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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 »
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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 »
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Being 35 years of age Chivu has entered into the league of a versatile defender of Inter Milan and Roman International officially.
When he was 19 years of age he became famous at the age of 19. It was the effort made by Ajax by which he could come Eredivisie Romania. It was in 2002 when he was in the FIFA line up and 18 million Euros was spent bring Chivu and he spent four seasons for Roma from 2003 and 2007 but during the period he was prone to minor injuries.
He is hailed as the tall defender for the Wolves. He has just 6 goals merely for the Betel shirts. At Roma, he triumphed in the Copa Italia and then he joined Inter Milan. He is so skilful as a defender that he can play in any position. All the responsibilities are being taken care of by Chivu. His left foot is powerful and every coach wants him He hits the top most corner of the goal and he had various choices before leaving for Rome. Mourinho was bought in but he did not play as many match in his time. As far as La Grande Inter II is concerned he has proven to be a pivotal role in it. He proved that there is rhythm in his left foot time and again. In the Champions League of 2009 he has played almost 9 matches.
The injuries cost him dearly which made his speed deter and also his potential. He did decide to call it quits at 33. Chivu has tasted all the glory that he wished for in the clubs but to captain Roma was not under his belt. He has called it quits from the career point of view but the fans continue to remember him.
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The Internazionale head Mr. Erick Thohir says he has no plans to do the analysis of the work of the head coach Walter Mazzarri in near future.
After Inter’s big losses to Cagliari and Fiorentina, some newspapers in Italy had quoted the club chairman saying that the manager’s job was unsafe and the results of the next couple of games would determine if he continues or gets handed the axe. After that, the names of some unemployed managers started to pop up with Robert Mancini being rumoured as the strongest contender. Read the rest of this entry »