All time best Inter eleven

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Think about doing an all-decade team... that'd look pathetic actually, especially if you need at least 3-4 years into a decade to be part of it. Nagatomo would be a starter for example.
You need to split the 2000s into two to accommodate most great players and you can't even pick eleven from the current decade :(
 

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I'm a fan since 1994, so:
--------------------Pagliuca
Maicon---Bergomi---Samuel---J.Zanetti
---Stancovic---djorkaeff---Cambiasso
-----------------Recoba
---------Ronaldo----Milito
 

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From what I saw as an Inter fan from the 2000-10 decade

Cesar
Maicon-Lucio-Samuel-JZ
Motta-Cuchu-Deki
Ibra/Adriano-Milito-Eto'o

I'm too young to talk about before tbh






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FOUND AN ARTICLE ON FCINTER1908.IT
BEST INTER LINE UP CONSISTING OF HOME GROWN PLAYERS

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GK: duuuh Zenga of course
Walter Zenga, dal 1971 al 1978 nelle giovanili dell’Inter e poi in prima squadra dal 1982 al 1994.



RB:
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Giuseppe Baresi arrivò all’Inter in tenerà età, esordì nel 1977 e rimase in nerazzurro fino al 1992.
Mou's assistant in the good days...
CB PAIR:
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GIUESPPE BERGOMI"LO ZIO"
Beppe Bergomi: dal 1976 al 1979 nelle giovanili, dal 1979 al 1999 in prima squadra.
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FERRI THE OTHER CB
Riccardo Ferri: nelle giovanili dal 1977 al 1981, in prima squadra dal 1981 al 1994.
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Herrera's top find...G.Fachetti one of the best LB in the game ever,certainly of his era...at inter from 61-78

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Virgilio Fossati:second Inter's captain from 1908-15,died in WWI...
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Lele Orialli...the Nerazzurro legendary DM...loyal to Inter as we know...maybe with a comeback
Gabriele Oriali: dal 1966 al 1971 nelle giovanili, esordì nel 1970/71 e rimase in nerazzurro fino al 1983
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Gianfranco Bedin an Inter mf during 64-74

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One of the best Trequartista's of all time...played for Inter from 60-77 LGI but was brought to Inter in the early 1950's...no need to even name the famous mustache



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GIUESPPE MEAZZA the super star of the 30's in Italy...Inter's legendary youth player that dominated the Italian league for years to come...started at Inter at 14 years of age...from 1928-40 and ended his career at Inter in 46/47...his spell at BBilan is to forget...
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Roberto Boninsegna: was brought up in the 60 in Inter youth setups, was senior Inter member from 1969 to 1976.
 

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And then compare that to the modern home grown XI...

--------------------------Cordaz

Santon------Andreolli-----Bonucci-------Biraghi

-------Benassi-------Krhin--------Obi

-----------Balotelli----Destro---Meggiorini

:pokerface:
 

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Question, does handanovic make the best 11 or even the 25 man squad? Feel he should be due to his excellence during his time here but we have had so many great keepers
 

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Question, does handanovic make the best 11 or even the 25 man squad? Feel he should be due to his excellence during his time here but we have had so many great keepers

Zenga and Pagliuca are our best goalkeepers from recent times. No idea how the older ones fared but I guess some deserve recognition. Toldo and Julio Cesar were also great. Handanovic is top 5 in the last 40 years but that's easy because those are the only 5 ones worth mentioning (Peruzzi, Frey... meh). Hard to say because he was unlucky to be in a very bad situation and no Champions League. Can you really put him in the top 3 of this 40 year time span?
 

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And then compare that to the modern home grown XI...

--------------------------Cordaz

Santon------Andreolli-----Bonucci-------Biraghi

-------Benassi-------Krhin--------Obi

-----------Balotelli----Destro---Meggiorini

:pokerface:

My god, that's awful. Maybe Caldirola over Andreolli?
 

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FOUND AN ARTICLE ON FCINTER1908.IT
BEST INTER LINE UP CONSISTING OF HOME GROWN PLAYERS

Zenga-1024x683.jpg

GK: duuuh Zenga of course
Walter Zenga, dal 1971 al 1978 nelle giovanili dell’Inter e poi in prima squadra dal 1982 al 1994.



RB:
schermata-2018-01-23-alle-18-40-53.png

Giuseppe Baresi arrivò all’Inter in tenerà età, esordì nel 1977 e rimase in nerazzurro fino al 1992.
Mou's assistant in the good days...
CB PAIR:
%5E466AFA5E22BE1121C76C0C2CE0CAFF14182773D1BC7341D3FB%5Epimgpsh_fullsize_distr-1024x752.jpg

GIUESPPE BERGOMI"LO ZIO"
Beppe Bergomi: dal 1976 al 1979 nelle giovanili, dal 1979 al 1999 in prima squadra.
Ferri-Riccardo-co-ET.jpg

FERRI THE OTHER CB
Riccardo Ferri: nelle giovanili dal 1977 al 1981, in prima squadra dal 1981 al 1994.
Facchetti-4-maggio-1024x588.jpg

Herrera's top find...G.Fachetti one of the best LB in the game ever,certainly of his era...at inter from 61-78

fossati-virgilio-1024x683.jpg

Virgilio Fossati:second Inter's captain from 1908-15,died in WWI...
becca.jpg

Lele Orialli...the Nerazzurro legendary DM...loyal to Inter as we know...maybe with a comeback
Gabriele Oriali: dal 1966 al 1971 nelle giovanili, esordì nel 1970/71 e rimase in nerazzurro fino al 1983
bedin-inter-1024x662.jpg

Gianfranco Bedin an Inter mf during 64-74

Mazzola-2.jpg

One of the best Trequartista's of all time...played for Inter from 60-77 LGI but was brought to Inter in the early 1950's...no need to even name the famous mustache



giuseppe-meazza-inter_1n0wjp8mrb4kn14vixpfgmqzm5-1024x576.jpg

GIUESPPE MEAZZA the super star of the 30's in Italy...Inter's legendary youth player that dominated the Italian league for years to come...started at Inter at 14 years of age...from 1928-40 and ended his career at Inter in 46/47...his spell at BBilan is to forget...
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Roberto Boninsegna: was brought up in the 60 in Inter youth setups, was senior Inter member from 1969 to 1976.

I'm curious about fossati. I mean, how can they say how good was a player who died in 1915? No tv, probably no journalist watches many of the games he played, pre-world cup era. So it must all have been research work, based solely on newspapers reporting on just some of the matches he played. And probably no more than some lines for each of those matches, as at the very beginning of football I would guess it wasn't as popular. I'm not saying he doesn't deserve to be in that top 11, but it was really too remote of a time to judge a player I would guess

On the other hand, he certainly is an Inter legend, as .he was the captain of our first scudetto (plus de facto coach, as back then there was no coach so tactical matters pertained to the captain).
 

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Zenga<br />
Maicon   Samuel   Blanc  Facchetti<br />
Oriali   Cambiasso<br />
Zanetti   Mazzola   Matthäus<br />
Meazza
All: Herrera

Can't find a thread for best team ever not just including Inter players so I'll include my best ever here:

Southall<br />
R. Carlos   F. Baresi   Beckenbauer   Maldini<br />
Keane   Pirlo<br />
Zanetti   Zidane   Best<br />
Pele
All: Clough

And the best I've seen in the flesh:

Southall<br />
Maicon   Samuel   F. Cannavaro  Maldini<br />
Keane   Pirlo<br />
Zanetti   Zidane   Cantona<br />
Larsson

All: Clough
 

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What is your best Inter eleven for the last decade (2010-2020). Obviously most of the players should be from the treble team as then after the club went in huge hole for years.
I'd tried to insert more post treble player in mine but without great success :)

Handanovic
J.Zanetti - Samuel - Skriniar - Chivu
Brozovic - Cambiasso
Palacio - Sneijder - Eto'o
D.Milito​
 

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----Handa

Cancelo*Samuel*SDV*Telles

T.Motta*Rafinha*Cambiasso

Sensi

Milito*Etoo
 
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What is your best Inter eleven for the last decade (2010-2020). Obviously most of the players should be from the treble team as then after the club went in huge hole for years.
I'd tried to insert more post treble player in mine but without great success :)

Handanovic
J.Zanetti - Samuel - Skriniar - Chivu
Brozovic - Cambiasso
Palacio - Sneijder - Eto'o
D.Milito​

The best i could come up with no treble players while trying to include players from multiple seasons.

Handanovic
Cancelo - Skriniar - De Vrij - Telles
Barella - Brozovic - Kovacic
Palacio - Icardi - Perisic​
 

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Barella has like 12 games in that decade :D
 

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