“My patience for him is endless,” he said, even when it came to further discussion of his striker’s smoking habit.
“I haven’t told him to stop,” said Mancini. “I don’t smoke. I don’t like to smoke. If he wants to smoke that is his problem. It is his life.
“If he wants my opinion it is better that he finishes. But if he smokes 10 cigarettes a day and scores two goals in every game, it is better.”
Four days after he was killed, CNN found a journal belonging to late U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens. The journal was found on the floor of the largely unsecured consulate compound where he was fatally wounded.