Next to nothing? I guess your standards are pretty fucking high here. There are multiple players in Serie A who have been Inter youth players. Getting to Serie A level is IMO pretty fucking good in the end given how many players there are eventually not making it to highest level of that particular country.
What really bothers me about Inzaghi are the drops in the team's performances from one game to the next. In one match, they play Milan off the park and three days later they go missing in action against Sampdoria. How do we account for that? Is it down to tiredness and the lack of viable options off the bench to rotate? Is it a sign that psychologically, the team are not well prepared because they almost always struggle against smaller teams. Either way, I feel it is on Inzaghi to have the players mentally ready for their next challenge.
I am pretty sure that if we had Conte last season with a seven point lead halfway through the season, we would have won last season's Scudetto. In relation to this season, we might not have been able to keep pace with Napoli but we would definitely have been in better shape than we are at this point with Inzaghi. One thing that I appreciated about the Hunchback of Turin is that when we suffered a poor result, we almost always hit back in the next game.
What matters is getting through not how easily you do it. You don't get anything extra for winning 7-0.
Chelsea 2012. They won CL but finished 6th in the league. Tottenham was 4th and had to play in Europa league the following yearI don't think that's the way the rule works. I believe if we finish 5th and win the UCL, five Italian teams get in. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.