Despite the injury issues, Con sees positive signs for Inter

Despite the injury issues, Con sees positive signs for Inter


Antonio Conte pointed out injuries that could have hampered Inter in his first season as he aimed to close the gap on top leaders Serie A against Juventus.


Ahead of Sunday's tour of Roma, Nerjuri dropped six points to finish second in the table.

The naughty side could halve the deficit to put pressure on Zuve, who plays Lazio on Monday, though Inter's Scudetto bid hurt key players who had been missing for a long time during the mock campaign.

Alexis Sెnchez has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since taking over from Manchester United in 2020, with Stefano Sensei sidelined due to multiple problems with a freshly pulled thigh muscle.

However, despite facing declining resources of aggression many times over, Conte is happy with how others have used his opportunities.

"It's unfortunate we've had to face it since the start of the season," he said when asked about the injuries to the Inter Boss club's website.

“After S సాnchez suffered an ankle injury, we were without Alexis for four to five months, while also having the toughest year in midfield due to repeated injuries.

"Thinking about Sensei, he's a player who has inflicted bad injuries on us for a very short time, or (Roberto) Gagliardini and (Nicolo) Barrella, (Matthias) Vicano, who have persistent knee problems.

“Two areas of the pitch that confuse me and both of us, but the glass looks half-filled, showing great reactions to Audi.

"I'm talking about players like Gagliardi, (Marcello) Brozovic and Borja Valero, then we're got (Christian) Eriksen to settle down. I think we should definitely take the positive."

Romelu Luka did not win 4-0 over SPAL on Thursday but could face Roma, who need to fight to stay in fifth place.

The studio is more concerned with the fact that those who finally made it to the finals before the clash at the Olympics have less time to recover, although SPAL's performance has demonstrated improvements for the team.

The former Chelsea boss said, "We are talking about a well-prepared side, a team full of excellent players and great coaches."

"It's a very difficult game, it comes exactly two days after our long game with Spall, so we have to face the journey and have less than a day to recover.

"But from a positive perspective, we are excited to see the work we are doing being recognized."

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