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Inter Milan 2003/04 Home kit Small

Inter Milan 2003/04 Home kit Small

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This iconic kit is in excellent condtion. It was manufactured by Nike and the size is Small. The club is commonly referred to as "Inter" or "Internazionale," and its fans are known as "Nerazzurri," which translates to "black and blues" in Italian, reflecting the club's colors.

Inter Milan (Inter FC) had a relatively successful 2003/04 season, competing in various competitions. Here's a summary of their performance in key competitions during that season:

  1. Serie A (Italian League):

    • Inter Milan finished 4th in the Serie A standings for the 2003/04 season. They accumulated 59 points, behind AC Milan, Juventus and AS Roma.
  2. UEFA Champions League:

    • In the UEFA Champions League, Inter Milan finished 3rd in their Group with Arsenal, Dynamo Kyiv and Lokomotiv Moscow and they continued in the UEFA Cup.
  3. UEFA Cup: They reached the Quarter Finals where they lost to Marseille.                       
  4. Coppa Italia:

    • Inter Milan had a decent run in the Coppa Italia. They reached the semifinals but were eliminated by Lazio.

Some of the key players during that season included:

  1. Javier Zanetti: The long-serving Argentine defender and club captain, Zanetti was a stalwart in Inter's defense and provided leadership on the field.

  2. Christian Vieri: The Italian striker was a prolific goal-scorer for Inter Milan. He had a notable partnership with other forwards and was a crucial part of the team's attack.

  3. Adriano: The Brazilian striker had a breakthrough season, showcasing his goal-scoring prowess. Adriano's performances during this period earned him recognition as one of the top strikers in Serie A.

  4. Francesco Toldo: The experienced Italian goalkeeper played a vital role in Inter's campaign, providing stability at the back.

  5. Esteban Cambiasso: The Argentine midfielder was a key presence in the midfield, contributing defensively and occasionally getting involved in goal-scoring opportunities.

  6. Dejan Stanković: The Serbian midfielder played an important role in the team's midfield, contributing both defensively and offensively.

  7. Ivan Cordoba: The Colombian defender was a key part of Inter's backline, known for his defensive skills and versatility.

  8. Alvaro Recoba: The Uruguayan forward was known for his flair and skill on the ball. Recoba could be a creative force in the attacking third.

  9. Emre Belözoğlu: The Turkish midfielder added creativity to Inter's midfield during this time.                                                                                                                        
  10. Matias Almeida: Legendary Argentinian midfielder.                                                  
  11. Georgios Karagounis: A Euro 2004 champion and a Greek football myth.                   
  12. Fabio Cannavaro: The Italian center-back, known for his defensive prowess, contributed to Inter's backline during the 2003/04 campaign.                                    
  13. Mohammed Kallon: Kallon was known for his pace and goal-scoring ability, and he made contributions to Inter's attack during his time with the club. After that he joined AEK Athens.
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