Premier League & Roberto Mancini

The Premier League is an English professional league for association football clubs. Roberto Mancini (born 27 November 1964) is an Italian football manager, formerly an international player and current manager of Premier League club Manchester City. 5.0/5

Premier League Roberto Mancini Manchester City Manchester United Champions League Etihad Stadium Mario Balotelli Real Madrid Edin Dzeko Jose Mourinho Arsene Wenger West Ham Sergio Aguero Vincent Kompany Carlos Tevez Stamford Bridge Manuel Pellegrini Borussia Dortmund

The prospect of Roberto Mancini managing another premier league team.
Former City boss Roberto Mancini is keen on a Premier League return and could replace Slaven Bilic at West Ham. [Mirror] ht…
Kudos to Claudio Ranieri. He is the 3rd Italian coach to win the Premier League. Carlo Ancelotti and Roberto Mancini ar…
Claudio Ranieri is the third Italian after Roberto Mancini and Carlo Ancelotti to win the Premier League title!!
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Liverpool's Italian striker Mario Balotelli, 24, could be heading back to Serie A with Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini eager to secure his return to the San Siro. (Daily Star Sunday) Mancini could also return to former club Manchester City to sign England midfielder James Milner, 28, whose contract talks with the Premier League champions have broken down. (Sun - subscription required) Colombia international Fredy Guarin, 28, could be going in the other direction with Liverpool considering a January loan deal for the Inter midfielder. (Sunday People) Chelsea have made a £30m bid for Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman, 24, in an attempt to beat Manchester United to the signing of the Netherlands international in January. (Sunday Express) But United are set to pip neighbours Manchester City to the signature of Fiorentina's Colombian midfielder Juan Cuadrado, 26, next month. (Sport Mediaset - in Italian) Everton have joined Arsenal, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid in the chase for Croatia international a ...
Black Friday was turned inky blue for one City super fan - after Sergio Aguero autographed his back so it could be turned into a tatoo. Alan Smith, 55, already has six tributes to his club emblazoned across his body, including a full back celebration of City’s 3-2 win against Queen Park Rangers in May 2012 - the result which gave the club its first Premier League title. The body art is topped by the City badge, complete with the Latin slogan ‘Superbia In Proelia’ - or ‘Pride in Battle’. It also features portraits of Aguero, skipper Vincent Kompany, ex-manager Roberto Mancini and keeper Joe Hart. So after the striker’s book signing became an impromptu back signing, Alan high-tailed it to the tattoo parlour - and Aguero’s name has been freshly tattooed alongside his famous face.
Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says the Premier League champions are relying on the players he bought before he was sacked in 2013.
An empty Etihad Stadium awaits the intriguing Champions League Group E clash between Man City and Roma. City desperate to get back on track after three successive defeats in the CL whilst the Italians have started the season with six wins on the bounce in all competitions, including the 5-1 victory over CSKA Moscow in their opening CL fixture. Then we have the familiar face of Roberto Mancini in the Roma dugout who previously managed at City and won the Premier League title on this ground. On the field there is the prospect of two former Chelsea players, discarded by the Blues in the summer, going head to head. Frank Lampard wearing the sky blue of City and Ashley Cole now with the Italians. Prediction 1-1
Manuel Pellegrini tells FOUR Manchester City players to leave Manuel Pellegrini has told Matija Nastasic and three other Manchester City stars that they have no future with the club. Pelegrini is looking to off-load Nastasic, Micah Richards, Scott Sinclair and John Guidetti before the transfer window closes at the end of the month to trim his squad down to 22 players. Former boss Roberto Mancini paid £12million to Fiorentina for Serb Nastisic two years ago but after a promising first season in the Premier League he suffered injuries and slipped down the pecking order under Pellegrini last term. Juventus are one of several Italian clubs ready to take Nastasic, 21, back to Serie A and Pellegrini has told the player he should move on for the sake of his career because Vincent Kompany, Martin Demichelis, new signing Eliaquim Mangala and Dedryck Boyata are all ahead of him. He said: "Matija needs to play. We already have four centre-backs, Demichelis, Kompany, Mangala and Boyata, as well as four full-backs. " ...
Manchester City secured their second Premier League title in three seasons after goals from Samir Nasri and captain Vincent Kompany saw them stroll to victory over West Ham. Manuel Pellegrini's side knew a point would confirm they had regained the crown - but goals either side of the interval from Nasri and Kompany ensured the formalities were completed with barely an anxious moment in front an ecstatic packed house at Etihad Stadium. Liverpool's home defeat to Chelsea and the late collapse at Crystal Palace opened the door for City and they took advantage ruthlessly by winning their last five games. And for 60-year-old Chilean Pellegrini, it marked a triumphant conclusion to his first season in charge after he was brought in to replace sacked Roberto Mancini and entrusted with bringing the title back to the Etihad. With 102 league goals and that two-point final margin, no-one can begrudge City a success that is richly merited, for all Liverpool's efforts this season. As referee Martin Atkinson sounded th ...
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal have never benefited from the same help that Chelsea have received from the Premier League and television companies in their bid to win the Champions League. At this stage of the season some players are already dreaming of their summer holidays but Andros Townsend is determined to show the football world he is feeling invincible again. Manchester Evening News A massive new kit deal could soften the blow of United missing out on the Champions League and boost David Moyes' attempts to lure the biggest names to Old Trafford. Former Man City boss Roberto Mancini has hit out at French midfielder Samir Nasri for wasting his talent. LIVERPOOL ECHO Everton have rewarded Tim Howard's fine form this season with a contract extension which will see him remain a Blue until 2018. Phil Thompson believes if Liverpool clinch the Premier League title, it would be an even greater achievement than the club's 2005 Champions League triumph. Brendan Rodgers delivered his Ea ...
Morning Paper Talk Daily Mirror Chelsea have told skipper John Terry he can stay at Stamford Bridge for one more season if he takes a reported 50% pay-cut. The 33-year-old's current salary is said to be £150k per week. THE SUN Officials at Manchester City say they are not planning to sack Manuel Pellegrini after just one season at the Etihad Stadium. The Citizens dismissed Roberto Mancini last year after they finished second in the Premier League but a senior club source revealed: "Pellegrini will definitely still be in charge next season - guaranteed." He added it was 'chaos behind the scenes 12 months ago' but that under the 60-year-old Chilean "it's a much happier and more settled club." Daily Star Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is confident that on-loan Frenchman Loic Remy will sign a permanent deal at St James Park before next season. Pardew said: "I'd like to think it's a good chance. He's a good fit for this club and the famous No 9 shirt sits well on him." Daily Mirror West Ham's James Tomkins believ ...
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is the best-paid coach in world football, according to a new list released on Tuesday. French weekly sports publication France Football have published their annual rich list, which shows Mourinho is now out-earning his coaching nemesis, Bayern Munich's Pep Guardiola – who has the second-largest coaching salary in the world game. The Blues boss – who earns a cool €17m a year – had suggested he took a pay cut to return to Stamford Bridge last summer, but that assertion has been dashed by the latest index. Arsene Wenger is the next best-paid Premier League boss, receiving little over half that of Mourinho, while Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is enjoying a bumper pay day at Galatasaray, having left the Etihad last summer. Mancini squeezes into the top three, edging ahead of Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti on €14m a year. Despite receiving a €1.5m pay rise after quitting Paris Saint-Germain for the Bernabeu, Ancelotti - who was on the podium in l . ...
Chelsea became the first English side to reach the Champions League last eight after beating a limp Galatasaray. Having drawn 1-1 in the first leg, former Blues striker Didier Drogba could not inspire the Turkish team, who fell behind early on when Samuel Eto'o fired past Fernando Muslera. Play media Gary Cahill made it 3-1 on aggregate when he thumped home after John Terry's header was saved. Galatasaray's night was summed up by Drogba's stoppage-time miss. After Arsenal and Manchester City were knocked out last week Chelsea won this game at a canter. And the result means that Galatasaray boss Roberto Mancini has yet to beat Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho in six European attempts. Unlike the first leg, where the visitors recovered from a poor start in Istanbul, Galatasaray did not look like troubling the Premier League leaders, who responded well to Saturday's surprise defeat by Aston Villa. Mourinho, who is aiming to win a third Champions League trophy with a different team, said in the build-up to the game ...
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CHELSEA vs GALATASARAY Competition: UEFA Champions League Date: 18th March Coverage from: 19:30 Aggregate Score 1-1 Former Man City manager Roberto Mancini makes his first return to English soil as he attempts to guide his new club to the last eight of the Champions League but, he does not return alone! Stamford Bridge will play host to the home coming of a Chelsea Legend Didier Drogba when he returns almost two years since he scored the winning penalty for Chelsea in the Champions League final. The second leg of this heavily anticipated tie is begins at 1-1 on aggregate and both teams will fancy their chances of going through to the next round. Chelsea are currently top of the Premier League but an unexpected loss to Aston Villa last weekend is sure to have caused a knock to their confidence at the wrong time and Galatasaray will be looking to take advantage. However, this was only Chelsea’s first league defeat since the start of December. Meanwhile, Galatasaray are five points behind rivals Fenerbahce ...
Black Cats plot City cup upset (AFP) Saturday 1 March 2014 Share Ten months on from their shock FA Cup Final defeat by Wigan Athletic, Manchester City find themselves again cast as potential Goliaths ahead of the League Cup decider against Sunderland. As in May 2013, City will start as favourites against a team residing third from bottom in the Premier League relegation zone, but the experience of that rain-soaked Wembley day will steel them against complacency. Then, a stoppage-time Ben Watson header gave Wigan victory, producing the biggest FA Cup Final shock in 25 years and precipitating the departure of City coach Roberto Mancini, who was sacked two days later. By then, City had already conceded the league title to Manchester United, but although Mancini's successor, Manuel Pellegrini, has enjoyed a fine debut campaign, his side's momentum has slowed in recent weeks. They are only three points off the top in the league with a game in hand, but a recent home defeat by Chelsea exposed hitherto unseen vu ...
Toure: We're going to make history (PA) Friday 28 February 2014 Share Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure hopes Sunday proves the start of another successful chapter in the club's history. City take on Sunderland in the League Cup final at Wembley this weekend looking to win a third major in four seasons. Having gone 35 years without silverware prior to the 2011 Fa Cup win, City are undoubtedly enjoying their rich new, Abu Dhabi-funded, era. But after last season's frustrations under Roberto Mancini, success on Sunday would be the first trophy since Manuel Pellegrini took charge and Toure hopes the club is just beginning to realise its potential. The Côte d'Ivoire international said: "This game is going to be very important for the club as well and for the people, the fans. We are coming here to make great things for the club. "I love the Premier League, I love the Champions League and Fa Cup, all the games. Playing the finals - we go there to make history with the club. If we have a lot of trophies an ...
WEDNESSAY PAPER TALK: Daily Star Jose Mourinho has rubbished Roberto Mancini's bid to claim credit for his Champions League glory as another war of words erupted around the Chelsea manager. Barcelona want to hijack Porto star Eliaquim Mangala's proposed move to the Premier League with both Manchester clubs keen on the France international. Pepe Mel's future as West Brom boss is under scrutiny just six games into his reign. Javi Garcia wants to help Manchester City lift the Capital One Cup to to win over the boo-boys - and Spain boss Vincente del Bosque. Tottenham's French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 27, is on the summer wish list of French giants Paris St-Germain. THE SUN Manchester United's disastrous seasons was lying in ruins last night after a Champions League humiliation in Greece. Pepe Mel faces a battle to keep his job at West Brom after players hit out at the Spaniard's methods. Samir Nasri is set to sign a three-year contract extension at Manchester City. Southampton are eyeing a move for Manchester ...
