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MAN. CITY, Mancini: "We are almost out of the Champions League"

25.10.2012 07.15 by Marco Gori  read 2108
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Interviewed by Sky Sport after the game lost to Ajax, Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has declared: "They have played well, but it has been a strange game. We had many chances to score and we could have avoided their goal. In any case we must congratulate with our rivals, who have been superior. City about to be eliminated? Yes, we can say it".

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