Reports in Italy Confirm that Mancini will Replace Hughes

Not that it's my forte to be listening to talkSPORT, but Stan Collymore (the man with more questions than answers) has just announced that reports in Italy have confirmed that former Inter boss and Leicester City player, Roberto Mancini, IS the new Manchester City manager.

I personally think this equals a tragic formula;

Rich Owners + Knowing Nothing About Football = Making All The Wrong Decisions

Why give a manager over £200 million if you're even thinking about sacking him if things don't go down as you planned them?

What if Mancini is given a war-chest in the January Sales and City finish in the bottom half of the table come May? Do you sack him to?

If the reports are factual that Abu Dhabi are set to inject further billions into Dubai, I think Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan would do better to keep his billions tucked away in his account.

Buying the league is short-term; mastering it is the path clubs should take.

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