Former Juventus director general Luciano Moggi believes that Inter’s domination of Italian football is simply the consequence of Calciopoli.
The 2006 scandal saw Juve demoted to Serie B, whilst other clubs, including Milan and Fiorentina, were hit by points deductions, and Inter have been crowned Serie A champions annually since then.
“Inter are the least bad side in a dreadful league,” Moggi roared on Gold Sport.
“After all, the big name coaches and stars have moved abroad.”
Inter scraped past Serie A's basement side Siena 4-3 at home on Saturday thanks to late goals from Wesley Sneijder and Walter Samuel, and Moggi took a side-swipe at Beneamata boss Jose Mourinho.
“The Portuguese is very lucky,” he said.
“He is nothing more than an amateur, a fish out of water on the bench, just like his president [Massimo Moratti].
“Mourinho is much better at handling public relations.”
Vince Masiello, Goal.com