When did CINEMA mastermind CINETTA leave Milan?
Today we’ll find out.
CINEMAS mastermind Cineta will have to retire from footballing life after only 13 games as he joins Inter Milan in Serie A. It’s the first time in his illustrious career that CINETA has not been at Milan.
“It is a sad day, I think, for all football lovers, but also for Cinetta, who for 13 years has played a crucial role in the growth of the Inter Milan team, especially with the achievements of his coach, Gianluigi Donnarumma,” said Antonio Conte.
“His contribution to the success of the team is an essential part of the Milan history.
The Milan fans deserve to be proud of Cineto.”
CINEROAS first stint in Serie B began in 1996 with a 2-1 win over Cagliari in the Super League.
Since then he has gone on to win four league titles, three Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia titles.
The 41-year-old won the Parma Cup, Coppa Sudamericana and the Italian Cup with Inter Milan.
His last season was 2006/07 when he helped the Rossoneri secure their first Serie B title.
“I will not be at Inter for long,” said Cinello, whose career has been marked by several managerial changes.
“The club is my dream job, and the last four years have been an incredible experience.
I will be leaving on good terms with the club.”
The Rossoneris are currently fourth in Serie C with a record of 22-10-5, and in sixth place in the table.
Cineroas last game at Milan was on May 15, 2018, when the Rossonara won 3-1 against Napoli.
Cinetera was in Milan as a scout and a special assistant to Conte from 2005 to 2009.
“Cineto has done an incredible job and we have missed him so much in our life, but now it’s time for me to leave Milan,” said Conte, who joined the Rossos as an assistant coach in 2009.
Cintra is one of the most influential figures in Italian football history, with his vision for football in Italy and the world.
The legendary tactician won four Serie A championships, five Coppa Italiana titles, a UEFA Cup, the Champions League and three Champions League finals with Inter.
The last time he was at Milan, in 2002, he had a spell in charge of the club, where he helped them to their first ever Serie A title.