Long interview with the former double of Inter and Roma, Olivier Dacourt, published in the match program of the Giallorossi ahead of tomorrow's challenge. Dive into memories for the French, as well as a detailed analysis of the great challenge of San Siro.
COUNTDOWN – Less than twenty-four hours at the kick-off of Inter-Roma , the double ex Olivier Dacourt speaks: “ Tomorrow will be a very difficult match. Inter are doing very well both in the league and in the Champions League. Roma wants to keep fourth. Inter is a dangerous team in all departments. The Giallorossi will have to gamble without having regrets. The Nerazzurri are having a great time and they have great quality on the bench too, which in some races was decisive in the race in progress “.
IMPACT – The arrival of Antonio Conte has obviously affected the performance of the Nerazzurri, in this first part of the championship: " He brought enthusiasm to the group and we knew that this would happen. When you see him on the bench he is always full and transmits anger to his players. Conte is perfect for this Inter. Rome will have to unlock it to put the Nerazzurri in trouble. That of Conte is a team that manages to express itself at its best when it goes off guard. With Juventus , for example, he did not deserve to lose. But when he wanted to attack he ended up taking goals. Fight championship? Bianconeri in front of everyone. Then Inter, Roma and Napoli will recover. I have doubts about Milan and Lazio . "
AMARCORD – Toccata and escape also on the experience in the Nerazzurri (from July 2006 to February 2009, ed ), after the one at Roma: “ Why did I move to Inter? I wanted to win and I chose the Nerazzurri because they hadn't done so for 17 years. It would have been easy to go on to win with Juventus. Roberto Mancini was good in that team, as it was not easy to choose only eleven and leave many champions on the bench. But the "Mancio" has always been rational in the choices ".
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