List of Inter Milan managers

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Inter Milan is an Italian association football club based in Milan, Lombardy. The club was formed on 9 March 1908 to allow the foreign playes to play in Italy.[1] Inter played its first competitive match on 10 January 1910 against their cross-town rivals Milan, in which they lost 3–2.[2] The club won its very first title in 1910 – the 1909–10 Italian Football Championship. Since then, the club has won further 17 league titles, along with seven Coppa Italia and five Supercoppa Italiana. They have also been crowned champions of Europe on three occasions by winning two European Cups back-to-back in 1964 and 1965 and then another in 2010. The club experienced the most successful period in their history from 2006 to 2010, in which it won five successive league titles, equaling the all-time record at that time,[3] by adding three Italian Cups, three Italian Supercups, one UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World Cup. During the 2009–10, Inter become the first and only Italian team to win the Treble and the second team to win five trophies in a calendar year.

Helenio Herrera and Roberto Mancini are the most successful managers. Helenio Herrera won three Serie A titles, two European Cups and two Intercontinental Cups. Herrera is also the club's longest-serving manager with nine seasons, eight of which consecutives. Roberto Mancini won three Serie A titles, two Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa Italiana.

List of managers[edit]

Giovanni Trapattoni won three trophies with Inter Milan.
Roberto Mancini won three consecutive Serie A title in 2006, 2007 and 2008.
José Mourinho, winner of the first Treble in Italian history in the season 2009–2010.
 
Name Nationality Years
Virgilio Fossati Italy 1909–1915
Nino Resegotti
Francesco Mauro
Italy 1919–1920
Bob Spottiswood England 1922–1924
Paolo Schiedler Italy 1924–1926
Árpád Weisz Hungary 1926–1928
József Viola Hungary 1928–1929
Árpád Weisz Hungary 1929–1931
István Tóth Hungary 1931–1932
Árpád Weisz Hungary 1932–1934
Gyula Feldmann Hungary 1934–1936
Albino Carraro Italy 1936
Armando Castellazzi Italy 1936–1938
Tony Cargnelli Austria 1938–1940
Giuseppe Peruchetti
|Italo Zamberletti
Italy 1940-1941
Ivo Fiorentini Italy 1941–1942
Giovanni Ferrari Italy 1942–1943
Carlo Carcano Italy 1945–1946
Nino Nutrizio Italy 1946
Giuseppe Meazza Italy 1947–1948
Carlo Carcano Italy 1948
Dai Astley Wales 1948
Giulio Cappelli Italy 1949–1950
Aldo Olivieri Italy 1950–1952
Alfredo Foni Italy 1952–1955
Aldo Campatelli Italy 1955
Giuseppe Meazza Italy 1955–1956
Annibale Frossi Italy 1956
Luigi Ferrero Italy 1957
Giuseppe Meazza Italy 1957
Jesse Carver England 1957–1958
Giuseppe Bigogno Italy 1958
Aldo Campatelli Italy 1959–1960
Camillo Achilli Italy 1960
Giulio Cappelli Italy 1960
Helenio Herrera Argentina 1960–1968
Alfredo Foni Italy 1968–1969
Heriberto Herrera Paraguay 1969–1971
Giovanni Invernizzi Italy 1971–1973
Enea Masiero Italy 1973
Helenio Herrera Argentina 1973
Enea Masiero Italy 1974
 
Name Nationality Years
Luis Suárez Spain 1974–1975
Giuseppe Chiappella Italy 1976–1977
Eugenio Bersellini Italy 1977–1982
Rino Marchesi Italy 1982–1983
Luigi Radice Italy 1983–1984
Ilario Castagner Italy 1984–1986
Mario Corso Italy 1986
Giovanni Trapattoni Italy 1986–1991
Corrado Orrico Italy 1991
Luis Suárez Spain 1992
Osvaldo Bagnoli Italy 1992–1994
Giampiero Marini Italy 1994
Ottavio Bianchi Italy 1994–1995
Luis Suárez Spain 1995
Roy Hodgson England 1995–1997
Luciano Castellini Italy 1997
Luigi Simoni Italy 1997–1998
Mircea Lucescu Romania 1998–1999
Luciano Castellini Italy 1999
Roy Hodgson England 1999
Marcello Lippi Italy 1999–2000
Marco Tardelli Italy 2000–2001
Héctor Cúper Argentina 2001–2003
Corrado Verdelli Italy 2003
Alberto Zaccheroni Italy 2003–2004
Roberto Mancini Italy 2004–2008
José Mourinho Portugal 2008–2010
Rafael Benítez Spain 2010
Leonardo Brazil 2010–2011
Gian Piero Gasperini Italy 2011
Claudio Ranieri Italy 2011–2012
Andrea Stramaccioni Italy 2012–2013
Walter Mazzarri Italy 2013–2014
Roberto Mancini Italy 2014–2016
Frank de Boer Netherlands 2016
Stefano Vecchi Italy 2016
Stefano Pioli Italy 2016–2017
Stefano Vecchi Italy 2017
Luciano Spalletti Italy 2017–

Statistics[edit]

