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MCFC Hold Press Conference Today At 5pm

MCFC Hold Press Conference Today  At 5pm

Manchester City FC will hold a press conference today, Monday 21 December 2009 beginning at 5pm. Those in attendance will include CEO Garry Cook and Roberto Mancini. Sky Sports News will broadcast the conference - live.

Garry Cook is expected to take questions on the Mark Hughes sacking, and of course, City's new Italian manager, Roberto Mancini will also be there. By all accounts his English is described as average however, a translator will be sat close by.

Mancini arrived at Carrington just after 9am this morning and his first training session is expected two hours later. By all accounts, any trace of the previous managers possessions were removed over the weekend and Mancini's belonging have already been put in place.

Mancini signed a three and a half year deal at the weekend and as one would suggest, expectations are high. We wish the 45-year-old the very best.

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Monday December 21 2009
Time: 9:37AM

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Turns out Mancini's been living in London on and off in recent months improving his English.
Johnny Baguette
21/12/2009 11:30:00
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