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Thursday November 10 2016
Leonardo: ‘Inter have no structure’

Leonardo believes Inter have an organisational problem - “if you don’t know who is in charge, the machine will get jammed”.

The Brazilian is a former Nerazzurri Coach, and was linked with a return in the wake of Frank de Boer’s sacking, before the job went to Stefano Pioli.

“A project of this size doesn’t start with the Coach,” Leonardo explained to La Stampa.

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Monday November 7 2016
Milito: 'Inter should choose Leonardo'

Former Inter striker Diego Milito states that he would have chosen Leonardo as the club's new boss.

The Nerazzurri hero also gave encouraging words to fans of the club, stressing that it was 'only a matter of time' before the club rose again, and that he would 'never say never' about a return in an executive position.

But how will they emerge from the crisis that has engulfed them this season?

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Wednesday November 2 2016
Leonardo: ‘I wouldn’t suit Inter’

Leonardo says he’s not interested in replacing Frank de Boer at Inter as “I have a different profile” from what’s needed.

The Brazilian had a previous spell on the bench and has been touted for a return, with former President Massimo Moratti reportedly pushing his candidacy.

“It’s nice, but I think that’s in the past,” Leonardo told Sky.

“The gratitude for the relationship there was remains, and I think that’s the reason [for the talk] not because Moratti is pushing it.

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Sunday October 30 2016
Leonardo favourite for Inter job

Leonardo is the favourite to take over if Inter sack Frank de Boer, while Laurent Blanc, Andrea Mandorlini and Francesco Guidolin are options.

The Coach had taken himself off the chopping block with a 2-1 midweek win over Torino, ending a run of three consecutive Serie A defeats.

However, on Sunday evening the 1-0 loss at Sampdoria showed the same problems and left them level with the Blucerchiati on 14 points.

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Thursday October 27 2016
De Boer decision tomorrow

Frank de Boer’s Inter future is still in the balance, with reports a decision will be made tomorrow.

The Nerazzurri hierarchy are in Italy for the shareholders’ meeting, which will take place on Friday.

Ahead of last night’s Torino game, it was reported that not even a win would be enough to guarantee the Coach’s future.

De Boer’s side did get a win, triumphing 2-1 thanks to a Mauro Icardi brace, but a decision still has to be made on the former Ajax boss.

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Tuesday October 25 2016
Inter split over De Boer replacement

Frank de Boer’s fate is reportedly already sealed, but the Inter hierarchy are split over his replacement.

The pressure on the former Ajax Coach is building after a disastrous start to his tenure, with reports last night that he needs a miracle to save his job.

This morning, both Corriere dello Sport and Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that De Boer’s fate is already decided, and he’ll be sacked after Wednesday’s Torino game.

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Sunday October 23 2016
De Boer still at risk

It is reported that Inter Coach Frank De Boer’s position is still under threat ahead of the Nerazzurri’s meeting with Atalanta.

A poor run of recent results has left the San Siro outfit languishing in 11th place in the Serie A table, while a terrible start to the club’s Europa League turned up the heat on the Dutchman still further.

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Saturday October 22 2016
De Boer still on Inter edge

Despite beating Southampton, it’s reported Inter Coach Frank de Boer remains in the balance with Andrea Mandorlini or Francesco Guidolin potential caretaker managers.

The tactician has been under fire after a series of disappointing results and Thursday’s Europa League meeting with the Saints was considered do or die.

Inter won 1-0 thanks to an Antonio Candreva strike, but Tuttosport claim the performance was not enough to convince the club, so his position remains in the balance.

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Monday October 17 2016
Leonardo in shock Inter return?

Former Inter boss Leonardo is reportedly among a three-man shortlist to replace Frank de Boer if the Coach is relieved of his duties.

According to Rai Sport, De Boer finds himself under pressure again after Sunday’s 2-1 defeat to Cagliari at home, although the issue is second to whether Mauro Icardi is stripped of his captaincy.

Leonardo managed Inter for the second half of the 2010-11 campaign and led the club to Coppa Italia glory but stepped down the following summer as he subsequently moved into sports management with Paris Saint-Germain.

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Monday October 17 2016
‘Maldini needed Milan guarantees’

Leonardo has backed Paolo Maldini’s decision to reject a directorial role at Milan under their new Chinese owners. “Someone like him must have guarantees.”

Maldini and Sino-Europe Sports were at loggerheads last week over the retired defender going public with his lack of faith in the consortium’s vision for Milan, and Leonardo believes his former teammate was right to scrutinise the Chinese.

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