1989–90 Inter Milan season

1989–90 season
ChairmanErnesto Pellegrini
ManagerGiovanni Trapattoni
Serie A3rd
Coppa ItaliaGroup stage
European CupRound of 32
Supercoppa ItalianaWinners
Top goalscorerLeague: Jürgen Klinsmann (13)
All: Klinsmann (15)
All statistics correct as of 29 April 1990.


The reigning champions of Internazionale changed his centre-forward, Ramón Díaz, with Jürgen Klinsmann: in German league, he had scored at least 15 goals for season since 1985.[1] In fact, he soon proved his skills scoring twice in Coppa Italia.[2][3] However, the long-awaited European campaign expired out in the first round[4]: Malmö, champions of Sweden, beaten Inter for 1–0 and then equalized 1–1 in Milan, defeating Trapattoni's side.[5][6]

Despite the conquest of domestic supercup[7], Internazionale was not able to solve the problem of partnership between Klinsmann and Aldo Serena: they also were not strong enough for Milan and Napoli, finishing the league with only a third place.[8]







  1. ^ Stefano Petrucci (2005). La storia dell'Inter (in Italian). L'Airone Editrice. p. 60.
  2. ^ Licia Granello (August 24, 1989). "L'Inter impara a soffrire Klinsmann fa spettacolo". la Repubblica (in Italian). p. 35.
  3. ^ Fulvio Bianchi (August 31, 1989). "L'Inter si sveglia ai supplementari". la Repubblica (in Italian). p. 26.
  4. ^ Gianni Mura (September 13, 1989). "Tanta voglia di contropiede". la Repubblica (in Italian). p. 37.
  5. ^ Gianni Mura (September 14, 1989). "È un'Inter irriconoscibile". la Repubblica (in Italian). p. 37.
  6. ^ Gianni Brera (September 28, 1989). "Fuori l'Inter meritatamente". la Repubblica (in Italian). p. 25.
  7. ^ Bruno Perucca (November 30, 1989). "Inter, una coppa per tirar su il morale". La Stampa (in Italian). p. 19.
  8. ^ Giorgio Barberis (April 30, 1990). "La vittoria più amara". La Stampa (in Italian). p. 6.


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