Inter Milan 1-2 Wolfsburg: It’s All My Fault, Mancini Takes The Responsibility Of Defeat

Inter Milan suffered a defeat at the hands of Wolfsburg in the second leg of their Europa League tie at San Siro in which the home team was booed by the Nerazzuri fans for their awful performance. Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini took the blame for the early exit and said that it’s all his fault. Read more »


Inter Will Not Be In The Champions League Next Season, Concedes Mancini

Following a 1-1 home draw with Cesena on Sunday, Inter manager Roberto Mancini admitted that his side will not be able to play in the Champions League next season. Mancini, who guided Inter to three back to back Serie A titles from 2005 till 2008, is in his second spell in charge of the Nerazzuri. Mancini joined the club in November, taking over the reins from Walter Mazzarri. At that point in time the San Siro outfit were ninth on the Serie A table and playing poorly. Since then, the team have improved but not enough to be competing for the Champions League spots and the former Manchester City boss admitted the same. “At the moment there’s no point talking about third place, it’s not even logical to do so.” “With a win we would’ve reached 39 points with 11 rounds to go. Now it’s going to be pretty difficult to reach third place. A win would’ve given us hope […] Read more »

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Napoli 2-2 Inter Milan: We Failed To Manage Situation Properly, Says Benitez

Napoli were two goals up after 63 minutes thanks to strikes from Marek Hamsik and Gonzalo Higuain but had to settle for a draw against Inter Milan as Rodrigo Palacio and Mauro Icardi came to the rescue of the San Siro side. Napoli coach Rafael Benitez said after the game that his players failed to read the situation properly and slipped up in the final moments of the game Read more »


Napoli V Inter Milan – Team News, Tactics, Lineups And Predictions

NAPOLI v INTER MILAN Stadio San Paolo, Naples Sunday 8th March, 2015, 19:45 GMT  *** Champions League chasers Napoli will be aiming to bounce back from defeat to Torino as they welcome Inter. The Partenopei have managed to close the gap on second-placed Roma to four points after going on a positive run of just two defeats in six matches, and are now serious contenders to challenge Rudi Garcia’s side for the runner-up spot. Rafael Benitez has declared his unhappiness after slipping 13 points adrift of leaders Juventus, but considering the injuries the squad has had to deal with, it has to be said they have done quite well. With the likes of Lorenzo Insigne and Juan Zuniga having been sidelined through injury, Napoli have still managed to create a number of chances in their fixtures and have played some attractive football. It is a positive that Benitez did touch on after last week’s 1-0 defeat to Torino, and he and […] Read more »


Former Italy Captain Fabio Cannavaro Sentenced To 10-Months Imprisonment

Fabio Cannavaro, who won the 2006 World Cup with Italy, has been hand a 10-month jail sentence for breaching orders to keep out of his property after it was seized by authorities. Former Parma, Inter Milan, Juventus and Real Madrid defender, Fabio Cannavaro, who is now coach of Chinese league side Guangzhou Evergrande, has been undergoing investigation for tax invasion. According to reports, the Italian’s villa has been confiscated for suspected abuse of building regulations, involving failing to secure planning permission from the local council to carry out works to the house, the garden and pool. Fabio Cannavaro, his wife Daniela Arenoso, and his brother Paolo, who plays in Serie A for Sassuolo, were acquitted over the planning permission allegations, but convicted for breaking a police seal and entering a property illegally. It is reported that the three were caught swimming in the swimming pool of the said property. All three have been handed a 10-month jail sentence for the […] Read more »


Mancini Asks Inter’s Director To ‘put your hand in your pocket’ And Sign Yaya Toure

Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini has revealed that he would love to have Yaya Toure at the club and has pleaded to his Sporting Director to try and sign the midfielder. The Ivorian was signed by Mancini in 2010, when the Italian was in charge of Manchester City, for a fee of around £24m and he turned out to be a key player for them in the following years as he helped his side to their first title in 35 years after City won the FA Cup. Toure then helped his side clinch the Premier League under Mancini after they won in dramatic fashion in 2012. Speaking to Sky Sport24, Mancini said, “Yaya Toure? Piero Ausilio [Inter’s sporting director] – put your hand in your pocket! “I had Yaya at Manchester City and I think he is one of the best players in the world. “It’s not easy, though, because he’s at Manchester City, so it’s up to him and […] Read more »

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Manchester United Getting Dragovic, Roma Signing Konoplyanka & The Deals That Could Happen On The D Day

The transfer window of almost all major European markets, including Serie A and EPL, is going to shut down at 2300 hrs on Monday but many of the continent’s top clubs, including Manchester United, Arsenal, Inter Milan and AS Roma are hopeful of signing at least one new player in next 24 hours. Read more »