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A resounding 7-0 against Genoa on the last matchday of Serie B, played on Saturday 16 February, and three points that certify the winning ride of the Inter women’s team that scored their fifteenth victory in as many league matches. Full points, the team coached by the Argentine De la Fuente has 14 points ahead of the second with 55 goals scored and only 5 goals conceded. It is a triumphant journey, at the moment, which confirms an indication already felt at the beginning of the season with the change of ownership: this year Inter do not want to lose the chance of promotion to Serie A.

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Why the current management of the black and blue team of Milan is important and indicative in the growth landscape of women’s football
First point: unlike Juventus, Milan and Rome (teams in Serie A) who bought the sporting title of their current women’s teams from existing clubs (Juventus from Cuneo, Milan from Brescia), the management of men’s Inter took over the sporting title owned by the then ASD Female Inter Milan, making it to all intents and purposes the women’s team of reference of the Internazionale Milano, and with it also the Primavera squad. ASD was founded in 2009 by Elena Tagliabue, the club’s president until last year, wife of Giuseppe Baresi – former Inter captain and assistant coach – and mother of Regina, forward and team captain. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]

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Last year, women’s Inter failed to get promotion from Serie B, ending the season in second place behind the Orobica, but had and , as confirmed by the rocket start of this year, he still has a well-structured and organized squad. What the club needed for the leap in quality is “behind the scenes”: Inter has reorganized the team starting with the appointment of Maria Ilaria Pasqui – a former footballer now a lawyer in civil and sports law – as head of development of the women’s sector and the staff has been improved with the arrival of new trainers.

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Another important victory !!! 15 out of 15. Congratulations to everyone, #InterWomen! To the team and the staff !!! Go on like this!! πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» πŸ’ͺ🏼πŸ’ͺ🏼πŸ’ͺπŸΌβš«οΈπŸ”΅βš«οΈπŸ”΅βš«οΈπŸ”΅βš«οΈπŸ”΅ #inter #amale #forzainter #passodopopasso @ sebastiandelafuente76 @inter

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In the women’s Serie B it was also possible because only Empoli, Lazio and Cittadella are affiliated with men’s clubs and the other teams are therefore still independent and therefore with extremely limited means and resources that make them uncompetitive. For women’s teams, associating with existing clubs, in addition to the undoubted sporting benefits, also serves to get closer to the public. Inter, for example, used to play their games in Sedriano, a small town about twenty kilometers from Milan. However, the last league games were played at the Suning Training Center in memory of Giacinto Facchetti between Niguarda and Bresso – where the Inter youth teams train – much closer to the center of Milan. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column] [ / vc_row]

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