Inter - Roma (23 Apr 22) [3-1]

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Don’t you just love seeing Inter back in form again in the most crucial part of the season?

I think this Khabib quote is very fitting for the league and the Coppa

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Another display of dominance please
 

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Now, I'm even more upset about this match. Roma haven't lost a game in Serie A since their meltdown against jube at the beginning of January. We are with high confidence boost after beating Milan, and I expect the team to choke badly here.
My only hope is Lazio to stanch a point against Milan, at least.
 

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Early goal and they will start thinking about next match.

But have a feeling this will be a draw and same for Lazio-Milan so I guess let's try to be as calm as possible in case of our draw cause 24 hours later things might be the same.
 

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Hi!

First of all congratulations for the wonderful victory today in the cup semi-finals!

I'm a portuguese football fan (my clube here is Vitória SC, from Guimarães city) that always takes the chance to see any game abroad.
As I'm going to be in Milano this weekend, I have managed to get a ticket to Inter-Roma and I'm super excited to see it and to finally get to enter the Giuseppe Meazza stadium and see the Nerazzurri in live fashion!

I have a couple of questions and I would really appreciate if you could answer:

- Is it ok to enter the stadium with a "normal" backpack (like a school one, not a piece of luggage)?

- Rain is predicted. Is it ok to enter with a normal (small) "plastic" umbrella?

- Do I need to use an FFP2 mask, or is a normal surgical one enough?

- For the "green pass" (european digital covid certificate) I checked with the "base" case in VerificaC19 (the italian app) and it was ok. I that enough? I'm asking because I do not have a booster dose (only the two normal ones) as I've recently had COVID-19 (less than 180 days ago.)

- Besides the ticket, the digital certificate and ID (to confirm the ticket name, bought on the Inter website), anything else I should be bringing?

Thanks in advance and I hope to be part of a wonderful stadium atmosphere (and I also hope Inter gets the domestic treble: after the Supercoppa in January, now the Serie A and then the Coppa).
 

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Regardless of the obvious Mourinho return to San Siro jinx, I'm not concerned about Roma. I was much more apprehensive about the derby today but despite Milan's 7 consecutive clean sheets we shattered that streak in 3 minutes.

IMO more so than Milan, Roma have flattered to deceive during this positive run of theirs. Despite not having lost since the first week of January, they still play like absolute shit and their streak includes a lot of crap draws and narrow wins over shitters.

I'm very rarely so confident against anyone, because Pazza Inter is an incurable condition and a ticking timebomb that can go off at any moment. Barring a major meltdown though, I think we'll easily dismantle Roma.

More specifically, I think Mourinho's defensive setup is simply not very good, nor are many of the individual pieces like Ibanez or Mancini. I think they can't handle teams who play in the way we do, especially if he continues to plays 3 at the back, and I suspect we'll be able to pass our way through them and create numerous chances.

Correa - Toro must start together again.
 

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Hi!

First of all congratulations for the wonderful victory today in the cup semi-finals!

I'm a portuguese football fan (my clube here is Vitória SC, from Guimarães city) that always takes the chance to see any game abroad.
As I'm going to be in Milano this weekend, I have managed to get a ticket to Inter-Roma and I'm super excited to see it and to finally get to enter the Giuseppe Meazza stadium and see the Nerazzurri in live fashion!

I have a couple of questions and I would really appreciate if you could answer:

- Is it ok to enter the stadium with a "normal" backpack (like a school one, not a piece of luggage)?

- Rain is predicted. Is it ok to enter with a normal (small) "plastic" umbrella?

- Do I need to use an FFP2 mask, or is a normal surgical one enough?

- For the "green pass" (european digital covid certificate) I checked with the "base" case in VerificaC19 (the italian app) and it was ok. I that enough? I'm asking because I do not have a booster dose (only the two normal ones) as I've recently had COVID-19 (less than 180 days ago.)

- Besides the ticket, the digital certificate and ID (to confirm the ticket name, bought on the Inter website), anything else I should be bringing?

Thanks in advance and I hope to be part of a wonderful stadium atmosphere (and I also hope Inter gets the domestic treble: after the Supercoppa in January, now the Serie A and then the Coppa).

