I don't give a shit about winning a stupid argument, anyhow each to his own. Conte is the past now, time to turn the page. Who will do the Simone Inzaghi thread?
Ok Let's end this with you posting Eriksen's or Skriniar's lukewarm grazie.
I heard on an Egyptian radio sports program that Zidane is going to PSG if Pochettino returns to SpursI can't see it and I doubt anyone else can either. First, he will only look at clubs that would be in the 1st tier of the ESL. Second, his salary demands are too high. Third, the budget - if the club can't maintain for Conte, there's no way they can provide for Zidane.
I also don't think Zidane would do so well with resources that are limited compared to the biggest clubs. And now that our resources will be much more limited compared to what we ourselves had in the last couple of seasons...
Would it be a tragedy if we don't win anything next season? Slight disappointment, but I am just glad we ended our drought and the juve domination. If #20 doesn't arrive in 2022 I am willing to wait a bit for it... I am still fairly youngBtw, with the way things are going, I'll call it right now: Not counting the Super Cup, I guarantee I'll eat my shorts if we win any trophy next season.
I just didn't like the idea of Conte leaving.Wtf red I thought you were against Inzaghi coming? Even calling him a nobody? Now it's a relief and you are thankful?
This will please De Vrij.
But I guess Vecino will be kicked out lol.
There is the issue that Inter didn't receive our usual 80 million euro from gate receipt this season due to the pandemic. Was well explained by beppe marotta. The club isn't planning to dismantle the whole team but one sacrifice likely must be made due to the circumstances.If the rumors are true that Inter were going to sell a few major players then this is the one time i can't fault Conte for leaving. He just won the league and then you tell him you're going to downside the squad? That doesn't make any sense whatsoever.
Again, we need to prevent these low rent foreign owners from buying Italian clubs, they can't stomach the investments required to keep them competitive.
I'm going to flat-out disagree with this in this instance. It sounds like sour grapes since Conte's leaving.Conte is one crazy man. Every time something isn't 100% to his liking he run for the hills.
This is why I honestly think Conte was told 2 first-team players are being sold - probably Lautaro and Hakimi. I'm guessing the only 'signings' permitted will be Salcedo, Esposito, Agoume and Dimarco, i.e. players we already own.Ftr, if all that needed to happen was the sale of 1 big player and other smaller players and that proceeds could be used to buy other players to stay economical, I don't think Conte would have any problem with that. In fact, he created a list of 6 "untouchables" didn't he? It seems pretty clear that the club could not commit to what it was saying outwardly and that Conte was prepared to bend - quite reasonably - to something that isn't anywhere near "100% to his liking".
We will only 100% know the truth when the current mercato is done.I'm going to flat-out disagree with this in this instance. It sounds like sour grapes since Conte's leaving.
Conte may be more animated and vocal than others but tell me that most other top tier coaches would not take the same action in the circumstances, where the ability to compete and/or improve is seriously affected?
Mourinho wouldn't stay. Was it just a coincidence that he took off when it emerged that we had to dramatically slash our spending after the Treble? Do you think Pep would stay at a club if it declared it needed to sell key players and slash spending? Zidane? How attractive do you think the club becomes to top coaches in these circumstances?
We won't know the extent of things until, say, the Jan market. But by all accounts, Conte wanted to stay. He wanted to reach an agreement with management. Mourinho didn't and yet none of us hold it against him. Why? Well, some fans would say it's because Mourinho spent enough time and won everything. That's true...but in Conte's case, the circumstances changed before he had a chance to do that.
Ftr, if all that needed to happen was the sale of 1 big player and other smaller players and that proceeds could be used to buy other players to stay economical, I don't think Conte would have any problem with that. In fact, he created a list of 6 "untouchables" didn't he? It seems pretty clear that the club could not commit to what it was saying outwardly and that Conte was prepared to bend - quite reasonably - to something that isn't anywhere near "100% to his liking".