Milan & Inter Vying for Serie A Title

by Rami Soufi on March 22, 2011 · 0 comments

Milan remain on top of Serie A yet their hold has become more ten­u­ous than ever with city rivals Inter lurk­ing just two points behind. The Rossoneri have some of the league’s most tal­ented indi­vid­u­als such as Robinho, Zla­tan Ibrahi­movic and Anto­nio Cas­sano, but along with that tal­ents comes a lot of bag­gage and unpredictability. […]


Rafael Benitez running out of time at Inter

by Rami Soufi on December 3, 2010 · 1 comment

Lazio inflicted another defeat on Serie A cham­pi­ons Inter with coach Rafael Benitez’s posi­tion becom­ing weaker and weaker with every pass­ing week. The vic­tory against Parma in the pre­vi­ous round was by a big score rais­ing hope the Ner­az­zurri will be back on the right track yet many failed to note the Ducali are having […]

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Wayne Rooney Belongs At Inter Milan

by Robert Hay on October 19, 2010 · 10 comments

The soc­cer press has been buzzing about the lat­est Wayne Rooney press con­fer­ences, state­ments, and rumors.  The usual sus­pects have been named as pos­si­ble des­ti­na­tions: the ATMs that are Man­ches­ter City and Real Madrid, EPL rival Chelsea, and Bun­desliga giant Bay­ern Munich.  But where Wayne Rooney really belongs is in Italy, and specif­i­cally Inter Milan. Here […]


While this was a mere friendly and many of the starters from both teams were not on hand, the man­ner with which Inter over­came Man­ches­ter City serves as a warn­ing for those aim­ing to dethrone the Serie A cham­pi­ons and Cham­pi­ons League win­ners. The Ner­az­zurri were miss­ing the likes of Diego Mil­ito, Lucio and Wesley […]

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Pirelli Cup: Inter Win Biggest Trophy!

by Rami Soufi on August 2, 2010 · 2 comments

Inter dis­missed Man­ches­ter City 3–0 to win the Pirelli Cup on Sat­ur­day in Bal­ti­more, Mary­land. While the score­line fairly reflects the way the Ner­az­zurri dom­i­nated the match, par­tic­u­larly after Patrick Vieira was sent-off, the biggest sur­prise came after full-time when a mas­sive sized tro­phy was pre­sented to the win­ning team. Hav­ing attended the match and prior […]


Italy man­aged to draw 1–1 against both Paraguay and New Zealand while fail­ing to impress despite hav­ing seen a lot in terms of ball pos­ses­sion, in par­tic­u­lar against the Kiwis when the Ital­ians had just over 70% in terms of ball pos­ses­sion. Pun­dits and fans alike are debat­ing what has gone wrong for the Azzurri […]


Inter have suc­ceeded in com­plet­ing a his­toric tre­ble and credit must be given to every­one at the club from pres­i­dent Mas­simo Moratti for his per­sis­tence in pur­su­ing the dream of emu­lat­ing his father by win­ning the Cham­pi­ons League to Jose Mour­inho for his exem­plary prepa­ra­tion ahead of keys matches and for his supe­rior moti­va­tional skills. […]