Sabatini takes a step back and apologizes to Inzaghi: "I didn't help him in his moment of difficulty"

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Sabatini takes a step back and apologizes to Inzaghi: "I didn't help him in his moment of difficulty"

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Pippo Inzaghi 's adventure on the Salernitana bench lasted just four months and ended after the bad defeat in Empoli. In his place, to achieve the goal of salvation (which today appears increasingly complicated) the company has entrusted everything to Fabio Liverani , but before presenting the new ferryman Walter Sabatini he wanted to make a necessary introduction complete with apologies.

In the press conference to present the new coach, the manager wanted to take a step back and speak with his heart in his hand, revealing what really happened behind the scenes and how it influenced Inzaghi's brief experience in Salerno. The former AC Milan striker, who had replaced Paulo Sousa making his debut on the ninth matchday of the championship, left the team in last place in the standings with very little chance of survival.

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But despite everything Sabatini wanted to take on a large share of responsibility for the difficulties that the Granata have gone through in the last period: “I want to carry out truthful operations and I have to apologize to Inzaghi . I should and could have brought some players at the beginning of January” . The manager made it clear that some more reinforcements should have arrived from the last transfer market session to help the coach face the second half of the season.

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Then he continued with the apologies addressed to Inzaghi: I didn't help a coach in difficulty, I deeply apologize from a human and professional point of view . I wish him all the luck in the world. It is right to say these things. I repeat: I apologize to the our former coach, I wish him a great career.”

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Liverani's choice is also not at all random. To journalists who asked him why Salernitana entrusted the bench to him, Sabatini responded with an old anecdote from his career: “He is a man who grew up, even laboriously, in a dimension that I know well like Rome. He grew up on his own with his mother, his life training ground was the street . I guarantee you that you learn much more on the street than in Coverciano. He was the number 10 of Viterbese, one day I went to play with Arezzo and this unfortunate man made me scored two goals.”

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