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Who do you (realistically) want to coach Inter next season?


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has Mourinho been any good after the 1st season at Real after he left us? You guys are talking about Porto/Chelsea Mourinho...... like he is Klopp or something who hopefully gets fired and we snag :)

You guys you mean by who guys?

Mourinho is done.
 

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People that adore Conte dont wonna Simeone here lol
Simeone is basicaly Conte on steroids, plus he is interista. Cholo would make us again the team that would be feared in CL. If you wanna results bring Cholo.
 

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People that adore Conte dont wonna Simeone here lol
Simeone is basicaly Conte on steroids, plus he is interista. Cholo would make us again the team that would be feared in CL. If you wanna results bring Cholo.

I don't know I feel Atletico has had a better roster than us for years and he hasn't been able to do much with it. Super over rated if you ask me.
 

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Let's all see what happens the rest of this season. A new manager might not be needed.
 

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I used to admire Simeone until he failed to contend for another title. He did an extraordinary job to disrupt Barca-Madrid's dominance and it was a shame he failed to win UCL thanks to Madrid's UCL black magic. However, he fails to justify his wage afterwards. He doesn't challenge for the title even when the management supports him with big transfers and Barca-Madrid are not as strong. The worst is he fails to qualify from UCL group stage while Inzaghi passes the group of death with Correa, Mkhi, and Acerbi.
 

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Italiano is the man. Give him the pieces and he'll deliver. If we are moving away from 3-5-2 (which we should at the end of the season if things continue like they have), let's get him. If he still had a striker like vlahovic they'd be much much higher than they are.
 

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Italiano is the man. Give him the pieces and he'll deliver. If we are moving away from 3-5-2 (which we should at the end of the season if things continue like they have), let's get him. If he still had a striker like vlahovic they'd be much much higher than they are.
Would rather give the current one more of a chance tbh.
 

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Italiano has as much if not more defensive issues then limone. No thanx.
He wouldn't be my first choice either, but who can we realistically afford? We aren't going to get sarri. If we ditch 3-5-2 which after inzaghi we should or els sit means someone like juric, I'd be happy for italiano. Alternatives, de zerbi if he continues to do well at Brighton? Motta if he keeps doing well with bologna?

If we lose vs Milan, Roma, Lazio, Napoli and juve again inzaghi will be gone. Need to have a replacement in mind just incase.

We are also coming up to our absolute worst period of play for the last what, 6/7years (minus one conte season). This could get ugly.
 

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Italiano is the man. Give him the pieces and he'll deliver. If we are moving away from 3-5-2 (which we should at the end of the season if things continue like they have), let's get him. If he still had a striker like vlahovic they'd be much much higher than they are.
Funny that Onana features in the worst shot stoppers list but Handanovic doesn't. Funny ha-ha, not funny weird.

I know most of this is based on shitty parameters but still ironic.\

Interesting to see Udinese's Beto there. I like him, would definitely want us to get him for the striker rotation.
 

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He wouldn't be my first choice either, but who can we realistically afford? We aren't going to get sarri. If we ditch 3-5-2 which after inzaghi we should or els sit means someone like juric, I'd be happy for italiano. Alternatives, de zerbi if he continues to do well at Brighton? Motta if he keeps doing well with bologna?

If we lose vs Milan, Roma, Lazio, Napoli and juve again inzaghi will be gone. Need to have a replacement in mind just incase.

We are also coming up to our absolute worst period of play for the last what, 6/7years (minus one conte season). This could get ugly.
The stats will get sorted. Conceding less etc. Could end up 2nd yet. Still in the CL. Every chance of winning the cup. Yet here we are, Talking replacement managers. Steady on !.
 

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Italiano hasn't particularly impressed me like I thought he would at Fiorentina.

To be honest, I'd really just love to move away from 3-5-2.
 

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Italiano hasn't particularly impressed me like I thought he would at Fiorentina.

To be honest, I'd really just love to move away from 3-5-2.
He's got fucked by commisso this season. A terrible squad and has Europe to contend with. I don't think he could do much more.
 

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Italiano hasn't particularly impressed me like I thought he would at Fiorentina.

To be honest, I'd really just love to move away from 3-5-2.
Same. I always saw Italiano as a mini Sarri but he has disappointed me this season. I also want to move on from 3-5-2 but i don't know who we could realistically get. We can't afford a top coach like Tuchel and our current management would never go for a gamble from abroad like Conceicao or Schmidt. And i don't see any great options with Serie A experience. De Zerbi has an even worse defensive setup than Inzaghi. Mancini if he becomes available? I don't know. I was very frustrated with him in his second stint and i doubt he would return under this ownership. I don't see anyone else in Serie A worth taking a shot. I am still gutted we passed on Sarri in 2021.

