Inter CEO Beppe Marotta feels that the team must do everything they can to put their Serie A loss to Bologna over the week behind them starting with their clash with Udinese this evening.
Speaking to Italian broadcaster DAZN, Marotta gave the view that the Nerazzurri must not let the disappointment of the loss over the week push the team off course and that it must be treated as only one more setback to move past.
Inter have the chance to get back to winning ways if they can take three points against Udinese this evening, and they will feel that the pressure if further heightened by AC Milan’s 1-0 victory over Fiorentina earlier today.
However, the club’s CEO has urged perspective, and wants the players to take things one match at a time, working to do their best in the matches that remain no matter what.
“We look at today’s match as an exam to be passed,” he said. “Inter must get the most out of it, which means winning tonight, then we’ll make our considerations at the end of the season.”
“We’re virtually playing every day,” he went on. “In Bologna we had an unlucky evening but we’ve forgotten about it, now we have to commit ourselves to an equally tough match.”
Marotta added that “We’re total professionals, we know that that all things must be faced with great determination and motivation regardless of what happened the week before.”
“We can feel discouraged, but it must be something that passes,” he said.