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14 Nov 2017 08:14:17
Ed01. Could you write something on the current situation of Seria A and how that has effected the Italian National Team! They were well beaten by Sweden yesterday. Left out Insigne, Belotti and El sharaway on the bench and as a result they crashed out from the qualifier. An inept and awful manager I can't believe!

Cheers mate.

{Ed001's Note - the current situation of Serie A is not the issue, Serie A is growing in strength recently. Italy just have a completely inept manager who has no idea how to use the players at his disposal.}

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14 Nov 2017 08:43:49
He Asked De Rossi to warm up when they needed a goal, De Rossi then preceded to point at Insigne saying we need a goal a striker on the pitch I think that sums up how inept the manager was.

{Ed002's Note - You don't need to worry, Gian Piero Ventura will be gone soon.}

14 Nov 2017 08:58:33
Ed002 who would be in the front running for the job, I know there's a lot of talk about Carlo A, Mancini potentially getting it?

{Ed002's Note - Ask on the European page please.}

14 Nov 2017 09:04:25
It's just shocking, I am Italian and this I would never of guessed in a million years, what a dreadful manager this should never of happened. International football doesn't really do it for me but of course I always want Italy/ England to do well but that's more or less impossible. Especially when there's a manager like him in charge, recipe for disaster.

14 Nov 2017 12:57:28
The team played was woeful, when you have players like insigne on the bench.

14 Nov 2017 14:17:35
De Rossi is one of my all time favourite players. That ended up as his last international game as he's retired apparently.

So to refuse to go on and tell the manager to put on an attacker was not only brave, but incredibly selfless to give up his final goodbye international cap. Absolute legend for Italy and Roma.

{Ed001's Note - he didn't refuse to go on, he refused to go and warm up as there was only a few minutes left and De Rossi thought they should be getting the strikers ready to go on, not him.}

14 Nov 2017 16:57:15
These things happen from time to time at the end of a great generation, the great Holland team from the 70’s reached two World Cup finals and subsequently failed to qualify for either World Cup in the 80’s, similarly the French team of the 80’s reached two World Cup semifinals and won the 84 Euro’s and then failed to qualify for the 90 or 94 World Cup. If looks to me as an outsider that Italy’s problem was the transition between the old guard who are all probably past their best and some excellent young players who aren’t quite ready yet. They also weren’t helped by some pretty inept coaching. I’m sure Italy will be a force again sooner rather than later.

14 Nov 2017 17:38:54
Hard luck Corleone mate, must feel real bad without your Country in the World cup considering you are always a semi-final candidate each time (at least)

15 Nov 2017 21:15:29
Simone Inzaghi is my guess, allthough it might be a bit early for him. atleast he knows how to attack.



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