Tottenham will have to wait for Sandro Ranieri

May 20, 2010 at 21:57 Leave a comment

Sandro Ranieri and Inter make it to the semis of the Libertadores

Midfielder Sandro Ranieri will be staying put for the time being after Internacional knocked holders Estudiantes out of the Libertadores on Thursday night. The Brazilians were trailing 2-0 away in Argentina and facing an exit from the competition until substitute Giuliano came on to score a vital goal with just minutes remaining in the game. Inter now face fellow Brazilians, São Paulo, in the semis. Look out for FootBrazil’s special on Ranieri, which will be in next week’s programme.


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