Well HELLO there all you beautiful people!

Firstly, wherever you are in this vast and beautiful universe (whether it be Roma, Venezia, Firenze, Milano, Palermo, Cagliari, Brescia, Livorno, Viareggio, Mars, that newly-discovered moon, or anywhere else on planet Earth… if I skipped a few places, that is), I hope you’re in nothing but excellent health! Here’s a confession from a fellow Interista.

As it turns out, we already have a fantastic team. I’m going to sound like your local supermarket chain’s CEO, but I must admit… business jargon and phony tone aside, we’d love to have the chance to work with some of the brightest minds out there.

Say what you will, but Michael, Mahdi, Mezo (The Three Musketeers), TB, T. (Touble-T’s), and Christian have been sweating their pectoralis-major‘s off to get you the most reliable and up-to-date Inter news. I will leave myself off of that dream-team, glorious list as a penalty for all the heated emails and ad hominem comments I’ve been receiving for publishing yesterday’s article, but other than that… there are plenty of thingamajigs happening and not enough time to cover it all. As we grow, we find that we are understaffed and can only get to the most buzzing and essential news of the day. It’s true… we sort of filter from a large list of articles and curate the most important ones to get to.

What ends up happening is that we still don’t have that complete perspective that we can fulfill with an even higher and better coverage of the world of Internazionale. As a result, we have all turned to you. We’re reaching out and extending our hands to you to see if you are interested and appreciative to be part of this journey with us, the FedeNerazzurra staff. We stride to get/give the audience what they yearn the most through interdisciplinary means, to be precise. Go above and beyond the expectations. So, what does this entail for you? Well… you’d need to have a relatively cool skill-set for what may possibly be the best boutique of football club communities. Proper news. Proper stuff. Absolutely brilliant! Be tremendously fond of what the aims of FedeNerazzurra are. Nothing shy of a six-star coverage experience, with phenomenal, sub-zero articles that have psychopathic attention-to-detail! Perhaps this day will mark your adamance to take FedeNerazzurra to the next step! So… let’s follow our notion then, with sincerest of regards!

Qualifications

  1. Know how to write in English. This is THE most important skill for FN!
  2. Understanding Italiano or at least attempting to do so through language tools (via the likes of Google Translate, your grandmother’s Italiano Dizionario that’s gathering dust in the library).
  3. Must have commitment. I’m not talking… one or two articles a week. I am thinking at least 4-5 articles per day. That’s right. Don’t be like Sina!

Requirements

Let’s answer the following questions to learn more about you so that we can pick out folks who are dedicated and passionate [insert your business jargon about efficiency and effectiveness, yada-yada here].

  1. When did you first become an Inter fan? At what point did you began labeling yourself an ‘Interista’? Why Inter?
  2. When is your favorite moment? The best memories…
  3. When was the absolute worst moment of Inter for you? The days to forget…

Bonus — In the same amount of characters that applies to the limits of Twitter, say something about Inter that you think is the hallmark & best phrase/sentence/number matrix/mathematical analysis/visual artwork in representing your love for the club. [Now, here's a challenge! Or even time for you to get creative here!]

Wrap everything up together in a 400-word paper like it’s your university thesis and you’re completing your Ph.D. dissertation and send it to us [at fedenerazzurra87@yahoo.com] with love!

We need more writers. Definitely. And it’s an absolute must that you have the skills mentioned above.

Okay… now that we’re done with that, I wish you all a happy Monday and hope you have a sensational week ahead! We really look forward to hearing from you. I’m super psyched and excited already… w00t!

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  • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

    Feel free to post any questions that you have here! I’ll more than happily respond to requests and comments.

    And just in case you’re wondering… no, this—just like that Falcao move story—happens to stumble upon April 1st, but it isn’t part of any April Fools’ Day comedy.

  • Mudasir Malik

    honestly.. i wish i could but i have exams in may/june…… i would do anything after then
    FORZA INTER

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Michael

      It would be no problem. If you have time, follow the requirements above and send me a short paragraph of 400 words answering those questions. Thanks.

