Inter Milan Sack Gian Piero Gasperini After Poor Start to the Serie A

Adrian AgiusAnalyst ISeptember 21, 2011

NOVARA, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 20:  FC Inter Milan head coach Gian Piero Gasperini during the Serie A match between Novara Calcio and FC Internazionale Milano at Silvio Piola Stadium on September 20, 2011 in Novara, Italy.  (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
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It is no secret that Inter Milan have had a terrible start to their campaign, in both Italy and in Europe. Winless in all competitions after four games, Inter will have a big task ahead of them to close deficits already appearing.

Seeing as though the transfer window has shut, Inter have taken the step of sacking new manager Gian Piero Gaserini, and will now look for a new coach.

According to the Inter Milan website "F.C. Internazionale announces that this morning's training session at the Centro Sportivo Angelo Moratti in Appiano Gentile was run by Daniele Bernazzani and Giuseppe Baresi. The club would like to thank Gian Piero Gasperini for the dedication he has shown in his work and regret having to end the relationship with the coach."

Inter face Bologna following their shock 3-1 defeat at the hands of newly promoted Noavara. The start isn't dissimilar from that with Rafa Benitez, but you would feel for it to happen twice in two consecutive years maybe it isn't only the coach who should cop the blame.

With just one point from three Serie A matches, Inter could potentially sit eight points behind the likes of Napoli, Juvenuts, Udinese and Cagliari after Matchday 3.

Inter have not released any news of a possible replacement. Gasperini leaves Inter winless.