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There was hardly any quality coach available to join us, who's actually willing to join us. And of course, we couldn't afford to pay 15mil for a coach as well.

This became evidently conspicuous to Branca after his holiday tour trip to Portugal, and we settled with Gasperini.

There were better options out there.
 

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Gasperini isn't that bad, the lose against Trazonspor isn't his fault, just the fault from the team. Why the hack couldn't they score when they have such huge number of big chances?
Ridiculous, let the man work, he already changed to 4-men-defence and Gasp is definitely better than Ranieri and Zola...Zola :palm:
Just stay calm, we made a huge change in the summer market and our players must get to know everybody and adapt their styles.

Forza Gasp (at least for the next games)
 

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Gasperini isn't that bad, the lose against Trazonspor isn't his fault, just the fault from the team. Why the hack couldn't they score when they have such huge number of big chances?
Ridiculous, let the man work, he already changed to 4-men-defence and Gasp is definitely better than Ranieri and Zola...Zola :palm:
Just stay calm, we made a huge change in the summer market and our players must get to know everybody and adapt their styles.

Forza Gasp (at least for the next games)
Gasp is a very weak coach.
 
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i feel for gasp, the loss against trabzone he did what everyone has asked him from the formation, to sneijder's position to playing pazzini...
i blame the team fully for that loss
 

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Ehh we were unlucky againstTrazbonspor however for the team to move forward we need WINS pure and simple. I don't know but sometimes i think our boys have lost their motivation, that will to fight till the end. We saw it under Leo but we're not seeing it today. Also sadly for our squad we have old players who are decent and our young players who are completely inexperienced and i don't think those two extremes are helping us at all. We've got two difficult games now and we need results let's hope we find the much needed balance in the team. Which by the way we saw against Milan in the supercoppa with the 3-4-2-1. e. I don't know but sometimes i think our boys have lost their motivation, that will to fight till the end. We saw it under Leo but we're not seeing it today. Also sadly for our squad we have old players who are decent and our young players who are completely inexperienced and i don't think those two extremes are helping us at all. We've got two difficult games now and we need results let's hope we find the much needed balance in the team. Which by the way we saw against Milan in the supercoppa with the 3-4-2-1.
 

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I don't blame Gasperini either for the Trazbonspor loss, but sometimes numbers are harsh. We lost 3 games out of 3 games and this hasn't happened for ages to Inter, even in our dark ages.


Also the names that we are linked to make me cringe. Either we keep him or we have 2 options: bring a proven coach (not another mediocre one like the ones we're linked to i.e. Ranieri) or bring a high risk high profit young coach a la Guardiola.
 

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If he gets sacked let him be our primavera coach
 

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Gasp will win tonight. Forza Gasperini. Haters gonna hate.

Mourinho > Gasp > Leonardo > Benitez
 

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I am really pro Gasperini, but I didnt expect this kind of a situation. Nevertheless, Mou said: When the team wins, its a privilege to all, but when the team looses then its just couch's fault... driven by that I really put my blame on Gasperini, he shouldnt have been stubborn about idiotic 343, and should have tested the team with the well known 4312 or 4213 formation, I just hope this will be solved as soon as possible.
 

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If he gets sacked let him be our primavera coach
You do realize that he can't do anything without his sidekick Milito. And Milito is happy where he is. He is being paid very generously for missing chances.
 
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So how much sense would that make then...?

Gasp wants to change Inter's style of play. He wants to play attacking, possession, high defense football and that is hard to teach to bunch of 30+ year old players whom used to play defensive football all their life.

But it shouldn't be that hard to teach to our primavera.

Also our primavera lost to Tottenham 7-1, change of coach could be useful for them.
 

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But do u think it works like that in reality? MM comes over to him and tells him "Hey you know what, you're not good enough at converting your tactics with the pros, we don't trust you one bit, but I give you a chance to coach on a lower level with the Inter kids. You gonna get the same wages or even more and you won't forfeit your reputation either. From pros to primavera, sounds like a great deal for an old man like you huh?"
Gaspo:"Wow thats like a dream come true, fuck the pros! Figo can easily take over the mess I left behind, without coaching license."
 

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Fuck this every 1-2month we are Linked to NEW coaches.
Morrati if you wanna be happy than get Jessica Alba as coach, for god sake.. Let the coach work alone
 

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Gasp wants to change Inter's style of play. He wants to play attacking, possession, high defense football and that is hard to teach to bunch of 30+ year old players whom used to play defensive football all their life.

But it shouldn't be that hard to teach to our primavera.

Also our primavera lost to Tottenham 7-1, change of coach could be useful for them.

Wow... Your actually being serious about this.

:palm:
 

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Blog: Gasping for breath
Friday 16 September, 2011

Before Trabzonspor’s Champions League visit to San Siro, Gian Piero Gasperini faced intense scrutiny over his tactics and his future. Despite the Turks’ surprise 1-0 win, though, it may have conversely helped Gasperini prove a point to his President.

Against the Turkish side, Inter’s players generally looked to be recovering their identity as a defensively stronger unit than the one that conceded four times in Palermo on Sunday. However, they fell to defeat to Trabzonspor’s only shot on target and accusations followed that the Nerazzurri this time lacked purpose in attack.

The result, and shift in criticism, came after Gasperini relented to pressure to change formation, moving from his preferred 3-4-3 that was used at Palermo, into a re-organised 4-3-3. In-game changes also saw that shift between a 4-3-1-2 and 4-2-3-1.

