Face Verona, Inter Milan Coach Start Anxious
Inter Milan coach, Luciano Spalletti, reminds his team that the competition in the Italian League more difficult considering the many teams that have started to rise. That he delivered ahead of the game against Hellas Verona at Marc’Antonio Bentegodi Stadium in Serie A Italian League continued on Tuesday (31/10/2017).
“There are a lot of teams that are starting to find the game now, not just above us but also like Fiorentina and Sampdoria who have risen quickly, we should not be relaxed,” said Spalletti, as quoted by Football Italia.
Currently, Inter Milan are ranked fourth standings with 26 points. Napoli, Juventus, and Lazio, who had already played first, each winning convincingly.
I Nerazzuri for a while two points behind Juventus and Lazio, and five points from Napoli. But they can overtake into second position if able to beat Verona.
“The difficulty has come now, considering we have to stay at the top, we realize we have to have the capital to achieve our goals If we need something, we’ll see it in January But I do not need to mention the name I’m satisfied with the players which I have, “Spalletti said.
Not only considering Juventus and Napoli, Spalletti also wary of Lazio and AS Roma. In addition, Inter Milan also can not underestimate a number of mediocre teams in the competition of four major Italian leagues.
“There are a lot of teams, Sampdoria and Atalanta are also strong teams, while Torino can get up, just look at Lazio today, they won 5-1 at Benevento, they are strong competitors in the race for the top four.
“You also see Roma, Juventus have the best squad and the modern stadium we would all like to have that kind of thing.Of course the competition will be very difficult,” explained the former AS Roma coach.
When touched on the January transfer window, instead of bringing in new players, Spalletti would be worried there will be players who leave. That’s why he did not want to discuss it too much.
“Ramires? It’s like you are asking me about Scudetto, something I can not talk about now,” he said.
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Meanwhile, Hellas Verona coach Fabio Pecchia was not surprised by Spalletti’s breakthrough at Inter Milan. Pecchia, who was Spalletti’s foster child at Sampdoria in the 1998/1999 season, called Spalletti one of the best coaches in Italy.
“He is now one of the best coaches and getting better over time It is fun for me to know and work with him,” Pecchia said.
Verona itself is currently ranked 19th with six points from once win and three draws. The situation is becoming increasingly difficult for those considering a number of players to be absent, such as Martin Caceres, Mattia Valoti, Alex Ferrari, Franco Zuculini, and Marcel Buchel.
“Inter’s opponent, we have to play every ball, from start to finish with all our skills, it’s an exciting challenge,” Pecchia said.