Article by Ben Carso
Manchester City broke into the top four on Monday evening with a thouroughly deserved win against a poorly equipped Blackburn Rovers at the City of Manchester Stadium scoring 4 goals to 1.
The win, which takes them into the Champions League qualifying spots is where they would want to stay should they really be wanting to become the biggest club in the World and another season in the Europa League would mean many of their stars leaving for better clubs that can offer players Champions League football.
Despite the club being in debt, the Clubs owners have paid the debt off immediately as they add weight to their claims that they are in the business for the long haul. Whether or not Manchester City can keep up the pace with some more good results remains to be seen as Mancini’s honeymoon period starts to come to an end.
City will lose a few more games this season that they probably expect, but should Mancini still be around next season, and he purchases players of Premiership quality, then maybe, just maybe, a Premiership title could be on its way to the bluer side of Manchester.
Mancini seems to have orgainsed the defence in a much more logical way meaning they are not leaking too many goals but are scoring enough to keep the fans entertained, there were concerns that Mancini’s appointment would result in City playing a far too defensive style of football such as Mourinho did at Chelsea when the Portugese manager first came on the scene.
One can guarantee though, that regardless of the style of play by the team, trophies are what they are after and Mancini looks to be heading them in the right direction. With the best online bookmakers now making City 14/1 to win the title it seems obvious that they should be favourites to win the league without the big four at 8/11.
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