Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi has made no effort to hide his frustration after the team’s difficult start to the season, but he is convinced that there is a way out of the crisis they find themselves in.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the coach was in an angry mood the day after the Nerazzurri’s 3-1 defeat at the hands of Udinese, but that he also believes that they can reach a turning point.
Inzaghi was left with a lot to think about after a disastrous away trip to Friuli saw his team fall to their third defeat in Serie A, and their fourth in all competitions this season, right as the international break.
The coach spoke with his brother Filippo to vent his frustrations as well as some trusted friends, and the sense was that in the immediate aftermath of the weekend’s loss he is more than a little bit sore.
However, Inzaghi also seemed to be ready to get the bad mood out of his system and get back to work, and even with all of the frustration he expressed was far from hopeless, and ready to plan for a way out of the team’s current bad form.