Stefano Pioli believes that his Inter side have ‘absolute quality’, but can’t yet speak about Champions League qualification. The Nerazzurri have won their last six league matches and are up to fifth in the table, five points away from the elusive third-place spot.
“I believe we are experiencing a positive moment but we can’t talk about the Champions League, we just have to give our best in every game,” Pioli told Radio Anch’io Sport.
Pioli made made 35 appearances for Juventus between 1984 and 1987, and was asked about what are the differences between the two clubs?
“There are differences between Juventus and Inter but it’s been so long since I was Bianconero,” Pioli continued.
“There was a professional environment which required certain attitudes.
“Here at Inter with Suning I have found certainty, the hierarchy is only far away in terms of distance, and they are very close in terms of daily work.
“I see a lot of care and attention to detail, there is the desire to grow together.
“I have talented players and absolute quality, everyone understands that we have to sacrifice and work together.
“We have the quality to play good football, but we could be more unpredictable and create more of a presence in the opposing area.
“The road has been well-documented and we must try to continue to do well.
“I do not know what will happen in the future, I just know that I started a project that will end on May 28.
“We are late arrivals and we have to train well for the next games, we must try to win as many matches as possible between now and the end
Pioli has done a masterful job since taking over from de Boer. Since his arrival, Inter have take more points in Serie A than anyone. One of Pioli’s early comments was that the players were not fit enough. He has obviously fixed that as Inter are the most prolific scoring team in Serie A in the last 15 minutes per Opta with 12 goals.
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