Champions League last-16 tactical previews A look forward to Olympiakos v Manchester United and Galatasaray v Chelsea, plus best XIs from Europe's big leagues Champions League previews Galatasaray v Chelsea It might not be quite as extreme as witnessing a partner renew acquaintances with with their former love, but Galatasaray will provide a hostile environment for Didier Drogba's emotional reunion with former club Chelsea on Wednesday night. He will be at the centre of attention, and while we will all be awaiting his muted celebration if he scores, there is still the small matter of a Champions League quarter-final place at stake. Overcoming Galatasaray will be no mean feat. Roberto Mancini, the man who managed Manchester City to their Premier League title in 2012, has won six of his 11 meetings against Chelsea. The Turkish Superlig holders provided the biggest surprise of the group stages, subjecting Italian giants Juventus to the knockout phase of the much less valued – and significantly less valuabl ...
Mcefc Paper Talk Daily Mirror: Tottenham are chasing Ajax and Holland defender Joel Veltman. Manchester United, Arsenal and AC Milan have also watched the 22-year-old this season. Chelsea defender David Luiz is top of Barcelona's wanted list again as they prepare for the summer transfer window. Roberto Mancini, now manager of Turkish side Galatasaray, is considering going back to Manchester City to try to sign defender Matija Nastasic. Schalke have admitted the £37million buyout clause of Arsenal target midfielder Julian Draxler will still be active this summer. Bolton are furious after being blocked by the Premier League in their bid to sign West Brom left-back Goran Popov on loan.
They're underachievers! Jose sticks the boot into City before clash of the Big spenders Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho believes Manchester City have underachieved, particularly in Europe, since the start of one of the most extravagant spending sprees football will ever see. City won a first Premier League title in 44 years in 2012, but have yet to make a firm impact on the Champions League, in which they face the might of Barcelona later this month in the first knockout round. Mourinho was manager early in the Roman Abramovich revolution, guiding Chelsea to a first championship in 50 years, something they successfully defended, while also winning the League Cup twice and the Fa Cup in a period bankrolled by the billionaire Russian oligarch. The early trophy return following Abramovich's outlandish spending compares favourably with Sheikh Mansour's outlay under Roberto Mancini, who is now in charge of a Galatasaray team Chelsea face in Europe this month. 'They won one title, won a couple of cups,' said Mourinh ...
Arsenal's new kit suppliers Puma will help the club fund a move to sign Mario Balotelli this summer, according to reports in Italy cited by The Metro. The aforementioned reports suggest that amid rumours that Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been dissuaded from a potential deal for the AC Milan striker, that Puma - who signed a five-year deal with Arsenal believed to be worth more than £30 million-per-year last month - are keen to help finance a deal for Balotelli - whom they also sponsor - and could be willing to offer more than £15 million to assist the pursuit. 23-year-old Balotelli - who is known as much for his off-field antics as he is for his footballing abilities - joined Serie A outfit AC Milan in January 2012 after calling time on a controversial three-year Premier League stint with Manchester City. Although he collected a league winner's medal during that time, Balotelli had a fractious relationship with compatriot and former manager Roberto Mancini and it was hardly a surprise to see him event ...
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is out for a month with a hamstring injury he sustained in the midweek win at Tottenham Hotspur. Midfielders Samir Nasri and Javi Garcia are also unavailable, with knee and muscle injuries respectively. Chelsea will monitor the fitness of winger Mohamed Salah following his move from Basel. Salah missed Wednesday's derby against West Ham along with Fernando Torres, who is sidelined with a knee injury. It could be explosive. It's bound to be fascinating. Having been frustrated by West Ham's "19th Century football", Jose Mourinho now has to come up with a plan to counter football from another planet. Well, not quite, but football being played by "the best team on the planet", according to Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood. It's a match that pitches the Premier League's most potent attack against its tightest defence, which in itself shows the massive difference a change of coach can have on the ethos of a club. Last season Roberto Mancini's City were the most miserly team arou ...
Sunday Mirror Manchester City club accounts reveal Roberto Mancini received the biggest pay-off in British football history - a figure in excess of £10 million. Fulham technical director Alan Curbishley is ready to replace Rene Meulensteen, with the club now bottom of the Premier League. Graeme Jones is Roberto Martinez's right hand man at Everton - and Swansea are keen on bringing him in as a replacement for Michael Laudrup.
FACE MANCITY TUESDAY, SOOO AS USUAL WE LOOK AT THEIR STADIUM AND A FEW THINGS. Aguero is injured. Maybe its good for us. The 2001 to 2011 history of the club has been marked by stability, with the club establishing itself as a Premier League regular since 2002. The club was taken over in 2007 by Thaksin Shinawatra , who invested a considerable portion of money into the club with Sven-Göran Eriksson. After being arrested for political corruption in the summer of 2008, Shinawatra had to sell the club. 2008 The Abu Dhabi United Group become the new owners of Manchester City. Former Wales, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester United star Mark Hughes becomes the new City Manager (Dont underestimate Hughes next time you see him). The club break the British transfer record for the second time with the £32.5m signing of Robinho from Real Madrid. 2009 Roberto Mancini, former manager of Inter Milan became manager. From there we know what happened. L'ding...
Eto'o having fun at Chelsea Cameroun striker Samuel Eto'o has been fired up by his hat-trick against Manchester United on Sunday and says he is fully enjoying his time at Chelsea. Read full article FA fine Everton for illegal approach Everton were slapped with a £45 000 fine by the English FA on Wednesday for an illegal approach to England youth international Jamaal Lascelles of Nottingham Forest in 2010. Read full article City building on my foundations - Mancini Galatasaray manager Roberto Mancini says he has no bitterness towards his former club Manchester City and believes their success this season is partly due to the foundations he laid. Read full article Liebherr promises Saints 'commitment' Southampton owner Katharina Liebherr promised on Tuesday she was "absolutely committed" to the Premier League club's future success following the exit last week of former executive chairman Nicola Cortese. Read full article Willian form may trigger Mata's exit Juan Mata could be on the way out at Chelsea and, ...
Pellegrini and Suarez win prizes • Last Updated: January 10 2014, 10:58 GMT Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has been named the Barclays Premier League manager of the month for December with Liverpool striker Luis Suarez picking up the player of the month award. Pellegrini, who replaced Roberto Mancini as City boss last summer, secured the award for the first time after guiding his side to a seven-match unbeaten run during the month. City won six of their seven Premier League games in December - they only dropped points in a 1-1 draw at Southampton - including important home victories over title rivals Arsenal and Liverpool. The 60-year-old claimed the award ahead of three other nominees, Manchester United boss David Moyes, Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and Everton's Roberto Martinez. Brendan Rodgers, Arsene Wenger, Mauricio Pochettino and Alan Pardew are the four previous winners this season. Suarez was named the Premier League player of the month following his record-breaking goalscoring streak ...
MONDAY FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Turkish Super Lig leaders Fenerbahce returned to winning ways in emphatic fashion as they thrashed Kayserispor 5-1 on Sunday. ***Galatasaray remain eight points behind their fierce rivals following their 3-1 win at bottom side Kayseri Erciyesspor, Wesley Sneijder, Burak Yilmaz and Felipe Melo all finding the net in a comfortable win for Roberto Mancini's side. ***Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho feels Manchester City are still favourites for the Premier League title despite his side's win over Liverpool. Mourinho saw his team overcome Martin Skrtel's third-minute opener at Stamford Bridge, as Eden Hazard's curling strike and Samuel Eto'o's finish from six yards secured all three points with a 2-1 victory. ***In other news, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho felt Luis Suarez deserved to be booked for simulation after the Liverpool striker appealed in vain for a penalty during the Reds' 2-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge. "Eto'o just put his body in front of him. It looks like somebody shot him ...
Southampton rookies Adam Lallana and Jay Rodriguez are poised to win their first England caps on Friday. Dan Petrescu is favourite to take over as manager of Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace. Liverpool defender Daniel Agger won't sulk if he returns to the bench. Arsenal want Jack Wilshere to play for England only against Chile and not Germany. Chelsea midfielder Ramires plays down talk of a move to Real Madrid. Former England boss Sven Goran Eriksson admits his dream job - as manager of Liverpool, the team he grew up supporting - will never come. John Terry is wanted by Roberto Mancini at Turkish giants Galatasaray. Michael Carrick and Danny Welbeck are facing operations which would rule the Manchester United pair out until the New Year. The FA have denied claims that England players urged Roy Hodgson not to use St George's Park in their friendly double header. Michael Carrick is set to give Manchester United boss David Moyes a massive headache with a long spell on the sidelines. Liverpool are int ...
Manchester City's success was hard for him to stomach A whole chapter dedicated to Manchester City's title victory details how their Premier League success was difficult for Ferguson to stomach. His wife, Cathy, told him that the final day of the 2011-12 campaign was the worst day of her life and he was determined to usurp them before retirement. Ferguson says United "absolutely battered" City during their 6-1 defeat at Old Trafford but insists there was no animosity towards Roberto Mancini. However, Ferguson said Mancini "let himself down" by allowing Carlos Tevez to return to the side after the Bayern Munich incident.
Bayern leave City chasing shadows 03 October By Justin Palmer London - Holders Bayern Munich left Champions League aspirants Manchester City chasing shadows with a 3-1 win on Wednesday to serve notice Pep Guardiola will leave no stone unturned to re-establish their continental dominance. Franck Ribery, Thomas Mueller and Arjen Robben scored as Bayern left shellshocked City chasing shadows for much of a one-sided Group D encounter that ended the Premier League team's five-year unbeaten run at home in Europe. Cristiano Ronaldo's hot form continued with a double in Real Madrid's 4-0 rout of FC Copenhagen but he was not the only revered striker among the goals with Zlatan Ibrahimovic also netting twice as Paris St Germain brushed aside Benfica 3-0. Both, though, were outshone by Greece forward Kostas Mitroglou who grabbed a hat-trick in Olympiakos Piraeus's 3-0 romp at Anderlecht. A dramatic finale in Turin saw Galatasaray, with manager Roberto Mancini Taking Charge for the first time, *** a 2-2 draw with ...
PAPER TALK TODAY: -David Moyes ignored Sir Alex Ferguson's plea to keep his trusted backroom staff at Manchester United. -Luis Suarez was the daddy on his Premier League return - scoring twice for his new-born son. -Jose Mourinho is facing his first player rift since returning to Chelsea after banishing Kevin De Bruyne to the reserves. -Roberto Mancini is set for talks with Turkish giants Galatasaray. -Jose Mourinho insists John Terry's future at Chelsea is still bright. -Liverpool's SAS - Suarez and Sturridge - were called the top strike partnership in the country after they demolished Sunderland. -David Moyes admitted Manchester United have problems EVERYWHERE after they slumped to a second Premier League defeat in a row. -Chelsea's fury over Fernando Torres' red card at Tottenham is set to explode today with the striker facing a four-match ban. -West Brom are poised to make the loan of Marseille winger Morgan Amalfitano permanent. -Jay Simpson has turned his back on the Championship for a move to Thai ...
Andre Van Sprouile:Why I want us all to be Arsenal fans for a season. This view will not be popular at White Hart Lane. I don’t expect too many people will agree around Stamford Bridge, in Manchester or on Merseyside, either. But this season, we should all be Arsenal fans. If they are successful, that will mean Arsene Wenger stays in the Premier League. And we need him to stay. This man has had a profound impact on British football and the game here would be poorer without him. Where would the Premier League be minus Wenger? Clubs would not have been so quick to look for foreign coaches if he had floundered. His success opened the floodgates and since he arrived at Arsenal in 1996, 47 managers from overseas have been appointed by top-flight clubs, compared to 120 British. That is a remarkable figure. There is a case to argue that without Wenger, we might not have had Jose Mourinho, Rafa Benitez, Roberto Mancini or Carlo Ancelotti managing here. Without Wenger, we might never have been dazzled by Thierry ...
