Tomorrow at 20:45 C.E.T, the Nerazzurri will roll out on FC Vaslui’s temporary stadium. Temporary because their original one only fits 18,000 people and is not considered European standard. This is a play-off match in the Europa League.

FC Vaslui were founded last decade and have beaten record after record. When the club was only three years old, Vaslui advanced to the top flight of the Romanian League. Their colors are yellow and green and the manager is Adrian Porumboiu. FC Vaslui sit fifth on the Romanian league table, after five rounds with only eight points. Although they have only lost one match.

The Romanians were actually in the Champions League before getting knocked down to the Europa League by Fenerbahce.  Vaslui were able to get an impressive 1-1 draw right in Turkey but in the return leg, the Romanian suffered a 1-4 defeat and a 2-5 on aggregate.

The adventure of Inter has been quite interesting. The first two matches were against a strong Croatian team, Hajduk Split. Against an unknown opponent, many people believed that it would be too difficult for the Nerazzurri to move on to the next round. That belief was enhanced even more when Inter completely destroyed Hajduk with the scoreline of 3-0 in Split.

In the return leg, everything was much harder. Hajduk gave Inter a scare when they scored two goals at the Meazza but the Nerazzurri were able to hold on to a 3-2 score on aggregate.

Inter’s defense have raised some questions, and for tomorrow they really need to be on guard because FC Vaslui have an offensive minded squad. Their key player, Marius Niculae is an experienced European player one that has played in teams like Dinamo Bucarest, Standard Liege and Sporting Lisbon. He has also been capped by the Romanian national team where he has scored 15 goals in 42 matches.

Samir Handanovic, Christian Chivu, Dejan Stankovic, Ricardo Alvarez and McDonald Maiga are all injured and will not make the trip to Romania. None of the new signings in Cassano and Gargano will make this trip either. It will be very difficult match but if Inter execute their game plans and play the way they’re capable of then a victory is waiting.


  • Michael

    Let’s welcome new contributor Karemzo to

    • Interist1

      Welcome karemzo..

    • Styles

      Excellent so far! Welcome Karemzo

    • Aballisround

      what do you mean by contributor?

      • Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

        He helps write and assist in giving information

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    • Parth Gawarikar

      Welcome Karezmo!!!

    • Xahi Xixa Armati

      Welcome, Karemzo.

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    • Dejan Vorkapic

      Hey Karemzo, nice to have you here! The more the merrier!

    • Alabama Inter fan

      Welcome Karemzo. Keep up the good work on one of my favorite sites.

  • miz

    welcome karezmo ;)

  • Bellal Amerkhail

    any idea where i can watch this?

    • Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

      m y p 2 p . p e
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  • Deemon

    I would like to see predictions that would be nice thanks

    • Xahi Xixa Armati

      Me too. :)

  • Filip Maicon Karem

    Thank you guys! Although, I’m only new here, posted earlier on Interpersempre

  • Dejan Vorkapic

    If everything goes well in the first half i would love to see Juan instead of Silvestre. I hope he plays from the first minute but that’s not going to happen i guess. He has to play as often as possible! As well as Cou, by switching Milito with Palacio upfront and pairing Cou with Sneijderman of course. Or switch formation to 4-2-3-1 (which i would like even more) and put either Cambi or Gabi on the bench, depending on who performs better in the first half.