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Submitted by Sandmano 711d ago | news

Joe at the Hart of Mancini's exit: Clash with City's goalkeeper was beginning of the end for Mancini

Roberto Mancini sealed his fate with the Manchester City players when he publicly criticised Joe Hart in Real Madrid’s Bernabeu Stadium as long ago as last September, it can be revealed. (English Premier League, Joe Hart, Manchester City, Roberto Mancini)

Sandmano  +   712d ago
Didnt know he had that much sway in City.
Blackdeath_663  +   710d ago
same this is all news to me. it explains their performance this season.
mmj  +   710d ago
Probably just propaganda put out by Mancini's camp to excuse his poor performance over the past season, it's better to blame infighting than to have everyone knowing you're just not a very good tactician.
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windblowsagain  +   710d ago
mmj, players play, managers manage. And buy.

Most of the big players let city down this season.

Utd that not play well, but all the other teams played worse.

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