At 0:00 am on October 25th, Beijing time, Inter Milan will head to Genoa to face their opponents away. Inter coach Conte emphasized in a press conference before the game that the team is on the right path. He also used Klopp's unsuccessful first 4 years in Liverpool to answer reporters' questions about the difficulties he encountered in coaching Inter.
"First of all, we will try to help the players regain their physical fitness, and at the same time, we must prepare for the next game as efficiently as possible. Due to the dense schedule, we also need to educate the players' psychological conditions."
"A lot of goals conceded does not worry me because I know that we are on the right path. Although there are some problems now, I believe that as long as I work hard, I can overcome it."
"I am very happy with the way the team has shown in the game now. I also understand that some players need to take more responsibility in the absence of other teammates. But analyzing our conceded goals, it is not difficult to find that some of them conceded. It is completely avoidable. But I am still very happy because I have seen sacrifice, firm belief and clear ideas in the team."
"If you want to ask about bitterness before sweetness, I think it makes sense. For example, Liverpool coach Klopp did not achieve success in the first four years of Liverpool, but he continued to precipitate and eventually broke out. It has become a war machine. Again, I don’t know if we can succeed at Inter Milan immediately, but I know we are on the right path."
"Because we changed the team's style of play this season, we are now distinctive and have scored more goals. We have to maintain our current characteristics so that we will be able to score more players and concede fewer goals. We There is room for improvement, and we must continue to work hard."
"The new players are well integrated into the team. And now I haven't seen an opponent who can fully control the game when facing us, or perform better than us. We need to know that this is the right path. And can help us regain our strong competitiveness."