Inter Milan slipped to a new low


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.

The club are already almost 10 points behind the final Europa League qualification spot. Despite this, Mancini says that he is not ready to give up on his Inter Milan work just yet. This is his second spell at the San Siro and Mancini says that it will take at least a year before the club are playing in the way he wants them to play. Inter have spent a substantial amount of money last January in revamping the squad. They are expected to spend more in the coming summer. Some of the signings made in January like Shaqiri have been excellent for the club.

"I’m at a brilliant club. I think we can get back to being competitive. To experience a year without trophies is not a huge deal if you're building a top team.There will be 300 days or so without trophies and in that time we’ll work to make the team stronger. Quitting Inter isn't in my plans.When the team and I spoke before the Parma match, the players knew it was the worst match we could face. Parma had nothing to lose,” said Mancini, who reportedly has a release clause in his contract that would allow him to leave on a free.