Inter ultras meet with Inzaghi and the squad ahead of Roma clash

A group of Inter ultras visited the club’s training ground in Appiano Gentile to meet with Simone Inzaghi and some of the players ahead of tomorrow’s game against Roma.

The Nerazzurri’s season has not started particularly well, with the team suffering three losses in their opening seven games. Pressure is starting to grow in the streets of the Lombardy capital and banners recently appeared in Milan calling on president Steven Zhang and his family to sell the club.

As detailed by Corriere dello Sport, a number of Inter ultras wanted to make their feelings clear today in Appiano Gentile, meeting with Inzaghi and some of the squad to discuss the poor start to the season and the importance of tomorrow’s game against Roma.

The ultras blame the club’s management more than the coach or players, but they still wanted to highlight the importance of the clash with the Giallorossi in person.

Inter have not lost to Roma since February 2017 and they’ll be desperate for all three points in tomorrow’s match as they look to right the ship in the Lombardy capital.

5 Comments on “Inter ultras meet with Inzaghi and the squad ahead of Roma clash”

  1. @R. Bonora yeah sure what? Inzaghi is starting Dzeko who will be marked by Smalling. Ibanez will mark Lautaro. Cancel those two right off the bat. Then what? Where is Inter‘s offense going to come from?

    Roma is going to come in waves. Zaniolo is back and Handanovic is starting thanks to Inzaghi.

    Roma 4-0 Inter

  2. @Inter Fanatic have seen how Correa plays Inter will have a chance if they start with Dzeko-Lautaro then if Inter are not winning before the stupid Inzaghi makes the predictable Correa sub then Inter will lose. But if he starts Correa inter have a 99.99% chance of losing. Dzeko is old and slow but reliable and intelligent enough to make important decisions since Lukaku is not interested in playing until after the World Cup Dzeko-Lautaro is the best option.

  3. What? What has Correa done to make you think Inter wins if he plays? He hasn’t shown anything yet and this is his second season here. Dzeko, who has been bad, plays ahead of him because Correa has been worse.

    I don’t see the logic of your post.

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