Pressure mounts on Inter coach Inzaghi as Zhang unhappy for two reasons


Inter boss Simone Inzaghi is under pressure following four defeats in eight Serie A games, but according to Gazzetta, President Steven Zhang is also unhappy with the coach’s claims on the eve of the game with Roma.

The Nerazzurri have only collected 12 points in eight Serie A matches, losing the last two against Udinese and Roma.

Pressure mounts on Inter boss Inzaghi who insisted Inter played the ‘best game of the season’ against the Giallorossi yesterday.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter President Steven Zhang is not considering sacking the coach, but Inzaghi is ‘under scrutiny’ with the club owner expecting a turnaround before the World Cup break.

According to the report, Zhang is unhappy also due to Inzaghi’s statements before the match against the Giallorossi.

The ex-Lazio tactician said on Saturday that: “Wherever I go, trophies arrive, while incomes increase and losses decrease.”

Gazzetta claims Zhang didn’t discuss the matter with Inzaghi but didn’t like his claims, especially because he got involved in financial issues which are not among his duties.

Meantime, #InzaghiOut is trending on Twitter in Italy, with pressure mounting on the Italian tactician ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash against Barcelona at San Siro.

4 Comments on “Pressure mounts on Inter coach Inzaghi as Zhang unhappy for two reasons”

  1. Time for inzaghi to go although I’m not sure who could replace him at this moment , he has seriously lost the plot this season, time for suning to sell the club too

  2. I don’t remember the last time the Mr has won the Italian championship with the Lazio always 4 or the 7or 8 place I think he should leave the team and let them play the way they have been playing with the prior coach not the way the are playing now the rithem is not totally different it’s like Lazio play no mr you are wrong about this team this inter if you want to go places.

  3. Inzaghi isn’t the problem, the ethos of the club of getting highly paid players in is wrong. Rebuild the way Maldini did at Milan. Sell the overpaid players, keep those that love the club. Milan’s highest paid player is on 90k pw. Zlatan is only on 36k! Follow Maldinis example

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