Inter ultras send message to Juventus ahead of derby: “Transfers manipulated, balance sheets faked, players doped”

Inter ultras have sent a resounding message to Juventus, ahead of the two clubs’ vital Serie A clash.

The San Siro was pumped before the Derby D’Italia, which could prove pivotial in the race for the Scudetto this season, with Inter one point clear at the top while having a game in hand.

Inter’s Curva Nord unfurled a banner aimed at the Bianconeri, refering to the club’s issues with law in the past and in recent times, refering to the CalcioPoli scandal, the recent false accounting scandal, match fixing accusations and Paul Pogba’s doping issue. 

The banner inside the San Siro read: “Referees bought, directors banned, exams faked, ultras not respected, league titles robbed, transfers manipulated, balance sheets faked, players doped, profits invented, banned in Europe and condemned.”

The context to the banner is rather enticing, as social media continues to be ablaze with talk about refereeing favouring either sides in the season. Max Allegri had referred to Inter recently as ‘thieves’ suggesting that Juve were ‘guards’ or ‘police’ that were going after them, referencing the fact that the Nerazzurri have had refereeing decisions go in their favour.

But Curva Nord didn’t hold back and their banner is rather damning.





Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN



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