Simone Inzaghi

Will Simone Inzaghi win a Scudetto at Inter?


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vasilios

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Destined for the ball. When you grow up in a small village close to Piacenza and have a brother three years your senior, it is likely that you dream of one thing and only thing only, much like him: football. The Piacenza shirt, autographs from centre-forwards, who were idols to be emulated for those whose rooms were decorated with Biancorossi scarves and flags; a photo with them was an object of true desire. San Nicolò: the river Trebbia separated them from Piacenza’s Galleana - 5 kilometres away from home - the ground that inspired the Inzaghi brothers. Between walks in the woods in search of mushrooms and days spent fishing, football would always come out on top. Anywhere and in any way. In the courtyard or the attic, on earthen pitches or gravel.

Simone and a continuous task: scoring goals. In the youngest age group team with the local club in San Nicolò, he finished the season with 92 goals. 92! His aim in life was certain from a young age: becoming a footballer. A natural next step was Piacenza with his first childhood dream coming true. In addition to paying the cost of his subscription, upon Simone’s departure, San Nicolò also received 40 footballs, training tops and some new nets for the goals.

Intertwining memories, which define Simone Inzaghi’s playing career. Loan spells with Carpi, Novara, Brescello and Lumezzane before breaking into the first team at his hometown club Piacenza. He scored 15 goals in Serie A in 1998 at just 22 years of age. He then made the move to Lazio, where he would - with his huge goals - help them on their way to a historic Scudetto in 2000. Simone Inzaghi also won three Coppa Italia titles are three Italian Supercups as a player and also became the Biancocelesti’s record goalscorer in European competitions and the first Italian player ever to score four goals in a single Champions League game (14 March 2000, Lazio 5-1 Marseille).

Once his playing career ended in 2010, Inzaghi instantly made the switch to management. His coaching career began in the 2010/11 season as part of Lazio’s youth set-up, before becoming the head coach of the Primavera side (two Coppa Italia titles and one Supercup). Then, in April 2016, he landed the first-team job. He had seven games left in that season, with which to secure his place for the following campaign. He would go on to coach Lazio for another five seasons, winning the Coppa Italia in 2019 and two Supercoppa titles (2017 and 2019). He also brought Champions League football back to the capital-city club with a fourth-place finish in 2020.

Simone Inzaghi, who made three appearances for Italy as a player, is ready to depart on a new, exciting adventure: as the head coach of Inter.
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Not really a fan, but on the other hand we have no money and this is our new reality.
 

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Welcome.

Atleast is not Pippo
 

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He'll do as well as the support he has.

Hopefully we don't fuck the roster up very much.
 

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Welcome Mister
 

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Welcome Simone! I would like to be pleasantly surprised. As of right now, I’m reasonably pessimistic about this. I wish him all the luck in the world though, hope we hit the ground running with the game and mentality of champions. FORZA INTER!!!
 

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Welcome mister, good luck


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Cautiously optimistic!

Also thanks to vasilios for posting the link in the closed thread :)
 

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Zero expectations for next season in terms of big stuff. Unless something disastrous happens and that would mean our top four is in serious danger he should be given absolute trust, and yeah hopefully we don't weaken the team too much for him.
 

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Not bad for a care taker. Hope we get a CL spot, as for CL it can’t possibly get any worse than ending last in group stage :rolleyes:

Which reminds me..
Our new project

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I’m also cautiously optimistic, however, usually when I have a shred of optimism, it comes back to punch me in the face. Forza Inter nonetheless!
 

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My expectations: develop young and unknown players like he did in Lazio and do better in Italian Cup and Champions League than Conte. When it comes to the Italian League, I think fighting for the scudetto till the end will be difficult, Allegri's Juve will be tough opponent.
I just hope for long-term project and few years with Simone, I'm tired of changing the coaches every year / every two years.
 

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Sell Brozo and get SMS.*



*If sufficient funds are available in the accounts.
 

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Welcome!! Don’t be a Cunt like Cunte
 

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My expectations: develop young and unknown players like he did in Lazio and do better in Italian Cup and Champions League than Conte. When it comes to the Italian League, I think fighting for the scudetto till the end will be difficult, Allegri's Juve will be tough opponent.
I just hope for long-term project and few years with Simone, I'm tired of changing the coaches every year / every two years.

That depends on how the clubs reinforce. With this squad Allegri's Juve won't struggle as much as Pirlo's did, but still they won't be a clear favorite over the rest.

I want to see a competitive Inter who fight till the end, and their gameplay is not static and dull. If that wins us a title good, if not then at least I know that the team gave their all and didnt go chickenshit.
 

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I like Inzaghi, i think he is the best pick in italy, apart from Allegri (who Inter couldnt attract with a reduced budget anyways).

Will Inter be favourites next season? No, but that will have more to do with sellintg 1-2 big names and Rubentus getting Allegri, than replacing Conte with Inzaghi.

Even if Conte had stayed despite losing a star player or two, Rubentus with Allegri would be favourites for next season.

Serie A should be very interesting next season on paper. Inter getting weaker, while Rube, Atalanta getting stronger. Then we have Spaletti at Napoli, who surely have players suited for his type of football plus Mou at Roma, i dont even know what to expect from that. Very difficult to make predictions, though sadly Rube probably have a slight advantage with Allegri. Sarri at Lazio is another potential great fit.

Could be the most exciting Serie A in decades.
 

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If Inzaghi subs off Barella and Lukaku in the dying minutes of a 2-2 derby and we end up losing, I will never let him hear the end of it. Leave that Lazio cowardice at Lazio.
 
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