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History of Inter Milan, Coach, and the San Siro Stadium

History of Inter Milan, Coach, and the San Siro Stadium -

Football Club Internazionale Milano SpA which is better known as Inter Milan or who have Nerazurri il call (the blue-black), il Biscone (large serpent), and also La Beneamata (which dearest) is an Italian football club, blue-black striped shirts playing in Serie A (first division) since 1908.
Internazionale supporters called Interisti.

History of Inter Milan, Coach, and the San Siro Stadium in 2010 was the second best achievement for Inter in the history since its foundation.

Won five titles at a time (Serie A, Coppa Italia, UEFA Champions League, Supercoppa Italiana, and the FIFA Club World Cup). Inter played at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium and practice at Angelo Moratti Sports Centre (also known as La Pinetina) a training facility is 30 km in Appiano Gentile.

History of Inter Milan, Jose Mourinho, and the San Siro Stadium
The club was founded on March 9, 1908 following the breakup of Cricket and Football Club Milan (Milan Criket and Football Club), better known by the name of AC Milan.

A group made up of Italians and Swiss (Giorgio Muggiani, a painter who also designed the club logo, Bossard, Lana, Bertoloni, De Olma, Enrico Hintermann, Arturo Hintermann, Carlo Hintermann, Pietro Dell'Oro, Hugo and Hans Rietmann, Voelkel, Maner, Wipf, and Carlo Arduss) who do not really like going to the dominance of the English & Italian at AC Milan and they decided to break away from AC Milan. Internazionale name is taken from the desire of the founder-founders to create a club that consists of many players from foreign countries.

The club won the champion in 1910 and the second in 1920. The captain and the coach who brought Inter won the first Scudetto was Virgilio Fossati, who was killed in World War I.

In 1921, Inter was one team out of the FIGC and follow the league formed by the CCI (Confederazione Calcistica Italiana).

CCI is a rival organization FIGC (Federazione Italiana Giuoco Calcio) formed by teams that request a reduction plan for members of the Serie-A.

Inter are in Group B in the league. After only able to collect 11 points, Inter are in the lowest position of the final standings.

Only lasted one season because eventually disbanded CCI finally reached agreement with FIGC through a petition filed by the Director of the daily La Gazzetta dello Sport that is known by Emilio Colombo and Colombo Comprommeso petition.

The teams that competed in the league CCI also re-joining the FIGC, which resulted in the competition format and reconstructed by combining the teams that competed in the league CCI and Serie A FIGC accordance with points of agreement in the petition.

Because Inter are in the lowest position so that Inter should follow Spareggi phase (qualification round pen-degradation-an), and Inter managed to escape back to play in the competition after beating SC Serie A Italy-Milan 2-0 and 4-1 on aggregate Libertas Firenze ( 3-0 & 1-1) in the qualifying Spareggi.

During the war, Inter also had to change its name to Ambrosiana SS Milano during the era of fascism in Italy after joining the Milanese Unione Sportiva in 1928.

Even a year later was elected club president Oreste Simonotti a U.S. patent for the name Ambrosiana Inter in 1929, to adjust to the leadership of Benito Mussolini, and finally in 1931, the new president of the Inter Ferdinando Pozzani change it again to U.S. Ambrosiana-Inter. However, Inter can still win their third trophy in 1930.

Following that, the fourth trophy won in 1938. The first time Inter won the Copa Italia (Italian Cup) in 1940 led by Giuseppe Meazza, and in the same year they won their fifth trophy, although Meazza injury.

From 1942 until now, the name Ambrosiana-Inter was never used again and they use their original name, Internazionale Milano.

After the war, Inter won the Serie A title again in 1953 and the seventh in 1954. After winning several trophies this, Inter enter their golden era is called La Grande Inter. During their heyday, under the care of coach Helenio Herrera, Inter won three trophies in 1963, 1965, and 1966.

At this time, Inter are also famous for winning the European Cup twice in succession. In 1963, Inter won the European Cup after defeating their famous club Real Madrid.

The next season, playing in their own cages, Inter won the European Cup for the second time after defeating the Portuguese club, Benfica.

After a golden era in the 1960s, Inter managed to win the title of their eleventh time in 1971 and the twelfth time in 1980. In 1970 and 1980, Inter also won two Italian Cup trophies in 1978 and 1982. Inter won the scudetto title to thirteen times those in 1989 and takes very long to 17 years until they can win it again in 2006, but through other ways than usual or what they call the "Scudetto of Honesty" (champion of honesty), because they are not proven guilty in the scandal "Calciopoli" which involved dragging some big Italian clubs found guilty and received a penalty reduction was also stood down points for the champion title before.

Only in the next year or 2007 Inter managed to become champion, as well as incised record with 17 consecutive wins at local competitions.

Inter back into the defending champion in 2008.2009 and 2010. Inter also is the only team that has never been relegated from Serie A count of the roll, because it is in its national anthem, entitled C'e solo l'Inter (Inter there is only one) it is stated that Inter's Serie A and has a gene do not know any other series.

In the 2009-10 season, Inter Milan Juventus and Torino equal the record with Serie A champions won for 5 seasons in a row.

Internazionale won their UEFA Cup three times. First in the 1990/1991 season against AS Roma / In the 1993/1994 season, Inter won the UEFA Cup title by defeating Austrian club Casino Salzburg. In their UEFA Cup victory for the third time, Inter beat SS Lazio in the Parc des Princes, Paris.

New Inter won the Champions League again for the third time in the 2009-10 season by beating a German club, Bayern Munich in the Final, after the semifinal round earlier on a surprisingly beat Internazionale Spanish club Barcelona who was highly favored because of the 2008 season -09 won six titles in every event.

Inter became the first Italian team that won the treble winners after winning all the competitions in the 2009-10 season include Scudetto Italian League, Italian Cup and Champions League.

Colors and symbol

FCIM club emblem is the letter inside a circle, which was designed in 1908, the painter who designed the club logo that lasted till today is Giorgio Muggiani which is also the one who initiated the formation of Inter.
Inter synonymous with blue-black color. The black color represents the dark night and a portrait of a blue sky.

Inter had been a change when combined with the Milanese Unione Sportiva in 1928, namely their costumes turns white with a red cross on the chest, but after World War II ended, Inter returned to their original color.
Stadium
The team's current stadium is the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, located in the district of San Siro in Milan, with a capacity of 85,000 people. The stadium is also known as the San Siro this has a real name Calcistico Nuovo Stadio San Siro which was built starting on August 1, 1925 until 15 September 1926 by Piero Pirelli who was then serving as President of AC Milan with a fund of about 5 million lire. The stadium was officially opened on 19 September 1926 with a match between AC.Milan derby against Inter Milan, which is where the game was won by Inter Milan by a score of 6-3.

The stadium is shared with AC Milan, another big club in Milan. AC Milan supporters use the name "San Siro" to refer to the stadium, this is initially Stadium Home stadium for AC Milan, until in 1935 AC Milan went bankrupt and had to sell the stadium in Milan's city government.

Inter Milan later this stadium rent from the government of Milan in 1947, since then the stadium was used as a cage for Inter Milan and AC Milan. Long before the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Inter always use the Stadium Arena.

The name was chosen as the name of Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in 1980 to honor the legendary football player who brought Italy's World Cup in 1934 and 1938, and former Inter and Milan player.
Giuseppe Meazza is currently rated by UEFA, including in 23 stadiums in Europe who has a 5 star rating
Inter became the only club in Serie A that never go down to Serie B, Juventus had to come down because the club to Serie B in 2006/2007 season related to the case Calciopoli or match fixing.

And the main actor is Luciano Moggi has slyly CEO bribing the referees for Juventus and was having an affair with a party that has been set previously. The scandal in Italy called Calciopoli.

In 2009-10, Inter Milan became the only team in the Italian who won the treble winners [4] after winning three titles at once, namely: Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League was followed Quintuple [5] to win the Italian Super Cup and more FIFA Club World Cup in 2010.

According to the data and statistics, Inter sitting in 8th position as the most successful team in the world.
Coach
Since it was first established 57 coaches have coached Inter Milan, was the first coach Virgilio Fossati. The longest train coach Inter Milan is Helenio Herrera, he trained for 9 years (8 consecutive years), he was also until recently was the most successful coach in the history of Inter Milan, by bringing Inter scudetto won 3, 2 and 2 Champions Cup trophy Intercontinental.

José Mourinho is the second most successful coach in the history of Inter Milan, he had trained since 2 June 2008 to May 29, 2010. In his first season in Italy he brought Inter won the Serie A title and Italian Super Cup.

In the second season he brought Inter incised history as the first Italian club to win the Treble to win the title of Champion Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions Champions Champions League in season 2009-10.

Then in the 2010-11 season, Inter Milan, coached by Rafael Benítez, replacing José Mourinho, who moved to Real Madrid, in the era of coaching Benítez Inter won Supercoppa Italiana and success also became champions of FIFA Club World Cup, but in the arena of Inter's Serie A position that has always been A series champions since the era of Mancini and Mourinho, until mid-season have struggled to be positioned into the A-7 championship series, Leonardo de Araujo of the previous season, AC Milan's train eventually replace the position of Rafael Benítez to train Inter Milan at the end of December 2010.

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