Mazzarri slams Mancini calls

by | Nov 2, 2014 08:33

Walter Mazzarri hit out angrily at fans calling for Roberto Mancini to take over at Inter after a 2-0 defeat to Parma.

The Nerazzurri were beaten by the bottom of the table club who had been on a run of six consecutive losses.

Walter Mazzarri hit out angrily at fans calling for Roberto Mancini to take over at Inter after a 2-0 defeat to Parma.

The Nerazzurri were beaten by the bottom of the table club who had been on a run of six consecutive losses.

Mazzarri was asked about the presence of a banner at the Stadio Tardini last night calling for Mancini to be brought in.

“If after two victories and a draw with Napoli these things are being discussed, then I really don’t care what they say,” was his response to Mediaset Premium.

Meanwhile, Inter director Piero Ausilio told reporters there was “no truth” in rumours of a meeting with Mancini this week.

Mazzarri’s position is in doubt now following the 2-0 defeat to Parma, especially as it cast previous results under a new light.

They had won two in a row, but only thanks to Mauro Icardi penalties against Sampdoria and 10-man Cesena.

“What message do I send to the fans? I say what I think, which is that the club knows our working methods,” added the Coach in his Press conference.

“There are no other players available, even if that shouldn’t be an excuse. We have the desire, every now and then we let go, perhaps lulled into a false sense of security, but must remember in Italian football every game is complicated.

“It’s true that at times we practically give away goals. We lack the strength, the gas and the conviction to react to setbacks.

“However, it’s a very balanced League and many teams are dropping points, so that can give us hope of climbing back up towards third place. We need a couple of victories and we’ll be right up there.”

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