Legendary former Italy, Roma, and Real Madrid forward Antonio Cassano isn’t letting up on criticism of Simone Inzaghi at Inter Milan.

The former striker gave his thoughts during an event in Catania, via FCInterNews. He made clear that he is still not altogether convinced by the current Nerazzurri coach.

In recent months, Inter coach Inzaghi has won no shortage of praise.

This has been the result of the Nerazzurri’s absolutely dominant form in Serie A. They have clinched the Serie A title with five matches to go.

And that followed on the heels of last season’s run to the Champions League final.

Inter had certainly suffered from more than their share of negative moments last campaign. And Inzaghi faced criticism for those, putting it mildly.

But after the Inter coach righted the ship last spring, he has never looked back.

And the plaudits have followed for the former Lazio coach.

Cassano: “Simone Inzaghi Lost Out On Two Titles At Inter”

Cassano has always had a tendency to go against the grain with his punditry, however.

It would be fair to say that Cassano is rarely diplomatic in how he expresses his views.

And it is no different with Inzaghi.

The former striker was generally one of the first and most vocal critics of Inzaghi when the 48-year-old looked to be floundering at Inter.

And Cassano has not changed his tune despite Inter’s recent results and the title.

“For me,” the former Italy international said, “credit should not be given to Inzaghi given the points against him.”

“Inzaghi hasn’t won a Scudetto,” he fired out. “But rather, he lost out on two.”

“Against teams far inferior to his,” Cassano said of the AC Milan and Napoli teams who won each of the past two Serie A titles.”

“But then he’s, strangely, passed off as being some stratospheric-level coach,” Cassano said.