SUNDERLAND MANAGER CONTENDERS Steve McClaren, Roberto Di Matteo, Gus Poyet and Roberto Mancini tipped to be in frame to replace sacked Paolo Di Canio Steve McClaren Ellis Short, Sunderland's owner, is not thought to have been a member of the former England coach's fan club but local betting patterns on Monday indicated the big money was on him. Based in North Yorkshire but commuting to QPR to help Harry Redknapp, McClaren understands the north-east and the Premier League. Won the League Cup at Middlesbrough and reached the Uefa Cup Final. Assisted Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and won the Eredivisie at FC Twente. Lowlights include England, Wolfsburg and Nottingham Forest but is a high-calibre coach likes passing football and would understand the mentality of a largely overseas squad. Verdict Short could do a lot worse. Roberto Di Matteo Led Chelsea to the European Cup in 2012 after being sacked by West Bromwich Albion. Likes good progressive football, has shown a pragmatic streak and would appeal ...
Mancini on Mario, Man City & his future Roberto Mancini has admitted he has had no contact with Mario Balotelli since the striker moved from Manchester City to Milan. The former Citizens boss sold the Italy international to the Rossoneri in January, but the tactician has claimed that he has a great relationship the 22-year-old. “We didn't get as many goals as we'd have liked from Mario,” he told Corriere dello Sport. “But for some time I realized that England was no longer good for him. “He, like Luis Suarez, had been targeted by opponents, referees, the public. “I swear nothing happened between us. I decided to play [in a training game] because there were odd numbers. “And when I saw that Mario had kicked someone, I told him to leave. Thirty seconds of verbal confrontation became something that it wasn't. “He is an extraordinary player. At 17 I handed him his debut at Inter. I took him to the Premier League at 21. “You know what kind of relationship I have with him – I love him. “But ...
The Daily Mirrorhave news for Chelsea fans here in the Football Transfer Tavern as it has been claimed that Roma's Daniele De Rossi could well be on his way tothe club. Chelsea have been considering a move for the creative player for some time now and look set to succeed where Manchester City failed. Given the desire and failure of Roberto Mancini to land the Roma midfield general, one couldbe forgiven for thinking that Mourinho may well miss out too. However it seems to be that very factor that could well convince DeRossi to leave the club he has become a legend at and make the switch to the Premier League. After seeing Isco depart for Real Madrid and also being unsure over the future of Xabi Alonso at his former club, Mourinho has turned his attentions to the Italian and has made him one of the top priorities at the club. Mourinho feels that De Rossi could well provide what his new team are lacking - that spark in the middle of the park and is willing to spend big time and money in order to persuade bot ...
World Soccer Home ESM Features 24/7 Columnists Blogs Bet Now Shop Results Magazine Subscribe Transfer round up: Done deals and speculation Posted 1 day ago 2 7 7 England Nobody would have expected Manchester City to lose the Premier League title by the distance they did last season. With former manager Roberto Mancini now gone from the Etihad, the club wasted no time in getting business done early in the transfer window. £30million was splashed out on Shakhtar Donetsk defensive midfielder Fernandinho, who certainly carries a weight of expectation with a transfer fee that surprised many. This was then followed by the arrival of Spanish midfielder Jesus Navas from Sevilla. A star player for his club side for years, the £15m spent could turn out to be a good investment for the club – as long as the players’ known homesickness doesn’t become too much of a problem. The announcement of new manager Manuel Pellegrini followed the signings, as City’s owners look towards the future with the former Real Ma ...
Chelsea are plotting a £10million raid to make Roma star Daniele De Rossi their new midfield general. Returning Blues manager Jose Mourinho is seeking to reinforce the engine room of the side he has inherited from Rafa Benitez , with John Obi Mikel's Stamford Bridge future now in grave doubt. And the Chelsea boss is set to try to take advantage of De Rossi's fall-out with his boyhood club to lure the Italy ace to the Premier League. De Rossi has been labelled Roma's "future captain" for most of the past decade, but fell foul of former boss Zdenek Zeman last season before the Czech was sacked. The Stadio Olimpico fans also turned on De Rossi, who turns 30 this month, leaving the defensive midfielder increasingly disaffected. Mourinho tried to buy De Rossi during his spells in charge of Inter Milan and Real Madrid, while Manchester City were desperate to sign him during Roberto Mancini's reign. Now, after Roma president James Pallotta confirmed "everybody is on the market" following the club's failure to q ...
Soccer Times European Headlines *Real Madrid have completed the signing of Malaga midfielder Isco for a reported £23 million according to Goal.com.The midfielder has signed a 5 year deal with the Los Blancos and has become Carlo Ancelotti’s first signing as Real Madrid manager. * Arsenal ready to swoop for Real Madrid striker.Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain looks set to sign for Arsenal as it appears Juventus cannot afford to sign him. * Roma Close In On Brazilian goalkeeper. Roma’s bid for Queen’s Park Rangers Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar is almost complete. *Manchester City defender Aleksandar Kolarov has revealed he has spoken to Juventus about a possible move to the Serie A club.City signed Kolarov from Lazio in 2010 but the £19million signing only started 11 Premier League games last season as former manager Roberto Mancini made Gael Clichy his number one choice. *Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has identified Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso as a priority target as he aims to bring the ...
Man City fear secret scouting database could have been HACKED by employee of Premier League rival Investigation: But Manuel Pellegrini isn't thought to have been told about the breach Denis Doyle By Steve Bates In the murky world of big ­business, corporate espionage has always been a weapon used by the unscrupulous to make surethey stay ahead of rivals, writes Steve Bates of the Sunday People. But Manchester City’s shocking ­discovery that their worldwide scouting database could have been hacked by an employee of a rival Premier League club will rockfootball to its core. With new boss Manuel Pellegrini set to take charge, City believe their online Scout7 performance analysis system – ­holding detailed scouting reports of every player they have targeted at homeand around the globe – has been infiltrated. An investigation is now under way to uncover the full ­extent of the ­security breach at the Etihad Stadium, how it happened – and who the culprits are. I understand City have brought in co . ...
City name Pellegrini as boss. The Chilean's arrival has been widely expected since 2012 Premier League-winning boss Roberto Mancini was sacked a month ago. The 59-year-old has agreed a three-year deal at the Etihad Stadium and will officially take up his post on June 24. Pellegrini arrives from Spanish side Malaga, whom he guided to the quarter-finals of the Champions League last season. He said: "I am delighted to accept this hugely-exciting opportunity.
Scott Parker has emerged as a summer transfer window target for Sunderland, with Tottenham reportedly willing to sell the England international before the deadline in September. According to the Daily Express, Sunderland have identified Parker as a potential acquisition as Paolo Di Canio looks to narrowly overhaul a squad that narrowly avoided relegation from the Premier League last season. Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas is reportedly ready to move Parker on during the summer with the Portuguese planning to recruit a replacement for the 32-year-old following the opening of the transfer window. Parker made only 15 league starts for Spurs last term after struggling with injury, and Villas-Boas is reported to have made Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry a target. Villas-Boas is reportedly hopeful the sale of Parker - which could raise around £4 million - would fund a swoop for Barry who, along with several Manchester City players, faces an uncertain future after the departure of Roberto Mancini. T ...
A nice little piece of trivia here for you: Bobby Robson, Graeme Souness, Glenn Roeder, Alex McLeish , Mark Hughes, Ruud Gullit, Kenny Dalglish, Roberto Mancini, Joe Kinnear, Sam Allardyce, Kevin Keegan, Nigel Pearson , Chris Hughton, Tony Parkes, Paul Lambert and John Carver. These are 16 people who have managed in the Premiership, some for just 1 game as a caretaker. But there is ONE player that they have all managed. Guess who he is! (HINT: He still plays today with a Premier League club) - AG
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LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal would be interested in signing Wayne Rooney but believes the Manchester United striker's relationship with David Moyes is the key factor in his availability. FULHAM CHRONICLE Mark Schwarzer admits he's no closer to resolving his Fulham future. QPR have recalled Hogan Ephraim from his loan spell at MLS side Toronto FC. Manchester Evening News Craig Bellamy has lifted the lid on the tensions former Blues boss Roberto Mancini caused among the City squad during his spell in charge. Manchester City legend Paul Lake is to leave the Blues to take up a role with the Premier League. LIVERPOOL ECHO Andy Carroll's exit from Anfield is set to be confirmed this week as Liverpool look to fend off interest in Luis Suarez. Monday is likely to be new manager D-Day for Everton. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Monaco could be set to test Newcastle United's resolve over Yohan Cabaye. Paolo Di Canio's Sunderland have joined the queue of clubs monitoring Romelu Lukaku's situation ...
Manuel Pellegrini will be set the target of winning every competition Manchester City enter as the stakes are raised for the new regime at the Etihad Stadium. Chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak admits it will be difficult to succeed on all fronts but believes the 2012 Premier League champions have the players and ability to sweep the board. Malaga coach Pellegrini is likely to be confirmed as the replacement to the sacked Roberto Mancini next week and Al Mubarak hailed him for his man-management skills. "We have a wonderful team running this process internally [to select a new manager] and are putting a very comprehensive process in place," he told the club's official website. "They have created a shortlist of managers who fit that criteria and we are pretty much done. We are very close. I expect to make an appointment probably in the next two weeks. "The target now is to win every competition that we play in. That is the target, quite simply. It is a high ambition, but we have the organisation and the squad to ...
Monaco complete Falcao deal Monaco's wealthy Russian owner Dmitry Rybolovlev says the club have completed the signing of Colombian international forward Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid. Paintsil eyes English return Former West Ham United, Fulham and Leicester City defender John Paintsil is hoping to secure a return to England this summer. Bernstein dismisses Rio claims Football Association chairman David Bernstein has hit back at Rio Ferdinand's claim that a new coaching strategy is needed for English youngsters. Van Gaal has Premier interest Holland boss Louis Van Gaal is set to depart after the World Cup, with only a Premier League job likely to stop him retiring all together. City chief sets boss deadline Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak says he expects to announce Roberto Mancini's replacement in the next two weeks. Smith relishing 'surprise' job Walter Smith admits he was surprised to be given his new role with Rangers. Eardley to join Birmingham Championship side Birmingham have anno ...
PELLEGRINI IN VERBAL AGREEMENT WITH Man City Manuel Pellegrini has revealed that he has a verbal agreement with Manchester City to become their next manager. Pellegrini, who is is set to leave Malaga following this weekend's final round of La Liga fixtures, has been touted as the favourite to succeed Roberto Mancini ever since the Italian was relieved of his duties at the Etihad Stadium earlier this month. The Chilean stated on Sunday that City are among a number of "very good options" he has on offer, with Roma, Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain also believed to be interested. However, he has now gone one step further, confirming that an arrangement with the Premier League club is already in place. "I have a verbal agreement with them and I hope it is carried out," he said in an interview with the Canal Sur television station on Wednesday. "As of today, I don't have a signed contract. "It is true that Manchester City have shown a lot of interest that I become their coach and I have had conversations with th ...
Tony Pulis MESSAGE TO STOKE FANS - TODAYS SENTINEL I'D like to start by thanking every single one of you who have made the last decade so special for me at Stoke City. I am grateful for this opportunity here to express my gratitude because, unlike Roberto Mancini in his local paper last week, I can't afford to take out a full-page advert. We have all been on one *** of a journey, one that will live with me and my family forever. It doesn't seem five minutes ago since I first went up to the Potteries for a 4-2 defeat at Walsall. In those days I think we had two sets of goals on the training ground and, if it ever rained, we were running round in puddles. On a matchday, meantime, you could see more empty seats than occupied seats. But when I first arrived, I remember saying this was a proper football club with so much potential to do a lot better. I feel proud of the fact that I leave a club I found near the bottom of the Championship near the midway point of the Premier League. But that couldn't have been ...
