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I may quit, reveals Moratti

King Adriano2010-05-05 04:07:00 +0000 #1
Inter owner Massimo Moratti says he could end his love affair with the club after being betrayed by the outfit yet again.

Moratti is seemingly becoming tired of continually being disappointed by the Nerazzurri after Tuesday’s shock Champions League exit to Villarreal.

It has now got to the point where Moratti, who already resigned as President in the past, is pondering quitting control of the club altogether after 11 years at the helm.

“Are there any pillars on which to build on? We’ll have to see, starting with myself,” said Moratti after pumping millions of pounds into the club with little return.

“We’ll now have to see if there is the desire and belief to continue moving into the future,” he continued.

After losing the Scudetto to Juventus in 2002 on that infamous May 5 afternoon, the 1-0 at Villarreal is another defeat which is likely to be continually remembered.

“The loss was unexpected and can’t really be explained,” continued Moratti on Thursday afternoon. “As a result, I have read and agreed with everything that has been written.

“It was a horrible game. The fans have the right to be angry, they travelled all that way to see what occurred out there.”

Inter’s Spanish siesta has led to reports that boss Roberto Mancini may be facing the axe, but Moratti is pointing the finger of blame elsewhere.

“He did what he could, but he was betrayed by his players,” he stated. “There are some who have done well this season, then there are those who have not.

“Juan Sebastian Veron? He put everything into it, what more could he have done? He may have made some mistakes, but so too did everyone else.

“Adriano? You journalists continue to indicate certain individuals who the team should be built on, but I don’t know who they are at Inter, starting with myself.”

King Adriano2010-05-05 04:12:09 +0000 #2
very bad news for inter.
GiorgioII2010-05-05 04:19:27 +0000 #3

Originally Posted by King Adriano

very bad news for inter.

It could be. But we could also be taken up by some wealthy oil baron. Let's not forget that despite his unquestionable love for the club Moratti has made some strange mistakes over the years.



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