Inter Coach Antonio Conte: “I’m Already Anxious That I Can’t Play Lautaro Martinez Or Marcelo Brozovic Next Week”

Inter coach Antonio Conte spoke about the Nerazzurri’s difficult 1-1 draw against Fiorentina immediately after the final whistle in an interview with Italian broadcaster InterTV.

“In the last three games, where we played against Roma, Barcelona and Fiorentina, I think we’ve always given a good performance. We created a lot of situations in which we could have scored goals. We didn’t score, on the contrary, we’ve conceded goals so we’re sorry.”

“It’s a shame because I think we had a good defensive game today too. It’s a shame to concede in the 91st minute on a counterattack. But this must lead us to work even harder, to analyse as many situations as possible to try to improve. I think we need a lot of patience.”

He spoke about the Nerazzurri squad’s strong performance and hard work in the game.

“Of course. Let’s not forget that we were playing on a difficult pitch like Fiorentina’s. We deserved the win, we played like a mature team, conceding little.”

“In the last three games we’ve capitalised less than on other occasions, and we’ve conceded a few goals. You have to be patient and work hard, willingly. Let’s say that it’s also a bit of a side problem that makes it worse, and we’re sorry.”

Finally, Conte spoke about the fact that he will not be able to use Lautaro Martinez or Marcelo Brozovic in next week’s game against Genoa, due to the yellow cards the players received in last night’s game.

“I’d rather not think about it, because otherwise I get anxious. In fact, I already am. I was already anxious before, because in many situations we had to pray and hope that nothing would happen to anyone. But these situations are already known. We’ll try to do something, even though I’m struggling today. We’ll see.”

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Inter Full Back Danilo D’Ambrosio: “Nobody Is Giving Up Here, Nobody Wants To Give Up”

Inter full back Danilo D’Ambrosio discussed the Nerazzurri’s disappointing 1-1 draw against Fiorentina last night in an interview immediately after the match with Italian media outlet InterTV.

“The game was played well, it’s normal that you’re mistaken if you expect to come here and not even concede a shot on target. We pressed very hard igh up the pitch, then at times we dropped down a level. We had our chances today too, only one was used.”

The 31-year-old Italian then spoke further about the game, as well as what Inter will do looking ahead.

“Then there was a great goal from them. And we’re going back home with two points less. We’re sorry, but already tomorrow we’ll have our heads down and we’ll work.”

“We’ll try to end this 2019 in a good way. Nobody is giving up here, nobody wants to give up. We’ll give 110% like we’ve been doing. We’re not crying, against Genoa those who play will know what they have to do.”

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Inter Midfielder Borja Valero: “I Wanted To Stay At Inter Because It Was Important On A Personal Level”

Inter midfielder Borja Valero, who scored the opening goal in last night’s 1-1 draw in the Serie A away against Fiorentina, discussed the game in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sports Italia, immediately after the final whistle.

“I must always be ready when there is an opportunity. It’s a shame because we couldn’t take the three points home, which was the most important thing beyond my performance.”

He spoke about his decision not to celebrate following the goal.

“After five beautiful years in Florence it was the least I could do. But I’m glad I scored after so long.”

The Spaniard then touched on whether he would consider returning to Fiorentina in the future.

“My contract is about to expire, maybe this was my last game at the Franchi. We’ll see.”

Valero revealed how he kept his focus despite a lack of playing time earlier this season, as well as his relationship with coach Antonio Conte.

“He was clear from the beginning, but I was stubborn. I wanted to stay, for me it was an important opportunity on a personal level. I trained well and he also told me that before I started playing. I was calm, it was a shame to have found time due to my teammates’ injuries. But when I was called on, I was ready.”

Finally, Valero spoke about his quick adaption to the role in Conte’s midfield trio.

“I played for three years at Fiorentina in this role, I still had in my mind how to do it. Today I had room to go deeper and look for dangerous areas, sometimes I was able to play well and sometimes I was less able to do so.”

