Inter CEO Beppe Marotta has started to establish himself as a “serial winner” at the Nerazzurri, something that Juventus fans will certainly be familiar with from his time at the Biancocelesti.
This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who note that with the Supercoppa Italiana win on Wednesday Inter have now picked up four trophies since the executive arrived, seemingly picking up where he left off in Turin.
Whilst he was the General Manager of Sport at Juventus, Marotta guided the Bianconeri to seven Serie A title wins, four triumphs in the Coppa Italia, and three Supercoppa Italiana titles across nearly a decade.
Marotta’s departure from the Bianconeri in 2018 proved to be an important sea change in Italian football, and a key moment in Suning’s ownership of Inter, as the owners’ appointment of the executive heralded a new era of silverware.
The Serie A title in 2021, the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana last season, and the Supercoppa this time around with three trophies still to play for could well only be the beginning for Marotta at Inter.
The “serial winner” reputation makes clear why Juventus reportedly wanted the executive back as part of their new board of directors, whilst it could be something to give Inter hope for the future.