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INTER, Moratti: Moratti: "They're all up for it and ready to go"

06.07.2012 12.43 by Transfer Market Web  read 1195
Source: Inter.it

On the day his side set off for their training camp in Pinzolo, Massimo Moratti gave his thoughts on the new season as he spoke to journalists on his way out of his offices in Milan's city centre. "They're all up for it, happy to start again and very keen to be successful," replied Moratti. "Is there a feeling of change in the air? Have we moved on? Yes, we need to move on, although it's all relative because we have players here who have made history at the club and who are still part of it today."


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