Former Inter winger Jonathan Biabiany has revealed he will always have an affiliation to Inter and that the best moment of his football career came whilst on the Nerazzurri’s books.
“I have had three spells with Inter in my career. Inter were the club who brought me to Italy and I will always have an affiliation to Inter,” he explained in an Instagram live chat with Italian news outlet CalcioMercato.com earlier on today.
“The goal I scored for Inter in the Club World Cup final was the best moment of the my career. I had many extraordinary teammates at Inter and I think of Javier Zanetti in particular, he was a leader. I can only speak well of Inter.”
The Frenchman, who is currently on the book of Serie B outfit Trapani, then recalled the time when he found out he had an issue with his heart, which came during a medical with Inter’s cross city rivals AC Milan.
“I remember the day well, it was August 31 2014. The day before I had played a game and then the next day I went to Milan to do my medical. An agreement had already been reached and I had already taken photos with the shirt and the scarf.
“Then the world fell on me when it was found out that I had cardiac arrhythmia. I feared for my career, I thought I had to stop playing but the doctors reassured me and although it took time I came back.
“Do I regret not getting to join AC Milan? I have no regrets about my career. I believe in God and if I did not go to AC Milan it was right.”
He then spoke on his infamous comment he made recently that Frank de Boer was the worst manager in Inter’s rich history.
“I simply answered a reporters question. I was asked if the Dutchman could be considered the worst coach in Inter’s history and I answered yes. I think he is. He turned so many people against him. Relationships in football are fundamental.”
The now 32-year-old made a total of 50 appearances during his multiple spells with Inter in which he scored two goals and provided seven assists. As well as winning the Club World Cup in 2010, he also won a single Coppa Italia with Inter.