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    Grande Zenga, I can see this guy leading us to great stuff in the not too distant future...

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    Just a question, how can not having coached in Italy be a non-issue to those suggesting that Zenga could coach Inter in the future?

    At least when Mancini took over, he coached Fiorentina and Lazio. Coaching Red Star and Steau are totally different to coaching in Italy. Traditionally, it is very hard to coach in Serie A and B and anyone suggesting that experience in the Peninsula is not needed is being a little naive.

    Zenga was at the club when we won our last Scudetto but times have changed since then. More to the point, 17 years have passed the fans are burdened with expectations, the players are burdened with the club's history and lack of success and Moratti owns the club. Zenga needs a little more than a title with Red Star to give him the necessary qualifications to coach Inter.
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    Great coaches have to coach great teams. If great teams do not want to "create" great coaches, then we would not have great coaches... What experience did Capello had before controlling Milan? Or Ancelotti? Or Lippi?
    If you want coaches that have won everything there is, and that would lack interest in winning more stuff, that's your problem Zenga has an Inter heart, that's enough to yell at any Inter player if he believes he is not "treating" his shirt properly... That's what we need. Not mercenaries...

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    Well at least Zenga has won somthing in his coaching career, now actually two years in a row, unlike some of our recent coaches. And don't you guys underestimate his achievements, just because he won in Romania and Serbia. It isn't any easier there than in Italy.

    Zenga has Inter in his heart, he's always had, since childhood. Every interista would accept him with open arms, including curva. He would have a great authority within the team. I honestly think he might e the answer to our questions.
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    I'd love to have Zenga coaching us, definitely. But I feel like he has to prove himself in Serie A before.
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    Walter Zenga is one of the best coaches.I personally think that he should be our coach in the next season.Maybe he is not proved as coach in Italy,but he did prove his abbilities in Serbia,and it is years ago proved that his favourite team is Inter.That means he would give everything he has got for Inter,including his heart
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    I don't know about this whole Zenga-thing...

    Sure, he has heart and love for the team, but I seriously doubt his coaching abilities at this point...

    Give him a few more years and then we'll see.

    I say we stick with Mancio, or we go for Mourinho !


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    I obviously have to agree with those who could see Zenga coaching us sometimes in the future. I believe getting him now would be an emotional rather than rational decision. He still need a few years coaching experience under his belt before we could let him lose in the circus of ours. I’m glad that I saw him play many years yet, I don’t think he is the one who could tame these spoiled brats we currently have in our
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    Walter is good coach,but he is not ready for Inter yet.Belive me

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    Did he switch clubs again or not? Remember some news, but not sure.

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    Well, I heard that a famous coach in Greece got the Red Star manager job and I went What happened with Zenga again?

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    If I remember corectly Zenga quit the job at Crvena Zvezda and went for the money in Quatar, he singed there for 1 or 2 years
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    Yeah he went somewhere in Quatar coz of the money!!!
    thats realy sad coz there he cant learn anything !!
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    I am not sure,but i think that he is not found new club yet.His wife is reason because he is not in Zvezda,she was write some bad thing about our city,and my peaple is very temperament,he was alfraid of reaction.Dusan Bajevic is new Zvezda coach,very good coach,much succesefull than Walter

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    Yeah but his successes came from unfair championships I know from first hand

    Bajevic is an average manager

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    Qatar would be an odd move if he indeed does go there. Should have went to a bigger league so he can continue learning.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuko
    Yeah but his successes came from unfair championships I know from first hand

    Bajevic is an average manager
    I think that he is the most succesefull manager in Greece ever,or not?7-8 championships,5-6 cups i am not sure

    Which team you support in Greece mate?

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    only good thing for me about zenga coming to Qatar is that he'll be coaching the club which is literally a 5 min walk from my place ill definetely try to get a picture with him this summer.

    however it is too bad he's coming to coach such an amateur team. if he coaches in bigger leagues only then he can improve and if he's good enough, be able to coach a difficult team like inter

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