  • http://www.facebook.com/patar.hatigoran Patar Ronnie Hatigoran

    Wow really big task to carried… I am proud of you guys…

  • AK17

    The Fedenerazzurra squad right now is already a quality line-up! Here’s to hoping that the new additions contribute more of the same.

    This site is my number one stop for news about our team. Needless to say it is my only stop and it has been like that for quite some time. Thanks to you all! :)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Amala! Grazie, amico.

      @AK17:disqus, I’ll reply to your other comments in a couple of hours; you were exactly right… the scene last night was very overwhelming.

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Amala! Grazie, amico.

      @AK17:disqus, I’ll reply to your other comments in a couple of hours; you were exactly right… the scene last night was very overwhelming.

  • Il Campione

    Is this a paid job or not? I would love to do this, but if I am to write 4-5 articles each day, I cannot afford to do it for free.

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Michael

      How long do you think an article is? It’s not going to be Sina type of articles.

      I’m more thinking of 60-100 words per and so in most cases, the articles are like 3-5 sentences. In terms of how many per day, well the more writers I have, the less articles for each of them.

      4-5 articles a day is just an estimate. Of course it has to fit to your schedule. Take Christian and T. for examples, they mostly do 2-3 a day.

      So obviously it is not a paid job. I have big plans ahead for the site like upgrading the server for example and I am the one that will be taking care of that expense and other costs.

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      @7348521b5c574af10e4cb2f54e313dfb:disqus, to add to @InterForever87:disqus’s bang-on reply, think of this opportunity more as a hobby for a fruitful, international community and a club that you enjoy following, rather than an occupation of employment.
      I think I work ever so diligently for my role here at FN, and there are always ups-and-downs, but this thought keeps me going.

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      @7348521b5c574af10e4cb2f54e313dfb:disqus, to add to @InterForever87:disqus’s bang-on reply, think of this opportunity more as a hobby for a fruitful, international community and a club that you enjoy following, rather than an occupation of employment.
      I think I work ever so diligently for my role here at FN, and there are always ups-and-downs, but this thought keeps me going.

  • Adrian

    Payment?

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Michael

      The love and appreciation from everyone reading this site on regular basis.

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Michael

      The love and appreciation from everyone reading this site on regular basis.

      • Manuel

        Yes, and everybody who’s using this site can feel that the motivation of all the moderators is due to the love for inter and your fee is the gratidude from all the readers. At this point in my life, i have no time to work for a big project like yours, because of studying the next 7 years and my english is also not the best. But to come to my point, the question about the payement is legitimated, just in the way that your work is really worthy. I just want to propose, if fede could introduce a donating-system? I’m pretty sure, that many of the readers would like to support you financially.

  • Joaquin

    Hello
    Really love this site. Been a hardcore reader in about a year now! But something I desire/wish is fedenerazzurra to make a app. It would be much more easy to read topics on the run and would always keep me occupied.

    I tried writing to you about an app, but got no answer.

    Forza pazza inter

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Hey, @c3e9f5eb63caf55f97200af750e17737:disqus!

      Thanks for all your love and support. In another article, a guest user by the name of Cyclone99 commented on how he wanted us to make an Android and iOS app for the site, including the Disqus comments applet.

      I replied with this: I have an iPhone, an iPad mini, and am testing a Surface, HTC One, and the Nexus 10 and the site looks just fine in its WP themes for mobile/tablet auto-detect / auto-resize calls from the Apache server, in the respective default browsers tested (Safari and Android Browser / Chrome). Is there trouble with this? I can look into Tapatalk or see if I can build a wireframe from scratch with a better UI. Can’t touch the comments though (Disqus) since they use their own weird little plug-in updater that does recursive calls for constant auto-refresh.

      Another guest who goes by ‘rockysmooth28′ remembers the moment because he was in the brief conversation.

      Granted, now that so many people have shown immense interest, especially from the ‘hardcore readers’ like yourself, I will spend my free-time to make a stand-alone app for the popular smartphone OS’s. I can see how it would be a better reading experience on-the-go as well. I am an experienced OS X and iOS developer, so making a Cocoa-Touch universal app through Objective-C and a PhoneGap build on Java isn’t difficult, but I will need to see how I can squeeze a mobile version of Disqus as an in-app fusion column. I’d like to base the FN app on a cross/HYBRID between Facebook’s mobile app and Flipboard, with lots of gestures (for article navigation and faster scroll management).

