No, we did not open up a hospital.
Just a random thread, to make a list and talk about all the players that spent their time at Inter being injured in the majority of time, or at least been very injury prone.
Ronaldo- Injured seriously twice, losing around 3 years of football. Most of us probably know the story during his stay here.
Recoba- He spent most of his career with the Inter physios rather than coaches and teammates. Says a lot
Kanu- He suffered from a heart condition and we sent him to a hospital in the USA for a whole year I think. After he regained his health, we sold him to Arsenal where he regained his form.
Fadiga- Similar to Kanu, though this transfer was unjustified, he never had the chance to play for Inter, and didnt do anything in the future either.
Coco- Exchanged him with Clarence Seedorf, from Milan. At the time it seemed a good choice, but in the long run it proves a major mistake. He was one of Italy's best left backs, but got injured in style and never made it back, not even after two years of therapy.
We spent a lot of money on those players, still paying their wages, plus their treatments. And I remember in the early 2000's, we always had a large squad, and it was rare if you saw Inter have 20 players available at matchday!