Lolito's hissy fit will unlikely attract other top managers though. Inzaghi gave a lot to this club and to call him a traitor is just childish. This is business, the contract ran out and he was in his right to look at other opportunities. (I'm not saying you're taking Lolito's side btw)Hopefully now with a change of coach we also have the opportunity to improve the defense. Inzaghi never seemed inclined to do, so perhaps in that regard it will be a positive development. But we'll have to wait and see who we get as a replacement.
The story that Inzaghi changed his mind overnight seems quite unbelievable though. Surely he had already spoken to Inter before. Contract agreements take time and he Inter will not have ironed out a contract in mere hours of the early morning. If he and Lotito agreed terms the previous night and shook on it then Lotito has every right to feel aggrieved. It reminds me of how Nedved left.