The departure of Stefano Pioli from Inter, although it was suddenly announced last night, had been foreseen for a long time, therefore the Italian media were already discussing since a month ago about the name of the coach that might bring this club in the right path.
In the same day when the old coach was fired, the former Juventus player during the 80s, Massimo Mauro, currently a sports journalist at the Sky network in Italy, proposed to the Inter directors to lay their confidence on an Italian expert coach, suggesting Gianni De Biasi.
In his editorial for "La Repubblica" newspaper Mauro emphasized that Inter needs a man who has to recreate the team from scratches.
“Poli gave us the illusion that he had arranged things after Frank de Boer's failure, but the work that made it superficial. The team must be recomposed due to the numerous problems. There’s a need for major investments and at the same time a higher level of awareness by the players in an international level to make the right purchases. The analysis should include the human aspect along with the technical aspect. An Italian coach is needed for the reconstruction process. De Biasi would be the right man for this job,” wrote Mauro.