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Invincible Man City?

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As as we are now well into the second half of the Premier League season one can only question Manchester City’s Phenomenal strength. Once again today the blue half of Manchester strolled to yet another convincing win, beating Cardiff 4-2 at the Etihad Stadium. Edin Dzeko scored the opener on the 10th minute which marked their 100th Goal this season.  Other Goal Scorers included new summer recruit Jesus Navas, as well as the Powerhouse in midfield Yaya Toure and “Mr. Reliable” Sergio Agüero. Vincent Kompany recently stated that it would only be “A Matter Of Time” before Manchester City win the Quadruple and that they believe they can do it this year.

The only problem in the way of Manchester City at the moment is in February when they have to Face Barcelona in the Champions League Last 16. With Lionel Messi and other Star Quality Players such as Neymar, Manchester City will have to be on their Extreme Best to Knock Out the Catalan Giants.

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3 Reasons Why Solskjær will Succeed At Cardiff

Ole Gunnar Solskjær has surprisingly made the move to Cardiff City from Molde. Surprisingly because given Vincent Tan’s treatment of Malky Mackay, it was expected that finding a new manager was going to be tougher than finding a Chelsea striker that scores goals. Despite the naysayers, Solskjær may succeed here are three reasons why:

Ole is a champion


As a player and now as a manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has been a champion. Most famous for his last minute goal in the ’99 Champions League final. Ole has began his managerial career with a flourish as he secured back to back league titles with Molde as well as a Norwegian Cup triumph. Ole has a winning mentality about him and could do well to impart that on this Cardiff City side looking for inspiration. Former Man United striker Fraizer Campbell will relish linking up again with his former Man United teammate/coach.


Tan could be a misunderstood man

Ole’s first words as Cardiff boss were in defense of owner Vincent Tan. Presumably, Tan is not the eccentric man we all think he is and instead, the Malaysian simply wants some success at the club. If that is true, then the pair can iron out a working relationship that helps the club enjoy stability after the rocky tenure of Malky Mackay. Besides, Tan probably knows he is no longer popular with the fans and will want to stop being seen as the villain.


Ole had a great education

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Playing for years under Sir Alex Ferguson, Ole must have picked up a few tricks. His three titles in three years as Molde boss also prove that the former striker had a great education. His continued friendship with Sir Alex ensures that Ole will have a mentor he can reach out to at all times for some great tips, just like you can with Clever Bets.

We can look forward to a long successful reign for Mr Solskjær in England, as long as Mr Tan realizes the team will need investment and that his new employee will need time.




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