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ENGLAND/ EXCLUSIVE TMW - Mancini: "It'll be even more difficult season than last year"

14.08.2012 12.00 by TM W - Haitham Orabi  read 1015
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Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini insists that the Premier League title race is "not easy and very tough " The Italian Coach "feels happy with his players performance after defeating Chelsea 3-2 in FA Community Shield Cup Sunday night " It was very tough match; we played very well against Chelsea .I thinks my players showed great performance, we deserve to win the match” Best Premier League Manager of October 2011 comments on being goal behind Chelsea with fear to lose the cup "I was confident enough even when we were goal behind, I believed we will win. We performed better than Chelsea that’s why I was not worried and sure of my team that we will get the win ”

Continues best Italian player 1997 “We keep trying till the last minute, we didn’t deserve to lose the match .after equalize our spirit got higher then we pressed to win "New Season with new challenges Premier League title –winning clarifies “I think it will be even more difficult season than last year. Many clubs prepared themselves very well, 4 or 5 teams will compete to win the title, we will be one of them to fight to get the title ” Mancini says" I think Man UTD will be tough competitor for us , they p lay for title every year ". The 47 years old coach reveals the plan "we have to follow the same strategy as we did last year , wrok hard and have the same spirit then we will have chance to repeat "

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