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INTER, Moratti: "Indonesia, I felt your warmth"

28.05.2012 10.12 by Redazione TMW  read 1736
Source: Inter.it
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"Since I wasn't able to be there due to work commitments, I would like to thank the Indonesian fans and their country for all the warmth, joy and passion that I was able to feel and experience, even if it was only by means of television broadcasts and stories from those who were there in Jakarta.

I felt moved and happy and even more at the disposal of these fantastic fans when thinking of the present and future that we can experience together, with the desire to dedicate all the emotions and victories to them that Inter will soon be achieving again.

Indonesia, I'm grateful to you and I'll always cherish these wonderful feelings."

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