If we decide to stick with 3-5-2 then Juric would be the obvious choice. I know he's popular in this forum but for me he's a huge gamble. He has many traits that i like (good defensive setup, overachiever, improves his players, gives chances to youth) but he has never worked at a club with pressure and he has never dealt with a demanding dressing room. It could go either way.
 

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Same. I always saw Italiano as a mini Sarri but he has disappointed me this season. I also want to move on from 3-5-2 but i don't know who we could realistically get. We can't afford a top coach like Tuchel and our current management would never go for a gamble from abroad like Conceicao or Schmidt. And i don't see any great options with Serie A experience. De Zerbi has an even worse defensive setup than Inzaghi. Mancini if he becomes available? I don't know. I was very frustrated with him in his second stint and i doubt he would return under this ownership. I don't see anyone else in Serie A worth taking a shot. I am still gutted we passed on Sarri in 2021.

If we decide to stick with 3-5-2 then Juric would be the obvious choice. I know he's popular in this forum but for me he's a huge gamble. He has many traits that i like (good defensive setup, overachiever, improves his players, gives chances to youth) but he has never worked at a club with pressure and he has never dealt with a demanding dressing room. It could go either way.
All of those options, apart from Tuchel and Conceicao, got an audible groan from me. The worst part is that I can't even suggest anyone better because we're so goddamn poor.

I also see Juric as a gamble. I don't exactly want to be become a club that gives B-tier coaches (Inzaghi, Juric, Gasperini) the chance to see whether they can hack it at one of the big boys. That's what Roma/Lazio are for 😁
 

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Same. I always saw Italiano as a mini Sarri but he has disappointed me this season. I also want to move on from 3-5-2 but i don't know who we could realistically get. We can't afford a top coach like Tuchel and our current management would never go for a gamble from abroad like Conceicao or Schmidt. And i don't see any great options with Serie A experience. De Zerbi has an even worse defensive setup than Inzaghi. Mancini if he becomes available? I don't know. I was very frustrated with him in his second stint and i doubt he would return under this ownership. I don't see anyone else in Serie A worth taking a shot. I am still gutted we passed on Sarri in 2021.

If we decide to stick with 3-5-2 then Juric would be the obvious choice. I know he's popular in this forum but for me he's a huge gamble. He has many traits that i like (good defensive setup, overachiever, improves his players, gives chances to youth) but he has never worked at a club with pressure and he has never dealt with a demanding dressing room. It could go either way.
This is why I think italiano is the choice. His fiorintina have been improving, let's see how they continue.

The rest, yep, a very average bunch. I've thought of mancini but no way he comes back under Suning.

I guess conte could come back after spurs but what's the point for either party to try that and I can't see us paying him his wages.

If inzaghi falls apart next year or continues losing all the big games and misses or risks missing top 4, its a really shit pool of potential managers. Udinese manager, but they have fallen off since October. Think they've won one game out of 9.
 

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I want to post two excerpts from a recent Horncastle mailbag on The Athletic.

Re, Fiorentina:

Fiorentina have been a bit unlucky. They’ve underperformed their xG in open play this season, scoring 10 goals from 12.73 xG. They’ve missed a couple of penalties, the biggest coming against Juventus as it probably would have won the game, and have been on the end of some scorelines that don’t reflect the balance of play. Take the Lazio game at the beginning of October for example. Fiorentina rattled off 26 shots to the visitors’ six, dominated possession against a team schooled in Sarrismo and won the xG battle 2.14 to 1.46 only to lose 4-0.

Re, Davide Nicola:

Allegri likes to argue there are categories of coaches and it does reflect a way of thinking in Italy. You can see this in Fabio Pecchia’s career arc. He guided Hellas Verona to promotion in 2017 and repeated the feat with Cremonese this summer. Rather than stay and have another go at top flight football, Pecchia left for Parma who desperately hope he can take them up. Much like Beppe Iachini and Walter Novellino in the past, Pecchia is now categorised as a promotion specialist.

Nicola is typecast as a great escape artist. But I share the same opinion as Walter Sabatini, the ousted sporting director who appointed him at Salernitana. “Nicola is a prisoner of the persona sewn onto him as a club’s saviour — a fireman, when he’s an all-rounder with extraordinary empathy.” If Milan subscribed to the theory of categories, they would never have hired Stefano Pioli. What had he won before last season’s Scudetto? A national championship with Bologna’s Under-17s. That’s it.
 

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if zhang/suning are going to really serious with "their future" at Inter blabla shit, they should going to take more reputable free agent coach like Tuchel, Pocchetino, Zidane etc at all cost.
 
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if zhang/suning are going to really serious with "their future" at Inter blabla shit, they should going to take more reputable free agent coach like Tuchel, Pocchetino, Zidane etc at any costs.
I'd rather have Inzaghi coach us with proper reinforcement than having any of those coaches with no reinforcement.
 
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