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ITALY/ INTER, Quaresma: "Useless to stay"

19.05.2010 10.04 by Redazione TMW  read 5034
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The portuguese player of Inter will leave in the end of season Inter: "I can't stay in Inter for not play. It's not Mourinho fault, he is a great manager, when will arrive the moment I will tell the what happen. The future? I don't think I'll come back to Portugal. Spain and Italy are two important championship, but at the moment I'm sure only to be able to play at football".

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