Antonio Conte’s performance as the new manager of Inter Milan so far has received positive impressions from various parties, including one from Sandro Mazzola. According to the figure of the Nerazzurri legend, Conte managed to create a new identity for his former club.
As is known, Antonio Conte was appointed as the new manager by inter Milan since last summer. Apart from landing the former Juventus manager, the Nerazzurri also recruited several players such as Romelu Lukaku, Diego Godin and Alexis Sanchez.
Who would have thought, the arrival of four new figures in the body of Inter Milan made the club based at the San Siro look brilliant since the beginning of the season. They even compete with the defending champion Juventus at the top of the standings.
Inter Milan also had peaked the standings in a long time before being evicted by Juventus. Whereas currently, Lautaro Martinez and colleagues occupy the second place in the Serie A standings. Only three points distance from the top.
Although it has not been able to regain the top of the league again, Inter Milan are considered to have shown significant development compared to previous seasons. Of course, coach Antonio Conte is seen as the figure behind the Nerazzurri’s rise.
In fact, even though the end of the season is still long, club legend Sandro Mazzola still considers that Conte has managed to create an identity for Inter Milan and improve the mentality of the club.
Conte has provided a good mentality for this team. He has given his soul to Inter and gave Inter an identity, Mazzola told CalcioMercatoWeb (dot) it.
So, whether Inter Milan can become champions of Serie A at the end of the season? Mazzola admitted that it was still difficult to predict.
“The Scudetto fight is difficult to predict, the rest will be seen after the Derby,” he continued.
Inter Milan itself has just managed to bring Danish midfielder, Christian Eriksen from Tottenham Hotspur. The addition of one player is considered an important decision for the club.
“I’m sure new players will make a mark, but it is still too early to judge its impact. I really like Eriksen and I think he is one of the players who can help the Nerazzurri,” he concluded.