Mancini confirms he is lining up raid on Manchester City for Toure

first_img1 Yaya Toure with Roberto Mancini Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini has confirmed he is keen to be reunited with Yaya Toure.The Manchester City midfielder’s future at the Etihad Stadium has been uncertain for some time, and the 31-year-old admitted earlier this month he doesn’t know if he will still be at the club next season.Mancini signed Toure from Barcelona back in 2010, and he has suggested he could make another attempt to link up with the Ivorian in the summer.“Yaya is one of the strongest players in the world,” he told Italian newspaper Il Giornale.“He has played in so many teams. He has been in leagues in Belgium, Russia, Spain and England. Italy is the one missing. This could be the right opportunity for him to come and try.“We are building a team. There are players that change the look of a team, and Yaya is one of them.“Next year we could try. We need to bring three champions, and we will see that we will be ready to fight for the Scudetto.”Toure is under contract with the Blues until June 2017 and has scored seven goals in 18 Barclays Premier League appearances this season.Mancini, who led City from 2009 until 2013 and oversaw their maiden Premier League title success in 2011-2012, returned to Inter last November for a second spell at the San Siro.The Nerazzurri are 10th in Serie A, 23 points adrift of leaders Juventus.last_img read more

Summer Internship Report: Michael Roane

first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa — This summer, fifth-year senior Michael Roane is an intern at Holmes Murphy Associates in West Des Moines, Iowa. checked in with Michael to see what his experience has been like so far and how he believes that this experience will help his future.Q: What does your internship consist of?A: I am a sales intern on the employee benefits team. I am prospecting future clients and finding as much information on them as possible and any connections that they have with our sales people. I am also going on sales calls/meetings with current and prospect customers to see how the renewal process works and what it is like to be in a sales role.Q: How did you learn about your internship opportunity?A: I found out about it from Career bluePrint through the Drake University School of Business. I also found out about it from a connection of a family friend who is best friends with one of Holmes Murphy’s senior vice presidents.Q: Before you started your internship, what were your goals for your internship?A: I knew I wanted to be within a sales role, as well as be in a company that is well respected throughout the community. I also wanted to make sure that I was working towards a goal and provided value to the company I would be working for.Q: How will this internship help you in your future?A: This internship will help me get a leg up on other students, and give me the opportunity to learn about the insurance industry and what is it to be in sales. This will also give me the opportunity for a full-time job after I graduate and it will help me build my resume.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more