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Mansour backs Mancini despite European failure


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By Paul O'Meara

Thursday 01 December 2011

Sheikh Mansour has relieved some of the pressure from Roberto Mancini’s shoulders by saying European failure is not important if they win the Premier League, The Sun report.


Man City face Bayern Munich next week at home, but know even a win isn’t enough to definitely secure their passage to the knock-out as they must rely on the other result in their group.


Mansour said: “We must not forget that our main objective is to win the Premier League and, if we achieve that, then it will have an impact on the team and the club as a whole and will show we can achieve anything."


He added: "We must ask ourselves where we have been and what Manchester City have become now, just to realise that what we have accomplished is great.


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