The greatest football managers are often interesting characters bordering on the eccentric and have great self-belief which is no great surprise as you must need skin like elephant hide to survive the barrage of criticism and abuse that football bosses inevitably suffer. Mancini may have thought that working in England would be less pressurised than 

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There aren’t many club managers out there whose job would be under question with if, in their first full season, had won the club’s first major trophy in 35 years and then followed that up by winning the Premier League the following year. However, this is Roberto Mancini and Manchester City we’re talking about, where 

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