What the back pages say on Saturday, September 25: Adam Johnson warned over attitude by Roberto Mancini and Robert Green turns to priest for help

By Sportsmail Reporter


Harry Redknapp claims Arsene Wenger has been transformed from football's grand master into a raving nutcase by the intense pressure of 14 years in the English game. 

ALSO: Roberto Mancini says Chelsea will run away with the Premier League title - even if he can end their 100 per cent record today.  

The title's yours! Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini insists Chelsea are just too good for the rest


Adam Johnson has become the latest Manchester City player to receive a public warning from Roberto Mancini as the Italian tries to develop a stronger work ethic at Eastlands.

Word of warning: Manchester City's Adam Johnson (right)

Word of warning: Manchester City's Adam Johnson (right)

ALSO: Dimitar Berbatov has admitted there have been times at Manchester United when he has been plagued by self-doubt, the striker referring specifically to his 'dark moments' and the sense that he was not justifying his status as the most expensive player in the club's history.  


Roberto Mancini has attempted to pile the pressure on Chelsea before they face Manchester City today by claiming that the Barclays Premier League champions should retain the title easily this season.

ALSO: Arsene Wenger defended his transfer policy last night after Arsenal announced record profits that will be the envy of many of their rivals.  


Harry Redknapp yesterday branded Arsene Wenger a nutter.

ALSO: Roberto Mancini has written off Manchester City's title chances after just five games of the Premier League season.  


Petr Cech says if Chelsea win today's first big Premier League showdown of the season they could effectively end Manchester City's title challenge.

ALSO: Padraig Harrington is facing a race against time to restore his putting prowess before he plays in the Ryder Cup.  


Petr Cech insists Chelsea can kill off Manchester City's title dream today.

ALSO: Carlos Tevez says he was right to take on Roberto Mancini over Manchester City's tough training regime.  


Robert Green is turning to a priest for help and guidance before matches as he struggles to rebuild his confidence after his World Cup nightmare.

ALSO: Roberto Mancini has written off Manchester City's title chances, claiming Chelsea 'will win the Premier League easy'.  


Dimitar Berbatov has spoken of being haunted by the price tag which made him Manchester United's most expensive player and revealed the 'dark moments' which he has experienced amid his struggle to gain universal recognition at Old Trafford.

ALSO: Jenson Button conceded yesterday that his team-mate Lewis Hamilton has had the edge on him during his debut season at McLaren, but insists that he has made the changes to his qualifying set-up for tomorrow's Grand Prix that will enable him to match his title rival.  


Roberto Mancini's remark that Chelsea would win the Premier League 'easy' has seen the Manchester City manager accused of throwing in the title towel on the eve of the champions' visit to Eastlands today.

ALSO: Sir Alex Ferguson insists that Manchester United will continue to be cautious with the fitness of Owen Hargreaves, despite the 'surprising' physical improvement in the midfielder following his return to training.

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