Pellegrini could find himself under immense pressure ,if as expected he takes over
at City. Mancini won the FA cup and qualified for the Champions League in his first
season and won the Title in his second. Expectations will be lofty for the professorial
Moyes at United really could be a recipe for disaster ,especially if Ferguson is habitually
frequenting the United dressing room ,and more importantly the press box. I honestly
don't think the more reserved Jock has the personality to mask his awkward first few
Mourinho ,again if as expected returns to Chelsea will have the eyes and expectant
pens of the worlds media hovering for any sign of dissension or controversial statement.
I think in general he will be expected to win the Prem with the almost contemptible
swagger he seems to excel in. Then add Abramovic to that equation and I will be more
than Intrigued to see how two massive egos can co-exist at the same club.
As for the Bitters ,I cant envisage any manager used to frittering away the owners funds
on established players of some renown, wanting to manage a club where the owner spends
more on his plays for the specific entertainment of his fellow lovees than football in general .
I think Southampton will be fine under Pochettino ,he's impressed with the short time he
has spent at St Mary's.
Stoke,seriously who cares who takes the reins at this insidious little football team ,a club
who under Pulis made clubs from the NFL look like they were auditioning for Louie Spence.
Sunderland will eventually thrive under the enigmatic little Italian,and besides I absolutely
love Di Canio ,phenomenal player and I think under the right circumstances an innovative
and passionate manager.
First for the boot : Pelligrini ,I think the no nonsense staunch Catholic will ruffle a fair few
feathers with players and owners alike .