Andrea Stramaccioni takes on Lazio tonight and will become the longest-running Inter Coach in the post-Jose Mourinho era.
The club has struggled to replace its Treble-winning tactician since his departure in 2010, but the former Primavera youth team boss has lasted longer than any of his peers.
This evening Stramaccioni sits on the bench for the 36th official game, more than anyone else who has followed Mourinho.
Claudio Ranieri managed a total 35 matches in charge before he was sacked to make way for Stramaccioni in March.
Leonardo is next in line with 32 appearances, while Rafael Benitez had a total of 25.
Gian Piero Gasperini started last season, but was only given five official outings before he was axed.