Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has made it clear he won't be back at Inter any time soon in a radio interview.
Mancini, who was in charge of the Nerazzurri from 2004 till 2008, came out in defence of the club's young Coach Andrea Stramaccioni.
“Inter are fine. Here in Italy you have to have a little more patience. If you change a lot of players, you can not think that if there are two bad games you need to change.”
The former Sampdoria striker also discussed his troublesome City protege Mario Balotelli, whose party lifestyle has recently come under the microscope.
“He must understand that he has great talent and cannot waste it. Therefore, women, cigarettes, the good life, he must leave these things aside.”
Mancini was speaking to the programme Chiambretti 10am on Radio Rai.
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