Man City boss Roberto Mancini swears in news conference

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini swore in front of reporters and TV cameras after being asked about his position at Eastlands

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Roberto Mancini's side are 12 points behind leaders Manchester United R Goraczniak, via Wikimedia

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Roberto Mancini swore when asked about his future in a news conference ahead of Manchester City’s clash with Chelsea on Sunday.

The City boss used an expletive in front of reporters and television cameras after being asked about the speculation surrounding his position, with Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini the latest name to be linked with the Eastlands job.

Mancini said: “F****** hell!” before adding: “I cannot continue to answer about this every week. But also because I don’t understand this, why would Manchester City change their manager? For what reasons?

“We have another two months. In two months you will know if this can happen but I can’t continue with this.

“This is normal for you, it’s your job, don’t worry, but I can’t continue to answer each week about one [manager] or another or another.”

City host Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday as they look to keep pace with Premier League leaders Manchester United, who are currently 12 points clear at the top of the table.

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