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Malaga's Chilean coach on his way to Man City, with Mancini set to pay for a season of failure in League and Cup Duncan Castles  The Sunday Times Published: 12 May 2013   After an FA Cup Final tactical humiliation at the hands of relegation-threatened Wigan Athletic, Roberto Mancini is expected to lose his position as manager of Manchester City. The Abu Dhabi-owned club say they will formally review the Italian's performance when a Premier League season in which they ceded the trophy to Manchester United ends next week; behind the scenes a contract has already been placed before Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini.   According to sources close to the deal, Pellegrini has verbally agreed to take over from Mancini once City exercise a €4million clause in his contract with the Champions League quarter-finalists. “I don’t think any of us really want to leave Malaga,” said Pellegrini yesterday. “Everyone would prefer to stay but, unfortunately, the circumstances we are in don’t allow that.”   It i ...
SUNDAY FOOTBALL HEADLINES ***Real Madrid gifted Barcelona the La Liga title when a second- string side could only manage a 1-1 draw at Estadi Cornella-El Prat against Espanyol. José Mourinho fielded a weakened team with one eye on next Friday's Copa del Rey final against Atlético Madrid. ***Wigan Athletic chairman Dave Whelan has admitted his surprise following his side's victory over Manchester City in the FA Cup Final. ***Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, 38, has confirm he is to retire from football for a 2nd time. Paul Scholes: "Yes, I am finally hanging up my boots for good!" (TeamTalk) ***Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that club have had "problems" in the dressing room throughout their Premier League campaign. ***Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been nominated for the Ligue 1 Player of the Year award. ***Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini dismissed speculation about his future as 'rubbish' after watching his team end the season trophyless th ...
Manchester City and Wigan Athletic will do battle at Wembley Stadium on Saturday for the right to be crowned Fa Cup winners 2013. City will be treating the game as an opportunity to salvage something from a disappointing campaign, with it important for them to avoid ending the season empty-handed.   Roberto Mancini's side lifted the trophy back in 2011 and will be determined to return it to their trophy cabinet two years on. The Blues have seen off Watford, Stoke City, Leeds United, Barnsley and cup holders Chelsea to reach the final. Wigan's route through the competition has been even more straightforward, with only one Premier League rival faced along the way.   The Latics dumped out Everton in the quarter-finals, and have also brought an end to Bournemouth, Macclesfield Town, Huddersfield Town and Millwall's cup dreams. While delighted to have enjoyed such a productive run, the Fa Cup is not the top priority for Wigan this term. They remain inside the Premier League drop zone with just two games left ...
Roberto Martinez is a strong manager who can keep Wigan Athletic in the Premier League, Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini said on the eve of Saturday's FA Cup Final against the Spaniard's struggling team.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is reportedly closing in on a €40m (£33.8m) deal plus Edin Dzeko for Uruguayan hitman Edinson Cavani. The Daily Express claims the Napoli forward is high on Mancini's summer transfer wish-list, as the Italian looks to assemble a squad that can reclaim the Premier League title from arch-rivals Manchester United next term. Click link to read full story...
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A Carlos Tevez-inspired City are back at Wembley after ruthlessly casting aside Barnsley in a one-sided Fa Cup quarter-final at the Etihad Stadium. The brilliant Tevez scored a hat-trick and set up goals for Aleks Kolarov and David Silva in the 5-0 win as the Blues booked their place in the semi-final in emphatic style. On this evidence, nobody will want to draw the Premier League champions - who are still yet to concede a goal in the competition so far - in tomorrow’s draw. Roberto Mancini took the opportunity to rest a number of key personnel for the visit of the Tykes. With Vincent Kompany, Jack Rodwell and Sergio Aguero still side-lined with injury, Javi Garcia, Gael Clichy, Matija Nastasic, Joe Hart and James Milner were all relegated to the bench.
BPL TOP 5 EXPENSIVE TEAMS: 1. Manchester City - £380m Manchester City spent a club record fee to complete the signing of Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero in the summer of 2011 and, after an instrumental role in delivering the title in his first season with the club, the Argentine remains the most highly-valued player on the books at the Etihad Stadium. According to Transfermarkt, Aguero's present market value of £39.5 million places him at the top of Manchester City's rankings, although he is closely followed by fleet-footed Spaniard David Silva. City spent £25 million to acquire Silva from Valencia, and his value has soared since his arrival in Manchester, with the 27-year-old worth 54 percent more now than he was upon arrival almost three years ago. Manchester City have two other players valued in excess of £30 million in Yaya Toure (£31.5m) and Vincent Kompany (£31m), making Roberto Mancini's squad the most valued in the Premier League. 2. Manchester United - £370m On Friday, Sir Alex Fergu ...
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester United's Champions League exit has made it harder for Manchester City to retain their Premier League title, the champions' manager Roberto Mancini said on Friday. Alex Ferguson's side, whose elimination by Real Madrid on Tuesday has left them with only domestic matters to focus on, had some unlikely supporters of their European campaign in Manchester City. "It's worse for us because I think now they put all their strength into the championship," Mancini, whose side trail United by 12 points, told a news conference. "I think for us it was better they stayed in the Champions League. They would have played an important game every three days, it is more difficult." Before the Manchester clubs get back to their league duel, they turn their attention to the Fa Cup, with United hosting Chelsea in the quarter-finals on Sunday the day after City entertain Championship (second tier) Barnsley. Mancini will be without injured forward Sergio Aguero, who did not play in Monday ...
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Today Afternoon Paper Talk. Arsenal chairman Peter Hill - Wood has denied any knowledge of a takeover of the Premier League club by hnterests in the Middle East - LONDON EVENING STANDARD. QPR manager Harry Redknapp has named 37 points as the minimum needed if the clubs are to stay up - FULHAM CHRONICLE. Sir Alex Ferguson has said that Wayne Rooney will be at Manchester United next season despite speculation linking the striker with an Old Trafford exit - Manchester Evening News. City boss Roberto Mancini has said no deal is in place for Edin Dzeko to move to Borussia Dortmund and knocked down tall of a bid for United's Wayne Rooney - Manchester Evening News. Jamie Carragher insist he won't postpone his retirement plans as the Liverpool defender prepares to make his 500th Premier League appearance against Tottenham - LIVERPOOL ECHO. Alan Pardew insists Hatem Ben Arfa can handle the responsibility of playing in a NO 9 role for Newcastle - NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE. Danny Rose will Frigue in Martin O'Neill's plans ...
Carlos Tevez kept Manchester City's faint title hopes alive as the Argentine striker fired the champions to a 1-0 win at struggling Aston Villa on Monday night. Tevez struck on the stroke of half-time after Villa's Ciaran Clark gifted possession to Edin Dzeko in a dangerous area and the Bosnian set up his team-mate to beat goalkeeper Brad Guzan. That was enough to move Roberto Mancini's side back to 12 points adrift of leaders Manchester United, but City are still a long-shot to regain the Premier League crown they won so dramatically last season. Mancini conceded it would be hard to catch United, but he insisted his team would keep pushing Alex Ferguson's men right until the end of the season. "We know it will be difficult but we will keep on trying. It was important to stay 12 points behind United and for us the championship is not over," Mancini said. "We have to keep on winning and see. This is football, nothing is impossible. "We are playing well. We had good chances and Aston Villa are a good team. ...
Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips [ Part 2 ] :- - Borussia Dortmund have drawn up a three-man list of potential replacements for Manchester United target Robert Lewandowski - and Manchester City hitman Edin Dzeko is top of it. - Neymar has spoken of his frustration regarding the constant speculation over his future - but says he is open to a move to Europe this summer. - West Ham face a battle with Ajax and Anderlecht to clinch the signing of Utrecht winger Anouar Kali at the end of the season. - QPR striker Loic Remy has rocked the club by claiming he did not want to join them in the first place. - Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre has dismissed concerns about a rise in the club's debt levels. - Paul Miller has played down fears Gareth Bale could be tempted away from Tottenham by Real Madrid. - Arsene Wenger says Arsenal can still secure a top four spot in the Premier League despite their defeat to Tottenham. - Roberto Mancini insisted Manchester City would not give up on their title defence after be ...
Latest Scores Played March 4, 2013 9:00 PM WAT Aston Villa 0 - 1 Man City Villa Park — Birmingham | Attendance: 33217 Referee: M. Dean Play by Play Aston Villa 0-1 Manchester City: Tevez punishes Clark error to keep visitors' slim title hopes alive The defender's slip proved costly as Roberto Mancini's side failed to impose their superiority with more but ground out the win to close the gap to 12 points at the top By Tom McKeown Mar 4, 2013 10:55:00 PM Aston Villa v Manchester City, Carlos Tevez Manchester City reduced the gap to Premier League leaders Manchester United back down to 12 points after grinding out a 1-0win at Aston Villa . A slip in midfield from Ciaran Clarkled to Carlos Tevez's opener in first-half stoppage time before Edin Dzeko saw his rebound fromYaya Toure's strike ruled out for offside. The result means that Paul Lambert's side remain in the bottom three, having only picked up one victory in their last 11 league matches. THE HERO AND THE VILLAIN TOP OF THE MATCH | Carlos Tevez The b ...
Roberto Mancini in for Barcelona star Alexis Sanchez has become unsettled by limited opportunities at Barcelona Mancini wanted to buy winger Sanchez after he caught the eye for Chile in the 2010 World Cup finals. Sanchez, 24, preferred a £25million move to Barcelona but has become unsettled by limited opportunities. Manchester United had been credited with interest in the former Udinese forward, but it is their Premier League rivals who look set to make the first move with manager Roberto Mancini believing Sanchez would help City’s problems in wide areas. City have struggled for creativity from the flanks this year followingthe sale of Adam Johnson to Sunderland and Scott Sinclair’s failure to hold down a first-team berth following his move from Swansea City last summer. Without natural width, City have been predictable at times this season and Mancini is to make rectifying that a priority. Sanchez would certainly offer natural width and fit into the 4-3-3 formation which the club have used to good e ...
Manchester City are set to turn to Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain in the summer. The Argentine is out of favour at the Bernabeu, and could be tempted to link up with close friend Sergio Aguero in the Premier League. Roberto Mancini is also keeping tabs on Borussia Dortmund star Robert Lewandowski. [Sunday Mirror] -SZ
Manchester City readying summer bid for Spurs' Gareth Bale The in-form Welshman has seen his stock rise following his coruscating displays in recent weeks, and scored a stunning double during Spurs' thrilling 3-2 derby win over West Ham. Real Madrid have a long-standing interest in Bale, and the increasing feeling amongst Spurs supporters is that the Bernebeu will be his next destination. But Manchester City are lining up a bumper offer, which could be in excess of £40m. Goal ascertains Roberto Mancini is pushing his board to make a move for Bale. However, they do state that City's director of football Txiki Begiristain believes Bale will be too expensive for the Premier League champions and will ready bids for Neymar or Radamel Falcao. Spurs may be able to keep hold of him Bale if they qualify for the Champions League next season. Bale has netted an astonishing eight goals in his last six games. He is contracted at White Hart Lane until 2016. Zeeshan
Soccer Digest, February 26, 2013 Man City's Mancini uses news conference to thank pope Clawing back a huge deficit in the Premier League title race hasn't been the only thing on Roberto Mancini's mind. The Manchester City manager made the unusual move of beginning his post-match news conference after a 2-0 victory over Chelsea by thanking outgoing Pope Benedict for his eight years of service. Hours earlier, Benedict had bestowed the final Sunday blessing of his pontificate on a... ~SportsMan
Chief Football Editor Adam Higgins from the Etihad Stadium Barclays Premier League - Manchester City 2-0 Chelsea (FT) "Manchester City are starting to signs of not giving up on the race for the Premier League title but remain hopeful of clawing back the massive twelve points required with eleven games to go. They must keep churning out results and not let antics off the field, speculation about Roberto Mancini's job and teams around them in the table affect what they are doing on the field. They had the first half under control without really forcing the issue too much, monopolised possession but just couldn't find a way to get the opening goal. Chances were at a premium with Nastasic and Rodwell coming the closest with headers. You would be forgiven to think that given the City line-up with five man in midfield, Yaya Toure would have been the more advanced of the three in the centre of the park in the first half yet Jack Rodwell showed a level of maturity to push forward and use his energy. He was vibran ...
