Manchester City will win Premier League title, according to Mancini
Defeat for Manchester City on Wednesday night would leave them four points adrift of Manchester United with nine games of the season remaining, while their superior goal difference has virtually been wiped out in recent weeks.
March 20th, 2012
Nevertheless, Roberto Mancini is staying positive when it comes to City’s prospects of winning a first ever Premier League title, with the Italian considering whether to bring Carlos Tevez into the squad for Wednesday’s match against Chelsea.
The plus side for City is that they have won all 14 Premier League matches at Eastlands this season and Mancini is confident that they can finish above United despite their recent wobble.
He said: “We will win the title, we will win. We will do everything to win the title. We need to think positive always.
“Until now we have had a fantastic Premier League, we need to continue like this.
“We play one game a week, we can have more concentration about this.”
City follow up Wednesday’s match with a tricky trip to Stoke City on Saturday and this could very much be a decisive week for the Premier League second-placed club, although John Terry will be missing for the visitors.