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Inter to Consider Stramaccioni’s Future If Champions League Spot Secured

Having been making several positive results since taking over Inter Milan recently, young tactician, Andrea Stramaccioni, reportedly has now improved his chance of staying with the club next season.

According to Football Italia, Inter’s patron, Massimo Moratti, has started to likened Stramaccioni’s work especially after the former primavera coach successfully lead his team in beating Udinese last Wednesday.

The victory puts Inter under serious contention in competing for the last Champions League place by the end of season, a situation which doesn’t seem possible at the start of Stramaccioni’s career with the senior team. However, although has been slightly impressed with the young tactician’s work, Moratti simply hinted that things will only be considered seriously if La Beneamata managed to secure that most wanted third place position.

“That’s one way to look at it – it’s always good to set objectives because it’s a motivation to constantly do better, The maths for reaching third also depend on the results, so we’ll see. Yesterday’s test [at Udinese] was a good one, certainly very good on the part of the Coach above all, and on the part of the players who expressed themselves exactly how the Coach wanted. Then with their qualities they knew how to give something more,” Moratti said.

Stramaccioni’s work has been pretty positive recently as Inter does managed to improve their position and still remain unbeaten under the young coach’s helm but they’re not actually that consistent as just yet. Moreover, it’s only been like five matches since the young tactician took over, so it’s understandable if Moratti is still waiting by the end of season before making his judgment over his young tactician’s future.

Stramaccioni was brought in as a temporarily solution in the final part of this season after Inter decided to fire Claudio Ranieri, who was actually their second coach after initially picking Gian Piero Gasperini early in the summer. The young tactician was successful with Inter’s primavera team, so considering there’s not much games left, the Nerazzurri management decided that letting him temporarily managed the team won’t be such a bad choice.