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Roberto Mancini Says Manchester City Have Not Given Up On Title: The Nightly EPL

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After a grueling week, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini will be glad by his team’s performance Sunday against Chelsea, and admits that his side have not given up on the title. Judging by today’s performance, he’s absolutely correct. The only stumbling block is Manchester United who haven’t given up yet and look unstoppable at the moment.

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12 Responses to Roberto Mancini Says Manchester City Have Not Given Up On Title: The Nightly EPL

  1. Frill Artist says:

    Anytime this man talks, it’s always garbage that comes out.

  2. Charles Boyer says:

    United have a four game lead on City and then a seven goal advantage in differential.

    Assuming that City can beat United at Old Trafford in April, that means three other teams have to put the Red Devils away before the GD even comes into play. They do have Arsenal away and Chelsea at home, but that’s only three…and that makes the brave assumption that City do not lose the rest of the year.

    Perhaps it is not over yet, but realistically, with each United win in the PL, time is running out. That means to most earsm Mancini’s statements start sounding more and more like he’s only howling at the blue moon.

    • Why? says:

      They seem to struggle more against the teams you don’t expect as much, I’m looking a West Brom away and Swansea add that to your choices and boom goal difference gone and points. Only problem is I also seen city dropping points at Everton and maybe spurs.

  3. Mufc77 says:

    It’s not over yet but the next 4 games should put us out of sight of City. If city drop points against Everton or Villa and We win our next 4 then its over.

    A 15 point lead on derby day would give us the chance to win the league at home with a win.

  4. johhnyboy says:

    As usual, united will choke in the end and city will win it. Hope persie gets injured for a season too.

    • jtm371 says:

      yeah that is why they have 19 league tittles.hope persie gets hurt very would be better if you did not post for the rest of the season.

    • Mufc77 says:

      Someone is a little bitter.

    • Matt says:

      Yeah, that’s what has always happened. Every time United have a chance to win something, they choke it away. It’s probably one of the reasons why they change managers once a year.

      Oh wait…

  5. Paul says:

    In case you’re interested… the rumours were true regarding the broadcasting landscape in the UK. BT is buying ESPN’s UK channels to give more weight to their fight with Sky.

  6. christian says:

    United are class of the league this year. City will chase them to the end but it looks as if United have this season to themselves.

  7. Joe Brindley says:

    City now knows who the real Champion is…United. So do their noisy fans. Mancini needs to go back to Italy, he can only win, narrowly, if the owner buys tons of talent. This year that wasn’t even enough. He sucks as a manager bottom line.

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