Simone Inzaghi

Will Simone Inzaghi win a Scudetto at Inter?


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Raul Duke

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Will be weird not having him and Mourinho on the sidelines next week.
 

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Puzzled by him putting on Klassen and not letting Bastoni finish his game. But who cares now
 

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Dont bottle this Limone. 4 points upfront with a game in hand. I dont care about champions league, just bring the title back home and the second star.
 

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Puzzled by him putting on Klassen and not letting Bastoni finish his game. But who cares now
I think we needed a runner as we were a bit tired, and Klaassen did well in that sense. I think it would have been Frattesi but Inzaghi mentioned he had a slight issue.

Not sure the Bastoni sub was neccessary but he always makes the 5 subs. I guess the other option could have been Alexis for Lautaro who wasn't as sharp and looked tired, although he did start winning important free kicks near the end and also set up Dumfries for the Arnautovic chance.
 

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Basto almost always gives way to de Vrij and Acerbi shifts over to LCB in the later stages of games. Basto generally looks pretty exhausted around the 80th minute mark to be fair.

Simone is on the right track and he has the squad to win this scudetto but it’s far from over.
 

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Has anyone even thought that maybe Inzaghi will leave with a scudetto?? Look at Klopp. 17M€ Net and he just walks away. Totally gray and wasted from stress. There will be a lot of rich and prestigious clubs looking for a head coach next summer. Chelsea, Liverpool, ManU? Then Barca , then PSG?, then Bayern if they sack Tuchel after management bought Kane for 110M€ and a rookie Xabi will get the 1st spot .

Being Inter manager takes a toll because youre fighting with Elkann backed Rube rats until thelast day and he can leave on a high just like Mourinho left in 2010.

First of all we have to pump his wage to ca 7M€ and assure him somehow that beating Conte @Milan and scudetto chasing Allegri @Juvee will be bigger scudetto than the 20th :D or starting over at UK in Chelsea.

We have to just tempt Simeone somehow. Promise him new signings and no fkn chopping of the squad. Only Denzel ( and Arnautovic ) :yao:
 

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Klopp is almost 10 years older and is coaching 20+ years while Inzaghi is not even 10 years on the bench. Klopp was 7 years at minimum at every club. Inzaghi was 5 in Lazio. No reason to be that exhausted to leave.

Going because of a better offer? Maybe. But he is still Italian and maybe he just don't want to go (yet). First step is longer contact and better wage. Not sure he will refuse that.
There was a stat that we haven't conceded in the last 15 minutes in Serie A this season.

Grande mister!
They showed that yesterday in that period of the game and I was shitting my pants.


Simone Inzaghi has now become the coach with fifth-highest number of wins in Inter history - 94 wins
1. Helenio Herrera 2. Roberto Mancini 3. Giovanni Trapattoni 4. Árpád Weisz 5. Simone Inzaghi
1. Helenio Herrera 56.01% 2. Roberto Mancini 58.08% 3. Giovanni Trapattoni 54.78% 4. Árpád Weisz 51.88% 5. Simone Inzaghi 65.47%
Found this but not from usual sources. Is it true?
 

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We should make him our Ferguson if possible.
He certainly has convinced me he has what it takes to create a team with good moral, and he has the tactical nose to set his team up against what the best of EU has to offer. So, I'am all for it,
 

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Inzaghi has said he wants to stay at Inter for even longer that he stayed at Lazio. Also he has never showed any desire to work abroad. I am not even sure he can speak English.
This. Italians don’t travel well unless they work hard to learn the language of the place they are going to/ know English. There are a few examples like Spalletti and Sarri who had success abroad without learning another language, but in general it’s not such an easy jump.
 
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