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Hiring Giuseppe Marotta after he was ousted by Juventus at the end of seven consecutive Serie A titles was a shock move for Inter. Adding former Bianconeri Coach Antonio Conte confirmed the Nerazzurri had decided if they couldn’t beat them, they’d hire’em, or at least the people who laid the foundations for the juggernaut we see today.

Under the ownership of the Moratti family, Inter saw success, Jose Mourinho’s Treble being the most obvious, along with the Giovanni Trapattoni years. Going all the way back to the Helenio Herrera and his Grande Inter side, there have been some incredible teams, but especially in recent years, they have been more dependent on a Coach, a group of players or circumstance, rather than through a continual plan.

The three Coaches mentioned above all won with Inter by having grit and determination, a solid defensive commitment and they were all strong characters. They relied on their talent upfront to often play with a freedom when in possession, but they also had to know their defensive responsibilities, so there certainly is a similarity between these three eras.

Despite this seemingly looking like an obvious DNA for the club, too often Inter opted for simply throwing money at the problem.

Massimo Moratti had been superb for Inter. The petroleum mag

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