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Inter Coach Antonio Conte: “The Whole World Was Laughing Because Of Corriere Dello Sport’s Headline On Racism”

Inter coach Antonio Conte discussed the Nerazzurri’s disappointing 1-1 draw against Fiorentina moments after the final whistle with Italian broadcaster Sky Sports Italia.

“These are two games where we have earned less than what we have worked for. Against Barcelona we paid for the fact that we didn’t score goals and for two moments where we could have done better.”

“Today I’m sorry because there was a good response from the team, we also deserved something more against Roma. We have to try to improve in every situation, in both phases of the game.”

The 50-year-old Italian coach touched on the fact that Inter now haven’t won for three games in a row.

“We’re talking about three potential victories that ended up being two draws and one loss. I don’t think we need to complain about commitment and determination, it’s a process of growth. If we have some patience, we must all have it, and we must try to improve on our mistakes. If we don’t have it and we think we can win every game just because we’re called Inter, we’re mistaken.”

He then spoke about Inter’s failure to close out the game tonight, despite being 1-0 up.

“In some parts of the game their goalkeeper was amazing, even in the second half we could have made better use of our chances. But we’re talking about guys who are playing all the time, it’s obvious that you pay the price of tiredness.”

“But let’s look forward to the fact that we’ve come to a difficult stadium like this and left with regret for only taking a point. Let’s look at the glass half full and move on.”

Conte discussed the tiredness that’s effecting the attacking partnership of Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez.

“They are in good physical condition, but it is inevitable that with seven games in 25 days something will add up. Romelu and Lautaro are always playing, the forwards must always be connected to the team.”

“We always try to keep the squad within 30-35 metres of each other in both parts of the game, but unfortunately there have been some particular moments like Sanchez’s injury that deprived us of an important alternative to let them rest.”

“There’s not much to say, I can only thank them because they’re doing great things. They’ve made themselves available to the team.”

He spoke about Milan Skriniar’s defensive slowness that led to Fiorentina’s late equaliser.

“These are moments that we’re going to analyse with the guys, and we’ll try to work on and improve. It’s a shame to concede a goal like that in injury time, on the counterattack. We just have to evaluate calmly and analyse even more to be more precise.”

Finally, Conte discussed the Nerazzurri’s recent decision to cancel their press conference due to an article published in Friday’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

“It’s all in the hands of the lawyers. It was Inter’s choice, I didn’t make the decision personally. You need to be respected to respect, there is little to say.”

“When you have to give an example, you cannot do this. It’s an entire group that must receive the signal, you see that many are not used to managing people and think only of themselves. It was surprising to see that the Union of Sport Media asked for my apology, they should be ashamed.”

“They ask for my apology, but are they kidding? One day they’re being laughed at by the whole world for a headline about racism, another they’re publishing Mihajlovic’s [cancer] story in advance. You have to put a stop to it, those who have the pen can’t have all this power and disrespect like this. We will see if this email is fake or not, we’ll see what happens.”

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Napoli su Ibrahimovic, De Laurentiis nega: “Ora ho altre priorità”

De Laurentiis nega l’interesse del Napoli per Ibrahimovic: “Ne avevamo parlato con Ancelotti… Mertens all’Inter? Non può andarci per contratto”.

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Inter, Conte: “Corriere dello Sport? Grande mancanza di rispetto”

Antonio Conte dopo il pareggio contro la Fiorentina: “Dispiace perché meritavamo di più, sia stasera che contro il Barcellona”.

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Fiorentina-Inter 1-1: Vlahovic riacciuffa l’Inter in extremis

Dopo essere stata in vantaggio per quasi tutta la partita con il goal di Borja Valero, l’Inter viene ripresa da Vlahovic nel recupero.

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Inter, Brozovic e Lautaro Martinez squalificati: emergenza contro il Genoa

Brozovic e Lautaro Martinez, entrambi diffidati, sono stati ammoniti contro la Fiorentina e salteranno Inter-Genoa di sabato prossimo.

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