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Moratti thinks punishing Icardi was “useless”.

After what happened yesterday, Icardi being stripped off the armband, the former Inter president Massimo Moratti took the side of the Argentinean striker by qualifying the move as a "useless thing to do".

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After what happened yesterday, Icardi being stripped off the armband, the former Inter president Massimo Moratti took the side of the Argentinean striker by qualifying the move as a “useless thing to do”.

“Do I long for Bergomi and Zanetti? I also found a great captain in Icardi,” he told Sport Mediaset.

“He’s always played with enthusiasm, sincerity and professionalism, so I have nothing to say.”

“It’s my fault, it’s his fault, it’s your fault… everything’s been made public, everything’s been put out in the open and that a isn’t good thing.”

“It seems like a useless thing to do midway through the season. I don’t know what advantages it can bring, given they can’t sell him and have objectives to achieve.”

“It’s a situation that takes the player away from the club and the club away from the player.”

“What would I do? I don’t know the conditions so I don’t understand the reasons why the decision was made.”

“There will be reasons and internal strategies, but I can’t get into them.”

A clear disapproval from the the chairman who brought Inter the historical treble.

Is Moratti right or is he just the type to avoid conflict?

Source: Calciomercato