MILAN – "We’ve already discussed this, I believe," was Massimo Moratti’s reply, as he left the Saras offices, to journalists enquiring about who the next Inter coach will be.
MILAN – F.C. Internazionale announces
that this morning’s training session at the Centro Sportivo Angelo
Moratti in Appiano Gentile was run by Daniele Bernazzani and
The Club would like to thank Gian Piero
Gasperini for the dedication he has shown in his work and regret having to end the relationship with the coach.
MILAN – President Massimo Moratti answered some questions put to him by journalists outside the Saras offices this morning.
You can read the president’s comments in full here on inter.it.
President, now that you have slept on it, can you tell us if Gian Piero Gasperini will remain at Inter?
"I don’t think so. We’ll decide what to do today but he seems to be in a very difficult situation, whichever way you look at it."
What did you like least about last night’s game?
"When you lose in such a way, there’s nothing you like."
Do you think there is a problem regarding Gasperini’s rapport with the players?
"No, I really don’t think that’s an issue."
NOVARA – "It’s a difficult moment because we have good intentions but we
aren’t managing to put them into practice. I see a lot of effort in training
during the week, but right now the things are not coming out that the team can
and must do." Commenting on the match that saw Inter leave the Stadio
Piola in Novara as the losing team was the record-man Javier Zanetti. He was
showing a smile that was needed on the evening, even when considering the
milestone he reached on the pitch in a Nerazzurri shirt.
The captain continued speaking to Inter Channel: "Now we’ll have to work,
remaining united, and we have to speak among ourselves and change this negative
trend. There are still many matches to come and now what matters is thinking
about Saturday, at Bologna, and getting ourselves up the table. Tomorrow we
will speak calmly, we will be more lucid and able to look forward."
Finally, the captain had some words for the Nerazzurri fans: "Each one of
them has to understand that these situations can happen. There are some good
moments but there are also those that aren’t so good. And we need them in both
NOVARA – "Gasperini didn’t have control of the match? It really seems to me that he didn’t, but let’s sleep on it," responded president Massimo Moratti to the journalists who were waiting for him at the exit of the Stadio Silvio Piola after Inter were defeated 3-1 by Novara. It was the Week 4 match of the 2011/12 Serie A season.