Excellent news. Stability is important. Especially when the new season starts in a few weeks.
If what Conte wants is to improve the team to win trophies then I don't have a problem with that. That is for the good of Inter.So Conte has obtained what he wanted. I don't like the coaches (and the players) who behave like him. That kind of behavior is not respectful towards the club and the supporters. In another situation I would wish him to fail completely and be sacked, but I want Inter to win the scudetto so I won't.
Also not a defensive midfielder but rather a two-way midfielder. A bit like Tonali, except shorter and with zero Serie A experience, while being a proven EPL flop.I wouldn't mind Ndombele, he was highly rated at Lyon but Spurs in general had a difficult season.
yeah, he has had a lot of shit to handle throughout his career. And a lot of shit was thrown at him, but in Italy we say "il tempo è gentiluomo" and "time" has indeed been "a gentleman". I remember when he brought Cassano to Sampdoria, an excellent operation both for Cassano and Sampdoria. Too bad that in the long term Cassano became a loose cannon. Marotta wanted to sell him to Fiorentina during the winter transfer campaign of that formidable season which was 2009/2010, but Riccardo Garrone chose to keep Cassano, who obviously started his personal "feud" with Marotta, the way you know (see Stramaccioni, Donadoni, Galliani, Capello, Mazzarri etc.etc.). Marotta left for Juventus at the end of the season, which was a success anyway. THE success of Sampdoria and of the same Cassano. Too bad that few months after the glorious end of the season Cassano ruined everything and proved Marotta right, by insulting the owner of Sampdoria, the same Riccardo Garrone who had chosen Cassano over Marotta less than a year before.Marotta once again shows that he really knows how to handle things.
Marotta has officially changed his name to M'Beppe Marotta to try to lure Kylian M'Bappe'. Heard it here first.Sky Sport Italia claims both sporting director Piero Ausilio and CEO Beppe Marotta will stay put and continue working for the Nerazzurri.