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Emre: Mancini will be sacked

AusFootball2010-05-05 06:07:42 +0000 #1
Quote: - November 18, 2005

Newcastle United midfielder Emre says his former coach at Inter Milan, Roberto Mancini, could be sacked in the coming months.

"If he continues along this path, Mancini will be the next to go in the next two to three months," warned the Turkish international.

He also told Sky Italia: "Patron Massimo Moratti is a wonderful person, but he has the wrong advisors alongside him. I think Mancini is a little too young to have taken on this job and should've been in charge of another two or three clubs before coming to Inter."

What is the situation with Mancini - is he near the sack... I mean for the players Inter have, lets face it; they are under-performing are they not?
devious2010-05-05 06:19:22 +0000 #2
Pizarro backs Mr Motivator Friday 18 November, 2005


David Pizarro has given his full support to under-pressure Inter Coach Roberto Mancini. "He has really fired us up," he said.

For Mancini, the two-week break will have come as great respite from the constant speculation surrounding his future, although only yesterday one of his former charges - Emre Belozoglu - declared that his ex-boss would be out of a job within three months.

Pizarro’s words will then come as great comfort to the 40-year-old tactician, who has been the subject of growing criticism after a disappointing start to the season.

"He really believes in this side," said the Chilean midfielder. "He has told us that he won’t give up until he has fulfilled his ambitions with the Nerazzurri.

"His words have really fired us up and they mean a lot to a squad that wants to overcome a difficult period and which will definitely succeed in doing so."

The fact that Pizarro's is the rallying cry from the Inter camp will mean all the more to his Coach, given that the former Udinese man has not been a regular player under his tutelage.

The summer signing has only played five games this term, two of which were as cover for the suspended Juan Sebastian Veron.

Inter are 10 points behind Juventus and eight shy of city rivals Milan, but after a difficult run of matches, Mancio’s men now have the opportunity to get a run of wins going. After Parma on Sunday, Inter play Messina and then Ascoli before the Milan derby.

"We believe we can get back in the title race," continued Pizarro. "We can reduce the gap between us and the leaders by Christmas.

"We need to be more ruthless in front of goal otherwise it will be hard to get the wins we need.

"It’s easy to talk about it but we must stay calm. We must just use all the quality that we have in the side and then it will definitely be possible to reach our goals."
devious2010-05-05 06:27:00 +0000 #3
He just want to find a reguler rule in the lines-up
A3eMurderer2010-05-05 07:26:57 +0000 #4
He's on the bitter bus because spent most of his career at inter wiping dust off the bench. Inter are just going through a bad phase, that's all...
Zek2010-05-05 07:25:31 +0000 #5
fair comments by Emre...



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