On March 26, Andrea Stramaccioni replaced Claudio Ranieri as head coach of Inter Milan.
He recently triumphed with Inter's Primavera at the NextGen series. He won it with a 5-3 penalty shootout win against Ajax. A very good achievement for a man that never made a senior appearance in his very short career.
However will a man with no first team experience succeed at one of the biggest clubs in the world?
Obviously, being at such a prominent club automatically puts a lot of pressure on Stramaccioni's shoulders. There's no room for failure at Inter as Massimo Moratti doesn't accept it. He sacked Ranieri, Giampiero Gasperini, Leonardo and Rafael Benitez all in the space of two years. So success needs to be instant otherwise Stramaccioni can kiss his job goodbye. Perhaps replicating the look of the Special One will help him succeed as Jose Mourinho won five trophies in two years at the Giuseppe Meazza. There might just be too much pressure on Stramaccioni to succeed.