Studio Inter #25: “We needed this drama to play with some balls”

April 18, 2014 13:14
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Yes it’s finally here, Studio Inter, the only weekly podcast in English dedicated ENTIRELY to FC Internazionale Milano where our motto is 100 % Inter 100% of the time, ONLY here on SempreInter.com In this weeks episode of Studio Inter, Sia and Ben join Nima to discuss the match against Sampdoria as well as previewing the upcoming fixture against Parma.

Also, we break down the differences between Icardi and Maxi Lopez on the field, Samir Handanovic brilliant game and the leadership of Walter Samuel. All of this plus this weeks Moggi & Moratti and much more in this weeks episode of Studio Inter! So sit back, relax and join the boys as they go deep into the black & blue world of the Nerazzurri.
Host: Nima Tavallaey.
Guests: Ben Boucher & Siavoush Fallahi
Edited by: Lukas Faxå. Illustrations/design: Nermin Mesic.

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  • KG

    I love this show best thing ever

  • First of all, i have to defend Mihajlovic in the statement that Mazzarri outclassed him. That’s a pretty blatant thing to say seeing Mihajlovic was suspended for that game and whatever happened after the first whistle was out of his hands.
    Secondly, i can’t see how Mazzarri needs praise for developing a stronger bond with Kovacic in this difficult time, we’re talking about a gut that created this period himself and who with 5 games remaining finally realized how Kovacic plays. Sure you can say he hasn’t showed enough, but Mazzarri hasn’t given him the right tasks neither. As Zlatan said to Pep “You bought a Ferrari, but you drive it like a Fiat”

    • calviniste

      Totally agree.

  • Picks

    Love hearing this podcast every week.. As an interista from Australia I finally have something I can relate to and people that share my views.. I still have this comment in my memory “Mazzari talks about balance and that’s the reason we have kuzmanovic in the midfield. So the shit he provides can balance out the good of the other players in the midfield” hahaha don’t know if you guys read the comments but this is definitely the best parts of the website so keep up the good work and FORZA INTER!!!

  • Joey Fyodorovich Karamazov

    Great Moggi. I think we can all appreciate the point about the Italian media moralizing the actions of Icardi. I don’t know how the CdS can think that they represent a genuine authority in moral philosophy? They should stick to praising Rubentus and spend less time speculating on the character of the footballers.

  • john

    nima is annoying!!