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Former Man City kit man says Mancini sacking was 'karma'

The former club employess claimed it was “hard work getting a ‘good morning’” from the Italian coach.

AN EX-MANCHESTER City kit man has launched a scathing attack on the club’s former manager, Roberto Mancini, claiming his sacking was “karma”.

Stephen Aziz, who now works for Sunderland, lambasted Mancini in a series of tweets, saying: “Arrogant, vain, self-centred no manners ignorant just some of the daily traits really made going into work a daily grind!! #karma”.”

He went on to describe how it was “hard work getting a ‘good morning’” from the coach, though he praised City in general, calling them “a great club to work for”.

h/t @bantr

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