Win, The Only Way ‘Blue Black’ Answers Critics
Milan – Performance heaving Inter Milan this season makes them never free from criticism, even from his own supporters. This weekend at the San Paolo the “haunted”, the Nerazzurri need to win in order to answer that criticism.
Substitution coach this season seems to have also brought significant changes to Inter. After firing Walter Mazzarri in November last, Inter certainly expect much in the figure Roberto Mancini, the coach who never gave them three Scudetto.
But in fact, until now, even the fairly Mancini can not do better than Mazzarri, except be a “magnet” for the arrival of new players such as Lukas Podolski big name and Xherdan Shaqiri.
Simply look at the average points of Inter during Mancini held no better than when it was handled Mazzarri, namely 1.35 versus 1.45 per game.
Inter position in the standings has been no significant improvement when they were thrown into the 9th position with 35 points from 25 matches. Inter must be willing dikangkangi clubs like Torino, Genoa, Sampdoria, Fiorentina and Lazio. Even they must painful exit from Napoli in the quarterfinal round of the Coppa Italia with goals in the final minutes.
So naturally, if the Inter fans started hot and not infrequently they whistled at his own team while playing at the Giuseppe Meazza, like when they lost 0-1 to Fiorentina last week.
Supporters then sue Mancini make radical changes in the remaining three months of this competition, if you do not want to miss playing in Europe next season. The mission should begin this weekend when Beneamata visited haunted place for them, the San Paolo.
Yes, headquarters in Naples was certainly not friendly for Inter since the last time they won was in 1997 with a score of 2-0. After the Inter maximum achieved only two draw and six defeats.
Even in the last four meetings in Serie A, Inter never with two draws and two defeats. All this bad record would be increasingly difficult for the sake of the mission of the Inter win their mental mendongrak.
But inevitably the penggawa Inter struggling in total in order to get the three points they desperately needed at this time, as well as to answer the criticism that exist.
“Many players are sometimes performed very poorly or appear mediocre, but here in Italy seem too excessive criticism. I try not to think about it,” said Inter midfielder, Mateo Kovacic, as quoted by Football Italia.