Milan – Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi still deplore dismissal as coach Walter Mazzarri. However, he insists ready to continue working hard with new coach, Roberto Mancini.
Inter decided to let go of a position coach Mazzarri following unsatisfactory results throughout the season. In Serie A, the Nerazzurri currently scattered in the ninth standings with 16 of 11 games.
From the number of matches, only four were successfully won while already lost three times. They had trailed by 12 points ahead of Juventus at the top.
“Unfortunately in football coach who always pay for everything, we padalah on the ground,” Icardi regrets about sacking as disclosed Mazzarri told Sky Sport.
However, Inter are now ready to navigate a new journey together Mancini ever deliver them to success. Former coach of Manchester City was previously credited with bringing three consecutive scudetto in 2005-2008.
However Icardi knew his team need to work hard with the challenges of returning to the path of success.
“It was a quick change from one day to another. Walter Mazzarri has gone and have come Roberto Mancini. As a team we should always do our best,” he continued