Ex-Lazio Midfielder Mauri: “When A Coach Stays For 4-5 Years It Might Be Too Long”

Former Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri discussed the Biancocelesti’s current project and if coach Simone Inzaghi should leave the club in an interview with Italian media outlet TMW Radio earlier today.

There was little to invest, with the pandemic all clubs have had great economic difficulties. Muriqi was also wanted by others, he is an important player but we have seen little of him, Pereira has shown good qualities, he can play in place of Correa and Luis Alberto, he is an important purchase but needs time to adapt.

Then there is the Lulic situation, who has yet to return. I don’t think it’s a finished cycle. Of course, there are players who expire at the end of the year, then there is also the future of Inzaghi in the balance. We’ll see if offers arrive for Milinkovic-Savic, Correa and Luis Alberto. We will see what the club will decide at the end of the season.

The 40-year-old Italian then moved onto speaking about if coach Simone Inzaghi should leave the club at the end of the season.

He has shown his love for the colors and for this club. For Lotito he is family and they will try to move on. When a coach stays at a team for 4-5 years, maybe it’s too long.

And if you don’t change the coach, you have to change at least 5-6 players in the squad, otherwise the situation becomes monotonous. See Juve, that after a few years changed Conte and Allegri, to give new motivations.


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