Following 2 successive defeats against Cagliari and Fiorentina and a 2-2 draw against Napoli, has seen Inter Milan dropping points and falling down in the standings of the Italian League, Serie A.
Inter Milan is a club that does not hesitate in sacking their coaches with the former manager Rafael Benitez not lasting 6 months as the coach of the Italian club being an ideal example of just how fast the officials of Inter Milan are in removing a manager who is unable to push the club into the top spots of the league.
Not too long ago, Cagliari defeated Inter Milan with an overwhelming scoreboard of 4-1 in the home grounds of Inter Milan at the Giuseppe Meazza. Cagliari is a club that is struggling just to stay above the relegation zone but still managed to convincingly destroy the defensive structure implanted by Walter Mazzarri.
Things will only get even more difficult for Inter Milan and Walter Mazzarri as his upcoming fixtures of October and November includes matches against: Sampdoria, Ac.Milan and As.Roma.
Those opponents are located in the top 5 section of the Italian League and will be a huge test for Inter Milan and Walter Mazzarri. The future of the Italian manager could be in risk depending on the results that Inter Milan manages to obtain in the remaining fixtures of this year.
Walter Mazzarri was brought into Inter Milan to replace Andrea Stramaccioni who was sacked after 14 months in charge of the club and only being able to clinch the 9th spot in the Italian League.
Besides the Serie A, Inter Milan is also competing in the Europa League and as long as Inter Milan is able to make a serious charge for the major trophy then Mazzarri’s managerial position in the club is safe but if the Italian club is unable on neither claiming a top position in Serie A or making a genuine march for the European title, Mazzarri could very well be sacked.