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Inter, Milito: "We are Inter and we'll battle"

09.08.2012 15.15 by TM W  read 1060
Source: Inter.it
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Battle. That's what Diego Milito aims to do this season, as he explained during this afternoon's press conference. Asked if Inter will be in the mix for the Scudetto, he replied: "We have to battle and that's what we're going to do. Winning isn't easy but we're going to fight; we're Inter and we have good foundations to build on."

The Prince is raring to go - you can see it in his eyes and from the way he articulates each word. He wants to be at least as prolific as he was from January last season ("I sure hope so"), but he also stressed that the main thing is "the group, that the whole team performs well, not whether I score as much as last year."

The journalists tried to pin Diego down on the transfer market and tease an answer out of him as to who he recommends as "Milito's understudy". The Argentine striker sidestepped the question: "I think that's something you should ask the club. It's not my place to advise on such matters, I just get on with training and giving 100%."

Next came a comparison between this summer and the one that came before Inter's incredibly successful 2010, between Andrea Stramaccioni and José Mourinho: "We have to wait until 31 August before we can even start to compare things, but every coach is different; every coach puts his own stamp on things. We'll try to do our best to carry out what the coach wants from us. There are certain things that are similar, including the winning mentality here, which reminds me of what we had in that team."

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