Interviewed by Dazn, former Inter striker Bobo Vieri talked about his career and the battles made on the football fields. The former bomber also returned on a bad day for the Inter fans: The challenge before which you could not wait to wear gloves? "All the matches were battles, so we always wanted the gloves. One in particular I don't have at this moment, but we did so many battles. I didn't use gloves, but elbows." Have you ever thought about throwing in your career? "No, playing football is nice. Win and lose, it's part of the game. It's a job that everyone wants to do, it's good, it's followed. You're ahead of 80,000 and there's no reason to throw in the towel, never ". The KO that hurt you most in your career? "Probably May 5. When we lost the scudetto to the last day, I think it's the strongest blow". A coach's speech at the corner that impressed you? "All the coaches are good, they give you a great hand. Then, years after year, you become friends, but it always depends on you. You have to pull yourself up." The one-two best of your career? "Stella and Cocò". Have you ever hoped the bell rang to save you from a difficult situation? "No, it is the best job in the world. I would go back and do everything from the beginning"
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