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Which proposed stadium project do you prefer?


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Mikele

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I think we should have our own stadium. Wherever we built, we will have more income than 50% from Meazza, or I am wrong?
 

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I think we should have our own stadium. Wherever we built, we will have more income than 50% from Meazza, or I am wrong?

We would also be shouldering all the costs to build and costs to maintain whereas a 50/50 with Milan at the San Siro would also mean splitting those maintenance costs, I guess it depends on how you want to view it.
 

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We would also be shouldering all the costs to build and costs to maintain whereas a 50/50 with Milan at the San Siro would also mean splitting those maintenance costs, I guess it depends on how you want to view it.
If alone, All the cost just to use it only 30 times a season
 

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If alone, All the cost just to use it only 30 times a season

Well, you have to think the stadium would be available for other events, especially during the summer and during extended periods when we're not playing there. We collect the match day revenue from San Siro, that wouldn't be any different if we moved into a new stadium, but we don't collect anything from any other events held at the stadium. If there were concerts booked there or other types of events, then we're collecting a portion of the proceeds that come from those and it's a brand new revenue stream being introduced. To say nothing about that you have to imagine a new stadium would have some more modern amenities, like more VIP seating, restaurants, and such.

Of course, you wanna do all that, you need to have a way of protecting the grass. Don't want non-football events destroying the playing surface. Nobody ever said there weren't an awful lot of things you need to figure out if you want to build a new stadium and make it playable.
 

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Well, you have to think the stadium would be available for other events, especially during the summer and during extended periods when we're not playing there. We collect the match day revenue from San Siro, that wouldn't be any different if we moved into a new stadium, but we don't collect anything from any other events held at the stadium. If there were concerts booked there or other types of events, then we're collecting a portion of the proceeds that come from those and it's a brand new revenue stream being introduced. To say nothing about that you have to imagine a new stadium would have some more modern amenities, like more VIP seating, restaurants, and such.

Of course, you wanna do all that, you need to have a way of protecting the grass. Don't want non-football events destroying the playing surface. Nobody ever said there weren't an awful lot of things you need to figure out if you want to build a new stadium and make it playable.
There are not a lot of events at San siro. You would then have 3 stadiums in Milan to compete for all the events. And if San siro is left alone that may be the desired location and San siro could focus on non football events
 

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What a clusterfuck. It's pretty simple, get out of the way and tell Milan and Inter that can do whatever they want for the San Siro and hand it over 50/50.
  • Sala had both clubs all in.
  • Sala kept his hand on his dick, both clubs planned for option 2.
  • Option 2 is the worst thing for the city Sala bends over for both clubs while still being a dick about it.
  • Milan goes alone, Inter is hamstrung because they see the San Siro can be a cheap option.

 

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What a clusterfuck. It's pretty simple, get out of the way and tell Milan and Inter that can do whatever they want for the San Siro and hand it over 50/50.
  • Sala had both clubs all in.
  • Sala kept his hand on his dick, both clubs planned for option 2.
  • Option 2 is the worst thing for the city Sala bends over for both clubs while still being a dick about it.
  • Milan goes alone, Inter is hamstrung because they see the San Siro can be a cheap option.
But here is the thing, it won’t be cheap. Renovation on top of buying it is unlikely to cost you any less. The GM is crumbling as it is, meaning we aren’t talking minor renovations but very major renovations and repairs and who knows what other issues might be hidden once you start repairing on it!
 

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But here is the thing, it won’t be cheap. Renovation on top of buying it is unlikely to cost you any less. The GM is crumbling as it is, meaning we aren’t talking minor renovations but very major renovations and repairs and who knows what other issues might be hidden once you start repairing on it!
its a big risk imo
 
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I think you guys are learning the lesson that spends on modern sports stadiums are terrible uses of capex and none of these three parties really wants touch this thing.
 

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It s old but these guys are un fucken believable....
We tried for fucken 10 years to make the san siro ours or find a way with the city and they blocked everything...
Now that both teams finally move on they come with bs like this....

Give us and bbilan the sansiro and let us developp the area... thats the only way we should accept staying... if not these politicians who just now realized that they are fucked without us there can kindly go fuck them selfes
 

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It s old but these guys are un fucken believable....
We tried for fucken 10 years to make the san siro ours or find a way with the city and they blocked everything...
Now that both teams finally move on they come with bs like this....

Give us and bbilan the sansiro and let us developp the area... thats the only way we should accept staying... if not these politicians who just now realized that they are fucked without us there can kindly go fuck them selfes

It’s Italy for you… they do like their operas
 

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So Milan's designated place at San Donato is shittier than ours at Rozzano. No public transport.
 

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sure, how long is that going to take, they probably run into ancient ruins that delay that additional 5 years.
Certain individuals are probably "salting" the sites even as we post;)
 

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they would connect the areas with public transport, wouldn't they?

They have already plans for extra train tracks to the near city centrum. Also theres a station right next to the stadium, but the problem is you need more lines. Imagine 70k wanting to get to and back from the gamenight.
 

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Plans? 🤔 in Italy... 😆 Please! They always have plans for everything. Getting things done in a reasonable amount of time is their issue.

Alessandro Antonello calls the battle to get a new stadium in Milan ‘like climbing Everest’ and warns San Siro is ‘stuck in the 1980s.’
The situation around the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza has been dragging on for years and the two clubs eventually decided to go elsewhere, setting up projects for Inter to build in Rozzano and Milan in San Donato Milanese.

While the local council and WeBuild are pushing to keep them in the San Siro area with a plan to restructure the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, it is safe to say that Antonello is thoroughly unconvinced.

“In 2019 the project was presented to change the law on stadiums, but after five years, the clubs find themselves still waiting for the local council to even declare this is in the public interest,” Inter director Antonello told Calcio e Finanza.

“The San Siro project was meant to combine public and private interest to give a whole new lease of life to the San Siro area of the city.
Instead, this is like climbing Everest, we cannot seem to see the top of the mountain, despite all the efforts that have been made.”

The Stadio Meazza was last given a major refurbishment for the 1990 World Cup, where it hosted the opening game.
This is a very diplomatic FUCK YOU to Sala and his gang, I like it.

There is another issue which is that the current stadium is fuelled by a generator that pumps out CO2. We are a long way off the net zero that was requested, and if anything are still stuck in the 1980s.”

The other complaint is that both Inter and Milan want to own their stadium, even if it is a joint one, rather than rent from the local council.

If we look at other clubs, Barcelona earn €176m, Tottenham €135m, whereas Inter barely hit €84m in the year when they reached the Champions League Final.

How can we be competitive without a private structure? We want to get ourselves into the entertainment world without a suitable stage. The clubs are reflecting on how to make the stadium an environment that lives seven days a week.”
Spot on. Enough with the bullshit!

WeBuild have been given the go-ahead to draw up plans for restructuring San Siro, but that will take time.

“It all depends on what can be done, because minimal structural changes would not guarantee the level of revenue we are looking for.

“We are working on Rozzano and have no alternative, because the WeBuild proposal won’t be ready before June.”
It's just more delay for nothing. Build your own and let the local council pay for "maintaining" their stadium. They can transform it into a massive museum 😆
 
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