Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi has guided the team with a less aggressive style than his predecessor Antonio Conte.
The coach’s methods fared well in the early parts of the season, but with the team now out of form, how they respond in their upcoming matches will be a test of the coach’s calmer style with the team.
Inter’s players look to have been somewhat tired and sluggish in their two most recent matches, which have seen them lose to Sassuolo and draw with Genoa.
The atmosphere in the locker room looks to be in a difficult period, and coach Inzaghi will have to get the morale of the team back on track if they are to recover and fight for trophies in the run-in of the season.
Last campaign, Antonio Conte managed to get some of the best performances of the season from the team during these crucial spring fixtures, and he did so with his well-known intense methods.
The current squad and locker room have shown that they can respond to the departed coach’s methods, and the coming weeks will go some way to revealing whether they can do the same with those of his more relaxed successor.