Wednesday links: Tottenham recap

MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 10: Joe Hart and Vincent Kompany (L) of Manchester City celebrate at the end of the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at the City of Manchester Stadium on May 10, 2011 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

A quick look around at some of the reaction to last night's victory over Tottenham, a result that assured City of Champions league qualification:

  • SBNation's Tottenham blog, Cartilage Free Captain, dissects the defeat. [CFC]
  • After achieving their target, Roberto Mancini believes City can now go on to rank amongst the greats in European football. [The Telegraph]
  • In the wake of the defeat, Harry Redknapp declared that City are 'still not better than us'. [The Telegraph]
  • Roberto Mancini has now challenged the side to make up the two point gap on Arsenal and snatched third spot. [MEN]
  • Stuart Brennan now thinks it is time for Roberto Mancini to let his side 'off the leash'. [MEN]
  • The victory has ignited transfer talk, with suggestions that Roberto Mancini wants to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovich this summer. [The Telegraph]
  • Or how about Cesc Fabregas? [metro.co.uk]
  • And finally, a message to 'all those who care'.... [downthekippaxsteps]


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