March 02, 2012

 Inevitably the topic of the moment is Inter's difficult season, which means the media are constantly talking about Claudio Ranieri's job being on the line. Diego Milito was asked what he thought about all of this: "The first thing I want to make clear is that we are all behind the boss," he stressed on Prima Serata on Inter Channel. "We know that coaches are always the first to pay the price for failure, but we are the ones who are out there on the pitch and we are sorry about this. We support him completely and we'll try and do our best from Sunday on to restore confidence with a win.
"We'll try," he added, "to give our utmost as a team and I will too as an individual member of that team, to repay the fans for the faith they have in us. It's great that the supporters are behind us; it's a crucial factor."
The conversation turned to the last match they played, in Naples: "I wasn't happy with my performance against Napoli, but – and I'm not looking for excuses – I had just come through a bad week having spent six days in bed with flu, I wasn't well at all. However we always try to give it everything: in some matches we were unlucky though, like Novara for example, while our worst performance was against Roma. I don't like this period we're going through; I wish we were always in the league position Inter deserves to be in. Let's not forget that only 13 months ago we were world champions. We are working to get back to being ourselves."


source: Inter.it

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