4. Sept. Die Schuldtragenden sind laut Neunationaltrainer Roberto Mancini die Vereine – speziell Juventus Turin, Inter Mailand und die AS Rom. vor 3 Tagen "Dybala hat eine hohe Qualität. Bei Inter bereut man es zutiefst, ihn nicht geholt zu haben", sagte Mancini im Interview mit La Stampa. 8. Aug. Inter Mailand trennt sich von seinem Coach Roberto Mancini. Der Italiener passte wohl nicht ins Zukunftskonzept der chinesischen Besitzer.
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Mancini had been at the club years and was almost a son to the president, Paolo Mantovani. At that stage, Mancini had established himself as the most powerful voice in the Blucerchiati dressing room.
As a teenager at Sampdoria, Mancini was not someone who liked his authority being questioned. After Trevor Francis signed from Manchester City in , aggrieved that his place was under threat, the year-old Mancini ended up picking a fight with year-old Francis on the training ground.
A similar incident occurred with Liam Brady , who was eight years older. After the match, Mancini had stripped off to the waist and was waiting to fight him.
In the —00 season , Lazio won the Scudetto and Coppa Italia , but Mancini failed to score in 20 matches and later announced his playing retirement.
He joined Lazio's coaching staff as Sven-Göran Eriksson's number two. In , when asked about Mancini, Eriksson said, "I took him to Lazio with me and he wanted to be a manager even while he was a player.
He was the coach, he was the kit man, he was the bus driver, everything. At Sampdoria he wanted to check that everything was in place before training.
Sometimes I would have to tell him: Joining Leicester City on loan in January ,   Mancini made his Premier League debut against Arsenal at the age of 36, but failed to complete a full 90 minutes in his five appearances for the club.
He telephoned the club on 14 February, however, and informed them he would not be returning to England; he had been offered the manager's job at Fiorentina.
Despite success at club level, Mancini never became a regular for Italy. At the under level, Mancini was part of the team which reached the semi-finals in the UEFA European Under Football Championship and finished runners-up in Mancini's international career ended after a dispute with national team coach Arrigo Sacchi , when Mancini was upset because he would not be guaranteed a first team place at the World Cup.
Mancini was a creative and technically gifted forward, who was frequently deployed as a supporting striker alongside a centre forward, or, on occasion, as an offensive playmaker in the attacking midfield position later on in his career.
A classic number 10 with creativity and vision, as well as accurate passing and finishing ability, he was capable of assisting many goals as well as scoring them himself, due to his eye for the final pass; he was also known for his excellent technique in the air, which enabled him to execute spectacular volleys.
An elegant and skilful player, Mancini was also renowned for his flair, ball control and dribbling ability, as well as his tactical intelligence.
He frequently stood out because of this attribute, as well as due to his leadership. He was often a vocal presence on the football pitch, regularly organising and motivating his teammates, as well as discussing with opponents and arguing with referees.
Although Mancini had written a research pamphlet entitled "Il Trequartista" ,  which examined the role of an attacking midfielder , he had not as yet attained the necessary coaching badges to become a manager.
He therefore needed special dispensation from the Italian football authorities to take the post at Fiorentina ,  which was given on 4 March According to various sources,   Mancini sometimes worked unpaid and even received death threats after key players such as Rui Costa and Francesco Toldo had to be sold.
Despite this, Mancini managed to win the Coppa Italia before quitting on 11 January ,  after just ten months in the job, with Fiorentina in the relegation zone of Serie A.
On 9 May , Mancini was appointed manager of Lazio. In —04 , Lazio won the Coppa Italia. Before the start of the —05 season , rumours circulated in the Italian press that Inter Milan had approached Mancini to fill the recently vacated managerial position at the club.
Then, in July , Lazio released Mancini from his contract  and joined Inter. Mancini took over on 7 July Inter became the dominant team in Italy.
Inter finished third in —04 Serie A and reached the Champions League quarter-finals only to be knocked out by city rivals A.
Milan 3—0 on aggregate. In August , Inter won the Supercoppa Italiana for the second time in their history with a 1—0 victory over Juventus.
Following the Calciopoli scandal, Juventus were stripped of the Scudetto title, which was handed to Inter instead.
Inter achieved a record-breaking run of 17 consecutive victories in Serie A , starting on 25 September , with a 4—1 home win over Livorno and ending on 28 February after a 1—1 draw at home to Udinese.
The run lasted for almost five months and is among the best in European league football history. Inter won a second successive league title with five games to spare and only losing one league game all season.
