Sacked Inter boss Andrea Stramaccioni deserves another chance to prove his worth, says Emiliano Mondonico.
Stramaccioni, 37, was dismissed by the Nerazzurri this summer after the Beneamata finished Serie A 2012-13 in a lowly ninth-place.
The former Primavera boss, who was replaced by Napoli tactician Walter Mazzarri, is currently out of work.
“Did Stramaccioni fail? He will have other chances,” Mondonico, a former Serie A tactician, told Sport Italia.
“If I was a President then I would sign him,” he added. “He is more of a Coach now than when he arrived at Inter.
“It is in the moments of difficulties when you improve as a tactician.”
In 63 games in charge of the San Siro giants, Inter won 30, drew 11 and lost 22.
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