      I’m usually a creative person, but for this one, I want to make the best application possible… so please, you, @twitter-20297899:disqus, @InterForever87:disqus, @facebook-1415060544:disqus, @disqus_0usODLBl76:disqus, @twitter-52957534:disqus, @facebook-1095806949:disqus—if you guys are able to pitch in any of your brainstorm ideas and feature requests, I’d be extensively grateful. The whole process of building an app will likely take a while because (1) I don’t have much spare-time anymore, especially with all the articles and (2) I am on my own in creating this… at least for now.

      Grazie mille, amici!

      • Joaquin

        Sounds really lovely @Briview:disqus ! I’m looking forward to see the result. It would without doubt be my favourite app then :-)

        One more thing I am ‘missing’ on this amazing site.. Could it be an option with some kind of forum? A forum sorted in different categories, like ‘Squad’, ‘Transfers’ etc., for us members to discuss our beloved club Internazionale.

        Thank you again for an amazing work. Great Fedenerazzurra team!!

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          Thanks, @c3e9f5eb63caf55f97200af750e17737:disqus! I hope to be able to work on it some more… because it is a lengthy process and I don’t have any assistance. After the match today, I am making a post on this, and if you could drop by in the comments section and say something in support of the app idea and that you also would like to see it, I’d immensely appreciate it! It will probably help me gather more engineers for finishing it in under a year. Otherwise, it will take forever!

          The feature/functionality that you’re talking about… as a message-board/forum is actually not missing, but it’s just not the format of this site. We have stories, and people make comments on them. The forum functionality is in a site called Forza Inter Forums, which is our partner. They have sorted categories. Thanks for your feedback though… I will add this to our “requested features” for sure.

  • http://twitter.com/mongkih mongkih

    for thy whom willing to give a shot, may the force be with you young jedi :’)

    • Nizar Ali Bawazir

      may the force be with us padawan..

  • Guest

    Hello Fedenerazurra team:

    I, Renzo, became an Inter fan ever since I was 10 years old and was a big admirer of Ronaldo Nazario da Lima when he played for Inter. I started to watch its games and began to admire its fans’ passion for the football game. Also, I did a research about its rich history that made it one of the best clubs in world football.I became an Interista because Inter and I were very compatible with each other. Why did I choose Inter? I chose Inter because I noticed the family bond it has that I have not seen in any other club.
    My favorite moment was when Inter won the treble during the 2009-2010 season. It was a great moment of joy to see Il Capitano lift the 3 major trophies (Coppa Italia, Scudetto, and UEFA Champions League). My best memories are when I watched many great comebacks when Inter was losing a game with very few minutes left to play.
    The worst moments for me were during the early 2000′s. During that time, Inter did not win any of the major trophies.

    Amala/ForzaInter1908.ItalianUniqueTrebleWinner/LaBeneamata.

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Hey, Renzo!

      Awesome to hear your responses. We evaluate the answers to those interested in our messages mailbox at fedenerazzurra87@yahoo.com in the meantime. So, if it isn’t a hassle to just copy+paste your comment above and send us an email instead, we’d love to hear from you and greatly appreciate it!

      In bocca al lupo!

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1069723346 Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

        I’ve seen him write before on a fb Inter fan page I’m a part of, and he knows his stuff, and also writes well. A good look for sure

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          Thanks for the endorsement, Mahdi! Sounds exciting. I hope Michael can appoint him.

  • http://twitter.com/adit_chandra Aditya Chandra

    NOO I don’t speak Italian :(

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Haha! My friend… you don’t need to *speak* Italian! Heck, you don’t even need to read it! Most of our staff just does a Google Translate paraphrase. I think Mezo and I are fluent in Italian, so we can manage to go without that tool.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mark.spagnol Mark Spagnol

    Sina, I’m not quite good with writing Articles, but if you need artwork, feel free to approach me on facebook! :)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Thank you most graciously, Mark! Sure… I will gladly catch up with you on there. What are your mediums… Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoCAD Sketch?

