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Wait so insulting players and their families totally fine Insult inter or bbilan fans in general cool insult one of the two curvas NO FUCKNG GO.
What a bunch of pathetic little snowflakes..... Then these idiots claim it s for the good of milano but threaten dimarco?

Pathetic fucken bunch just as pathetic as our curve for not defending Dimarco first.
 

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LOL these fucking clowns now wont chant for the first 45 mins of the Coppa final cause they dont get priority over other season ticket holders when it comes to the CL final...
 

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i was curios to see the Choreographie for the CL final but now im not sure if they will do that.. . You know it's the CL final, the whole world is watching you. It's an amazing chance for our club to attract new fans, it's the moment to do that, CN does not care. Another big disappointment from them.
 

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They're just a bunch of pretentious dumb f*cks with a little bit of racist bastards sprinkled among them.

Defend the players instead of your own interest.

F*cking retards insulting black players while they have black players wearing their team's shirt, it's not a surprise that they would decide to not support the team on the day of a domestic final whatever the reason, this is how stupid they are.
I have 0 respect for them, actually the only bit of Inter I'm ashamed about. We'll win without them and Dimarco will sing with the real interisti in the stadium.
 

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i was curios to see the Choreographie for the CL final but now im not sure if they will do that.. . You know it's the CL final, the whole world is watching you. It's an amazing chance for our club to attract new fans, it's the moment to do that, CN does not care. Another big disappointment from them.
I guess their idiotic point is that they are the ones doing choreos and shit so they should get priority....
I just dont see how holding a season ticket in the nord makes you more of a fan than a season ticket in the secondo anello rosso...
 

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I get the dislike for some of the things the ultras do but they are also the reason why the stadium has any kind of atmosphere, the curva sings for the whole game, even when the rest of the stadium is quiet.

I also agree about how the CL final tickets are being distributed, why should someone who has been every match all season miss out on going to such a big game for people who rarely go? I would guess most of the Inter club members only try to go to the big games, they don't care about going to the stadium to watch us play the likes of Empoli, Spezia, Salernitana, etc. No offense meant to those teams by the way, just that they don't attract spectators the way the big games do.
 

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I get the dislike for some of the things the ultras do but they are also the reason why the stadium has any kind of atmosphere, the curva sings for the whole game, even when the rest of the stadium is quiet.

I also agree about how the CL final tickets are being distributed, why should someone who has been every match all season miss out on going to such a big game for people who rarely go? I would guess most of the Inter club members only try to go to the big games, they don't care about going to the stadium to watch us play the likes of Empoli, Spezia, Salernitana, etc. No offense meant to those teams by the way, just that they don't attract spectators the way the big games do.
And we love em for that also i m not arguing tickets should go to non season ticket holders as then simply the one whos willing to pay the most would get it.

My beef with them is that more than once they tried to (extort) the club wtf is this we wont sing for 45 minutes unless you give us priority... They ve caused damage to the clubs image and they never fucken apologize or see that it s a two way street and they cannot act like the whole curva is theirs and only their opinion matters...
Remember when these fucks decided to force interistas out of the stadium simply cause they wanted to protest so every body else had to go along?
 

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I get the dislike for some of the things the ultras do but they are also the reason why the stadium has any kind of atmosphere, the curva sings for the whole game, even when the rest of the stadium is quiet.

I also agree about how the CL final tickets are being distributed, why should someone who has been every match all season miss out on going to such a big game for people who rarely go? I would guess most of the Inter club members only try to go to the big games, they don't care about going to the stadium to watch us play the likes of Empoli, Spezia, Salernitana, etc. No offense meant to those teams by the way, just that they don't attract spectators the way the big games do.
Yeah I agree with this sentiment.

It's not an easy thing to solve. Inter needs CN, that's a given. We need the atmosphere, we need to songs and the coreos.

Ultras have always had a lot of power in Italy with these kind of things. For example Agnelli refused to ply ball with them so there are no ultras in Juve stadium and the place is fucking dead.

