Italian journalist Fabio Caressa was impressed with Simone Inzaghi’s start as Inter coach.
Speaking to Italian radio broadcaster Deejay Football Club (via FcInter1908) yesterday, the Italian journalist was impressed with the 45-year-old Italian coach’s work so far.
“You have to give compliments to Inzaghi who has shown he’s a very intelligent man. He has realised he has his house finished and doesn’t want to renovate.
“He goes into that team there with his own ideas. I think he’ll play with one and a half forwards.
“Be careful because in games where it will be difficult to score, Lukaku’s absence will be felt more.”
The 45-year-old Inzaghi joined Inter following his contract expiry with Lazio earlier this summer. The Italian coach was the perfect replacement for Antonio Conte, with both coaches using a 3-5-2 formation.
Inzaghi’s system is a little more fluid than Conte’s and allows for the players to show a little more individual expression.
His insistence to sign Lazio forward Joaquin Correa this summer has immediately shown it’s value, with the 27-year-old Argentinian forward scoring a brace in his debut against Hellas Verona yesterday to secure the three points for the Milanese club.
Inter’s next game of the season is against Sampdoria on 12th September, after the upcoming international break.