Football Mancini tips Man City to pip Chelsea and Liverpool to the title

Roberto Mancini tipped his former club Manchester City to win the Premier League even after seeing his Galatasaray side outplayed by Chelsea.

The Blues went through to the quarter-finals of the Champions League by beating the Turkish team 2-0 at Stamford Bridge and 3-1 on aggregate.

Chelsea were hugely impressive, showing the kind of form that has put them top of the table, four points clear of second-placed Liverpool.

But Mancini still believes City, currently fourth but with three games in hand, will regain the title they won under him in 2012.

The Italian said: “Manchester City are the best team and have the best players.

“Liverpool are doing very well at this moment but I think it will be a fight between Chelsea and Man City and I think City has the best chance.”

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  1. Comment by redCourtinho
    9:02 am

    What? The ex manager of Man Citeh tips them to win the league over LFC and Chelski?….NO!!!

  2. Comment by michael
    1:00 pm

    We’ll c after the Man U v/s Man city game at OLD TRAVERT,who will b top.shud Liverpool win all their remaning home games.cud Goal Dif b the key?

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