Atalana head coach Gian Piero Gasperini feels that his time in charge of Inter was over almost before it even began.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, the 63-year-old recalled his time as head coach of the Nerazzurri and how the club has changed since his ill-fated spell in charge.
Gasperini had established a positive reputation for himself in Italian football through his years as coach of Genoa, and he earned himself a move to Inter in the process.
The coach only managed a few games in charge, however, never looking to be the right fir for a Nerazzurri team who were going through a difficult transition.
The coach has now been at Atalanta for several seasons, since 2016, where he has found the right environment in which to work at his best, while the Nerazzurri have also taken a big step forward since he was at the club.
“Inter have progressed,” he stated. “I was only there for 15-20 days while other coaches were there for no more than a few months. I had barely gotten started, let’s put it that way.”
And on the Scudetto race he stated that “Inter and Napoli are maybe a tiny bit ahead, but Milan are also strong. In my opinion the table is correct.”