Italian Media Highlight Inter’s Travel Difficulties Ahead Of Champions League Clash Against Sheriff


Inter will have to face an uphill journey as they face Sherif Tiraspol in the Champions League, far away in the Transnistria region of Champions League newcomers.

That’s according to today’s edition of Tuttosport based in Turin, which highlights potential problems the Nerazzurri face in their journeys to take on the Moldovan champions tomorrow.

Sharif is enjoying his first-ever Champions League participation, and despite representing the Moldovan first division in the competition, they actually hail from the city of Tiraspol in the breakaway independent state of Transnistria.

Due to the disputed situation in the area, which is not recognized by the United Nations, the team can deal with issues such as phones not working due to lack of agreements with international carriers, and the same applies to credit cards.

Moreover, the team will have to first arrive in the Moldovan capital Chisinau and then travel an hour and a half by bus to reach the city in preparation for the match.

Inter hope the trip goes smoothly and doesn’t cause any major disruption to their preparations for tomorrow’s mega Champions League match.


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