Today's headlines 02/24/2013: Daily Mirror: - Real Madrid are monitoring Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, ahead of a summer move for the Mexican international. - Tottenham Hotspur have been joined by Merseyside rivals Everton and Liverpool in the chase to sign Feyenoord's defensive duo Stefan de Vrij and Bruno Martins Indi. Sunday Express: - Manchester City will meet Napoli forward Edinson Cavani's £54million buy-out clause this summer, as Roberto Mancini continues his plans to strengthen ahead of next season. The Sun: - Fabio Capello has admitted he would welcome a return to English football, with the 66-year-old former England manager holding ambitions to coach in the Premier League. - Aston Villa striker Darren Bent has emerged as a surprise summer target for Turkish giants Galatasaray. The Independent on Sunday: - Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup insists he has no ambition to manage clubs like Real Madrid or Chelsea - both of whom he has been linked with recently. The Mail on Sunday: - Fo ...
John Mikel Obi urging his team-mates to approach the game in a positive manner. Roberto Mancini's side currently have a four point lead over us in the Premier League table, and the Nigerian is aware of the significance of securing the right result. 'It will be an important game for both teams,' said the 25-year-old. 'If we can beat them it will enable us to narrow the gap. It will be a difficult game, but it's a match we're looking forward to and we're confident of getting three points. Notulu
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has hinted that the Premier League champions will launch an overhaul of their squad in the summer by revealing his admiration for Radamel Falcao , Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez - TS
The Chelsea goalkeeper reckons Sir Alex Ferguson's side already have one hand on the Premier League trophy, and that a total collapse is now the only thing that can stop them Petr Cech, a three-time Premier League champion, believes that only a "meltdown" can stop Manchester United from winning the title this season. Sir Alex Ferguson's side are currently protecting a 12-point advantage over rivals Manchester City, with only 12 games remaining in the season for Roberto Mancini to work his magic, like he did so dramatically last season. Despite players and backroom staff from both Manchester clubs insisting that the title race is still alive, the Czech Republic international believes that Manchester United are on course to win the Premier League title back from Manchester City. "It would need a meltdown from Manchester United for them not to win the league, it depends on them," the Chelsea goalkeeper told the Daily Mail. "It is a new situation for Manchester City, trying to defend the title. There are a lo ...
Pablo: La Liga 'unbalanced' Swansea City's Pablo Hernandez believes that Spain's Primera Liga is financially unsustainable and he thinks that television money should be shared more equally. Samba eager to prove worth Chris Samba is ready to give everything in Queens Park Rangers' basement battle and hopes his efforts will silence his critics. Adebayor warning for Arsenal Emmanuel Adebayor is hoping to pile more misery on former club Arsenal by helping Tottenham to finish above them in the Premier League this season Cech backing Torres to fire Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has backed misfiring striker Fernando Torres to score as long as he keeps getting chances. Moyes: Jelavic could be key Everton boss David Moyes believes his team can still force their way into the top four - if Nikica Jelavic starts scoring. Clichy offers Mancini support Gael Clichy has called on Manchester City's hierarchy to keep Roberto Mancini as manager at the Etihad Stadium. Jackett says Lions must roar Millwall boss Kenny Jackett i ...
Roberto Mancini has emerged as the favorite Premier League manager today to be sacked at the end of the season. There, of course, are questions that will be generated: - Do Manchester City need a new manager? - Does Roberto Mancini deserve to be sacked? - If he gets sacked, who do you think would be right man to take in charge at the Etihad Stadium? - AH
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22 February 2013 08:47 Manchester City - Chelsea Preview: Blues look to catch Mancini's side as Benitez's men battle for second By Sam Wells With the title slipping from the current Premier League champions' grasp, the away side will look to capitalise and go within a point of the team above them with a win Roberto Mancini is likely to make several changes from the rotated side that beat Leeds 4-0 in the Fa Cup as regulars Joe Hart, Gael Clichy and Edin Dzeko are all likely to replace Costil Pantilimon, Aleksandar Kolarov and Carlos Tevez. The home side could also receive a much-needed boost with captain Vincent Kompany currently striving to return from a calf injury in time for the game. If he passes a late fitness test he should return in place of Kolo Toure. Gareth Barry (knock), however, remains doubtful while Micah Richards (knee) will definitely not feature. Rafa Benitez is also set to make a variety of changes from the side that drew against Sparta Prague in the Europa League on Thursday, as Frank ...
Rodney Marsh believes winning the Fa Cup will not be enough to keep Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini in his job. Mancini’s long-term future at the club is under threat, with City currently 12 points behind Manchester United in the Premier League and having endured a disappointing Champions Le...
Roberto Mancini- "In the last 15 months, I have won the Fa Cup, a Community Shield and the Premier League. I am the best manager in England." And what about getting kicked out of Europe three times in one year? -MA
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Manchester City 4-0 Leeds: Aguero fires Mancini's men into Fa Cup quarters The 2011 winners bounced back from a disappointing Premier League defeat at Southampton with an authoritative display against a lacklustre performance from Neil Warnock's men Manchester City cruised through to the last eight of the Fa Cup with a classy display as they registered a comfortable 4-0 victory over Leeds United at the Etihad Stadium. Yaya Toure opened the scoring early on after a powerful run, before Sergio Aguero bagged from the spot to double the lead inside 15 minutes. Carlos Tevez’s early second-half goal and Aguero’s cool finish compounded Leeds’ miserable afternoon, and the 2011 winners will go into the last eight as one of the big favourites. Roberto Mancini rang in the changes, with only five of the starting line-up from the 3-1 defeat at Southampton keeping their place. Costel Pantilimon came in for Joe Hart while Gareth Barry was left out of the squad entirely, and James Milner earned a start against his ...
Roberto Mancini hopes Manchester City's 4-0 win over Leeds United that secured their place in the Fa Cup sixth round is the "brodino", or soup-starter, to a comeback in their title defence. Mancini is hopeful that his captain, Vincent Kompany, will be fit for the first time in a month following a calf injury to lead this challenge. Goals from Yaya Touré and Carlos Tevez plus a Sergio Agüero double gave City a first win in four matches, though by the time Chelsea are welcomed on Sunday they could be 15 points off the pace as Manchester United play the day before. Asked if the win could help kick-start City's challenge, Mancini said: "In Italy we say a game like this is a brodino – a starter. I hope it can happen that we start to win in the Premier League again." The Italian is unfazed that his side might be 15 points behind United when Chelsea visit. "This is possible, but I think we should always be confident in ourselves, even when we're 12 points behind at this moment," he said. "We lost seven point ...
Today's fun Google search is "Roberto Mancini sack." Thankfully, the search results do not pull up anything revolving around Mancini's recent ill-considered rant about the manhood of his players, per the Mirror. Instead, the search results revolve around Mancini's perceived lack of job security and the possibility that he could be managing his side's upcoming fifth-round Fa Cup tie against Leeds United to save his job. "Roberto Mancini 'could face Manchester City sack,'" bleats BBC Sport (quoting former City defender Danny Mills). "Roberto Mancini bristles at 'sack claims' by critics," chuffs the Express. "Roberto Mancini scoffs at idea that Fa Cup defeat might be curtains," intones the ominous Guardian. On and on it goes, a thrum of threat against Mancini's position. He is blithe in his dismissal of it, going so far as to say that if his job is in danger then no Premier League manager's job is safe. Right he is. Real or imagined, the threat against Mancini's job is the result of numerous factors. Few of ...
Roberto Mancini has come out against the Premier League's new Financial Fair Play rules, declaring that wealthy owners should be allowed to bankroll their clubs. Sheikh Mansour: Worth £20 billion Manchester City, who have a net spend of £179 million under Mancini, were one of six top-flight clubs to vote against the regulations to control spending, which will take effect from next season. Clubs will be limited to losses of £105m over a three-year period and those with a wage bill of £52m or over will only be allowed to increase it by £4m per year, plus any extra money earned from commercial and match-day revenue. Points deductions could be applied to those who over-spend. And Mancini said: "I do not agree with this rule. If I am a rich man, I want to spend all my money on my team." [espn.com]
Following news that Sampdoria have not agreed a deal with Inter Milan for striker Mauro Icardi, reports have emerged that Premier League trio Man City, Tottenham and Liverpool are all interested in bringing the highly-rated youngster to England in the summer. But just who is he? Name: Mauro Icardi Date of birth: 19 February, 1993 Birthplace: Rosario, Argentina Position: Striker Club: Sampdoria International: Argentina U20 (Five caps/three goals) What's the latest? According to various reports City, Spurs and Liverpool are all monitoring the situation of the sought-after 19-year-old, as he mulls over a new contract at Sampdoria. His hesitation over the new deal prompted suggestions that he had agreed a move to Inter, but Sampdoria chiefs vehemently denied this, opening the door for a potential switch to England. Man City boss Roberto Mancini is known to be an admirer of the striker, having been spotted watching him in action this season. Did you know? 1) Born in Rosario, Argentina, Mauro Icardi moved to Sp ...
One of the most intriguing stories in today's papers is in the Daily Mail, which reveals Chelsea's scouting report on Wigan ahead of last Saturday's Premier League meeting at Stamford Bridge. According to the Mail, the scouting report describes the marking in Wigan's defence as 'awful', while describing their captain Gary Caldwell as 'rash in the tackle'. Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says his players are to blame for their faltering Premier League title challenge, reports the Daily Telegraph. "When you play football and you are a top player, you should take your responsibility, always," Mancini says. "It's not always the fault of the manager. The players should take responsibility." Here are more of Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini's comments after his side were beaten 3-1 at Southampton on Saturday. "We didn't play, it was 11 against two so it's difficult." he says. "I think this is the worst game in the last two or three years. "The players played really bad - without strength, without ...
SEVEN THINGS WE LEARNT AGAINST EVERTON. 1)THE PREMIER LEAGUE WILL RETURN TO Old Trafford Although one would never like to admit that a competition is indeed over three months prior to its official crescendo, it’s pretty much a certainty that Manchester United’s time away from Premier League glory will come to an end this season.With 26 games gone and a 12-point gap now separating the Red Devils from second-place Manchester City, it would take something of a spectacular fall for the Red Devils to spoil their bid now considering that in those first 26 matches, United have dropped just 13 points. "12 points is too much at the moment"- Roberto Mancini. 2)THERE IS ONLY ONE SIR Ryan Giggs. After opening the scoring against Everton, Ryan Giggs extended his run of claiming a goal in every Premier League season in history, netting for the 23rd consecutive campaign.Putting it frankly, never will a player eclipse some of the Manchester United legend’s achievements in this sport, which now rank near mythical te ...
Manchester City - Southampton Preview: Southampton will hope their relegation resistance can be extended for yet another match, when champions Manchester City visit on Saturday. Despite the shock sacking of boss Nigel Adkins, the Saints have continued their resurgence up the table with nine points in their past eight Premier League matches. They have either taken something from their past nine in all competitions or led in those they have lost, meaning there is always a chance Southampton are going to be competitive when they take to the pitch. That streak of sorts will be put to a tough test, though, when City come to St Mary's - and nothing short of three points will be Roberto Mancini's requirement to keep the champions in the race to defend their title. More dropped points would all but spell the end of what looks like an unlikely comeback in the league race, with rivals Manchester United some nine points clear at the top. There is no less than 29 points between the two sides in the table, but that wi ...
THE title is slipping away from Manchester City. The one they waited 44 years to lift. The one the big money from Abu Dhabi, the management of Roberto Mancini and magic of his players wrestled across town. Now, bit by bit, the defence of it is being picked apart. The relentless onslaught of Manchester United is proving too much. The Red Devils have dropped four points from their last 39 — City have just dropped four in six days. The gap is now nine to a United side who have their best points total ever at this stage of a Premier League season. Put simply, Alex Ferguson’s men would have to lose three of their last 13 and City win every one of theirs for it to even come down to goal difference. The fact that United managed to let an eight-point lead slip in the final six games of last season will mean there is still hope. But United are better than last season and City are not. This was a brilliant game with two brilliant second-half goals from first Steven Gerrard to give Liverpool the lead and then Se ...
