Inter Give Their Coach Final Chances Before Dismissal

Simone Inzaghi isn’t facing an immediate risk of getting fired by Inter, but he’ll need better results in the upcoming matches to save his job. The management tried to rally the troops after the loss to Fiorentina, the third in a row in Serie A. The brass analyzed the game along with the boss and the squad Sunday. However, that happens routinely, Sky informs.

The Nerazzurri have already been defeated ten times in league play. It’s their worst tally since the 2015/2016 season. They had three different coaches on the bench that year, Frank de Boer, Stefano Vecchi, and Stefano Pioli. One of their main problems is that the attack has stopped producing. They averaged 2.6 goals per game before the World Cup, just one afterward.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter would rather finish the season with Inzaghi at the helm and choose their next manager in the summer. However, they’d be ready to pull the trigger if they didn’t turn things around in the next three matches. They will face Juventus in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semifinals Tuesday, then Salernitana, and finally Benfica in Champions League.

If their going didn’t change, they’d turn to a caretaker manager to try salvaging the situation in the final month of the campaign. Primavera boss Christian Chivu would be the clear favorite. Legend Walter Zenga might also be considered. Instead, Esteban Cambiasso took himself out of the running.

Our Take on Inter and Inzaghi

A couple of their recent slip-ups were unlucky since they created more than enough. However, they are close to the point where the front office needs to shake things up just to prove that they aren’t sitting on their hands.

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