Nicola Berti is an Italian former footballer who played as a midfielder. Born on April 14, 1967, in Veneto, Italy, Berti began his professional career at Como in 1985 before moving to Inter Milan in 1988.
At Inter Milan, Berti quickly established himself as a key player in the team, helping them win the UEFA Cup in 1991 and 1994. He was known for his tireless work rate and his ability to cover every inch of the pitch, making him an invaluable asset to the team.
Berti's success at Inter Milan saw him become a regular in the Italy national team, making his debut in 1991 and going on to play in the 1994 World Cup. He also represented Italy at Euro 1996, where he scored the winning goal in the quarterfinal against Germany.
After leaving Inter Milan in 1998, Berti had stints at several other clubs, including Tottenham Hotspur and Perugia, before retiring from professional football in 2003.
Berti was a versatile player who could play in a variety of positions, including central midfield and on the wings. He was known for his aggressive tackling and his ability to win the ball back quickly, as well as his skill on the ball and his passing ability.
Despite his success at Inter Milan and for the Italy national team, Berti's career was also marred by injuries, which limited his playing time and prevented him from reaching his full potential. However, his contributions to both club and country will be remembered by fans of Italian football for years to come.
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|Date of Birth:||14th April 1967|
|Career:||1982 to 2002|
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