Moratti: "Indonesia, I felt your warmth"

MILAN – "Since I wasn’t able to be there due to work commitments, I would
like to thank the Indonesian fans and their country for all the warmth, joy and
passion that I was able to feel and experience, even if it was only by means of
television broadcasts and stories from those who were there in Jakarta.

I felt moved and happy and even more at the disposal of these fantastic fans when
thinking of the present and future that we can experience together, with the
desire to dedicate all the emotions and victories to them that Inter will soon
be achieving again.

Indonesia, I’m grateful to you and I’ll always cherish these wonderful feelings."

Indonesia 2012: Inter’s departure

JAKARTA – The flight carrying the Nerazzurri has just departed Soekarno-Hatta Airport in Jakarta, and once again the turnout from the fans was impressive, as was their enormous warmth. 

After five unforgettable days of emotions and warm embraces from the numerous Indonesian fans, Inter – after a layover in Singapore and nearly 14 total hours of flight – will once again be back in Italy.

Thank you Indonesia, with all our hearts

Indonesia 2012: greeting from the ambassador

JAKARTA – On the day of Inter’s departure to Italy, Bedy Moratti, Ernesto
Paolillo and the entire team were hosted by Federico Failla, the Italian
ambassador in Jakarta, in order to greet each other and mutually say thanks.

And with this visit to the Italian Embassy in Indonesia Inter’s exciting and
surprising stay in the country concludes, as the team will later head to the
airport for an evening departure from Soekarno-Hatta Airport.

Stramaccioni: "So many people behind Inter"

JAKARTA – After the friendly against the Indonesian national team Andrea Stramaccioni spoke on Inter Channel: "It’s been a wonderful evening; there’s no better way to finish a season with such great support for the team and a desire to get them back where they should be. I’m overflowing with desire to do this and our fans, including those in Indonesia, deserve it. Now all of us want to start doing well again and I’m already thinking about the future."

He went on to comment on the match: "We saw an Inter side that was pleasing to watch and we enjoyed our game, especially in the first half. What do I feel like saying to president Moratti who is following this? President, keep on loving us as you do, just take a look around at how many people love this Inter team."