View Poll Results: Who do you (realistically) want to coach Inter next season?

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  • Conte

    25 31.65%
  • Allegri

    40 50.63%
  • Pochettino

    7 8.86%
  • Other

    7 8.86%
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    Pocchettino would be yet another long project. Just look how long he was at Tottenham before anything really happened.

    Unfortunately Inter do not have a time for that. He needs his own project, so new players coming in, some current players going out etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    Pocchettino would be yet another long project. Just look how long he was at Tottenham before anything really happened.

    Unfortunately Inter do not have a time for that. He needs his own project, so new players coming in, some current players going out etc.
    Exactly. The same feeling comes when the Nagelsmann name appears. He needs to learn Italian, needs to learn how Italian football works and all that. Possible Frank De Boer vibes.


    There's not many coaches that can bring results right away that are actually available.

    I'd only trust this task to Allegri, who I don't really want [in general] for more than 2.5 seasons (with the 0.5 only acceptable if he comes now), Laurent Blanc, whose motivation can be questioned but I do trust that with the right setup in the coaching staff he can be very successful at Inter and from the not so available ones: Simeone, Mourinho, Guardiola and Ancelotti.

    Our best bet now is to get Allegri, as soon as possible, with a contract until 2022. Then go all in for Simeone.
    <<Gli scudetti Ť giusto vincerli sul campo>> Antonio Conte on Calciopoli

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    Fluke or not Pochettino reached a CL final. Like Mourinho has said many times, you also need luck in the competition. Simeone's La Liga win could also be considered a fluke as they haven't been anywhere near the title since then. His record in Europe is Cuper-esque so he isn't a sure thing either.

    I get that you think Nagelsmann could be a bad fit for Serie A but please don't put him in the same category as De Boer. It's insulting for him. He has already done a good job at a top league, not Eredivisie (with all due respect to Dutch members).
    #CONTEOUT


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    Quote Originally Posted by CafeCordoba View Post
    Pocchettino would be yet another long project. Just look how long he was at Tottenham before anything really happened.

    Unfortunately Inter do not have a time for that. He needs his own project, so new players coming in, some current players going out etc.
    He had 0 money. The year he got to the champions league final they didn’t buy anyone.

    Issue with inter are transfer fees and wages. We pay a butt load for a player go o man he doesn’t work here and are stuck because no one is stupid enough to pay that guy 3-8 million.

    Joao was a massive failure but his crazy wages make him impossible to get rid of pretty sure we pay most of the wages in the loan as well
    VAR is some serious Bullshit!

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    How about Farve? Develops youth. Flexible formation. Can be a bit clueless when his tatics donít work though

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    No more youth movement bullshit, it has never worked.

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    Favre is Bundesliga's version of Spalletti. Good enough if your target is top 4 but a bit of a choker if you want to challenge for the title.
    #CONTEOUT


    "When I had just become President, I went to Austria for our match. On the stadium billboard it was written: 'Inter Milan'. I went to report to the manager of the opposing team that it was enough to leave Inter. So they canceled Milan "

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    If Conte were to leave, he should only be replaced by Allegri. That's the option that makes the most sense and has the least risks.
    Ajax just thrashed Juve!! Fuck whoever uses the 'experience' excuse for signing bunch of mediocre 30+ year olds who do nothing other than laying in the treatment room and demanding high wages.

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    Conte's current situation could be a wakeup call for him.
    Could also be a phase where he changes to a more mature, flexible manager.

    As much as I hate Conte, if he proves that he's no longer a stubborn and one-dimensional manager, then OK for him to stay for another season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afitafit View Post
    Conte's current situation could be a wakeup call for him.
    Could also be a phase where he changes to a more mature, flexible manager.
    The man is fifty. He's not going to gain any maturity at this point, if anything he's going to become even more of a dinosaur set in his ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brightbackground View Post
    The man is fifty. He's not going to gain any maturity at this point, if anything he's going to become even more of a dinosaur set in his ways.
    from a realistic point of view, i do agree.

    though we never know, as it is more of a mindset and mentality stuff.
    i don't like the guy, but i also want to keep a bit of positivity and optimism.
    as long as he's breathing, he can change.

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