One of Conte’s dissatisfaction is the on-the-spot scheduling. The timing of the substitutions and the pertinence of the substitutions are always unsatisfactory. The UEFA Champions League and Borussia Munchen have seen obvious physical decline in the midfield around 70 minutes, covering Obviously insufficient, but Conte still did not make any moves, and eventually led to two consecutive goals. And this situation abounds. Last year's UEFA Europa League final had the same problem against Sevilla, and the late substitution caused the situation to turn straight. At the same time, there is also his targeted substitutions. Conte's substitutions are basically an expected adjustment, focusing on the exchange of wingbacks and forwards, and targeted adjustments to changes in the game are almost invisible. There are problems after changing on the spot. How can Conte solve it?
Conte has been trying to play a full-back as a central defender since the end of last season. This season, he simply played as a bilateral defender. Godin was let go, and Shik became a substitute. Then there were two defenses in the first round of the league and the Milan Derby. Disastrous performance. Indeed, full-backs playing central-backs are a good choice for the ball and pressure, but the essential problem is that this system lacks the creativity of the center and frontcourt. It can only rely on the wide-backs to form the difference in numbers and local advantages. Bringing loopholes in the backcourt is an endless loop. Even if Godin is not so familiar with this system, based on his performance in the Europa League last year, a rotation of central defenders is definitely sufficient. It can only be understood that Conte planned to use the full-backs to play central-backs at the beginning of the season, not because of the helpless changes brought about by the new crown. What is even more frightening is that he actually wants to sell Shik, maybe he hasn't sold yet. Shike, he is about to leave. In today's European football where a good central defender is hard to find, a first-class central defender who is loyal to the team and has no complaints will be sold. Then I have to ask, is this to bring Inter Milan a championship, or to tear down a foundation built over the years?
For a team that is trying to rejuvenate, it is true that it cannot be rushed, one step at a time is the most critical. Therefore, the author personally has always supported Conte before, because the team he led last year saw progress and created the highest points in Serie A over the years. The most important thing for a team’s revival is the stability of the coach. Such as Liverpool. However, Conte’s performance from the end of last season to the present has made the author completely disappointed in him. On the one hand, the endless chatter off the court not only caused endless annoyance for the team management, but also the team and fans. The storm is on the cusp. On the other hand, with the huge support given by the management and basically satisfying all of his buyer needs, the team could not see actual progress. In the past, the offense lacked creativity, slow on-site scheduling and targeted Sexual weakness and other issues continue to recur, so how can people see the hope of future revival? It is very rare to have a highly supportive and highly dedicated management team. If it has been Conte, it is likely that these support will be buried. So, what is the value of Conte's existence?