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Title Race Over If Arsenal Beat City

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes the Premier League title race will be over if his team lose at Arsenal and Manchester United defeat QPR this weekend.

City topped the Premier League for the first half of the season but have suffered a drop in form of late that has coincided with a fine run of form for Manchester United.

Manchester City are 5/1 to win the Premier League this season with William Hill.

'If they win all their games, congratulations, they deserve the title,' Mancini said of Sir Alex Feguson's United.

'I think maybe at the moment some don't believe because it's difficult. But in football you can always believe.

'It's important we go for an away win (at Arsenal) and win the derby. I think in six games they can lose other points.'







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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 5 2012

Time: 4:41PM

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Can't argue with any of that Bob. I still believe!
rojo2010
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05/04/2012 17:08:00

BELIEVE!! :)
adtilson
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05/04/2012 17:46:00

'It's important we go for an away win (at Arsenal) and win the derby. I think in six games they can lose other points.' Just that one sentence has restored my hope and faith. We can still do this. In the minds of Camelgob , Shrek, Small Pee etc the title is already won, whatever they say in public.
RobsonGreensleeves
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05/04/2012 18:10:00

So just bloody win it!!
coopsieyid
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05/04/2012 19:49:00

The title or this game Coopsie?
Bluedub
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05/04/2012 21:39:00

Both! We need to win no more slip up's City!!
adtilson
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05/04/2012 22:45:00

Bluedub - One game at a time fella ;-)
coopsieyid
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06/04/2012 16:26:00

 

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