What I am reading now

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Mancini, Inter, business and other

Do you really believe it?

Inter Milan have sensationally named Roberto Mancini as new manager. After leaving Lazio, Mancini replaces Alberto Zaccheroni, who resigned on the same day. Mancini had been Lazio's coach for two seasons. He started his coaching career at the Rome club as aide to Sven-Goran Eriksson, now England's coach. The former Sampdoria striker is Inter's 11th coach since oil industrialist Massimo Moratti took over the team a decade ago. Inter president Giacinto Facchetti said: "It's useless to try and understand what the problems with Zaccheroni were, but he has preferred to resign and so we have changed direction. "With Mancini, who is one of the best young coaches around, negotiations are under way but no agreement has yet been concluded. I say this to underline the fact that he hasn't already been here for a while, which is what some people have been saying."

I am not sure about it, but I guess there is something wrong with Inter's management. But I am still unable to figure out what is wrong.

No comments:

Related Posts with Thumbnails