FIGC president Gabriele Gravina heaps praise on Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi who has been cementing himself as one the finest in Europe.

As we reported yesterday, the Nerazzurri manager won the Bearzot Award for the best manager in Italian football this season.

The organizers identified the 47-year-old as the rightful recipient due to his exploits at Inter this term.

The Beneamata are flying high in Serie A, leading the table with 15 points to spare on their closest rivals Juventus.

They also lifted the Italian Super Cup trophy in Riyadh, winning the first-ever expanded edition of the tournament.

Therefore, Gravina hails Inzaghi for his great achievements while admitting to being an admirer of his work.

“I like Simone Inzaghi’s ideas,” said the FIGC president in his interview with via FcInterNews,

“This season, he was unanimously identified as the winner of the Bearzot Award.

“He has reached the full level of maturity at the helm of Inter, both on and off the pitch.

“Bearzot himself would have liked Inzaghi’s work. He represents the most spectacular evolution of the so-called Italian school.”

FIGC President Gabriele Gravina Admires The Work Of Inter Milan Coach Simone Inzaghi

Gravina also highlighted Inzaghi’s sense of belonging to the club as one of his most important traits.

“Another aspect of the manager that I like to enhance is his strong sense of belonging to the clubs. He proved it at Lazio in the past and now at Inter.

“He manages to create a climate of great friendship and collaboration,” concluded Gravina.

The organizers will officially present Inzaghi with the Bearzot Award on the 22nd of April.