Pellegrini walks away from City job after 'too much pressure'
1 week ago
Those were the words of Manuel Pellegrini just a few months ago. The much loved Chilean dubbed 'This Charming Man' by many City fans has decided to sensationally quit the helm. Pellegrini has quoted many lines of what he said in his title winning interview saying.
'The Premier League it is the best league it is the most competitive, the most hard to manage and I tired me, I grew weary and I decided that I had to leave. It was a very long season, but I am very proud I was able to manage this team, and experience the love from the club and the fans. I hope the fans keep the belief and faith they had in me in the new manager.'
Mancini back in City hot seat and glad to be
57 minutes ago
Manchester City have today rolled back the years by appointing Roberto Mancini as manager once again, the maverick and often volatile Italian became a legend at City after guiding the Mancs to their first top division title in fourty four years. A far cry from Pellegrini's quiet and understated demeanor his arrival is sure to shake things up at the ETIHAD Stadium but it could also mean players like Martin Deemechelis, Willy Caballero and Jesus Navas could have their futures put in serious doubt.
Mancini was reluctant to give much of a response than,
'I'm very happy to be back here at Manchester City, I can't wait to get back into the Premier League and be managing us again. I think we can win even more titles and become the best in the world.'
With Mancini battling it out with his old nemesis Jose Mourinho (the pair continue to argue over who did the better job at Internazionale) Mancini promises to (if nothing else) add even more entertainment to the BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE.