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Will Bobby Manc Still Be Boss Come The Summer?

Will Bobby Manc Still Be Boss Come The Summer?

Vital Manchester City new signing, Vanzuylan sent us the following...

I have this underlying doubt in the back of my mind that come the summer if Mancini has failed to achieve fourth position at a minimum he could be sacked.

The reasons for me thinking this are...

The fact that in the press conference I remember Garry Cook sitting there getting all flustered fending off all the media questions fired at him regarding Roberto's job and the time frame he would be given.

I remember Roberto in broken English saying it was a three and a half year contract - I thought great that's what we need after the way Hughes was fired, some much need stability. But then it comes out that the first six months of Bobby's contract has a clause in it by where if it's not all going to plan he basically gets the chop. This is absolutely no way to run a football club surely (our football club); even given the fact we are in good hands financially.

So who else thinks Bobby will or will not be here come summer?

Man City's chief executive Garry Cook, response to the sacking of Mark Hughes.



Roberto Mancini's first press conference.



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Writer:Vanzuylan
Date:Tuesday February 16 2010
Time: 3:35PM

Comments

0
I want the guy to say, the hell with what Cook thinks (which by all accounts, isn't much).
BlueWolfie
16/02/2010 16:42:00
0
I hope that Mancini is our manager for a long time to come but you can't help but have doubts these days.
Kevinho
16/02/2010 18:01:00
0
After tonight I'll tell you!
Lando78
16/02/2010 18:51:00
0
I've heard Cook is history and Kenyon is coming!
merlin
16/02/2010 20:43:00
0
Kenyon and Mourinho in the summer Merlin.
Tudor
16/02/2010 20:48:00
0
Not bothered if he goes (at the moment!).... it sounds like we got away with murder tonight by the way.............. Not impressed!!
RobsonGreensleeves
16/02/2010 21:51:00
0
If we get top4 or win the fa cup the owners will keep him. Anything less and he will be replaced.
Super City Slicker
16/02/2010 22:01:00
0
You need to stay with a manager for longer than 2 years - no wonder ya aint winning anything this season!
niteworlok
16/02/2010 22:09:00
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I hope your right Merlin. Did I just really say that about Kenyon coming to City? The lesser of 2 evils I suppose and he does at least have some footballing knowledge.
Kevinho
16/02/2010 23:08:00
0
Kenyon? It never gets any better does it?
BlueWolfie
16/02/2010 23:35:00
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