Roberto Mancini- Football Coach (In a Nutshell)
- Roberto Mancini was born in Italy on November 27th, 1964.
- During his playing career he was an attacking midfielder, that played 36 games for Italy.
- He has coached six different teams, along with coaching the Italian national team since 2018, including being coach of Italy when they won Euro 2020.
- “I always try to work hard and well if it’s possible.”- Roberto Mancini
- “To lead your country is the crowning ambition for any coach.” – Roberto Mancini
Roberto Mancini- Football Coach (Nitty Gritty)
- “Before I was a manager, I was a player for 11 years.” – Roberto Mancini
- “You can’t win every year. This is impossible in England.” – Roberto Mancini
- “When I was a player, I was always interested in management.” – Roberto Mancini
- “I like English football because you play all the games from the start of the Premier League to the very last game always 100%. Even when squads in the last two or three games have just been relegated, they still play 100%.”- Roberto Mancini
Roberto Mancini- Football Coach (What sets him apart)
- “I know only one way: work hard.” – Roberto Mancini
- “Young people are our future, and I always want to help them to grow.” – Roberto Mancini
- “It is very difficult when I have to choose a first 11 because I understand the feelings that players gave when players are on the bench; it is very difficult.” – Roberto Mancini
Roberto Mancini- Football Coach (Final Thoughts)
- “In football, you can do well even without spending huge amounts.” – Roberto Mancini
- “When I played, sometimes we would have one game in a week; now there are no free moments, no time, not even for family.