Bold is the current manager

As of 1 July 2017
Name Nationality Seasons Matches Win Draw Lose Win %
Camillo Achilli  Italy 1 30 11 10 9 36.66%
Dai Astley  England 1 25 12 8 5 48.00%
Osvaldo Bagnoli  Italy 2 74 36 24 14 48.64%
Rafael Benítez  Spain 1 25 12 6 7 48.00%
Eugenio Bersellini  Italy 5 207 92 80 35 44.44%
Ottavio Bianchi  Italy 2 48 21 12 15 43.75%
Giuseppe Bigogno  Italy 1 27 16 6 5 59.25%
Aldo Campatelli  Italy 3 53 26 11 16 49.05%
Giulio Cappelli  Italy 3 59 35 14 10 59.32%
Carlo Carcano  Italy 3 74 31 16 27 41.89%
Tony Cargnelli  Austria 2 69 40 14 15 57.97%
Albino Carraro  Italy 1 21 13 5 3 61.90%
Jesse Carver  England 1 40 13 13 14 32.50%
Ilario Castagner  Italy 2 70 37 20 13 52.85%
Armando Castellazzi  Italy 2 72 33 23 16 45.83%
Luciano Castellini  Italy 2 6 2 2 2 33.33%
Giuseppe Chiappella  Italy 2 83 38 27 18 45.78%
Mario Corso  Italy 1 30 13 7 10 43.33%
Hector Cuper  Argentina 3 110 57 31 22 51.81%
Frank De Boer  Netherlands 1 14 5 2 7 35.71%
Gyula Feldmann  Hungary 2 59 28 20 11 47.45%
Giovanni Ferrari  Italy 1 31 15 4 12 48.38%
Luigi Ferrero  Italy 1 23 8 11 4 34.78%
Ivo Fiorentini  Italy 1 31 7 12 12 22.58%
Alfredo Foni  Italy 4 135 66 41 28 48.88%
Virgilio Fossati  Italy 6 110 69 9 32 62.72%
Annibale Frossi  Italy 1 23 8 11 4 34.78%
Gian Piero Gasperini  Italy 1 5 0 1 4 0.00%
Heriberto Herrera  Paraguay 2 56 27 15 14 48.21%
Helenio Herrera  Argentina 9 366 205 93 68 56.01%
Roy Hodgson  England 3 89 40 26 23 44.94%
Giovanni Invernizzi  Italy 3 100 54 26 20 54.00%
Leonardo  Brazil 1 32 22 3 7 68.75%
Marcello Lippi  Italy 2 50 25 11 14 50.00%
Mircea Lucescu  Romania 1 22 7 5 10 31.81%
Roberto Mancini  Italy 6 303 176 78 49 58.08%
Rino Marchesi  Italy 1 47 20 17 10 42.55%
Giampiero Marini  Italy 1 18 6 2 10 33.33%
Enea Masiero  Italy 2 32 15 9 8 46.87%
Francesco Mauro  Italy 1 23 17 5 1 73.91%
Walter Mazzarri  Italy 2 58 25 21 12 43.10%
Giuseppe Meazza  Italy 4 82 37 15 30 45.12%
José Mourinho  Portugal 2 108 68 25 15 62.96%
Nino Nutrizio  Italy 1 19 10 3 6 52.63%
Aldo Olivieri  Italy 2 76 48 13 15 63.15%
Corrado Orrico  Italy 1 23 8 11 4 34.78%
Giuseppe Peruchetti  Italy 1 31 14 7 10 45.16%
Stefano Pioli  Italy 1 27 14 3 10 51.85%
Luigi Radice  Italy 1 41 16 13 12 39.02%
Claudio Ranieri  Italy 1 35 17 5 13 48.57%
Nino Resegotti  Italy 1 23 17 5 1 73.91%
Paolo Schiedler  Italy 2 44 22 6 16 50.00%
Luigi Simoni  Italy 2 73 45 12 16 61.64%
Luciano Spalletti  Italy
Bob Spottiswood  England 2 47 21 11 15 44.68%
Andrea Stramaccioni  Italy 2 65 31 11 23 47.69%
Luis Suárez  Spain 3 76 31 24 21 40.78%
Marco Tardelli  Italy 1 40 15 13 12 37.50%
Istvan Toth  Hungary 1 34 15 8 11 44.11%
Giovanni Trapattoni  Italy 5 230 126 59 45 54.78%
Stefano Vecchi  Italy 1 5 3 0 2 60.00%
Corrado Verdelli  Italy 1 1 0 0 1 0.00%
József Viola  Hungary 1 25 12 3 10 48.00%
Árpád Weisz  Hungary 6 212 110 47 55 51.88%
Alberto Zaccheroni  Italy 1 43 18 14 11 41.86%
Italo Zamberletti  Italy 1 31 14 7 10 45.16%

Trophies[edit]

No. Name SA CI SCI UCL EL IC FCWC Total
1 Argentina Helenio Herrera 3 2 2 7
Italy Roberto Mancini 3 2 2
3 Portugal José Mourinho 2 1 1 1 5
4 Italy Eugenio Bersellini 1 2 3
Italy Giovanni Trapattoni 1 1 1
6 Austria Tony Cargnelli 1 1 2
Italy Alfredo Foni 2
Spain Rafael Benítez 1 1
9 Italy Armando Castellazzi 1 1
Italy Virgilio Fossati 1
Italy Giovanni Invernizzi 1
Brazil Leonardo 1
Italy Gianpiero Marini 1
Italy Francesco Mauro 1[4]
Italy Nino Resegotti 1[4]
Italy Luigi Simoni 1
Hungary Árpád Weisz 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Something special? Commemorative 105 patch". Inter.it. 10 March 2013. Archived from the original on 25 June 2017. Retrieved 25 June 2017. 
  2. ^ "La storia dell'Internazionale". www.enciclopediadelcalcio.it (in Italian). Archived from the original on 25 June 2017. Retrieved 25 June 2017. 
  3. ^ "18° Scudetto: tutti i record dell'Inter". Inter.it (in Italian). 17 May 2010. Archived from the original on 25 June 2017. Retrieved 25 June 2017. 
  4. ^ a b Shared title