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Saturday September 26 2015
Guarin: 'Inter thinking about Scudetto'

Fredy Guarin confirms Inter “can think about winning the Scudetto” and credits Coach Roberto Mancini with their success.

The Nerazzurri have started the campaign with five straight wins, their best run for 49 years.

“The great thing about football is that it can change so quickly,” Guarin told reporters at the launch of his website FredyGuarin.com.

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Friday September 25 2015
Moratti: ‘Mancini deserves credit’

Massimo Moratti praises Roberto Mancini for Inter’s start to the season - “the merit is 80 per cent his”.

The Nerazzurri have won all five of their opening games, and are sitting top of the Serie A table, and the former President believes it’s down to the Coach.

“The Coach is always the same,” Moratti told journalists as he left Saras in Milan.

“He has great professionalism and determination. Last season it went wrong. Now the merit is 80 per cent his.

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Friday September 25 2015
Are Inter just getting lucky?

After a fifth successive yet unconvincing victory, Varun Mathure wonders if Inter are simply riding their luck in Serie A.

When Verona last visited San Siro, Nerazzurri fans were treated to a performance they have become accustomed to. Inter had conceded a late goal once more and were held to a draw. The result saw the team languishing in ninth place with just 16 points from their first 11 games.

The aftermath of the result saw then Coach Walter Mazzarri bemoan the onset of rain which served as the final nail in his coffin. Roberto Mancini was brought in five days later and he stated that his ambition was to take Inter back to the top in Italy and Europe.

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Wednesday September 23 2015
Mancini: 'Inter not favourites'

Roberto Mancini refused to call Inter Scudetto favourites after five consecutive victories, disposing of Verona 1-0.

The Nerazzurri are already three points clear of second-placed Fiorentina with their best start since 1967-68.

“We are storing away some nuts for winter,” smiled the Coach on Mediaset Premium.

“I am not satisfied with how we started the game tonight, though perhaps there was a bit of fatigue, but we improved after the break.

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Tuesday September 22 2015
Mancini: ‘Verona have great character’

Roberto Mancini praises Verona’s great “character” as Inter prepare to face them tomorrow.

The Coach addressed the media in his pre-match Press conference, and was keen to praise Andrea Mandorlini’s side.

“They’re a top team,” Mancini explained.

“They have character, and they can do well like they did last year. Mandorlini is good, and it will be a tough match. We’ll have to fight to win.

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Tuesday September 22 2015
‘Inter are not perfect’

Coach Roberto Mancini says Inter must always aim for the top, but admits “we’re not perfect”.

The Nerazzurri have taken 12 points from their opening four Serie A fixtures, but the former Manchester City manager says there’s still improvements to be made.

“We’ve signed both young and experienced players,” Mancini explained in his Press conference ahead of the Verona match.

“We’ve worked well, but like every team we’re not perfect, we have problems and gaps and we have to work.

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Tuesday September 22 2015
Mancini: ‘Nothing changes for Inter’

Roberto Mancini warns “nothing changes” for Inter, despite a perfect start to the Serie A season.

The Nerazzurri have won all of their first four games, leading to talk of a Scudetto challenge, but the Coach is keen to play down expectations.

“Nothing changes because of this start to the season,” Mancini said in his Press conference ahead of the Verona match.

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Tuesday September 22 2015
‘Inter have quality and physicality’

Roberto Mancini deserves credit for building a tough and quality Inter side, according to Giovanni Trapattoni.

Speaking in an interview with Tuttosport, the veteran Coach praised Mancio for finding a good balance to his squad with his summer signings.

"Mancini is experienced and has many merits,” said the 76-year-old.

“The difficulties he had last year are proving to be a strength. He got an idea of ​​the squad and then asked for the players he needed on the transfer market.

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Monday September 21 2015
Miha: ‘Milan a winning horse’

Sinisa Mihajlovic believes his Milan side is “a winning horse” and discusses Inter.

The Rossoneri have won two and lost two of their opening four Serie A fixtures, while their city rivals have taken maximum points.

“The only thing I envy about [Inter Coach Roberto] Mancini is his hairstyle,” Mihajlovic laughed, in his Press conference ahead of tomorrow’s clash with Udinese.

“Not the colour, just the cut!

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Monday September 21 2015
Materazzi: ‘Inter can target Scudetto’

Marco Materazzi says Inter can ‘target the Scudetto’ and that Roberto Mancini is ‘the right person’ to make it happen.

The former Nerazzurri defender, who now manages Indian club Chennaiyin, has been impressed by the club’s 100 per cent winning start to the season.

"Mancini is a very reliable Coach, he was the right person to make the team return to being champions,” said Materazzi to Radio 1.

“I think about Jovetic, who was greatest signing of the summer transfer market.

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