Legendary former Inter, Roma, Real Madrid, and Sampdoria forward Antonio Cassano feels that at the moment Inter coach Simone Inzaghi is looking like he doesn’t know what to do, but that the team can still come back from their bad moment.

Speaking in a video on his Instagram account, as reported by FCInterNews, Cassano suggested that the sense of confusion of the Nerazzurri and their coach can be something that is only temporary, and that the underlying quality needed to recover is needed.

Inter have looked out of ideas in possession at times, and lacking in a real cohesiveness when defending as a team, whilst the coach has struggled to intervene and address the problems that have appeared.

Inzaghi has not hesitated to make decisions and changes, but so far the effect of these has not been enough to reverse the course of a bad spell of form that has followed the Nerazzurri through the start of the campaign.

“Right now I see a lot of confusion on the part of the coach and players who are all struggling,” Cassano said. “They go 1-0 up and then they can only blame themselves for the three goals that they conceded.”

“But I see something in Inter, I don’t know what it is, but I think they have what they need to find top form again,” he added.