Italian Serie A: 5 Players Who Are Integral to Inter Milan's Success

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Italian Serie A: 5 Players Who Are Integral to Inter Milan's Success
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Since securing the highly coveted treble and losing manager Jose Mourinho to Real Madrid in the summer of 2010, Inter Milan has looked like a shell of their former selves.

Under The Special One, the veteran club displayed a seemingly unmatched level of discipline, a steadfast ironclad defense, well-complemented by a tenacious counter-attack; but no more.

The Nerazzurri are featuring their fourth coach in less than two years and are well on their way to their fifth, as The Tinkerman, Claudio Ranieri, has failed to consistently impress despite engineering an impressive eight-game run not too long ago.

A series of transfer blunders that has seen the more effective players move on—Samuel Eto’o and Thiago Motta—and useless wage-collecting bodies added to the squad—Diego Forlan and Mauro Zarate—have set the once proud club back substantially.

In the face of Serie A’s reemergence as the most talented and competitive league in the world, Inter’s chances for success aren't too promising, but the Italian giants do possess talented players to change their fortunes come the 2012-2013 campaign.

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