Italian Journalist Marco Barzaghi: “Steven Zhang & Inter Directors Were Both Annoyed By Simone Inzaghi’s Pre-Roma Remarks” | OneFootball

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·3 October 2022

Italian Journalist Marco Barzaghi: “Steven Zhang & Inter Directors Were Both Annoyed By Simone Inzaghi’s Pre-Roma Remarks”

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Italian journalist Marco Barzaghi believes that not only Inter President Steven Zhang but also the club directors were annoyed by the defiant words of coach Simone Inzaghi on Friday.

Speaking on his YouTube channel, via FCInter1908, Barzaghi explained that the coach’s words were seen as inappropriate by both the President and the club directors.

Inzaghi was not shy in expressing himself in the press conference leading up to yesterday’s Serie A match against Roma.

The 46-year-old defended his record in response to suggestions that his Inter future could be in jeopardy based on the team’s poor recent form.

Inzaghi argued that his record speaks for itself and that, in spite of some recent bumps in the road, his history of success still proves that he is worthy of his position.

However, according to Barzaghi, these remarks were not appreciated by either Zhang or the club directors.

“There’s an out-of-context statement that annoyed the owners as well as the directors, that the coach made on Friday,” Barzaghi said.

“I don’t think even Klopp or Ancelotti would be allowed to say certain things like that,” he continued.

“No coaches, not even Mourinho, have the presumption to say something like that in such a difficult moment,” he added.

Barzaghi noted that “It’s clear that his goal was to give a bit of a shock and be seen as strong despite the rumours.”

“But nobody was a fan of those statements, neither Zhang nor the directors.”

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