- 'Wholly unprofessional' Peter Odemwingie has claimed he joined West Brom in similar circumstances. - Roberto Mancini has hailed summer transfer target Luis Suarez as one of the deadliest strikers in the Premier League. - Arsenal could make summer moves for the ones that got away: David Villa and Stevan Jovetic.
West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie has been told not to return to training until next week. The 31-year-old tried to force a move to QPR on transfer deadline day. Odemwingie arrived at Loftus Road but West Brom said no fee had been agreed and he was not free to discuss personal terms. Sir Alex Ferguson has denied a Football Association charge over comments he made about an official after Manchester United's Premier League game at Spurs. The Manchester United boss, 71, accused assistant referee Simon Beck of failing to give Wayne Rooney a "clear" penalty. The FA asked Ferguson to explain his comments and charged him on Tuesday. Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany could be out of action for another three weeks, according to manager Roberto Mancini. Kompany, 26, limped out of last week's Fa Cup fourth-round win at Stoke with a calf strain and missed the 0-0 draw at QPR in the Premier League on Tuesday. The Belgium centre-back will miss Sunday's clash with Liverpool and next week's trip to Southampton
World Football News Update 1. Lucas Radebe, the former Leeds United and South Africa captain, expects more Premier League players will follow Everton midfielder Steven Pienaar, 30, and decide not to play in future Africa Cup of Nations because of its scheduling. 2. Tony Adams has publicly criticised the Arsenal board for lacking ambition and failing to hold on to their biggest stars in recent times, as well as questioning the set-up of Arsene Wenger's team. 3. Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez admits he considered retirement after his fall-out with manager Roberto Mancini. 4. Ricardo Kaka has reportedly signed with AC Milan on a loan deal. 5. Mario Balotelli is ready to join AC Milan in a £24m deal. The 22-year-old striker has given notice on his rented house in Cheshire and started flying his possessions back to Milan. 6. Former Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira says eight years without a trophy is too long for the Gunners and playing beautiful football is not enough any more. 7. Liverpool manager Brenda ...
- Jose Mourinho last night gave another huge hint he plans to return to the Premier League this summer. - Roberto Mancini will step up his search for a new defender if Vincent Kompany loses his red-card appeal today. And that could see the Manchester City boss targeting Borussia Dortmund's Neven Subotic and Mats Hummels. - Newcastle suffered a double blow as their £10million bid to sign Loic Remy was hijacked by QPR - and Hatem Ben Arfa hinted he could quit in the summer. - Liverpool have moved ahead of Everton in the £4million race to sign Molde defender Vegard Forren. - Swansea are stepping up their bid to beat Liverpool in the race for flying winger Tom Ince. - Reading boss Brian McDermott is on the brink of landing Zambia defender Stoppila Sunzu. - Fulham have made a £1.5million bid for Barnsley right-back John Stones and want to get the deal done this week. - QPR, Fulham and Celtic are slugging it out for Aussie midfielder Tom Rogic. - Peter Odemwingie fancies joining QPR, and West Brom boss Steve ...
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has claimed the club will appeal Vincent Kompany 's red card against Arsenal in Sunday's Premier League victory The City skipper was shown a straight red for an apparent two-footed lunge on Jack Wilshere - TS
LONDON - Roberto Mancini has challenged his Manchester City stars to end the club’s woeful run at Arsenal as the Premier League champions fight to hold onto their title. Mancini’s side head to North London knowing they will be 10 points behind leaders Manchester United by the time they kick-off at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday if their bitter rivals defeat Liverpool in the day’s early match. That would be an almost insurmountable gap even for a team of City’s class but, if history is anything to go by, there is every chance Mancini’s men will be in exactly that position by full-time. City have not won at Arsenal in the league for 37 years and were beaten 1-0 there in their last visit in April. But Mancini is convinced City, who have looked some way short of their best for much of the season, can rewrite the history books with a rare victory on Arsenal turf. “To play against Arsenal in London is very difficult because they play very, very well,” Mancini said. “There have been a lot ...
Come on levy get this deal done please : Carl Tottenham Hotspur could end up in a tug of war with Serie A giants Inter Milan over the signature of highly rated Brazilian Leandro Damiao, provided the Nerazzurri fail to sign up Manchester City’s striker Edin Dzeko. Leandro Damiao celebrating with Brazil teammates Inter drew a beam on the Bosnian international for a potential £25 million move but City are reluctant to sell him unless they find a suitable replacement. City are targeting Napoli’s Edinson Cavani but his £51 million release clause is proving to be a stumbling block for the Premier League champions. City assistant coach Angelo Gregucci expressed his admiration for the Uruguayan saying all the top clubs in the world would like to have him in the side, but the ball is in the player’s court to decide his future move. Dzeko, 26, has been in fine form this season notching up 10 goals already in all competitions, finds himself in the good books of manager Roberto Mancini, hitherto playing the r ...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is ready to use the money generated by his winter clear-out of players to fund a January move to sign Barcelona's 31-year-old striker David Villa. Manchester City are prepared to sell striker Mario Balotelli as soon as possible after manager Roberto Mancini privately conceded he cannot change the controversial 22-year-old. Queen's Park Rangers have emerged as the front-runners to sign the Marseille forward Loïc Rémy, who has also been the subject of interest from Newcastle. Tottenham are willing to listen to offers for midfielders Jake Livermore and Tom Huddlestone. Spurs are unlikely to allow Huddlestone, 26, to leave on loan, but a bid of around £3m could prove successful. QPR have made an £8m move for Manchester City centre-back Joleon Lescott. Defender Benedikt Howedes, 24 - reportedly targeted by Manchester United and Arsenal - has decided to postpone contract talks with his club Schalke until the end of the season, putting Premier League clubs on alert. Werder Breme ...
Paper talk! -Mike QPR have made an £8million move for Man City centre-back Joleon Lescott. Chelsea reject Yossi Benayoun is in talks with Southampton. Alan Pardew fears his skipper Fabricio Coloccini could be the next star to quit Newcastle. Reading are battling with Premier League rivals Norwich to sign Zambia striker Jacob Mulenga. Sunderland have launched a £2.5million bid for centre-back Roland Juhasz from Anderlecht. Roberto Mancini will give Mario Balotelli "another 100 chances" to prove he can change. Alex Ferguson has demanded an urgent probe into Spurs' swoop for whizkid Zeki Fryers. Paul Lambert has refused to rule out a move for out-of-favour Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott. Roberto Mancini insists he won't ditch Mario Balotelli after his amazing bust-up with the striker. Sir Alex Ferguson has called for a Premier League investigation Into Zeki Fryers' £900,000 move to Spurs from Standard Liege. Ferguson is also convinced Rio Ferdinand won't quit Manchester United. Arsene Wenger is r ...
Today's newspaper talk Arsene Wenger will use money generated from January sales to bring Barcelona's David Villa to Arsenal - Daily Mirror And the Spain striker will plead with Barca to make the £16m deal happen - Daily Mail Manchester City are ready to cut their losses and sell Mario Balotelli despite Roberto Mancini's claims to the contrary - Daily Mail The City Manager has final come round to his colleagues' opinion that Balotelli will not change - THE TIMES Paris St Germain want Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo AND manager Jose Mourinho - Daily Mirror QPR have made an £8m bid for Manchester City's Joleon Lescott but face competition from Everton - THE SUN Fulham are the latest Premier League side to show an interest in Birmingham's young England goalkeeper Jack Butland - Daily Mirror Southampton want Chelsea midfielder Yossi Benayoun as cover for captain Adam Lallana - THE SUN West Ham have rekindled their interest in Martin Olsson, whose Blackburn team-mate Gael Givet is wanted by Evian - D ...
Latest Football Transfer News: The Sweeper: Balotelli edges closer to Milan move The Italian striker is nearing the exit door at Manchester City after his high-profile row with Roberto Mancini on Thursday, while a furious Rob Green wants to leave QPR Liverpool close in on Tom Ince return The Merseysiders are on the verge of agreeing a fee of around £5-6 million for the 20-year-old winger with Blackpool, who accept that he will move to Anfield this month Kacar to say at Hamburg after Hannover move collapses The Serbian was set to be sold by Thorsten Fink’s side for a loss in the January transfer window, but the midfielder’s only suitors look to have lost interest due to his salary Friday, January 4, 2013 Sir Alex calls for Premier League to investigate Fryers' move to Tottenham The Scottish manager says the defender's switch is a "blatant manipulation of the rules" and has criticised Spurs chairman Daniel Levy Agent: Villas-Boas key to Holtby joining Tottenham The Schalke midfielder has agreed a deal ...
Balotelli incident list CAR CRASH (August 2010) Just days after signing for City, Balotelli hits the headlines after crashing his Audi R8 en route to the club's training ground. Balotelli is found to be carrying £5,000 in cash at the time of the accident and when police ask why, he reportedly replies: "Because I am rich." FIRST RED CARD (November 2010) Balotelli scores his first Premier League goals in a 2-0 win at West Brom but the achievement is marred when he sees red following a clash with Youssouf Mulumbu. WILSHERE SNUB (December 2010) City boss Roberto Mancini says Balotelli must change his attitude following his claims he had never heard of Jack Wilshere after beating the Arsenal midfielder to FIFA's Young Player of the Year award. DART-THROWING INCIDENT (March 2011) Balotelli again hits trouble after it emerges he threw a dart at a City youth team player. No one was hurt in the incident and he escapes punishment. SECOND RED CARD (March 2011) Balotelli apologises to his team- mates after he is sen ...
Ferguson salutes strike duo Sir Alex Ferguson was thrilled with Robin Van Persie and Javier Hernandez after Manchester United's 4-0 hammering of Wigan. Both strikers bagged a brace in a routine Premier League victory, with Van Persie turning in another superb performance. Both Ferguson and Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini feel the Dutchman is the key man in this season's title race - and Van Persie offered more evidence with a virtuoso display. "We knew we were getting a top player who would make a difference to the team," said Ferguson. "That is why we went for him. "Robin is a completely rounded footballer. He has great international experience, he's played for Arsenal for seven years and he came to us at the very peak of his career. "His ability to make and take goals is fantastic. His play for his first goal was absolutely magnificent, his turn, his balance, no drawback, just side footed it in. It was a really good goal." Hernandez took his own tally to 12, just eight short of his stellar first se ...
The majority of people will be nursing their hangover this morning after the New Year celebrations, but for Premier League managers, it's just another day at the office. With several bosses knowing that just 31 days remain to make transfers before the transfer window shuts at midnight on February 1, there's no time to waste. For the clubs fighting for survival in the prestigious Premier League, that one signing could make all the difference when May comes around. In the 2012 winter transfer window, the arrival of Senegalese striker Papiss Cissé at Newcastle was one of the most effective January transfers to date, with the £10 million man notching nine goals in 17 games after joining from Bundesliga outfit Freiburg. However, for the reigning champions in England, Manchester City, it could be a busy window for their Italian coach Roberto Mancini. Controversial forward Mario Balotelli has been strongly linked (per Goal.com) with a move back to his native roots in Italy, while Joleon Lescott and Scott Sincl ...
