Perpetual Managers Rumours Thread

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


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stankovic, blanc, cannavaro...or what about vilas boas, "the special two". We were "dreaming" to get him 10 years ago :yao:
 

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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.
i will never understand this hype over simeone, he's not a good coach and should honestly stay where he is.
 

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i will never understand this hype over simeone, he's not a good coach and should honestly stay where he is.
Well, that's a horrible opinion.

As I was telling Cafe, Juric is the most likely next coach for Inter imo. Marotta doesn't have the money or the gull to sack Inzaghi mid-season. If by some miracle we did pull the trigger I would be fine with Blanc. Tuchel isn't coming here and is just as big of a whiner as Conte.
 

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Blanc would be a massive gamble right now. He hasn't coached anywhere since he left PSG. When was that? 10 years ago?
 

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Well, that's a horrible opinion.

As I was telling Cafe, Juric is the most likely next coach for Inter imo. Marotta doesn't have the money or the gull to sack Inzaghi mid-season. If by some miracle we did pull the trigger I would be fine with Blanc. Tuchel isn't coming here and is just as big of a whiner as Conte.
I’ve been pimping Juric for awhile. Uncompromising, hard as fuck coach. Not a yes man. In fact, he’s the exact opposite. Almost a mini Conte. Similar tactics too with an emphasis on defending and being difficult to break down.

We’re probably stuck with Inzaghi until summer but I could see Juric being in heavy contention depending on how the rest of the season goes.
 

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I'm not sold on Juric. I don't think he can make the jump to a big club.
 

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Blanc seems to be close to Olympiacos so you can probably forget about him as well.
 

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Yeah Juric is the most realistic, I guess.

With or without Zhangs, we probably won't have much to spend anyway next summer so top coaches are out of our reach.

Kicking Inzaghi out midseason means we have totally collapsed, that would be the worst case since the options would be very limited.
 

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Oh boy so this isn’t even the bottom to “total collapse “. Looks like it’s going to be a long season. I guess next thing to expect is a 7-0 thrashing and subs at the 15 min mark
 

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This is not a total collapse. Juventus is total collapse. We lost to Udinese who had 13 points. Juventus lost to Monza who had 1 point.
 

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We should hire someone who has titles under his belt. De Zerbis, Italianos are another Inzaghi. They don't know how to lead a team to scudetto since they have never experienced themselves. I think Pirlo is the best candidate as he ticks all the boxes:
- Has won numerous scudettos and UCL, WC
- Knows Conte ball first-hand, played in 352 himself
- Cheap
- Needles to say, knows Serie A and speaks Italian, hence shouldn't be experiencing miscommunication issues with players.
- Interista :)
 

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Yeah Juric is the most realistic, I guess.

With or without Zhangs, we probably won't have much to spend anyway next summer so top coaches are out of our reach.

Kicking Inzaghi out midseason means we have totally collapsed, that would be the worst case since the options would be very limited.
I'm not sure that keeping Inzaghi is a wise choice though. 1-2 more games with humiliating subs like Udinese's one, and the moral of the players will be below zero.

Pirlo looks to me soft character just like Inzaghi. I don't think he will do something more.
 

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I'm not sure that keeping Inzaghi is a wise choice though. 1-2 more games with humiliating subs like Udinese's one, and the moral of the players will be below zero.

Pirlo looks to me soft character just like Inzaghi. I don't think he will do something more.
Also we need to take into consideration the value our players are losing by underperforming under Inzaghi. Especially for a club like ours that counts its sustainability on selling players.
 

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I'm not sure that keeping Inzaghi is a wise choice though. 1-2 more games with humiliating subs like Udinese's one, and the moral of the players will be below zero.

Pirlo looks to me soft character just like Inzaghi. I don't think he will do something more.
Who's the coach who is available NOW who can get the moral of the players higher?
 
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