      • http://www.facebook.com/mark.spagnol Mark Spagnol

        Photoshop and Illustrator. Also any Video Editing software.

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          That’s superb! I actually had in mind a sort of… “Intro” clip for FedeNerazzurra videos. I’ll make a post about that later today in what I’ll call… something along the lines of “Site Updates/Stuff”. If you are interested, let me know on this comment or in there!

          • http://twitter.com/adit_chandra Aditya Chandra

            it would be superb if you can do English dub/voice over for interviews from inter.it/inter channel. I’d love to hear our players voice/coach. I used to download all JM’s Chelsea interviews. It was golden.

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            I was thinking about something along these lines. I think I will have someone who can take care of this task in particular. However, I will tell you that most of the Inter Channel interviews are covered here on FN, like… word-for-word.

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            I was thinking about something along these lines. I think I will have
            someone who can take care of this task in particular. However, I will
            tell you that most of the Inter Channel interviews are covered here on
            FN, like… word-for-word.

          • http://www.facebook.com/mark.spagnol Mark Spagnol

            Sure, I’ll be interested. :)

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            Apologies on not making the post yet. I scheduled it for after the game, because this (pre-match) is probably not the best time to post something you want everyone to see… so I will publish the article then, and you can let me know how you would like to make the ‘intro’ clip and what style you want to use. Grazie!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mark.spagnol Mark Spagnol

    Sina, I’m not quite good with writing Articles, but if you need artwork, feel free to approach me on facebook! :)

  • interdonesia

    i want to apply…….as a reader :D sorry mate i don’t understand italian language at all (not really all but just know some of it like espulso, ammonito, etc :p) and especially don’t really had the time to write 4-5 articles a day cos i’m already out of time to write my job “articles” :D. but good luck for you guys. i’ll keep supporting this site and even share it to my friends so this can be the biggest inter news site :D great job michael for starting this site and good job for you guys to keep it running :D TERIMA KASIH. greetings from indonesia :)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      @fbc19bbf4499057fed80ca3ece4ea0db:disqus — Do you think you’d be willing to translate the English posts that are important (high priority) into Indonesian? We have a high number of Indonesians in readership, so maybe we can do something about it?

      • http://twitter.com/adit_chandra Aditya Chandra

        that I can

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          Okay… I’ll keep you posted. Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/rave_Leen raflin kolondam

    thats great, now i’m trying to remember how could i find this site, hope someone as great as mike will show up

  • http://www.facebook.com/hide.wiguna Hadi Wiguna

    if you want to make this website indonesian version (like inter.it).. please call me.. hahaa…

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Indonesia is our largest target market and our analytics show Jakarta as the heart of our niche audience, but wouldn’t you say it’s a heavy burden on your shoulders to translate the articles all to Indonesian, Hadi?

      From what you know, would you say that there is a large percentage of Indonesian Interisti who don’t understand English?

      • http://twitter.com/aldyfu iamsuperman

        Well, I think when you ask about how Indonesian cope with english, I ought to say that it is not very convincing. However they understand simple english without gigantic alien UFO words for sure.
        But if you change the question to how about the Interisti in Jakarta, I believe averagely, their english is more than enough to understand every word written in this comment.
        And by the way, I’m Indonesian. I’m a fan of yours. To read such a piece of committed work that bring every word looked alive in my mind is awesome. It’s a Christmas in July just like the American said. Double pleasure. Bravo Sina.

        • #4

          Can’t wait if we have Indonesian represantives in this amazing team since a lot of Indonesian people visit this site.

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          Grazie, grazie mille! Thanks so much, amico!

          So I’m afraid I was being vague about the statistical spread of Indonesians understanding English. Apologies… I appreciate your clarification on that!

          I had definitely assumed that many Interisti in Jakarta know more than enough English in fluency to read, write and speak well. Having you confirm that there is a similar stance to such, it enlightens me and makes me joyous to know that there is just about the same level of understanding amongst them as there is with literature-level English speakers and writers.

