La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
- Apr 30, 2009
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I actually think he wanted to coach this season and that's why he came to an agreement with Inter instead of going to the court but he simply didn't have good enough offers. PSG decided to stick with Pochettino, Real chose Ancelotti over him, he was never considered by Barca, Bayern decided to buy a coach from the league than going for Conte and Man Utd decided to stick with OGS. His best options were Tottenham and Arsenal and it would be a career suicide to go to either of them.I assume he just doesn't want to coach. He could also just be chilling for a bit until he decides its time to get back in the game.
IMO he would quit just like he quit juventus because they bought Ronaldo.It honestly makes me wonder if our history would have been more fruitful and successful under Moratti if we had someone like Marotta protecting the interests of the club.
Yeah, that's how he always rolls and he was always gonna do it to us as well. If he didn't happen to win the league largely due to a weakened juBentus, he would probably be remembered as a farce. To imagine he nearly made it into LGI.This Cunt might got o Arsenal with the transfer window closed + 0 money + 0 good players + 0 points after 3 games and -10 goals with 0 scored
yet he left us because he was going to lose Hakimi and 1 of Lautaro or Lukaku !!!
this guy at this point just is working to get contract terminations to not work and collect 10 million after a season or 2 of work…
more power to him. Wish that could be me
I'm sorry you typed this all out because I was responding to batman about cambiassoI actually think he wanted to coach this season and that's why he came to an agreement with Inter instead of going to the court but he simply didn't have good enough offers. PSG decided to stick with Pochettino, Real chose Ancelotti over him, he was never considered by Barca, Bayern decided to buy a coach from the league than going for Conte and Man Utd decided to stick with OGS. His best options were Tottenham and Arsenal and it would be a career suicide to go to either of them.
He had been saying several times that he would love to have finished a project that he has started from scratch and would hate starting over because of the changes made to the ongoing project. Probably both sides, before he got hired, agreed on that if the management doesn't stick to the original project they part ways. I assume he was told that Hakimi and Lukaku who were integral parts of his project were to leave, hence he left too. Understand, Conte isn't a crisis solving coach like Ranieri, he wanted a stability the likes of Guardiola, Klop are enjoying.Personally, I think Conte is a Chicken Shit Hunchback.
His pattern of behaviour indicates that he would rather rage quit and receive a golden handshake when the clubs he coaches depart from his lofty demands rather than stay and challenge himself.
Selling Hakimi and Lukaku would have been difficult for any tactician to accept but it is not like the club have not attempted to replace those players. I am unsure as to how things are going to go for us this season but walking at the first mention of player sales was premature and shows that if he does not have optimal conditions (in terms of his demands being met) then the project is not up to his standards and he will inevitably walk.
Thanks for the Scudetto. Have fun commentating and giving your "expert" opinion on a competition in which you have little to no idea.
I got this from discord, is it not true then?
Antonio Conte: “Wish Inter The Best, Achraf Hakimi’s Dream Is To Play For Real Madrid”Former Inter head coach Antonio Conte still hopes to see the team that he departed over the summer do well, and will be rooting for the Nerazzurri in this evening’s Champions League clash with Real Madrid.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia before the match this evening, Conte wishes his former club luck, as well as talking about former player Achraf Hakimi, who came to Inter from this evening’s opponents Real.
Hakimi joined Inter last summer from the Merengues, having never managed to establish himself as a regular starter in the Spanish capital, rather making a name for himself on loan with Borussia Dortmund.
The Moroccan only played one season for the Nerazzurri, having been sold to Paris Saint-Germain as the Nerazzurri needed to meet financial obligations.
As Conte explains, the 22-year-old still regrets not having been able to do more with Real, and would like to one day make an impact playing for the club where he came through the ranks.
“Psychologically Hakimi suffered a bit from last year’s matches with Real Madrid,” Conte said. “His dream is to return to play with that club as a key man.”
Of the Moroccan’s matches against Real in last season’s Champions League he said, “I remember those two games very well, in particular the unfortunate passage that led to them going a goal up in Spain. From there he worked hard and I saw a young player who wanted to learn to work.”
“He understood that what he did in the offensive phase was not enough,” Conte said, “he needed a nit of hrlp and now he is among the strongest in the world. If he still works on the last pass he can be world-class.”
On Hakimi’s replacement Denzel Dumfries he said, “They’ve signed a great player to replace Hakimi. If he can play his way into the team he can be a great replacement for him.”
On his feelings for his former club, Conte said, “There is certainly great affection, it was two beautiful and intense years. I have great memories of this group of guys and I hope that Inter can do better than we had done over the last two years.”