I would try to play ball with CN. It's dangling case for the club management. CN is after all singing all the songs, creating those coreos for all matches, indeed traveling to all the away matches. It's not purely about the money, it's about the dedication so you can't just put price to it.
 

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And we love em for that also i m not arguing tickets should go to non season ticket holders as then simply the one whos willing to pay the most would get it.

My beef with them is that more than once they tried to (extort) the club wtf is this we wont sing for 45 minutes unless you give us priority... They ve caused damage to the clubs image and they never fucken apologize or see that it s a two way street and they cannot act like the whole curva is theirs and only their opinion matters...
Remember when these fucks decided to force interistas out of the stadium simply cause they wanted to protest so every body else had to go along?
The extortion is their only leverage so of course they use it. If the club doesn't understand to give them more priority in final tickets, this is what they do.

And if we are being honest, they can just stop singing songs. So who's gonna do anything about that then?

I gotta mention I don't know exactly what their demands are.
 

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What else can they do to pressure the club into having a better system for the final?

The only major incident this season was the forcing people to leave and in fairness, they came out and admitted it was wrong and apologized for it. I've been in the curva many times over the years and never had a problem, even as a foreigner. I do also think it's a lot safer in there now than it was in the past, my first time was in 2007 and it was very different back then. Progress has been made but it's a slow process, it's still my favourite place in the world to watch football.
 

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I get the dislike for some of the things the ultras do but they are also the reason why the stadium has any kind of atmosphere, the curva sings for the whole game, even when the rest of the stadium is quiet.
If they want to be the image of the club they need to be held accountable for their acts and making monkey noises, trying to blackmail the club for tickets etc those things should not be tolerated. I don't care if they make noise, I don't care if they make cool tifos, I'd rather have a stadium full of people I can identify with that don't hold the club hostage or decide to throw tantrums hours before important games, that don't discriminate other teams player, even if it means having the Meazza sound like a cathedral.

They can put the same dedication they show when they decide to actually support the team into trying to show a better image of the club instead of acting like low-life mafiosi and feeling like they matter more than the rest of the fans that come to the stadium and hold their season tickets.
Otherwise, as long as this kind of behavior can be observated, deciding to "protest" for not being privileged on the day where the team needs all the tifosi, as long as there is the possibility of hearing monkey noises coming from some "fans" of a club litterally called Internazionale without any apology, any change, they can f*ck off, sport is about respect and equality, we shouldn't let the club be held hostage by people like this.
 

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I completely agree that racism has no place in society, never mind sport, but that is a vast minority and it's up to the club and the authorities to stop it. It's something that is actually very easy to stop, close any section that racist chants come from. I can guarantee that if they were strict on this then the ultras would actually start enforcing it themselves, they want to be at the matches.

If you'd rather have a quiet stadium then what's the problem with the curva not chanting for the first half tonight? They're not holding the club hostage in any way, they are, rightfully, unhappy with how the CL final tickets are being distributed and are having protest to show this. How do you suggest they should protest it?
 

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The extortion is their only leverage so of course they use it. If the club doesn't understand to give them more priority in final tickets, this is what they do.

And if we are being honest, they can just stop singing songs. So who's gonna do anything about that then?

I gotta mention I don't know exactly what their demands are.

They probably want to secure tickets for their members instead of being in the lottery where tens of thousands apply for 20 000 seats.

In my opinion, the club should agree to their terms.
 