          Thanks again for your words, which thoroughly warmed my heart! I will stay committed and keep the humor here and there to lighten people’s days up (some people have very difficult days and they log onto this site to ease stress and relieve anxiety). It’s important that I think through a humanitarian perspective about FN as well. Keep your awesome & lovely ways alive!

          Va molto bene!

      • http://www.facebook.com/hide.wiguna Hadi Wiguna

        hahaa.. hey c’mon I was kidding dude.. :D

        Honestly my English is only enough to “survive” reading your articles here.. so In case that this kind of job exist, some other Indonesian dudes here will deserve it better than me..

        Well, we Indonesian use English as a third language apart from our Indonesian and mother tongue, so I would answer that YES for your question. there are large percentage of Interisti who dont understand English.

        However, I think that most of the Indonesian visitors of this site have already known how to cope with the language; or at least understand some phrases; or at the very least can only understand the title and then guess the content.. lol

        you know, a title is the reflection of the whole text.. so read the text and conclude. that’s happen to my friend who reads this site but don’t understand English very much.

        Thanks for your “serious” respond to my comment. lol…
        I like all things in this site and hope you guys keep the great work up. :)

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          @facebook-1423181426:disqus — Sorry for the late reply, I was quite sick for the past few days.

          Haha… no seriousness intended… I knew you were kidding, but I was just hesitant in replying anyway!

          If you think my articles are difficult to “survive through”, let me know… I want to get feedback to improve my writing towards your enjoyment. I got plenty of heat in the Kovačić article, so it shows that I obviously need to improve, which starts by incorporating less humor into my articles.

          Yes, I see! We, too, use English as a third language (Italiano is first, then second… depending on the region… it is either German or French, and English is third). This site is only available in English for now, but from your insight and update, I will make a note to bring on several Indonesians who can help with another wing of the site. I don’t know how that’ll work. But I’ll make something of it.

          It sucks that many Indonesians just try to understand some phrases because it makes it difficult for them to communicate with us about the news. We want people to choose to be who they are. If they are open, then they should happily talk to us and make their comments about the news!

          Sorry if my comment response was serious… no intention of that.

          Thanks for your regards!

          • http://www.facebook.com/m.ikhsan.lubis M. Ikhsan Habib Lubis

            yep. if FN want to make some articles in indonesian, feel free to contact me. sina :)

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            You got it, @facebook-590481029:disqus! I will get back to you in around a week, when we’re doing something special!

          • http://www.facebook.com/m.ikhsan.lubis M. Ikhsan Habib Lubis

            something special? more special than rocchi scores for fun? hahaha

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            You bet! Much more special! Something for our dear Indonesian fans!

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Indonesia is our largest target market and our analytics show Jakarta as the heart of our niche audience, but wouldn’t you say it’s a heavy burden on your shoulders to translate the articles all to Indonesian, Hadi?

      From what you know, would you say that there is a large percentage of Indonesian Interisti who don’t understand English?

  • Xahi Xixa Armati

    Hello. I’m big Inter and Argentina fan and I have free time but my writing in english not very good. I understand almost everything in english but to write myself not very easy. You noticed my mistakes here. :-)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Hey, Xahi! Your mistakes? They’re beyond anything-to-worrying-about and the overall context/meaning of your point can be understood really quickly. However, I notice that it can be difficult to write well quickly when you’re going back every two seconds to edit words or phrases, so I can empathize. Thanks for your interest!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ahmed.h.sultan.37 Ahmed Haider Sultan

    i would love to become a writer in this site…..but unfortunately time is an issue for me…maybe in the summer ;)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Ahmed, send in your answers to the requirements now and we will keep you on-hold for the summer. Just mention in the beginning of your email that time is an issue and you would like to join on a certain date (could be vague or precise).

  • Pedro87

    Hello fellow interistas,

    i just logged in to say thank you to michael for creating this site for us interistas. Seriously bro, there is no way of truly thanking u for this site. i would like to also thank mahdi, mezo, T, Tb, and of course Sina. Thank u all for taking times out of ur lives to write and post news of our beloved inter. The amount of work u guys do should be rewarded by moratti himself.

    what i like about this site is that it not only provides official inter news, but i feel part of a community that represents all of us. Brothers of the world.

