Roberto Mancini Writes Off Manchester City’s Champions League Chances: The Nightly EPL

roberto mancini Roberto Mancini Writes Off Manchester Citys Champions League Chances: The Nightly EPL

Is Roberto Mancini using reverse psychology, or is he being serious, or perhaps downplaying his team’s chances in the UEFA Champions League to help manage the expectations of his bosses? Whatever the case, this week’s must-win match against Ajax should be riveting to watch.

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3 Responses to Roberto Mancini Writes Off Manchester City’s Champions League Chances: The Nightly EPL

  1. trickybrkn says:

    One of the reason I will always love West Ham is, if you play for us, and give us everything, and love playing for us, we will always love you no matter where you may roam…
    And If you are Paul Ince, and in it for your own glory. then f**k off and never return. or you shall face abuse.

  2. Charles Boyer says:

    Sounds like Roberto is trying to use the same reverse psychology he employed last year in the PL. Problem with that is, mind games like that usually only work once.

  3. says:

    The problem could be that with Ferran Soriano and Txiki Begiristain, City’s new chief executive and director of football respectively, forming an ex-Barcelona axis at the club, the big whisper is that Guardiola could join his erstwhile colleagues to form a formidable Spanish triangle of power if Mancini does not deliver.

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