Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi is committing to squad rotation during the busy period in the Nerazzurri’s fixture schedule, but at the same time not compromising the quality of his team.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Corriere della Sera, who highlight the Italian tactician’s balancing act in picking his teams as the matches begin to pile up.
Inzaghi is expected to make some changes to his starting eleven for this evening’s Serie A clash with Spezia, but at the same time he will look to make sure that the eleven can play well together and contains players he trusts.
Nicolo Barella and Edin Dzeko are serious candidates to be given a rest, while Marcelo Brozovic is another key man who has played nearly every minute for the Nerazzurri this campaign.
However, if past matches are anything to go by, Inzaghi will not make wholesale changes but rather plans to make a few alterations to the team.
So far, the coach’s squad rotations have worked as he has given important squad members a rest when needed but still gotten consistent performances out of his team by ensuring that the changes have not been made all at once.
Quality players have always remained in the eleven, and there has always looked to have been a chemistry and tactical cohesion to the team, and the coach will look for more of the same against Spezia.