As if feeling his first serious bout of pressure as Manchester City manager wasn't enough, Roberto Mancini is still living the life of Alan Partridge.
The Italian boss is so unsure of his future at the club that he is yet to buy a permanent residence and move his family over.
Instead, he remains living in self-imposed exile in a hotel. Speculation that he only has a mumbling, semi-comprehensible Carlos Tevez for company is, however, probably wide of the mark.
The Daily Mail quote him saying in an interview in Italy: "If I get an apartment, that means that fourth place is becoming reality. FromRead More »from Mancini already feeling the heat