Mancini maintains title hopes are over

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini insisted Manchester United will still win the Premier League despite closing the gap at the top.

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freeduck1778d ago

Way to motivate your players for the coming Derby..

mafiahajeri1777d ago

Youve obviously never heard of psychological warfare, have you?

XboxInnovation1777d ago (Edited 1777d ago )

That's too obvious, though. He'd be better off saying they have a shot to motivate his players rather than try to play mind games with an experienced team like Man Utd.

You only say you're out of it when you think your contender will sleep walk through the rest of their games because of lowly competition. It's kind of like helping put a dozing off giant to bed.

In this case, in a derby, there is no sleeping giant. He is using his words in the wrong spot.

GribbleGrunger1777d ago (Edited 1777d ago )

agreed. he's obviously trying to instil complacency into the Man U team... it won't work of course because they're too experienced, but you can't blame him for trying.

krazykombatant1778d ago

come on now... thats not the way to think

Corepred41778d ago

He's just pissed at his team is all.


He's playing mind games, he's not very good at it.

kulka1777d ago

The title race will be diffcult but it's certainly not over I can see City beating United at the Etihad. then one slip up from United and City are champions. I think he is trying to say that all the pressure in on United and City have nothing to lose.