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Fabio
19 Aug 05, 20:37
Tell us all your curious facts about Inter that we might not know...

Fabio :hat:

Fabio
19 Aug 05, 20:50
I will start off with these:

Did you know

- Giuseppe Meazza died on the 21st of August 1979, 2 days before his 69th birthday.

Did you know?

- Between 1963 and 1965 (the so called Catenaccio years) Inter scored 178 goals.

Did you know?

- Helenio Herrera played for clubs in Morocco and France.

Did you know?

- Inter have the top two scoring partnerships in the history of Serie A. In first are Nyers and Wilkes who between them scored 54 goals in the 1950/1951 season. Second is Angelillo and Firmani who scored 54 goals during the 1958/1959 season. The Nerazzurri also have another pair in that list, in 6th are the 1948/1949 pair of Nyers and Amadei who scored 48 goals between them.

Did you know?

- Inter have had 10 capocannoniere's in their history.

Fabio :drool:

Frisko
19 Aug 05, 22:55
Did you know?

In 1998 Youri Djorkaeff was injured and went to see a derby from the Curva Nord?

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/frisko/FI%20Forums/409bde73.jpg

Khalifa
19 Aug 05, 23:01
Did you know?

In 1998 Youri Djorkaeff was injured and went to see a derby from the Curva Nord?

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/frisko/FI%20Forums/409bde73.jpg

NOW THATS FUCKING GANGSTA!!!!! I admire that!

brehme1989
20 Aug 05, 00:18
What's "capocannoniere"?

snake
20 Aug 05, 00:29
What's "capocannoniere"?

the top scorer of a league.

brehme1989
20 Aug 05, 00:44
And we had only 10?? Does that mean, 10 times or 10 different players?

NeRanZurri
20 Aug 05, 00:49
Did you know?

In 1998 Youri Djorkaeff was injured and went to see a derby from the Curva Nord?

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/frisko/FI%20Forums/409bde73.jpg
THAT IS GREAT ! i admire that kind of acts.

Enricos
20 Aug 05, 10:45
Did you know?

The original nickname of the team in the Milano dialect was "La Beneamata", the well-loved.

interista
20 Aug 05, 13:49
Did you know?

In 1998 Youri Djorkaeff was injured and went to see a derby from the Curva Nord?

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/frisko/FI%20Forums/409bde73.jpg


ohhhh u are in my heart forever :heart:

J zanetti
01 Sep 05, 17:24
The most unlikely football bet to come off

Back in January, Internazionale trailed Sampdoria 2-0 with two minutes left of their Serie A clash. "With maximum odds of 1000 against (the equivalent of 999-1) available, the price was snapped up by a Berkshire man," says Betfair spokesman, Tony Calvin. "Then Obafami Martins scored in the 88th minute, before Christian Vieri and Alvaro Recoba won the game for Inter in injury-time. The punter had scooped almost a grand for his £1 staked. Our previous high was 'only' a winning bet at 550 (549-1) on the draw, when a Cameroon side came back from 5-0 down to finish 5-5 against Portugal at the U17 World Championships in 2003."

Stefan
01 Sep 05, 20:06
Youri is 1 of us. Has always been and will always be. :proud:

Ari
06 Sep 05, 19:57
Magnificent Youri! :eek: :proud:

Fabio
23 Sep 05, 14:24
Did you know:

- Dino Zoff was scouted by Giuseppe Meazza and spent several seasons owned by Inter out on loan, however he was not rated by us and we all know what happened next...

Fabio :(

catanha
24 Sep 05, 01:09
Did you know:

- Dino Zoff was scouted by Giuseppe Meazza and spent several seasons owned by Inter out on loan, however he was not rated by us and we all know what happened next...

Fabio :(

Likewise Franco Baresi.... :redface:

Hammoudi
24 Sep 05, 04:27
Look at the bright side of it, he has no connection with us now. This guy makes Capello look look hip and cool, boring as a player, and as a coach, not to mention he is defensive to the core.

intermilansg
25 Sep 05, 08:06
Likewise Franco Baresi.... :redface:

Did you know his brother Guiseppe played for Inter and is now part of the back room staff? :P

primo-inter
25 Sep 05, 12:48
The Baresi story, from a mutual view, is really heart-warming. I know we're all inter fans and it sucks for us but look at it from a human perspective.