    Salute to fedenerazzurra and my fellow interistas everywhere.

    • Pedro87

      1. I first started watching inter games when Ivan “bam bam’ zamarano joined the team (he was one of my favourite pure strikers at the time with gabi batigol, pre-ronaldo luiz nazario lima aka the real one). He wasn’t a beast with us but he always played with a heart of a thousand men. my love to inter was born the day baggio was signed (my fav player of all time – messi can score all he want, he’ll never give fans that kind of entertainment), and that love was cemented in my heart the day we faced real madrid in the cl with those two glorious beautiful goals by the divine ponytail.

      Started labeling myself as an interista as soon as i heard the expression, like it was meant to be.

      Why inter? why not inter! no other team can provide a footy fan this kind of rollercoaster of emotions. The passion by its fans is unrivaled to be honest. this might be an overstatement, but i truly believe that being an interista is the realest feeling of being a football fan. The only ppl i can ever envy in life are those standing in the curva nord, cheering for my beloved inter. (I live in saudi, so it’s just Sat tv for me :( )

      2. Fav moment? Plenty. One of which has to be may 22, 2010 in madrid. Those two goals by milito and that powerful display of teamwork and sacrifice that makes all of us proud to be interistas, as well as that unforgettable image of an ecstatic il Capitano, the one and only Zanetti, lifting that beautiful cup.
      The craziest 5 minutes anyone might witness in those dying moments of the sampdoria match back in 2005 can never be forgotten. The greatest defeat of all time against Barca in camp nou, the only time we lost and smiled at the same time (as well as shoving it to ibra’s face, or nose for that matter). The day we trashed milan 4-0 and then 2-0 with two men down. (anyday we beat them is just awesome).
      Anytime Matrix hacked down sheva was just a delight regardless of the result. (that berlusconi mask is priceless too).
      Also, though it may not count but i do, Materazzi being instrumental in the 2006 world cup. Out of all the juventinos and milanistas, he was the most effective.

      3. The worst moments?
      The definite worst is may 5, 2002. to be 45 mins away from lifting the scudetto, only to see ronaldo crying. as well as seeing him leave becuz of cuper after his tremendous display at the world cup.
      The day ronaldo was injured against lazio (2000), minutes after being subbed in, with no contact whatsoever. Gut-wrenching.
      The Day Facchetti died.
      The day we lost 6-0 to milan (commandini scoring, nuff said)
      98 vs juve with Luliano tackling ronnie only to see del piero get a penalty.
      Milito twisting his knee against cluj (yea we won but at his expense :( )
      The day we announced Benetiz as mourinho’s successor. He ruined us. he destroyed everything that was done by mou and mancini, and this affected everyone after even gasperini. Benetiz is our worst coach ever (with that jube scum Lippi, who forced out bergomi, pagliuca, baggio, and not developing pirlo, only to depend on him later in life)

      Most bittersweet moment? Mourinho hugging Materazzi after the cl.

      Last words. Being an interista isnt just a prefrence, it is a way of life.
      Being an interista means that u can never give up.
      Being an interista means u respect and honor values.
      Being an interista means u dont know what serie b is like.
      Being an interista means u have integrity and understand what honesty means.

      Being an interista means u know what it feels to win a real treble.
      Being an interista means u will always, and i mean always, be proud.
      Being an interista means u have brothers from all over the world.

      I apologize in forward in case this was a long read, but becuz it inter, one can never give enough.

      Thank u all.

      [To paraphrase a great man “I have a fever, and the only prescription is, more Inter”

      • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

        I really enjoyed reading your intuition and startling attention-to-detail. I endorse that you are more than welcome on-board. I love how well your English is despite living in a state where Western Arabic is the primary language. Yaa’ni!

        If it’s not a hassle, why don’t you copy+paste this in an email and send it to our mailbox at fedenerazzurra87@yahoo.com as well? Let’s get started!

        Habibi!

        — Sina

      • http://twitter.com/mongkih mongkih

        now this is what i called as sincere love, a hollywood drama kinda thing, an unconditional love. great self admitting, happy to have such a pure interista around :)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Hey-ya Pedro87!

