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MANCHESTER CITY, Mancini: "We deserved to win Premier League"

14.05.2012 08.17 by Claudio Colla  read 1550
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After having won Premier League 2011/12 by defeating Queens Park Rangers during last minutes of the match, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini, interviewed by Sky Sports, stated: "Winning like this has been incredible, I don't think I've ever seen such a season finale. We wouldn't have deserved to lose, we had lost of chances to score and got this title with merit. It's been. It's been an exciting and mad championship".

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