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Manchester City chief executive Ferran Sorriano has said the club expects new manager Manuel Pelligrini to help the team win a trophy each year, including the Union of European Football Association (UEFA) Cup, following the sacking of previous coach Roberto Mancini.
The embarrassing defeat at the hands of Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup final and poor management skills, saw Mancini lose his job. Pelligrini will be appointed as his replacement in another 10 days, the Mirror reports.
Sorriano said he believes City will emerge stronger after Mancini's departure and will have a better next season. The club aims to move forward and has set itself the goal of winning five trophies in five years, the ultimate one being the Champions League.
Sorriano claimed that the target is realistic and intends to see City football develop as much as reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League, finishing second in the Premier League and losing the FA Cup Final again.
Sorriano also said that he intends to adopt a football philosophy of nurturing their home-grown talent, similar to Manchester United's 1992 team that yielded talents such as David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Gary and Phil Neville. ...
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