Former Inter Milan Coach, Luigi Simoni, Dies At 81

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Former Inter Milan coach Luigi Simoni, who led the club to the UEFA Cup title in 1998, died in Pisa today at the age of 81 years.

Simoni, whose coaching career spanned four decades, never recovered after suffering from a stroke almost a year ago.

Inter Milan tweeted:

He was most remembered for his time with Inter Milan, joining along with Brazilian star Ronaldo in 1997, and lifting the UEFA Cup the following year after beating Lazio in the all-Italian finals.


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