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Did Roberto Mancini fall asleep watching Manchester City?

by | 18th, November 2012

roberto mancini sleeps Did Roberto Mancini fall asleep watching Manchester City?MANCHESTER City are having a mixed season. On the verge of being knocked out of the Champions Laegue, the Blue Mooners nonetheless top of the Premier League and are scoring loadsa goals. But the Daily Mail senses boredom. It sees Roberto Mancini, the side’s likeable if inceasingly spiky boss, asleep at the game. Yeah, really. So boring are City – so dull is the job of being their coach – that Mancini nodded off during the match.

The Mail tweets:

Roberto Mancini falls asleep during Manchester City v Tottenham

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Yep. It’s either bad typing or bad tech? Or maybe the story had been purged because it was utter rubbish?

Martin Domin told readers:

Manchester City have yet to hit the heights of their Premier League winning campaign last season but they haven’t been so bad to send anyone to sleep.

But that is exactly what happened at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday when City boss Roberto Mancini appeared to nod off during injury time in the first half…Thankfully for City’s title hopes, Mancini woke from his slumber in time to deliver a half-time team talk that inspired his men to victory after goals from Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko.

Here’s Mancini’s 2 winks:

mancini sleeps Did Roberto Mancini fall asleep watching Manchester City?



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