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INTER, Moratti: "Time to reflect, starting now"

14.05.2012 14.31 by Redazione TMW  read 1894
Source: Inter.it
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Upon entering the Saras offices president Massimo Moratti responded to questions from journalists, with an eye on the recent past, a summary of the Nerazzurri's season and a glance toward the future.

inter.it provides you with the statements from the president:

Now that the season is over is it possible to immediately determine the plan for re-starting?

"Now we'll see, gradually. It's not as if we'll do it all today. Now we have a period in which we can reflect on the opportunities that are there and what we can do."

Can we say that you'll re-start with the confirmation of Andrea Stramaccioni and Andrea Ranocchia?

"Add someone else... and then we're done [smiling]. We'll start by confirming those who deserve to stay."

How did Massimo Moratti view Inter's performance against Lazio yesterday?

"Inter played very well. Not just better than Lazio, but truly very well. The first half was fantastic, then came two or three minutes when we let in two goals. Considering the experience we have it's strange to me that this should happen and it changed the game. Then we had even more chances, but that counts for little. It was definitely a game that had to be wrapped up early."

Is there one particular thing or choice, more than anything else, that influenced this season?

"More than one, and all the responsibility is in the choices. And then the choices went badly because the ones who were selected didn't perform well. So it was more than a negative situation. Of course this all gives you experience. The fault? To a certain extent it was a combination of things, but it seems to me that the players always put forth their effort."

For the future? Lavezzi, Destro...

"I'll let you keep going... [smiling]."

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