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Roberto Mancini bitterly disappointed after Parma draw


Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini was not a happy man after his side could only manage a draw at home against Parma.

The Italian predicted a tough game in yesterday's press conference and Roberto Donadoni's men didn't make life easy for the Nerazzurri on Saturday afternoon.

A place in next season's Europa League will be very hard to achieve for Internazionale with Mancini already ready to shift the focus on next season.

"I am really disappointed with the outcome of the game, especially with the second half performance," Mancini said.

"The approach to the game was not what I wanted so the boos from the fans are understandable. Nobody will have a nice Easter, it's now about respecting the jersey until the very end.

"Most likely I'm also to blame [for the results] especially since we spent two weeks preparing the game. Maybe I'm not explaining myself properly.

"It's not a matter of fitness level, in football some believe that a change of coach will bring improvements but it's not always the case.

"Getting back to winning terms will not be easy, but we will try.

"We have to focus on next season and just give it our best shot in these last nine remaining games."

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