Inter finished with a record-breaking 97 points. Mancini became the third coach in Inter history to win back-to-back league titles after Alfredo Foni ; —53 and —54 and Helenio Herrera ; —65 and — Inter also progressed to the Coppa Italia and Italian Super Cup for the third consecutive season, but were beaten in both finals by Roma.
Once again, however, Inter struggled in Europe. In the Champions League , they were knocked out in the first knockout round by Valencia.
At the end of the game, there was a mass brawl involving both sets of players. This was Mancini's fourth, and final, season in charge of Inter.
His reputation continued to grow as he added a third consecutive Serie A title to his honours. Again he guided Inter to the Coppa Italia final , but lost for a second consecutive season to Roma, 2—1, at the Stadio Olimpico.
Despite his successes, the inability to make any real progress in the Champions League displeased Inter owner Massimo Moratti. Inter were knocked out in the first knockout round of the Champions League by Liverpool.
Inter almost held out for a draw, but two late goals in the 85th and 90th minute by Liverpool damaged Inter's hopes of progressing. He rescinded this decision a day later after meeting with Moratti.
Mancini was linked to the vacant Chelsea manager's position in May  and then the same role at Notts County  On 30 October , Mancini won compensation for his sacking by Inter.
On 19 December , Mancini was publicly revealed to be taking over as manager of Manchester City on a three-and-a-half-year deal following the sacking of Mark Hughes.
In April, City moved into fourth place in the Premier League. On 5 May, however, a single goal defeat at home to Tottenham Hotspur meant that City missed out on a Champions League spot.
City finished the season in fifth place, their highest Premier League finish. Mancini spent heavily during summer transfer window.
With a 2—0 win away at Wigan Athletic on 19 September , City moved into fourth position in the league and did not drop out of the top four positions during the rest of the season.
In October and November, the team struggled for form, which put some pressure on Mancini,  with his tactics widely criticised following two consecutive 0—0 home draws with Manchester United and Birmingham City.
A fine run of form in the weeks running up to Christmas, however, meant City occupied first place in the Premier League twice over the Christmas period.
In the ten games before 15 January , City won seven times, drew twice and lost only once as they moved into title contention, while also securing passage into the Round of 32 of the Europa League by finishing as the top team in Group A.
As a result of his team's strong league form, Mancini was awarded the Premier League Manager of the Month award for December.
City's Premier League form tailed off again in the new year, with City jointly contesting the FA Cup and Europa League, and Mancini cited burnout for losing ground in the league title race.
A win over Tottenham in May guaranteed City the opportunity to play Champions League football the following season. This FA Cup triumph meant that Mancini joined five other City managers who have all won major honours, and it has finally ended the club's longest trophy drought in its history.
Only goal difference separated City from achieving a second-place finish over Chelsea. City began the Premier League season very strongly, winning 12 of their first 14 matches and scoring an impressive 48 goals while only conceding These results left City undefeated and five points clear at the top of the league over second-placed Manchester United by the beginning of December.
Many were impressed with the impact of Agüero and Nasri, which had given City an exciting, attacking verve. City maintained the lead in the Premier League over the next five months but struggled in the Champions League in group that involved Bayern Munich , Napoli and Villarreal.
City failed to progress, but finished third in the group with ten points, normally enough to guarantee qualification into the knock-out stages.
City had Vincent Kompany controversially sent-off in the sixth minute and United managed to create a 3—0 lead before half-time against a lacklustre and beleaguered City team.
However, after numerous tactical changes from Mancini at half-time, City came out fighting with ten men, a shadow of the team that played in the first half.
City were in the ascendency and continued to push for an equalising despite having only ten men, but failed to do so with the final whistle.
Mancini later believed the match was a seminal moment in the development of his team, demonstrating that City were a better team than United.
He believed that the match helped to carve out a fighting spirit that his team had previously lacked.
City also progressed to the League Cup semi-final , maintaining Mancini's record of reaching a major competition semi-final in every season he has managed.
City played Liverpool and conceded an away goal in the first leg with a penalty from Steven Gerrard.
Mancini stated pre-season that Manchester City's long-term aim was to win the Champions League. Manchester City won 3—2 on this occasion.
On 21 November , a 1—1 draw at home to Real Madrid saw Manchester City and Mancini exit the Champions League at the group stage for the second successive season.
At the end of the calendar year of , Manchester City were second in the Premier League, seven points behind local rivals Manchester United.
In contrast to the —12 league season, Mancini's team struggled to score sufficient goals and suffered some poor results in the second half of the season, such as a 3—1 loss to Southampton on 9 February which Mancini described as the worst performance during his time in charge at City and a 2—0 loss to Everton on 16 March.
