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2006–07 Inter Milan season

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Head coach  Roberto Mancini
Serie A  1st
Supercoppa Italiana  Winners
Stadium  San Siro
Coppa Italia  Runners-up
President  Giacinto Facchetti (until 4 September 2006) Massimo Moratti (from 4 September 2006)

Season summary

The relegation of Juventus in Serie B, added to Milan and Fiorentina's penalisations, made Inter a clear favourite for the title: the side was empowered with the arrivals of Zlatan Ibrahimović, Patrick Vieira, Fabio Grosso and Maicon. In early September, the club suffered a tragedy: his president Giacinto Facchetti died at the age of 64, due to a cancer.

Contents

2006–07 league was signed by records: Inter won 17 games in row for an achievement still unbeaten. En other, it got 11 wins in away matches and obtained the title with 5 games left to play. The side ended with 97 points, 22 over Roma which came second: in 38 matches Inter collected 30 wins, 7 draws and just one defeat (the first in Serie A since April 2006).

First-team squad

Squad at end of season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Left club during season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Reserve squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

Left club during season

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

In

  • Fabio Grosso - Palermo, €5,000,000, 6 July
  • Maicon - Monaco, £4,800,000, 7 July
  • Olivier Dacourt - Roma, free transfer, 7 July
  • Maxwell - Ajax, free transfer, 7 July
  • Patrick Vieira - Juventus, €9,500,000, 2 August
  • Zlatan Ibrahimović - Juventus, €24,800,000, 10 August
  • Attila Filkor - Pietà Hotspurs, €90,000, 25 August
  • Ibrahim Maaroufi - PSV
  • César - Lazio
  • Luca Siligardi - Dorando Pietri
  • Ignazio Cocchiere - Legnano
  • Sebastián Ribas - Juventud
  • Gianluca Litteri - Giarre
  • Loan in

  • Hernán Crespo - Chelsea, two seasons-long loan, 7 August
  • Mariano González - Palermo, season-long loan
  • Mario Balotelli - Lumezzane, season-long loan
  • Giuseppe Figliomeni - Crotone
  • Out

  • Guilherme Siqueira - Udinese, €750,000, 11 August
  • Obafemi Martins - Newcastle United, €15,000,000, 24 August
  • Siniša Mihajlović - retired
  • Zé Maria - released (later joined Levante)
  • Giuseppe Favalli - released (later joined Milan)
  • Kily González - released (later joined Rosario Central)
  • Pierre Womé - Werder Bremen
  • David Pizarro - Roma
  • Loan out

  • César - Corinthians
  • Francesco Coco - Torino
  • César - Livorno, 25 January
  • Serie A

  • Zlatan Ibrahimović – 15
  • Hernán Crespo – 14
  • Marco Materazzi – 10
  • Julio Cruz – 7
  • Dejan Stanković – 6
  • References

    2006–07 Inter Milan season Wikipedia


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