Manchester City are on a high. They have been relieved by the injection of cash in the summer and City fans have witnessed some exciting football under new manager Sven-Goran Eriksson. Goal.com reports that the Swede is so glad to be at Eastlands that he is not thinking of letting the City job go for many, many years.
Goal.com quotes the former England national coach as saying:
I hope to stay here many years and passing football is the way we are going to play. To be manager at a big club in the Premier League makes me happy and I have settled in well at City. When I buy new players they will be players who play in that style, who want to pass the ball.
Well, all looks rosy for Man City. They are 7th in the league and do have a considerable chance of breaking into the top four. More players are likely to imported in January to strengthen the team and no wonder that Eriksson is not eager to run away from the blue half of Manchester.