Roberto Mancini, the head coach of Italy's national football team, has announced his resignation from the position. He submitted his resignation to the Italian Federation on Sunday, marking the end of his tenure as the coach. Mancini took charge of the team in 2018, following a disappointing period for Italian football when the national team failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years.
Under Mancini's leadership, Italy experienced a remarkable turnaround. In 2021, the team achieved great success by winning the UEFA European Championship, showcasing their strength and resilience. The victory brought immense pride to the nation and marked a significant milestone for Italian football.
However, despite this triumph, Italy faced a setback in their journey towards the 2022 World Cup. The team was unable to secure qualification for the tournament, which led to disappointment among fans and raised questions about the future of the national team.