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Which proposed stadium project do you prefer?


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Currently reading red and black forum, where they hope Milan will build their own stadium and at the same time they're crossing fingers that PIF won't buy Inter after Newcastle.

What a sad little forum . They reek of desperation after years of deerby losses. Mfs counting their 7 CL haul, but forgetting the tripletta and last 4 years of continous derby slappings.
 

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Guys, if it’s the other way round most if not all of us would 100% be hoping they wouldn’t buy Milan either and I’d take a seperate stadium too.
 

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Stadium together is just fine and I'd rather PIF buy Milan than Inter.
 

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Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala: "Inter and Milan have already asked me to meet them [about the new stadium], and I will do it soon. Not the coming week because we have a few things to do. Then 3-4 days I would like to rest too. But after that, yes.”
 

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Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala: "Inter and Milan have already asked me to meet them [about the new stadium], and I will do it soon. Not the coming week because we have a few things to do. Then 3-4 days I would like to rest too. But after that, yes.”
I don’t know this guys working hours or days but I imagine he’ll get weekends mostly so I dunno what would be so taxing about sitting down while 2 clubs present plans AGAIN so he can just say yes.
 

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So you’d be happy to be mediocre at best for the rest of your life then? Behind Milan’s money ans jubes corruption. I’ve had enough of that for one lifetime 🤣😂
I have some values left in me. CCP ain't no good people either, but at least there's some distinction between Winnie the Pooh and Zhangs. Owned by PIF means owned by a man who ordered reporter to be dismembered and to be vanished from this Earth.
 

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A new stadium is not going to happen, you can all forget about it.
 

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At this point, I really don't care anymore. From the beginning I hoped for our very own stadium, once we all realized it ain't happening, and we have to share the new one as well, I'm like meh whatever, if it happens ok if not it's not the worst thing if we stay at meazza.
 

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Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala: "Inter and Milan have already asked me to meet them [about the new stadium], and I will do it soon. Not the coming week because we have a few things to do. Then 3-4 days I would like to rest too. But after that, yes.”
You have to remember, this joker is a politician, that means limited brain power so plenty of down time is a must. Moreover, he needs instructions from his handlers on how to proceed. Sala's masters need time to position themselves so they can derive maximum profit, if and when the stadium is built.
 
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I stopped caring about a new stadium when it became obvious that if it does ever happen it's once again going to be shared with Milan. A new stadium will be nice for the financial benefits OBVIOUSLY, however I want a place for this club only.

We're staying in Meazza forever anyway so I guess it doesn't matter.
 

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The topic of building a new stadium for Inter and Milan has been ongoing for many years and it looks like the plans will go forward now after the re-election of Mayor Giuseppe Sala.

According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, “it is projected that the new stadium will bring in €120M each season to the clubs. It is now a necessity and cannot be postponed further.”

Two clubs want the new stadium at all costs. Milan insist on it while there is no official word from Inter but everyone expects Suning to give the go-ahead on the €1.2B project. With the current prospects, this new stadium’s debut is expected to be in 2025, just in time to host the Winter Olympics in 2026.
 

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I have some values left in me. CCP ain't no good people either, but at least there's some distinction between Winnie the Pooh and Zhangs. Owned by PIF means owned by a man who ordered reporter to be dismembered and to be vanished from this Earth.
Do you use facebook, uber? I mean, where do we draw the line?
 

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We draw the line in Saudi state using my favourite football club as their propaganda tool.

I don't use facebook anymore but how is that relevant? Stupidest argument is this that because saudis own Facebook through some ETFs (or even direct shares, which they don't own anymore btw) it's the same if they own a football club. No, it's not even remotely the same. Saudis don't call the shots in any of these American companies, while they would be the majority shareholders of Inter, if they buy the club. There is a massive difference.
 

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I am 100% with Cafe on this one.
 

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Would you guys stop supporting inter if saudi take over happens?
 

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Inter is like blood. Can't stop supporting the team but wouldn't buy a thing from Inter anymore
 

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Inter is like blood. Can't stop supporting the team but wouldn't buy a thing from Inter anymore
Already there :D
This year mostly because everything turned out shit.

Not sure how I feel on the Saudi stuff. Don't want to have a political reason to boycott the club, otherwise I'd use the same excuse on the Chinese. If it happens, it may hit different, but cannot tell from now.

Definitely won't be dancing under the Duomo in Milano....
 
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We draw the line in Saudi state using my favourite football club as their propaganda tool.

I don't use facebook anymore but how is that relevant? Stupidest argument is this that because saudis own Facebook through some ETFs (or even direct shares, which they don't own anymore btw) it's the same if they own a football club. No, it's not even remotely the same. Saudis don't call the shots in any of these American companies, while they would be the majority shareholders of Inter, if they buy the club. There is a massive difference.
So you'll take Saudi money just so long as they're not calling the shots? How is that better, morally speaking? We will be associated with them and surely the Saudis will use us for clout. And correct me if i'm wrong but with the rumored 30% share, won't PIF have a some influence on how the club is run?

To me the saudi state is up there Kim Jong Un but the world is more complex than how you put it. Saudi's influence is so vast, literally the gas you pumped into your car this morning could've come from Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile Italy is sending weapons to the Saudis for use in Yemen. So again, where do we draw the line?
 
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