Former Inter player Benito Carbone spoke on his transfer to Inter in the summer of 1995 in an interview with bwin Sport’s Italian edition.
“It is a choice that I would not make again. It was Massimo Moratti’s first year in charge and shortly thereafter they would start buying strong players. I did not play in the position I wanted. I should have had a moment of patience, reasoning and maybe with Luigi Simoni I would have found myself well but it did not happen.
“Mistakes are made in ones career and maybe some think that I changed teams so often because I was the problem, but the truth is very different. For example, when I was at Napoli they had debts so I was sold. I made the biggest mistake of my career at Inter.”
46-year-old Carbone is now assistant manager to former Inter great Walter Zenga at Serie A side Crotone.