Mancini: Being an Italian coach is a different thing


Mancini: Being an Italian coach is a different thing

Mancini: Being an Italian coach is a different thing

Tigers March 17th Roman March 17, 2018 AFP reported that Zeni in St. Petersburg Special coach Roberto Mancini said in an interview that coaching his own country, Italy, will be a "different" thing.

The 53-year-old Mancini is a popular candidate for the Italian coach, while Chelsea coach Conti and former Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti are also among the top candidates.

"When you are abroad, you will always miss your country very much." Mancini said in an interview with the Sky Sports football series "The Lords of Football" that the show It will also be broadcast on Saturdays.

"When you are in Italy, you sometimes get criticized. When you go abroad, you will miss this feeling."

"When we were still young In the 1970s and 1980s, we watched the Italian national team very excited. You will miss this moment.”

“You will never forget in life. I would like to teach Italy one day. A very different thing."

"In spite of this, I will try to win with Zenit," he added. His current team ranks fifth in Russia.

In November last year, Italy announced the dismissal of its coach Ventura a few days after Italy missed the World Cup for the first time after 60 years.

Although Italy's new coach is expected to decide in June, U21 coach Luigi De Dibiaggio will lead Italy next month and Argentina and England.

Manich was in 2012 leading Manchester City to win the team's first Premiership title in 44 years, while Inter Milan helped the team win three Serie A titles.

The ex-Italian international said that he hopes to become the national team coach to achieve his dream of winning the World Cup.

The former Lazio and Sampdoria striker has never been the main player of the Italian national team during his 10-year career as a player. He played 4 games for Italy in 36 games.