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


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Everybody PANIC!!!
Chill guys the man has not even lead his first training and we re all already acting like it ss the end of the world?
He s not a high profile guy but not a bad coach Imho did well at Lazio and also his Bologna side was not bad I know he got fired in his last year in jan and Bologna got relegated. But he also finished 9th with them in his first year and the year bevore that they finished 16 so he s not all that bad.
I guess my point is give the man a chance bevore you crucify him.
 

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Yes, probably this is the right caracterisation. He is a normal coach.
But Marcelino is a good coach. Not the upper echelon like Pepe, Mou or Klopp. In the next category with Tuchel, Pochettino.

What is ironic! When Valencia fired their coach, I was pretty sure they will go after Marcelino. But they hired Prandelli. Would they have hired Matcelino, probably Prandelli would have been our next coach. And by the way, it's much better than Pioli.
Marcelino was Valencia first choice. He would have got the job if the Spanish League hadn't blocked the move. That's why they went after Prandelli. If Prandelli was available he would have definitely been our next coach. Ausilio wanted him to replace Mancini in August.
 

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You guys can be happy that Pioli is avaiable because today we would take Guidolini or Zenga.
 

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You guys can be happy that Pioli is avaiable because today we would take Guidolini or Zenga.

Gudolin he was good he is not a clown the man is just sick its why he left udinese too but he is not comparable with zenga and zola those two are so bad its painful they failed everywhere. I also would like to take the oppurtunity to mock palermo's coach de zerbi lol

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Pioli's contract is until 2018 CdS
 

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You guys can be happy that Pioli is avaiable because today we would take Guidolini or Zenga.

Can you explain me why is Pioli better than Guidolin?
 

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Because he never wanted to go in a big club. I can accept the love for Udinese but he never wanted to make big things tbh

Serie B coach, for me.
 

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Disappointed it isn't to be Marcelino. Anyway Pioli will be no worse than de Boer.
 

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Disappointed it isn't to be Marcelino. Anyway Pioli will be no worse than de Boer.

Me too I woke up really happy today and then I read that pioli is our coach, I didn't study after all the whole day seems ruined. Pioli is good don't get me wrong but to get him for two years is madness because what experience does he have in building a team? Marcelino built his team from the second division to the la liga sixth place to the semifinal of europa league and naturally they went to the cl and they have an identity. We need that for me wining the scudetto while nice is not the priority, the priority is to have a team with an identity that reaches the champions league and improves every year with marcelino I see a blueprint of what we can be but with pioli I see a team that mite make the cl but nothing more if we make it we won't do well.

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Pioli I guess represents to me a temporary fix for a problem only its not permanent, and I don't see how pioli will do anything useful for the future if he is a yes man since the reports said he agreed to suning's market terms which practically means he doesn't have much say. I am hoping that lotito behaves like usual bitch he is and does sth to make us not sign pioli so we get marcelino but it won't happen since lotito wants to stop paying pioli money so termination is his interest, and maybe pioli is for the best.
 

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Anyway Pioli will be no worse than de Boer.

Yes, i think its a argument which we all should agree. The playing style from De Boer needed to much time. The way he plays is in Italy difficult, i dont think that we ever would have win something with De Boer. Its like Garcia with Roma...

Our team is really good. If you look at Allegri.. cmon, this team was build be Conte. And conte isnt even a top coach to me. A team needs only the perfect coach for the system and league. If Pioli is the right man? We will see. He also uses 433 and 4312 so good for Inter. There is not really a reason why he should be treated like that. Im reading posts every day here, bascialy no one knows how he trained at Lazio.
 

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The success of Juventus comes down to their proper management and working environment. It's all top-down and the coach just one piece of the puzzle. It's neither Conte's or Allegri's squads. Even a guy like Mancini would have success there.
 

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Guidolin is a great coach and a greater man, but I was worried (about his health) when I heard his name was rumoured for the casting.

As someone said somewhere, after a few weeks of Inter they would have found him in a state of catatonia, inside a closet of Appiano Gentile, while he recites the names of all the winners of the Giro d'Italia, year by year (cyclism is his true passion and metaphor of life).

His career is beautiful and melancholy as it is: it probably would have turned to drama.
 

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I kind of agree with the premise of hiring an Italian, because hiring a foreigner who doesn't know the league or speak the language at this point in time is basically asking for failure. We need results now, and can't afford another learning curve.

With that being said, Pioli completely lost the locker room at Lazio so I'm not too confident.
 

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The question is: Which coach at Lazio doesnt lost the locker room? Tare and Lotito are two clowns, its normal.
 

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Someone who knows the league or speaks Italian really worked out so well for us in the past...
 

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Honestly we don't need an amazing manager we need someone who can keep the squad focused and field a decent 11, the team is good we just need some belief. Tonight I noticed the players' body language every time someone makes a mistake their head was down, hopefully we can build some confidence.
 

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I kind of agree with the premise of hiring an Italian, because hiring a foreigner who doesn't know the league or speak the language at this point in time is basically asking for failure. We need results now, and can't afford another learning curve.

With that being said, Pioli completely lost the locker room at Lazio so I'm not too confident.

That is exactly what we need now. A learning curve! Someone who can shape an identity. Because in this moment we are headless chicken. I could accept a failure year in results if I see an identity, a pattern how this team go further.
Marcelino could have give us that (see Villareal).
Pioli until now made nothing to make me believe that
 

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The success of Juventus comes down to their proper management and working environment. It's all top-down and the coach just one piece of the puzzle. It's neither Conte's or Allegri's squads. Even a guy like Mancini would have success there.

Nothing worked for them before Conte came, their fans were calling for Marotta's head for several seasons at that time.

Even there transfers didn't look good then, Vidal asides, Pirlo Lichsteiner and Vucinic all seemed average. But then Conte came and somehow everything clicked for them. You can't just deny Conte's contribution and it was huge.
 

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That is exactly what we need now. A learning curve! Someone who can shape an identity. Because in this moment we are headless chicken. I could accept a failure year in results if I see an identity, a pattern how this team go further.
Marcelino could have give us that (see Villareal).
Pioli until now made nothing to make me believe that

I agree; what we need is a systematic shift in philosophy to focus on a long-term project. But our owners don't want that, so we (as fans) have to choose among the current options.

I can sit here and complain for hours about our management philosophy, but given their current plan we need to skip the adaption phase as much as possible.
 

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Yes, i think its a argument which we all should agree. The playing style from De Boer needed to much time. The way he plays is in Italy difficult, i dont think that we ever would have win something with De Boer. Its like Garcia with Roma...

Our team is really good. If you look at Allegri.. cmon, this team was build be Conte. And conte isnt even a top coach to me. A team needs only the perfect coach for the system and league. If Pioli is the right man? We will see. He also uses 433 and 4312 so good for Inter. There is not really a reason why he should be treated like that. Im reading posts every day here, bascialy no one knows how he trained at Lazio.

You start to lose me: Conte is not a top coach, Guidolin is serie B coach, Marcelino also it's not for your taste!
Hmm... Which one is good for you?
 
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