You're missing the whole point. Just imagine a teenager who's been given the keys to the local sweet shop and the keys to a brand new Ferrari to get him there. It doesn't matter who bought the car, the important thing is who's driving it. Put that same teenager in a clapped out 50 year old Morris Minor 850 and the world is suddenly a safer place.
This is what's happened to Manuel. He's been left with the keys to the Ferrari and he's gone mad in it. All you have to do is study his teams at Villareal and Malaga to know the City you see today is NOT a typical Pellegrini team and set up. What's changed? The level of player at his disposal and the fact for the first time in his career he's been able to trade blows with the elite managers and their elite teams as an equal and he was hell bent on making his mark in this respect.
Whether he has control over which model of Ferrari he had bought for him is not the issue at stake here.
I am afraid it is you who is missing the point I was only taking issue with your saying he has loads of control not the resources point and I was very clear on the issue
Your changing from what you said originally which is that he has loads of resources and control to just loads of resources which we can both agree on except your still trying to argue with me. Seems like a bit of bad argument and a bit nasty to be honest
Also what about Real Madrid where he had loads of resources and did an decent job ?
Thank you and good bye