Oaktree Capital Management

To whom they will sell the team?

  • Saudi Ownership

    Votes: 26 41.3%
  • UAE Ownership

    Votes: 4 6.3%
  • Finish Ownership

    Votes: 2 3.2%
  • American Ownership

    Votes: 13 20.6%
  • Italian Ownership

    Votes: 9 14.3%
  • Canadian Ownership,

    Votes: 3 4.8%
  • Others.

    Votes: 5 7.9%
  • Finnish Ownership

    Votes: 1 1.6%
  • Norwegian Sovereign Wealth Fund please

    Votes: 9 14.3%
  • Oaktree Ownership

    Votes: 2 3.2%

  • Total voters
    63

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Having an active thread doesn't mean you can derail it with your super-important questions. Sorry. :D
 

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This has been spoken about in the ""New Stadium" Thread.

San Siro is closer to the CBD, and still is not supported by public transport and has left fans abandoned during some night games that have finished late. No government spending was made available for a stadium that was home to both AC and Inter Milan. So why is Rozzano even acceptable, this standard for City Planning.

In regards to the proposed stadium location for Rozzano;
- Confirmed public transport is not readily available

Any building permits would need to be approved for both anyway, either being a renovation for the San Siro or Greenfields Rozzano.

The difference and the reason why I think there is value in the San Siro, public transport is more mature than in Rozzano and City of Milan has hinted at a better deal suggesting you can work in commercial agreement pre-emptively.

I would assume giving the City exclusive rights to host events at minimum fee of X and atleast x amount of times in a year. rather than fighting out with Milans new stadium who host the next Beyonce concert because naturally this would be the San Siro .etc

I am sure Oaktree would review provide an assessment on both on multiple variables - growth, transport, commercial revenue .etc



Nope, but it does give us a fighting chance to compete in all competitions - Serie A, Champions League, Club World Cup and Coppa Italia.

If I had to put a reason why we pissed our pants against Atletico I'd put it down to two reasons.

1. Lethargic, our core players played every minute of every game without any rest
2. Quality coming off the bench, out attacking options beside Lautaro and Thuram are bleak, Klassens should never wear an Inter Jersey and lucky he even played for the club.

only because people are lazy as hell, there is like a “Metro” stop 600m from
The location (M2) just pay for extend it those 600m problems solved.

There is both metro (M5), Tram (16) and bus stop at GM no less than 6 busses stop there. Yes you have to make a change in Garibaldi or Lotto taking the metro
 

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Having an active thread doesn't mean you can derail it with your super-important questions. Sorry. :D
“Derail”

Chill Sheriff, I said i didn’t know where to post it. If it bothers you too much you’re free to delete it. Otherwise you’re free to make your point without smart sarcastic remarks.
 

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only because people are lazy as hell, there is like a “Metro” stop 600m from
The location (M2) just pay for extend it those 600m problems solved.

There is both metro (M5), Tram (16) and bus stop at GM no less than 6 busses stop there. Yes you have to make a change in Garibaldi or Lotto taking the metro
Yeah, I've never had a problem getting back from the stadium after a match, even when there was extra time after a 9pm kick off. Even the odd time I go for beers after the match, I just walk to Lotto and get the night bus that replaces the metro. I usually walk to Lotto anyway, I've been going long enough to remember when it was the closest station so don't mind the walk.

I don't think Oaktree will build a new stadium but having the plans for a new one set in stone would help them get a better price when they decide to sell the club.
 

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Unaltered wage bill, so basically no contract extension that includes payrise, unless there cuts elsewhere. But at least don’t seem like they are cutting it so at least that is something.

And younger players do seem like these sort of companies act much alike, what a surprise
Two pay rises in one day and Inzaghi is next. You are competing for most negative member last few weeks.
This has been spoken about in the ""New Stadium" Thread.

San Siro is closer to the CBD, and still is not supported by public transport and has left fans abandoned during some night games that have finished late.
How is not supported?

Just saw answers from @Gal and @dor83 and can confirm from my only night game. Had no problem with transport (to Garibaldi) after 11pm.
 
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Two pay rises in one day and Inzaghi is next. You are competing for most negative member last few weeks.

How is not supported?

Just saw answers from @Gal and @dor83 and can confirm from my only night game. Had no problem with transport (to Garibaldi) after 11pm.

This is literally what the news said that the payroll cannot increase for the coming season… Several in here brought that… also let’s not forget
  • Cuadrado, Sensi, Sanchez, Klaassan
Are set to leave, given pay rise fundamentally just means that replacement can get an equal amount less to that of what is given Martinez, Barella and Mancini in a pay rise.

Jesus
 
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Also to be fair some plusvalenza from kids will give us more budget
 

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only because people are lazy as hell, there is like a “Metro” stop 600m from
The location (M2) just pay for extend it those 600m problems solved.

There is both metro (M5), Tram (16) and bus stop at GM no less than 6 busses stop there. Yes you have to make a change in Garibaldi or Lotto taking the metro

Two pay rises in one day and Inzaghi is next. You are competing for most negative member last few weeks.

How is not supported?

Just saw answers from @Gal and @dor83 and can confirm from my only night game. Had no problem with transport (to Garibaldi) after 11pm.