Unless things have changed then backpacks are allowed, they'll just search it. Umbrellas are not allowed, but maybe if it's a little compact one they won't notice. If you pack one just know you may have to throw it away at the gates. Haven't been since covid so no idea on that stuff.
 

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Regardless of the obvious Mourinho return to San Siro jinx, I'm not concerned about Roma. I was much more apprehensive about the derby today but despite Milan's 7 consecutive clean sheets we shattered that streak in 3 minutes.

IMO more so than Milan, Roma have flattered to deceive during this positive run of theirs. Despite not having lost since the first week of January, they still play like absolute shit and their streak includes a lot of crap draws and narrow wins over shitters.

I'm very rarely so confident against anyone, because Pazza Inter is an incurable condition and a ticking timebomb that can go off at any moment. Barring a major meltdown though, I think we'll easily dismantle Roma.

More specifically, I think Mourinho's defensive setup is simply not very good, nor are many of the individual pieces like Ibanez or Mancini. I think they can't handle teams who play in the way we do, especially if he continues to plays 3 at the back, and I suspect we'll be able to pass our way through them and create numerous chances.

Correa - Toro must start together again.
I will bet a substantial amount of money on Dzeko starting.
 

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I will bet a substantial amount of money on Dzeko starting.
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Oh well. If nothing else, at least Dzeko has scored in both meetings with Roma this season. I'd want Lautaro to start every game for the rest of the season but the most important thing is that Inzaghi continues with these CF + SS duos. No more fucking Dzeko and Lautaro at the same time.
 

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It would be so typical after great win against Bbeelan that Inzaghi fields against Romamerda Dzeko and Lautaro upfront and again we struggle to score lol
 
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Hi!

First of all congratulations for the wonderful victory today in the cup semi-finals!

I'm a portuguese football fan (my clube here is Vitória SC, from Guimarães city) that always takes the chance to see any game abroad.
As I'm going to be in Milano this weekend, I have managed to get a ticket to Inter-Roma and I'm super excited to see it and to finally get to enter the Giuseppe Meazza stadium and see the Nerazzurri in live fashion!

Have a friend that supports Vitoria. Hates Braga, so I suppose you're similar :D

I trust you've been to several stadiums around Europe and this is not just a random trip, but prepare to be amazed by the entire experience. The first moment you lay eyes on the stadium and the first moment you enter it will be with you forever, especially when it's packed.

I have a couple of questions and I would really appreciate if you could answer:

- Is it ok to enter the stadium with a "normal" backpack (like a school one, not a piece of luggage)?

Yeap. Just don't have anything awkward inside, they'll ask to check it.

- Rain is predicted. Is it ok to enter with a normal (small) "plastic" umbrella?

It's best to not have one and instead wear an impermeable. If you have tickets in an uncovered space, just be prepared to get drained if that's what it is.

- Do I need to use an FFP2 mask, or is a normal surgical one enough?

- For the "green pass" (european digital covid certificate) I checked with the "base" case in VerificaC19 (the italian app) and it was ok. I that enough? I'm asking because I do not have a booster dose (only the two normal ones) as I've recently had COVID-19 (less than 180 days ago.)

- Besides the ticket, the digital certificate and ID (to confirm the ticket name, bought on the Inter website), anything else I should be bringing?

Thanks in advance and I hope to be part of a wonderful stadium atmosphere (and I also hope Inter gets the domestic treble: after the Supercoppa in January, now the Serie A and then the Coppa).

These things are fluid and most of us aren't based in Italy and don't go to matches on a frequent basis so it's best to receive the advice directly from the authorities.

Some useful links:

https://www.italia.it/en/covid19

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P.S: If you have time to spare, visit the museum as well.
 

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Roma is not easy even tho it's on home soil and there best player imo is out. Yet. I see Milan losing more points than us the final games. There schedule is much much thougher than ours.
 

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Roma are the best away team in Italy on current form, and have an outside chance of making the top 4. This is the worst team to be facing at this stage.

This probably has never been said before at FIF, but this is the real test.
 

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Roma are the best away team in Italy on current form, and have an outside chance of making the top 4. This is the worst team to be facing at this stage.

This probably has never been said before at FIF, but this is the real test.
What do you consider current form? Last 5, 10, 15 or 20 games they are ranked 6th for away form.
 
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