- Jun 14, 2019
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That Porto tie is very important now
As is that Juventus matchup in the Coppa
As is that Juventus matchup in the Coppa
We are lucky that our rivals are worse than us. But in an extreme scenario of us missing out on Champions League football for next season, eventually sacking him would mean that we would bring in even a worse coach.If we miss top 4, he has to leave.
This is the main reason to sack him if he misses top 4. Our rivals have worse squads than us.
Yes. Jube maybe have better, but they are so behind, and this should be fair enough to compensate. Milan have like 3 players, who made their play, Theo, Girou and Leao + sometimes Tonali and Bennacer. Lazio and Roma are worse no doubt about it. And on the top of that, we need to get one of 3 spots to do it. There are no excuses if he fails.
Are you sure we have better squad than the rest ?
I think we were plenty fired up in the first half last night. And generally we start the games with the right mindset, even against smaller clubs. The problem is the half time break, by that time the opponents have warmed up and the impression factor of facing a big club has disappeared plus they are employing a contingency plan for whatever we are doing. That's when Simone shits the bed, he doesn't adjust well on the fly, and of course like you said, he doesn't motivate the squad at that point at all. And this is not something you can change, you can't fake charisma and character. He is one of the boys instead of someone the players will yearn to impress like with Conte.What kills me about Inzaghi is he is very close to being a top level manager. However his ability to motivate and inspire his players is virtually non existent.
He is tactically a phenomenal coach. Very rarely do we play a game where we’re vastly outplayed. However holy shit when we aren’t vs a top side and he actually has to fire the squad up he is atrocious.
Conte was an absolute master at man motivation. Players treated a game vs Cagliari like a derby. With Inzaghi you can physically see the lack of fire and frustration vs lower teams. I still have faith in him to win us the Coppa and potentially reach the QF of UCL. Hopefully he does.
I don't know about that. I think overall that's his biggest issue. His starting setup is more often than not good enough, as you have said very rarely we get outplayed, but devil is in the details and often times we don't have one more higher gear to go cos we always start in the highest possible one.He is tactically a phenomenal coach
Sadly he might be fired even if he reaches the top4. I really feel for the dude, on one hand his teams drop in form throughout the season, but he also does quite well in cup tournaments.If we miss top 4, he has to leave.
I really don't think coach could do anything tonight. We have more then enough chances, but simply we don't have players who can finish the action with the goal.
No balls to "raise the bet" and get the ball into the net! No plan B, no other formation or alternative tactic(s).20+ shots. The coach isn't the problem.
This seems to be what Curva Nord also think:What should be a motivating, morale-boosting win to build upon, instead becomes a routine marker for an upcoming predictable capitulation. The only conclusion that can possibly be drawn from this is that the players themselves are simply just cunts while Limone himself can not motivate them to approach the small games with the necessary effort.
Inzaghi needs to change his approach towards the players if he wants to continue at this club.Inter‘s Curva Nord ultras blamed coach Simone Inzaghi after Monday’s 0-0 draw against strugglers Sampdoria: ‘He doesn’t motivate the team.’
The Nerazzurri are 15 points below table leaders Napoli and only three above Milan who sit fifth on goal difference. Ultras reacted to the draw at Marassi with a statement published on Instagram where they blamed the Italian tactician.
“The dull draw against the second-last in the table once again proves that Mr Inzaghi is not able to motivate his players against ‘small’ teams,” the statement reads.
“We saw a small team mentality, especially in the second half when he stuck to his system rather than playing with three strikers. We are Inter; opponents should fear us.
“We should be aggressive and demonstrate superiority. On the other hand, we look like a small team who are happy with a draw. We wasted three vital points and three teams are ready to catch us after the next misstep.”
Darmian. And that just shows you how shit we are.I think all of FIF agrees that Inzaghi is not a world class coach and couldn't motivate a drowning man into a life raft. Inzaghi has his limits as predetermined by his personality, he's not going to change to Conte or Simeone over night so that is a pointless discussion.
For me he did enough to win last night, whether or not bastoni played instead of Acerbi or if DiMarco started instead of Gosens is besides the point. We had ample opportunity to score. According to FIF these are world class players, most of who trained under a wining coach. The blame should lie with them primarily. Players like Lukaku, our marquee player, who has managed 1 goal in 10 games and some how Inzaghi is the sole problem. Guys need to get it into their heads, no coach is perfect. The players need to be relied on when the coach comes up short.
For as long as I've been an inter fan we've always had players to carry us through difficult moments: Milito, ibra, R9, Vieri, Adriano, Lukaku, Sneijder, etc. Someone who the manager could turn to for a solution. With this squad, who is that player?