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Who of current Inter players could be a good coach?

Zek2010-05-05 08:16:57 +0000 #1
Since we opened up a coach topic as per elcino's recent thread, let's see who can be a good coach in the future.

Quite a number of former stars became coaches. Just few are damn successful and that's obviously something we could have expected from their style of play and feeling of the game.

Kuman - he was everything but the heart of Barca! He was way up there in terms of knowledge of the game. He was slow when he became old, he was losing the ball too often, making mistakes, but he was the heart and everything for the team. And now he's good coach.

Zammer is the same.

Mancini - we talked a lot about him.

Vialli - was a surprise for me. He was a great player but he was in shadow of Baggio in Juve in terms of, you know, brains behind the game on the pitch. But he proved quite OK in Chelsea.

Failures, Riijkard - for me he was a failure. He's not a good coach and Barca fans would still keep on dreaming of winning anything in coming few years. If we look back, Frank never used his brains as much as above mentioned ones.

OK now Who in present INter has a potential to become a good coach???

Javier - I doubt, his spirit was up in the last season (finally he became a charismatic leader for the team), he knows the game but still ... there's something what tells me he won't be success.

Vieri - his pace or even rage, hard-work on the pitch can make him up to a good coach, but he's not that subtle as mentioned above players.

Toldo - maybe yes maybe no, he's stick to his gates.

anyone else you can think of???


Il fenomeno2010-05-05 08:28:57 +0000 #2
vieri's pace? are you drunk????

Zanetti unfortunately in my eyes is not a leader. I love the player, but he does not have so much control over his team mates. In other words, he is tooooooo nice to his mates. Someone like Cannavaro or Toldo would be good. I would even consider making Emre a captain.
Black Wolf2010-05-05 08:40:06 +0000 #3
I think vieri will be the best......... he is a ledar and the best plyer in inter
tok872010-05-05 09:13:27 +0000 #4
What about our legend Beppe Bergomi?
nismo2010-05-05 09:05:15 +0000 #5
I reckon Emre, if he plays his cards right can become a coach. The kid has it all, skills, technique, passion, and determination, qualities that could easily transpire into a good coach. Mancini is an example of what I'm talking about, although there has been failures too like Rijkaard

but I'm sure he'll prove me wrong with the work he does at Barca.
Sebastian2010-05-05 08:42:54 +0000 #6
.....a prediction that comes from an INTERSITA is everything but a PREDICTION..... .....since we missed so many predictions these last 14 years in the SERIA A..... ......this is a wery delicate question.....a brilliant player may be an awfull coach....

CORDOBA is a wery unique person as a player.....and perhaps JAVIER.....but it's too early to tell......
nismo2010-05-05 11:16:26 +0000 #7
There's an old saying Elcino, "a great player doesn't make a great coach" but there some exception to the rule too you know like Mancini and Cruyff
nerazzuri2010-05-05 08:42:57 +0000 #8
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Originally Posted by Il fenomeno

vieri's pace? are you drunk????

Zanetti unfortunately in my eyes is not a leader. I love the player, but he does not have so much control over his team mates. In other words, he is tooooooo nice to his mates. Someone like Cannavaro or Toldo would be good. I would even consider making Emre a captain.

i kinda agree with you, but toldo i dont think so but i'll defernatly say yes to canna. someone like r. keane

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