THE OUTLINE FOR THE FUTURE
Today comes the signature of the new general director Fassone?
From China: agreement with Moratti for the new stadium.
Milan – There are all sorts of circumstances/coincidences that make you say yes, Inter perhaps are opening a New Era. One of these signals arrives on the field with the choice to appoint Stramaccioni as the full time coach until 2015 and with that the mission to “rejuvenate” the team. Another comes from the constant expansion of Inter brand starting from the tour in Indonesia but also the signing of Marco Fassone as the future general director and last but not least, the trip of Massimo Moratti to China. Morale: something is moving, a sorta Renovation-Inter.
Signature today? Fassone will probably sign his contract today to become the new general director of Inter. He was the former Juventus director who opened the first Juve Club in China as well as the former Napoli director. Fassone is responsible on the development of commercial of football brand, TV rights and has been invited to several Lega meetings. His appointment would give a right steer to the relaunch of the brand that president Massimo Moratti has found alive in China after a long trip last week which could also give a big news: the new stadium.
New shirt You can find everything on the website of CRCC.cn, or the site of China Railway Construction Corporation, one of the biggest construction companies in China. On May 22, Inter president met with the head of the company Meng Fengchao which was dedicated a new away shirt of Inter (red) with his name on the back.
The stadium In the company’s press release which states that in China, Inter have ten of millions of fans, that Moratti is a legendary figure and that “we are willing to have an all-around cooperation with Inter and the construction of a new stadium would be a good starting point, a good beginning for bilateral cooperation,” said Hu Zhen-Yi, vice president of CRCC. And Moratti replied that “a new stadium is not just my personal desire but also the desire of most of the fans.” In short, it is clear that something new is moving. On the field, off the new and now the field itself.
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport