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Christian “Bobo” Vieri
Vieri had a storied career with Inter Milan between 1999 and 2005. Over the course of his Inter career, Vieri had 123 goals in 190 appearances. He was the leading scorer in Serie A in the 2002-03 season, scoring 24 goals. He was also Footballer of the Year for Italy in 1999.
Of course, Vieri played one season with Juventus before joining Inter. He was part of the Italian Cup champion, UEFA Super Cup champion teams in 1996 and 1997.
Baggio’s best playing days were for the Old Lady as he scored 108 goals in his 194 appearances from 1991 to 1995. He won the Ballon D’Or in 1993 along with being voted the Best Player in Europe.
Additionally, with Juventus Baggio won the Italian Championship in 1995 and the Italian Cup.
He made just 59 appearances for the Nerazzurri from 1998 to 2000, scoring 16 goals.
While Pirlo played a bulk of his career with AC Milan, he also played for both Juventus and Inter Milan.
He had 38 appearances with the Nerazzurri from 1998 to 1999 and again from 2000 to 2001. During his time at Inter, Pirlo was also loaned out to Brescia – where he started his career – and to Reggina.
With Juventus, he won four Scudettos from 2011 to 2015 and the Italian Cup in 2015. He was also part of Italy’s 2006 World Cup champion side.
Pirlo joined MLS side NYCFC in 2015 and retired from football in 2018.
Tardelli played 10 seasons with Juventus from 1975 to 1985 after joining from Como. He notched 41 goals in 311 matches with the Old Lady during that span.
He won five Scudettos, a UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup and European Champion Club Cup – all with Juventus.
He was also a part of Italy’s 1982 World Cup team.
Tardelli joined Inter Milan in the 1985-86 season and played just two campaigns with the Nerazzurri. During that time, he scored eight goals in 66 appearances.
The Irishman played more games for the Nerazzurri (97) than he did for Juventus (97). He joined Juventus from Arsenal in 1980 – after winning the Premier League title in 1979 -- where he scored 13 goals over the course of his time in Turin.
He was a part of Juventus’ back-to-back Scudetto teams from 1980/81 and 1981/82.
He joined Inter Milan from Sampdoria in 1984 and had the best part of his career at the San Siro.
While with Inter, Brady had 16 goals in all of his appearances in midfield for Inter Milan.
That is just a few. Here are others, thanks to Juventus’ website: Alessandro Altobelli, Pietro Anastasi, Roberto Boninsegna, Leonardo Bonucci, Tarcisio Burgnich, Fabio Cannavaro, Fabian Carini, Luigi Cevenini, Edgar Davids, Luigi De Agostini, Pietro Fanna, Sergio Gori, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Vladimir Jugović, Lúcio, Giuseppe Meazza, Felipe Melo, Angelo Peruzzi, Giuliano Sarti, Salvatore Schillaci, Aldo Serena, Paulo Sousa and Patrick Vieira.
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