      Wow. That means so much to us. Thanks for your wisdom of appreciation!

      We are indeed an International (pun-intended) community and brothers (uh… sisters, TB?) who are bonded to one another through black-and-blue-churned ribbons. We send you our warmest regards from the staff’s behalf!

      — The FedeNerazzurra Team

  • #4

    WOW. right now we already got our brother from USA (Michael), our brother from Italy (Sina and Mezo and of course TB), Iran (Mehdi, cmiiw). hope we can get our brother from Afrika. this why we called Brothers of The World :)

    • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

      Brothers (and sisters for TB) of the World is beautifully put!

      I think TB is from the US. And I don’t believe Mezo is from Italy, but I could be wrong. I always assumed I’m the only staff writer who lives there.

      Edit: And I am also under the impression that Mehdi also lives outside of Iran as well.

      Doesn’t matter… wherever we are, we are connected with one another. An Internazionale (International) Family!

      • #4

        Haha. sorry mate. can’t hardly wait to know each member of this great team :) best regard for you guys frommy homeland, Indonesia

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          Hey… no worries! It’s all exciting!

          @disqus_Y6L6e70zP3:disqus — If you know anyone who wishes to write some of the important news in Indonesian, let me know! I am thinking about seeing what we can do for our large Indonesian audience who are not good with English.

          • #4

            well, i think we can get some great Indonesian writer here. btw for all your hardwork in this site, i must say, ‘Terima kasih banyak’ :D

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            Terima kasih kembali!

            That’s maybe the plan to bring some Indonesian writers here. I want to work on the site myself (in the back-end) and also expand it, if time permits.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1069723346 Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

        haha amen, I do live outside of Iran, USA to be exact!
        Although I am proudly of Iranian descent!

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          You know what’s up, baraadare man!

          Yep… you did mention that to me, but I was going incognito with the precise location since some people may be uncomfortable with revealing their privacy.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1069723346 Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

            hahaha thank you for being considerate! haha since I feel like the gov’t already knows everything about me…why hide it I guess? :/

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            Well, I was talking about FedeNerazzurra, but you are SO right about that. Sadly, I feel the pressure at times too, especially because I was actively protesting against the wiretapping into smartphones, the hard-disk data recoveries… they track everything and monitor through filters. If they see anything suspicious, they will pounce on it and record it, even though it may be totally out of context. They do whatever they want and invade levels of personal threshold; they know everything about us, but when anyone successfully grabs information about them (Julian Assange and Bradley Manning) and distributes it to make the public aware of the ongoing events, they are prosecuted and wrongfully falsified their justice otherwise.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1069723346 Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

            100% I’m so glad you are knowledgable about the injustices they afford themselves via this proxy ‘war on terror’ aka a war on liberties

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            The number of worldly atrocities caused by this government are nearly countless. It is amazing how everything comes together when we learn more and more about the factual truth and less frayed by the marketing ploys that are shoved down our throats by people who claim that they are higher/more than us.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1069723346 Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

            I’m glad we share many political views…or perhaps a lack thereof haha.
            Saddens me to see how people let themselves be deceived and taken advantage of so easily.

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            It’s amazing that I finally find someone who is in the same position, let alone someone who I have been talking with for quite some time… and on an Inter news site! It doesn’t get any better than that. Pure spontaneous joy. A lack thereof political viewpoints for sure… unlike many of my friends who are just Obamaphiliacs, driven by his phony jargon of ‘change.’ On a very superficial level, he will tweet photos of himself with his family and his sleeves rolled up, blue-collared style. He’s certainly fooling everyone while he’s at it too. Wins his campaign for second term, then orders several drone strikes on suspicious areas, only to gather results the next-day that only women and children were killed. It is deeply saddening that he just goes one-on-one with the very corporations that he bashes in his speeches. He initiates the left-hand turn signal and then swerves right and brings the capital giants (Goldman Sachs, General Electric, etc.) and his tactical friends (Netanyahu, etc.) along. It’s all part of the plan.

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            Ah… sorry about my non-Inter rant. By the way, don’t worry about getting to everything I post to you (like that FB ordeal) because I know you have plenty of things going on already and I’d rather not add to the weights and already-abundant pressure. If anything, please never be afraid to approach me for assistance.

