Mancini fears axe if he fails to win Premier League title
London, Apr 7(ANI): Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has said he is not sure whether he would be at the helm for another season at the club, if he fails to deliver the Premier League title this season.
"When you choose this job, you know that anything can happen at any moment. In football, anything can happen in any moment, and this championship can change in one week. It's the same regarding my future," The Sun quoted Mancini, as saying.
Mancini stressed that he enjoys a great rapport with the club's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak, and it will stay intact even if they part company in the summer.
"My relationship with Khaldoon is fantastic. If he sacked me at the end of the season or next year, I would say that every manager who works with Khaldoon is very lucky. He's a really good man. This would not change my opinion about him or the club," Mancini said.
Mancini won City their first trophy in 35 years with the FA Cup last year, and had them dominate the Premier League for five months this season.
But he knows from bitter experience as boss of Inter Milan that no success guarantees you your job.
He said: "I left Inter after seven trophies in my four years. I don't have a problem with that because what matters is working hard in your job and improving your team." (ANI)
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