Although not easy, Pellegrini Want City Try Clean Sweep Games Remaining

Although not easy, Pellegrini Want City Try Clean Sweep Games Remaining

Although not easy, Pellegrini Want City Try Clean Sweep Games Remaining

Manchester – Manchester City are determined to win all the remaining games in the Premier League this season and still maintain hopes of finishing first. But the manager, Manuel Pellegrini, admit it happen will not be easy.

City currently occupy the second position of the standings with a value of 61 of the 30 games. They are six points behind Chelsea at the top who has appeared 29 times.

By this time difference plus there is still potential widening distance, no less chance City judge has been difficult to retain the title. But Pellegrini did not want to throw the towel away.

In the calculations, with eight games left so there is still 24 points to be taken of the Citizens. Pellegrini hopes his team can earn full points throughout the game, before then see the results took them to finish where.

“If we want to reach the first position, we should not lose points again. It was easy to say, but it is not easy to do. We have to try to win the whole game now, until the end of the season,” he told a press conference that was quoted by the BBC.

In the same occasion, the Chilean manager also get questions about the plan to City next season. But the 61-year-old man refused to rush to talk about next season. The focus is just to the trip to the headquarters of the Crystal Palace, Tuesday (04/07/2015) pm dawn.

“Our plan is only to match Crystal Palace on Monday and we were not going to talk about next season. We’re just going to talk about the next game,” said he.