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


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Let's be realistic.

It's likely juric depressingly, if he keeps doing well at toro.

With the shape we are in, I'd be happy to take a punt on de zerbi or italiano. We can't afford much better.
 

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he would never sold Zaniolo, Pinamonti, Casadei for peanuts if he really played FM in the first place. zhang family doesn't know shit about football, but i suppose they are master degree in terms of corruption and fraud.
 

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Just try everything to get Simeone. No buys this transfer window, no nothing. This season has gone to shits already. We're not winning shit.
 

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Let's be realistic.

It's likely juric depressingly, if he keeps doing well at toro.

With the shape we are in, I'd be happy to take a punt on de zerbi or italiano. We can't afford much better.
Juric is more likely to succeed at Inter than De Zerbi or Italiano imo. He’s had no financial backing at either Verona and now Torino and he’s turned both into solid defensive sides that hover around mid table. And despite the lack of talent, they almost never get blown out in games. Our club has been more historically successful with defensive minded gaffers as well.
 

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I rate Juric for the job if we can’t stop leaking goals. At least the mf knows to set up at the back.
 

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Half the reason signing Simeone would be great is because he’s a big name that would have pull with top players(maybe excluding forwards). With Suning that ability is absolutely useless. I expect that Juric is the top name on their board and I’m willing to bet he’s possibly the only name on it too.
 

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When Mourinho's contract with Roma expires? He is the best solution for me just right now.
 

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When Mourinho's contract with Roma expires? He is the best solution for me just right now.

You couldn't have posted it at a better time. 😀

Jose Mourinho’s relationship with Roma sporting director is breaking down over the difference of opinion about transfer activity.

Mourinho recently stated that he was happy to stay at Roma after rejecting a chance to join Portugal. Sky Italia claim that the Roma boss will not be attending the press conference ahead of the Giallorossi’s vital Serie A game against Fiorentina on Monday.


There is tension between Tiago Pinto and Mourinho and the distance and frostiness between them is increasing. The roots lie in their difference in opinion in the transfer window approaches from the club. It is stated that they share differing visions about the club and the ambitions of Roma.


It has been over three years since Nicolo Zaniolo scored for the club in the league at the Olimpico and there are no meetings on the agenda for his renewal, with his deal expiring in 2024. The contracts of both Mourinho and Pinto expire in 2024 and it stated that it will not be a surprise to see some of those three to exit the club this summer.
 

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Getting a coach who use 4-backline would be great. But he need to be someone with great experience. Simeone or Mourinho would be ideal to Inter and maybe this could happen at 2024?

We can safely say Inzaghi is not right character to lead a top team with maximum pressure.
 

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how do you call a coach "finished"? What's the line between finished and not finished?
Perhaps “finished” is a harsh choice of word, but I think his managerial style and tactics are a bit outdated, and I don’t like how much of an egoist he still is. Conte is arguably worse but still. I don’t see Mou being anything that will be fruitful for the long term. For us or anyone else really. Maybe the fact that he has a glorious past for us could help, but it could also hurt. I’m usually against 2nd stints as a rule. Leave the past in the past and move on.
 

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Perhaps “finished” is a harsh choice of word, but I think his managerial style and tactics are a bit outdated, and I don’t like how much of an egoist he still is. Conte is arguably worse but still. I don’t see Mou being anything that will be fruitful for the long term. For us or anyone else really. Maybe the fact that he has a glorious past for us could help, but it could also hurt.

Don't think football is something that moves in a linear direction, so there's no such thing as "outdated tactics". There's only a coach that has a team that fits his mentality or not. And a whole lot in the middle which is a mental battle, mostly of the coach trying to get the team on board.

I’m usually against 2nd stints as a rule. Leave the past in the past and move on.

Same. But Mourinho wasn't here enough.
 
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