Simone Inzaghi

Will Simone Inzaghi win a Scudetto at Inter?


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SiamoNoi

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I can assure if he is sacked we are not gonna get anyone better and we are not gonna be better team suddenly,especially not in a long run. Something is rotten in this club and I think we all know what that really is. If we are not fixing that problem,anything else is just temporary fix.

Inzaghi is still our best hope.

And I'm as mad on him right now as most people are.
 

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I can assure if he is sacked we are not gonna get anyone better and we are not gonna be better team suddenly,especially not in a long run. Something is rotten in this club and I think we all know what that really is. If we are not fixing that problem,anything else is just temporary fix.

Inzaghi is still our best hope.
I agree, no point sacking him, there's no one better available that we can afford.

Didnt we also just renew his contract?? He does need to improve though. Again on Wednesday he waited until we went two goals down before making a change, even though it was fucking obvious we needed subs.
 

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It’s still on Inzaghi to field motivated players. Onana, Bellanova, Acerbi, Asllani,D’ambrosio, Dimarco, Gosens are all likely very motivated to start.

If the starters aren’t mentally in it than it’s on Inzaghi to field the team that will fight for him.

Also, if 3 of the current starters are unmotivated due to contract negotiations or uncertainty with their futures/ World Cup preparations, then again Inzaghi needs appreciate this and act accordingly. Again this is hardly new, time for him to be assertive.
 

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It’s still on Inzaghi to field motivated players. Onana, Bellanova, Acerbi, Asllani,D’ambrosio, Dimarco, Gosens are all likely very motivated to start.

If the starters aren’t mentally in it than it’s on Inzaghi to field the team that will fight for him.

Also, if 3 of the current starters are unmotivated due to contract negotiations or uncertainty with their futures/ World Cup preparations, then again Inzaghi needs appreciate this and act accordingly. Again this is hardly new, time for him to be assertive.
We should sell all unmotivated fucks next transfer window. I dont fkn care if it is Skriniar, Bastoni or Brozo.
 

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We'll settle we just need to find right balance in the squad. Losing Perisic seems to have much bigger impact then expected, and we seem completley lost. Only players who are 100% mentally and physically fit should play, even if that means Gags, Acerbi etc. We'll get there with Simone.
 

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Even Vecino and Felipe Anderson taking shots at Inzaghi in the media this week :lol:

In all seriousness, I sympathize with Inzaghi to an extent, given how fucked the club situation is at the moment— expiring contracts looming for big players, Perisic out the door. Things could be looking much different with Bremer, Dybala, and another competent midfielder.

That being said, he’s walking a tight rope right now. He has to turn this thing around now or it’s full on crisi inter mode. Inter is tough coaching seat in any era; that’s just the reality of the position. He needs to react or be replaced.

In terms of who we can get? Well, given the fact we just gave Simone a lengthy contract and our budget of 0, our options would be limited. Probably a former inter player who would work on the cheap. If this turns out to be the case I’d go for Deki despite not knowing anything about his tactics. I think he’s at least command the respect of the dressing room.
 

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We'll settle we just need to find right balance in the squad. Losing Perisic seems to have much bigger impact then expected, and we seem completley lost. Only players who are 100% mentally and physically fit should play, even if that means Gags, Acerbi etc. We'll get there with Simone.
agree, expect with gags he's useless even when fit.
 

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We'll settle we just need to find right balance in the squad. Losing Perisic seems to have much bigger impact then expected, and we seem completley lost. Only players who are 100% mentally and physically fit should play, even if that means Gags, Acerbi etc. We'll get there with Simone.
I've seen that Perisic is used as an excuse quite often here. He is good player, and he was in great form last season, but he ain't Messi or Ronaldo. It's not only the left flank the reason why we are playing poorly, but the midfield and the whole defense as well.
 

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I've seen that Perisic is used as an excuse quite often here. He is good player, and he was in great form last season, but he ain't Messi or Ronaldo. It's not only the left flank the reason why we are playing poorly, but the midfield and the whole defense as well.
I disagree. He solved a lot of problems this team currently has. He beat defenders 1 vs 1 and helped Bastoni in defense. He created opportunities for others in ways other than crossing the ball.
 

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I disagree. He solved a lot of problems this team currently has. He beat defenders 1 vs 1 and helped Bastoni in defense. He created opportunities for others in ways other than crossing the ball.
Ok, but poor form of Barella, Hakan, Brozo, De Vrij and Skriniar is not related to Perisic. And Gosens is actually decent in defence. He cannot offer same contribution as Pero in attack, but that is when the coach has to step up and adjust the system.
The difference in our game is too big to be only Perisic the reason. It's not Perisic the problem, that our players cannot string 3 passes together, when semi decent team starts pressing us.
 
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I still can't understand why people are blaming our CBs when CBs is our strongest side apart from those sitting on the bench?On the contrary it is quite obvious that Dzeko, Lautaro,Correa,Mkhitaryan,Calhanoglu, would have hard time to get into the squad even in a team from the bottom part of the English Premier League table...
 

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I still can't understand why people are blaming our CBs when CBs is our strongest side apart from those sitting on the bench?On the contrary it is quite obvious that Dzeko, Lautaro,Correa,Mkhitaryan,Calhanoglu, would have hard time to get into the squad even in a team from the bottom part of the English Premier League table...
you must be joking.
 

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That donkey make me miss conte also, not that conte is the best coach, but at least conte have some charisma and big effect on the players, compare to inzaghi that the players dont give a shit about him...
What he has is only a goal celebration. That's all he can offer.

But what he can do? he was chosen and he tries, he is Italian mediacore, you can't ask for more.
 

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you must be joking.
Do you believe that match against Bayern would be looking different if we would swap our CBs with Bayern CBs? Skriniar-Bastoni for Bayern, de Light-Hernandes for Inter?Do you really believe we would beat Bayern with de Light and Hernandes as a CBs? I ll tell you what would happened...Our middfield,wings,Lautaro,Dzeko,Correa would be non existent exactly the same way playing against Skriniar-Bastoni as they were against de Light Hernandes...
 

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Do you believe that match against Bayern would be looking different if we would swap our CBs with Bayern CBs? Skriniar-Bastoni for Bayern, de Light-Hernandes for Inter?Do you really believe we would beat Bayern with de Light and Hernandes as a CBs? I ll tell you what would happened...Our middfield,wings,Lautaro,Dzeko,Correa would be non existent exactly the same way playing against Skriniar-Bastoni as they were against de Light Hernandes...
Are you saying Lautaro and Hakan are not good enough to start in bottom epl teams? or Dzeko Miki and Correa to be rotational players?
 

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Only 3 shots on goal against Torino. Yikes.
 

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Are you saying Lautaro and Hakan are not good enough to start in bottom epl teams? or Dzeko Miki and Correa to be rotational players?
Exactly what I think...You need another striker on the pitch next to Lautaro because he is not enough to create something on his own and score goal...You need two great middfielders that can run,fight,create,defend x2 because this is everything that Calhanoglu is lacking so if you want Calhanoglus free kicks and corners you will sacrifice those important things in midfield...No EPL team have such a luxury...Yeah, In Serie A where teams play slow old gentleman style of footbal you can play even 40 years old Dzeko and even weaker middfielder than Calhanoglu ,I mean Barella and you looks kind of competent team...
 
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