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INTER, Milito: "Time to knuckle down"

10.08.2012 13.00 by TM W  read 1362
Source: Inter.it
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Diego Milito gave his post-match reaction to Sky Italia after the Hajduk Split game: "We were up against a side that was in better physical shape than we were. It was a tough match, you could see that, and not because we underestimated them but because it's 9 August. Obviously we'd have preferred to go through with a different result but we'll take it anyway. We have to knuckle down now."

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