Ex-football coach Franco Colomba has suggested that Inter could make a very swift transition into the new campaign because they will be playing with the same philosophy as Antonio Conte did, Italian media broadcast media report.
Whilst speaking to 1 Station Radio, Franco Colomba suggested that out of all the big Serie A teams that have changed managers this summer, which is almost all of them, Inter could be the ones to make the most seamless transition.
” Inter with Simone Inzaghi maintained the same playing philosophy as Conte, but a different way of applying it
The man who has coached teams such as Livorno, Parma, and Bologna in the past suggested that Lazio and AS Roma have appointed coaches that are vastly different to what they had previously.
“Rome and Lazio have hired two completely different coaches. Maurizio Sarri, a lover of schemes, and José Mourinho, the less tactical and more charismatic manager
As for Juventus, Franco Colomba believes that they played it safe by reappointing Massimiliano Allegri after the sacking of club legend Andrea Pirlo.
The ex-AC Milan midfielder did manage to secure UEFA Champions League Qualification as well as winning two trophies during his year in charge.
“Juventus played it safe with Massimiliano Allegri: it is a guarantee, but it will depend on the team that will be given to him. Andrea Pirlo however, he won two trophies and hit the Champions League in a complicated year.”