Inter Milan Reject suggestions of panic

Inter Milan have rejected suggestions of panic at the club after a string of poor results has once again threatened to end the season without making any objective. Inter set the target of returning to the Champions League at the start of the season. Things looked extremely positive after they managed to bring in a couple of experienced names like Nemanja Vidic. This bolstered the squad significantly, but results are yet to show the same. After six matches this season, Inter are only 10th in the table with only two victories.
The back-to-back heavy defeats against Cagliari and Fiorentina just weeks before the international break have threatened to disrupt the season. Furthermore, Inter will be going straight against Walter Mazzarri’s former club Napoli after this break. Napoli are going through a crisis themselves with questions asked about manager Rafa Benitez, but they are overshadowed by the problems at Inter. The club’s chief Piero Ausilio says that the club are relaxed about the situation because they know that results will eventually come good. He has tried to dismiss the two defeats against Cagliari and Fiorentina as freak results.
Ausilio says that such results were not avoided even during the highly successful regimes of Jose Mourinho and Roberto Mancini. “A week of trouble hasn’t scared us. Cagliari was a hiccup – one of those games which happen once a year. It also happened during the tenures of [Roberto] Mancini and [Jose] Mourinho. In Florence, the team did not disintegrate, but they were duly punished every time they tried to make something of the game. We’ve analysed these problems without any shame or fear and concluded that there is still work to be done from a physical point of view. I am convinced that, even against Napoli, you will see another Inter,” said Ausilio.