. It could be seen as a preview, or simply opinions about the derby in my eyes.

    Why the Milan derby means the most to all Inter fans?

    Guys, once again, it is derby time. It is the time leading up to the biggest game of the season for most of us. The importance the derby is so great, that even a traditionally big mid-week fixture with Valencia has paled in comparison. And why is the derby such a big game then? It isn't simply a battle of 2 clubs that share the same stadium in the same city - moreso, it is a battle of pride, honour and prestige.

    The Milan derby is a historically important game in the Serie A calendar. Barring a couple of seasons where the derby was not played, this fixture has had the magical glow of the country's 2 biggest clubs coming head to head, in a game to prove one's superiority over the other, in a city that is very much split in admiration and love for either club.

    This time around, the derby is no less exciting, no less important. Inter are coming into this game undefeated, albeit with a less stunning point total than Milan. The latter can be said to have the slight upper hand coming into the match - but then again, form before the derby counts for little. In the past, so many games have swung by either team, if only because the match is played on the heart.

    Just how many times in the past have we gone into the derby with our hopes held high only to finish the game with our heads in our hands in utter disappointment? Yes, this game is not just a match for the 3 points - it is a game where we put our pride at stake. For as long as anyone has been an Interista, our traditional enemy has been the Milanista. The squabbles, arguments and fights past and present will come to a head during the derby. For 90 minutes, every single Inter and Milan fan will have their hopes in clenched fists, that by the end of the game, only one victor will emerge from the battle.

    In recent times, Inter have had an extremely poor record against Milan that has seen them claw back their deficit in the overall derby win-loss record. This time around, Inter are not looking to simply beat Milan, but to assert an advantage over them in Serie A. However, during the match, statistics and points rarely count for anything. The excitement generated by the playing out of an immaculate spectacle just leaves one in complete awe at the magnificence of this game.

    All in all, the importance of the derby is simply because this game represents everything we have come to love of Inter taking on everything that is the opposite of Inter. Like 2 traditional enemies going head to head, Milan are our nemesis, and beating them is truly one of the sweetest things in an Interista's life. It has been 2 1/2 years since we last beat Milan in a Serie A fixture. It is a long time in waiting - it is time to go out with all guns blazing.

    I can feel it. The derby is ours to win - we just have to believe in the team.

    Forza Inter!

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    I really hope that our dreams dont get shattered like they were before...I dont want a draw,i want a win with complete superiority over the way the game is playing...Even if it was 1-0 i want it to be a dominating 1-0 because anything else and they can come back...U can never sit back with a team like theirs,eventually Sheva,Kaka,and Seedorf will want to get back in it so we have to stop them..

    I hope their Barca game takes alot out of them...
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    Tim, I will use that part for todays preview. Grazie!

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    Great post Miki, i could not describe the excitement surrounding the derby better myself, but i´ll try
    Imagine spending the hole day in Milano, observing and participating in this tense atsmophere,enjoying the beautifyl city and its superb cuisine(a reason more to just love Italy), arriving at San Siro hours before kickoff to get even more out of this, and finally enter the the stadium through the south corner, walking in circles to get to the top level of the stadium wherefrom the magnificent view and sound gives you goosebums, watching a tense and equally-matched game where Serginho scores the only goal, totally tricking Toldo, after 12 minutes to boild up the stadium in joy and disappointment. The satisfaction the derby gave, can´t be compared to what any female is capable of giving, football is not a matter of life and death, it´s much more important as a english manager once said(can´t remember who)
    This derby was witnessed by my deviled, anti-reasonable, milanista-cousin who bring it up everytime we discuss the rivalry, may Adriano have mercy with him on Sunday

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    What did that thug costacurta have to say about Adriano??









    ADRIANO: "A MESSAGE FOR COSTACURTA..."
    Tuesday, 19 October 2004 20:12:37

    [FOTO Tuesday, 19 October 2004 20:12:37] VALENCIA - Adriano news conference (2):

    What do you think about Valencia?
    "They are a great team. The fact that they're missing a few players is an extra possibility for us to win. We will have to take our chances."

    What do you think about all these compliments you're receiving at the moment?
    "I'm feeling fine at the moment, I just have to take advantage of the situation. I have to work hard so this moment doesn't slip by."

    You have received compliments from everyone except Milan. What do you think about that?
    "These are things they do to make a player lose his head. I'm calm, Sunday's match is important for me and for Inter. Ronaldo has shown a lot up to now, and I will do everything to prove Costacurta wrong."

    Do you have a weak point or are you one of those so-called 'unmarkable' players?
    "I don't know. I'm a striker and these are questions for defenders. My duty is to help the team and try to cause problems for the opposing defence."


    We must win this game I don't wanna go trhough another year of hering from my milanista friend how great bilan is.
    Forza Inter per sempre!!!!
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