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1069723346 Mahdi Viva Palestina Torabinej

            A-the-heck-men :D haha I’m so glad we literally share the same views on the guy.
            I sadly campaigned for him in 2008, only to become aware that I had been let-down within a few months of his swearing in. A fluoridated, apathetic, monkey-see monkey-do, populous we have to deal with in most of the “developed” world. So sad.
            And, oh, there is certainly an over-arching plan… I will not get into more than that at the moment however…I think you may understand where I am coming from about that.

    • Mezo

      It’s funny that you mention Africa, I’m actually not Italian, I’m Egyptian but I speak Italian as one of my four languages (currently learning Russian, making some good progress with that, haha)

      Also, I don’t live in Egypt but I have stayed in Italy for a long period of time, so that helped a lot!

      Forza Inter, one big family!

      • #4

        LOL. this why we become one BIG family

        • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

          Absolutely!

      • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

        @disqus_2m5zw5Ps0f:disqus — That’s pretty awesome! Kudos to you. How did Russian come in?!

        Glad you are not in Egypt right now… it’s not a very pleasant time nowadays with Morsi’s staged militaristic upheavals against the people.

        If I may ask, where did you stay in Italy? Could it be possible that we have crossed paths and not known it?

        • Mezo

          Russian is actually a funny story, many of my friends and a few ex girlfriends are Russians so I just decided to learn that too, it’s actually going very well but I can’t read it to save my life!

          I actually lived in Milan for almost a year then stayed in Venice for another few months. What about you? Where have/do you stay?

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            Wow! That’s phenomenal. I love Russian literature, but I have only read it in other languages. Works of Turgenev, Tolstoy, Pushkin, Lermontov, Gogol, Dostoevsky, Chekov are a few that come to mind from my university years!

            Very cool. I live in Piumazzo… which is a region by Modena (in Bologna) and I have friends in Milan, with whom I attend the games or watch [away] games on TV with (whether in pubs or at their place). And so it goes! You mentioned you’re not in Italy or Egypt. Without any intention to get into a personal question, how do you like your current place of stay?

          • Mezo

            Wow you seem to know a lot about.. Everything! How do you get to be so well informed?

            Also I visited Bologna, it was beautiful (as is all of Italy). Also you really don’t have to be so cautious with all your questions, I’m generally an open person and don’t mind talking about anything, personal or otherwise :).

            I currently live in the UAE, it’s fine really, but there isn’t a ton of stuff to do and the whether is hot all year long, hopefully I’ll be back in Italy in the Summer though, I really miss it over there!

          • http://FedeNerazzurra.com/ Sina

            Haha… grazie mille! I wish I could know a lot about everything! Perhaps that is a goal of mine for the future… to be well-rounded and multi-talented… a what-you-would-call ‘jack-of-all-trades.’ There are so many things we learn about each other… especially in this site. Not too many know that I have a piloting license, for example. I’m sure everyone has many hidden talents that we will come to learn about overtime!

            Glad you visited Bologna… it is a bit of a busier and more tourist-filled area than Modena (the land of Balsamic Vinegar and Exotics). Thanks for your openness and welcoming approach! I just ask beforehand anyway because some people have a bubble/barrier and may not want to share.

            Heh… amazing! Now you are in the Emirates region! I can relate with your description of the place because I myself lived for three months in Dubai. I had a small apartment near a Comfort-Inn at the time… in Al Barsha, before/around the time the city began work on developing the Palm islands nearby. It was extremely hot to stay outside for more than four hours and I remember it wasn’t a very vibrant place (this was prior to the big boom in the city that took place in the early 2000s). It would be interesting to see how immensely the city has changed since.

  • edi

    why interista? We all know why! There is nothing like it in this world!

  • Nizar Ali Bawazir

    the love of the inter came be harvest here.. pazza inter amala..

  • WTF

    why if im open this site on my blackberry, it automatically closed when loading the comments, especially if the comments are to many??

  • Asep Awaludin Ramdani

    please use the Indonesian language site

  • JustInter

    Nice logo and nice choice keeping the white background