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Inter Milan Daily Notes & Quotes: February 25, 2019

ACF Fiorentina v FC Internazionale - Serie A
Rosario Abisso referee speaks with Federico Chiesa of ACF Fiorentina during the Serie A match between ACF Fiorentina and FC Internazionale at Stadio Artemio Franchi on February 24, 2019 in Florence, Italy.
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Guiseppe Moratta addressed the media about VAR

Earlier today, Beppe Moratta addressed the media during the Giacinto Facchetti awards ceremony. His comments were all geared towards the VAR decision at the end of the Fiorentia-Inter Milan game that ultimately determined the outcome.

“We suffered significant harm last night. We hope that it’s not irreparable in terms of the league standings because it could be really severe.”

He goes on, “As a director of football that’s part of the Italian movement and the Federation, the main regret is that we’ve invested a lot in VAR to help referees. The aim was not to get rid of all mistakes but to reduce them. It must be used rationally. We’re now faced with a situation where objectivity has been confused with subjectivity. I cannot help but remain disappointed and stunned.” Will we see Inter Milan act as an organization towards Serie A or remain quiet? We should find out soon.

Inter Milan to lower Mauro Icardi’s release clause?

Mauro Icardi is currently signed until 2021 and his contract includes a 110 million euro release clause. There are talks, according to La Repubblica, that a new contract is going to be offered with a release clause of 80 million euros.

There is a lot of tension between Inter, Icardi, and his agent/wife Wanda and the sooner a deal gets done, the better. If his release clause does indeed get lowered, it will be more likely that he does get moved by the end of this summer.

Inter Campus visits multiple cities in Mexico

Coaches and members of the Inter organization put on a clinic in Queretaro and Silao. Both clinics were to help over 130 kids learn the values in life as well as soccer.

According to, “Values were integral to the activities, as demonstrated by the teams taking part: Peace, Tolerance, Faith, Respect, Courage and Loyalty. Peace triumphed.”

There was recently 17 homicides in less than 10 hours time in the state of Guanajuato and this provided an escape for these kids, even if it was for a few hours. To learn more about Inter Campus and what they are doing, visit

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