Inter CEO Beppe Marotta spoke into microphones Sky Italia (Across market transfer) after the disappointing defeat of his team at the hands of Bayern Munich in the opening match of the UEFA Champions League. The CEO highlighted a slew of topics, including the corona around the team, conversations revolving around the dismissal of Simone Inzaghi, and the current drop in form.
However, he first addressed the question of the possible gap between Italian and foreign teams.
“You always have to be realistic, every defeat leads to a more accurate analysis of problems. As a manager, you have to plan comparisons that always give you something positive for the future. Unbeatable teams with Bayern? Serie A is second in the standings. The overwhelming strength of the Premier League and other competitions. It is also represented by its financial support.”
Then talk at length about NerazzurriAnnoying shape lately.
We must go in search of our faults. Power outage for the team? Anxiety should not lead to fears or apprehensions, the analysis should be in-depth and we need the courage to make important choices like the ones made yesterday by my introspection. We need to grow collectively. The coach is also a group manager who has to handle the pressures of multiple matches with short transitions at the moment. He has a team to use according to the matches and the indicators he draws in training. He’s doing it well, despite losing the last two Milan.”
The former Lazio boss has Marotta’s full support going forward, the Inter president himself has confirmed.
“The coach has our full support, he is doing very well and we need more attention from everyone, from the management to the technical field, even the players. We have an obligation to our fans, and we have to give them the best we can.
Inter have lost three of their last four decisive encounters, tasting losses to Lazio, Milan and Bayern Munich – only managing to score a positive result against Cremonese two days before the league matches. The Nerazzurri He next faced Torino at the Giuseppe Meazza.