When it comes to professional football, there are a lot of people that play an important part in the process that have nothing to do with playing the game itself. Their jobs include building teams, developing strategies, training the players and participating, in one way or the other, in the matches themselves. This is why the technical staff of Inter FC is considered to be a vital part of the team. The staff consists of 21 people, but some of them are more important than the others. Then there are the investors and the financial team. Among all those people, we are going to mention only the top three.
Massimo Moratti is the former Intern President. He become president after Ernesto Pellegrini in 1995, after several years of complete disappointing. During his 18 years of leadership, Inter has won five italian titles (scudetto) in a row, from 2006 to 2010, four national cup (Coppa Italia), four Supercoppa Italiana, one UEFA Cup, one UEFA Champions League and one FIFA Club World. During 2010 Inter won the “triplete”, which means Scudetto, Coppa Italia and Champions League won in one single season, becoming the first Italian team that was able to achieve this amazing result.
Being the head coach of Inter FC, Mancini is probably the most important person on this list. During his early years, he too was a football player, and is best known for the time spent at Sampdoria as a deep-lying forward. Mancini was given his first role as a manager when he was only 35 years old. He has managed many different teams, including Lazio, Manchester City and Galatasaray. He was the coach of Inter FC from 2004 to 2008, and has been awarded the same position again in 2104. Today he takes decisions about tactics, physical trainings and team building activities.
As the vice coach, Nuciari is the second most important person in Inter FC. He started his football career as a goalkeeper with Montevarchi, after which he signed a contract with A.C. Milan. Soon after retirement, he got his coaching license and started managing teams. In 2003, he became the goalkeeping coach for Lazio, where he worked under Mancini, who played with him at Sampdoria. In 2004, after Mancini left the team and became the head coach of Inter FC, Nuciari followed him and earned the position of vice coach.
Apart from being the CEO of Pirelli, the company that manufactures F1 tyres, Tronchetti Provera is also the powerbroker for Inter FC. He plays a vital role in the process of building the team, that is, in the process of choosing which football players are going to be playing for the team. By doing this, he exerts a significant influence on the performance of Inter FC. To know more about him, read the Marco Tronchetti Provera biography.