Journalist Mario Sconcerti has certainly not held back in his analysis of Inter’s performance against Napoli last night going so far as to say that the project has failed as part of his weekly column for Corriere della Sera.
“Inter have not only just lost one game but they have thrown away whatever they had built in the last two years,” he began.
“In Naples you can lose, but not like they have and not when a day from the end the result only counts for one team.
“Inter does not want to be a team, they fail to be one. They have the wrong personality and do not have enough technical resources to win games by themselves.
“Inter is a very vain band led by an environment terrified by the error that lies behind everything.
“The season has been a failure, the project has failed, there has never been growth or a leap in quality.
“Yesterday’s defeat is not illogical, it is just vulgar. It highlights the limits of the whole team, of all the rumours, of all the disorder that follows Inter around like a dark cloud.
He also touched upon next weekend’s season finale with Empoli, a match where both sides need a victory in order to achieve their objectives.
“Empoli are in better shape at the moment than Inter having won three straight games. They are playing well and their team is almost entirely made up of young players.
“Their manager Andreazzoli has everyone running together in harmony, with class and almost without practice.”