Antonio Candreva concedes “something has changed” at Inter since Stefano Pioli took over from Frank de Boer.

The Dutch tactician lasted just 84 days at the helm and was replaced for two games by caretaker manager Stefano Vecchi.

Pioli made his debut at the weekend in a dramatic 2-2 Milan Derby draw.

“Something has changed from the previous Inter side,” confessed Candreva in a Press conference ahead of tomorrow night’s Europa League trip to Hapoel Be’er Sheva.

Antonio Candreva concedes “something has changed” at Inter since Stefano Pioli took over from Frank de Boer.

The Dutch tactician lasted just 84 days at the helm and was replaced for two games by caretaker manager Stefano Vecchi.

Pioli made his debut at the weekend in a dramatic 2-2 Milan Derby draw.

“Something has changed from the previous Inter side,” confessed Candreva in a Press conference ahead of tomorrow night’s Europa League trip to Hapoel Be’er Sheva.

“The Coach asked us not to give the opponent any reference points. The important thing is that we take the same approach as on Sunday night. Hapoel are a very well-organised team.

“We want to make up for the first meeting with Hapoel. We didn’t play like Inter. We cannot be satisfied with the season so far in Italy or in Europe. Fortunately we still have time to improve and we’re here to work hard.

“It’ll be difficult, but nothing is compromised. We want to qualify for the Champions League because we deserve to be in this competition. Now we have started a new era with this Coach.”

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