Mancini: It Doesn't Happen Overnight
Talking about bringing trophies to Eastlands Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini said, "It doesn't happen overnight."
The 45-year-old Italian spoke to the official MCFC website prior to his summer break and said...
"I think the most important thing I try to instil in my players is that they must always believe that they can win - we need a winning mentality at this club because eventually, it pays off."
"It doesn't happen overnight and can take maybe six or eight months to really be absorbed, but if you are prepared to work hard every game, you will always have a chance of being successful."
"It's a simple observation, but very true - you can't win anything without working hard."
Inter Milan: In his debut season (2004-2005) he won the club's first trophy in seven years - a 3-0 Coppa Italia final victory over Roma.
In 2005-2006 Mancini again won the Italian Cups and an Italian Super Cup and won the Scudetto, the first for Inter in 16 years.
In 2006-2007, Mancini guided Inter to a second successive league title as they amassed a record-breaking total of 97 points, which is an Italian football record and until the season 2009-10 was a European record, too.
2007-2008 proved to be Mancini's final season in charge of Inter 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.
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