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    I dont think that Jube would consider him theres just too much history i mean just think of Mous last gam in torino.

    BBilan and roma on the other hand.... i feel like he might join them and that they might want him. Also while id like to think that Mou is not to eager to join them and would rather come here there are not that many possible options for him anymore to coach. I dont think any top english side wants him the 3 big teams in Spain probably dont need/ want him. I just dont think bayern would ever go for him and BVB even less. SO there s really not that many good/rich enough clubs left that he could join.

    While i think we are one of his favourite clubs this is still a job for him and i dont think he d refuse BBilan/Roma if his other options would be lesser clubs just because of sentiments towards us.
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    Mourinho could easily join either of them. Not Roma for sure, since he knows they won't invest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockball View Post
    Mourinho could easily join either of them. Not Roma for sure, since he knows they won't invest.
    Roma in under bid from the Qataris. The Americans will sell for sure and if they can reach an agreement Roma will be a new pain in the ass. I hope it goes through, we need more people to pump money into the league, hoping that Suning with follow suit and Juventus has to deflate at some point.

    If they do and Mourinho likes their project, why not? He was approached by them and he rejected them by the way but it was possibly an immediate deal. Or he probably did not want to commit to a club whose CL presence was at stake. His #1 choice is obviously Inter and it's a fucking heresy that he's not our #1 choice if Spalletti leaves.

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    The return of Mourinho would be sentimental for many Interisti. After all those years of mediocracy (I'm being genuine here). The management would instill some faith and hope for the supporters with the appointment of Mou. Mou would not feel great pressure, since Inter are not expected to win anything anytime soon.

    We don't know what's going on behind the scenes, It would not surprise me there have allready been contacts made. Spaletti's behaviour in the media, he looks and acts like a dead man walking. I just hope Conte will not replace him....

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    Marotta wants Conte.And it will be a real shame if we pass on on an Interisti at heart Mourinho for the JuBentino Conte.And that would be such a typically Inter move.And it wont end well like Lippi before.

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    Mourinho is not a Interista by heart, in his biography he said he was a fan of Liverpool

    It's nice that he has nice words to say to us, but let's not forget that he left us as soon as Real Madrid came calling. Nothing wrong with that, it's his career, but the 2 years here don't make him an Interista. Especially if he's going to pick another club from Serie A next season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wera View Post
    Mourinho is not a Interista by heart, in his biography he said he was a fan of Liverpool

    It's nice that he has nice words to say to us, but let's not forget that he left us as soon as Real Madrid came calling. Nothing wrong with that, it's his career, but the 2 years here don't make him an Interista. Especially if he's going to pick another club from Serie A next season.
    He hasn't written his own autobiography yet. The fact that may be misinterpreted here is when he was coming to England he wanted the Liverpool job because he considered them the biggest club in England, however they appointed Rafatso so Jose went to Chelsea instead. He also has a history of trolling Liverpool supporters so it's highly unlikely that he's a fan.

    I very much believe that he has become an Interisti at heart. He's talked about his love for Inter regularly over the almost 9 years since he left us, he hasn't done that for any other club.

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    An Interista would have returned with the team after the CL final instead of staying in Madrid and holding talks with Perez. I don't question Mourinho's love for Inter. Inter will always have a special place in his heart. But, above all, he's a professionalist.
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    Is he an interista at heart? No i dont think so but who is? except for us supporters ? I dont think there are many involved in football who are fans of a club like we are! Zanetti is probably the closest we ever got to a real interista but even with him i m not sure if his love for banfield is not just as big.

    I do think though that we are joses favorite place of all his former clubs! He said so after his manu exit at least he said he found perfect conditions here and that he wants to find something like he had at Inter.
    Does this make him a real interista probably not but do I think he cares about this club yes I do. There are to many interviews when he was not our coach any more where he started to talk about us in a positive way and wished us luck for upcoming derbys etc.

    But again he s a professional first so if his best available options are Roma and BBilan i m quite sure he ll pick one of them.
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    He is an Interista at present.Now.He became an Interista since getting sacked by United or we can say probablly from 2018 onwards when it became clear he was very unhappy at United.

    He hated his time in Italy and his mind was made up to leave us around March 2010 itself.I remember him saying around the CSKA and Barca games that Inter will soon win the UCL with or without him as speculation was growing that he wanted out.

    I find his U turn on the Eyetalian media funny and distresing at the same time because i absolutely prefer him over Conte and sadly we seem to be going in the opposite direction in this .And he already has beef with Conte.If Mourinho goes to another Italian club with Conte at Inter i can see him insulting Conte by appeasing the fans with the 3 finger salute and heaping more pressure on the Jubentino here.I dont want those shenanigans going on.I am really hoping PSG make Mourinho theirs.And if he must come to Italy Marotta better make sure it is for us.

