Corso: “Tomorrow is important but not decisive.”
Inter legend Mario Corso spoke to IlSussidiario.net about the big game between Inter and Roma tomorrow:
“It will be an important game but not a decisive one, but it could say a lot about how the league will look. Roma are playing better at the moment, Inter are struggling more but this is one of those games where anything can happen.
” Would it be better to play with Geoffrey Kondogbia or Marcelo Brozovic in midfield? “The Croatian is playing well and was one of the best against Bologna as well, but the two of them could play together as well seeing as Felipe Melo won’t be available. Who could replace the Brazilian? Gary Medel in what would be his natural role, Mancini could also play Jonathan Biabiany on the flank and play with one less in central midfield.” And lastly a prediction: “In my heart I hope that Inter win it, but I think it is a really uncertain game. Roberto Mancini’s team needs to win to gain morale, to give itself another push for the future. It is in times like these that you can measure the consistency of a squad that wants to win the scudetto.”