Inzaghi’s time does seem to be finally up

Filippo Inzagh’s tenure as AC Milan coach seems to have come to an end after his side were humiliated at the San Siro in the 3-1 defeat against Genoa in midweek. Even before this defeat though, the home fans had prepared a protest for how the team was being managed and run, and have finally declared they have had enough of owner Silvio Berlusconi. A top Serie A tipster knows that the rossoneri fans will be hoping that the deal that seems to be in the process of being discussed, between the former Italian Prime Minister and Thai magnate Bee Taechaubol, does not fall through and reaches a positive conclusion very soon. Inzaghi never seemed to be the right man for the job of Milan manager as even if as a player he managed to win three Serie A titles and two Champions League trophies during his eleven year playing career, but a top football betting expert is very aware that he was often decisive because he found himself in the right place at the right time, rather than having an incredibly advanced footballing mind. The 41 year-old looked much more comfortable when he was training the youth team rather than the 1st eleven as it came more down to pure instinct and not the tactical awareness necessary to perform at a high level. “I have always had Milan in my heart” he said after the match, “I think I have not done such a bad job but we have to see what the club decides. I have never given up in my career and I am not about to do so now and I know I can be proud of what I have achieved with this great club but I understand that now they have a decision to take.” The best football betting prediction has him sacked before the weekend but whoever is brought in in his place will not have an easy job on their hands, especially if he will want to win back the support of the fans as well as save a disastrous season by at least finishing ahead of their rivals Inter. In the match against Genoa, the stadium was almost totally empty and by the end of the 90 minutes the rossoneri where booed off the pitch like never before, especially considering this was the first time they had lost at home to the rossoblu in 57 years. Poignantly, the home fans had lined up in order to fashion the word “Basta”, Italian for enough, which can only be perceived as their message to the boss to move on and sell the team. In a disastrous night, the only plus thing was a brilliant goal from French defender Mexes, even if this was bettered by a spectacular goal by young Genoa midfielder Bertolacci who dribbled half of the Milan squad before depositing the ball into the back of the net, in a manner that was proof of how badly the visitors had played the rossoneri off the park. A top football betting expert commented Inzaghi’s final words as rather delirious: “That is football. There are some good nights and some bad ones and its part of the game. We were playing against a team that played better than we did and they deserved to win, full stop. There isn’t much I can say other than we gave our best but obviously this was not enough. I hope they give me a chance to carry on and finish the season because I’m convinced we can do better!”