Inter Milan Squad 2019/2020 – Anytime I heard the word ‘Italy’, the image of delicious pasta and a pan of mouth-watering pizza automatically come to my mind. Yes, Italy cannot be separated from yummy cuisine, however, there are actually other things in Italy that can still catch our heart. One of them is football. Talking about football, Italy has a grade A football league, that is well known as Serie A Italy. Many top players in football ever play here. Now, we are going to see the journey of one of the Italian football clubs that is Inter Milan.
Inter Milan was found in 1908. It is a separation from its predecessor AC Milan due to a certain agreement about the foreign player. As the time goes by, Inter Milan players won their first Scudetto (title for Italian football champion). There was a fun factor a myth that Inter Milan would only win the league when the year ended at 0. Inter Milan successfully broke the spell when they added their list of achievements in 1938. Moreover, they also won the Scudetto again in 1940.
Inter Milan experienced a tough time in 1954-1964 when they passed almost a decade without a single trophy. For the first time, in 1991 Inter Milan won the UEFA Cup. It was the time when the team had a quartet of fatal weapon; that are Lothar Matthaus, Andreas Brehme, Jurgen Klinsmann, and Giuseppe Bergomi. They won the UEFA again in 1994 and 1998. However, the 1990s was another hard time for Inter Milan. It was the only decade when Inter Milan failed to win Serie A, and the almost being relegated to 1993-1994. If you want to know about Inter Milan Squad roster 2019/20, follow this table.
See too: Inter Milan Players Salaries
Inter Milan Roster Players 2019/20:
|Michele Di Gregorio||27/07/1997||Italy|
|6||Stefan de Vrij||05/02/1992||Netherlands|
|Rigoberto Rivas Vindel||31/07/1998||Honduras|
The above table is Inter Milan Roster players squad 2018/19, and they own their Scudetto again in 2005 by default after Juventus and Milan’s role in the Calciopoli scandal. Inter Milan resurrected in 2006-2007 when Roberto Mancini became the manager of the team. The positive trend continued by the next manager; Jose Mourinho.