In today's press conference, Antonio Conte seems to be sending a signal to society and to the whole environment: post-Dortmund anger is disposed of even though the infirmary is still full, but absences weigh and the company must make up for it
Once the stop for the National teams is over, Inter is ready to dive back into the championship. The Nerazzurri are expected tomorrow from the difficult trip to the Turin field and Antonio Conte presented today in a press conference to talk about the match. Inter will show up at the Olimpico Grande Torino with still the full infirmary, long-term injured players like Sensi, Asamoah and Gagliardini will not be recovered, in addition to Politano and Sanchez for whom recovery times are longer. There was everything to see a Count as worried as he often has in recent weeks, but instead in the press room of Appiano Gentile a serene, calm Conte appeared, far from the post-Borussia Dortmund outburst, yet the basic concepts have certainly not changed.
THE PROBLEMS REMAIN – The outburst after the defeat against Borussia Dortmund was probably dictated by anger for an incredible match that Inter lost after closing the first half with a 2-0 lead. Conte today appeared calm, serene, but he certainly did not change his mind about the problems Inter has. The rose remains short, the infirmary continues to not empty, a cycle is started until Christmas to start in an emergency like the one before the stop, but the technician also adds that it should not be taken as an excuse, but as a stimulus to do more than the maximum that Inter players are already doing. Has something changed? Difficult to think that the technician has resigned himself to the situation, the concept of "resignation" does not belong to the spirit of Antonio Conte, it is easier to think that the technician has had reassurances from the company: to carry on as possible until January when, with the total recovery of the injured and with the open market, it will be possible to put patches where necessary, especially in those roles where Conte has long denounced the fact that Inter is too open. Conte has not surrendered at all, he has ruled out post-Dortmund anger and turned it into a positive charge, keeping the company alive: he has calmed down, but those who have given guarantees must turn them into concrete facts.
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