After Manchester City won the Premier League title in 2012—the first time they had done so in 44 years—Roberto Mancini set about evolving the team’s style. Mancini had established a winning mentality, removing the ‘Cityitis’ that had held the club back for so long, but he knew the journey had only just begun. Show More Summary
Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini showed that he’s still got in in training earlier today. The former attacker led through the ‘watch and learn’ approach to management by scoring a behind-the-goal goal. Mancini, who enjoyed a brief spell with new Premier League champions Leicester City, scored more than 200 goals during his glittering club playing […]
Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini admitted his side will “be supporting Napoli” when the southerners visit Roma on Monday looking to tighten their grip on Serie A’s second automatic Champions League qualifying spot. Inter reinforcedShow More Summary
At the same time that rumours are swirling about that Roberto Mancini or Jose Mourinho could replace Arsene Wenger at the Gunners, German paper Bild have today reported that Wenger is planning for next season at the club. The Gunners are set to make a bid for Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Granit Xhaka, who has repeatedly stated […]
The front page of Italian daily Corriere dello Sport on Tuesday drops a bombshell for Arsenal fans. The paper suggests that the Gunners are considering replacing Arsene Wenger with Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini. Mancini hasn’t enjoyed the best of times at the San Siro, as the club lies in fifth in the league, a whopping […]
Roberto Mancini would prefer to see Leicester win this season's Premier League than Manchester City win the Champions League.
He's still got it. Inter Milan's 51-year-old manager Roberto Mancini has been retired from professional soccer for 15 years, but he made sure to show his players that he's still got better skills than they do at training on Tuesday. #ForzaInter...Show More Summary
Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini has been handed a fine and a one-match ban by Serie A officials following a series of incidents at Sunday’s 3-0 derby defeat to AC Milan. Mancini was sent from the touchlines in the second half after arguing with the fourth official when the referee […]
Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini gets a one-game ban after making an insulting gesture during Sunday's Milan derby.
Inter Milan will reportedly let their captain and star striker Mauro Icardi leave for just £19 million following a bust-up with manager Roberto Mancini —a price Liverpool are prepared to pay. According to Italian outlet Sport Mediaset...Show More Summary
Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini hopes new loan signing Eder can help his side win the Milan derby and revive their Serie A title hopes.
Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini signs Sampdoria striker Eder on loan for two years, before Sunday's Milan derby.
Another week, another racism storm in Italy. Days after Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini accused Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri of being “a racist who should not be in football”, another deplorable incident is now on top of the news. Juventus beat Roma 1-0 in the late match in Serie A on Sunday, and visiting midfielder Daniele De […]
Inter Milan accept an apology offered by Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri after homophobic remarks to Roberto Mancini.
Napoli's Maurizio Sarri gets a two-game ban for comments made to Inter's Roberto Mancini, who claimed homophobic words were used.
Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri probably feels lucky today. Days after calling Inter manager Roberto Mancini a “faggot” during a game, the Italian soccer federation has fined him €20,000 and given him a two-match Coppa Italia suspension. It could’ve been a lot worse. Read more...
Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini claims Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri called him a “finocchio,” which is Italian for fggot. As a result, Sarri has been suspended for two games by Italian soccer officials. The incident occurred in the closing minutes of Inter’s 2-0 win over Napoli in Tuesday night’s Italian Cup quarterfinal. Mancini got sent […]
An Italian gay rights group demanded on Wednesday that Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri be punished for his homophobic rant at Inter Milan counterpart Roberto Mancini. Following Inter’s 2-0 Italian Cup quarterfinal victory at Napoli on Tuesday night, Sarri called Mancini a “poof,” leading to a furious reaction from the former […]
Yesterday’s tense Coppa Italia Inter-Napoli match boiled over when the two teams’ managers got into a sideline argument towards the end of the game, for which Inter coach Roberto Mancini was sent off the pitch. After the match, an upset Mancini decried his counterpart Maurizio Sarri’s behavior, claiming he was called a “faggot.” Read more...
Maurizio Sarri is in trouble. Want Backheel Breakfast in your inbox? Sign up for the email version here. Inter boss Roberto Mancini says Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri shouted gay slurs at him during the Coppa Italia match between the two teams, and called him a racist for good measure. Show More Summary