Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi will have to start making tough but decisive choices if he’s to lead his team out of his crisis in form and win the trust of his club back.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the club want the coach to be bolder and more proactive with his choices to make the team function at its best again.
One of the big symbols of the Nerazzurri’s wavering early season form has been the continued alternation between Samir Handanovic and Andre Onana in goal.
The club increasingly want to see this situation sorted out once and for all, and expect Inzaghi to put his faith in one keeper or the other so that they know where their foothold is in the position.
Meanwhile, the club have not been too impressed by the coach’s continued insistence on substituting players on yellow cards off, and would like to see him simply trust the players he thinks are best equipped to do the necessary job on the pitch.
The time for conservativism and indecision is long gone, and if Inzaghi is to prove he’s the right man to turn things around at Inter he’ll have to stick his neck out and make some real decisions.