Turkish footballer Caner Erkin, who had previously played for CSKA Moscow, blamed former head coach of Inter Frank De Boer that the Dutchman ruined his career. “I thought moving to Inter would be a big step in my career,” Erkin told FCInterNews.it. – He dreamed that I would play in Italy regularly, win trophies and earn the recognition of the fans. During the pre-season preparation, I felt trust from Roberto Mancini, but the attitude towards me from Frank De Boer was terrible. From his first day in Italy, he did not believe in me and did not respect me. He simply forbade me to train with the team, and I still did not understand why. I agree with Jonathan Biabiani, who said that De Boer was the worst coach in the history of Inter. It’s sad that all my career dreams were destroyed by a man who lasted only two and a half months at the club. ”On July 1, 2016 Erkin signed a contract with Inter as a free agent after breaking up with Fenerbahce. Already on August 31, the Milan club, on the initiative of De Boer, leased the Turkish defender to Besiktas. Caner never played a single official match for the blue-blacks. Now the 31-year-old footballer stands for Besiktas. Frank De Boer worked as Inter's head coach from August 9 to November 1, 2016. Under his leadership, the Milan club suffered 7 defeats in 14 matches. Currently, the Dutchman coaches the Atlanta United MLS club.