Inter Milan - Bringing Back The Glory Days

gmizzi
72 posts Park Captain
Welcome to my new career mode with Inter Milan, where I am going to try and bring back the glory days.

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CONTE SACKED

After keeping their inconsistency of the recent years, with no trophies even with one of the top managers in football, Suning has decided to sack Antonio Conte. Now the race begins with 5 managers are being considered as the next manager of the Nerazzurri.

Max Allegri
The former Juventus manager Max Allegri is being considered as one of the favourites to take Conte's place at Inter Milan and stop the dominance of his former club in his country.

Luciano Spalletti
A return for Luciano Spalletti is also being considered by Suning. Spalletti managed to get back Champions League football nights at Inter during his time at the club.

Mauricio Pocchettino
The man who carried Tottenham Hotspur to a Champions League final is also being monitored by Inter to bring back the glory days for this club.

Niko Kovac
Croatian manager Niko Kovac is also in the run to become the next Inter manager.

Unai Emery
After failing at Arsenal, Unai Emery is being considered to take another chance at a high aiming club.

CHOOSE THE NEXT INTER MANAGER HERE: https://strawpoll.com/cw6kbxdc

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Comments

  • Danimal5981
    2504 posts Fans' Favourite
    Good to see new people. Hope you can keep it up: this segment could use it.
  • ElMarcos
    322 posts Sunday League Hero
    Pocchentino would be great. He could change the style of play and therefore the whole face of Inter.
  • gmizzi
    72 posts Park Captain
    MAROTTA AGREES TERMS WITH KOVAC

    Inter director, Giuseppe Marotta has agreed terms for the following season with the former Bayern Munich manager, Niko Kovac. In his first comments as the new Inter boss, the Croatian stated the following:

    "I am honored to be offered this job at this fantastic club. Now it's the time that this club takes the step up and start challenging again for honors both in Italy and in Europe."

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  • gmizzi
    72 posts Park Captain
    PRE-SEASON

    Kovac's journey with Inter started with the European Champions Cup pre-season tournament. In the group stages Inter were drawn with Everton, Ajax and Leicester City.

    Things did not start well for the Croatian manager as he has lost the first three friendly matches. Even if he played with the reserve squad, the management thinks that he should have done better.

    STARTING LINEUP FOR ALL 3 FRIENDLIES
    4-2-3-1

    Padelli; Bastoni, Ranocchia, Biraghi, D'Ambrosio; Gagliardini,Vecino; Asamoah,Valero,Moses; Esposito

    Inter 1-2 Everton
    Esposito 78' (I); Digne 36' Sigurdsson 86' (E)

    Ajax 3-2 Inter
    Neres 8' 43' 74' (A); Asamoah 14' Valero 69' (I)

    Inter 0-4 Leicester City
    Perez 14' Vardy 44' 87' Gray 59' (L)

    After the tournament Kovac met director Marotta to discuss some signings for the following season. After the meeting it was announces that Kovac has requested the Inter director to bring better full backs and also a top player who can help the club both on the pitch and in the marketing industry.

    Who do you think these signings will be? Can Inter compete with Juventus for the Scudetto?

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  • Danimal5981
    2504 posts Fans' Favourite
    If I were the people at Inter, I'd go for a good winger, a good left wing back and a good central defender.

    winger: Rashica (Bremen), Chiesa (Fiorentina), Pavon (LAX)
    left wing back: Tagliafico (Ajax)
    central defender: Ruben Dias (Benfica)

    David Alaba (Bayern) would cover both
  • maestro_08
    37 posts Last Pick at the Park
    Marcos Alonso or Kurzawa might be a good addition to the squad.
  • gmizzi
    72 posts Park Captain
    edited April 3
    TRANSFER UPDATE

    After a disastrous pre-season, the Inter management worked really hard to try and get the players in the positions required by manager Niko Kovac. The first transfer is that of Marcos Alonso from Chelsea, which will definitely be a boost on the left wing.

    The top player who has shocked the world, is no other than LIONEL MESSI who has signed for Inter for €136.5m. This big boost will definitely make Inter one of the top contenders for the league title and challenge Ronaldo's Juventus.

    ALL TRANSFERS

    IN - Marcos Alonso (from Chelsea - 18m), Lionel Messi (from Barcelona - 136.5m)

    OUT - Kwadwo Asamoah (to Atalanta - 10.2m), Alessandro Bastoni (on loan to Ajax), Antonio Candreva (to Lazio - 11.2m), Andrea Ranocchia (to Trabzonspor - 5.5m), Borja Valero (to Fiorentina (4.2m), Roberto Gagliardini (to West Ham - 12.7m)

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  • Danimal5981
    2504 posts Fans' Favourite
    Messi to Inter was a loud rumor back in 2018. If he'd ever make a move away from Barça, Inter would indeed a plausible candidate (or maybe a season back at Newell's)
  • gmizzi
    72 posts Park Captain
    ROUND-UP OF THE FIRST GAMES

    MD1

    Inter 3-0 Lecce
    Lukaku 20' 25', De Vrij 45'

    MD2
    Cagliari 1-1 Inter
    Nainggolan 33' ; Lukaku 19'

    MD3
    Inter 4-0 Udinese
    Messi 12' 43', Lukaku 63' 71'

    UCL MD1
    Inter 4-0 Slavia Prague
    Lukaku 20', Brozovic 42' 75', Messi 56'

    MD5
    Milan 0-1 Inter
    Lukaku 81'

    MD6
    Inter 4-0 Lazio
    Martinez 32', Lukaku 42' 76', Messi 90'

    MD7
    Sampdoria 0-3 Inter
    Messi 25' 87', Martinez 50'

    Current Standings

    1. Juventus - 18 pts
    2. Inter - 16 pts
    3. Roma - 16 pts
    4. Napoli - 14 pts

    A good start for Kovac, with the next two games set to be away against Barcelona and at home against Juventus, can Inter prove themselves to be one of the competitive teams in Italy and in Europe?

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