Gasperini: Regrets over Inter

by | Nov 5, 2014 16:05

Gian Piero Gasperini admits to having regrets about his experience at Inter in 2011, as he targets his Genoa surpassing Sampdoria.

Gian Piero Gasperini admits to having regrets about his experience at Inter in 2011, as he targets his Genoa surpassing Sampdoria.

The current Grifone boss lasted in the Nerazzurro hotseat for only 87 days, before being dismissed by then President Massimo Moratti after a defeat in Novara.

 “Yes, I still have regrets over Inter,” Gasperini has reflected to Gazzetta TV today.

“It was a huge chance for me and I should have made the most of it.

“But I didn’t have enough time to work – at the beginning there was an initial rejection about some ideas that eventually proved to be not that wrong.

“The club has changed a lot now – there is a new President and a lot of new players.

“I can imagine the pressure Walter Mazzarri is under at the moment, but he is still a very knowledgeable Coach.

“I believe that the situation Inter and Milan are in is just temporary. Both teams appear to be well structured and I think they can do much better than now.

“It’s just the start, so I think that they will be back where they belong in the table.”

Gasperini’s Genoa side instead is flying high at the moment in the table with 18 points amassed after 10 games.

City rivals Sampdoria won the derby this season and sit just one point clear in front of the Grifoni.

“I think that the whole city and environment of Genoa deserve credit for what Sampdoria and Genoa are doing right now.

“This is a football city and there are so many season ticket holders on both sides.

“The two teams doing well is a reward for a difficult moment for the city with the two teams giving their people something to smile about.

“I’ve always said that Sampdoria are a good side. Sinisa Mihajlovic has picked them up, and then conveyed some style and competitiveness to a strong team.

“But the city rivalry is there and we’ll do our best to overtake them in the table.”

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