The decline of Inter Milan
What happens to Inter?. The 22 May 2010, Inter Milan Jose Mourinho's Champions League champion proclaimed that season. That evening at the Santiago Bernabeu, Inter knocked down the giant Bayern Munich and added that it was his third Champions. Mourinho that Inter won that season's league and cup doing a magic trick. That 22 May 2010, Inter Milan was the best team in the world practically.
Maybe fate would, the end of that season seemed to stop and watch the Portuguese coach interistas. Output to the Real Madrid coach plunged into a kind of decadence both sides, a club and coach. The trajectory of Mou at Real Madrid is well known.
Three seasons later and preseason, Inter seems to be plunged into a black hole, what it was what is now, It is a world. Inter has had five different technicians over recent seasons, the sixth this new stage begins with results in the least disturbing preseason.
Rafa Benitez was hired to replace Mourinho and ended up fired. Former player Leonardo rival, Milan, He managed to raise the situation a bit but left the PSG to perform the duties of athletic director at the French team. Gian Piero Gasperini and Claudio Ranieri went through more pain than glory with a team that got to touch the relegation from close. Andrea Stramaccioni stage ended one of the worst seasons in history of the club and the team out of European competitions, certainly he had touched bottom.
Inter are one of the clubs with most fans in Italy. Three Champions and numerous titles is one of the greats of world football. Stay out of international competitions is a real mess for a set that also manages stratospheric budgets.
Insignias off players during that season and serious injuries of important players like Diego Milito and Javier Zanetti have influenced much in the path of interista dive team. further, the level of contracted players has gradually fallen to go significantly lowering the quality of the workforce. Enough to have players of dubious club level for such palmares.
Next season does not bode well for now
The arrival of former Napoli, Walter Mazarri, is unlikely to remedy the situation. With a workforce virtually no Italian and Argentine players loaded with players and other nationalities, Inter have lost their duels against all the big teams that has played and has been thrashed by four to zero Valencia and Real Madrid during the preseason leaving sensations that are nothing good. Not good times for the Italian giants also face a season away from the main stages in Europe. The season has not started yet but, Is reemerge Inter?, That only time will tell.