Roberto Mancini admits Robin Van Persie gives Manchester United the edge in the race for the Premier League title! Find out more here: [from GMF]
Roberto Mancini confident Carlos Tevez, Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko can fire Manchester City to the Premier League title! Read more: [from GMF]
'Ferguson may sack the whole Manchester United team if we let City catch us,' laughs Evra. The Frenchman revealed thatthe dressing room was the happiest it has been all season after the last-minute win over Newcastle, suggesting that they cannot give up the title again. Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra has joked that Sir Alex Ferguson may well sack the whole team should they surrender their seven-point Premier League lead over Manchester City, as they did last term. The Red Devils were eight points clear of their local rivals with just five games left on the calendar last season, but Roberto Mancini's men fought back to secure the title in dramatic style in the final minute of their final game. This time around Sir Alex's men have stretched an early lead to seven points, with a late goal handing them victory in a thrilling encounter with Newcastle on Boxing Day, while City were defeated away at Sunderland for the second successive year. The France international was relieved to pull off the victory ...
FOOTBALL:- [EPL] Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has dismissed Roberto Mancini's claim that the Black Cats were fortunate to beat Manchester City on Boxing Day, as well as on New Year's Day last season. O'Neill's side secured a surprise 1-0 victory against the reigning Premier League champions at the Stadium of Light on Wednesday, courtesy of former City midfielder Adam Johnson's goal, and triumphed in similar fashion on January 1 last season thanks to Ji Dong-Won's last-minute winner. With many suggesting the winger's effort should have been saved by Joe Hart, while a fine performance from the hosts' keeper Simon Mignolet kept the visitors' attack at bay, the Italian labelled his opponents as "very lucky against us". The Northern Irishman, however, rejected the 48-year-old's suggestions and instead insisted his players were "terrific" and put in their "best performance of the season". "I'm genuinely not bothered about what Mancini says," O'Neill told reporters. "I have seen it before with other manager ...
Premier League News - -Brendan Rodgers says there is no way potential new signing Daniel Sturridge will be able to dictate where he lines up. -Theo Walcott, Miralem Pjanic and Willian are Chelsea's candidates to replace Daniel Sturridge -EXCLUSIVE: West Ham in talks to sign Chamakh from Arsenal -Michu has been called up into Spain's squad to face Uruguay! -"I'd leave London only for Manchester United, the club of my dreams, where there is no number 10. For Mr Ferguson I'd also stay silent on the bench and I would work hard," - Adel Taarabt told La Gazzetta dello Sport. -Cristiano Ronaldo wants to re-join Manchester United next summer. -Telegraph: Roberto Mancini has promised he will deliver either the Fa Cup or Premier League for Manchester City this season. -Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has ended speculation linking him with a move to Arsenal or Liverpool by signing a new contract with Schalke. (BBC Sport) -Fulham boss Martin Jol has moved to reinforce his defence by agreeing a cut-price £800,000 deal for Standa ...
Manchester United are seven clear in the Premier League. Reaction from Sir Alex Ferguson to the 4-3 win over Newcastle. We also hear from a disappointed Roberto Mancini and Harry Redknapp reflects on another loss for QPR. We've live updates too on the tea-time kick-off as Aston Villa play host to Tottenham. www.skysports.com/radio
We are asking all of our experts to give us their picks of 2012. Here Paul Parker reviews the year in football. Best Match Manchester City 2-3 Manchester United. There hasn't been a bigger game in the Premier League given the context of the battle between the two sides and everything that went with the match. It was topped off by a last-gasp winner from Robin Van Persie as well to provide real drama. Best Moment Lionel Messi breaking Gerd Mueller's record. He proved that size isn't everything in football. Messi is a proper street player who was born to play the game, and he has gone on to become the very best in the world. It's not just scoring goals, but his assists as well. Cristiano Ronaldo isn't anywhere near as natural as Messi is and every Dad wants their son to grow up to be like the Barcelona forward - who still smiles when he plays the game. Funniest Moment There haven't been any stand-out moments of hilarity really but I did enjoy the touchline row between Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini i ...
Mario Balotelli dropped his tribunal against Manchester City – in a last-ditch bid to save his Etihad career. The Italian was due to appeal to the Premier League against the club’s decision to fine him £240,000 over his on-field discipline last season. But after late talks, he pulled the plug on the hearing yesterday morning. PFA chief Gordon Taylor said: “We are pleased this has been sorted. It’s not been a good situation. “It’s been unfortunate the way it has stayed festering, so we are pleased they have reached an agreement without going to a tribunal. “Hopefully, this will improve matters now between the player and the club. We shall see.” A City statement read: “After amicable talks, as a sign of respect for Roberto Mancini, the supporters and the club, Mario Balotelli has chosen to accept a two-week fine levied upon him by the club. "He has withdrawn his disciplinary appeal. Mario remains available for selection for all forthcoming fixtures.” Balotelli, 22, who was fined two wee ...
Roberto Mancini has been urged to leave Mario Balotelli out in the cold this Christmas as Manchester City prepare to face their errant Italian at a Premier League tribunal on Wednesday.
Fiorentina star flattered by Man City interest - Manchester City target Stevan Jovetic is flattered by the Premier League champions' reported interest and admits his future is uncertain. The Fiorentina winger has long been on Roberto Mancini 's list of transfer targets but the club made a conscious effort to sign homegrown stars such as Scott Sinclair and Jack Rodwell in the summer instead.
-Manchester City star James Milner believes his side can harness the pressure mounting on their defence of the Premier League title. Roberto Mancini's men currently lie six points behind city rivals Manchester United - and rumours of divisions within the squad have spread since the 3-2 derby defeat on 9 December. -MI
LINE-UPS! 12:45 Newcastle United v Manchester City John Brewin has previewed today's game. Read the preview here. Newcastle: Krul, Simpson, Williamson, Coloccini, Santon, Perch, Tiote, Anita, Cisse, Ba, Gutierrez. Manchester City: Hart, Zabaleta, Kolo Toure, Nastasic, Clichy, Garcia, Yaya Toure, Nasri, Silva, Tevez, Aguero. And even though their derby defeat was their first in the Premier League this season, City haven't been firing on all cylinders either. Roberto Mancini looks a troubled man, laying into his players at various stages. With the Champions League gone, it is all about the league and Fa Cup for them now. Newcastle are hurting with injuries - Ben Arfa, their main creative spark, and Cabaye, their midfield lynchpin is out for another month. So too, is Steven Taylor, meaning Williamson is the only recognised centre half left to partner Coloccini. So, two teams in pretty poor form meet at St James' Park. City have suffered two successive defeats, while Newcastle have lost five of their past six ...
Brendan Rodgers has set his sights on Liverpool finishing as high as second this season. Four points separate the Reds from fourth place, where local neighbours Everton currently occupy the Premier League's final Champions League, while an 11-point gulf exists between the Anfield club and defending champions Manchester City, just two places above. And with Liverpool's season finally beginning to enjoy an upturn in fortunes, the Kop boss believes that the deficit with Roberto Mancini's side, but is refusing to look beyond tomorrow's visit of Aston Villas despite a potentially fruitful Christmas schedule awaiting his team. He said: "I've heard lots of people talk about Liverpool. Everyone's got their opinion, and I understand that because of the standards the club set in the 1970's and 80's. "I'm well in tune with that but for a club that's supposedly been very poor, we only lie four points off that top four position. And for me, the ambition is to grow higher. "We're 11 points off second and that can all t ...
Alan Pardew: Looking to sink City on Saturday Newcastle boss Alan Pardew believes a victory against title contenders Manchester City could spark a revival in their Premier League season. The Magpies are currently 14th in the overall standings and have only won once in their last 10 games in all competitions, 3-0 at home over strugglers Wigan earlier this month. They welcome the defending champions to St James' Park on Saturday, but Pardew is not fearing Roberto Mancini's side, who have only triumphed once in their last six games across all competitions. Pardew admits last weekend's derby defeat by rivals Manchester United will have fired up City, but he does not think they post the same threat as they did last term. "They were definitely the best away team we played last season," Pardew said. "When they were at home last year they were pretty awesome and we didn't really get a foothold in that game. "What I do know is they will be pretty much focussed on this game and therefore it probably makes it a shad ...
36 - Of the 30 goals scored by substitutes in the Premier League under Roberto Mancini, 11 of them (36%) have come from Edin Dzeko. Super.
Manchester United winger Nani has become a shock £20m target for Arsenal due to the Portugal wide man's contract dispute with Old Trafford bosses - THE SUN Southampton are attempting to secure a £2m deal to sign Colombia midfielder Carlos Sanchez, 26, from Chile side Rangers - THE SUN In a heated post-match dressing room exchange the Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart fought his corner against manager Roberto Mancini after the Italian blamed him for Robin Van Persie's winning derby goal - THE INDEPENDENT Relatives of Hillsborough victims have warned that erecting netting to protect players from missiles could eventually lead to the return of the fences that killed their loved ones - Daily Mail Patrice Evra has told his team-mates they deserve to be sacked if Manchester United let the Barclays Premier League title slip through their grasp again - Daily Mail Kick It Out chairman Lord Herman Ouseley, has launched a damning attack on the Football Association, the Premier League, Chelsea and Liverpool for a ...
What the back pages say: Rio hit by coin in Manchester madness and Rodgers talks of Liverpool revival Daily Mail Rio Ferdinand was cut above the eye by a coin thrown from the crowd as the Manchester Derby erupted in shameful scenes yesterday. Also: After taking baby steps in his first few months in charge of Liverpool, Brendan Rodgers is beginning to talk of a revival. THE SUN Roberto Mancini flew into a dressing-room rage after City lost the Manchester Derby to Robin Van Persie's late free-kick. Also: Brendan Rodgers hailed hero Jonjo Shelvey as he helped complete Liverpool's fightback. Daily Mirror Rio Ferdinand thanked rival Joe Hart for stepping in front of a fan who tried to attack the Manchester United defender as the Manchester Derby ended in chaos. Also: Lionel Messi last night smashed in his 86th goal of 2012 to break the 40-year-old record of German legend Gerd Muller. Daily Star Sir Alex Ferguson set his sights on winning back the Premier League title after watching his side win an explosive Ma ...
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- Wilshere: I'm at 90 per cent - QPR defender Clint Hill has warned against too many new signings in January - Celtic manager Neil Lennon has ambitions to manage in the Premier League during his career. - Norwich City striker Grant Holt says that his eight-game goal drought was not affecting him before he scored in Saturday's 4-3 victory at Swansea. - Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has criticised his team's defending for Manchester United's winner on Sunday. - Sunderland's Adam Johnson says fans will soon see him back to his best -SSI 7-
Football - Premier League Paper Round: Balotelli blamed amid Manc mayhem There's only one story in the back pages on Monday: the insane Manchester Derby that saw United grab a late winner and Rio Ferdinand covered in blood after being hit by a coin. The headlines say it all: "Madness" trumpets the Daily Mirror, "Mayhem" screams the Telegraph, "Manchester runs red with blood" says the always-apocalyptic Daily Mail, while the Express focuses on the wound to Ferdinand's face with the headline "Derby day shame". The ramifications of the violence at the derby occupy the back page of the The Times as well, with the paper predicting stiff punishments for the reigning Premier League champions over their fans' behaviour. Inside the back pages, most of the newspaper columnists point the finger of blame at one man after the defeat: Mario Balotelli. "Manchester City took an £18 million punt on Mario Balotelli, and with every selection of the moody Blue, Roberto Mancini is piling more casino chips on a losing hand," ...
Manchester City have decided to replace manager Roberto Mancini and will ask Former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola to name his price in the summer - Daily Star Sunday But Guardiola, who is also believed to be a leading candidate for the permanent Chelsea job, is seriously considering turning down the two Premier League sides and Taking Charge of German powerhouses Bayern Munich - SUNDAY TIMES - Nadz
Preview: City vs United, Fight Position Peak Game titled Manchester Derby between Manchester City and Manchester United will be presented on the weekend of the 16 Premier League in order to fight the top position. After crashing out of the European tournament, practical concentration City will be concentrated in the domestic league. In the match on Sunday, The Citizens will be featured heavily in the fight that took place at Etihad Stadium in order to eliminate the difference in points between the two teams. However, the City's intention was a little bothered by the injury storm. Micah Richards (knee) and James Milner (hamstring) likely will miss this important match. David Silva is another player who likely will also miss this match. However, coach Roberto Mancini could be replaced by Javi Garcia to play more defensively. Good news came from Gael Clichy, Aleksandar Kolarov, and Jack Rodwell who gradually recovered and was able to play in this match. Kubu United, not without problems. Anderson hamstring a ...
