Column: The ownership and leadership story behind Inter Milan once again challenging for the Serie A title

26 August 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Zhang Jindong and President of FC Internazionale, in the middle, look on before a Seria A at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milan. The arrival of the Chinese businessman led to major changes at the highest level at Inter Milan.

Big changes have been made at Inter Milan the last couple of years as the new management attempts to get the club's deficits under control.

Revenues are flying high - some of the tools behind this are well known in the industry, others are brand new.

The club's debt is worth mentioning, and the financial burden needs to be addressed.

The club's motto is changing from "Brothers of the world" to "Not for everyone!"

Brian Bødker kildebjerg27@gmail.com

The Italian Serie A kicked off yesterday. On the pitch, the Scudetto race looks more open than in recent years. One of the reasons for this is the progress of FC Internazionale Milano, or just Inter Milan, who have taken great steps off the pitch in terms of shifts in management.

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