Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini does not think he has fallen victim to a managerial 'second-season syndrome'.
Pellegrini claims he had a tougher time in his first campaign as City boss and has just been let down by some rudimentary mistakes this term.
Pellegrini's side fell away badly in the second half of the season, tamely surrendering their Barclays Premier League crown to Chelsea after being joint-top in January.
The Chilean is due to meet with club officials to analyze where things went wrong but he insists he has not found the going tougher.
The 61-year-old said: "No, I don't think so. Last…