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Who do you (realistically) want to coach Inter next season?


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Is Momblano reliable? There's a report about Inter contacting Stankovic.
Please no, I was all for him before his stint in crvena zvezda, but he didn't manage to do anything serious with them despite the club being basically a state political project in which they pumped money. And when I say serious I mean cl group stages cos domestic competitions are given for a club like crvena zvezda. Even he admitted he failed miserably, so yeah, avoid at all costs imo.
 

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Stankovic would be the most unusual choice by marotta. He will go for someone more proven. I'd take de zerbi honestly and just build with him. He plays nice modern football. Give him the pieces.
 

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Stankovic is not ready for Inter. He will be the same mistake which Milan made by signing legends as their coaches like Inzaghi, Seedorf and Gattuso.. we all saw how it went.. Tuchel and Pochetino are the only good coaches that are available right now but they will never agree to manage our team under this owner..not to mention that Zhang dont have the money to pay them.
 

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De Zerbi is the exact opposite of what we need right now. He may play nice attacking football but he has no clue how to set up a defence. And that's exactly what we need right now. Someone to tighten up the defence but honestly i don't know who could be the guy for the job out of the realistic available options.

We also don't have the players for De Zerbi's system so it's pointless to bring him now.
 

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I watched DeZerbi in Shakhtar Donetsk, he introduced new methods of training, new technical means (for each player he hung a bunch of equipment), but it did not have any effect on the field, so DeZerbi is a very bad option.
 

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Pretty sure the reason why we would go for Stankovic is because he's the only coach who would physically fight our players
 

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I wonder what salary Joachim Löw wants, he could be tried.
Mauricio Pochettino, Zinédine Zidane and Thomas Tuchel are definitely beyond our means...
The real options are Marcelo Bielsa, André Villas-Boas, Claudio Ranieri, Walter Mazzarri, Laurent Blanc.
Of these five, I would go with Marcelo Bielsa.
 

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I wonder what salary Joachim Löw wants, he could be tried.
Mauricio Pochettino, Zinédine Zidane and Thomas Tuchel are definitely beyond our means...
The real options are Marcelo Bielsa, André Villas-Boas, Claudio Ranieri, Walter Mazzarri, Laurent Blanc.
Of these five, I would go with Marcelo Bielsa.
Jogi Low is a fraud. He looked great when he had Germany's golden generation at his disposal but utterly clueless in the latter years. Germany were going from one embarrassment to another and the entire nation was calling for the sack. Flick looks like a huge upgrade with basically the same players.
 

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Bielsa is unstable as fuck, bringing him would be like adding gasoline on an already huge fire. Plus, he should be nowhere near a team like inter, his true level is below that imo, despite his huge knowledge and influence in football and coaches.

Tuchel and poch are the only safe options where you can say ok we can make a reset with them and feel confident.
 

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Stankovic would be the most unusual choice by marotta. He will go for someone more proven. I'd take de zerbi honestly and just build with him. He plays nice modern football. Give him the pieces.
Athletic reports that Brighton is after De Zerbi.

Edit: Never mind, they already signed him.
 
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If Conte was unconvinced by the Zhangs' "project" you can only imagine how Tuchel and Simeone would look at it.

Poch on the other hand imo has something to prove, but I don't follow him closely.
 

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I rated Poch at Spurs highly but his stint at PSG was very disappointing. He won the league by a big margin but he failed in CL and he had issues with PSG dressing room. Obviously he would be the best option if you can't afford Tuchel but i wouldn't call him a safe bet. He's more or less unproven at a top level.
 

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We are not hiring an expensive coach thats for sure. Sinisa might be the short term if things go south this season. Im not joking. But overall I want a coach who will bring stability to the defense, organized defense. Because thats the most important and fastest way out of a crysis, especially with mercato being 3 months away and our finances being homeless level. Inzaghi can set up a big possession tactics, but if you're getting slaughtered in every move opposite team makes whats the point. We have WC quality still in defense, few are slower than they used to , but with a right set up they can lock it up.

Inzaghi has 2 weeks to clear his head. Our big suit managers has to simply ask him what the F is going on in our gk area.
 

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Pochettino is another loser who would lose the dressing room in record time. I've seen enough Inter to understand that we only succeed when led by hard, uncompromising cunts who thrive on creating an 'us against the world' mentality - Mourinho, Conte, Simeone, etc.

Tuchel is the only manager who even remotely fits the bill, and we straight up cannot afford him. I don't want to burn Deki out now, he looks like he could have a good coaching career.

Unless top 4 is genuinely in jeopardy, we should probably stick with Inzaghi until the summer. Hopefully, with a new ownership, we can attract someone like Tuchel, Zidane, Flick (post WC maybe?), Simeone, etc. What I am increasingly sure of is that we should part ways with Simone at the end of the year at the latest. He just seems to be in over his head.
 
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