    But if we dont offer him the job he will take the Rubentus job too if they fail to win the UCL this season.

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    Or you could just hope that Conte stays the fuck away from Inter.

    He won't go to Juventus.

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    I think Mou is actually desperate to find any club for next year tbh, that's the only reason he wants to come back to us.
    No top club in Europe actually needs/ wants Mourinho. Or at least I can't see any top club...

    Spain: Barca and Real are out
    France: They are happy with Tuchel
    England: ManUtd and Chelsea no, Liverpool, Spurs and City have better coaches, Arsenal would be a massive step down for Mou
    Italy: Allegri will stay and Mou can't say yes to them
    Inter clueless management with no strategy and wasting tons of money. every year, again and again

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    I really do think he will be our next manager and not Conte. The signing of Godin for example is a player that he’s always wanted and isn’t one that really fits in Conte’s system

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurt0411 View Post
    I really do think he will be our next manager and not Conte. The signing of Godin for example is a player that he’s always wanted and isn’t one that really fits in Conte’s system
    I can see us playing with 3 in the back with Skriniar, De Vrij and Godin. I want to see Mou here but chances are very high that Conte is coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raiden View Post
    Marotta wants Conte.And it will be a real shame if we pass on on an Interisti at heart Mourinho for the JuBentino Conte.And that would be such a typically Inter move.And it wont end well like Lippi before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin View Post
    I can see us playing with 3 in the back with Skriniar, De Vrij and Godin. I want to see Mou here but chances are very high that Conte is coming.
    I really don’t see how that will work tbh. Godin has never played a 3atb in his life and neither him nor De Vrij are quick enough to play a wide CB

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurt0411 View Post
    I really don’t see how that will work tbh. Godin has never played a 3atb in his life and neither him nor De Vrij are quick enough to play a wide CB
    I agree. Skriniar also looked uncomfortable on the rare occasions Spalletti used a back 3. A back 3 is a recipe for failure at Inter. Anyway, i don't think the acquisition of Godin has anything to do with our next coach. He was a great market opportunity we couldn't miss out on regardless of the coach.
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    Chiellini is also not very quick but play in a back 3 - come to think of it, Barzagli is not quick either and mainly relied on his positioning.

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    De Vrij did fine in a back three for Netherlands under Van Gaal.

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    Jose Mourinho REJECTS Serie A return after Man Utd sacking, but he'd consider their rivals

    JOSE MOURINHO has snubbed a recent approach to become the next manager of Roma.

    That’s according to journalist Duncan Castles, who claims Mourinho is likely to return to Inter Milan if he coaches in Italy again.

    The Portuguese has been out of work since being sacked by Manchester United in December.

    Under his guidance, the Red Devils produced their worst ever start to a Premier League campaign - and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s heroics in the hot-seat since his departure will have undoubtedly rubbed salt in the wounds.

    Castles reports that Roma are desperate for Mourinho to take over at the Stadio Olimpico, but the 56-year-old doesn’t feel it is the right environment for him.

    “AS Roma have approached Mourinho to find out whether he’d be interested in taking over as manager next season,” he told The Transfer Window podcast.

    “They currently have Claudio Ranieri in charge on a short-term contract, who they are hoping will get them qualification for the Champions League.

    “But there’s huge amounts of unrest at the club. Obviously they made the semi-finals of the Champions League last year and they were actually unfortunate to go out in the end.

    “You’ve seen the Roma president or chief owner James Pallota complaining after they got knocked out in this season’s Champions League, that they went out because of bad decisions two years running, and he feels that they should have gone through against Liverpool in the semi-final second leg last season.”

    He continued: “But this season has been extremely poor. Knocked out by Porto in the first knockout round, struggling to qualify from Serie A for a Champions League place and the supporters do not like the remote American ownership of Roma and want to see significant changes in the summer.

    “They’ve looked at the market and seen Mourinho is available, that Paris St-Germain will not be employing him, that Real Madrid have gone with Zidane and have done actually what they did when he was sacked by Chelsea in 2015.

    “They were the first club at that time to setup a meeting with Mourinho to see if he’d be interested in coming back to Italy at that stage - which he took and politely declined.

    “What I’m told is that it is not a job that is of interest to him. I think if he goes back to Serie A, the job that he’s most likely to take is Internazionale.

    “It’s the club he coached before and won two titles in two seasons. He did the unprecedented treble of Serie A, Coppa Italia and Champions League with Inter before leaving to go to Real Madrid.

    “He just doesn’t feel, which I think is not surprising when you see the interviews he’s done in recent months when he keeps talking about the importance of club structure and being in the right environment in which to work, he doesn’t feel I’m told that Roma would be the right environment for him to go, and therefore will not be taking that opportunity up and will continue to look and see if the right job becomes available this summer.

    “He does want to go back into work immediately next season if he can, but still waiting for an attractive proposal to do that with.”
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