As Man United prepare to face Man City at the Etihad - a stadium where Roberto Mancini's team are unbeaten for 37 Premier League games - the Red Devils boss has been questioning the number of penalties the blue half of Manchester are awarded.
Roberto Mancini believes the lack of a chief executive played a major role in Manchester City missing out on their chief targets in the summer transfer market. It took City 12 months to find a replacement for Garry Cook, who resigned after three years as chief executive in 2011, with the Premier League champions eventually appointing Ferran Soriano on August 17. With little of the transfer window remaining, a frantic fortnight saw the arrivals of Jack Rodwell, Javi Garcia, Maicon, Matija Nastasic, Scott Sinclair and Richard Wright at Eastlands.
Gary Neville has accepted Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini could be ousted if he fails to retain the Premier League title.
MANCHESTER, United Kingdom (AFP) – Roberto Mancini believes Manchester City cannot afford to lose the derby against title rivals Manchester United on Sunday. The reigning Premier League champions trail league leaders United by three points heading into the crunch game at the Etihad Stadium. Are you looking forward to the Sunday Derby?
Some Good joke mate - here are Wigan fans applauding your genius moments today... "Fernando Llorente will leave Bilbao in the summer, with Liverpool his preferred destination" "Ryan Shawcross prepares to sign a long-term contract: Stoke fans and legends believe that he and Robert Huth form the Premier League's best defensive partnership" "Arsenal looking to beat Olympiakos in Greece - Sebastian Squillaci starts in defence" "Roberto Mancini has promised a positive performance from Man City tonight...Gareth Barry starts in midfield" "Chelsea set to sign right back Wallace from Fluminense...reports that they are looking at fellow Brazil youth defender Gromit are unfounded" All from various media sources (except the last one) This proves that there's a GJM moment every day - Ed
HARD TACKLE Roberto Mancini insists he is keen to salvage a Europa League spot — but he will not let it get in the way of Manchester City’s title defence. City must beat Borussia Dortmund tonight to have a chance of finishing third in their Champions League group and keeping alive their European campaign. Etihad chief Mancini believes it is important to do it so the club can improve their UEFA ranking and possibly avoid another Group of Death next season. But, if they do make the Europa League, Mancini admits he would look to play a completely different team on a Thursday night to a Sunday — as retaining the Premier League is his top priority. QUESTION DO YOU SEE MANCINI ACHIEVING HIS GOAL WITH THIS PLAN?
Divine intervention! Roberto Mancini believes Virgin Mary may have answered Manchester City title prayers Manchester Evening News, November 15, 2012 Stuart Brennan Roberto Mancini claims that when Sergio Aguero miraculously won the Premier League title, he got an assist from the Virgin Mary! The City boss has revealed how he feels a pilgrimage he took to a holy shrine in Bosnia-Herzegovina at the height of the title run-in may have turned the tide back in the Blues’ favour. And his belief is backed up by a strange set of circumstances which followed from his trip to the town of Medjugorje in March, just as United had seized the initiative at the top of the table. City had started to wobble in the race and lost top spot just as Mancini, along with wife Federica and daughter Camilla, took a two-day break and flew to the Balkans. At the time of his visit, devout Catholic Mancini denied that he was seeking divine help for the Blues, saying: “I think The Lord and Our Lady have more important things to worr ...
If ever there were a good time for Manchester City to suffer the humiliation of a second successive Champions League exit it might just have been this week. Chelsea have stolen the thunder that was headed their way. The heat is not exactly off Roberto Mancini but he is probably glad not to be Roberto Di Matteo, or, to extend beyond that, coach of Chelsea. Wednesday's draw crystallised his own position: fail to defend the Premier League title and he will be out on his ear. Even then, he might still be removed if Manchester City win the Pep Guardiola beauty contest. That eventuality might just suit Rafa Benitez, of course, though he starts a new job with his future already bound up in the whims of another man, one he was happy to compliment during a Thursday tea-time unveiling. Pep talk will envelop both clubs until the Catalan has decided his direction, a decision day believed to be months away. With Champions League dreams all but extinguished for both of the country's richest clubs, the comparative munda ...
Roberto Mancini says he could have signed Fernando Torres from Liverpool 22 months ago before deciding to take Edin Dzeko instead. The Manchester City manager explained that the Spaniard was one of a number of strikers he considered during the transfer window of January 2011. The Italian claims that Dzeko offered certain qualities that Torres did not have and also that price was also a major factor in deciding not to take the latter. In the end, City took Dzeko from German club Wolfsburg, while Torres moved to Chelsea for £50m - almost twice as much as the Bosnian cost the Premier League champions. Mancini told the Independent website: "Two years ago we had a chance. We decided on other players, also because of his cost. "There were four or five strikers we talked about. We chose Edin because we were missing the qualities he had - strong in the air and different from Torres." The two teams meet on Sunday at Stamford Bridge and Mancini is aware of the Torres danger: "I think he is a good player. Every str ...
Am enjoying the recent drama going on in EPL (English Premier League) sacking of incompetent or failed coaches depend on what you decide to call it, Roberto Di Matteo was sack as Chelsea Manager and Mark Hughes was also sack as Queens Park Rangers Manager. Guess who is next? I guess it’s the turn of Roberto Mancini of Manchester City FC, kudos to Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United and Arsene Wenger of Arsenal FC for keeping their job for several years till date.
Roberto Mancini's Manchester City are well-placed to retain their Premier League title, according to former City and Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira. The Frenchman, who is football development officer at the Etihad Stadium, adds that Mancini is committed to the club and that speculation about his position is purely as a result of the club's success.
Edin Dzeko: Scoring goals and unwilling to settle for super-sub status Edin Dzeko has warned that 'every player has their limits' as he refuses to accept the role of super-sub at Manchester City. The Bosnia international is the Premier League champions' top scorer so far this season but has still missed out on a series of big games in the current campaign. And Dzeko has no intention of allowing himself to be seen as merely an option from the bench and has issued a warning to Roberto Mancini. "
Man City are reportedly keeping a close eye on Liverpool’s contract negotiations with teenager Raheem Sterling with a view to making a move for the youngster if he doesn’t receive the deal he believes he is worthy of.Roberto Mancini is a big admirer of the young winger and has discussed his interest with newly appointed Director of Football Txiki Begiristain as the Premier League title holders ready an offer for the
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester United have enough attacking firepower to avoid losing successive Premier League titles on goal difference. And he reckons Javier Hernandez and Wayne Rooney will both score 20 goals plus - in addition to the contribution of current top-scorer Robin Van Persie. United lost the title last season to Manchester City's superior goals tally. Ferguson insists United have a balanced strike force, and said: "I don't expect us to lose on goal difference again." Van Persie has scored 11 goals in 14 matches in all competitions since his summer move from Arsenal - but Ferguson believes United have not become over-dependant on him. "I don't think it's a problem relying on Robin," he said. "The way Javier has started this season, I'm certain he will get to 20 goals plus. "Wazza will get there too, he'll get 20 goals plus I'm sure. It's a healthy combination we've got there." Champions City scored 93 goals to United's 89 last season, while Roberto Mancini's men also conceded four few ...
Manchester City's assistant coach David Platt played down any suggestion his boss Roberto Mancini was shunning the media on Friday, saying he had other things to do rather than talk about Sunday's Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur. What's wrong at City?
More pressure has been heaped on Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini as Pep Guardiola has said he will listen to any offers for his next job. The Former Barcelona manager is spending a year out of the game after leaving the club last summer, having been beaten to the La Liga title by Jose Mourinho’s Real Madrid. But now the 41-year-old coach is ready to consider approaches from clubs – in particular from the Premier League champions - but will not manage again until next season.
Roberto Mancini looked back at the referee and his assistants and shook his head in disgust but the damage was already done. Manchester City are all but out of the Champions League. For the second season running Sheikh Mansour's millions havefailed to propel the current Premier League champions beyond the group stage. Vincent Kompany was a walking embodiment of City's performance in his interview immediately after the final whistle; a mixture of confusionand apparent tiredness. Yet again, Mancini's team struggledto get going until they were kicked harshly into gear when Ajax raced into a two-goal lead. Mancini has said that a lack of experience is hurting City in Europe. When asked if he agreed with his manager's assessment, Kompany muster up only a dazed "I don't know" before reeling off the usual captain's response of learning from each match. It is true that Mario Balotelli should have had a penalty in the final seconds when he was pulled down from behind by Ricardo van Rhijn. It is true thatAleksandar ...
We Got it first @ Rsi © now here is Another Hitzzz- • City hitman Carlos Tevez has been snubbed by his country - and that’s bad news for the Blues’ rivals says his fellow Argentine Pablo ZabaletaPablo Zabaleta is backing his pal Carlos Tevez to fight his way back into the Argentina squad – by terrorising Premier League defences. Tevez has again been omitted from his national squad, for the friendly with Saudi Arabia on November 14, with Wigan striker Franco di Santo getting the nod ahead of him. But that might spell bad news for English defences, says Zabaleta. The Blues defender is set to give manager Roberto Mancini a huge boost by stepping back into action at West Ham tomorrow after missing the last three games with a hamstring problem he picked up on international duty. + • Former Toon Striker Wants Heskey In England Team! • Australia's new footballing superstar Emile Heskey had been tipped for an England recall by ex- Newcastle United striker Michael Bridges. Michael Bridges reckon ...
Premier League bosses Sir Alex Ferguson, Roberto Mancini and Roberto Di Matteo are on the Coach of the Year list.
Manchester City's unbeaten run on Premier League duty at the Etihad Stadium now stands at 22 months, so home comforts will be a welcome distraction for Roberto Mancini's team as they face a Swansea outfit struggling to adjust to manager Michael Laudrup's methods. There is similar confusion within the City ranks over Mancini's approach, but while the uncertainty continues to be exposed in the Champions League, it is a different story on the domestic front and the champions are likely to sail to another comfortable home win tonight.
Manchester City centre-back Kolo Toure says he will fight for his place in the side, despite currently finding himself fourth-choice at the club. The former City captain currently finds himself below Joleon Lescott, Vincent Kompany and new signing Matija Nastasic in manager Roberto Mancini's plans. "I want to stay, I want to fight for my place," the 31-year-old told BBC Sport. Toure, who signed for the reigning Premier League champions from Arsenal in 2009, added: "I like City and this season I started every game pre-season. Having served a six-month ban for failing a drugs test last year - what Toure calls his "stupid mistake" after taking one of his wife's diet pills - the desire to succeed in the final years of his career is evident.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has given assurances to defender Joleon Lescott, saying: "He is an important player for us." England centre-half Lescott played a key role in City's Premier League title success last season, but has been dropped for some significant fixtures this term. The 30-year-old was an unused substitute for the league matches on August 26 at Liverpool and on Saturday at Fulham, as well as the Blues' Champions League Group D opener against Real Madrid on September 18 at the Bernabeu, where summer signing Matija Nastasic was chosen ahead of him to partner captain Vincent Kompany in central defence in a 3-2 defeat. It has made for an uncertain situation for the former Everton man, although he has vowed not to "rock the boat" over the matter.
Robert Lewandowski, who was linked with Arsenal FC and Manchester United during the summer, has also caught the eye of Manchester City, manager Roberto Mancini has confirmed
Football Fan Maniacs wrote: Di Matteo's fellow countryman and fellow Premier League coach Roberto Mancini is under pressure to deliver a home victory for English champions Manchester City against Borussia Dortmund in Group D. Do think Manchester City can make it out of the group stage the season again? Eric Aikince
Premier League bawl boys: I SAW Roberto Mancini and Paul Lambert having a right old go at each other on the touc...
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