July 26th, 2015
Former Inter Milan defenderCristian Chivuhas claimed that his team, which won the treble in 2010, is significantly better than the reigning Juventus team.
Juventus have won the league title for the last three seasons, but more importantly, they have reached the Champions League final along with a Coppa Italia title. Inter were also serial winners of the league title under the regime of Jose Mourinho and Roberto Mancini, but the biggest achievement came in 2010 after the team won all three major titles available for Italian teams. Juventus have been the closest to match this achievement since then.
The team reached the final of the Champions League 2015 where they were beaten by Barcelona. Even though this is a major disappointment, the club had already won the league title and the Coppa Italia. Considering this narrow margin of defeat, comparisons have arose between this Juventus team and the 2010 Inter Milan. After having recently announced his retirement from football, Cristian Chivu stated that his team were undoubtedly better. The 34-year-old played little football towards the later years of his career, as he was plagued by persistent injury problems. However, he was a key member in the Jose Mourinho team that went on to win the treble. Read the rest of this entry »
April 20th, 2015
Roberto Mancini ended his managerial career with Inter Milan back in May of 2008 after the coach was able to win 3 successive Serie A titles as well 2 Coppa Italia and 2 SupercoppaItaliana. It took him 4 years to secure all of these pieces of silverware and this period of time was a memorable one for Mancini and Inter Milan as the Italian side was the best team in Italy.
Things have slowly begin to fall apart for Inter Milan as they have struggled trying to win major titles in these past few years. Mancini was even called back as he made his return to the Giuseppe Meazza with hopes of turning Inter Milan into the dominant club that they once were some years ago.
The 50 year old Italian manager is well aware that things have changed ever since he left Inter Milan and making a return to the club is a big challenge as there are many things that need to be done.
“It’s not easy at this moment. It’s not easy because we are working very well, but the results are so-so, and, you know, Inter is a top club. The supporters want to win every game. At this moment it’s difficult, and this is a very big challenge for me. To come back to Inter is the biggest challenge,” Inter Milan’s Roberto Mancini said.
Inter Milan is positioned in the middle section of the Italian League standings after having secured 41 points in 30 matches, it’s not the most impressive record of the club as they have struggled trying to snatch consistent victories. Read the rest of this entry »
March 30th, 2015
Roberto Mancini’s return to Inter Milan has not gone exactly as planned as the coach who managed to win the Serie A title for 3 successive years with Inter Milan back in 2005 is now struggling trying to seal victories on a consistent basis.
There only are 2 months remaining until the end of the Serie A and the champions of Italy are announced. Inter Milan is positioned in the 10th spot of the Italian League and it seems very far-fetched to believe that they will be competing in the Champions League in the upcoming season.
Inter Milan’s latest results has seen them losing against Sampdoria while only being able to draw with Cesena and Napoli in their previous Serie A matches.
The Italian coach has admitted in saying that he did not know it was going to be this difficult but is confident that he return Inter Milan to their former glory days, however its going to take time to make it happen.
“When I arrived I thought it would be difficult, but I didn’t know it was going to be so hard. But my first Inter team had a complete squad; this is different.’’
“Ferguson worked for seven years to create his Manchester masterpiece. Inter maybe don’t need seven but Inter will need a bit of time and patience.I’m not a magician. We have to work hard, while in Italy you want everything immediately. However, we have to start again from scratch.’’ Inter Milan’s Roberto Mancini told Italian media. Read the rest of this entry »
January 23rd, 2015
Romania are well on their way on securing a qualification ticket to the next rounds of the 2016 Euro’s as the nation is currently located at the top of Group F with 10 having been secured and not a single match lost so far. Northern Ireland are following them closely behind with 9 points.
Even with the superb qualification campaign that Romania is going through, their head coach, AnghelIordanescu believes that he could use some additional help and he will try to persuade Mirel Radoi and Stefan Radu on coming out of their international retirement in order to help their country out in this process.
MirelRadoi is a 33 year old defender who retired from playing with Romania back in 2010 but he still remains being an active player as he performs with Al Ahli in the United Arab Emirates meanwhile Stefan Radu is 28 and perform for the Italian side Lazio. Read the rest of this entry »