City's poor form led to United capturing the Premier League title on 22 April with a 3—0 win over Aston Villa with four games to spare. On 30 September , Mancini signed a three-year contract with Turkish side Galatasaray , taking over from the previous coach Fatih Terim , who had left to take over as coach of the Turkish national team.
Galatasaray there met Chelsea and were eliminated despite drawing the home leg 1—1. Under Mancini, Galatasaray won their first 12 —14 Süper Lig home matches, including a 6—0 victory over Bursaspor , the highest winning margin in the league as of game week On 11 June, Mancini left the club by mutual consent.
This was also verified by Mancini: On 14 November , Mancini agreed to a surprise return at his previous club Inter, replacing Walter Mazzarri at the helm of the Nerazzurri.
Milan in the Derby della Madonnina , which finished in a 1—1 draw, with the club's goal scored by Joel Obi.
On 8 August Mancini left Inter on a mutual agreement. On 14 May , it was announced that he signed as manager of the Italy national team after taking over from caretaker manager , Luigi Di Biagio.
Despite having been a support striker during his playing career, Mancini places great emphasis on building from the back, stressing the importance of not conceding a goal means the team will always have an opportunity to win, going as far to say, "I like 1—0 wins.
I prefer we are boring for two to three matches and we win 1—0. If you watch teams that won titles, they conceded very few goals.
Others accepted that his pragmatic and cautious approach was what the team lacked, and that Mancini's style would ensure City could challenge for trophies regularly.
At Manchester City, Mancini had inherited a team from Mark Hughes , which while showing great prolificacy and potential in front of goal, had an insecure defence.
Intensively coaching his defence enabled him to get his tenure at City off to a positive start. In Inter's —08 Serie A-winning season, Inter conceded the fewest goals in the league with 26, 11 fewer than Juventus and Roma , and at City, his team gradually garnered a reputation as being well organised defensively and tough to break down.
In Mancini's first full season in charge at City, they conceded 33 goals in the Premier League, the fewest along with Chelsea and 18 clean sheets, the highest in the —11 Premier League season.
Mancini's training methods have been criticised by some City players  and especially by ex-Manchester City fitness coach Raymond Verheijen , who is a personal fitness coach for Craig Bellamy.
Mancini is known to use the media to alleviate the pressure from his players. Following City's defeat to Arsenal in the —12 season , a deficit of eight points had been established between rivals Manchester United with only six matches left to play.
After the Arsenal match, he believed the deficit was catchable. City beat United 1—0, with Mancini conceding the title race was back on — but that United were favourites with two matches to play.
Mancini's players believed his approach alleviated pressure and helped City to win the last six league matches, which won the title on goal difference.
Both players hold an Italian citizenship as they have relatives that are Italian, allowing them to be eligible to play for Italy.
An Italian player deserves to play for the national team while someone who wasn't born in Italy, even if they have relatives, I don't think they deserve to.
Following a heated exchange between Mancini and Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri in the final minutes of a Coppa Italia match on 20 January , Mancini accused Sarri of being a homophobe.
Mancini has been married for nearly 28 years to Federica, although recent reports have Roberto and Federica separating in Both of his sons have at one point been a part of Manchester City's under youth team.
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Retrieved 13 May That same year, Mancini also celebrated his first silverware since arriving in Italy as Roma won the Coppa Italia , beating Internazionale in the final.
In the —08 season , Mancini scored eight league goals as Roma reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League and finished as runners-up in Serie A for the second year running.
He did not have the best of seasons though, in what would prove to be his last in Rome. However, he failed to become a first team regular due to his lack of consistency.
On 1 February , he moved to city rivals A. Milan , on loan for the remainder of the —10 season , with an option for them to acquire half of the player's rights at the end of the loan spell.
He played for the team until the end of the year. After spending unsigned with any team, in January Mancini signed with Villa Nova for their Minas Gerais state league campaign.
He scored seven goals, making him the top-scorer of the league. His nickname, Mancini, is a diminutive form of Manso which means calm in Portuguese ,  His composite surname composite of father and mother, however Spanish and Portuguese culture had difference order is Faiolhe Amantino, which the former is the misspelling of Faioli.
He also holds Italian nationality through descent, via his great-grandmother Genoveffa from Veneto. He was under investigation in for rape accused by a Brazilian woman, which happened in December after a party held by Ronaldinho.
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This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is Faiolhe and the second or paternal family name is Amantino.
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