Everybody knows that I have nothing but mad love for Mr. Mancini. We’ve been through some very bad times and some very good ones. We were up, we were down and sometimes, we were stuck in the middle. I like Mancini as much as I like Laurent Blanc (ze mad genius!) because they’re blunt men and sometimes they’re able to produce that moment of tactical madness when no one is expecting it.
As Inter Milan manager, Roberto Mancini still has a mountain to climb. Last evening, Inter won 3-1 against Genoa. They currently sit behind fierce rivals, AC Milan, in the 9th position with 25 points.
Mancini recently recruited Xherdan Shaqiri from Bayern Munich, who was close to joining Liverpool. Just one phone call from Mancini and he were convinced that Inter was the right club for him. Welcome to Inter, Shaqiri.
Welcome to Inter, Shaqiri.
Inter is in good hands with Shaqiri and I am certain that Mancini can manage him properly. Osvaldo is a good player with a bad temper, and I think Mancini should ship him out and get another proper attacker. Dare I say he should follow in the PL’s footsteps and look to recruit talent from France? Yes, he should.
Inter faithfuls want Champions League football restore to their club, and although it can be done (mathematically, if Inter goes on a winning streak until season end), from the looks of it, IF Mancini manages to get Inter in the top five, they’ll have to settle for Europa League football and try again next season for CL.
Mancini during the game against Genoa last evening:
I smell dye!
He was hit by a ball, but he was all right in the end. Still I would have liked to check for myself.