In all, it is four formations and several adjustments over the course of two games, and surprisingly, none of them coming close to resembling the effectiveness of 3-5-1-1 that frustrated Milan so successfully in the first half of August’s Italian Super Cup.

Gasperini believes that the team lacks the correct balance between attack and defence, and was interestingly quick to deny the influence of tactics on results. Wednesday saw him even accuse those holding debate on his three-man defence as ‘understanding little about football’.

The former Genoa man, who denied he was ever categorical in starting with a back three, suggested that analysing a team’s success at defending as based on fielding three or four defenders is an ‘unprofessional attitude’.

Such comments are understandable, particularly when the same night saw Napoli secure a credible 1-1 draw at Manchester City fielding their traditional back three. However, Gasperini’s words also hold interest as an indirect response to Massimo Moratti, who on more than one occasion has taken time to specifically comment on the very issue of his tactics.

In fact, as Moratti looked to support his Coach on Wednesday night by insisting he will not get sacked, he also chose to cite the formation change as key to the team’s improved defensive performance, and again push it as the tactic to continue with.

This ongoing public debate over tactics between President and Coach has perhaps unnecessarily highlighted a clear divide in opinion – one that incidentally was rumoured to have affected the Nerazzurri’s transfer strategy. However, it has also more significantly and definitely deflected attention away from other potential contributing factors to the team’s poor start.

Falling in favour of Gasperini’s argument of inconsequential tactics comes the fact that he has been without a number of first team players, and that those selected have visibly struggled for fitness. Maurizio Zamparini commented on Palermo’s ability to ‘run the 90’ as a decisive factor in his side’s win, whilst five of Trabzonspor’s seven attempts at goal on Wednesday came in the second half – La Beneamata has gradually, visibly backed off opponents.

As well as this, the club’s summer signings can be seen as either not suited to the Coach’s demands or struggling to make an immediate impact under them. Mauro Zarate’s track-record of poor work-rate, Ricky Alvarez’ quiet first appearances and the fact Diego Forlan is cup-tied are all critical factors unaffected by formation.

Whilst the Champions League defeat has highlighted Gasperini’s frustration at a media and fan movement that was debatably started by his own President, it has also left open the suggestion that the 53-year-old tactician knows what he is talking about – that not everything wrong with Inter can be fixed by changing formation.

http://www.football-italia.net/blogs/rp120.html

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Sanchez Flores eyes Inter job
Friday 16 September, 2011

Quique Sanchez Flores has made it clear that he’d like to be considered for the Inter job if Gian Piero Gasperini is sacked.

Gasperini is fighting to save his job after an unhappy start to life on the Nerazzurri bench.

A late replacement for Leonardo in the summer, Inter have lost their first three competitive games under his guidance.

The Nerazzurri were beaten by their city rivals Milan in the Italian Super Cup last month, fell 4-3 in Palermo on Sunday and started this term’s Champions League with a 1-0 Trabzonspor shock.

Numerous names have been associated with the perhaps soon to be vacant role, including the Spaniard.

“If Inter make a call then I’d go straight away,” the tactician told Marca TV.

Flores, 46, has bossed Getafe, Valencia, Benfica and Atletico Madrid during his eight year coaching career.

He left Atletico at the end of last season.

It’s believed that he doesn’t have a great relationship with new Inter striker Diego Forlan, who also left Atletico this summer.

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Cuper: 'I'd run back to Inter!'
Saturday 17 September, 2011

Hector Cuper has sensationally offered to “run back to Inter,” but first urges patience for new boss Gian Piero Gasperini.

The Coach was famously sacked a few weeks into the 2003-04 campaign, having famously fumbled the Scudetto on the final day of the 2001-02 season.

“Would I return to Inter? Of course, I’d run back!” Cuper told TMW. “I was happy at Inter. We may not have won anything together, but they gave me a great deal of affection.

“If President Massimo Moratti called, then I’d be right there, because I had good times with the Nerazzurri. However, I doubt that call will come. It would be a wonderful surprise if it did.”

The list of potential candidates for the bench includes Roberto Baggio, Fabio Capello, Delio Rossi, Gianfranco Zola and Claudio Ranieri.

Gasperini was only hired in the summer, but losing all three of his official matches against Milan, Palermo and Trabzonspor have put him under immense pressure.

“For now things are going badly, but everyone needs patience. You can’t always start a season on the right foot, but the team can improve over time,” assured Cuper.

“Sacking Gasperini would be a very rushed decision. I understand the fans always want to win, but you cannot fire a Coach after only a few games.

“When you choose a tactician, you evaluate the decision carefully and I’m sure that’s what Inter did. They must put faith in him.

“However, if the club loses confidence, then often the Coach is the one to be changed.”

Since his spell on the Inter bench, Cuper has been in charge of Real Mallorca, Betis, Parma, the Georgia international squad, Aris Salonika and recently signed for Racing Santander.
 

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Gasp was jobless for the past year or so and if he gets sacked he is gonna be jobless again for a while. If we start a serious project and include him I think he would accept it. Why not? who else wants Gasp anyways?
 

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Why not? who else wants Gasp anyways?

I do. I want to give him some time to prove himself. He's changed formations many times including 4 at the back, he's not as stubborn as some make him out to be. If we fired everyone after a loss or two then where would we be?
 

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Dude, if you really wanted to go you could have just smssed Branca. You are a good man, but if this is your idea of the team at Inter then you really cant be serious about keeping this job.
 
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