May 23rd, 2010

TB

This is a * LE GRANDE INTER* post.


LOOK at the time.


Because we KNOW how to party... HARDCORE, CURVA NORD STYLE

Inter celebrates at San Siro at 6 am

MILAN (AP)—It was an all-night celebration for Inter Milan and a party at sunrise before thousands at the San Siro stadium.

After beating Bayern Munich 2-0 for the Champions League title in Madrid on Saturday, Inter’s flight back to Milan landed at 5 a.m. (0300 GMT) Sunday and a bus immediately took the team to the San Siro.

Some 40,000 fans went wild when captain Javier Zanetti walked onto the field with the trophy at 6:07 a.m. (0407 GMT), just as the sun began to lighten the sky.

Some of the loudest cheers were for forward Diego Milito, who scored both goals to secure Inter’s first European title in 45 years.


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Couple other numbers of amazement:
- Over 100.000 Inter tifosi watched the Champions League Final in Piazza del Duomo
- The number reported by SkySport24 Italia at the San Siro is closer to 50.000... not bad for an impromptu celebration, eh?

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Yes, I cried tears of joy...
Nina Dobrev
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Jamie Carragher prepared for Wembley booes!

The Liverpool defender, officially retired from international football two years ago, wrote in his autobiography that he “would rather miss a penalty for England than for Liverpool”, and that “losing with England never hurt in the same way as losing with my club”.

England fans have booed Terry, Ashley Cole and David Bentley in recent games and Carragher has admitted he is not expecting an easy ride.

“Better players than me have been booed by supporters,” he said. “If it happens I won’t have any problem with it because I know that if Liverpool had a player who left the club and came back three years later, there would be some fans that wouldn’t be happy with him.

“These things can take a bit of time so I will understand if the reaction at Wembley isn’t that fantastic.”

Capello has asked England’s fans to support Carragher tomorrow night in their last game at Wembley before the finals. The England manager is an admirer of Carragher’s on-pitch leadership and tactical versatility and made four previous efforts to persuade the 32-year-old defender to come out of retirement.

Carragher, who was motivated by the chance to work with Capello, insists that his return was not made on condition of him being part of the squad for South Africa. “I haven’t been given any guarantees about a place in the 23,” he said.

“The manager knows me from playing for Liverpool so he probably watches me once every three weeks throughout the season. But he doesn’t know what I’m like around the hotel, what I’m like on the training pitch; he doesn’t know me well enough to guarantee anything.

"I have joined up with the squad in the hope that I do what I do for Liverpool and the manager deems it good enough to warrant a place at the World Cup.”

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THIS IS A MASSIVE BAYERN MUNICH LOVE POST

WE MAY HAVE LOST.
BUT OUR BOYS WORKED THEIR HEARTS OUT.
TIME TO SHOW APPRECIATION FOR THE LOSERS, EVEN IF SKY NEWS DIDN'T WANT TO.


also well done, Inter bbys! You guys deserved it, though I still wish it was us.
beware the picspam.
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also FIRST POST IDK sorry it sucks. feel free to suggest captions as i am to depressed to think of anything atm
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL PICSPAM!!!!

It's kinda late but i decided to do a picspam of yesterday's CL final between FC Internazionale Milano and FC Bayern München
Because i'm bored and have nothing better to do ;)
even though i should be revising for my finals next week

My thoughts on the match: BAYERN WTH WAS THAT :( what a baaaaaad game on our behalf :(
Inter and Mourinho, i never thought i'd say this, but you deserved it.
Mou, you made me lol so much during the game.
Congrats Inter bbs!

So all the images i got are from GettyImages which means they all have a watermark. Hope you don't mind! :)

LET THE PICSPAM BEGIN!!!!!


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sendin love his way <3 <3

Duffy on mend after brush with death

Everton and Ireland defender Shane Duffy thought he was going to die surgeons battled to save his life after a freak training ground injury.

The 18-year-old was on Sunday transferred from intensive care to the high dependency unit at Dublin's Mater Hospital after a marked improvement in his condition, and could be discharged soon.

However, Republic team doctor Alan Byrne revealed that the teenager feared he would lose his life after rupturing his left hepatic artery in a seemingly innocuous challenge with Irish Amateur team goalkeeper Adrian Walsh at Gannon Park, Malahide, on Friday evening.

Duffy lost 3.6 litres of blood - around two-thirds of his supply - and underwent emergency surgery after suffering a sudden and potentially fatal drop in blood pressure in casualty.

Dr Byrne said: "Shane was very frightened. He thought he as going to die.

"There was 3.6 litres of blood in his abdomen that has leaked from this artery, and he had received over 20 units of blood.

"You are pouring it in one way and it is leaking out the other way.

"All you can do at that stage is put as much fluid in as you can because you are trying to keep the circulation going to the brain and to the heart.

"[FAI surgeon Professor] John O'Byrne rang me a couple of times from the ambulance and he thought he was going to die because you cannot replace the loss of this fluid and blood.

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