Balde fights for the ball with Parma’s Riccardo Gagliolo and Bruno Alves at the San Siro stadium. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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Eight years have elapsed since Jose Mourinho's reign as Inter Milan coach ended on a historic high of Champions League glory, and the fallen Italian giants are still struggling to recapture that magic from Madrid. The Portuguese oversaw the most successful season in the club's history – a 2-0 win over Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabeu completed the first treble of Serie A, domestic Cup and Champions League in Italian history.Luciano Spalletti's side return to the Champions League for the first time since the 2011/12 season Tuesday when they host Tottenham at the San Siro.Inter, who finished fourth last season, had looked a serious rival to seven-time reigning champions Juventus with summer signings such as Radja Nainggolan, Matteo Politano, Sime Vrsjalko and Keita Balde.The headlines have been the same since Mourinho packed his bags for Real Madrid in 2010, with 11 coaches succeeding the current Manchester United manager in the Inter Milan hot seat.
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