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I completely agree that racism has no place in society, never mind sport, but that is a vast minority and it's up to the club and the authorities to stop it. It's something that is actually very easy to stop, close any section that racist chants come from. I can guarantee that if they were strict on this then the ultras would actually start enforcing it themselves, they want to be at the matches.
I might be speaking out of my *ss but the feeling I have is that while those actions seem easy to take in theory, most of the time they don't end up being taken, Why I don't know. If you take the recent Vinicius incident for example, this is the first instance where action is actually taken but i's been going on for quite sometime and even in Serie A it's the same, once the noise starts to settle down, people just go about their life like nothing
If you'd rather have a quiet stadium then what's the problem with the curva not chanting for the first half tonight? They're not holding the club hostage in any way, they are, rightfully, unhappy with how the CL final tickets are being distributed and are having protest to show this. How do you suggest they should protest it?
I have no issue even if they don't go to the stadium, I just find it distracting as hell from the fact that Inter as a whole is playing a final tonight and the only thing people will talk about is how the curva wants this and wants that. That's only a few days after they didn't defend Dimarco after the threats. That's why I asked, whch interest do they defend, their own or Inter's?
 

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I might be speaking out of my *ss but the feeling I have is that while those actions seem easy to take in theory, most of the time they don't end up being taken, Why I don't know. If you take the recent Vinicius incident for example, this is the first instance where action is actually taken but i's been going on for quite sometime and even in Serie A it's the same, once the noise starts to settle down, people just go about their life like nothing

I have no issue even if they don't go to the stadium, I just find it distracting as hell from the fact that Inter as a whole is playing a final tonight and the only thing people will talk about is how the curva wants this and wants that. That's only a few days after they didn't defend Dimarco after the threats. That's why I asked, whch interest do they defend, their own or Inter's?
I agree about the Dimarco thing, I was there and I was singing it too, it's also been sang at a lot of games earlier in the season, I don't see the big deal.

If anything the attention might get a few extra people to watch it, in Ireland the majority of people don't even know the match is on tonight and I'd guess it's the same in England. In general people who don't actually follow Italian football don't hear anything about what goes on with the ultras, they just don't care enough.
 

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I agree about the Dimarco thing, I was there and I was singing it too, it's also been sang at a lot of games earlier in the season, I don't see the big deal.

If anything the attention might get a few extra people to watch it, in Ireland the majority of people don't even know the match is on tonight and I'd guess it's the same in England. In general people who don't actually follow Italian football don't hear anything about what goes on with the ultras, they just don't care enough.
The Dimarco incident was not a big deal, Milan fans were just butthurt because that song was heard during the supercoppa and nobody said anything. Even tonight's protest apart from in Italy no one will care. If you take for example the Koulibaly incident that happened a few years ago, like the Lukaku incident this year, people talk about it, current and retired football players talk about it too. That's a bad image of Inter and Serie A in general.
 

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Wait so insulting players and their families totally fine Insult inter or bbilan fans in general cool insult one of the two curvas NO FUCKNG GO.
What a bunch of pathetic little snowflakes..... Then these idiots claim it s for the good of milano but threaten dimarco?

Pathetic fucken bunch just as pathetic as our curve for not defending Dimarco first.

Calabria showed Curva Nord his middle finger and they didn't utter a word but God forbid anyone violates an ultras pact.
 

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Generally whenever this thread becomes active the CN has something stupid and/or bad. This time I can kinda see their point. There must be a way to somehow track the season ticket holders attendance record, where you could tier them accordingly 75-100% first, then the rest of season ticket holders, followed by a lottery for everyone else.
 

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The Dimarco incident was not a big deal, Milan fans were just butthurt because that song was heard during the supercoppa and nobody said anything. Even tonight's protest apart from in Italy no one will care. If you take for example the Koulibaly incident that happened a few years ago, like the Lukaku incident this year, people talk about it, current and retired football players talk about it too. That's a bad image of Inter and Serie A in general.
Racism is a huge problem but if they banned sections of stadiums every time it happened, clubs would be forced to take strong action because it's costing them money. Clubs then start banning people and between that and the fact that they are missing so many matches, the curva would start to self police it. The problem is nothing is done about it, look at the Lukaku incident, the Juve curva was banned but they appealed it and it was revoked, it was a joke how they handled it and only shows how little they care about the issue.
 
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