Moratti praises ‘Super Mario’

Speaking to the press just ahead of the ceremony for the “Premio Facchetti” held at the headquarters of La Gazzetta dello Sport, Internazionale president Massimo Morratti declared: “Balotelli, I’d take him back tomorrow morning. I’ve always highly regarded him, but it seems to me that his experience in England with Mancini is going very well.”
Mario Balotelli was at Inter from 2007 to 2010 but his three years at Milan were plagued with criticism and controversy, thus forcing Balotelli to move to Manchester City. Controversy has continued to follow the 21 year old but he seems to be enjoying his football a lot more at the Etihad Stadium. The youngster has already scored 7 goals this season and recently opened his account for the Italian national team as well.
Talking about Inter coach Claudio Ranieri’s recent statement about remaining a threat for the Serie A title despite a dreadful start to the season, Moratti suggested: “Ranieri is right to talk about the Scudetto. With good will on our part we will begin to do a bit better. We need to feel good, strong and humble. We will need to reach a more relaxed position in the table and then start from there.”
Inter have struggled so far this season and a lot of people have attributed this to a lack of energy in their midfield. The aged trio of Dejan Stankovic, Esteban Cambiasso and Javier Zanetti seem to be past their prime while youngsters like Sulley Muntari, Joel Obi and Thiago Motta are struggling to fill into the boots of the older players.
Addressing this issue, Moratti merely said: “The coach would know more about that than I would.”
Inter have picked up just two wins in the league so far and seem themselves just outside the relegation zone due to a superior goal difference. They will have to pick up the three points when they host Cagliari on Saturday if they are to continue to have a realistic hope of fighting for the Scudetto. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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