Mancini: “We could have fought with Juventus. The biggest mistake…”

February 28, 2017 17:59
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Roberto Mancini’s Inter departure is still a hot talking point. Today the former nerazzurri tactician spoke to Sky Sports about the situation:

“My time at Inter ended badly. We reached a common agreement to terminate my contract because the conditions to work calmly were not there. There was a lot of chaos because the club was in the middle of completing the sale. It was essential to continue to work on our project. We were first place for 20 days and we stayed in the top 4 for almost the entire season. I think that we could have fought with Juventus this season, and if not win the league, finish second at least. It could have been a special year.”

“Inter’s history was made by the Moratti family.  The Zhang family has the economic power to invest in Inter. Losing Fassone was the biggest mistake. He was a guy that Piero [Ausilio] and I always referred to.”


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  • JAY

    we don’t play good with pioli , mancini’s old inter was the best inter to watch with ibradacabra

    • Deddy Kristian Aritonang

      Under Mancini, we had almost all quality players in every position. Ibra, Adriano, Vieira, Maicon, Cambiasso, Samuel, Materazzi, Zanetti, STankovic, Burdisso, Cordoba, Maxwell, Chivu, Figo, Crespo, etc….Our players now are below them but still have the potential to develop more. Pioli is on the right track, I suppose.

  • Nerazzurri88

    Mancini you’re delusional. There was no way your team could’ve played cohesive like they’re playing now. I’ve got to witness your team on the US tour, and everybody was completely out of shape, playing nothing. You probably could have gotten some positive results, but there was no way you could’ve put this team together with a high spirit. You can bring names, but if you cant make them play together then what’s the point?

    • JAY

      the us tour was a total nightmare

  • R9

    Pass the weed, bruh.

  • Colin

    Coulda, woulda, shoulda. Pioli has actually got the playing with some spirit