Franco and Giuseppe were raised in an orphanage if I'm not wrong, after their parents died when they were little. They both supported inter but when Franco was seen as 'useless' he went to Milan and became a legend.

It just shows, no matter what you go through you can still pull through and do amazing things. Franco went from a hard childhood to being rejected by the club he loved, to becoming a legend for his childhood club's main rivals.

Fabio
25 Sep 05, 13:14
Wow, I never knew that. It's an amazing story though!

Fabio :eek:

catanha
26 Sep 05, 00:24
The Baresi story, from a mutual view, is really heart-warming. I know we're all inter fans and it sucks for us but look at it from a human perspective.

Franco and Giuseppe were raised in an orphanage if I'm not wrong, after their parents died when they were little. They both supported inter but when Franco was seen as 'useless' he went to Milan and became a legend.

It just shows, no matter what you go through you can still pull through and do amazing things. Franco went from a hard childhood to being rejected by the club he loved, to becoming a legend for his childhood club's main rivals.

I thought they were adopted and lived with that family until they grew up. I may be wrong though. Because I remember a famous Giuseppe story where they were having dinner with their parents etc

Bart
29 Sep 05, 19:15
Did you know that...

-on 26.12.1920 five Cevenini brothers played together for Inter in Inter 2-1 US Milanese

-the day before Foggia 3-2 Inter, the Nerazzurri delegation visited San Giovanni Rotondo, where Padre Pio predicted Foggia's win and scudetto for Inter at the end of the season. Both predictions became true.

Bergpavian
08 Jun 12, 18:09
Did you know that Inter had 1 top scorer in the European Cup, 2 in the UEFA Cup, 1 in the Cup Winners' Cup, 12 in the Serie A and 8 in the Coppa Italia?

European Cup (1)
1964 Sandro Mazzola (7 Goals)

UEFA Cup (2)
1994 Dennis Bergkamp (8 Goals)
1997 Maurizio Ganz (8 Goals)

Cup Winners' Cup (1)
1979 Alessandro Altobelli (7 Goals)

Serie A (12)
1927 Anton Powolny (22 Goals)
1930 Giuseppe Meazza (31 Goals)
1936 Giuseppe Meazza (25 Goals)
1938 Giuseppe Meazza (20 Goals)
1949 István Nyers (26 Goals)
1959 Antonio Angelillo (33 Goals)
1965 Sandro Mazzola (17 Goals)
1971 Roberto Boninsegna (24 Goals)
1972 Roberto Boninsegna (22 Goals)
1989 Aldo Serena (22 Goals)
2003 Christian Vieri (24 Goals)
2009 Zlatan Ibrahimović (25 Goals)

Coppa Italia (8)
1959 Eddie Firmani (8 Goals)
1972 Roberto Boninsegna (8 Goals)
1982 Alessandro Altobelli (9 Goals)
2007 Hernán Crespo & Nicolás Burdisso (4 Goals)
2008 Julio Ricardo Cruz & Mario Balotelli (4 Goals)
2011 Samuel Eto’o (5 Goals)

Opeum
09 Jun 12, 00:06
Did you know?

In 1998 Youri Djorkaeff was injured and went to see a derby from the Curva Nord?

http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y7/frisko/FI%20Forums/409bde73.jpg

1998? I thought it was a few years back? Or he did that a lot of times? Hehe :D

Bergpavian
13 Jul 12, 10:51
Did you know that Inter loaned three players to Milan while they played in the Serie B in the season 1982/83.

The reason: At this time Milan wasn't able to build a competitive squad by itself.

(Aldo Serena was one of that players.)

Bergpavian
05 Aug 12, 12:54
Did you know ...

... that Goran "The Great" Pandev is the first and only player that was able to win the Coppa Italia four times in a row. ;)

2009: Lazio
2010: Inter
2011: Inter
2012: Napoli

:trollol: