Moratti owned the Nerazzurri for 18 years from 1995 to 2013, managing the team as they won five Scudetti, four Coppa Italia, four Supercoppa Italiana, the Champions League, a FIFA Club World Cup title and a UEFA Cup. Despite this, the former Juventus director is still not impressed with his time in charge.
Discussing Moratti’s ownership of Inter to Libero, Moggi noted that ‘Moratti should take note on how to manage a winning reality. It would be opportune to make a comparison between the management of the past and the present to understand the reason of this rebirth of Inter.’
Moggi highlighted the former Inter owner’s various faults and mistakes, saying ‘And for this, it would be enough to remember that the Inter of Moratti’s time fired coaches like Lippi – who later became world champion – and Gasperini, who for some time now has been proving to be one of the best coaches in Italy.
‘And to top it off, he changed 25 coaches from 1994 to 2006 without ever adapting to their characteristics. However, it was clever to create a false passport to use a player, Recoba, from non-EU to EU.’ He concluded.
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