I think it will be a matter of time before Inter find themselves. Not all doom and gloom.
Yeah, to be honest, I took some positives from the Palermo game yesterday and see things in a much better light after the disaster that was week 1.
Certainly when I saw Santon in the line-up my heart missed a beat, and he was just as dreadful as expected. There was no real game plan or system to what Inter were doing, just a reliance on set-pieces and crosses, but the team created at least 7/8 clear-cut chances, which under Mancio was very, very rare.
Joao Mario will probably add some skill - although it is totally unclear where he will actually play - but I don't really see Gabigol getting all that much game time, since his favoured position is Candreva's, on the right wing.
That said, looking at the broader picture, Inter have Juve in Week 4, which is a certain loss, so if they beat Pescara in round 4 that will be 4 points from 12 in 4 rounds. Obviously that makes the title (lol) impossible and CL qualification extremely difficult from the get-go.
My money is still on a 4th/5th/6th place finish to make it yet another "transition season"