Monday, 4 May 2015

Pellegrini silent over Manchester City future

The Citizens manager avoided the topic of his future following his side's 1-0 win at White Hart Lane on Sunday after Chelsea lifted the title earlier in the day
Manuel Pellegrini refused to discuss his future after Manchester City's victory over Tottenham before aiming apparent criticsm at newly crowned Premier League champions Chelsea.
The Blues sealed the title with three games remaining after beating Crystal Palace 1-0 at Stamford Bridge as City reacted to being dethroned by beating Spurs by the same scoreline later on Sunday.

Pellegrini has overseen a trophyless season following last year's domestic triumph and his team now sit 13 points adrift of Jose Mourinho's side, leading to speculation over his job security.
And, when asked if he will still be in charge at the Etihad Stadium next season, the Chilean told the BBC: "I'm not going to answer that question.
"I said before we were going to see a beautiful game because both teams play offensive football so I expect the fans enjoyed the game. It was a close game and Sergio scored a great goal. I am happy about that.
"You must remember against Tottenham that Chelsea conceded five goals, we have a clean sheet. Tottenham create chances with offensive players, but I think we have as many chances as Tottenham.
"We have to finish the season now and then we will analyse it. I think it's important to finish as near the top as possible and see where we need to improve.
"Maybe Chelsea are more consistent this year and they won the league but we scored more when we did it."

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