Manchester City boss Mancini hits out at Hull fans over taunts aimed at Bridge

07 February 2010 08:59
Roberto Mancini lashed out at Hull City supporters for their treatment of Wayne Bridge during Manchester City's shock 2-1 defeat at the KC Stadium.[LNB]'They showed him no respect,' said the City manager. 'They should have shown more respect than they did. But he handled it well and he was OK after the game.' [LNB] More pain: Manchester City's Wayne Bridge holds his head after a heavy tackle[LNB]The former Chelsea player was taunted throughout the game by sections of the home crowd following the revelations that his ex-partner Vanessa Perroncel had an affair with his England team-mate John Terry.[LNB]Bridge returned to the City first team after three months out with a knee ligament injury. He was substituted after 85 minutes but Mancini was full of praise for the defender. [LNB]'He did very well. It has been a difficult 11 days for him but he played well and is going to be an important player in the future.[LNB]'He came off because he tired towards the end in his first game for a long time.'[LNB] MARTIN SAMUEL: Never mind morals, the sacking of John Terry was a stand for EnglandDES KELLY: Captain Chav John Terry is now England's Daddy FoolRolls-Royce Rio: He's the captain players respect, says Jamie Redknapp [LNB] [LNB]  

Source: Daily_Mail