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Mancini enters Italian Hall of Fame

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Roberto Mancini has been inducted in the FIGC Hall of Fame for his performances as a coach during his time in Italy.

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Today Roberto Mancini was recognized for his achievements as a coach in Italy by being inducted into the FIGC Hall of Fame. He has spent 10 of his 15 seasons as a manager in Italy, and has coached Fiorentina, Lazio, and Inter during that time. He has only ended three seasons in Italy without bagging a trophy (not including the current campaign), and has established himself as a bit of a Coppa Italia specialist, winning the cup four times and being runners-up twice. He also won Serie A three times and the Super Cup twice during his first spell at Inter.

Other inductees at this ceremony included Ronaldo, Marco Tardelli, Gianluca Vialli, Giacinto Facchetti, and Helenio Herrera (the full Hall of Fame can be found here). Mancini is yet to win a trophy during his second spell at Inter and he will be eager to add to his collection as soon as possible. When receiving his award he not only spoke about restoring Inter but Italian football as a whole to a level that attracts the best players in the world.

Congratulations on your achievement Mancini!