Man City boss Pellegrini promises Premier League and Champions League glory

6/17/13 in Soccer   |   SamuelWhale   |   589 respect

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Manuel Pellegrini has promised to deliver his best in order to bring the Premier League and Champions League glory to Manchester City. After being officially confirmed as the new manager of Manchester City, the Chilean boss made assurances about his efforts at the club.
The former Real Madrid manager won’t start working until the June 24 because of his agreement with Malaga, still his confirmation as the new Manchester City manager finally brought an end to weeks of speculation and unpredictability the club was facing.
Many news channels confirmed Manuel Pellegrini’s appointment as Manchester City’s new manager months ago, but it was the man himself how put an end to the whole transfer saga.
“Everyone knows that if you arrive at a club like Manchester City you need to win titles,” Manuel Pellegrini told Manchester City TV. “They have invested a lot of money to improve the squad, to try every year to win titles. I am sure in the next years we will win maybe the Premier League and the Champions League. We will try to win the lot.
“Everything is in place for Manchester City to continue to be successful and I'm excited to work with such a talented squad. I like attractive football, attacking football and I'm sure they will enjoy the way we do things.
“I am very proud to be the man that Manchester City chose to work with next season. This is the start of a new style of club and even though I had offers from other important clubs, I am sure we can make a great team and reach the targets here.”
Manuel Pellegrini has no major European silverware under his belt, but the Chilean tactician is convinced he has the squad an experience to challenge for major honors with Manchester City.
“I'm sure 100% I have no problem adapting to the Premier League,” Manuel Pellegrini said. “I have played against Manchester United in the Champions League, against Arsenal and I don't have any problems in that sense.
“I cannot wait to get started, but unfortunately I have to wait to meet the players. My message is to tell all the fans that all of us together can reach the targets Manchester City deserve.”
In other news, Manchester City have confirmed that the interim manager Brian Kidd will remain as part of the coaching staff at the club. The former Manchester United and Manchester City player worked impressively during and after Roberto Mancini’s spell at the club. 
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