This file photo taken on November 23, 2014 shows Inter Milan's coach Roberto Mancini gesturing during the Serie A football match between AC Milan and Inter at San Siro Stadium in Milan. AFP / GIUSEPPE CACACE
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Former Italy international Roberto Mancini said Wednesday he wanted to take over as Italy national football coach to fulfill his dream of winning the World Cup. Mancini, 53, is positioning himself among the favorites to manage the four-time World Cup winners, with Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and former Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti, also being touted as candidates. Mancini never became a regular with Italy during his 10-year international career during which the former Lazio and Sampdoria forward won 36 caps and scored four goals.He reached the semifinals of Euro 1988, and was in the squad that finished third in the 1990 World Cup in Italy.
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