Inter Milan have been one of the teams in the race for the Italian Serie A title for the 2015-16 season. The club have been living up to the tradition of Italian clubs being very defensive.
Inter Milan slipped to a new low after a 1-1 draw against Parma. This was the second consecutive match in which they have failed to win and it asks further questions about manager Roberto Mancini.
He was the much hyped a replacement for Walter Mazzarri, who had failed to deliver after more than 18 months at the club. Mazzarri witnessed the club slip away from the Champions League places and out of Europe altogether. It looks like Mancini will be unable to get the club back into at least Europa league football for the next campaign.
Roberto Mancini took over as the replacement for Walter Mazzarri back in November, but he has managed only one victory in the league since his return to Inter Milan.
The former Manchester City boss won several league titles with Inter in his first spell. Several reasons have been attributed for Inter being unable to perform at a high standard even after a managerial change and one of them is the lack of understanding to the manager’s philosophy. Mancini says that the players need to understand his requirements quickly in order to start winning matches.
Inter Milan recently brought back Roberto Mancini for a second spell at the club in order to replace Walter Mazzarri, who was sacked just into the international break.
Mancini’s return to the San Siro has been marked with one of the games of the campaign. Their match against archrivals AC Milan on Sunday night was seen as a major chance for Mancini to get confidence back into the team.
Inter Milan recently returned to winning ways after a 1-0 win over Torino, which helped boost the chances of catching Napoli in the table. There still remains a significant points difference between Inter Milan and Walter Mazzarri’s previous club, but the manager says that it is still quite conceivable that the club finished in the top three.
After a 1-1 draw with Cagliari, Inter Milan manager Walter Mazzarri revealed that he wants to end the season on a high. The club had brought in Mazzarri is the replacement for Andrea Stramaccioni in the summer.
After a great start to life under the former Napoli manager, the club has struggled with much like the recent seasons since November. This has seen them not only slip out of contention for the Champions league qualifying spots, but also from the Europa league contention as well. This has put the club in real danger of missing out on another season of European football.
The manager of Inter Milan, Walter Mazzarri, has said that the main reason behind his team’s defeat in the Serie A match against Lazio was the decisions of the referee.
Inter lost that game by a close margin of 0-1 and moved down to no. 6 in the points table.
A few controversial decisions were made by the referee in the game and all of them went against Inter. So, Mazzarri’s disappointment can be understood. He reckons that Dias should have been sent off for the foul that he committed on one of his players and his team should have been awarded a penalty.
After taking from Andrea Stramaccioni in the summer, new Inter Milan manager Walter Mazzarri has said that he is so far happy with what he has seen from his team in the pre-season matches.
Inter Milan have endured one of the worst seasons in their history as a team are close to finishing ninth in the table. This would mean no European football for the team next season, while it is also looking highly unlikely that they will be able to attract big names in the summer.
There is a lot of pressure on the young manager Andrea Stramaccioni, who was given the job almost 2 years ago. He has accepted the blame for the poor season and he would understand the reasons if he were to get the sack this summer.
The Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers his closing in on his second major signing of the January transfer window after the club reportedly agreed a fee with the Italian club Inter Milan over the sale of the Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho.
The 20-year-old is regarded as one of the best young prospects in world football, but he has found first team opportunities limited at the Italian club. He spent the last season on loan at the Spanish club Espanyol, but it has failed to make him be one of the first choice players in the eyes of the manager Andrea Stramaccioni.