Discussion in the "New Stadium" Thread said it was difficult to find transport back into the city.

Either way, that isnt the point - Is there sufficient public transport in Rozzano, and my comment was based on the discussion that if people struggle to travel to the CBD from the San Siro then they will have trouble in Rozzano and I doubt that the state/city will publicly invest to accommodate Inter stadium.

Therefore, there is a tick for San Siro for that criteria.

Note: I say this without being a local, and reading comments from users who would know more than me. So if both of you are local and confirm what is available to and from Rozzano?
When I go to Milan I stay usually in Cordusio / Via Dante so I couldnt comment on transport outside the city.
 

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Nothing official yet but first indications seem to be good - Lautaro and Barella extensions are settled, only sings are missing. Meeting between the management and Inzaghi went well.
 

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Discussion in the "New Stadium" Thread said it was difficult to find transport back into the city.

Either way, that isnt the point - Is there sufficient public transport in Rozzano, and my comment was based on the discussion that if people struggle to travel to the CBD from the San Siro then they will have trouble in Rozzano and I doubt that the state/city will publicly invest to accommodate Inter stadium.

Therefore, there is a tick for San Siro for that criteria.

Note: I say this without being a local, and reading comments from users who would know more than me. So if both of you are local and confirm what is available to and from Rozzano?
When I go to Milan I stay usually in Cordusio / Via Dante so I couldnt comment on transport outside the city.
I already told you M2 runs to Milan all it takes is extend it a mere 600m, anyone who build a stadium would find a solution to that, also it would be in the interests of Rozzano so a solution is probably not hard to strike, as it’s mutual beneficial.

There reason why they look there because it’s an easy task to extend the line and because there freeway right at the doorstep (A7, A50) the GM has shitty road infrastructure to that area in comparison.

You can then change in Cadorna or Centrale with m2 line to where you need to go. it runs quite late.


Also why on earth are you complaining about an area with Centrale, Gioia, Garibaldi, Repubblica close by. The M5 goes to Garibaldi the M2 to both Garibaldi, Centrale and Gioia. The M2 is if anything more convenient.
 

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I already told you M2 runs to Milan all it takes is extend it a mere 600m, anyone who build a stadium would find a solution to that, also it would be in the interests of Rozzano so a solution is probably not hard to strike, as it’s mutual beneficial.

You did not say this was for Rozzano. Only after when I asked again being it was not clear.

Also why on earth are you complaining about an area with Centrale, Gioia, Garibaldi, Repubblica close by. The M5 goes to Garibaldi the M2 to both Garibaldi, Centrale and Gioia. The M2 is if anything more convenient.

Not once have I complained about a "area". I suggest you read my comments again. I also am not clear which area you are now referring too?

In the thread "New Stadium," users complained about transport from the San Siro. Based on that information, I said why would you build/invest in Rozzano when again it was suggested that they do not have public transport to service the stadium.

On that point, I said San Siro would be better due to the links already established and would be one of the criteria they "Oaktree" would assess. The mayor has already indicated that the San Siro would be available for a "deal" and from business sense on the surface it looks to be the better outcome.

And for the last time. I am not a local so for the people who are, that can explain these nuances would help the discussion.
 

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You did not say this was for Rozzano. Only after when I asked again being it was not clear.



Not once have I complained about a "area". I suggest you read my comments again. I also am not clear which area you are now referring too?

In the thread "New Stadium," users complained about transport from the San Siro. Based on that information, I said why would you build/invest in Rozzano when again it was suggested that they do not have public transport to service the stadium.

On that point, I said San Siro would be better due to the links already established and would be one of the criteria they "Oaktree" would assess. The mayor has already indicated that the San Siro would be available for a "deal" and from business sense on the surface it looks to be the better outcome.

And for the last time. I am not a local so for the people who are, that can explain these nuances would help the discussion.

Rozzano is right next to, it’s within 200m from the last stop on the M2 line that is in Assago that service the multi sports and event arena there.

The land in question is 600m from that same spot, this is actually the important part. whether it had been in Rozzano or Assago is borderline irrelevant other then who you are going to negotiate with. For supporters and spectators it is actually irrelevant as it won’t actually be in the “city” itself but in between those.

there are very good road access to the ground which is unlike the ground of GM has none optimal road infrastructure.

The Milan stadium is also approx 600m from San Donato M3 stop, but it dos have a local railway stop right next too, but not really optimal as it does not have capacity for such. So they have to go through much the same to get it extended from last stop.

I believe the GM first got its own stop like 9 years ago. Before that it wasn’t all that much different
 
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Why this guy over Beppe?

I thought Beppe would be the next president and Ausilio steps into the CEO position overseeing transfers...
 

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Why this guy over Beppe?

I thought Beppe would be the next president and Ausilio steps into the CEO position overseeing transfers...
Because he is an Oaktree guy, also latter likely prefer their more hands on positions on the team.
 

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I prefer someone like Zanetti but it's understandable that an owner would like to have their guy. The same way Sunning had Steven in that position.
 

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Young. Zanetti is 51. Too old for corporate structure)? Just state the obvious, we want our guy. And he is very much Italian from Inter's pespective.
 
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