After 7 points from 3 away games is Roberto's way proving to be the right way for City?
I've been pretty critical of his tactics, especially his over reliance on 3 defensive midfielders and less attacking options. The team needed tightening up defensively but I wasn't keen on the fact that Mancini seemed to be over doing it.
Now after three good away results and six home games to come, where we look unbeatable, is Mancini proving me and the other doubters wrong? I think he might just be.