Inter coach Stefano Pioli insists he does not fear for his job after Sampdoria came from behind to win 2-1 at San Siro on Monday, leaving the Milan club’s Champions League hopes in ruins.
“I haven’t got fears or thoughts other than making sure we get the best out of these players,” he told Mediaset Premium. “Results decide the future, but you are talking too much. I am not worried and I am not thinking about it [getting sacked].
“We will make our judgements on May 28. We will have other chances to show that we are a team with quality before then.”
Nine points now separate Inter and the Champions League spots with eight games left.